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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1906)
rKKl'AUEl) IN TUB INTERESTS
nii of Vie muhrt of the Journal know of a cinl went or an Hon of
ll't tmiit ull Han of interest. Editor Journal.
The Ideal Economist
Murray Stale Bank.
Chas. S. Stone. Cashier. Murray, Neb.
Ed Elliott was In Plattsmouth
Tlios. Slavic was in Plattsmouth
Ernest Carroll lias been on the sick
list this week.
0. W. Uliodcn was In Plattsmouth
on business Monday.
Mrs. A. L. Raker was In Plattsmouth
Mrs. George Lloyd lias been on the
sick list for the past week.
The Jones CiralnCo. will soon In
stall a new gasoline, engine.
D. J. Pitman anil son, Dick, drove
to Plattsmouth Wednesday.
Luther Hall and Robert Kendall
were Murray visitors Sunday.
Mark Rurton of Nebraska City, was
visiting Murray relatives Sunday.
Postmaster A. L. Raker, of Murray,
was In Plattsmouthyesterdayevcnlng.
D. L. Amick and wife were visiting
at the home of N. Kloeum Wednesday
Mark Rurton Is making sonic needed
repairs on the school house this week
Chis. Pliilnot shinned elnht cars of
fat catt lo to South Omaha this week
Geo. Wray has Mulshed the founda
tion for his new homo south of Mur
Dr. Gllmore and James IIenJricl;
were in Plattsmouth Monday on Ihim
(!len Ehoden Is building a new barn
this week on the north place of his
Mr. and Mrs. George Eord, from
near Weeping Water were in Murray
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.Theo.
Amick is suffering with an abcess of
Dr. A. P. Itarnes was In Murray
Tuesday, being called here on a pro
The Murray elevators are pretty
busy again this week, taking in corn
and other grain.
Jos. , Burton, t of -; Murray , passed
through Plftttsmonth Wednesday, en
route to Omaha.
Mrs. Will Smith lias been on the
sick list for the past few days with an
attack of tonsil I Us.
Murray was well represented at the
Old Settlers' Reunion last Friday and
Saturday In Union.
Dr. Brendell and wife and Mrs. L.B.
Underwood drove to Plattsmouth
Miss Bessie Brendcl went to Avoca
Wednesday for a few days' visit with
her brother, Dr. Brendcl.
Hit "Stay SMIsfiKtorylt&tv$
I would like the opportunity to
demonstrate the merits of the
Malleable Range. It is not dif
ficult to convince the most skep
tical of its superior qualities.
There s reason in
the price, too.
L. B. Underwood, aT.
OF THE PEOPLE OP MURRAY
i.s neither a miser nor a
spendthrift. There is a
happy medium where
you can enjoy life and al
so lay aside something for
a rainy day. Make it a
habit to bring a fixed
portion of your savings
to us every pay-day. It
will be in as safekeeping
as human means can de
vise and is always availa
ble for use when you want
to draw it out.
James Mauck and niece, Miss Pit
man, drove through Murray Tuesday
enroute for Plattsmouth.
Mrs. J. A. Walker and daughter,
Mrs. (. II. Ollmore and son, Walker,
were In Plattsmouth Wednesday.
Miss Pearl Lowey has returned to
Murray from Chllllcotlie, Mo., where
she was visiting with her parents.
Made Miner, of Plattsmouth, Is In
Murray this week, assisting James
Loughrldge In the blacksmith shop.
Mrs. T.J. Brewlel was visiting Sun
day and Monday with her parents, J.
U. Vallery and family, north of town.
Miss Minnie Underwoi d, who Is vls
Itlnir In Murray with her brother, is
with friends In Omaha and llellcvue
Miss Anna L. Mack, cousin of Mrs.
Mont Bobb, of South Bend, Ind., Is In
Murray this week, the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Bobb.
Win. Hendricks Is assisting Herman
Beikc In the erection of a new house
for John lletKlilekson.on the Chalfant
farm this week.
A social dance will be given In the
Manners & Loughrldge hall Erlday
night by Ost and McCarty. A good
time is expected.
Hugh Robb, Miss Mary Finn, Elmer
Carpenter and Miss llessle McDanlel,
of Union, were guests at the Robb
home Tuesday evening.
John Klnser, the boss Plattsmouth
plasterer, Is In Murray this week put
ting the finishing touches on the new
residence of James Loughrldge.
G. Parker and wife returned home
Monday from their fifteen days visit
with friends and relatives In Denver.
They report a very pleasant trip.
