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Tih Set of
The South Bend Mai laable
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er. Pudding Pan P
and Stew Kettle. I
The laree bot- f
Covit1os9 DuasliT 4m ni... . , Nn. t
His a l .ii'iitL'il i-miwiI win- ' , ' -
Ciivo tMl'T mm water-
well wliu-li supply me stamped stew pot The piece which aeta
rr.-iiiirr;:.. nt.i n. .v.sary in it to , lra heavy .tamped Pud
fur p.-r:.'t roastmit and .. . . , .
climiiiati! all tint ohjco ""K ' an. wun noies urouna mo up jur
Uuusul ifilmior meuious. itcununi:, when it U used in that capa
city. Thia veSBel ia equipped with
heavy tin "New Kink" Pot Cover.
18 ot. Copper
plated Komi Tea
Kettle, heavily tin
ned on inside.
Lnrce, Maslin Kettle
for alewiiiK, equipped
with a heavy tinned
"New Kink" Pot Cover.
Two Patent Anti-
Burn Drip Pane, 9" -!
x 18", madeespe- J
ciully for this set.
ree P atent
Pan. 14 1-2" x 20",
mode especially for
Two large cloaeta,
with aanitary drop
f umiak J ln7'm fT.ri
lev.- J;ti, i S M Ti
Ud ree- kjtarJ WmuJ I
erroir, ( .
or one rn.-vwiij,r.w. mJ
with top TjU '? ' if" if
Buh L&-. '! J ;rf
w.thtop fcv Willi 'Sf l'-ivl
ofr.nM , , M
SiTITV' Mla7T;T Fifteen
Under ash-pan lining of aiibestoa for floor Insulation,
14-oz. C op-
per Handsomely Nickel -plated 5 -pint
Krnni Coffee Pot, heavily tinned on inside.
HI 1 J I ' W-
"Uncle Kli in 1 siruigm .mu
Key. W. A. Taylor iinajiiiu'tl hf
had succi'ssfully conccalcil the
fact that Tuesday was his i-M
hiilh.lay, lml when he called for
his mail he discovered his mis
take, for the hi? hunch of hand
some birthday cards he received
reminded him that his friends
knew and remembered.
Mrs. Mary Allison departed "i
MmihImv for TYcilMseh to visit a
dauubler who resides in that city,
i She was accompanied bv another
'of her daughters, Mrs. Charles S.
i Stone, of Yampa, Colo., who visit
ed several weeks in this county,
. Mrs. Stone yoinu from Tecumseh
. i i..
In Her home in i.ninr,!
II, IF. Ueed and family, who bad
char.iv of tin' hotel here for three
weeks, threw up the sponge" on
Tuesday and left for Syracuse to
invest inate a business opening in
that town. I'd I. each bobbed up
a;aiu as landlord al "We-ot-a"
and is niiain showiiiLr that the
bulel is a navintr proposil ion.
W. II. Crawford and Will Xiday
arrived Monday iiilil from Cole
ridge to make a isil with rela
tives and numerous friends in
F'ltion and vicinity. They look
udoil to us, for we are always
plad to meet the "boys" who have
moved away from here, and to
n .i - : i .. il...:..
learn ot i neir prospers m i m-n
ilii fmm f lour!
- that you have, whether il he pump
j feed, makini! electric lights, etc., the
taking the place of any other power
cropi pr iipQ
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.J. F.eailer-F.chn. !
Mrs. John lehlerkiiirT of Atkin
son came in yesterday to visit,
wil.li friends anil relatives.
Cliarle liekson of )es Moines
visited over Sunday with his
mother. Mrs. . W. Hicksoii, and
Mr. mid Mrs. Ralph Kecklcr,
son, llichard, and Mrs. Sid Keck
er, of Louisville were in town
(ieorKe P'rishec and family
vi.siled the Henry Krisbee family
at. Raymond, and Charles MeUin
and family al Fremont, the fore
jmrt of I he week.
Mrs. .1. K. hicksou of Collins,
Iowa, and Mrs. Frank Dickson of
I'lallsiiHMilh attended the funeral
of Mrs. Slapely last week.
County Attorney Howard Saxlon
of Thurslon county was in the
:ily a couple of days last week
visit iimr his parents and nllendin
to tttisiness matters.
(irandpa and (iramlma Davis
ani rejoiciui.' over the arrival of n
buliy boy al their house yester
day al 1 o'clock p. in., Mr. and
Mrs. (luy Adems beiiiK the hapiy
parents. Regular services will be
hold at the church next Sunday
A. M. Ferguson will leave the
first of next, week for New York
to accompany his brother back to
Klinwood. The latter claims that
the, climate there does not agree
with him; thai he feels much bet
tor nnd will be glad to take up Fits
abode with us again.
