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LEST YOU FORGET.
John W. Crabill, Jeweler
Whin Quality ! Always Right
8 A twllch
5j From Head
That's what anyone can be if they so
desire. You don't need to be a
millionaire, but you've got to have sense
and use judgment in buying garments
See our fine display of new and nobby
Fall and W;nter Clothing
Overcoats, Hats, Caps, Gloves, etc., etc.
The Reliable Store
Just the style you've been thinking abou t,
just your size, just your price. The quality is in
them too, the kind that gives unbounded satisfac
tion to the wearer. Do you want the best that
your money will buy? Send us your orders or
better still call and let us show you our complete
S5.00 to $30.00
' OVERCOATS FROM
$5.00 to $35.00
Our Special Catalogues
buyers a and
will be sen ee to
your address upon re
ceipt of request.
Our Special Furnishing
Which we have just
issued contains des
cription and prices of
complete lines of
Men's, Ladies' and
ings. If you havn't
received it send us
your name at once
and we will promptly ?end it to you.
Our Guarrantce of Satisfaction or Your
Money Hack goes with every purchase
so you run absolutely no risl; in sending
yourorder here. We consider our mer
chandise our very best advertisement,
and very few shipments are returned.
We can wall afford this gucrar.Us.
In Writing Always Address Department D
1 5th and
. Hayden Bros.
We wish to rail your attention to the
fact that our store is at all times kept
stocked with the latest things in hili
oracle jewelry. We are all the time
showing something new. .Inst now
we have a purtieularly swell line of
Brooches and Stick Pins
are always jInd to have you look
oods over whether you buy or not
Union Block, Plattsmouth, Nob
To Heels b
Don't buy trade
W e carry a fine
of reliably made
and defy compe
Superintendent Rouse Surprised.
Tin following named teachers in
the Wahoo public .sohools visited the
Plattsmouth schools Monday: .Supt.
C. M. Ilarr, Misses Carrie Nielsen,
Sadie Henderson, Cora Jrover, Daisy
Dean, Kdna Kwart, Minnie Newman,
Nellie Nitfli, Kmma Ilojrysett, Minnie
Manners, Phalen and Shires. Messrs
W. L. Kvans, Wilburand (Jruhb. Mrs.
C. M. IJarr chaperoned the party.
Supt. 11. Ij. House was taken com
pletely by surprise. He did not have
his shoes shined and was not wearing
a clean stand-up collar, as he certainly
would could he have known 'that so
many pretty school marms were
coming. The teachers, well, we will
not mention their excitement and
Mothers everywhere praise One Min
ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it
has relieved and the lives of their lit
tie ones it has saved. A certain cure
for Coughs, Croup and Whooping
Cough. Makes breathing easy, cuts
out phlegm, and draws out the inilam-
mation. Sold by F. (I. Fricke & Co.,
(lering & Co.
Thought He Voted for Roosevelt.
An amusing incident occurred here
Tuesday. A Swedish republican had
just come from the polls and meeting
some fellow workmen he displayed a
sample ballot and proceeded to show
his friends how he voted for "Itosen
velt." "His name ban right there on
da ticket. A bet I vote for ham" lie
said as he pointed to the name of W.
E. Uosencrans, the democratic candi
date for county clerk. When informed
that he had voted for a democrat in
stead of Roosevelt lie said things that
would not look well in print. Louis
Nature Needs But Little.
Nature needs only a Little Early
Riser now and then to keep the bowels
clean, the liver active, and the system
free from bile, headaches, constipa
tion, etc. The famous little pills
'Early Risers" are pleasant in effect
and perfect in action. They never
gripe or sicken, but tone and strength
en the liver and kidneys. Sold by F.
G. Fricke & Co., Gering & Co.
Closes November 30.
Many hunters are inquiring .about
the opening of the quail season. Under
the law, as it existed prior to the
meeting of the last legislature, the
open season for quail began November
1 and closes November .10. The last
legislature came near closing the sea
son entirely, but by a compromise in
the senate reduced it to two weeks and
provided that it should open Novem
ber V and close November .'lo.
To Whom it May Concern.
We have redeemed the Lightning
Rod business from the odium cast
upon it in the past by unscrupulous
men and agents going through the
country. We sell only to local dealers
and through them you are able to get
our Ture Soft Copper Cable Lightning
Rod for less money than you could
The result now is that some men
who we do not care to have represent
us may buy some inferior imitation of
our goods and claim to sell it cheaper.
We furnish each of our dealers
Agent's Certificates which authorizes
them to give you our written guaran
tee on all work done by them. Also
each spool of our cable has our Trade
Mark (W. C. S. ) burned on end of
This is for your protection. You
should require them to show you this
Certificate and if they cannot they are
not our dealer, and you may regret it
if you do not get Shinn's Copper Cable
August Gorder and L. 15. Under
wood are our Authorized Dealers at
Plattsmouth and Murray, respectively,
and you cannot get our Cable and
Guarantee of anyone else. Therefore
be careful of the imitators.
