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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1912)
Tli Power Hour!
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Is Yr: Plainly Sim lr lie a tiasoline Kngine.
No mallei whal I In- work i llial vim have, hi't her it In; pump
ing water, saw in;.: wood, gnmlinn ft !, making electric lights, etc., the
gasoline engiii" is very rapidly taking Ihe place of any other power
for this class of work.
e don I he In e 1 1 ere i a person in this com m unity that would
send awry IVr an ouie, u 1m: uidn'l think he could save money. You
will certainly have no t-'ould" in finding a cheap engine if price is
what vou are looking Tor, and il you will look them over carefully,
take note of Ihe few pieces that they put, on them to operate the me
chanism, you can very plainly see why they are cheaper. The fact is,
if they put more parts to llieir engine they certainly would have to
get more money. Tin re is i:o patent on Ihe device of simplicity (as
il is so called;, on cheap engines, it is just simply making an engine
just ay cheap as possible in order lo undersell his competitor. If
you ever have an npporlunily just lake a look at the machine shops,
railroads, large power plants, dr., and see if you can lind any cheap
grades of engines in their use. They certainly ought to he good
judges of engines.
We are, agents in this part of the county for r'airbans-Morse
engines ar.d would only he too glad to show you the difference be
tween this engine and any engine of inferior make and cheaper price
and show- you where Ihev make Ihe difference in price. -
This cntsiiie can he had in any horse-power from 1 II. P. to 500
II. P., and upi iphl or horif ntnl, and can also ho had to burn any kind
of fuel, such as illuminating gas, natural gas, kerosene, naplha,
Jtclore you fully deciee to huy you had heller see the Fairbans
Morso ii nil if you don't think if heller than the rest, we cannot then
oxp"d yo, i to buy I his make.
H'rite ( r call for a M-pane catalogue nnd prices.
Prof. V. II. Mann and wife de
parted Monday morning for Crete,
where they will spend the holiday
vacation visiting with the for-iiirr'i-
Louise Mikuz of Lincoln was
lu re Tuesday attending to some
business matters and calling on
his numerous friends. Mr. Milenz
was formerly cashier of Ihe Bank
is now eonnec
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The members of the II. II. club
wi re delight fulls entertained last
Friday evening by Miss Hose
I'eleis. Soliiincl'sel was till'
amusement of the evening, and al
the proper lime an elegant two
coiir.ie luncheon was served by
The home of Mr. and Mrs.
Waller Daugherly, northwest of
town, was Ihe scene of a very
pleasant gathering last Sunday,
when a number of relatives called
and spent Ihe day with them. All
present enjoyed the excellent din
ner prepared for Ihe occasion by
The home of Mr. and Mrs. (ius
Riekman, one mile east of Eagle,
was Ihe scene of a quiet but very
pretty wedding at 5 o'clock Wed
nesday evening, when Miss Eliza
beth M. Nickel and Lloyd K. Eiden-
miller, both of Elmwood, were
united in marriage bv Rev. A. J.
Ciiimni, pastor of the M. E. church.
On Tuesday of this week Ihe
residents of Eagle and vicinity
were given a pleasant surprise
when Mr. Harmon Frohiich and
Miss Lillian (lunim quietly "stole
a inarch'' on their friends and
went lo Lincoln, where they were
united in marriage. The happy
event look place at Ihe Lancaster
county court house, Ihe ceremony
being performed by Hey. A. .1.
riii in in, father of the bride. The
bride was at I ended by Miss Ethel
Frohiich, and Ihe groom by Rob
ert !unim. Only immediate rela
tives were present at Ihe happy
presented them with $50 on their
anniversary, and wished them
better health ana more happiness.
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Mrs. I). I). Adams, who has lieen
sick for two months, is improving
slowly, but as yet is only able lo
sit up lor a short time each day.
A. I. Rough, who is proprietor
oT Ihe Steele City Press, was here
over Christ mas visiting his
brothers, J. E. and J. S. Rough.
Mr. Rough at one lime ran Ihe
Win. Tucker and daughter, Miss
Lillie, left Tuesday for Alvo and
oilier Oklahoma points, where
they will spend Ihe next two
months visiling relatives and
Uruce Stone lost his soap-stone.
