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EVERY YEAR YOU RUN A CHOPIE GASOLINE ENGINE!
This is what you can do with a Chopie, and get more power on one-half
the gasoline, as compared with other makes. The wise, money-making man
now-a-days profits by the experience of others.
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You arc paying 17 cents for your gasoline. Say you pay
$150.00 or more for a six horse power gasoline engine, (other
makes) and run it for 300 days, which is not very long. The
price of a 6-horse power Chopie is $275.00. The Chopie will
save you $175.00"to $210.00 in gasoline every 300 days you
run it. Now you pay $150.00 for that cheap engine, add the
saving of $210, which the Chopie will save you, which makes
your cheap engine cost you $3G0.00 at the end of 300 days.
Say you are in the dairy business, and you have two
cows that give the same grade of 'milk, but one gives twice
as much milk as the other. Now tell me which is the money
maker for you or money in your pocket. Plain to be seen.
THE CHOPIE GASOLINE ENGINES
are all constructed of the best material obtainable and built by the best workmanship to he secured.
The chilled cylinder, found only in the Chopie, will outwear three or four ordinary cylinders, be
cause other cylinders are soft iron and will not wear as long or stand up to the test to which they
Now this is the proposition I have to make you:
You take a 2 H, 4, 6 or 10-horse power Chopie engine, run it twenty days free trial, and if it
does not come up to these statements send it back and it will not cost you a cent. What could be
a fairer proposition ?
Furthermore, I agree to replace free of charge all defects in machinery or workmanship for
the period of one year. Also guarantee them to develop the actual horse power at which they are
rated, and on one-half gallon gasoline to the horse power used.
1 invite you to visit the factory and see for yourself where all the parts are made.
The Chopie Gasoline Engine Factory
Governor ol New Jersey Predicts
Kew Reform Era.
NEITHER PARTY HAS MONOPOLY
WARNING Be careful, loys; anJ don't take up Chopie's proposition on a gasoline engine, as
it will do more than Chopie claims for it, and the engine will be yours.
NEWS-HERALD, FRIBBLE BROS.
Kind Friend I semi I wo Del
phi papers containing a notion
of Mr. Simpson's ileal h. They
mailt' a mistake regard ing his go
inir from Mineral Point, Wis., at
... -r 1 whk-h place lie spent part of his
VVIIOUI VI wvmi . . , .
TRE LATE JOHN DEAN
SIMPSON. A FORMER CITIZEN
D. Simpson, Deceased, Cor
rects Some Mistakes.
John Dean Simpson, who lived
here in the, early 50s and later
moved lo Mineral Point, Wiscon
sin, and from (here to I'latts
fnoutli, Nebraska, died at his
daughter's residence in Chicago
yesterday, ape 85 years. The re
mains will he brought here to
morrow for burial. He leaves a
widow, Catherine Klepser Simp
son, and two daughters, Mrs.
Isaac Kaliskc of Chieauo, and Mrs.
A. A. Clendeiiii! of Oary.
J. D. Simpson was a brother of
Matthew Simpson. Delphi (In
diana) Daily Herald.
Mrs. Slmpson'3 Letter.
The following is Mrs. Simp
son's letter to Hie Journal, dated
flary, Indiana, May i. DM I.
boyhood days. His parents moved
from Huntington, Pa. (where he
was born), when about 11 years
old. He settled in Delphi, Ind.,
m tne inner pari oi tne .in s ami
in the iO's be spent some time at
Mineral Point, Wis., returning to
Delphi, where he remained un
til 1855, at which lime he went to
Nebraska, locating at l'latts
moiilh, where we both spent most
of our lifetime. He spending bis
time in a mercantile way. In the
early days of Plattsmoulh he was
agent for a steamboat line of
business plying between St. Louis
and Omaha, and was employed
many, many years (twenty years I
think), as express agent, always
employed in progressive lines for
the betterment of Plattsmoulh.
We were married in 1853. He
is now lyiup peacefully near the
graves of his mother and
dear relatives. I wanted you to
see the notice of his passing on
into his future life and wanted tq
correct mistakes in the papers
sent you. Respectfully,
A telephone message from
Laura I). Fellows last Sunday
says that her mother is now able
to dress herself and walks sona
the corridors ol the hospital un
assisted, and that it is their in
tention to start for home over the
Hurlinplon on Monday morn inp at
7:115. They will be met' at. Dead
wood and it is to be hoped I bat
nothing will occur In prevent
t heir safe arrival home on I he
evening of the. day mentioned.
Belle Fourche (S. D.) Northwest
Harry Todd and wife motored In
from their farm near Murray to
this city last evening ami took the
young folks, who are attending
the Plattsmouth schools, home
otherj for Sunday.
will soon be ready to cut; and you will need to
sharpen your old sickle. This grinder if furnished
with a carboundum cone fore grinding sickles.
Carboundum is 26 times faster than ordinary
grinding. The machine is also equipped with a disc n
harrow and plow coulter attachment, and in addi
tion to these it has a stone for grinding all ordinary
tools and a wheel for polishing. These machines
can be seen at
Both Republican and Democratic Or
ganization Already Well Represent
ed In Work Declares Judge Should
Not Be Recalled.