W. C. Sin nx,
Factory at Lincoln, Neb
is well named. Study the
name, see the shoe. 'Tis
hex calf bluchcr. extra
heavy soles, r.o tacks or
nails on inside. Two
good outer soles to heels
makes an ideal shoe for
sloppy weather. Have a
similar pne at S3. 00
..CUSHION INSOLE SHOES.
Sherwood & Son
FUNERAL OF MRS. R0BBINS
The Last Sad Rites to a Highly Re
spected Pioneer Citizen of Plattsmouth.
The funeral of Mrs. John Robbins
was quite largely attended Sunday
afternoon at her late home, and the
services were by Rev. D. A. Voutzy,
pastor of the Christian church. He
recited a poem entitled "Crossing the
Bar." The last verse was:
'Fortlio' from out our bourn of time ami place
1 h Mood may Ix-ar nut far.
I hope to see iny pilot face to face
When 1 lnive crossed the lar."
He spoke in part as follows: "I'hebe
Elizabeth Shrinar Robbins departed
tills life Friday morning, November
10, l!)OY. She was born in McArthur,
inton county, ()., July 23, 1841. She
was married to John Robbins, January
20, To this union eight children
were born, and live of them survive
her. namely: Mrs. Will Richardson,
of South Omaha; Mrs. James Patter
son, of Los Angeles, Cal.; Miss Emma
Robbins, of Plattsmouth; Bush Rob
bins, of Denver, Colo., and John D.
Robbins, of Chicago, 111. She, with
her husband, came to Plattsmouth
from Ohio, in 1S7, where she has since
resided. Since girlhood she has been
a consistant member of the Christian
church. She has passed out of this
life through the avenue we call death,
yet she is not dead. Even should the
grave be the end of all that constitutes
life, and should it be true that there
is no God, no Christ, no angels, and
that heaven is but a myth, life still
"Much that we think, say and do
lives in the memory and lives of those
who survive us. Like Abel, death's
first victim, our thoughts and our
actions still speak after we return to
dust. We, as individuals, during our
earthly life, set in motion forces that
uooutin ever widening circles until
they touch the shores of the great
eternity. "While we are disposed to
say, when death places its seal upon a
life, that that individual's life work is
ended, it is only well begun. Who can
measure an influence? Christ's influ
ence has come down through nineteen
centuries and with each succeeding
one it becomes greater and greater
This is true also of His disciples
While Dorcas lay in the cold embrace
of death, her actions still lived in the
lives of those she blessed. She, to
whom we pay our tribute of respect
today, still lives, not only beyond the
shores of time, but in the memory of
those who survive her. She will ever
live in the memory of her children. It
is no easy matter to forget Mother,
nor to escape her influence, her en
treaties, her admonitions, and her
loving kindness hooks into the mem
ory and inspires the life ts nothing
else on earth can.
"Mother" there's music in the word.
That thrills thro' every vein.
And wakes the feeling of the heart
To life and love aain.
That wins the wayward wanderer back
From paths of sin and shame.
And ui-fres on to nobler deeds
Of virtue, love and fame.
Yes the magic name of Mother
Makes music in the heart
The name lirst lisped in childhood's dawn.
'Tis of our life a part.
And coldly must that Itosom throb.
Devoid of love the soul.
That is not moved to flood ly deeds.
Through such endeared control.
"Dear children, cherish the good and
the beautiful in your Mother's life for
they are divine. Forget the defects,
imperfections and the mistakes, they
are human and common to us all.
"We share in your loss. There are
those of us w ho will miss her as a
neighbor, and no more will those lips,
now silenced in death, speak words of
sympathy to the troubled heart. We
will miss her from our christian fel
lowship, but we will not forget her.
Soon you shall have done all that
human hands can do for her. And
when you have deposited her body in
the grave, drop there the tear of love
and sympathy, then turn your face
toward the living, and gladly and
faithfully honor Him, who gives you
hope today in this blessed declaration.
'I am the resurection and the life; he
that believeth in me, though he be
dead, yet shall he live; and he that
believeth on me shall never die.' "
The choir were Mr. and Mrs. George
M. Porter, E. M. Godwin and Mrs.
May Morgan. The pall bearers were:
Isaac Wiles, Thomas Pollock, Thomas
Wiles, Thomas Dabb, Andy Taylor
and A. Dill.
This is the opening day of district
court. Judge Jessen and J. S. Tag
gart, court reporter, arrived this
morning. Very little business was
transacted today, except calling the
docket. The case of Dr. I. D. Jones
vs. Geo. A. Leis. was continued by
consent of all parties interested.
Every Ounce You Eat.
Every ounce of food you eat that
fails to digest does a pound of harm.
It turns the entire meal into poison.
This not only deprives the blood of
the necessary tissue-building material,
but it poisons it. Kodol T'spepsia
Cure is a perfect digestant. It digests
the food regardless of the condition of
the stomach. It allows that organ to
rest and get strong again. Relieves
Belching, Heart Burn, Sour Stomach,
Indigestion, Palpitation of the Heart,
etc. Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co., Ger
ing & Co.
TAKEN IN MODERATE DOSES
Roller Skating Is an Aid to Health and
Beauty, Declare Devotees.