If finder returns the soap-stone to
Uruce Stone the smile on llruce
Slone's face will richly repay the
finder of Ihe soap-stone.
J. (i. Reynolds, who was here
spending Christinas with his
iiioiuer, iurs. neynoius, ami ins
children, returned lo his home al
York Tuesday, leaving on Ihe
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Todd and
the two girls were passengers lo
Lincoln Christmas morning,
where they expected' to be Ihe
guests of Mrs. Ferguson, mother
of Mrs. Todd, over Christinas.
Word has been received from
Harve I'.eckuer, who has been in
an Omaha hospital for Ihe past
two months, that his condilion
has no) improved any and Dial it
likely never will.
Mrs. Sarah Ingle, grandmother
of the Hicks children, who was
here over Christmas, returned lo
her home in Percival, Iowa, Tues
day. Johnny and Margret Hicks
went home with her and will spend
their vacalion there.
John Wunderlich and John
Whilcmnn, Ihe "I wo Johns," re
turned hist, week from Stockton,
Kas., where I hey .spent several
days visiting some of llieir old
friends. They bring back some
jack-rabbit hunling stories that
are simply whoppers.
A Hero In a Llghthousa.
I'or years J. S. Iionahue, So.
Haven. Mich., a civil war captain,
as a lighl-hou-e keeper, averted
aw nil wreclis, mil a queer fact is,
he might have been a wreck him
self, if Fleclrie Millers had not
prevented. "They cured me of
kidney (rouble and chills," he
writes, "alter I had taken oilier
so-called cures for ears without
benefit, and I hey also improved
my sight. Now, al seventy, I am
feeling line." For dyspepsia, in
digeslion, all stomach, liver and
kidney Iroubles, they're without
equal. Only !(c al F. O. Fricke
: eagle. :
Miss Ollie Reilter of Lincoln
came down last Saturday after
noon ami spent Christmas with
her sister, Mrs. Nick Peterson.
Will Hudson and wife departed
last Sunday for Missouri Valley,
Iowa, where they spent Christmas
with Mrs. Hudson's relatives.
A Girl's Wild Midnight Rldo.
To warn people (if a fearful
loresi nre in iiie (ialskills a young
girl rode horseback al midnight
and saved many lives. Her deed
was glorious, but lives are often
saved by Or. King's New Discovery
in curing lung trouble, coughs and
colds, which might have ended in
consumption or pneumonia. "II
cured me of a dreadful cough and
lung disease," writes W. R. Pat
terson, Wellington, Tex., "after
four in our family had died with
consumption, and I gained S7
pounds." Nothing so sure and
safe for all throat and lung
troubles. Price r0e and l. 00.
Trial bottle free, tiuaranlerd bv
F. (1. Fricke & Co.
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similaiii!!;rojiI(!Rcdula tinUiL' Sior,iac!:5 aiulUowcIsof:
Abe L. Becker, Ihe Union stock
dealer, took two carloads of good
cattle to the South Omaha market
Mrs. Clara Davis arrived home
Sunday evening from St. Joseph,
where she had been making a visit
with her sister, Mrs. Sherman.
E. H. McMasler and wife and
son. Maurice, of Omaha, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. V.
Oarrison and other relatives here
Sunday and Monday.
Will Reynolds laid aside bank
duties in Omaha and came home
for a good Christmas dinner with
his parents, returning lo Omaha
Lee Thacker, who moved from
here to Monte Vista, Colo., some
time ago, arrived last Friday night
to make a visit among his friends I
in Union and vicinity.
Will A. Frans and wife came in
from Omaha last Saturday for a
holiriav visit with Union relatives
and friends, returning home on
tin Monday evening train.
William Crozier of Omaha came
down Inst Saturday lo visit a few
days with his parents, and Tues
day morning his sister. Miss Alice
Crozier, accompanied him to
Mrs. Will Complon of Manning.
Iowa, was here Salurdav lo see
Mrs. C. L. Craves. Mr. Comnlon
came Monday and I hey have been
visiting relatives and friends in
Weeping Water-lhis week.