Kansas City, Mny 6. VVnodrow Wil
ton, goverr- ir of New Jersey, in a
speech before the Knife and Fork club
of this city, declared that a new polit
ical era, promising much for the wel
fare of the nation, is now upon the
American people. This movement Is
one of r"fonn, marked by a process of
restoration, rather than that of revolu
tion, he said.
The work of reforming present con
ditions Is confined to neither political
party, the speaker said, both parties
beiiiK well represented In the efforts
at reform as' well ns in tho construc
tive tactics of ronctlcuai Icy.
The Democratic parly Is not so
closely allied with the reactionary
forces, "tl;i 'ntcrests," as is the Re
publican party, said the governor, and
thereinto, he said, the Democratic
party is better able to serve the peo
ple in the "process of re.-toration."
Great care "hould be taken In tlu
selection of party b ail ts, the speaker
urged. The processes of the present
reform movement are fundamentally
conservative. Therefore excitement
should be avoided and demagogues si
lenced. The New Jersey executive said the
Initiative and referendum in the field
of legislation and tho recall In the
field of administration fro Intended to
restore representative government.
But the recall should not apply to
Judges, who neither make nor admin
ister the InwB, but only Interpret
The presence of Governor Herbert
8. Hadley of Missouri adued Interest
to tho occasion. Doth state executives
were referred to durlnn tho evening
as presidential possibilities In 1912.
Governor Wilson's speech here was
the first to be delivered during bis
TWO M'NAMARAS ARRAIGNED
Given Until June 1 to Enter Plea on
l.os Angeles, Cal., May 6. John J.
McNamara, secretary of the Interna
tional Assoi latlon of Bridge and Struc
tural Iron Workers, was formally ar
raigned before Judge Walter ISordwell
of the superior court on charges of
murder and dynamiting, and his broth
er, James 11. McNamara, was arraigned
on a charge of murder, all In connec
tion with the explosion which wrecked
the Los Angeles Times on Oct. 1 last
and killed twenty-one men.
Ortle IS. McManigal, alleged to have
made the confession Implicating tne
McNninaras, was not arraigned and is
not expected to make any appearance
In court until the trial begins. The
tlav for the McNamaras to plead was
fixed for June 1.
Assistant District Attorney Ford
read all the nineteen Indictments,
charging them with the murder of em
ployees of tho Times plant. Accused
with the brothers In the indictments
were William Caplan, alleged to have
been an assistant of .lame B. McNa
mara In the explosion, and four others,
one a woman, who were masked by
the names of "John Doe," "Richard
Roe," "John Stiles" and "Jane Doe.'
The accusation was followed by a
list of the scores of witnesses exam
Ined by the grand Jurors in the weeks
following the Times disaster and with
the late addition of Ortle R McMan
Igal, the alleged confessed dynamiter.
SAYS D1ETZ FIRED SHOTS
Member of Poe Testifle In Trial of
Defender of Cameron Dam.
Ilayward, Wis., May 6. In the trial
of John Dletz. charged with the min
der of Oscar Mai n, Theodore Surdson
of Rice Lake, was the first witness
Mi was standing at the edge of the
woods at Cameron dam during the ex
change of shots between Inmates of
the Dietjs cabin and officers who laid
siege to Dicta's stronghold.
Surdson testified he saw John Diet
come out of the cabin and fire four
shots while Leslie was running In
during the fusillade.
Roland Arkley, a deputy who was
with Ham. Poinenlo and McWhorter
during tho siege of the Dletz cabin
aid he heard three rr noils from the
harn and saw three deputies get up
and run, leaving a dark object behind
Labor Official Is Arretted.
Danville, 111.. May (5. Jack Welch
secretary of the local miners' union
was arrested on a charge of forgery
ll is alleged that he forged the names
of officers of the union to miners
rards. More than 3')d of these cards
are sab! to have been counterfeltei
and sold to Inexperienced miners.
WAGON AND IMPLEMENT PAINT
will save your wagons and implements
by keeping them in good condition and
making them last the longest possible
time. Brushes out easily, covers well,
and dries with a rich oil gloss. Very
permanent in color and durability.
Handsome colors to select from.
F. G. FRICKE & CO.,
-Drugs, Paints and Kinds of Oils for Machinery-
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THE HARDWARE MAN
Two Old Picture Seized.
New York, May fi. Carlo Dl Polio-
glo, said to be an Italian nobleuinn
was arrested by I'nlted States Mar
chal llenkel on the charge of having
smuggled Into this country two old
palnllngs, "The Holy Father," bv Del
Baito, and tho 'Vision of St. Hubeit
The Cor.ipHiiy Which Broke the
RecoicI Rt the Omaha Gayety
Last Fall is Home Again.
