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John W. Crabill, Jeweler
Whtn Quality ia Always Right
8 A Stylish
$5 From Head
W ee our Tine display
1 HPhat's what anyone can be if they so K
JC desire- You don't need to be a X
millionaire, but you've y;ot to have sense N
J and use judgment in buying garments N
S Don't buy trade- k
aX y 'k marKs
and W;nter Clothing 0
ats. Hats, Caps, Gloves, etc., etc. X
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TIte Reliable Store
WM. HOLLY, v
S PLATTSMOLTII, - - - NEBRASKA.
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We Will Offer
This week to the buying public magni
ficent new Upright Pianos, full size, double
veneered cases, ivory keys; in Walnut,
Oak or Mahogany.
These instruments are noted for their
beautiful singing quality of tone, latest
design of cases, are guaranteed in every
To be clos-d out at $95, $110. $117, $!I9,
$125. $145, $!52 $165. Anyone wanting to
save Irom $50 to 51 on the purchase of
a piano should not fail to take advantage
of this sale. We are showing large as
sortments of Chickaring Bros., Fischer, Estey,
Decker. Wegman, Franklin, Schaeffer. Price L
Teeple, Stoddard. Melville Clark.
Write for prices and terms. Catalogs
furnished on application. Xew pianos
Thr lu-autifiil ru-w pattern
in uatlus at our toiv? TIhv
aiv just as jmhI in j uality a
tlu-p art ptvtty in appearand-.
The pri t- art- mix lot. WoM
like to hov 1 1 it in to you. ou
wont reirrvt it if vim buv ot
Union Block, Plattamouth, Nab
To Heels b
We carry a line
of reliably made
Furnishings, etc N
cition. or new unu noooy q
MARRIAGE OF DON G.DESPAIN
The Ceremony Occurs at i!u Home of the j
Bride's Parents in University Place, j
THE WEDDING AN ELABORATE EVENT.
A Number of Relatives and Friends of this!,,'n(1.''"t "' i",,lH" ""strut-lion hy a;
City in Attendance,
The Minday Mate Journal contains
the foMmvint: account of the marriage
of Ion (.'. hespain. which event oc
curred last week. The yroom is a for
mer I'lattsmouth hoy. and was reared
in this city, where lie has many
One of the prettiest weddings of
the fall was that which took place
Wednesday evening at the home of
Kx-Mayorand Mrs. T. W. Smith in
I'ni versify I'lace. in which their
daughter, Iaisy WiUon. was united
to Mr. Ponald C. Iespain.
"The inarriaL'e ceremony was sol
emnized at promptly T::0 o'clock. The
bridal party entered to the strains of
the Lohenurin's wedilinr march played
by Miss Mary A. Mnith. 1 he 'I'om.
accompanied by Chancellor I). V. (J.
Huntington of Weslevan university,
w ho oftieiati 1!. took his place at the
left of the archway in the front par
lor and awaited the coming of the
bride who entered unattended and fol
lowed by lillie Kh.abeth Iespain.
niece of the u'looiu. who acted as lintf
bearer, carrvint.' the liny in the petals
of an American beauty.
The yroom advanced to meet the
bride and together they proceeded in
the beautiful bower beneath which
they stood during the ceremony.
Originality was displayed in the con
struction of the weddini: arch and the
mammoth bouquet of white chrysan
themums tied w ith w liite ribbon which
hunt; in the place of the customary
wedding bed. The rin service was
'The bride was attired in a beauti
ful rown of white silk voile, en train,
trimmed w ith lily designs and chiffon.
The veil was gracefully draped and
a shower bouquet of white daisies was
carried. Narcissus' was played dur
ing the wedding ceremony at the close
uf which the enlivening notes of Men
delssohn's -Wedding March' were
heard. Only intimate friends and rel
atives were present at the weddinu.
'A reception followed immediately
after the marriaire ceremony. at tended
by about two hundred and tifty quests,
friends of the bride and yroom. The
color scheme of green and white was
used except in the dining room which
was in red and white, the latter
scheme being carried out in the re
freshments which consisted of froen
fruit, sherbet, cocoanut kisses, marsh
mallow cakes and banquet pepper
mints. Miss Florence Shirely of Min
den presided at the table and was as
sisted 1 iy the Mis.-es Lee and Johnson.
American I'.eauty rcses were the ilow
ers used. Mrs. Clara Akers. Miss
Hdna C. Noble and Mrs. Lehman C.
Peters assisted in the parlors where
a profusion of ferns, smilax and bou
quets of mammoth white chrysanthe
mums formed affective decorations.
Walt's orchestra furnished the music
for the entire evening, being secluded
by an embankment of palms. The
guests were presented to the receiving
line by Mrs. Lowell I. Stoner of Al
liance, sister of the bride, who wore
a dainty w hite gown and carried pink
carnations. The biide's mother wrs
gowned in gray tall'eta silk and the
mother of the groom in black silk.
Many beautiful gifts were received ty
the young couple and were displayed
in a large room off the back parlor.
