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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1909)
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I would not take $50.00 for my
if I could not get another.
A woman's tribute
to the world-renowned
BISSELL. A trial of the
Bissell will make you regret the wasted en
ergy of years, the damage to fine carpets
and rugs in the use of the corn broom;
the damage to curtains, draperies, and
furniture through the clouds of dust
the corn broom stirs up; and last, but not
least, the iniurv to health in breath
ing a germ-laden dust that is all confined
within the case when you use the Bissell
Consider, too, the creat economy of the
Bissell, as it will outlast fifty corn brooms.
Full SAI.K 15V
E. GJ DOVEY & SON I
Miss Agnes Kennedy, Louisville
Discussion -Miss Noun Moreland, of
District No. :$.
Paper "How Hest to Help tin New
Teacher" Supt. John L. Sink, of
Discussion Supt. Walter IMvIkui, of
Paper "Kducational Value of Public
F.ntortainuients and Hox Socials"
Miss F.sthcr Larson, District No. 12.
1 :'() Singing.
Paper -"(lames anil Plays: Their
Value and Place in the School Room
Miss Daisy Johnson, District No.
Discussion Miss Mary K. Fisher,
District No. S3.
Paper 'Tse We May Make of Our
Picture Studv Hooks in Our School
Work"-Principal (I. W. Cheney,
Discussion Principal V. D. Cave,
Address Supt. F. S. Perdue, Dep
uty State Superintendent, Lincoln,
Cass County Teachers' Asso
ciation. The Cass County Teachers' asso
ciation will hold sessions Friday and
Saturday, December 10 and 11, at
Weeping Water. Teachers, school
officers and parents are cordially
invit'J to be present, the invitation
JUr, extended by Miss Mary roster,
F)iilay evening, tight o'clock, at
Lectun "Industrial rducation"
Dr. J. A. Hcattie, professor of Ed
ucation, (Joiner University, Heth
Stilurilm, Dir. 11, School Building.
1()::;0 Roll Call.
Paper "How to K ep the Little
Folks Profitably Employed"
Miss Mayme Hohain, (Ireenwood.
Discussion Miss Mildred Hart, of
HI. ranger has heen notified by
the chief of police to take down the
canvas advertising sign eitending
across the walk In front of his
place of business. Mr. Fangcr
wishes to announce that even if
the sign does come down he Is still
continuing his closing out sale.
On account of the almost Impas
sable c3ii(!i!ion of the roads the
people from outside points have
been unable to take advantage of
the big sale as much as they would
like and therefore the sale prom
ises to he long drawn out, owing
also to the fact that the stock is
so large. From now on there Is I
going to be something doing of an
extraordinary nature at the de
partment store. All Wooltcx suits
and cloaks must go and another
cut of a third oil has taken place.
This Is the chance the ladles
should avail themselves of, for
they may never again be given
such an opportunity to secure
high grade goods for so little cash.
41- (15- M. FANGER.
In Stock Now
26 BARGAINS 26
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany pe aa
Mourning at $0J.UU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany nn
Mounting at $ll.UU
1 Fin Brilliant Tiffany trt nn
Mounting at Jl.UU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany 11 aa
Mounting at . .'. .HI.UU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany a aa
Mounting at JU.UU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany ai aa
Mounting at $4.UU
3 Fine Brilliant Tiffany n rn
Mounting at each. . yJ. oi
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany aa
Mounting at .. . fll.UU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany aa
Mounting at $l.UU
2 Fine Brilliant Tiffany aa aa
Mounting at each. . .yfaU.UU
3 Fine Brilliant Tiffany r aa
Mounting at each. . . yl J.vU
7 Fine Brilliant Tiffany aa
Mounting at each. . . v Ifa.UU
2 Fine Brilliant Tiffany ia aa
Mounting at each. . .ylU.UU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany r aa
Mounting at J.UU
J. VV. CRABILL
Watchmaker and Jeweler
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector.
