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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1906)
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Murray State Bank.
Chas. S. Stona, Cashlsr. Murray, Neb. ,
Mrs. Geo. L'onrad, from near Nehaw
ka, was In Murray Monday.
Chas. Carroll and son, Urn, were
J'lattsmoiitli visitors Tuesday.
Mr. Cllne, Father of San Cliue is
iultc sick at his homo this week.
A. M. Holmes was visiting his mauy
l'lattsmouth friends last Saturday.
Miss Pauline and Fay Oldham were
In l'lattsmouth Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. G. II. Gllmorc and Mrs. J. A.
Walker were In riattsmouth Tuesday.
Chas. Cole, from near Murray, was
visiting with Murdock frlendsSunday.
Frank Schllchtmcier shipped two
cars of cattle to South Omaha Monday
Mrs. Terry Marsh of near Rock
RlutTs, Is reported on the sick list this
Mr. and Mrs. .lames I'.rovwi and Mr
and Mrs. Jeff Rrendel were In 1'nlon
Misses Mata and Laura hils were
delivering peaches In Murray Tuesday
G. II. Manners, of Weeping Water,
was visiting with his Murray friends
Miss Ll.le I.int.sch, of Omaha, Is
visiting at the A sc. 1 1 home, south of
town this week.
Mrs. J. C. Suavely and Miss Mary
West were riattsmouth visitors Fri
day of last week.
M. G. Churchill and wife were visit
inn with riattsmouth friends and rela
tives over Sunday.
O. A. Davis is hauling the material
to his farm home for the building of a
new circular cave.
Miss Clara Hall, of l'lattsmouth, Is
visiting at tho home of her sister, Mrs.
Theo. Amlck this week.
Quite a number of our people at
tended the Old Soldiers' Reunion at
Weeping Water last week.
Now Is the time to buy a buggy or
wagon. Rest bargains both In quality
and price. J. II. Cook, Murray.
Misses Laura and Bertha Pitman, of
near Nchawka, passed through here
Monday enroute to l'lattsmouth.
W. W. Hamilton Is building a new
addition to the farm house of Robert
Good, Bve miles southeast ot Murray.
Several new independent telephones
will be placed out to patruns of the
Murray exchange in the next few days.
Nellie May Tucker, tho little tjraud-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. Dill, is
quite sick at their home west of town
Ezra Murphy, tho Murray carpenter,
who bas been employed down near Ne
hawka. Is spending the week with
Adam Cook was In Murray Monday.
He tells us that he Is contemplating a
trip to Stanton county for a visit with
U. R. Nlchels departed Monday
morning for western Nebraska, where
OF THE I'EOI'LE OF MURRAY
df int nt in
Won't wait until you lave
a dray-load of money before
ynu (tpen up an account with
us. The chances are (me In
a hundred million that you
will never have that much,
certainly not If you don't get
Installment of It In the bank,
whero It will be drawing In
terest. We are after the little
depositor, lie will be a big
one later on. Thats the way
nine-tenths of tho well-to-do
men of to-day got their start.
I'.rg'n with one dollar here If
ho will spend a few days visiting with
Jos. Montgomery, from near Ilur
llngton Junction, Mo., Is visiting at
the homo of Geo. Wray and family,
south of town.
I..C. Rhoden purchased a line new
surry this week from our popular har
ness maker, J. II. Cook. The new rig
will be placed in the livery barn.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Miller of Plain
view, Neb., arc visiting in Murray this
week, the guests of Mrs. Miller's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edmunds.
(J. S. Stone, P. C. West and II. T.
Todd departed Monday evening for
a few'.days combined business and plea
sure trip up near Calgary, Canada.
J. F. Hendricks Is building a new
farm residence on the Chalfant place,
six miles southeast of Murray. Her
man Relke Is doing the carpenter work.
Several thrashers are running In the
vicinity of Murray these days and in
consequence thereof the business men
of our little town are taking a vaca
S. G. Latta is busll) engaged this
week making some repairs about his
town property, among which Is a new
concrete walk surrounding his resi-
L. II. t nderwood and the 1'itless
M'a!e man were interviewing our far
mers this week In regard to the many
good qualities of this popular weigh
J. H. Cook was a passenger for Oma
ha Tuesday evening going up to get a
new spi log wagon and a surry for his
trade. John Is placing a good many
W. A. Lew is expects to leave today
(Thursday) for a few days visit up In
Cedar county, to look after some Im
provements to be placed on his farm
A bouncing baby boy arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hyers,
near Rock HlutTs Wednesday morning.
Roth mother and little one getting
along very nicely.