Here mines Hie daddy of tlieni
all, Hob Mancliesler's famous
'Cracker Jacks" company, new in
its entirety except Hie name, and
Hie, latter is Hie best criterion.
from the fact that in the clevent
years of its existence the show
has always lieen the best of its
kind; but this season Mr. Man
chester has uiven a Inilv great
show, in which will be seen
thirty-four people, with a chorus
of twenty-two pretty, fasrinal inir
Kirls who are experts in siimiiiK,
danciiiK and poses. The company
introduces live raiding comedi
ans, headed by the lillle funnv
fellow, Johnny Jess, who is a
whole show in himself; he has as
assistants John Williams. Frank
Ilarcourl, Will Jlrooks ami Frank
Fanning, four well known fun
inakers, and all local favorites.
The llrsl parly opens with an
amusing melange of comedy en
titled "The Trial Marriage," one
of Hie most ridiculous ami laugh
able comedies seen in many a day,
in which two of the foremost ex
travaganza stars on I he stage
take part- Huby f.eoni, the Model
Venus, ami Mollie Williams, the
impersonator of Anna Held. The
olio of specialties is picked from
the very best that vaudeville sup
plies, among the, numbers being
the great I'.uropean novelty. Hie
Five I'erescollls Family, introduc
ing one nt the most deliKhlful ami
pxciling juggling acts before the
public. Another number which Is
a novelty and will undoubtedly be
talked about, is furnished by Mo
lie Williams and company in a
spectacular diverl issineul entitled
"I.e Dance Du Kill icement ;" mid a
riot of fun is promised in the con
Iribution of Wililams and Drunks,
the well known singers, dancers
The closing skit is called "laf
fytlils," a satire on New York's
latest hils, and introduces all the
latest musical numbers that will
be whistled all over the country.
The entire company will be seen
in this and some stunning cos
tumes will be on view. One of the
features will be Mollie Williams,
who will gie her original im
personations of Anna Held, ami
another favorite who will be seen
to advantage will be the fascinat
ing southern soubrelle, I.illie
Vcdder, while the twenty-two cun
ning lillle chorus girls will aid
the others in all manner of fun
When you see Hie "Cracker
Jacks" you see a show dial Is
worlh seeing and out! that you
will not soon forget. The com
pany returns with its cast intact,
not a change having been made
since tin? company played to
rapacity al Ihe'tiayely for a week
last September. F.very Omaha
paper indorses the performance
in the very hiphest terms.
I'min Paltirclay'it Dally.
The Journal people were
pleased to meet today Hon. J. W.
Meh'issick, a member of the
present legislature from Oage
county. Mr. McKissick is the, first
democratic member of the legis
lature, that has been elected in
lo, Ihese many years, from (lage
county, lie is an accomplished
gentleman and his record in tho
legislature is us clear as crystal.
It Is Claimed Injured Man Was
Accidentally Shot by His Com
panion and Neighbor.
An accidental lniitliiig alV.iir
occurretl in .Woca lal rsil unlay
evening, or rather Sunday morn
ing, in which one of Hie pralieip
ants was ijuile seriously injured,
if not fatally. Th
uected with the
named Hose, have
e parties coti
all'air, I .mi i s
a young man
been Hie very
best of friends all their lives, re
siding between Avoca and Herlin,
and were in attendance at a dance
being held in Avoca. The two
young friends had occasion to go
out upon the sired, ami in pass
ing along young Hose pulled a
small L'L'-calibre revolver from his
pocket and playfully snapped Hid
trigger, of course thinning it was
not loaded, lie placed the weapon
but an inch or two from youiur
Speai house's eye and snapped it
again, when one of the supposed
empty chambers was discharged
ami the ball entered the oung
man's head at Hie eye.
The sad atl'air occurred about 2
o'clock Sunday' morning, and lr.
Hrendef was immediately called
and dressed the wound sullicienlly
for the patient's removal to Hie
hospital. Ily the automobile nnilo
the doctor look Hie young man lo
Murray, where they took the early
M. 1. train for Omaha. There Hie
young man's eye was removed and
every ell'orl, to locale I lie bullet
was made, which proved .futile,
and the X-ray was resorted to
some lime during yesterday. Tim
young man's face aboiil the eya
was pretty badly burned, but
should no infectious troubles de
velop and I he surgeons succeed in
locating the bullet he will no
doubt recover nicely, with the loss
of one eye.
The young men, ngcil 10 ami I'D
years, were reared in dial locality
nnd their parents are well-lo-do
fierinans, bearing the highest re
spect of all their neighbors and
friends, ami there is mi iiieslioii
as to the atl'air being purely ac
cidental. Should the result pmvo
fatal it will surely be a most
severe blow to young Host'.
Try the journal's v. nit ra comma.
Tell Splendid Cur for Them
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ttage when It (trow Inward and pris
ts on the uervss, causing Intense pain.
Callouses never cure themselves but
always got worse, sometimes Irritating
the whole nervous system. The follow
ing Is a most effective and
speedy cure "Dissolve two
tsblespoonfuls of Caloclde
In a basin of hot water.
Soak the feet In this for
full fifteen minutes, gently
niasHSKlng the sore parts.
(Less time will not Rive the
desired results.) The sore
ness will disappear Imme
diately and the callous can be emlly
peeled oft. Hepeat this for several
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Uunions, corns and Ingrowing nails get
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