For quick sales of farms write to or
Paper "Kinds of Reading Matter for ; see Harry Smith, Plattsmouth, Neb.,
Seventh and Eighth (Initios" i R. F. 1). No. 2. 02-4
Nelson Jones Dead.
Nelson Jones passed away Friday
morning at S o'clock, aged years.
Mr. Jones was operated on in a hos
pital in Omaha recently and has since
been gradually failing. The deceased
was born in Mills County, Iowa,
October 5, 1 S7 1 , and died December 3,
HI0O. He was married to Mrs. Mary
Anthony, who survives him with
their two daughters, Miss Ethel nged
15 years, and Miss Alineda, aged 12
years. He is also survived by his
parents nnd three brothers, Jacob,
Clyder and Robert, and six h'isUth,
Mrs. Lincoln Denson, Mrs. Jack
Denson, Miss Agatha Jones and Miss
The funeral services will probably
c held Sunday afternoon.
We have Rubber Boots for all
Good Boots, that were made
by reputable makers.
The sort of Boots we can guar
antee to do all that can be ex
pected of them.
Low Cut Boots and Hip Boots.
The fisherman and the hunter
can find heie the sort of Boots
We have, also, a complete line
of Rubber Boots for women, for
boys and for girls.
We can fill and Rubber Boot
want that confronts anybody.
Fetzer's Shoe Store
Alvln PVrrtu ili.r.-tiiliini ,ikt .. 1....
oil tin- fourth duy ut AuKiixi. Ittny ,V!:i l-v rW
lllullll iff fllivt llp IM.IilL.i. I.. ... .1 ...I...
tif t 'luuiruuiity. Nrliru-ka, Mjiiiki (. ,,- ,-
iiiii. iiii'iiiiin i mill liruvcrin fllcli Utnu I i ll
ilccrwi uf tlivuirti 'mm lu IhmhIi nf in.iirl
iiiony, mill fur the riiMiMly ,.f dor diili'rcn. in-it-
Kthi'l t'lmruiul M.ti... ....1 ... ..1.
oilier relief a cilllly inuy r-ilirv
Von n rtsinln-il to uitiwrr mill pctltiiin on
or In fore the litith day nf m-eeiiiln r emu
. . AiU Ferris.
Ily her Attorney, M An tier
All persons knotting themselves
Indebted to us In any sum are re
quested to call and Mttle at onre,
either by cash payment or by ne
115-41- Asemlsft-a A l.lii.otr.
l-tt.AL NO I Mr.
SlHte of Nelru.Nkit.
. unly Court
f utility of 'ium.
In t innlter of llit estiite of Zor.ih W. Cole.
To nil ihtkoii IntrnwUil
Von art herehv iiniin.il thm. il,..r.. uni
twi a heariiiK Hl"iii Hie lluul report of Hie ml
niliilMrntor of (lie alHivc exl.ite anil his peti
tion for lluul wtl lenient Ix'fon' this 101111 in
the enmity court room at I'litttsmoiiih In
siiiil eoniily, on the With d.v of Deieinlier.
1 '.nn-. 111 11 o i'iim'k a 111.
Thill nil oil Ms-lli mi if am miisl lie tlliwl
on or liefore sulil iliiy unil (u'nir of lnMirliiK.
wniiem my I1.1111I ami Hie km of suiil
i-oiirt thin 1st iy of DistiijImt. Ilil'.l
IMVM.), AI.I.KN J IIKKHON.
n futility .luiluiv
I Big Hard
At the Big Store Of
Is attracting the attention of the entire county and the farmers are travel
ing through the mud to get to it.
Here are a few prices to show you how we are selling carpenter tools.
12 inch, 50c now
SI. 65 now
$1 20 f' C now
9 inch, 35c now
a great many other tools such as Augers, Chisels, Files, Squares and Ham
mers, also garden Rakes, Hoes, Shovels, Spades and Scoops.
A. Few Xm as Suggestions
Sksinfbts 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
Former price from $1.00 to $4.50.
