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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL,
THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1914.
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Be sure and take a
hrule as ring-bearer, carrying the
vei.ldinpr ring placed in the heart
of a large American Jieanty rose.
The bride ami party were met
af. the wedding bower by the
si room and the best man. Mr. John
Sindelar, brother of the groom,
and stepping before the minister
were pronounced man and wife,
(he beautiful ring ceremony being
used to solemnize the nuptials.
Following the ceremony punch
and a delicious two-course lunch
eon was serveu to i lie ju'niai pari,
to which all the company, num
bering some 230, did full justice
and gathered to wish the young
people a long anl happy wedded
life and one free from care.
Mrs. Sindelar is the second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It. L.
IM-opst of Mynard and is a most
charming lady who possesses a
vast host of friends throughout
AT THE ATWODO
Miss Juliette Atwood of Lincoln
and Dr. Elliott Cobb of Harlan,
la., Are United in Marriage.
The following account of the
wedding of Miss Juliette Atwood,
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. S. II.
Atwood, appears in the Stale
Journal of this morning and will
the county who will join in wish- be of great interest to the friends
ing her much happiness. The of the family in this city, where
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groom is a prominent voung uent- i ne aiwooii lanniy resided jor so
isf f Omaha and a young man manv years:
with you, and with it a
liberal supply of the reliable
Eastman Film; take plenty
bring back what you don't use.
A few cameras to rent.
Red Cross Drug Store
highly respected by all who know
The bride and groom last even
ing motored to Omaha, and tin's
morning left for Lake Okoboji,
la., where they will spend a short
honeymoon, and then return to
Omaha where they will make their
The out-of-town guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. I'ropst and
About forty people, including
the bridal party and guests, all
of whom were relatives, wen
present for the marriage of Miss
Juliette Wright Atwood, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel llayne.-
Atwood, and Dr. Elliott Cunning
ham Cobb of Harlan. la., which
took place at noon yesterday at
the bride's home, 7i0 South
Seventeenth street. The Rev. S.
f You can
They are "first-class" and
high-class. Some new
ideas you will like. Look
in our west window.
Prices 25c to $25
New Tics every Saturday
White Silk Hats, 75c
White Duck Pants, $1.25
Our Store will be Closed
- at Noon July 4th.
SllitS Three Kinds
1 Porous weave.
2 Ecru Kin.
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C. E. WESCOTT'S SONS
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daughter of Halsfmi. T.yuelle Ma- Mills Haves, rector of the Church MHh il III
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ENTERTAINS IN HONOR OF
Io.-k. Mr. an. I .Mrs. Mason (,oIIm rt .Jicninod simplicity marked the
of I)es MoiiM's. Mahle ami IMna .nut iful appointments. Smilax
Kiser of University Hare, Myrtle ,,alnis. Easter lilios and tulle sav,
(.aiKins ni .'epui- aier. I.eora an anar ofivrf to the colonial
Davis ot Julian. John- ami Atrnes nianj0i with liisrh white column
Mn.ieiar oi iioweiis-, .Miss I'ake, jn jh.- living room. The bride's
Mrs. Will Truelson. Mrs. Dr. L,vn lvri, nvi.Mkiii.lv ivwofni l,nl
Ir-''!! .Hl. ',M " 1 r-' ' ! .'V..
I'upsiey an.l .Mrs. Joiin llamp ot Unt rimmed except hv tulle at the
Onuilia. Mrs. h. O. l urlontr of n,.rk aiI(1 nnsr ul(. si,M.Ves. Tt
Sleamhoat Sftrilltrs. Colo.. and K.-.w m:i.!.. ,.f n linnw of nrnno
flRS. HIGGINS, MANLEY
Raymond Cox of Xehraska Citv.
y ESTER DAT
Miss Ednah Lynn Propst and Mr.
Joseph Sindelar Married at
One of the mo-,t lieautiful wed
dings of Ui M'asmi was soli'inn-i7t-tl
yel.'iday afternoon at the
palatial home of Mr. and Mrs.
