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You an Save
A checking account will not only help
you to spend your money economically,
but it will also aid you to save money
When you have a record of every cent
you payout which you will have, if you
pay by check you will be more careful
of your exyentlitures.
A checking account jives you a complete re- n
cord of every cent you spend, lou get a re
ceipt for each bill paid. You" have safety for
your funds and convenience for your business.
PAY BY CHECK.
Murray State Bank
5 Murray, NebraLskaL.
Vergil Perry has been quite slek.
Al Land's baby Is oil the nick list.
Dade Rakes' little girl is very sick.
Urnudnia Campbell Is on the sick
Lena Klaurens has been finite
.lohn Porter's baby hits been very
Mrs, V. K. Dull lias been very
Steve Copenlmver's girl has been
John Durman Is working in .las.
Mrs. Addle Stokes was a passenger
to Otnaliu last Friday.
Ralph Kennedy, lias been on the
rick list for a few days.
Wm. Hendricks was a Piattsniouth
visitor Wednesday and Thursday.
Will Seybolt and Loyd Lewis were
passengers to Plattsmouth yesterday
A inbk & Pcyboldt shipped two
carloads of stock to Omaha Thurs
day. Mrs. George Graves departed to
her future home near Peru, Neb., last
Pearl Dugay departed to her home
In Union Thursday, Miss May Lewis
.accompanying her home.
JUx Young Is now carrying the
mall. Ktx has purchased a very fine
wagon from J. H. Cook.
C. M. Ford of Plattsmouth was
lown Thursday looking after the
xwltchbnnrd and fixing it up.
Mh:s Fitch, a cousin of Mrs. J. A.
Walker, departed for her home at
Sherman, Texas, last Monday.
J. II. Graves was a Platsmouth
visitor Thursday, having some busl
noss to attend to at the county seat.
Remember there will bo services at
the Presbyterian church Sunday both
morning and evening. Rev. Lamph
of Omaha w ill talk.
Mrs. Nlda departed to her homo
nt Wasau, Neb., last Monday. She
has been visiting friends and rela
tives for several days.
Something like two hundred tons
vf Ice was p it up here during the
post week. Ln'. year we wero oit
of Ice, this yet." we aro all In Ice.
Wm. Puis and wlfo are the proud
parents of a fourteen pound girl.
The young lady arrived here Inst
Friday. Mother and baey are do
Floy Chlfant and wife came In
from Omaha Tuesday where Floy Is
attending business college, to see
Mrs. Chlfant his mother who Is quite
Grandma Sutton, who has been
tdek for the past six weeks died at
her homo on Friday, January 8. Re
mains were hurried In the Kenosha
The Murray homo talent went to
Murdock Saturday evening and gave
an entertainment to a large crowd
Oscnr McDanlel was glad to meet his
old friends from Murray and Invited
them all to lunch.
Dr. n. F. Brendel and V. V.
Tucker and W. H. Virgin were pas
Kcngers to Omaha Wednesday eve
tilng whero they went to visit Mr
Tucker's brother who Is In the hos
iillal taking treatment for rheu
Mrs. Ottls McNurlin Is on the sick
W. A. Scott, our M. P. agent is
on the sick list.
A Happy Meeting.
On the last night of the old year,
the II. H. Bible class of the Chris
tian church of Murray, met at the
Thomason home for their monthly
meeting and the semi-annual elec
tion of class officers. The following
named persons were chosen :
President, Ruth Thomason.
Vice President, Rex Young.
Secretary, Leola Vallery.
Treasurer, Luclle Rice.
After the business session the mer
ry company spent the time In various
amusing games till eleven-thirty,
when refreshments were served to
which all did ample Justice, and from
the way the boys slipped Into the
kitchen and ate pickles, one might
thing It wouldn't be well to have a
plckel social. Or It might have been
because It was the last of leap year
and they realized they were left out.
After refreshments a time was given
to music, and as the clock neared the
hour of twelve Leola Vallery and
Ella Thompson sang, "The Old Year
Dies Tonight," after which all joined
in singing gospel songs, and was then
lead in earnest prayer, thanking our
Heavenly Father for his watchful
care and rich blessings during the
year just closed and asking his care
and guidance through the coming
Twenty-one members of the class
were present and five visitors. Sev
eral members failed to come and
If they think they did not miss any
thing let them ask those who came.
At a late hour they bade each other
The stork visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Puis and left
a baby girl Friday. .
Fritz Lutz and Mattle Puis were
among Plattsmouth visitors Saturday.