Carving Sets $6.50, now $C 0 $5.00, now O1 m $2.75, now $100
at.. at yit.Hco at i.
Eve r Ready Fla sh Li rhin $1 A ft
at only yJi. vt'
A b:j: line of Pocket Knives, Kazors and Shears at extra low prices. Tabic
Cnttery, also Food Choppers nnd many useful articles at prices that will
T' . ...s . ,.s. ... ,vi . .. rcol.' ? ' 1 n t .- c
.v. Y7ood Xiv-ri ic. tijo
co only and i? beh:' schl vX r:y dcvn pri(;i-s.
Stule of NtibraNku.
HN. In County t'uiirt.
lu the mutter nf I lie mUtir (if .fm'.ili F. Sli'D
Notlee In hereliy kIviiii tlml tlitt creilitnrs of
kuIiI tlei'eiimsl will meet Die Mlinlnistriilriv (if
uld ttut., hefdrp iiin, 'limit v Jnile (if ( dsn
I'oiinty. Nelirankit. ut llu ( kunity Court r n
In I'lut lniiiiMl In milil IViiiniy, nn iho I ltd
luy of lieecnilier. ItitHi, Ami nn the Dili ilay
nf Jlllin. Illlll. l l ri ln-k H ill , em h duv fur
tin' iiiirpnw nf pnixemiim ilieir eluliiM for ex
ainliiutlnil .mljiiNtnieiil aiul ulkiwinnv
Hli inniitliH tni Hllnwixl for
Rttlil ileretiMHl Ut inwe.t Minlr rlRlnw, iiml oiib
yriir inr nil- uiinlnlNlrnUii.Ki yetilc mild usluU),
frnin llm lltli duy of UtKimher, Hum.
n iinewi niv niinii turn thr wmU nf milil Comi
ty Court, at fluHmiiniiih. N.itinml.u ihu i uli
luy of Nnvciniier, I'.KM
Bl-H Allen .1. Itwinn,
IHKAli.J kmnty JmlKe.
WANTED -Woman to do lnundry
work. Good wages, apply at once at
WANTED-Youiik men and women to
fill positions paying $'.100 to $2000 per
annum. Itig demand for stenograph
ers in the Government service, as
well as in private business life. Our
new method of teaching shorthand
by mail insures as thorough and
practical a training at your own home
as is obtainable by personal attend
ance at any business college in the
country. We gunrantee success.
Complete course for small cash pay
ment; balance to be paid when you
secure a position. Trial lesson free.
Central Husiness Institute, Central
Building, Washington, D. C.
FOR SALE CHEAP-At Smith's barn,
Pliittsmouth, Neb., a new carriage.
Lady owning same has quit keeping a
horse. It must sill. sw-tf
A. L. TIDD
Hank of Eagle, Eagle.
Nchawka Hunk, Nehawka.
Hank of M unlock, Murdock.
State bank of Murray, Murray. 4
First Nat'l bank, I'lattsmouth T
All persons knowing themselves tti
lie iniltlitetl in any amount to M.
I'nnger :tre retiiented to c:ill tintl settle
at oiue. All jiersnns having bills
against me are requested to present
same ami get their money.
As is well known 1 am closing out
my business ami am anxious to close
ii) nil outstanding accounts. In tht
past I have never crowded any person
for payment, but now it is absolutely
necessary that all bills due me be
paid promptly. All bills rciiiainini:
unpaid when my business has been
eloesd out will be placet! in the hands
of a collection tig'ncy. That means
additional costs :tnd I hope I shall
not be called upon to take this means
to collect what is tine me.
CAN'T 15 R SEPARATED.
On sale every first and third
Tuesday in each month to every
part of the Southwest.
Hugh Norton, Apent.
Do vtiii want an
If you do, get one who has
Experience, Ability, Judgement
Rome VI)'1 ,ru t!i People Hate
f.tnr.itt! f;m to it
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