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MONDAY, DFCTMI'XR 7. 101 1.
PLATTSMOUTH SL'MT-WEEKLY JOUT.NAL.
cpfozitz jounnAL office
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1 f. 7" widow ; ; d
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a. a- ! to ...e ,!:: ':'i' Court
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v.- "'. a "an red -"-room cot-
t . trl r k.d.'.s ar.u city
i . .. cellars 1 two lots,
: " f'.ipi town. l orl
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m r.ow on you wiil hear Christmas! Christmas!
Chri-- mas ! ?e;".dri!y. The Holiday buyine; season is
o.riir.T cl i- r : a i closer. .ie oa undeci'led as to the
(lifts v ou should purchase for Mother, Father, Sister,
Rro 7 r ': Sweeth.eart? May we s newest the advisability
of pu -cl:a--!:vr Jewelry for Christmas (lifts? Jewelry
Oifis are rdways apprpriate and acceptable and in our
la -.are stoc!: of excellent
Watches, Silvcrvare and Novelties
you will have no dilliculty in making selections at the
p:i.-e- you wish to pay.
Our prices are within the range of all, from the mod
est Gift to the most elaborate.
We will lay aside any pieces you may desire.
J. W. Crabill, 1
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
Omn th time.
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I". . r. v..- ha. . i-:i;;v!-.u r-weei
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!;.irrt i Terns Mis-inu.
Vv.-- Ile.-ry Doec!;, for the accom-
,; '.. i i il i tcrnvN in hi-; hilild-
t!,. c-vr erof Mnfn an
1 SiMth !
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been keeping a lartre
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'a'ai '.'.ati.'l Was I aa.JU a .V..v 1L Siaiea
j.. , . few d ivs a"o sorre party I
',. , a:-t;oS m. de away v.'ith the barrel j
. i p ,.ek is vei v desirous of :
;,!.!.- :.t I.ow Irivs.
- i- (. -.j- Vi- lit 1 i p!..y ?
:-' :'v"-:'- ; t ji-.o- t;e party wl:o was lesponsi
vnie : ta , ,-ol. ti e theft of the barrel and to
,:.'.. e its i eturn. There could be i.
)-.-:. .e rea- n ;r iaK!r.r me oarrei
an. ..a it was pare meanness, ana tne
i er.-en doinj so should be compelled
t. st.tVe.- the co: - 'uence.
WIGHT "A MODERN EVE"
j F-;.!7tk-s en "A Modern Kve" after
it Chicago i un r.t th: I iace-as the.a-
.ea.a u.c .alaVar.e; in -Ct e.Ua.a
; farts: It oiiened at the Carrak thea
April ! and ran there until Sep-
:r! l- he: it was transferred to
the IVaice-: it piled up a total of 23o
performances in Chicago; trivine; nine
with two holiday matinees; I
ai d it ::r. e away no souvenirs; it
celeb, ate.l the passim; of its "JoOth
'(.r form a r-(-e with a mid.riktht cabaret
how. of oimteer stellar talent val-
nal at spl.ono. thereby establishing
:i p- ecedeirt which has .-irce been fol-
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. . . ' i I i till. i'.rv iiiiri w.4i -
br a r.n 1 it outlived nineteen compet-ja-oiaa
t nr in ( 'h icaro during it-'
0,.r...,i ri.;i there. This much-tnlked-of
peretta will be seen in this city at
Rarneb' tl'aater Wednesday
i'jht. Iiccmlier '.K
Social in District 97.
i The r anil - and teacher of School
!)i.-L!:ct .'o. '.'T will hold a box social
7i. the school house on Wednesday
'..,'' !,::. December H'.th. A program
jv.-i'l be rendet ed by the pupils. All
, h.d:es a i e reoue-Ued to brinj; boxes.
, " c yi ody invited.
j Mas Henrich, Teacher.
i Sell jour property by an ad in The
A Si ACCIDENT
iLLER, AGE 17
Shoots Himself While Out Huntini:
Willi Some Companions, Which
Wour.il May Prove Fatal.