HoIm-i t I., prop-t at Mynar d. when
tlo ir daughter, Miss Kdnali Lynn
Prop-it. wa- uniteil in marriage to
Mr. Joseph Sindelar of South
The IMopst home was lavishly
d" orated for the event with beau
tiful flowers and preen foliapre
throughout the different rooms
an.l in the parlor- a larpe arch of
roes and smilax bad been erected
beneath whirh !ie wedilinir cere
mony was performed, and the
beautiful Jlowers which were ar
ranged most art isl icallv for the
occasion left a touch of beauty to
the ceremony that il is impossible
fo describe. The decorations were
in the color scheme of pink and
while, while the bridal bower was
a lattice of pink and white rambler
Preceding the ceremony Miss
l.eoia Davis saner very sweelly "
I.oye You Truly,' the piano ac
companiment being- played by
Miss Vera Propst. The wedding
march from "Lohengrin" was
played by Miss Pike as the bridal
parly entered the parlor to take
their stations before the minister,
the Rev. J. M. Lades of the United
I5iclhern church. The bride was
preccl"d by the matron of honor.
Mrs. C. L. Wiles, charmingly
crowned in a costume of jink silk
and carrying pink roses, and the
bridesmaid. Miss Mayola Propst.
sisler of the bride, wore a beau
tiful creation of crepe de chine
and carried a bouquet of pink
The bride, who followed her
attendants, was very handsomely
gowned in white crepe de meteor
vi!h an overdress of rare oriental
lnce and wore also a handsome
diamond lavalier, the gift of the
groom. The long- bridal veil was
held in place by sprays of lilies
of the valley. She carried a hand
some bo.piet nT brides roses. Lit
tle Roberta Propst followed the
EMPLOYE OF ELECTRIC
SHOPS, IS INJURED
WHY SWELTER, when you can
come here and get into clothes
that will make you laugh at tho hot weather.
Featherweight Suits 10 to $30
15. V. I). Union Suits $1 and l.f0
Kxtra Thin Interwoven Sox 2.rc to 3 5c
Pure Silk Interwoven Sox 50c
Silk Wash Ties 35c, 3 for $1
Ide Hiplex Shirts $1.50, $2 and $2.50
Straw Hats 1 to $3.50
Panama Hats $3 to $8.50
Silk Hats 75c to $1.50
Silk Caps $1 to Si. 25
Silk Shirts (special) $2.50
Mentor Zephyr weight Union Suits. . .$1 up
(Same weight Night Shirts $1.25
Full line of traveling goods, for sum
mer vacations. New numbers in Matting and Cane
Suit Cases from Si. 25 to $5.
This morning Uroy Crist, an
electrical worker employed in the
luii'linulon shops, bad his ri.uht
hand burned .ptile severely as the
re-ult of having it. come, in con
tact wilh two live wires, lie was
workiiiir on an electric headlight
on .a locomotive in the round
house and had two wires which
he was workin.tr wilh when they
formed a contact and in an in
stant the current had burned the
hand of the younir man quite
painfully, the palm uf the band
receiving the worst burns, lie
was also shocked quite a little
from the experience, but it is
thought that the injury will not
prove very serious.
wilh watered surface and draped
with exquisite art. The bride wa;
accompanied bv her sister, Miss
Catherine Atwood, as maid of
honor, and by her cousin. Mi:
Marjorio Asnew of Los Anareles,
Cal.. and the groom's sister. Mi:
Ceciie ;oii ot llarian, la., a;
bridesmaids. The maid of honor
was dressed in yellow an.l the two
bridesmaids in pink. Edward
Cassady. jr.. of Whit mar. Ta., va:
Last even ins- Mrs. J. M. oinlran
entertained a few fr iends in for
mally at her borne on pearl
street in honor of Mrs. V. I .
Hiiiirins of Manley. The evening
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was spenl very neiim iuuy in
social conversation as well as Ihe
enjoyment of a number of pieas-
inr musical numbers. Al a suit
able hour a dainty and deliciou.-two-course
luncheon was served,
which further added to the pleas
ures of lli. "nesis. l nose win'
wer e present yere: .Mrs. . j .
Hijrprin of Manley, Neb.: Miss
Mallahan, Miss Mae Murphy. Mis-
Plattsmouth People Have Goad
Reason for Complete Reliance.
1 in you know how
To find n lief from backache;
To correct dist re-i-dnir urinary
To assist w.-ak kidneys?
Many people in tin's vicinity
know the wav.