Mrs. May Rryan, who has been en
joying a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Porter, south of town, departed Tues
day for her home in Randolph. Mrs.
Porter accompanied her as far as
Mr. and Mrs. Underwood and sister,
Miss Minnie Underwood, Mr. and Mrs.
James Holmes and Miss Anna Kcenan
and little Ralph Holmes drove down
to Queen Hill Sunday to enjoy an out
ing. Miss Marie Rerger went to Omaha
Tuesday morning to meet her cousin,
Miss Nellie Johnson, of Herman, Neb.,
who was enroute to Murray for a few
days visit at the Rerger home. They
returned in the evening.
Dr. Gllmoro went to Lincoln Wed
nesday morning as a delegate to the
congressional democratic convention.
L. II. Oldham and Frank (irauf went
as delegates to the state convention.
The Public Ear
We like to get the public ear whi n
ever we get such good news as we
are now able to tell you In the way
of our low-priced
Oxfords and Summer Goods
We never divulge an open secret of
this kind Id vain, ao the trade has
learned that when we say anything
It's so. A hint here is all that is
possible. Come In and get full par
ticulars. HOLMES & SMITH,
AM VICINITY KSl'ECIALLY 1
t'liK vicinity awl trill mml miwie to t'ti
Roth conventions being hell in that
Mrs. Miles Staiullsh and mother,
Mrs. McNurlin, of Murray are in
l'lattsmouth today, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. John McNurlin.
Mrs. E. A. Rurton, who has been
visiting with her brother, A. L. Raker
and family fQr the past two weeks, re
turned to her home in Surprise, Ne
braska, Wednesday. Mrs. Raker ac
companied her as far as Omaha.
The democratic convention held In
Lincoln Wednesday proved a combined
pleasure and business trip for II. L.
Oldham, as he met two of his brothers,
one from l'lattsmouth, and J. G., of
Reaver City, both of w hom were dele
Less F. Hall returned to Murray 3;it
Saturday evening after a few days
visit with home folks out at Peters
burg, Nth. He reports a very pleasant
time, lie will now be found on duty
at the Murray State Rank.
Ir. R. F. Rrendel drove to Plaits-
mouth Tuesday morning to make ar
rargements for his daughter, Miss
Ressle, to attend school In that place
the coming winter. Miss Ressle grad
ated In the Murray schools last spring
and wishes to take the higher branches
In l'lattsmouth this winter before en
tering the university.
Some of our readers have registered
a strong complaint against the Mur
ray "chicken grabber." They are of
the opinion that It is pretty tough for
the Industrious class of people to be
compelled to assist in supporting the
never works and never will in this
manner. We do not know who these
people are, hut It is certainly a mighty
mean trick to "swipe" a neighbors
Mrs. A. M. Holmes, who is still vis
iting with friends In Chilllcothe, Mo.,
writes to the Murray relatives that
she Is Improving in health. It will be
remembered that Mrs. Holmes and
the entire family where she Is visiting
were poisoned with canned meat a few
weeks ago, but they have all recovered
without serious results. Mr. Holmes
will probably Jgo to Chlllicothe in a
few days and return with Mrs. Holmes.
In converyation with Postmaster'A.
L. Raker, lie tells us that It is wonder
ful how great the rural routes have In
creased the paper business of the small
towns. At Murray tho Increase is
fully six times what they were receiv
ing at the time the routes were estab
lished. The letter mall, where the
government derives the greatest prolit
has not increased a great deal, and In
consequence thereof tho rural routes
are far from self-sustaining.
Tho farm home of our excellent
friend J. T. Porter and family, south
of Murray, was a scene of much pleas
ure and enjoyment last Sunday. Chas.
IUpner and family, of Weeping Water,
F. W. Fleming and family and Mrs.
James Fleming, of Nebraska City;
Mr&. Rlalr Porter, of Union: Mrs. May
Rryan, of Randolph, and John Dur
man and lady were among the visitors
that spent the day with Mr. and Mrs.
Porter. At the usual hour one of those
good old farm dinners was spread be
fore them, to which each and every one
did their part in devouring.
In Honor of Brother.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. II
Chrlswlsser In Reaver City, Furnas
county, Nebraska, a delightful party
occurred Saturday evening, August 11,
given by Miss Marie Cook In honor of
Mr. Troy Shrader of Cass county, who
is visiting with his sisters and broth
ers in that locality. The young folks
enjoyed themselves with playing vari
ous games. At 12 o'clock ample jus
tice was done to the inviting dainties
of the table served by Mrs. Wm.
