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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1912)
THE MARRIAGE OF
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The Happy Event Occurred at the
McBride Home in South Omaha
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock,
at the home of tlx bride's parents
in South Omaha, occurred the
wedding of Miss Fern McBride
and Mr. Howard Holmes of Oma
ha, Hev. J. V. Kirkpatrick per
forming the ceremony that made
thorn one. The rooms of the Mc
Bride home were decorated in a
most lavish manner and pre
sented a most beautiful back
ground for the happy event. The
Sunday Omaha Bee gives the fol
lowing account of the happy
"Miss Helen llerold of Lincoln
sang "As the Dawn," which was
followed by the entrance of the
bridal party, who took their place
in a bower of palms and yellow
-chrysanthemums. The vvedding
march was played by Miss Wil
helmina llerold of Lincoln.
"The bride wore a white em
broidered net gown over white
satin. Orange blossoms, a gift of
Miss Hazel SchafTer of California,
held the long tulle veil in place,
and she carried a shower of
bride's roses. The only ornament
the bride wore was a chain and
locket, an old heirloom of I he
groom's family, a gift from the
"Miss Kl he! Ballance of Platts
inouth was maid of honor and
wore yellow ornaments, with an
overdrape of while crepe de chine,
trimmed in pearls.
"Miss Hess Clifton, was brides
maid and was gowned in yellow
charmeuse, with an overdress of
white chiffon, embroidered with
pearls and rhincstones.
"Little Miss Margaret McUrid
sister of the bride, was ring bear
er and wore a while lingerie dress
over blue. Mrs. J. McHride wore
Alice blue trimmed in while point
"Richard Brunn of Omaha was
"The bride's gifts to (he brides
maids were friendship pins with
a forget-me-not design.
"Assisting at the reception fol
lowing the ceremony were Mrs. C.
S. Johnson and Mrs. L. A. Davis,
besides Hie wedding parly.
"Mr. and Mrs. Holmes left dur
ing the evening for a honeymoon
trip in II ast. They will be at
home at the Lafayette apartments
after January 1."
While a resident of this cily
Miss McHride made a host of
friends by her lovable and charm
ing manner and I hey will rejoice
to learn of her new found hap
piness and trust, I hat her wedded
life may be as a cloudless dav.
JOHN BEESON BECK TO
ENTER BURLINGTON SHOPS
John Beeson, who for over a
year has been the driver of the
mail and express wagon for the
Adams Kxpress company in this
oily, lias resigned, to accept a
more lucerative position in the
Burlington paint shop in this city,
and will start on his new duties
at once. Joseph Thompson, who
has been serving as express mes
senger on the Burlington, run
ning out of Fremont, has accept,
ed the position made vacant by
Mr. Beeson's resignation and will
now be enabled to be at home wild
his family in this cily. Air.
Thompson formerly held Ihis
position before entering the
service elsewhere, and was very
popular with I he patrons of Ihe
fompany and they will extend him
a hearty welcome.
I- THE RUBY RESTAURANT
-I- is now open and ready for
I business. Here you will find
everything that the market
I affords in the line of good
J things to eat. Short orders
I- and regular meals will be
served. Everything neat and
I clean. Every effort will bo
i made to please the public
I and n special invitation is
J extended all In call and
J see us.
JESSE BLUNT, Prop.
M-H-I H-I-M I-MH !M
Mrs. J. V. Mediums of South
Bend was in the cily today looking
after some matters of business in
the county court.
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It isn't everyone in Plattxinml h
that knows that Lincoln has a
Platl.-mnulh club. Well, it has,
ami as will be seen by Ihe fol
lowing from the society column
of the Sunday Journal, they have
regular meetings: "The Platts
mouth club met Thursday after,
noon with Mrs. Kale Davis, Mrs.
F. T. Darrovv being the assistant
hostess. Twenty-live ladies were
present. Mrs. Davis had recently
visited Plattsiiioiith and gave an
entertaining talk, in which the
latest news from that city was
T. B. SMITH HAS ABM OP
ERATED UPON IN OMAHA
Some few weeks ago T. B.