Iiae used Ioan. Kidney Pills;
Have proved I heir worlh in rn.'i'iy
Hero's Plat I smouf h testimony.
and Pearl sln-ets.
ays: "For .-.-vera
bothered bv my kidneys.
ffen pained intensely
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man. .n orcnesira uaycu ,Io.,, iiiini,. ,.r ,.io(i,.i.i
- i .lid l ai 'i iiiiiuuiiiM "i iiiti1 fi.
i ne weuuinc inarcnes anq also a
program of music durincr the
MRS. A. JL WETENKAMP
TAKES DAUGHTER AND SON
TO PASTUER INSTITUTE
nreaKiasi wnien loiroweu me
service. Two banquet tables were
arranged for ihe breakfast, with
baskets of roses for the center.
pieces. The table in the dinin?
room had covers for eighteen and
the one on the porch covers for
Dr. and Mrs. Cobb will pro al
onco fo Sinux City, where they are
to make their Jiomc. Dr. Cobb i
a member of Siprnia Xn fraternity
and his bride is connected wilh
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.
J he out-ot-lown pruests were
as follows: The groom's parent-
Dr. and Mis. E. A. Cobb, Miss
Ceciie Cobb and Mrs. Do.limead
Harlan, Ta.; Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Linn. Mrs. James W Newell, Chi
cago; Mr. and Mrs. p., K. Atwood,
Cedar Creek, Xeb.; Thomas Evan,
St. Josepli, Mo.; F.dward Cassady,
jr., W'hiling, la., and the follow
ing from Platf smouth : Mrs. C. II.
Parmele, grandmother of the
bride; Mr. and Mrs. T. Tl. Parmel.
Mass.; Mrs. Mary Murphy, Mrs.
F. fi. Weber of Chicago, 111.: Mrs.
Walsh of Kansas City. Mo.; Mrs.
Hamlin, Mrs. E. J. Hichey, Mrs.
Frank Destor. Miss Carr ie Schul-
hof. Miss Minnie (iuthmann, Mrs.
Fred Fgenberger, Mrs. T. L. Mur
phy ot Omaha. Mrs. Anna 1 n 1 17
mann. Mrs. John Fitrht, M;s
Claire Mockenhaupf, Mrs. J. M
Vorndran and Miss Rose Yor:
C. C. Parmele.
Last evening Mrs. Albert A.
W'elenkamp and daughter, Miss
irace, and son, (llenn, departed
for Chicago, where the boy and
girl will enter the Pasteur insti
tute in that cilv for treatment for
the injuries inflicted on them a
few days ago from the bile of a
pet wolf at their home near
Mynard. The wolf was later killed
by Mr. W'elenkamp as it showed
signs of being affected with the
rabies and the head was sent to
Lincoln, bul it was impossible, on
account of the fact that the ani
mal had been killed by a blow on
the head from a club, to fell any-
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inmg anoui us condition, aim me j no Kensington club was en-
fainily was so notified. Tn orderhertained vesterdav afternoon in
fo be on the safe side in Ihe mat- a very charming manner at tin
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ier n was ueciueu io iaue me iionie of Mrs. V. I). Smitli on
young people to Chicago for treat- Winters teen Hill and despite the
ment, and not run any chances in excessive heat there was a large
the matter. attendance of the members of the
club present. The spacious lawn
was tilled wilh the ladies enjoying
Surplus of Food.
It is a greal error fo believe
fhaf the more we enl the more
benefit will the body derive from
it. The body can take care only
f a limited amount of food.
which differs wilh every individu
al, an.l the balance goes to waste.
This waste matter is poisonou-
and passing into Ihe blood it dis
tributes its poison to the nervom
yslem. It is absolutely neces.
sarv to get rid ot it as soon a-
some irregularity is noticed in
Ihe digestion of food, such as
constipation, .jaundice, erucfa-
Plal tsmouf li,
years I was
aches ami !iv spells Pothered me
and my siphl became so badly af
fected that I couldn't lead. Doan"
Kidney pills were so highly ree
immended that I decided to f : y
Ihem and go a box af (iering &
.. s Drug More, in a short time
hey helped me in every way. I
im never without j)oan s Knlney
Pills on hand."
Price fiOc. at all dealers. Don'l
simply ask for a kidney reined".
ret l).an"s Kidney Pills Ihe ame
that .Mrs. Ihinkman had. Foster
Milburn Co., Props., IhifValo. Xew
P. E. O. Notice.
Chapter F, P. . (i. Children's
day Meeting will be held af. e
home of Mrs. C. A. Maw Is. Friday
all eriioon al J.-.'io. insfead of at
I lie par k.