"The bride is an accomplished young
lady having a host of friends in Lin
coln and University Place. The groom
is a young man of ability with a
promising future. lie was a student
in the law school of the university of
Nebraska w hen appointed deputy com
missioner of labor by Governor Mick
ey. Many congratulations and good
wishes were extended the young
couple who departed immediately tor
a two weeks' trip to Chicago and other
points. On their return they will be
at home to their friends in Lincoln.
'The out of town guests present in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. C. C. hespain,
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Despain, Albert
K. Despain, Mrs. Belle Swarthout of
Plattsmouth, Mrs. Lowell D. Stoner
and Mrs. Clara Akers, of Alliance:
Miss Florence Shirley, of Minden: Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. F. McKesson, of Emer
ald: Lloyd Pi. Wilson, of Central City;
Miss Doty of David City.
Mothers everywhere praise One Min
ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it
has relieved and the lives of their lit
tle ones it lias saved. A certain cure
for Coughs. Croup and Whooping
Cougb. Makes breathing easy, cuts
out phlegm, and draws out the inilam
mation. bold by F. G. Fricke & Co.,
Gering & Co.
CASTOR I A
For Iafants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Lady County Superintendents
IMck Uarr.of the Neliaw ka KetfKter,
favors the election of female comity
superintendent-., ami lias starter! the
hall t' 10!! ink' in that direct i' ti in the
"Hal! county s.-enis to he theonlvj
enlk'htmed t y in the state. At i
the late election the people out t here '
elected Miss Margaret Ilrown superin-
rousing majority over her republican
opponent. That's the spirit. The
woman should govern tin' schools en
tirely, trom directors to county super
intendents. Why? They are more
capable of governing and training the
youths than men. What does a man
know -about raising and training his
own '"kids" to say nothing about those
of other families, when he only sees
his own children at mealtimes? No,
the mother has the care and training
of them and ought to have a hand in
Sure! Only think only two male
teachers in Cass county outside of the
towns." Then with all these female
teachers, why not one of their number
for county superintendent?
Sixty-Fourtb Mile Stone.
Mrs. Katl.erine Holiy celebrated her
sixty-fourth anniversary on Saturday
evening. November -"th. at the home
of her daughter. Mr. Joseph Novotny.
The event was rather in the form of a
surprise to Urandma Holly, and all
those w no took part in the pleasant
atlair were her children, grandchild
ren and relatives and friends. It is
said that when the guests began to
arrive with their baskets and good
things, the old lady began to surmise
what was "in the wind", and a broad
smile beamed over her face, which de
noted her happiness to be thus remem
bered in her dotage.
Mrs. Holly is the mother of Mrs.
Joseph Novotny and Mr. William
Holly, and the event proved one of joy
as much to the children and grand
children as to grandma. The occasion
was attended with plenty to eat and
drink, and it was a late hour when the
guests repaired to their various homes,
with the wish that Grandma Holly
w ill live to enjoy many more such hap
Accident at Louisville.
About 10::;o o'clock Saturday night.
Gus Serais, acarpenter.it is presumed,
was struck by an M. P. freight train
going north, and when found it was
discovered that the extent of his in
juries was three broken ribs. It is
haid to tell how he was injured as he
was under the influence of liquor, and
was unable to tell himself. Hen Marker
discovered the injured man as he was
crossing the track on his way home,
and had him taken to the place where
he is boarding. At last reports he
was getting along as well as could
reasonably be expected.
Must Get New Certificates.
A special from Lincoln says:
County superintendents of public in
struction elected at the last election
who held first-grade teachers' certifi
cates, which w ill expire before the end
of their terms, must requalify or their
oft ices will be declared vacant. The
state department of public instruction
has so ruled after a conference w ith
the attorney general. A number of
the superintendents-elect hold certifi
cates which will expire within six
months. They will be advised by
State Superintendent Mclhien to pre
pare for a new examination."' Wonder
if this ruling won't catch the superintendent-elect
in Cass county."
Andrew Deitrich. a farmer living
near Louisville, was kicked in the face
by a mule last Saturday, resulting in
.. . . . . . .
the fracture of one of the jawbones
and seriously injuring him otherwise.
Mr. John Koop, who was here from
Louisville, says Mr. Deitrich, while
seriously injured, will recover.
is well named. Study the
name, seethe shoe. 'Tis
box calf blucher, extra
heavy soles, no 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 SnOES..
Sherwood & Son
MRS. EDGAR BARKER IS DEAD
She Succumbs to the Fearful Burning She
Received Two Weeks Ago.
ciicccdc iiuTni n IRnNIF? IINTII nFATU I
Funeral Today and Interment Made in the
J Horning Cemetery.
Mrs Kdgar Parker is dead. After
suffering untold ajonies trom the
awful burning she received two weeks
ago, Mrs. Parker passed away on
Saturday night, November -', I'.ni.".. at
her home near Mynard.
The readers of the Journal w ill re
member that about two weeks ago,
while engaged in rendering lard out of
doors, she received the awful burning
which finally caused her death. As
she passed the tire under a large kettle,
her dress caught and in a few- seconds
she was enveloped in Ilames, and be
fore her clothing could be gotten off
lie r body was horribly burned. She
lingered along, and at times she ap
peared better, and it was thought at
one time she might possibly recover.