C. (I. Shreve and A. M. Fergu
son returned from Texas Wednes
day evening. Itotli gentlemen
imn based lot in the new town of
Sea Drift on the coast, and a llve
aore tract in the near vicinity
thereto. Mr. Shreve expects to
move to bis new possession some
time before next fall. Mr. Fer
guson will build a winter cottage
on his Sea Drift lot.
The A. (I. V. W. lodge elected
officers Wednesday evening for
the eusufng term, as follows: I'.
M. W., Henry Irons; M. W C. (5.
llailey; foreman, James Turk;
overseer, J. It. Iloyce; recorder
K 'I'. Comer; financier, l.ouis W,
Roe) Igor; treasurer, William
Deles-Dernier; guide, Albert
Thiol; I. W C. D. Clapp; O. V.,
II. A. ltragg; trustee for three
years, Henry Irons.
Cured In Her Own Homo Town.
Kearney, Neb. Mrs. Hello llar-
lan, i :i I H 81 h Ave., tells the way
for her ftdlow townsmen to be
cured of their kidney and bladder
ailments, as she was cured. "I
had a severe attack of kidney
trouble when F heard of Foley
Kidney Hills and took them. I
had n severe pain across my back
and fell, miserable and all playei
out, hut afler taking Foley Kidney
I'ills the iain left my back and I
fe t greatly unproved ami once
more full of life. Today I am glm
to sav I am free from kidney
trouble and gladly rceoi end
J'olev Kidney I'ills to all who suf
fer. as lliev cured me." For sale
Arthur Caddy was t year old on
Thursday of lasl week, and one of
bis bil l Inlay presents was a bank
account in the Hank of F.agle.
C. II. Welenkamp, sr. v departed
the tlrsl of the week for (irand
Island, where he will spend about,
two weeks visiting with relatives.
Miss Agnes Kennedy, graiumar
teacher in the hagle schools, was
called lo Wabash Wednesday
morning to attend the funeral of a
James A. Talkinglon of Sur
prise came in l uesiiay aileruoon
to look after some property ho
owns here, and made a short visit
with the editor and family.
August, Hergnian departed
Wednesday noon for Kansas City,
where he will spend several days
reviewing the horse market, after
which he will go to Texas.
Henry Wilford Wachler, 18
I'oler Opp. The two ladies came
across the Atlantic together from
(iermauv thirty-live years ago and
hail in t seen each oilier since.
Mrs. Seise relurned to her home
yesterday accompanied by Mrs.
Opp as far as IMallsmoulh.
The Missouri Pacific depot was
entered .some time Friday night
and four cans of peaches, a few
crackers and an 8'.)-cent revolver
taken. The money drawer was
broken open, but the conlenls,
about a dollar s worth of pennies
and some stamps, were not,
molested. I'.viileiitly it was the
work of Iramps and they wanted
something to eat.
Clark Tavlor, who has been
working for some lime, was un
fortunate enough lo get a collide
of ribs broken Tuesday morning
while helping grade the extension
to Ihe cold storage switch. Ho
was helping handle one of Ihe
w heel scrapers and w as si ruck
wit hlbe "Johnson" bar. The in
jury was ipiite painful and will
Kidnay Troubles Attack Platts
rr.cuth TP.cn and Women, Old
Kidney ills seize young ami old.
Come tpiiekly willi little warn
ing. Children MilTcr in Iheir early
Can't control the kidney secretions.
i lii'ls an
Is Yci"- Plainly Scon to He a (iasoline I'.ngine
.No matter what the work i:
ing water, sawing wood, grin ill in
gasoline eugiii" is very rapidly
tor t his class of work.
We don 1 believe It ere i.; ,i person iii this community that would
.end aw; v fer ai: i ngine. IT be didn't think lie could save money. You
will certainly have no I could" in timling a cheap engine if price is
wiia! ou are looking for, ami ;! you will look them over carefully,
Ink" note o the few piece.-- thai they put on them to operate the me
chanism, o;i c;ui very plainly see why they are cheaper. The fact is,
if they piii more part.-' u their engine they certainly would have to
get mine money. Tin re is im patent on the device of simplicity (as
il is so called , on cheap ent ines. il is jul simply making an engine
jus! a.-- cheap as possible in order to undersell his competilor. If
you ever have a,i opportunily ju.-l lake a look al the machine shops,
railroads, large power plants, etc., and see if you can find any cheap
grades of engines in their use. They certainly ought lo be good
judges of engines.
We are agents in Ilii- par! of the county fur l-'a irbans-Morso
eiuiiies and would only be lm. glad to show von the ililVerence be
tween llii-; i ngine and any engine of inferior make and cheaper price
and show von where Ibev make the dillerence in price.
I bis i ngine can be bad in any horse-power from I II. P. lo 500
II. P., and upi ighl or bore, ontal. and can also be had lo burn any kind
ni' fuel, Mich as illuminating gas, natural gas, kerosene, naplha,
giisoln ". e!c.