BEST ON EARTH
ANI VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR
thin vkinity and wilhnml iw '. thi
Mrs. Chas. Swaub, who we report
ed as being quite sick last week, has
recovered suillclcntly to be removed to
her home six miles south of town.
James Darrow of Union was In Mur
ray Tuesday evening. He has just re
turned from Red Bluff, Call., where
he has been spending the summer.
Miss Nellie Johnson, who has been
visiting attbeBerger home In Mur
ray for the past week, departed Satur
day for her home In Herman, Neb. '
Andy Campbell, residing over near
Rock Bluffs, Is building a tine new
house and the boss Murray carpenter,
W. W. Hamilton, is doing the work.
Mr. J. A. Doughty, of near Nehaw-
ka, and Mrs. M. C. Whitehead, of near
Mynard, are visiting friends and rela
tives up In Dixon county, Neb., this
Mrs. 1. M. Davis and children, from
near Murray, departed Wednesday
for Lincoln, whore thev will visit with
the brothers of Mr. Davis for a few
The Stone farm, one mile south of
Murray was sold this week to Peter
Spangler for 7u an acre; This Is the
farm on which Bruce Stone has lived
for the past few years.
A new baby-girl arrived the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Thomas, three and
one-half miles northeast of Murray, on
Tuesday of this week. Both mother
and little one are doing nicely.
J. A. Walker Is still suffering with
his usual attack of summer eczema.
While It Is not as serious as a few
weeks ago, Mr. Walker sayshe has had
plenty to last him for several summers.
L. K. Stone, of Cherokee, Okla., and
J. M. Stone, of Nehawka, were In Mur
ray Monday. Lester is in charge of
the bank In Cherokee and came up a
few days ago to spend a few days with
Lynn Hopkins, of Vlllisca, Iowa, has
been In Murray a few days this week
visiting with his sister, Mrs. W. C.
Brown. He went to Omaha Wednes
day afternoon for a few days' visit
before returning home.
George, the sevcu-vcar-old son of
Nels Thomas, dislocated his arm at
the elbow Monday, by merely falling
to the ground while running. The ac
cident was quite painful te the lad but
no serious results are anticipated.
We paid a short visit to the mam-
Gel that New Suit
Do you know that we can take
your measure for a new suit of sum
mer or winter clothing? We have
a tine line of new and up-to-date
samples and will take great pleas
ure in showing them to you. We
ttike your measure and guarantee
perfect satisfaction In every partic
ular. Come In today and let us
show you what we hate.
HOLMES & SMITH,
moth peach orchard of II. L. Oldham
while In Murray Wednesday. It Is
certainly a beautiful sight to see such
a quantity of this excellent frult,morc
especially when the quality Is so fine
as this season.
Mrs. R. M. Shrader and sister, Miss
Truda Long, departed this morning
for the home of the former In Hend
ley, Neb. II. C. Long, who resides
near Murray, father of both ladles, ac
companied them as far as Omaha.
James Brown and wife and Miss Ma
rie Hcrgcr departed on schedule time
Wednesday morning for Lawrence,
Neb., where they will visit a few days
with a brother, J. W. Merger, and
family. They went overland, and will
make the drive to Lincoln the first
John Duck of Eight Mile Grove went
In Plattsmouth Wednesday enroute
to Burwcll, eb., where he w ill load
his cattle from the ranch and ship
them to South Omaha. It will be re
membered that Mr. Duck sold bis
ranch some time ago, and he Is clear
log tho place for the new owner.
The eight-year-old son of Ed MidkltT
residing seven miles southwest of Mur
ray, while running was thrown to the
ground and sustained a fracture of the
ankle. Tho lad will be laid up for sev
eral days, but the attending physician
says the Injured member will heal and
no serious results will follow.
' L. F. Hall Is In receipt of a letter
from C. S. Stone In which he says he
will be home about Saturday, that Is,
It he docs not miss the train, which he
did last week, and as they only have
one .train a week In the town where
THE JOURNAL READERS.
ftfire it vill upptar under tliii hcadimj.
of all Kinds
is a good thing, 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 fully guaranteed.
J. H. COOK, Murray, Neb
lie Is, they were delayed several days
on the return trip. The mystery to
us Is how the letter got out of the
town. Perhaps they raise carrier pig
cons in that locality.
D. L. Amick of Murray brought his
wife and daughters up this afternoon
to take the train for Glenwood, Iowa,
to visit friends.
