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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1909)
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REAL ESTATE. Town residence from $4."i) to $3,000. Don't
nay rent any longer. You can own your own dwelling cheaper.
Let me show you somo good chances to acquire farms in Ne
braska, South and North Dakota, Missouri or Texas. FIKB
INSURANCE written in six of the best companies.
SURETY BONDS. Get your bond from the American Surety Co.
ACCIDENT INSURANCE. The risk of personal injury is 40
time as great aa that of losing your property by fire. Secure
a policy of the London (Jurantee and Accident Company and
be sure of an income whil vu are onable to work.
Independent phone 451.
A COUGH IS LIKE A MULE
You've got to cow it to get it to go. We hare a cold cure that will
dart the most stubborn cough going and quickly make it disappear entirely.
We have wilneued iu eSecUreoeti io hundreds of out tad guaran:ec thtf
it will (top your cough.ury f
CHERRY JVIC2 COUGH SYRUP
. , , I a ifcliglirful eouBl cute, ci'njy i!;.itrnt (ram Ae otj, Muwao'ni toujh rnnediet. Itt
d.iijlillij flavu nukn ii tv (ultuMo. and childirn nprciallr like U ttadily. Iirdmai ciwrl.t
im.nl.tdy anit aart urn throat and hoaneae. U it docaa'l Mop your couth brini ui bid
i.iecajxjf botile and well wturayaur money.' Threa popular ma, 25c., 60c. and $1.00.
F. Q FRIGKE 6c GO.
DRUOOISTS. EXPERT PILL MIXERS.
Our Coal is the best cool weather comfort
that you v,'ill be able to find in town. These
chilly full winds will soon turn into winter
and you will need the comfort that our coal
will give you. Uetter order early to avoid
disappointments when an extra
chilly day comes.
ii J. V. Egenberger
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Engine Explodes While Pulllnj
Train out of Lincoln.'
Engineer May Die as Result of
That Means Long Service
Here are some records of Keen Kuttcr Tool
service; Saw 20 years, Draw Knife 13 years,
Hatchet 32 years, Shears 17 years, Butcher Knife
20 years and 3.5 Saws have been sharpened with
one Keen Kutter slim taper file. The uniform
excellence of if
is shown by the fact that oyer 100,000 Keen
Kuttcr Draw Knives have been sold and never
one returned as defective. Keen Kutter Tools
liave been standard of America for 36 years, and
no better tools have ever been made. The Keen
Kuttcr trademark covers a complete hue of
tools and cutlery. Sold by
LINCOLN, Nov. 19. While en
gine No. 2010 was pulling a train out
of tin; Lincoln yards yesterday after
noon the boiler of the locomotive ex
ploded, killing the fireman, (.'. A
r t , 11 ii.i
iweecnam, latany wounded the engi
neer, George Tierce, and badly injured
Brakeman M. II. Upton.
The engine, one of the heavy freight
pullers employed on the fast trains,
was left almost a total wreck, but cars
immediately behind it were neither
damaged nor thrown from the track.
The heavy boiler was blowiuforward a
distance of 4().'l feet, striking the ground
three times before finally stopping near
the side of the track. In one place
where it struck the track it broke the
rail and drove a great hole in the
ground several feet. Persons who saw
the explosion from the Clooch mill de
clare that it reached a height if fifty
feet in its trip forward. The injector
was blown from the boiler and de
scribed an arc over the heads of the
section men working along the track,
landing 400 feet beyond where the
boiler finally stopped. Other parts of
the engine were found even greater
Engineer George A. Fierce was hurl
ed a distance of 80 feet to the north
west of the place where the explosion
occurred, while Brakcnian Upton was
hurled 50 feet.
Fireman Meccham was thrown di
rectly back onto the tank, his bones
crushed by the impact and his body
scalded by steam. He lived but a few
minutes, and neverre gained conscious
Died In Chicago.
Thomas A. Fay, the general store
keeper fot the Hurlington system,
passed away at his home in Chicago
Wednesday night. He had been in
poor health for some time. The store
keepers over the entire system will
probably attend his funeral Saturday.
Escape from Reservation and Hold
War Dance By Moonlight.
SQUAWS AND PAPOOSES
ENGAGE IN DANCE
Band from Omaha Reservation As
sists In Hullabaloodlum.
The editor of the Daily News this
morning sits in his office with fear and
trembling. List night while going
calmly to his supper he was rudely en
ticed away and before he knew it he
was in the midst of the greatest hulla
baloodium it was ever his experience
The editor likes music, therefore
when the sweet strains of beautiful
music arose from the top of the stairs
at Coates hall he began an investiga
tion and the resuly was most satis
factory. We arc in fear and trembling this
morning, not because we are afraid
that the Hedmen will caieh us again,
but for fear that they will not.
Candidly, the Ilcdnien ball at the
wigwam last night was a great success.