I'.el'oie von fully uecii e o buy you had better see Ihe Fairbans
Morse ; ; iiit if Mm don't tbmk il belter than the re-l, we cannot Ihen
exii.'el v o.i to lm v 1 1: i ma ke.
e cal alogue and prices.
Write i r cal! for a (':-
languid, nervous, suf
vvorry, can't do daily
have lame and aching
curt; for man, woman or
t3 y j
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il i I, i il i J it II I I till MM il line .
months and 15 days old, son of ' , ., .,,,,
.Ill, aiHI, lI I ? . lieiMfi' i ii' I'i'Mi
left Monday evening for Now York
Mr. and Mrs. Fd Wachler, died al.
7 :.'( p. in. on Thursday evening
of last, week, afler an illness of
only live days.
Lesley NA'nlch went lo Omaha on
Monday to visit his father, who is
taking treatment for his eyes at
Ihe hospital. Reports from there
say that ho may lose his sight,
but, his many friends hope that
such may not he the case.
Another big deal was made on
Thursday of last week, when Aug
ust Hergnian traded ?r head of
hogs and an automobile for 320
acres nf land in Sherman county,
Kansas, The deal was made
through A. 1,. McDonald.
lo cure Ihe cause Ihe
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sick
Have brought relief lo Plat I s
Plallsnmuth testimony proves
J. F,. McKinney, Lincoln Ave.,
Plaltsmoulh, Neb., says: "Doan's!
Kidney Pills, procured at Rynott,
& Co.'s Drug Store, have boon
used in my family and have
brought prompt relief from kid
ney disorders afler other rem
edies have failed. In lfOli I pub
licly recommended Doan's Kidney
Pills for the benelll of other kid
ney sufferers, and al Ibis time f!
have no reason whatever to with
draw one word from that slate
l or sale bv all dealers. Price
50 rents. Foslor-Milburn Co.,
HulTalo, Now York, sole agents for
the United Slates.
Remember the name Doan's
Charles Feter and wife have
gone to Wisconsin for an extended
visit with relatives.
Miss Alice Slander has been
seriously ill with tonsilitis, but is
mending al present.
Charles Housel of Chicago, who
has been viisting hero, with his
uncle, Charles Phelps, returned
C. (i. Maylield and family moved
to town Ibis week and are now
comfortably located in I heir prop
erly in Iho northeast, part of town.
Their son, J. It., will conduct the
The dance at the opera House on
It was purchased from a New York
factory and was supposed to ar
rive as a Christ mas present , but
the railroads made a mistake and
it came through ahead of time.
An announcement of the corn
ing marriage of Miss Mao Steele,
formerly of this place, but now of
Crand Island. Xeb to Karl It.
Watson on Wednesday, December
20, has been received al, this oflice.
The happy event will occur at the
homo of the groom's parents in
(irand Island at 2 o'clock on the
above date. The Courier extends
A wresiling match between
Frank Kehinarderer and (ieorge
Holler, si able boys at Murphy's
quarry, was pulled off al (ho pic
ture show Thursday night. Holler
was lo throw Schmarderer in an
hour,' but apparently he couldn't
uirsday night was just a repeli- iu.,,vv him in a week. A few of
sports lost, a few bucks.
and Now Kngland, where they ex
pect to spend Ihe next month or
six weeks visiting relatives. They
intended lo slop at Knoxville, 111.,
foe a brief visit with Isadorc Shel
don, who is attending school nnd lake no other,
there, slop a day or two in. Chi
cago, and from there go direct lv
to Springfield, Vermont. They will
allend the wedding of Mr. Shel
don's sister, which event, is to
take place on the 27th at I'.llons-
mrg, N. Y.
lion of the good social limes as
sured when Colonel C. F.. Wood
announces an event of this kind.
, i The music was furnished by the
Jacobs orchestra none better
"BEST ON EARTH."
This is Iho verdict of R. J. Howell,
TVnnv ii wlin liiinrht Foley's
Hill We ml I. believes that a good ; u'' , TllP r,imiminii fP hi
wife. "Her case was the worst I
automobile deserves being irop-
Wlth the Coming of Middle Age
I'hcre is a letting down in the
jdiysical forces often shown in an
noying and iainfiil kidney and
bladder ailments and urinary ir
regularities. Foley Kidney Pills
are a splendid regulating and
strengthening medicine at such a
time. Try I hem. For sale by 1
(J. Fricko & Co.
rOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
Tonic in action, quick in results.
Will cure any case of kidney or
bladder disorder not beyond thf
reach of medicine. No need to say
more. For sale bv V. O. Fricko
...jj. .j..jj-m .thM"I !-!-!
. Leduror. !
I- News. !
Henry Kchrns is building a barn
the benelll of those who drive
in lo visit nun.