Smith, who resides near Murray,
had the misfortune to have one of
his arms broken in an accident
with a threshing machine upon
which he was working. The
broken member did not heal as it
should and upon examination it
was found that a small muscle had
in some manner gotten between
the two broken bones and pre
vented their knitting together as
they should. Mr. Smith was taken
to Omaha, where the arm was
operated upon today and Ihe
muscle removed. His wife and
Mrs. Clara Smith and his brolher,
J. L. Smith, of near Nchawka, were
passengers this morning for Oma
ha to be present at the operation.
THE ART EXHIBIT AT HIGH
SCHOOL A GREAT SUCCESS
The art exhibit, which closed at
Ihe High school building Satur
day afternoon, was quite a suc
cess, both socially and financial
ly, and the programs which were
given by the pupils of the seventh
and eighth grades Friday evening
and the lower grades Saturday
afternoon were excellent and the
young people are to be con
gratulated on the pleasant enter
tainment furnished the visitors.
The schools secured $10.', which
will be used to purchase new
pictures for the different school
rooms and it .will go u long ways
towards beautifying Ihe rooms.
About one-liflh of Ihe people of
Ihe cily bought, tickets to the ex
hibit and assisted Ihe good cause
along: by this means.
A FORMER PLATTSMOUTH
BOY GETS MARRIED
Another Plallsniouth young
man has entered the ranks of the
benedicts in the person of Frank
Burr, according lo Ihe license
notices in Ihe Omaha papers, as a
license was issued to Mr. Burr and
Miss Jessie Rogers of that cily.
Mr. Burr was formerly engaged
in the cigar-making business in
Ihis cily and is highly respected
by a large circle of friends. . Tim
bride has been a visitor in this
cily a number of limes and made
many friends among Ihe young
people of Hie cily by her pleasanl
See Charley's Aunt.
"Charley's Aunt" is Hie name of
Ihe play thai, will be given at Ihe
T. J. Sokol hall on Thankgiving
eve, .November 271 h. This is an
excellent play and will be great
ly enjoyed by all who a! tend. Af
ter the play a social dance will be
given. There will be plenty i,r
good music, and a genuine good
lime for all. Don't fail lo attend.
Here From Avoca.
Charley Jacobseii, one of the
prosperous farmers from near
Avoca, was in Ihe cily last Satur
day, having been down lo Ihe farm
of Julius Pit and Will Adams,
where he was looking at some of
their tine pedigreed hogs, with a
view of buying a number of them.
He made a short visit, with county
seat, friends during the day, re
luming home in Ihe evening.
Returns From the East.
O. P. Monroe relumed Sal unlay
evening from Orange, Mass.,
where he was summoned a few
weeks ago by the illness of his
brolher, Dr. J. E. Monroe. Mr.
Monroe arrived at his brother's
bedside just a few hours after he
passed away. The deceased gentle
man was a visitor in Ihis city
bout a year ago and a great many
of our citizens will remember him
as a very pleasant gentleman. The
sympathy of the entire com
munity goes out lo Mr. Monroe in
the loss of his beloved brother.
BIG DOINGS AT THE
Fine Dance Saturday Night, and
Fine Exhibition of Turning by
Saturday evening and yester
day afternoon were gala occasions
at, Ihe dcrman Turner hall. Sat
urday evening the society gave a
grand ball that was one of the
most enjoyable given so far this
season and was largely attended
by a merry crowd, who enjoyed
themselves in the delights of (he
dance until a late hour. The M.
W. A. orchestra was on the job
wilh I heir usual excellent music,
which added greatly to the suc
cess of the dunce.