Brldgewater and Mrs. R. H. Chrls
wlsser, after which the young people
departed for their homes wishing Mr.
Troy many more such pleasant times.
Those present were John Cook,
Ward and Guy Young, John Sapp,
Willie Wlnslow, Wllhclm Straub,
Frank Malone, Owen Winslow, Rob
ert Carr, Leo Gaynes. Llndsey Fults,
I. K. Malone, Robert Volgamore.l'rltz
Straub, Robert Shrader, James Cook,
Iclbert Brown, Troy Shrader, Mr.
Sulstrum, Roy Shrader, Johnnie
Rrldgewater, Mr. Long, Alex and Cur
tlccCormlck, Mrs. Fred Llnvllle and
daughter, Grace, Mrs. Wm. Bridge
water, Nina Hardin, Pearl Ricghlcr,
Myrtle Illnes, Anna Straub, Goldle
Brown, Edith Wlnslow.Rettie Straub,
Nellie Wlnslow, Maude Rrldgewater,
Elsie Wlnslow, Marie Cook, May
Strlcklen, Rula Rrldgewater, Roy and
Okr Wiki Was Thkkk.
A world of truth in a few words:
"Nearly all other cough cures art coo
ttlpallDg, especially those containing
opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Honey
and Tar moves tht bowels. Contains
no opiates." You can get It at f . 0.
t'rtcke Js Co's and Qerlng & Co's.
R TIIK JOURNAL READERS.
t'&ce it will uieur tnuU.r t.'iw UoUimj.
of all Kinds
is a, tfooil tiling, and in our
line we are prepared to in
sure you a bargain in every
Carriage, Buggy or Wagon
you buy from me. Call to
day and let us show you
what we have. Every vehi
cle fullv guaranteed.
J.H. COOK, Murray, Neb
George Wray't Home Burned.
The farm home of Geo. Wray, south
of Murray, caught tire Tuesday morn
ing about nine o'clock and totally de
stroyed, the cause being from a defec-
tlue Mue. Mr. and Mrs. Wray had just
returned from Burlington Junction,
Mo., where they were visiting among
friends and relatives, and Mrs. Wray
wasdoing some house cleaning and had
occasion to burn a lot of old waste pa
per In the stove, which caused the tire
to catch In the roof. Mr. and Mrs,
Wray were at home, but every elTort
to check the tlames were In vain, and
the house was burned to the ground
The household goods on the lower floor
were mostly all saved, but all in the
second story were destroyed. It was
almost a total loss to Mr. Wray, as the
house was only partially covered by in
Cancer of the Throat.
In a letter to his sister, Mrs. S. G.
Latta, Hon. David F. Patterson, of
Pittsburg, Pa., relates his experience
In undergoing an operation recently
for cancer of the throat. The opera
tion was performed by cutting from
the outside of the throat and the at
tending surgeon Is of the opinion that
every particle of the cancer has been
removed and that no further trouble
will result. The operation has tem
porarily removed his voice, and at pre
sent he is unable to speak above s
whisper, but the surgeon says this dif
ficulty will be overcome in a short
time. Mr. Patterson is one of the
leading attorneys of Pittsburg, also a
leader In political matters of the state
He is also quite well known in Platts-
mouth, as he Is a brother of the late
James M. Patterson of this city, also a
brother of Mrs. S. G. Latta, of Murray
and a cousin of J. A. Walker.
One of our excellent farmer friends,
F. M. Young, sr., passed his sixty
ninth mile stone last Friday, and in
honor of the occasion his children
those who are at home, and his good
wife planned a little surprise for him
Tho affair was complete In every par
ticular. At noon an excellent dinner
was serveu ana the afternoon was
spent In social conversation, with a
few musical numbers by the younger
people, iiiosc in attendance were
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Young, jr. and
family, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Young,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gapenand family,
Mr. and Mrs. J. r. Lewis and family
and Warren Wiley. The Journal Joins
with the many friends in hoping that
Mr. Young may live to enjoy many
more such happy occasions.
Don't drag along with a dull, biilioui
heavy feeling. You need a pill. Use
DeWltt'i Little Early Risers, the fa
mous little pills. Don't sicken or gripe
but results are sure. Sold by F. G
Frlcke & Co. and Gerlntr & Co.
Notice to All.
Notice Is hereby given to all parties
Interested, that my wife has of her
own free will and accord left my home
and bed, and that from this date for
ever more I will not be held rcsponsi
ble for any bills or accounts that she
may contract cither in my name or
her own. Josm-ii Kastoi.
Aug. n, r.xxi.