Paul Wohlfarlh was a passenger-
fin's a Iter noon t r- Omaha,
w here be . ill .-pe::d a f ew h. u rs.
Can't Keep It Secret.
The splendid work of Cham
berlain's Tablets is daily becoming-
lllo;-e widely known. No Mich
grand remedy for otnaeh and
liver troubles has ever been
known. For sale bv all dealers.
Mi v. F. M. Dniliner and wife
were among ihe pas.-cgers this
afternoon for Omaha, where they
were called on some matters of
One hundred and twenty-five
children will give the operetta,
"Cinderella in Flowcrland," at the
Permel 2 on Tucsdcy evening. This
is the first operetta given entirely
by children that has been pre
sented in Plattsmouth in fourteen
years.. Everybody come.
Take Plenty of Time to Eat.
There is a saying thai "rapid
eating is slow suicide." If you
have formed Ihe habit of ealing
too rapidly you are most likely
suffering from indices) j,,u or
constipation, which will result
eventually in serious illness un
less corrected. Iigeslion begins
in the mouth. Food should be
thoroughly maslienled and in
salivnfcd. Tio-n when you have a
fullm'ss of f!;e stomach or- feel
dull and stupid after eating, fake
one of Chamberlain's Tablets.
.Many severe cases of slomach
trouble and constipation have
been cured by the ue of these
table! s. They are easy to fake
and mo-d agreeable in effect. Sold
by all dealers.
Beware cf 01r.tmer.ts lor Catarrli
Ttzt Contain Mercury
and daughter. Miss Sarah fL lions, loss of appetite and of
Haker. Pollock Parmele. Mr. and strength. Triner's American
Mrs. Cieorge Dovey. Mr. and Mrs. F.lixir of Bitter Wine is the rem-
IHE KENSINGTON CLUB
ENTERTAINED AT THE HOME
OF MRS W. 0. SMITH
edy you need. It will clean out
Ihe body and prevent many a
serious sickness. It is very good
in troubles of the stomach and
the intestines. At drug stores.
Jos. Triner, Manufacturer, 13,.'-
1339 So. Ashland Ave., Chicago.
III. After a heavy exercise you
should rub your body wilh Trin
or s Liniment.
anil i-itiii; .t-t 1.-' ti i-ra::;:' ti.i- in
vniiTiiiir it t r -1 : ! i Hii- nini'oio
nrtii-l'M sli.n:M ni v. r In- iimi! i-m
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Fire, Tornado and Au
5 percent Farm Loans
OFFICE, COATES BLOCK.
Now is the time to get rid of
vour rheumatism. Try a Iwenfy-
five-cent hot Me of Chamberlain's
Liniment an.l see how quickly
your rheumatic pains disappear.
Sold by all dealers.
Pleasant Birthday Surprise.
A very pleasant birthday sur- the cooling breeze from the river
prise parlv in honor of the mini- 1111(1 in Peasant social conversa-
. It- 11-1 1 1. .
versary of Miss Theresa Kelly un unui a suuame umir, win -a Windham
was given at iiartield park on t'1 were invited into ine (fining
Monday evening that was thor- r-i" to partake of a most deli-
oiighly enjoyed by the jolly crowd finus luncheon served in sur-
of . veiling la.Iies present. The time roundings in keeping with the
was spent in delightful social delightful event. Throughout the
conversation as well as the en- -lining room and on the table
joyment of a delicious luncheon, vf,ro lovely yellow lilies that add-
and at a lale hour the jolly party " a touch of beauty to the scene,
adjourned for their homes." Those The hostess was assisted in serv
ing and entertaining by Mrs. n.
Zucker. As guests of the club
Mesdames D. IL Smith, R. M.
Shlaes and Val Burkle were present.
K. & L. of S. to Give Lawn Social.
The members of I'lalte council.
K. & L. of S., will lake notice fhaf
there will be a lawn social for the
members at the home of It. 15.
on North Sixth sired
Monday evening, June 21). There
will be an informal program, and
refreshments will be served. It
will be an enjoyable occasion.
Laura K. Thrasher,
who were present were: Misses
Yerna Hatt, Delia Moore, Jessie
Moore, Theresa Kelly, Mamie
Speck, Bell Speck, liena Kopp,
Pauline Thittery, Marie Jelinek,
Lisa Woods and Sophia Chau-
Paul Outland of Omaha re-
turned this morning to the
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