Sunday Ihe society was visited
by a large delegation of turners
from Fremont and the South Side
Turn-Verien of Omaha, who gave
a splendid turning exhibition at
the hall in the afternoon under
the direction of Prof. Koslan of
Fremont. There were some very
tine turners in the delegation and
tin; audience was delighted with
the various stunts given by the
A number of "bears," including
Mayor Saltier, demonstrated to
the active turners that they had
not, forgotten how to perform
upon the various apparatuses
used by the turners. The visitors
were a fine, genial crowd of gen
tlemen, and it is to be hoped that
I hey will visit, us again and give
anol her of their exhibit ions.
Already Have Silk Hat.
Lee Ma field of the Louisville
Courier was in Platlsinoul h last,
week, and among other things he
said in his paper about Platls
moulh is Ihe following: "We saw
Col. Bales at, a distance, but he
was so busy planning how he is
going lo have a new silk hat and
a red necktie when he gels to be
postmaster that he failed to see
us. In fact, he passed us up; we
don't hold it a-gin' him eilher. He
has a perfect right to feel
dignlied. lie's a democrat."
Saturday evening a very pleas
ant social dance was given at
the K. S. hall on West Locust
street ami a most enjoyable time
had by the large crowd present.
The music was of a very high
order and ihe dancers enjoyed the
evening wallzing lo the delightful
strains furnished by Ihe
Will Live Here.
Arlhur L. Anderson, who for a
number of years has been travel
ing on the road for a wholesale
tea ami coffee house, has accept
ed a position as city salesman
wjlh the Niles & Mosher Cigar
cjunpany of Omaha. Mr. Ander
son and wife will continue to make
Plallsniouth their home, however,
as Ihey consider it the ideal place
in Ihe slate for a home.
Judge Ramsey is just in receipt
of a teller announcing the sud
den dealh of his cousin. John
Itamsey, near Frankfort Springs,
Beaver county, Pennsylvania, at
Ihe age of 77 years. Judge llain
sey and his deceased cousin have
for some lime been al work assist
ing in Ihe preparation of a history
of Ihe llainsey family, for which
purpose there has been a national
organization for some years pat.
The fnllowiuv appears in the
society column of the Lincoln
Sunday Journal: "Miss Helen
llerold went to Omaha yesterday
lo sing at the wedding of Miss
Fern McBride and Howard
Holmes, which look place last
evening. Miss McBride formerly
lived at Plallsniouth and is well
known In many Lincoln resi
Mrs. Bllsh Improving.
The condition of Mrs. Karl II.
Blish, wbo was operated on a few
davs ago at Ihe Clarkson hospital
in Omaha, continues i improve
and it will only be a short time
now until she will be able to re
turn home. Mrs. Blish is feeling
belter. I ban she has for several
years and her friends here, who
are legion, will rejoice at her re
covery and aawil anxiously for
her homo. coming.
Don't watte your money buying
strengthening plasters. Cham
berlain's Liniment is cheaper and
heller. Dampen a piece of llan
ne wilh it ami bind it over the
affected parts and it, will relieve
Ihe pain and soreness, For sale
by F. fi. Fricke & Co.
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A. B. DICKSON HAS LEG
AMPUTATED FOR CANCER
A. B. Dickson underwent a sur
gical operation in Lincoln Mon
day afternoon at 1 o'clock for the
relief of cancer, and he is doing
as nicely as can be expected at
lliis writing Thursday morning.
The oll'ending cancer affected the
left lower limb, and Ihe leg was
amputated at a point just above
the knee. Klmwood friends of
t'ncle Al are being kept posted as
to his condition, and here, where
he is so well and favorably known,
I here is Ihe keenest interest mani
fest, among Ihe people. That the
cancer is entirely oblilervaled
and I hat recovery will rapidly en
sue is Ihe sincere prayer of all.
One Fined for Fighting.
The two men who were involved
in Ihe light on Ihe street Saturday
noon were brought lo trial in
Judge Archer's court Ihis morn
ing and one of Ihe participants
pleaded guilty and the judge as
sessed a line of $2 and costs,
amounting lo $5, which he paid.
The other man, named Barkhursl,
was merely acling on Ihe de
fensive in Ihe light- and he was
discharged by the court, after
hearing the evidence.