C. S. Stone, cashier of the Murray
State bank, came In this afternoon
from his trip of sight seeing in Can
ada. He has been gone nearly three
weeks and seemed to be well pleased
with the country, but he did not In
form us as to whether or not he made
any Investments. Charley was look
The Journal publisher accepted the
kind invitation of I. M. Davis to ac
company hlra overland to Murray Wed
nesday morning Everything between
here and that nourishing little village
looks tine, In the way of crops. The
farmers need rain, and many have been
compelled to abandan the usual fall
plowing owing to the dry condition of
Miss Eva Allison, who has been
spending her vacation with her mother
and sister.Mrs James Allison and Miss
Carrie, departed this morning over
the Burlington, for Guthrie, Okla
homa, where she will begin her school
work next Monday. Miss Allison Is
one of the most competent teachers
reared in Cass county, and commands
the highest salary. Miss Allison was
accompanied by her sister, Mrs. J. n.
Hasenyeager of Tecumseh, Neb., who
is visiting at the home of her mother,
as far as Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Holmes returned
to their home In Murray last Friday
evening after a few days' visit with
friends in Chllllcothc, Mo. Mrs.
Holmes has been visiting friends In
that city for the past three weeks and
Mr. Holmes went after her a few days
ago. Mrs. Holmes, we are pleased to
note, returntd to Murray feeling bet
ter than she has for many months
past, In fact, this week she niadtj a
pan of biscuits, something she has not
been able to do for almost two years,
The many Cass county friends hope
that she may continue to Improve.
J. T. Lloyd wants his friends who
have clover to thresh, to understand
that he has a first-class huller In con
nectlon with the new Westcnhouso
machine, and Is prepared to do the
work in a most complete and satlsfac
Notice to All.
Notice Is hereby given to all parties
Interested, that my wife has of her
own free will and accord left ray home
and bed, and that from this date for
ever more I will not be held responsl
ble for any bills or accounts that she
may contract cither In my name
her own. Joskimi Kastpi.
Aug. !, l'.KVl.
I have purchased a new power and
lighting hay bailer and am fully pre
pared to do all such work on short no
tice. All work fully guaranteed. For
further particulars see me.
R. W. POKTKK
Two mammoth jacks, black with
mealy spots, weighing about 800 and
1000 pounds each respectively, and are
four and seven years old. For partic
ulars call on or write to J. L. Yovno
Murray, Neb. 8-23UM
THE LAST SAD TRIBUTE
All That Was Mortal of William
Eikenbary, a Former Citizen of
DEATH WAS CAUSED FROM SUNSTROKE
The Funeral Conducted by Dr. J T. Baird
at the Presbyterian Church.
The remains of the late William
Eikenbary arrived this morning from
Akron, Colorado, near which place he
died at the home of his son, A. It. Eik
enbary on Tuesday, August 28, IMG.
The remains were accompanied by the
son and wife and the wife of deceased
The funeral services of the deceased
were conducted from the Presbyterian
church In this city at 2 o'clock this af
ternoon, after which Interment was
made In the Eikenbary cemetery, two
miles south of Plattsmouth, and where
the deceased was laid to rest by the
side of his parents.
The deceased was born in Union
county, Indiana, February 2i, 1S:!3, and
came to Nebraska in ls;VI, where he
resided continuously up to the time he
went to Colorado, about live years ago.
Besides his wife, live prrown children
survive him namely. Mesclames T.
Swan, James Pitman and E. 15. Chap
man. I'titon: Mrs. Charles McNitmee
and A. 11. Eikenbary, of Akn.n, Colo.
The deceased was a brother of Henry
Eikenbary, who resides south of this
ity, nearly all of whom were present
at the funeral.
About two weeks aao the deceased
became prostrated from the heat while
engaged in doing some work on the
ranch, and but slight hopes were en
tertained for his recovery from the
time he was taken down, on account
of bis age, being 73 years of age at the
time of his demise.
Mr. Eikenbary was well known to
nearly all the pioneer citizens of Cass
county, and was most highly respected.
Many of his old friends were In attend
ance at tha funeral services, a number
of whom accompanied the remains to
their last resting place.
Five Generations Present. I
The Journal, several weeks ago, J
made mention of its old friend, Ivan
White, going to Grundy county, Mo.,
to attend the celebratlou of his' moth
er's one hundredth anniversary. In
speaking of this wonderful event, tiie
Lincoln Journal says: "Mary White
of Trenton,. Mo., who recently cele
brated her one hundredth birthday,
has relatives In Nebraska. Five gen
erations were In attendance. The 140
direct descendants present at the re
union w ere part of the 309 descendants
of Mrs. Mary White, who gave birth
to twelve children, live of whom are
dead. The seven living ones are:
Betsy Ann Herbert White, seventy
nine years old, Surprise, Neb.; Kath-
crinc IIobbSi'.s,eTepty-tiv years old,
California; Ivan White, sixty-nine
years old, Rock HlutTs, Neb.; Demcy
White, sixty-seven years old, Surprise,
Neb.; C. L. White, sixty-five years old,
Sprlnif IUH, Mo.: Mrs. Lon Colson,
fifty-two years old, Kansas City."