Alfred Gansemer has moved to the
William Schlictmeir place near here.
He will farm this summer.
W. F. Kloepping of Coledridge,
Neb., Is visiting in this section.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Puis visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Puis
L. H. Young Is visiting relatives at
Wabash this week.
Loulo Puis made a business trip
to Omaha Monday.
P. A. Hild and family visited at the
home of Louis Pulls Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Norrls moved
to Coleridge, Neb., Monday where
they will make their future home.
We are sorry to lose them from our
midst for they have made their home
with us for 25 years, but we wish
them much success In their new lo
Ed. Gansener delivered hogs
Nehawka market Monday.
The undersigned will sell at public
auction at his farm, five 5H miles
northwest of Plattsmouth on
Fill DAY, JAMA BY U1. UMMI.
the following described property to
wit: Sale to commence at 10:00 a.
m. Free lunch will be served at
One span of horses, wt, 2700; one
span of mares, wt. 2800; one sorrel
team, w t. 2000; one horse, wt. 1250;
one colt, coming two years old; five
cows and one heifer, forty head of
shouts and pigs, two farm wagons,
one spring wagon, one top buggy, one
rubber tire carriage, one Champion
binder, one Champion mower, one
Champion hay rake, one riding plow,
two stlrlng plows, two walking list
ers, three cultivators, two. two-row
machines, one stalk cutter, one hay
rake, one Fuller & Lee grain drill,
one six hole keystone sheller, 18
horse power; one three section har
row, 100 feet of galvanized pipe,
three sets of work harness, one set
of single harness, four dozen chick
ens, two neating stoves, one range,
two thirty-gallon kettles, one Em
pire cream separator, household
goods and other articles.
TERMS OF SALE. All sums of $10
and under, cash in hand; all sums
over $10 a credit of twelve months
will be given, purchaser giving good
bankable paper, bearing seven per
cent Interest from date. All prop
erty must be settled for before being
(J. (i. IIALMF.S, Owner.
A. L. JON US, Auctioneer.
good night and went their way.
W. E. Jenkins & Co are unloading Those present were: Clara Young,
a car of salt today.
Mrs. Virginia's sister from Mis
souri is visiting her.
Every body Is busy putting up ice,
the ice is 12 Inches thick.
Elbert Queen visited home folks
in Union Saturday and Sunday.
Mary Moore, WUIa Moore, Villa Ga-
pen, Luclle Rice, Grace Graves, Ieola
Vallery, Pearl Lewis of Coleridge,
Bessie Brendel, Louisa Shepardson,
Tressa Stokes, Guy Stokes, Glenn
Vallery, Roy Cole of Mynard, Wil
liam Seybolt, Roy Burton, Lee Kniss,
Arnold Holmes,' Harry Creamer,
I'. II. Revival.
Rev. W. F. McNulty of Ohio will
conduct the revival meeting which
will begin at Liberty U. B. church
two and a half miles south of this
city next Sunday. Rev. McNulty is
a converted actor, one. of the most
successful revivalists. He is of the
Sam Jones type, yet entirely orig
inal. He touches every case and al
ways means "you." You are Invited
to attend because the meeting Is for
Lee Oldham and Billy Wheeler Thomas Nix, Thomas Tilson. Omer
were Lincoln visitors Thursday.
Mrs. A. L. Baker was a Platts
mouth visitor Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. A. L. Baker was an Omaha
passenger Monday on the early train.
Ralph Holmes has been numbered
Yardley, Harry Baxter, Roy Spangler,
Lewis Roce, Rex Y'oung.
Fever sores and old chronic sores
should not be healed entirely, but
should be kept in healthy condition,
This can be done by applying Cham
berlain's Salve. This salve has no
superior for this purpose. It Is also
most excellent for chapped hands,
sore nipples, burns and diseases of
the skin. For sale by F. G. Frlcke &
.lames II. Baker.
James II. Baker, father of Mrs. Ed
Burt, died at the homo of his daugh-
IliiniiiiiK Has Bills.
Senator Banning of this
yesterday introduced his
with the sick for a few days past, ter the morning of December 24th. I bills in the senate. They are as fol-
WIIl Seyboldt was a Plattsmouth
visitor Wednesday afternoon and
Miss Anna West has been visiting a
few days with Mrs. J. C. Suavely and
Mr. Baker has been visiting with Mrs. lows
Burt s family for some time this s. F. 53. To increase the stand
winter and was taken ill there. His ard of coal oil from 112 degrees to
home was near Durham, Oklahoma. 120 decrees.