S IZt Teeth 05
Goli Crowns n, Bridja Tih 1vsod. P-wt-Uin
C-iwn li o up. Fillintt oe no. feetb
KtiracitU Ptiiiltu. New let tame day.
eUbllatM4 lM. PulM !.
i-p vl il C m-.i 'i.(! i.t.)
Mrs J. A. Kiser i at Ciiicaj,'".
Mrs. W. T. Ricl.ar.-Son i, vivtit. at
Miss Mae Vallery is visiting at
Miss Edna Proper is seeiug the
sights at Chicago.
A. j. Will is looking after his ranch
interests in Colorado.
I rank Richardson was down from
South Omaha Sunday.
Gillisple & Snyder are still shipping
hogs In a wholesale fashion.
A. L. Cox and wife are taking a va
cation at Chicago and the lakes.
Miss Bessie Tabbs is attending the
institute at Weeping Water this week.
Mr. Will Adams is attending the In
stitute at Weeping Water this week.
John Livingston and wife departed
Monday for Chicago on a pleasure
Mrs. Will Jean, who has been visit
ing her parents at New Haven, Mich.,
Is expected home this w eek.
Mr. Propst and boys are running
wo threshing outfits, and if the rains
ill let up for a while the farmers will
Mrs. W. R. Porter is at Peru ar
ranging for licr daughter,. Lva, who
expects to attend the normal again
Robt. Propst pulled into Mynard
the other clay with anew separator.
everything complete - self-feeder,
weights and blower.
The Modern Woodmen are to give
an Ice cream social at their hall Wed
nesday evening, August '."J. Everyone
Invlted.especially the Journal's editor
Our railroad agent, Mr. Ley, Is be
ginning to wear- a smile once more, as
he is expecting his wife home this
week from an extended visit with her
parents at Hiawatha, Kan.
P. Perry, wife and daughter.Menota,
returned Saturday from an extended
visit to their old home in North Caro-
Una. Later on this season they are
to take a trip to the Pacific coast.
A ltiO acre farm close to Murray; fair
improvements. For particulars cal
on or address C. S. Stonk,
n by does the sun burn? VThf does
a mosquito sting? Why do we feel un
happy in the good old summer time?
Answer: we don't. We use DeWltt's
Witch Hazel Salve, and these little ills
don't bother us. Learn to look for the
name on the box to get the genuine.
Sold by F. G. Frlcke & Co. abd Gering
Close Bifi Ranch Deal.
Through the hustling real estate
man, J. P. Falter, of this city, a deal
was consumated last Friday whereby
V. IieLashmutt, of Pacific Junc
tion, Iowa, becomes the owner of
tract of land, extending six miles along
Callmus river in Loupcounty, Nebras
ka. The ranch Is all bottom land, con
sisting or 4400 acres, with which are
Included 2,"0 head of cattle, .'10 head of
horses, all farm machinery and the
crops for this year. The property is
known as the old Pahlman ranch
formerly belonging to Omaha's popu
lar Mayor. Mr. DeLashmutt will take
charge of his newly acquired ranch im
mediately. The other parties of the
transaction were Messrs. Hunter
Bock and Peters, who in turn receive
the 240 acre farm occupied by Mr. De
Lashmutt, near Pacific Junction. The
above gentlemen will take possession
in this state it is not necessary to
serve a five days' notice for eviction
a cold. Use the original laxative cough
syrup, Kennedy's Laxative Honey and
Tar. No opiates. Sold by T. 0. Trick
Co. and Gering Je Co.
Dr. Ehter, Dentls,
Visit of An Old Pioneer.
Dr. E. A. Donelan, of St. Joseph
Mo., accompanied by one of his nieces,
will arrive in riattsmouth tomorrow
to visit his sister, Mrs. Conrad Schlater
and family. Dr. Donelan is a pioneer
citizen of Plattsmouth, but this will be
his first visit to this city for thirty
ycm. He formerly owned the build
Ing which Is now occupied by Jake
Heinrlch for a restaurant, In which he
conducted a drug store. Dr. Donelan
would like to meet all his plonee
friends, and all those w ho would like
to visit him are invited to do so at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Schlater
and talk overincldentsof ploneerdays.
We will give a chance on the largest
"gulck Meal" gasoline range In ou
store with every cash purchase of one
dollar. H. L. Asemlssen & Sons.
WINDHAM INVESTMENT COMPANY
Lands, Ranches and City Ileal Estate
In Nebraska and elsewhere bought
sold and exchanged.