Oeorgn True and his daughter,
Orphus, Oeorcp Burris and Bert
Clarence, all former residents of i post cards, Ihe majority of which
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THE CBNTAUH COMPANY NCW VOAR OITT.
II AM ill ill HI
Ibis vicinity, now located at Cole
ridtre, arrived Tuesday niirht for
a few davs' visit with their rela
tives and numorous friends in and
near I his villairo.
Mrs. C. I,. Craves, who has been
very seriously ill the past eleven
weeks, appeared lo be. gaininur a
lillie yesterday afternoon, but she
remains verv weak and reriuires
constant attention, and improve
ment will be unite slow on account
of her weak comlil ion.
Mrs. Andrew T.vnn and her son.
Bert f.vnn. arrived from Kjmori
county last Sal onlav, and made a
visit here with Mr. pud Mrs. (!. X
I ;flue. On' friend. Bert, has been
ileoulv clerk of l-'ill'oore cniinv
for sonic tjiee, but in a fe'v days
be steps in as "head bus." loiv-
inir neen eiecieii rnnniv ctes i,v a
nice maioritv in the last election.
came from Ins grandchildren.
Cnele John is one of Cass coun
ty's best citizens and the Courier
trusts that he may live to enjoy
many more happy birthday anniversaries.
One lop buggy.
Two setts of work harness.
One sett of single harness.
Two setts of Jly nets.
Many other articles too num
erous to mention.
Sale Commences at 11 O'Clock.
Free Lunch at Noon.
TERMS OF SALE:
All sums of $10 and under,
cash in hand; over $10, a credit of
ten months will be given, the pur-
rhe undersigned will sell at
Miblic Sale at his farm, 10 miles
southwest of Plallsmoulh, 3 miles chaser giving good bankable paper
bearing interest at 8 per cent from
dale. No properly lo leave the
premises until settled for.
! WEEPING WATER.
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SATURDAY AND MONDAY, JANUARY 6 AND 8,
delivered at the B. & M. Depot, Plattsmouth, Neb.
Highest CASH Prices of the Yeat
Old Cox ; 5c
Ducks 10K- ""
All Springs and Roosters , 9c ZZ
3 CAR LOT SHIPPERS T
lr. and Mrs. Ilrendle were
guests al Ihe T. F. Jameson
home Christ mas.
Miss Margaret Anderson of Up
land arrived Monday and is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Fred Walker.
Mrs. .1. YY. Hughe and son wenl
lo York Monday lo visit her
daughter and husband, Dr. Cal
kins and wife. '
(ieorge (iilmore went to Omaha
Wednesday lo consult an occulist.
His right eye is sivinir him con-
N. J. Calkin and family and
Jim Matched of Murray took din
ner with C. I. (iilbert and family
K. K. Cli.be was called here
hist Sunday night. His father.
H. (i. Clizbe, has been very sick
and al limes in a critical condi
Mayor tinnier and family and
Miss Minnie Haier were out lo
John Murdoch's Monday ami
helped company from oilier places
dispose of a big feasl.
Dr. and Mrs. Hutler had the
family home for a Christmas
spread. Miss Mildred of New
man (irove, Hoy C. Wiles and
family and Miss 0. M. Paine.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. J. E
Johnston, on Wednesday, Decem
ber L'0, UMI, a daughter. Also to
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Pillsbury, on
December "jn. 11)11, a Christmas
J. W. Snerrv received a Cliri.nl.
mas present of a box of apples
from Ceo. McDermed in Wash
ington. Mr. McDermed sold 875
boxes this year off his young or
chard. Ten years ago he went out
there, bought ten acres for $50
per acre, planted lliem since In
f ru if, and Ihe land is worth now
rrom $1,000 to $2,000 per acre.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. Upham were
married fifty years last Friday.
Mr. Upham lias been eon lined lo
his room for several months and
Mrs. Upham has been quito ill of
late. Friends in the town and
vicinity, and they have plenty
joined in a conunon purse and
$100 Prp Plat,9
'vn paid at a baMMiiel to llenrv
Clav, in New Orb-ans in IK'c?.