The deceased was born in Chlli-
cothe, Ohio, November 19th, 1830.
He came to Iowa in 1857 and from
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UIUVl' wua ''n Iowa went to Nebraska in 1862. He
some business matters In the county nn(, h,3 famy went to Texa8 ,n the
seat this morning,
S. F. 54. Relating to the compen
sation of county commissioners.
The sale given by Edward and
Howard Graves was well attended
but things sold very cheap.
John Ruby and family were all
suddenly sick Wednesday night the C.
result of some tainted food.
Miss Margery Walker went to
Plattsmouth Wednesday to visit
friends for a few days.
John Murray and family of
Plattsmouth were visiting Murray
friends and relatives Tuesday.
Makes Pleasant Cull
F. W. Klopping of Coleridge, Neb.,
year 1875, but after five years re- came in this morning from the home
Misses Mary and Bertha Wallinger
who have been visiting friends in
this city and vicinity departed on the
noon train for Lindsay, Neb.
11. II. Tartsch and little Miss Mae
Munday, departed this morning on
No. 19 for McCook, Neb., where Mr.
Tartsch has business matters to at
Mrs. W. C. TIppens was a passen
ger this noon on the mall train for
Omaha where she will spend the af
ternoon, returning to the city on the
evening train. I
Mrs. Geo. E. Dovey and daughter
Ella Margaret, were passengers on
the mall train this noon for Omaha
where they will visit several days
A. F. Nickles was among those
coming in from the country this
morning and being a passenger on
the mail train for Omaha, where he
had business to look after.
Mrs Frank Jensen of Newman
Grove, Neb., who has been In the city
for the past three weeks visiting with
her parents H. B. Batton and wife, is
spending the afternoon In Omaha, go
ing up. on the mail train.
J. Heiner of Bellevue, was in the
city today consulting with a physician
returning on the mall train at noon.
Mr. Heiner has been quite poorly for
some time and has not yet recovered
so as to be himself again.
The undersigned will sell at pub
lic auction, on what is known as the
Walker place, adjoining Plattsmouth -
on the southwest, and one and one-
third miles northeast cf Mynard, on
WKDXKSDAY, JANUARY 27, 11)01).
the following described property to-
10 IIKAI) OF iioksi:s.
One gray team of mares, coming
3 and 7 years of age, weight 2950
lbs., both In foal; one team bay
mares, coming 5 and 7 years old.
driving team, weight 2300, one in
foal; one sorrel mare, four years old,
weight 1550; one black mare, 6
year old, In foal, weight 1550; one
stud colt, nine months old, weight
800 lbs., halter broke; one team of
horses, 9 and 12 years old, weight
2900 lbs.; one brown mare, 12 years
old, weight 1050 lbs., single driver.
CATTLK :J3 IIKAI).
On registered Shorthorn male, will
be two years old March 21, 1909;
two good milch cowr; five coming
two-year-old heifers, six coming two-,
year-old steers, nine yearling steers,
twelve yearling heifers, 40 tons of
tame hay, 5 dozen light Brahma
chickens, some household furniture,
cooking utensils, stoves and small
tools, one cider mill.
This machinery is practically all
new, being used but one season.
One Deering pony binder, one Os
born mower, one new Bi? Four Mc
Cormick mower, one Deere two row
machine, one Peru Disc, one 16-foot
Zanesville broadcast seeder, one
Deere walking lister, one new Moline
drill, edge drop, two Jennie Llnd
walking cultivators, one Deere rid
ing cultivators, one Deere riding
cultivator, 6 shovels, one 3-section
steel harrow, one 4-section listed
corn harrow, two walking stirring
plows, three farm wagons, one hay
rake, one heavy runabout, one pole
Sale to commence at 10:00 o'clock
sharp. Lunch will be served at
noon by Hatt & Osborn of Platts
TERMS OF SALE A credit of 12
months will be given on all sums over
10; purchaser giving good bank
able paper, bearing eight per cent
Interest from date. All sums of
10 and under cash in hand. All
property must be settled for before
C. A. PHILIPS.
ROBT. WILKINSON, Auctioneer.