J.; House Party.
The pleasant farm home of A. S.
Will, west of Plattsmouth, has been
the scene of one continued round of
pleasure for the past week"', the.occa
sion being a house party given by Miss
Minnie Will In honor of her friends,
Misses Gretcbcn Walsh, Agnes Week'
bach and Mar Maloue,oI.i Lincoln,
and Arthur Edgren and James Fol
lard, Of Nehawka. Last Saturday
Henry Guthman, the boss scenic pho
tograpber of Cass county, was called
to spend the day with the merry party
and take a few pictures of the partlcl
pants of the event and the beautiful
surroundings. Combined with the ex
cellent ability of Mr. Guthman, the
charming subjects and the beautiful
surroundings, we believe we. are safe
In saying that the productions on the
little card through trie camera, were
Indeed fair to look upon. The pleas
ures that have reigned supreme for the
past week ceased yesterday and today
the merry visitors will depart for their
bomcs, all pronouncing Miss Will
most excellent entertainer.
Mr. Eggcrof Gage county, Is visit-
ing at the home of Mrs. Schafer this
Quite a number from this section at
tended the old settler's reunion at
me Kustcruoitz gins are now seen
driving along the roads with a tine new
top buggy, that Is a beauty. , ,
Quite a number of friends visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fuls
Alfred Gansemer made a trip to
Mrs. W. II. Fuls was a Murray
J. L. 'Young shelled corn Tuesday
He dollvcred It to the Murray market
There will be a barn dance at the
home of William Full, Saturday night
September 1. Everybody .. Invited.
Come and have a good time.
If so. it will interest you to
know that it can be stopped
with Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Fills;
and without any bad after
effects, and this without dan
ger of forming a drug habit or
having your stomach disar
ranged. They positively con
tain no opium, morphine, co
caine, chloral, ether or chloro
form in any form. Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Tills relieve pain,
and leave only a sense of relief.
The reason foe this is explained
by the fact that headache cornea
from tired, irritable, turbulent,
over-taxed brain nerves. Anti
Tain Tills soothe and strength
en these nerves, thus removing;
the cause. They are harmless
when taken as directed.
"We use Dr. MIW Anti-Pain Tills
for tli curu of hcailnrhe, and, w
think thnt there Is nothing that vlU
oniml them. They will euro th
severest Hpell of nervous or Sick
lieaii;i' lii! in a very few minutes. 1
nm of a nervous temperament, and
occasionally have ppells when my
n'T.es si cm to tf) completely exhaust
ed, and I tremble so I can scarcely
contain myself. At these, times J ul
vays take tho Av.tl-l'aln Tills, and
they imlet nie right away. It Is re
markahl" what a soothing effect they
liav" upon tho nerv"s."
AIRS. F. K. KAUL, Detroit, Mich.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
your clrugijist. who will guarantee that
the first packaga will benefit. If It
fails, he will return your money.
2j doses, 25 cents. Never sold in bulk.
Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, Ind
MAD DOG SCARE NEAR TOWN
One Dog Attacked With Hydrophobia Causes
the Slaying of Four In Consequence.
A FINE DRIVING ANIMAL ALSO BITTEN
But at Last Accounts the Horse Was Doing
Nlncely and May Be Saved.
Dr. A. F. Barnes, of this city, was
called to the Jean's farm, two miles
south of town, yesterday in answer to
a telephone from Billy Jean, saying
that his fine driving annimalbad been
bitten by a mad dog. When he arriv
ed at the farm he found the horse
frothing at the mouth and having all
the symptoms of. hydrophobia. The
doctor was also informed that several
other canines on the place had also
been bitten and he advised that they
all be killed.
After working with the horse for
some .time Dr. Barnes returned to
town In the belief that Its life would
be saved, and this morning he receiv
ed word-from Charley Jean that the
annimal was getting along nicely and
that every dog on the place had been
This is the first real mad dog scare
that has occurred In this section this
season, and it will be well for the
neighbors to be on their guard and
when their dogs show the least signsor
symptons of hydrophopia to get down
the shot gun and go to slaying them
right and left. It is better, to kill all
the 0ogs within; a; radius of several
miles than to cailse'.tl(e deatt of even
one fine animal of the value of that
of Billy Jeans.
i . yourself dally, vou'rti not on.,,.
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