The farmers' elevalor hero has
hipped out 51 cars of wheat, 17
of corn ami I of oats the last year,
and shipped in 1 1 cars of coal.
Mrs, II. F lladlev joined a party
of ladies Saturday, who with well
tilled basket were on Iheir way lo
F.agle, where they surprised Mrs.
Harry (iraves, the occasion being
Mernl Sheldon called on this
olllee Thursday morning vvitb a
ciuar and Ihe information thai a
voting gentleman hud registered
at their lioiio llie night iieiore as
"Vilas Peltigroy, jr.;" that he was
about as line a little brother as
any boy ever had.
Mrs. Caroline Seise of Dexter,
Iowa, has been here visiting Mrs.
Jack Lovvther, a Former citizen
of this village, arrived last Sunday
from Cedar county lo visit among
relatives and friends here and in
others parts of Ibis county.
Chris Dreamer and his daugh
tor. Miss ltlauche Dreamer, came
from I''.linvvooi on Ihe Wednesday
evening train to visit Norman
Deles-Dernier and family.
A report from Magnet. Nob., in
forms us that ltvo Lalluo and
wife are the parents of a new son
that registered at their home on
December a. Cigars by mail,
Cluster Hugo, a member of the
Applegale iV. Hugo show company
that is spending the winter hero,
departed Sunday for his homo in
Oklahoma Citv. to remain until
the opening of the next show sea
son. F.li Faton departed on Tuesday
for an extended visit with relatives
in Oklahoma, intending to spend
some time with bis brother, Wil
liam Falun, at Tcxiino. Roy
Younker went with him -to see
!-M-M MIM HH"M
.J. MYNARD PICKUPS.
,j -h-H W-i-H M-rrrv W
Volerenary Dr. Hrovvn is very
busy in his professional line.
Mrs. J. II. Adams drove in from
her home west of town yesterday.
number of. Mynardilos did
shopping in Iho county seat Sat
Mrs. Carrie Newcomer of York
is visiling with Fdna and Mayola
Since the snow of Saturday
night hunting seems to bo the
chief occvijial ion.
John Anthony is busy shooing
horses since the rain and freezing
weal her of last week.
lieorge Snyder is on the sick
list, and confined to his home. A
peedy recovery is hoped for.
The little folks are looking for-
wiiril lo the coming oi Kris
Kriugle with much anticipation.
The Missionary societies of the
Foiled Hrelheren and Mellioiiisi
churches met at Ihe homo of Mrs.
R. L. Propst last Thursday
John Swart, has bid adieu to
his family and friends and will
lake a two weeks' vacation, ,x isit
ing the homo of his boyhood am
parents, whom he has not seen for
twelve years. John is an Iowa
boy and you can rest assured be
has the Havvkeye vi n about him.
erly housed when not in use. Ac
cordingly he engaged John Koop,
who recently completed for him a
garage thai not only protects il
from Ihe sun and rain, but is also
proof against lire and frost. Hill
believes he has the best, garage in
The young folks out al the
homo of our old friend, Stephen
Jochim, are happy over Ihe receipt
of a !?500 grand uprighl pianola.
have over seen, and looked like
a surce case of consumption. Her
lungs were sore and she coughed
almost incessantly and her voice
was hoarse and weak. Foley's
Honey nnd Tar Compound brought
relief ato nee and less than three
hollies effected a complete Cure."
For sale by F. (5. Fricko & Co.
"The Acorns," tne popular 5o
cigars. Made by Ptak & Bajeck.
Without opiates or .harmful
druus of any kind Foley's Honey
and Tar Comopnd stops coughs
nnd cures colds. Do not accept
any substitute. For sale by F. O.
Fricko & Co.
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THOMAS E. PARMELE, Plaintiff,
CHARLES V. DOEDEKER, ET AL.,
Notice is hereby c.iven, That by virtue of an order entered in the fore
going entitled cause by the District Court of Cass County, Nebraska, I the
undersigned, sole Referee, appointed by said Court, will, on the
10th Day of January, 1912,
nt 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the south front door of the Court House,
in the city of Plattsmouth, in Cass County, Nebraska, offer for sale to the
highest bidder, for cash, the following described land, to-wit: the bj ot
the SW! of section 2G; the lv'.j of NW,1' and the NW.'i of the NWtf of
section 35, all in town l:'.,iv rth range 11, cast of the Gth p. m., in Cass
County. Nebraska, excepting the right of way of the Missouri Pacific Rail
way Company, and known as the Theodore Boedokcr farm, lying south of
1ji'isville, in said county, and containing 200 acres, loss railway right of
Dated: Plattsmouth, Neb.. December 11, 1911.
bvi-nclakkam, Attorney3. J3H11 H, LEYDH, Referee.
Wm. A. Robertson, S
by F. P.. Fl icke & Co.
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