The roller skating fad seems to be
taking the lead of everything else in
the larger cities as well as the smaller
ones, and Plattsmouth, not willing to
take a back seat for anything in style,
is now "right in the swim." There
are many things favorable to roller
skating, if the rinks are kept free from
rowddyism and a certain gang that
usually congregates there for no other
purpose than to "see and be seen" and
The professors of the art of roller
skating say the new fad is an aid to
health and beauty. They say this
with great solemnity. They mean it.
Roller skating exercises every muscle
of the body, they say, and better still,
it exercises gently. There is not the
violence of baseball or tennis in skat
ing on the roller, nor is there any
danger of the slugging that one meets
Roller-skating, they say, brings the
flush of health to the cheek of the
young lady. It quickens the blood
and makes one feel "brand new."
Roller skating makes one graceful.
While the feet seem only to be second
ary in roller skating, the skates being
the thing in this instance, neverthe
less, experts maintain that skating
constantly on the rollers teaches orm
how to walk after the skates have been
While the dancehall promoter looks
upon the skating rink manager as his
arch enemy, the fact is that roller
skating makes better dancers of those
who learn the former art. In other
words, skating on rollers teaches one
how to use his feet.
Roller skating, taken in moderate
quantities, is helpful and healthful
This sounds like the language of the
medicine advertisements, but it is
true that the rollers make the old feel
young and the young feel great.
Like all fascinating pastimes, roller
skating can be made "too much of a
good thing." Knowing when to quit
is an art to be acquired, and neces
sarily so if one would enjoy fully all
the benefits and pleasures of the sport.
At the Parmele Friday Night.
"When Johnny Comes Marching
Home," the famous comic opera which
scored what is probably the most
phenomenally successful engagement
ever credited to the big New York
theatre will be seen at the Parmele
Friday evening, November 17.
This is W. T. Carleton's latest and
greatest success and it was written
and composed by Stanislaus Stange
and Julian Edwards, the authors of
"Dolly Varden." The company which
Mr. Carleton has selected includes
such well known artists as W. T.
Carleton, America's foremost bari
tone, W. P. Carleton, a worthy and
distinguished son of his famous father,
also a baritone of exceptional range
and quality, with a stage presence sel
dom seen in this day and time: a new
prima donna, Miss Gertrude Vaughn,
a delightful lyric soprano with a pleas
ing and eflective stage appearance,
Miss Bertha Darel, a most captivating
little soubrette, and James Francis,
comedian, Donald Mackenzie, C. D.
Burt, Miss Sara Carr, Miss Jean Salis
bery, Miss May Roche, and a large
number of others, including a double
chorus of southern belles, army oflicers
and plantation darkies.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
IN THE GOOD OLD
You want to save your
money to buy your
at the Plattsmouth
Full Weight Guaranteed
Best Threshing Coal
All Kinds of Feed
Corner Third and Main Streets
Bell Thone 25 Tlatts Phone 22
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Don't allow money to lie around. It
is easier to spend It and easier
to lose if.
by keeping It in a safe place such as
The BanH of Cass County
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c, :',-'" ': ,:n
Capital Stock $."0,000, Surplus $ir,000
Clnis. C. I'uriiMilt', I'r'H., .liii oUTrltsi h. V-I.
T. M. I'atOT.son. Ciihli.
You can give a check for any part of
it at any time and so have a receipt
for payment without asking for one.
When you have a bank account you
will be anxious to add to it rather than
spend from it. Don't you want to
know more about it.
Edison and Victo
TO SKLKCT FROM.
Send for catalogue of Machines
and Records or send us your name
and we will have our Mr. George
Miller call on you.
We Prepay All Charges.
Nebraska Cycle Co.
GEO. E. MICKEL,
15th and Harney.
For quick relief
ing from an inactive or sluggish liver,
DeWItt's Little Early Risers are un
equalled. They act promptly and never gripe.
They are so dainty that it is a pleasure
to take them. One to two act aa a
mild laxative; two or four act as a
pleasant and effective cathartic. They
are purely vegetable and absolutely
harmless. They tonic, the liver.
PREPARED ONLY Y
E. C. DaWitt Be Co.. Chicago
DR. J. O. BRUCE
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Coatcs RIook. rooms 225 and 22;. Office hours
9 to 12 a. m., 1 tu5p. m. and 7 to 9 ). m. hy ap
pointment. Telephones, office 347; residence
at Perkins Hotel.
All kinds of Dental work. Plates made that
fit. 26 years experience. Prices reasonable.
OFFICE Fitzgerald Block.
Telephone No. 3ob47
V Abstracts of Title
OFFICE Anheuser-Bush Block.
JOHN M. LEYDA,
ABSTRACTER OF LAND IT LES.
Prepnrlnjr abstracts of title, conveyancing
arid examining title to real estate a special
ty. Work properly done and charss reason
able. Office: iioorns 0 and 7. John Guild
KuildSnz. near Court House. Plattsmouth.
J. M.Greene, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Can be reached by 'phone niht or day
R. B. WINDHAM
Piattsmouth : : Nebraska.
Probate, Commercial Law, Real
And Foreclosure of Mortsazes aSpeclalty
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Torpid Liver, Jaun- II
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