Makes Short Visit.
Ad Ilhode, one of the swiftest
linotype operators in Omaha, was
down last evening for a short visit
with his mother, Mrs. A. Rhode.
Adolph took the opportunity to
drop in and shake hands with the
Journal force, wilh whom he was
associated for a number of years.
Here From Eagle.
Fred Muenchau, one of the
m-oininent citizens from near
Kagle, was in the city a few hours
today, coming down for the trans
action of some county seat busi
ness. Mr. Muenchau is one of
Ihe goud citizens of southwest
Cass county that we do not get lo
see very often, as his visits to the
county seat are not very frequent.
He was a very pleasant and most
welcome visitor at the Journal
ollic during his brief slay today.
"There could be no better medi
cine than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. My children were all
sii-k wilh whooping cough. One
of Ihem was in bed, had a high
fever and was coughing up blood.
Our doctor gave them Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy and the first
dose eased them, and three bot
lles cured them," says Mrs. R. A.
Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss.
For sale by F. C. Fricke & Co.
Walt Vallery, from near My
nard, was in the city a few hours
About fifty heat! of full blood
Poland-China spring shoats.
I-WH I-MH HIH HM
No More Valuable
Than a Life Size Portrait of
One You Love.
(SUCCESSOR TO JOHN BAUER)
3 is now prepared to sell the very BEST
From Saturdays Dall.,
Mrs. (ieorge Kafl'enberger was
a passenger this morning for
Omaha, where she spent the day.
Robert, Nickels of near Murray
was in the city today looking af
ter business matters.
W. II. Heil of Eight Mile (irove
was in town today looking after
business matters and visiting with
Adam Fornoff and wife of near
Cedar Creek were in the city to
day looking after some business
Hev. J. Iluebner, pastor of the
Oerman Lulheran church of Eight
Mile Orove, was a visitor in this
Henry Horn of Cedar Creek was
in (lie city this afternoon attend-
ing to some business matters with
J the merchants.
Mrs. A. F. Seybert of Cullom
was a passenger this aflernoon
for Omaha, where she will visit
over Sunday wild friends.
S. O. Pilman and wife of Mur
ray motored up yesterday in their
line new Case automobile and at
tended to business matters.
Mrs. William Shea and daugh
ter, Miss Bessie, were passengers
Ihis afternoon for Omaha, where
Ihey were called on business mat
ters. W. K. Sheperdsnn and wife and
Archie Sheperdson, from near
Murray, drove up today from their
home and were passengers this
afternoon for Omaha.
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Makers of Good Goods Only
W. II. Bryan and wife of South
Bend were in Ihe city today look
ing for a suitable residence, as
Ihey desire lo reside in this city
when Mr. Bryan begins his term
as county assessor. ,
C. Bengen and wife were pas
sengers this morning for Omaha,
where Mr. Bengen will consult a
specialist in regard to his health,
which has not been verv good this
My Dear Farmer Have you
your own farm or are you rent
ing land in Minnesota, cut over
limber, from $10 to $15 per acre.
One-third cash, balance at (5 per
cent? I have good, smooth land
in Stevens county, Minnesota,
from $i5 to $65 per acre. This
land is sold direct from the own
er of the land. No land company
in Ihis deal. I also handle the
best land in eastern Oklahoma.
Coj-n runs from sixty to seventy
bushels to the acre. Now if you
want land try me and see. I deal
with no agent. If you come with
an agent, you must, pay him your
self. Write or call,
1121 North 2Hh SI.,
New Bar Docket. '
The clerk of the district court
has just received Ihe bar docket
for the November term of the dis
trict court, which begins Monday,
November 25. The criminal doc
ket, is not very large this term,
there being only four cases, while
there are forly-five civil cases.
Those of our subscribers who
desire to pay their subscriptions
in wood are requested to bring it
in before the roads get bad, as
we desire to place it in the dry.
Come in with it, boys, right away.
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