Those red fellows know what the peo
ple want and they gave it to them, too.
A largo crowd was in attendance and
a good time was had by everybody.
About ten o'clock the floor was clear
ed of the dancers and the Hedmenjbe
gan their war dance about the camp
fire. Then followed the moonlight
waltz participated in by red m'ii and
their squaws only. The lights were
turned out and the pale, blue moon cast
its artificial light on the scene while the
sweet strains of the Iledmen orchestra
from the Omaha reservation lent the
occasion much interest.
After that was over the room was
again cleared and the merry dance
went on. The receipts of the Wall were
very satisfactory to the Indians and
we await with pleasure their next
break from the reservation.
Roy Miles, now a resident of Cali
fornia but at one time a I'lattsniouth
boy, has been here lately on a visit
with old friends. He also vnited with
Frank Weidman at l'lainview. Mr.
Miles expects to return to his home in
a few days.
Corset style is noted in the extreme"
length of skirt. This completely en
cases the figure, but is unboned and
soft and absolutely comfortable, sitting,
standing or walking. These new D..
rectorie Styles define the waist, but do
not emphasize its curves; the emphasis
is on length the corsetted figure pre
senting an appearance of long unbroken
lines, as shown in this Warner Corset.
These corsets are guaranteed to wear
not to rust, break or tear. Warner's
standard of quality is so high that this
guarantee is almost superfluous.
Security Rubber Button Hose Sup
Price, per pair 1.00 to 5.00.
Every pair guaranteed.
and any 15c
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iv ; nil yj :
All persons knowing themselves to
be indebted to us in any sum arc re
quested to call and settle at once,
either by cash payment or by negotia
ble notes. Asemissen & dinger.
W. II. Freese, wife and their daugh
ters, Mrs. L. V. Copenhavcr, Mrs.
Don York and Miss Violet, spent
Saturday in Omaha.
Burlington Time Table.
KAST UOI NI).
C'liloaito Fast Train 7:53 a. in.
I.0011I to 'hlcuo. . . . ;.ii:.r,4 a. m.
Local to Pacillc Jet ...1:12 i. m.
Stub to racillc Jet 2:40 p. m.
('liicHKo fst train .V(H) p. m.
liOral from Omaha 0:25 p. m.
Arrlvi-K from l.iuivllk3 :H) p. m.
tul) from Omaha 4:00 p. m.
Ix)cal from Cedar Creek
and lyoiiisvlllo. 7:10 a. m.
Fast train fur Lincoln. . ,S:16 a. m
01 111 wniunn 1 ;;m p. m
..3:20 p. m'
December 15 We Close Our Store ani
The Goods Must Go
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I 1'aint, was $l.Oo, now per gauon
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now per gaiionn
ft YnS n
Commencing today and continuing until December loth, there Quick meal 1-inch oven, was $."(), now 40.50
will be something doing all the time in the hardware business in Platts- Mounted grind stone, was $(?."(), now 4.00
mouth. It is our intentention to discontinue business at this place Snow Ball washer, was $fi.f0, now 4.98
and remove to Dakota, and it is not our desire to take a dollar's worth Motor wash machine, was $10, now 7.50
of our big stock with us. In order to close it out completely we have Garden hose, was 12 l-2c, now 08
slashed prices right and left as you will readily see by looking over a Rolled rimmed porcelain lined 5 1-2 foot bath tub, was $19. .13.25
few of the quotations we present below. Remember that fll" C It S 1
This Sale Will Continue Only 30 Days.
Then all goods remaining unsold will he packed up and whipped. Run
your eye over these prices and then get busy. It is your time to buy
what you want at prices never before offered:
X V Paint, was $1.(50,
Faint brushes, were $1.40, now...
Paint brushes, were $1.00 now. ..
Carborundrum stones, were SI. 15, now
Carborundrum stones, were $1.00, now
No. 5 U. 8. Cream Separator, was $00, now
No. 7 U. S. Cream Separator, was $70, now
Remingto double barrel hammerless shotgun was $112.50.
Stevens double barrel hammerless shotgun, was $20
German Heater heating stove, was $32, now
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14-inch Splendid .heater, was $14, now 10.00
Moore's glass oven door range, was $58, now 46.00
. Owing to the fact that we are goifig out of business, we cannot
give credit. We want our friends to take advantage of the big bar
gains offered. We have quoted but a few articles. We would sug
gest that you call at our store and select what you want and wc will
give you prices that will astonish you for their cheapness. F.very ar
ticle in the big stock has been marked down to prices that should
peal to you.
Do You Want a Furnace?
We have four of the very best made which will be sold almost
at your own price. The furnaces arc absolutely guaranteed and are
Farmers, a Chance For You.
to buy wire fencing and anything else you may need on the farm
Come in antl look us over and you will find that the trip has made
you big money.
ASEMISSEN & KLINGER
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