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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1906)
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'c mutt nil id in of i"t ii .f.- Kilitr Jiiinttl.
for childnm taf;. lurt. Mo oplatti
Living Within Three Miles of Town
hnmnht a hog ticket to the bank to have it cashed.
Instead of taking the money lie decided to open a
checking account with us and pay his hills by check.
The bank issued him a pass book with checks. There
were several small accounts about town the fanner
paid bv writing out a check to each party lie owed.
These checks came to the bank, were cashed, and
charged to the farmer's account. The first of the
month the farmer brought in his bank book to be bal
anced. His checks were returned to him. He dis
covered that each check answered the purpose of a
receipt. Furthermore, he found he had a complete
record of everv trunsactiou.
Murray State Bank.
Chas. S. Stone, Cashier. Murray. Neb.
It, A. Root, was an Omaha visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Long were In
Kelly Rhoden purchased a new huggy
In Hattsmmith this week.
lVter Smith was a business visitor
In the county seal Monday.
Mrs. A. L. Itaker was In I'latts
mouth Thursday of last week.
Frank Davis, tho Weeping Water
clothier, was In Murray Tuesday.
lion Hart has returned to Murray
and Is In tlie employ of lr. (Jllinore.
Fred and Adam Shaffer shipped a
ear of cattle Monday to South ( Mnaha.
Edmunds & lirown are placing a
new wire fence around the parsonage
Mrs. .1. V. l'ilinan and daughter,
l'.irdie, of I'nloii, were victors In our
Holmes & Smith have established a
post card station at their store. Sec
their tine line.
Miss Marie Herder was visiting a
few days this week with her sister,
Mrs. Jas Rrown.
II. B. Stone and Charley Hall, from
Nehawka, were visiting In and near
Miss Francis Yallery was visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Rrendel
a few days this week.
Miss Virginia Heed, niece of J. A.
Walker, returned to her school work
in Hastings, Sunday.
Mrs. A. L. Raker, Mrs. Charles Car
roll and Miss Ylola Young were In
Plattsmouth last Saturday.
Dr. Hen Hoot, of Phillips, et)., was
visiting his father. H. A. Hoot, In
Murray a few days this week.
Miss Margery Walker, who is attend
lug school at Peru, spent a few days
with home folks the latter part of lust
Hev. Hitchic has been on the sick
list for the past week and was unable
to attend services at the church last
(Jlen Pawls, who has been assisting
in the Holmes & Smith store, returned
to his home In Plattsmouth Saturday
Miss Gertrude Long departed Tues
day for a visit with friends and rela
tives In Lincoln and other points In
the central portion of the state.
Mark Hurton was taken suddenly 111
Sunday evening with a severe attack
of pneumonia. He is still confined to
his home and is a very sick man.
Dr. jllinore and wife and Miss Mar
gery Walker were in riattsmouth last
Saturday evening, at which time the
Dr. and Miss Walker were initiated
Into the mysteries of the Pastern Star
Fate Davis was in Omaha last Sat
urday. J. W. Holmes was In Omaha last
Miss Carrie Allison was In Omaha
Dr. Hrendel and w ife were In Platts
mouth last Friday evening.
Mrs. o. A. Davis was a Nebraska
City visitor Saturday of last week.
Mrs. Charles Creamer and Miss Jew
ell were in Weeping Water Saturday.
Fdiniinds & Hrown received a car
load of white pine linMi and siding
lumber tins ween.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Theo.
Ainlck have entirely recovered from
their recent sick spoil.
MesdamesC. A. Pawls, Joe Pawls
and Paulson were visitingatthchomes
of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Holmes, last
(ieorgc Edson and wife, of York,
Neb., old residents of Cass county,
wero visiting Murray mencis a iew
days this week.
As usual, with the tirst bright days
of spring, Dr. Jake Hrendel commences
to beautify the surroundings of the
home place. Wednesday he was en
gaged In grading In front of the otllce
Ern Carroll met with a, slight but
very painful accident last Saturday.
While leading one of his horses the
animal jumped and kicked In a play
ful mood, and In some way dislocated
Em's wrist and thumb of his right
There are three cases of scarlet fever
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crede
Harris, east of town. The quarantine
was placed on the residence Sunday
evening, and every precaution is being
taken to conlino the disease to Its
Dr. Ciilmorc and Kelly Rhoden were
In ( imaha Tuesday, where Kelly called
upon Dr. Allison and underwent a
minor surgical operation In one of his
ears, which has been troubling him
for some time. He returned home in
the evening greatly relieved.