Mhhly cosily for those with stom
ach I rouble ur imligcst ion. Todav
neoole everywhere use Dr. Kimj's
New life Pills for those Iroubles
ns well Is liver, kidney and bowel
disorders. Fasy, safe., sure. Only
'.T-c at F. (i. Fricke & Co.
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II. K. Thiele will move his fam
ily here from Merlin next week and
will occupy Ihe Ncls Anderson
house east of Ihe Missouri Pacific.
The Andersons will move lo Nc-hawka.
Oeorge Fraler, wife and daugh
ters, Dulrie and Thelma, lefl
Monday for Oklahoma City, Okla.,
vhere Ihev will spend holiday
week with Mrs. Frafer's parents.
II. J. Marker and wife returned
from a visit of several months
with the familv of William Made
at Two Harbors, Minn. Uncle
Jack is looking line and says he
feels Iwenly years younger.
Frank lloss, the jollv floor
walker at Nichols' store, is spend
ing his holiday vacalion annum
Ihe scenes of his childhood down
among Ihe paw-paw bushes and
pumpkin vines in old Missouri.
Cashier C. K. Wood and wife of
the Hank of Commerce received
llieir Christmas present one day
lale, Hie stork presenting them
with a line baby girl on Tuesday,
December 2fi. The little Miss
weighed eight pounds and Orand-
pa Wood says she is the pret
tiest girl in town.
Our old friend, (!. II. Wood, of
W'ilbaux, Monlana, is raising
something beside (lax (his vear
On December 10 the stork visited
his home and lefl n pretty lillie
Miss and (ieorge at once decided
lo keep il. The Courier extends
cnngiirlulations ami trusts that
his next year's crop will he a
Our old friend. John t.ohnes
celebrated Ins (1st birthday an
niversary on Thursday, December
?S. Mr. I.ohnes was born in Ocr-
many and rn'e to America 40
years niro and settled in Cass
cnilnly. lie received twenty-nine j
east of Cedar Creek and 2 miles
southwest of Culloni, on
TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1912,
The Following Properly, To-Wit:
One bay mare, weight 1,550, ana
w it h foal by jack.
One bay mare, weight l.iOO.
One gelding, weight 1,450. '
One gelding, weight 1,400.
One team of spotted ponies,
t'.ie bay yearling colt.
One black colt.
( ine bay suckling colt. .
Three lumber wagons.
One Milwaukee binder.
tin i MihvrmL-rw imiwep I
One' Slerling riding plow.
One John Deere 2-row machine.
One hay sweep.
One Force seeder.
One three-section harrow.
One hay rake.
One hay rack.
One Western He 11c riding
One combined walking lister.
One stalk rake.
One corn elevator and power.
J. (i. MEISTNOF.R. Clerk.
Frightful Pclar Winds
blow with terrific force at the far
noiMi and play havoc with the
skin, causing red, rough or sore
chapped hands and lips, that need
Mucklen's Anica Salve lo heal
them. II makes the skin soft and
smooth. Unrivaled for cold-sores,
also burns, boils, sores, ulcers,
cuts, bruises and piles. Only 25
cents at F. (i. Fricke & Co.
Pedigreed Duroc-Jersey male
pigs. V. E. Perry.
Mrs. Iver Slandish and daugU
ler, who have been visiting hep
parents, Myron Heed and wife, for
len days, departed for their home
al Norton, Kas., on the early train
this morning. Mrs. Slundish's
brother, C. M. Heed, and two lit
tle daughter accompanied her to
her home and will visit friends
there for a week or two.
All The Year Round
All's well that begins well, and if you
didn't happen to begin well this year in the matter of dress, there is plen
ty of time for you to start over now, this Spring, the beginning season of
the year, and get straightened out on this question of Clothes. Just buy
That's starting right, and if you are a wearer of "Miller-Made" Clothes you
are sure to have a Happy New Year all the year round. We are here
with the Clothes and are willing to show you any time you want to look.
Looking cost nothing.
Showing is our business.
Satisfaction or money back is our guarantee;
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