One of the saddest accidents that
has happened in this city for many
months occurred Saturday afternoon
ilioiit ":.10. when Alhert. the l"-year-
il son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller,
l e-.':di::: i;i the north part of the city,
:.i - aecideiitaily shot an 1 may not ve-
-)vr from the injuries sustained ly
Albert was enjoying a Saturday
vaca'.ion and had started out with
.-ome companions alone; the Missouri
I'acitie tracks, north of the depot, and
had. with him a liJ-caliher rifle with
which he intended doinir some tarjret
shooting-. He, with his companions.
v'"as enjoy:nr themselves, and Albert .
stopped to adjust his rifle and was !
leani.i atrainst it when the weapon
was discharired the bullet enterir.tr i
(i:.miu a mi' nie si.'in.A.i
and intestines, where it lodged. The i
boy was huiried to receive medical j
assistance and the serious condition of i
the younj; man was at once recofrnized j
and he was hurried to Omaha, where
a more thorough examination as to J
the location of the bullet could be j
made. At the time of the fehootinr it
was feared that the lad could not re
cover from the injuries, but every ef
fort was made to irive him what aid
From what can be gathered as to
the cause of the accident which had
such terrible results for Albert, it
seems that the companion with whom
he was troing out hunting was tryinjr
to secure the rifle on which Miller was
sittinpr, and in so doinpr the boy's hand
slipped from the barrel of the weapon,
and in doinjr so struck the tri-rirer,
which caused the pun to be discharged
and the bullet entered the body of the
boy, being deflicted by a bone and
taking a zig-zag course through his
body into the stomach.
The deplorable accident is another!
cnapier in me long, long ti i -
cidents which can be laid at the door
of the careless handling of firearms,
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and shows that at all times the ut
most care should be exercised in the
handling of weapons of this kind.
Advices from Omaha this morning
point to the condition of the young
man as being the best that could pos
sibly be looked for under the circum
stances and there are now very bright
hopes of his recovering from the ef
fects of the wounds he received. The
friends of the young man and the
family will anxiously await further
developments in the case and trust
that the improvement may be con
tinued. When you are looking for the very
best articles in the line of fancy box
stationery, call at the Journal office.
where you will find an excellent
variety to select from.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
1 mo iifebMiMii mo i
ill . . - t! ! At the regular m-elkv
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THE CHRISTMAS SH
BY THE ST. MUM'S D0110
ONE GBAND SUCCESS
The ("In i.-tmas -lnp, which was heal j
by the ladies of Si. Mary's (lui'.d in !
the Hotel Riley block Friday and Sat
urday, proved a most successful af
fair in every way and as a r' sult of
their efforts the ladies have reali :ed a
neat .-uin of money from the .-ale oi'i
the many handsome, aid dainty ar-
; features of the market Saturday was
tr.e noon'Jav H.iHiiton served ;;:" :
rreat many took adw j.ta:-e of the. c-I
; casion to he present am
ke ! j.neheo:! I
( v. iJ: the ladio The market was c
tinned today in ordr to tit-pose of aj
number of articles and to atl'ord tho--e!
who had been unable to attend on the
two previous dav a ehar.ee to .'e'-n'v'
some suitable hii.-tir.as jini'.n:-1
Our new Ienni-on line of Christ
mas I.oxes have arrived, ami in this
line you will Jind the na'ii'.somest as- ,
soi tment of containers lor your trtits : a
to your friends and lelutices. These,'
boxes are made for all kinds of pres- i "
e.ii..-., nwi. u.t .-i.i.i.ii . i ...i...... v. ; . i-.
as 1 a r. ere as you may desire. Call and
see this line if you are looking f(.r .'
handsome boxes; they will surely
please you. The Journal Stationery
CLARENCE E. ROBINE, FOR
MER PUTTSMOUTH CITI-
ZEN COMMITS SUICIDE
Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock, in
wii.aua, vaaieuce i. iooine, a loiaier
Plattsmouth resilcnt for a number of
years, ended liis earthly career by tak
ing a dose of carbolic acid, from which
he died a short time later while being
taken to the hospital for treatment
for the poison. Mr. Robine was some
41 years of age ami was born and
reared in this city, where the family
resided for a great many years, but as
far as known Clarence and a brother
. Uvlhort .,. th ,.t of thl
family to be left, the others having
passed away. The whereabouts of the
oilier tii-rilhor llArlinvt n r rint tnmvn
either here or in Omaha, where Clar-;
encc had !een making nis home at i
. . . . . . .
2")54 Cuming street. Mr. Robine was a
painter by trade and was miite suc
cessful in this, but his solitude evi
dently weighed upon his mind and he
made the final step that leads to th.e
end. The inquest will be held in Oma
ha this morning by Coroner Crosby
and the body brought here for burial
in the family lot in Oak Hill cemetery,
where the other members of the fam
ily are reposing in their final rest. Mr.
Robine was unmarried at the time of
How to bankrupt the Doctors.
A prominent New York physician
says, "If it were r.ot for the thin
stockings and thin soled shoes worn
by women the doctors would probably
be bankrupt." When you contract a
cold do not wait for it to develop into
pneumonia, but treat it tit once. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is intended
especially for coughs and colds, and
has won a wide reputation by its
cures of these diseases. It is most
effectual and is pleasant and safe to
take. For sale by all dealers.
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i:7, part lt 1. ail of !!.