W. II. McDanlel was out Tuesday
with his paint brush "slinging" white
paint for all that was out. He was
doing some fine work, with a hopo
that he might secure the contract for
painting the new orphans' home under
course of construction at Aurora,
Our old friend, Levi Husterholtz,
living two and a half miles west of
town, Is contlned to his bed with a
severe case of dropsy. Mr. Ruster
holtzhas lived on his present home
place for the past forty years, and has
a host of friends In Cass county who
w ill regret to learn of his serious sick
ness. C. C. Tucker and wjfe are rejoicing
this week over the arrival of a new
baby girl at their home last Saturday.
The mother and little one are doing
nlce'y, and Mr. Tucker is the happiest
man in the county. Grandpa 1)111
steps around as proud as can be, and
appears at least twenty years younger.
The annual meeting of the Murray
State bank was held Tuesday of this
week. This reliable banking house
made a good showing for the past
twelve months, under the ctllclcnt
management of Cashier St one. Among
the other business transacted at this
meeting Leslie Hall was duly appoint
ed assistant cashier.
Hogus solicitors for donations for
charitable institutions Is one of the
lowest forms of graft. Fake solicitors
have been frequenting our town every
few months preying on the benevo
lence of the people. One good rule Is
not to subscribe to any stranger, and
another Is to send some of these crim
inals to the penitentiary.
Four trained nurses from Omaha
are now employed In the vicinity of
M urray, something never before known
In the history of the community. One
Is at the home of Martin Puby, one at
Theo. Muck's who Is taking care of
Miss McFadden, one Is still at the
home of Grandma Klser taking care
of the old lady who Is still contlned to
her bed, and the other at the home of
Ad Klser, who lias been quite sick for
sometime. These trained nurses arc
pretty expensive, as they get a salary
of $-.," per week each, but where there
is sicsness in u uangcruus nuuirt! mey
surely earn their money.
Holmes & Smith, Murray, Neb,
Specials for Saturday, April 14
Upon investigation we find ourselves very long on Canned Corn still having 200
full cases and as same must be moved before the new crop, will offer you
5 Cans for 25c on Saturday Only
Mammoth Potash Lye, one-fourth Larger than Any Other we will sell
Four Cans for 25, and gucrantee this lye to equal the best on the market.
In our HAT DEPARTMENT we are going to offer you a 20 per cent Reduc
tion on all hats ranging in price from Sc to $5.00
These prices are for Saturday only, and for Cash
Holmes & Smith. Murray, Neb. j
JOURNAL DOLLAR RETURNS
A Rejuvenating Remedy.
A great sensation among the fair sex
created a French professor by a public
announcement that he found a remedy
which return youth and beauty to
every lady. Orders and money were
sent by thousands but. the remedy
proved to be an ordinary face powder,
harmful to the complexion. You may
cover your face with a powder or some
other cosmetique, but covering does
not mean curing. 'It Is necessary to
use Trlner's American Elixir of Hitter
Wine w hich will give you new blood
a healthy, pure and rich blood. It will
then give you a new complexion the
complexion of health. It will make
your digestive system active and will
make the organs of your whole body to
harmoniously collaborate. There is
no remedy producing a better effect
than Trlner's American Elixirof Bit
ter Wine. It cures, heals, stimulates,
and strengthens. If your complexion
Is not perfect, If your appetite is weak,
If your strength Is declining, you
should use this natural remedy. At
drugstores. Jos. Trlner, T'.v.i South
Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111.
After a Visit to Some of the Neighboring
Towns it Returns Home.
After an extensive visit among its
friends in the south part of the county
the Journal Dollar is back home with
two tags pretty well tilled with names
of merchants and farmers. We are
all glad to see its smiling face again.
After passing through all the business
houses in I'nion it made a trip over to
Nehawka and circulated one whole
day and then returned to Union where
it took several trips out among the
thrifty farmers of that vicinity. It
proved iiuite popular down in that
sect ion and became so much so that it
was handled quite freely.
This morning Koy t rans was up
from Union, and happening to have
the dollar in his possession, he left it
at the Perkins house where he and
some friends ate breakfast. It has
been on its mission to Omaha, it has
bought goods hi every establishment
n Union; it went over to take a peep
at the beauties of Nehawka; it has
visited Murray and Mynard and has
found its way Into the pockets of
many of the hard tolling yeomenry of
Cass county. If It could only talk and
tell of Its travels it could relate a most
wonderful story. It has paid many
debts and fed many mouths. Its
mission has been lauded and it has
thus far fully demonstrated what
dollar can do when In circulation at
but will move to Casscounty sometime
during the next twelve months.
They also made a sale of the Spader
acre farm, west of town, the same
being bought by J. M. Roberts of the
Plattsmouth State Hank.
The city property of II. ('. Smith,
located near the H. & M. shops, was
sold to Mrs. Gus Schliskc.
L. B. UNDERWOOD
A Full Line Farm Implements
including the David Uradlev make
and Peter Shuttler farm
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Get our Prices lefore Buying.