KfiiUls. Inmir.mee inl Abstracting of
TltlK. Mony to lonn at n low rnt of
lnttn't on Improved frirm. Iluslnmw
CorrnsoondnnU In nil Important cltlM
nil towailn the United Hutcs,
TlelinM Ne. SO enS SS.
, W. m. WINDHAM, President
W. W. WINDHAM ,. Secretary
SXS $5,003 FOR 15
ma Suit Against Chief Fifzjrjid and
J3!:a IfcNiifiio Fiiei Tj2jj
bj Frank Fislx
ALSE AND FRAUDULENT PROSECUTION
!ai.T.2d by Plaintiff During Trial Be
fore Jadga Archer. Wne Fined Him
$8 on Several Charges.
Through his attorney. A. N. Sulli
van, Frank Fisher today filed suit for
damages in the sum of 15,000 against
John McNurlin and Joe Fitzgerald, to
recompense him for the injuries re-
ved while being arrested on the
10th of July: for the anxiety and hu
miliation he suffered during the fif
teen hours' Incarceration in the county
lastile; for the sum of paid to
Judge Archer to discharge the case;
for live days of labor lust on account
injuries received during the arrest,
and in general for the public scandal
which he was involved: for tho
damage to his reputation, and for the
disgrace and infamy resulting there-
The circumstance from which this
action arises occurred on J u!y U while
e carnival company was in this cltv.
The plaintiff to the case w as arrested
y Special Policeman McNurlin and
Chief of Police Fitzgerald, and in so
doing, the plaintiff complains, that he
as unlawfully arrested and impris
oned, without a reasonable or Drobable
cause. For this first cause of action
isher asks for $2,500 damages.
In the second cause the defendants
are accused of falsely and maliciously
prosecuting Fisher, before Judize Ar
cher, on a charge of being drunk, dis
turbing the peace, and several other
similar charges. The plaintiff also
claims that he was induced to nlead
guilty to this charge or face a more
serious one of libel.
For the two causes of action, the
plaintiff prays for $.-),000 damages and
costs of the action.
UNITED IN HAPPY WEDLOCK
Miss Mabel Hayes and Mr. Otto Wurl
Married at 9 O'clock Last Even
ing by Rev. J. T. Baird.
In the presence of a few' near friends
and relatives, Miss Mabel Hayes and
Mr. Otto A. Wurl were united in thn
holy bonds of marriau-e hv l!pr .T T
Baird, at (i o'clock last evening at the
home of the bride with Mr. and Mrs.
At the appointed hour the contract
ing parties quietly advanced to the
parlor, and were there pronounced
husband and wife, the Impressive ring
ceremony being employed. The bride
appeared very charming in a dress of
suadow embroidered swlss, while the
soon to be benedict bore himself with
dignity In conventional black. Many
sweet Mowers scattered their fragrant
perfume through the rooms and ma
terially assisted In the happy event.
After the ceremony, the newly mar
ried received the congratulations of
their friends, and then repaired to the
dining room, where refreshments were
served by Misses Gertrude Donnelly,
Gladys Sullivan, Bertha Rlchey and
The bride, who has been reared to
womanhood in this city, where she has
taught In the public schools for a num
ber of years, has a large circle of
mends, who regret to lose her from
their midst, and from the schoolroom
where she has won the love of her
The groom, who has also been reared
In this community, Is an active pro
moter of athletic sports, and he no
doubt will be greatly missed In the
athletic contests, that are frequently
new in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wurl deoarted
this morning for their future home In
Indianapolis, Ind. Enroute they will
stop in Chicago for a few days' visit
wiui ineuus. in inaianapoiis, Mr.
ii un nas ictcutijr aeuurea a lucrative
position as instructor in the gymnas
iums of the two hlffh s'hnnla ,,f thit.
city. The best wishes of the entire
cummumiy, among wnom tne Journal
uesires 10 ie numoerea, accompany
them to their home in the east.
The out of town guests present were
Prof. Ed. Schulhotf, Glenwood; Ed.
Guirtrenhelm. Unr-nln- Mrs Jna Mitch
ell and daughter, Miss Frances, Mrs.
Anarus, sirs. u. imimmond and sis
ter. Miss Mabel Sldell. Omaha: Mr.
and Mrs. I'aul Wurl and son of Byron,
Neb: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rlchey of
DR. J. O. BRUCE
Chronic Diseases Specialty
Coatna Block, room S3 andlM. Office hours
to I J h, ni I to & p. m. ami 7 to p. ni. by
polntinent. Tlphooe, oHIco 3t7; rualJenc
at Perkins Hotel.
All Winds of Dental work. Hlatea made that
Bt. year eiprteuct Price reasonable
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