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I-'arnitr.-.' State I'ank to .
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17: " y, lo' s ." and '., blo-.-i:
J. city. '...;;.-:d.-rat . .
1 F. Ri.Sy to V.. M. Ruby,
t! half SK i: Itl'
2T-11-1!. Co --ider'at;-.;.. . 1 .'" . "n
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a. w .'! ..- v.a- n.v tne : i-
- s o? hi i!e;-r.ev. J. yd .-'et:-o;i
'" ( o-'ad, v. h.o i- n !, op-, rated on '.!
I pen.ia at :
and ?l-a R. K. bo ;;: an.
7c:i and Mrs. Net i. :-.;a".t''-n of i -
; T',ion motor ed .' '.7 ea r Sai".:-dav ! ;
eiaioon t .' st- v i-i.: arid '
or a : ..-:t is;t wit.i :e
Sale .t tracts a (7.nl ( rowd.
of 7 if.-1 's and ;rrading ort -
lit belea-rii a; to the e.-tatt of the lade
: C.e-rge II. Roi all was la id Satunlav
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tori'.ey j . t. i'.vver. tr.e'
oa.te a number of hoa- r. as well a 7
consideraide other stuf' belo-ating to;
j the e. tate soid. and the -inn of si
; was realized I rem the sal e. 11:-? h e.d-
ing of th.e sale drew ouite a lt;-ge
mar.c of tlie farmers
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?Iiss Ilioanor Tcild returned thi
morning to Oraahr., where shoe will re-1
same her sttniies in the public schools.
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P5! 1 IS! v- i !
PARMELE THEATRE! D5SM?R
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North II. Sinner's Dest Comic Opera Offering the Translated German Opera
Perfectly Cast with Fifty Selected Well Known Players and the Now Famous
ORIGINAL "MODERN EVE" SHOWjGLRL CHORUS!
With WALDErSG &. ACXEF1LIMO, Premier Novelty Cancers
All New Tolr Production with Fifty People!
The BigrestShov Coming This Season. Prices 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and a few at $1.50.
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W. ELECT OFflOEBS FOR
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t lienrv j:a.n ".: r stmoia; u.j pas-
1, vr-terdav for Omaha, where
h was caid t. vi.-:i m that clcy with
i s and f ;'
Ceui ty Cr:nas a..ner .i.dius l'llz
is nman-- the ra- n-ci s this morn-
the eurlv V. rrlarr'rn train for
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" the best show in
1 catchy music.
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j :nr. A real musical come-.iy v. mi a
I beauty irirl cl'.orus. at Parmele thca-
! Su!)cribe for The Journal.
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-ONE NIGHT ONLY
Songiest, Danciest Play cn the Musical Stage To-day
l;i'-!:t j.o.' i; i'.e tinv- for you to
in :.!.; !...! o.r ; r .e;v 'o': of
has j i--t 'w.'.n eomfneted, and w
iy t j l.'.ij ''
fill out v jr Ji-t.
e-li'.ii i- well ai'i.-d v.'ili 17"'h
,.; -j, j-;.- '.:;. jn. !:(! book
!a..v- atin i i'.an i feature.
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line of I'.. l is;.. u Ivor;
the latest designs.
Pulls O.T a Jake.
Yc.-terday afternoon a youn.LT 7dy
"..a.o ha- been v Isitin in the city f o
i.'.eral t a s v. it'u her r laiive
1 friend.-, e'enai led f r Lor home in tie
;.a to secure the proper railroad con
nection-', and to assist her that far on
' her journey a you re; man, at v.h-o-e
. nome u:e iajy i::u: oeen a jruest, v...
;'!.'.aa''d ure -I ti. si to tl'.e me
, liopoiis with he;-. The fact of t!
' i ' i
v tr.e youn.ir people v.-a s
ti.'otd O i to . ...t.e oi tr.e 1 . ..! .- ot
he youn'-r rra:;. who gathered at the
if . ot well supplied wi'h rice, an 1
.'.c-r th.? train ariived the two in-
i aacent -a::ivs were t ho or, v
i-e l wi'.'i the favorite Ohir.c.'t
prc-er.ted with r.u
s Ma v, fin? in this mcnirc f'eri
heir hoaa? t ear Tdynaid and w-ne
r.a. rar the pa-sen.-ors for Omal a,
eh ere ihev will visit for the d-iv 1 1.-
i 'rr; after s .me matters of busine.--.
j Puper inter.dent W. S. Askw.th of
' - 7arcni- Home in this city wa
. am c,nr
th? j-assctpjers this morniea"
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! liking after some mr.f-
of bu-'lae-s in connection wah
; the meeting of the offic ial board of
scribe for The Journal.
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in Two Special Cars!
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