L. B. UNDERWOOD, Murray, Neb
A special from Lincoln to the
Omaha Hec says: "The board of
secretaries of the state veterinary
hoard is holding its regular examina
tlons today, with thirty-two young
and old men participating. This
examination is held under the law en
acted by tho late legislature, which
provides that no one In the state shall
practice veterinary medicine under the
title of a veterinarian without first
having secured a license from the state
board. Considerable opposition has
been aroused among the old time prae
tltioncrs, who say they will be unable
to pass the examination because of the
technical quest Ions asked, t hough they
have been practicing for twenty years
or more and know all about the inside
and the outside workings of a horse
"A. P. Rarncs of Plattsmouth, who
has been practicing for twenty years
called upon the governor today and
protested against the enforcement of
the law, which he said was passed
merely to drive the old fellows out of
the business and make way for the
younger men who have yet to build up
a nractlce. lr. Harries was advised to
take the examlnat Ion and did so, it be
Ing the belief that the old timers will
have no trouble In passing.
" I r. Peters of the state university
a memlier of the board of secretaries,
said the law was passed to catch the
fellows from other states who jump in
to Nebraska and do a lot of business
because of sensational advertising and
who have no license to practice here.
The old timers, lie said, can go right
ahead and practice, provided they do
not call themselves veterinarians and
many of them are doing that rather
than take the examinations."
A Change of Base.
A few weeks ago John Fassbender
md family removed to Hastings, Neb.,
where he had previously bought out a
large furniture establishment. They
had hardly got their household goods
unpacked, when Mr. Fasiibender had
an opportunity to sell out and he did
so. 1 le proceeded immediately to Wa-
hoo, where he purchased a large fur
niture and undertaking establishment
and the family is now pleasantly locat
ed in the county scat of Saunders. The
Journal wishes them success.
or mortgagedrawn. see John M. Leyda,
Gund building. Work promptly and
neatly done and charges reasonable.
"Generally debilltatet for years.
Had sick headaches, lacked ambition,
was worn-out and all run-down. Rur
dock Rlood Hitters made me a well
woman." Mrs. Chas. Freitoy, Moosup
If you want a real estate loan at
reasonable rates; or a reliable abstract
of title, Insurance policy, security
bond of and kind, or a contract, deed
William Erhart met with a serious
accident while working in the Held
last Wednesday. He was harrowing
when the team he was driving became
frightened. He went around to their
heads, but they grew unmanageable,
knocked Mr. Erhart down breaking
three of his ribs and bruising him
badly. Dr. Green was at once called
and did all he could to render the In
jured man comfortable, buthe is still
suffering severely from the etTects of
his Injuries. Weeping Water Repub
Real Estate Changes.
The Falter & Tate Real Estate Ex
change have been pretty busy for the
past few days selling and "swopping"
property In the various parts of the
county. Among the sales made was
the O. K. Furlong tract of land, near
Rock Bluffs, sold to Stacy Lee of Paci
fic Junction. Mr. Lee will rent his
new possession for the present season,
from prized Orpington
chickens. Several mat
ings of this years' eggs
PRICES REASONABLE !
W. G. Hamilton
in any style
Regular Meals j
If you are hungry we can supply
you with the pick of the market
5th door East of C ss Co. Bank
WINDHAM INVESTMENT COMPANY
Lands, Ranches and City Real Estate
In Nebraska and elsewhere bought
sold and exchanged.
Kentiils, Insurance imd Alistnicttnuof
'1'ltlcH. Money to lomi ut a low rate of
Intereston improved farms. Iliisiiiess
eorrespomleM in nil important cities
mill towns In tho I' lilted Mutes.
Telephone No. 20 and 98.
R. B. WINDHAM, President
W. W. WINDHAM, Secretary
THE CELEBRATED STALLION
will make the season of 1906 as follows:
Every day of the week at Porter's Barn,
except Monday, when he will be at the
home of John Porter, 2 miles west and 1
mile south of Murray.
TfirillS S10.00 to insure a colt to stand and suck.
For further particulars see
n J. I Ul mail rui ICl . uwners n
3( )0( 30 JCI
Dlllous? Feel heavy after dinner?
Tongue coated? Rlttcr taste? Com
plexion sallow? Liver needs waking
up. Poan's Regulcts cure blllou9
attacks. 25 cents at any drug store.
Do You Meed Furniture
'ELL, whv not lmv it while vou have the opportun
ity to get what you want at Greatly Reduced
Prices! Come in now and sec what I have left in
House Furnishings, Stoves, etc. I will please you
' V both in the price and quality of goods. I must give
possession of the room and the goods MUST IJE SOLD!
Prices will not he in the way if you want the goods.
Gome and See the Old Furniture Man!
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