It is said a few hours hefo.-e death
relieved her, she told t hose around her
she was going to die that it was im
possible for her to get well.
Minnie Henton and Kdgar linker
were united in marriage on the l'th
day of January, l'.'oj. at the home of
her uncle. Mr. Joseph II. Adams, near
Mynard, where she had made her
home since childhood. She was born
in Washington county. Neb., twenty
tour years ago. Her mother and two
sisters reside in Mynaid, a brother in
St. Joseph. Her grandmother, Mrs.
Caroline Henton. and her aunts, Mrs.
Joseph II. Adams and Mrs. William
F. Gillispie, also live in Mynard, and
Mrs. Joseph Johnson in Plattsmouth.
The death of Mrs. Parker is one of
great sadness among tho.se who have
known her from childhood, always
pleasant to those around her, and in
the neighborhood of where she lived,
"none knew her but to love her." She
was a grand good woman, and the
sympathy of the entire community is
extended to the bereaved husband in
his irreparable loss.
A Very Sudden Death.
C. F. Denson died at the home of
his brother, L. Denson. in this city
Sunday evening at r::jo of acute pneu
monia, aged 2! years. The deceased
took sick Sunday morning, and his
sudden death was a great shock to his
brothers and sisters.
Five brothers aud sisters survive de
coased namely: J. P., L. and Fred
Denson, Plattsmouth: J. J. Denson.
foreman r;f the boiler shops of the I.
C. railroad. Waterloo, la.: J. II. Den
son, Council I II nil's. Ia.: and Mrs. Si
mon Hansen, Weeping Water. Neb.
At the time of his death the de
ceased was in the employ of J. V.
Kgenbcrger. where he iias been em
ployed for the past fou-- years. He was
an honorable, upright citizen, very
attentive to his duties, no matter by
whom employed. His mother. Mrs.
Mary Denson. died six months ago'
Every Ounce You Eat.
Kvery 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 I
the necessary tissue-building material. !
but it poisons it. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure is a perfect digestant. It digests!
the food regardless of the condition of !
the stomach It allows that organ to
rpst :i n d tr.it- litmntr ncrnin r?ol inro
,,', , Ir
Lelching. Heart Burn, Sour Stomach.
Indigestion. Palpitation of the Heart,
etc. Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co., Ger
ing & Co.
IN THE GOOD OLD
You want to save your
monev to buy your
at the Plattsmouth
Full Weight Guaranteed
Best Threshing Coal
All Kinds of Feed
Corner Third and Main Streets
Bell Phone 2.3 Platts Phone 22
Ion't allow money to lie around,
is easier to spend it and easier
to lose it
keeniiiL' it in a safe place such an
The BanH of Cass County
Capital Stock .".o,ooo, Surplus $1.",000
ni l 10 :
Cli:s. f. I'iirrnelc. I're.. .I:i-nli Trit sell, V-l.
T. M. raU.Ts.ui. C.':tNli.
You can give a check for any part of
it at any tune and so have a receipt,
for payment w ithout asking for one.
When you have a bank account you
w ill be anxious to add to it rather than
spend from it. Don't you want to
know more about it.
Edison and Victo
TO SKLIX" T FROM.
Send for catalogue of Machines
and Pecords 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.
loth and Harney. OMAHA, fi
THE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS.
For quick relief from Bi'.iousriess.
... , , -T- j t: T
iic Heaaacr.e, lorp; Livr;r, jun-
dice. Dizziness, ar.d a,l troub.es an-
me irom an lr.acuvs or s.Lgg.in
DeVitt s Little Ear! R se.-s are un-
They act prompt!; ar.d never gripe.
They are so dainty that it is a pleasure
to ta'r-.e them. 0:.e to two act as
mild laxative; two or four act as m
pleasant and elective cathartic. Thy
are purely vegetable and abso.ta.y
harmless. They tonic tne liver.
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E. C. Do Witt He Co.. Chlotfo
DR. J. 0. BRUCE
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Coiites Hlofk. roonis!2i awl :"i;. Oflii-t- hour-
9 to 1
;t. m., 1 to 5 p. in. awl . to V p. m. hy ay-
pointrwnt. T-lejli m", otlii-ff '.'A
at I'erkins Hotel.
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All kinds of Dental work. Piates made that
fit. 2tJ years experience. Prices reanbl4.
OFFICE riTZQERALD BLOCK.
Telephone No. 3 oh47
V Abstracts of Title
OFFICE An heuser-Bush B ook.
JOHN M. LEYDA,
ABSTRACTER OF LAND IT LES.
Prf-p.-irinz aM rafts of titlf. ronveyauciBii
am e:iniii.in t ii !j to n-a i -!' in- a special
ty. .rk properly d'w awl i-lmrpes reason
ab. Office: KooDis ii awl 7. John Ounl
BuiUlins. nfeur Court Houm-. JuUrrnouth,
J.M. Greene, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Can be reached by 'phone niht or day
R. B. WINDHAM
Plattsmouth : : Nebraska.
Probate, Commercial Law, Real
And Foreclosure of Mortgages arCl1
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