C. (J. FRICKK, Clerk.
Announcement is made of the
turned to Nebraska, where he lived of Ham Norrls, and paid the Jour- "eusier JOSSijn, srore
until 1900. Since then they have nal a pleasant call, paying up his keeper at this city for the Burling
lived In Oklahoma. From 1882 till subscription and ordering the old ton, from the storehouse here to the
1fift7 ha u'nu nmctor moflinnln In tha reliable sent to his address for an- storehouse at Sheridan, Wyo. He
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& N W R. R. shons at Norfolk other year. Mr. Klopping left for be succeeded at this point by II
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Nebraska. his present home about one year ago "fgnier who comes io mis store
Mr. Baker was married to Cuzza and he reports that he Is more than "rom Hannibal, Mo
Oldham of Cass County, Nebraska, In Pleased with his one year's exper- " is a matter of regret to the
1876. He was a member of the I. O. lence near Coleridge. He came down people or mis city to learn or tne
to assist Mr. Norris to move as they change as they had grown quite well
will be located in the same neighbor- acquainted with Mr. Josslyn and his
hood in the future. His call was estimable family and had learned to
a very pleasant one.
Charles Leach an old time Platts-
greatly admire them. Mr. Josslyn
was especially popular with his em
ployes and his management of the
storehouse during his incumbency at
this point was of the highest order,
O. F. lodge. In his younger days
in Ohio he united with the Methodist
His wife, two sisters and four
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L" ",,u i.eur8e vtuych Bi.Ui,ieu uui children Burvlve him. The sisters
to Peru. Neb.. Wednesday where are Marlah Dakef .... Acn
they Intend to make their future Fauble of Davs Cltyi Nebraska. The mouth boy who has been in bus
llUIUtf I " ara n tn llnnru n n A 1 rY n T A i . I Innno In 1 eferr VaK fnf m a n V
. n u nuiia a. i i iitiii nun iinui r i-nn iiiia inin. nru.. i if i iiiun i
Miss Getrude Long departed Sat- ham. Oklahoma: the two daughters, years, came In this morning for a Mrs- Josslyn during her residence in
urduy for Heaver City, Neb., to visit Mrs. Julius of Tage, Neb., and Mrs. visit In the city with friends. Charley th,a c,tr had formed ma"y ver
her sister Mrs. Robt. Shrader. for Ed Burt, of Adair. Iowa. and the Journal representative had Peasant social ties which all regret
a few days. Those who know him sav well of the pleasure of meeting for the first 10 nave DroKen- in?lr departure
The postofflco Inspector called on Wn. he was a good citizen and a time In nineteen years, all of which frora th,s clty t0 tie,r new f,e,d
n.,r n ,uul. Th..,.,.iu i.JtoodiMn. HI rRropr lmwa him to Uhnwa that we are Kettln old. He OD,u" ul luu"1 ,r,cl n,,u
and finding everything In Its usual have been a lover of the frontier, one returned to McCook on the mail at are accomPan,ed b the very Jf8t
. A .l .u. . ........ nflhol ornat or t Inl , "l,ul luo tuiuo wuimiui;i . c
train. have helped to connuor the wilder-
Miss Fay Oldham entertained the niiw. tho forerunners of the great
LadleB Kensington last Thursday af-1 empires now established on those
ternoon. Lunch wos served at 4:30. 1 pararles of the great west. The fun
Tho guests were MeBsdames O. H. eral wa8 conducted from tha luusc
Gllmore, Wm. Brown, W. O. Boedek- f Ed Burt north of Adair tho 25th
er, W. 8. Smith, J. W. Holmes, O. A. ot December, by the pastor of the
Davis, J. F. Brendel, Warren Wiley. Methodist church of Adair. Adair,
Jeff Brendel, A. L. Baker, Fitch, of Ioa Item.
Texas, Misses Carrie Allison, Mar- Dks This Interval You
gery Walker Gertrude Long. If so, pleoso call and settle your
today looking after business matters.
change Is understood to have been
John Albert, the prominent farm- entirely satisfactory to Mr. Josslyn
I n a Vina AlaHvAfl In T wnmln tr rtrrt
or from Coilnr Crook. U In the C ty ....... ... ... ,w c ..v...
no desires to do near, rrevious to
coming to the local storehouse he
had been general storekeeper and
purchasing agent for the Burlington
1 1, N. Regner who takes Mr. Joss
LEFT Oil HER DOORSTEP
FOR THIS MOTHER
Mm. A. O. Tuson, of Llvennore. Cal., lyn's position In this city, comes with
writes: "I picked up from my door the highest recommendations and
Bteo one day a little book In which 1 1 will, without doubt, make a fitting
account with me, for I ave to do I BOon became very much interested, successor to him. He is a man of
Prompt Payment, the same with those I owo on tho My little girl of five years of age had mucn DUsn anil enorKy and under his
Theo. L. Amlck, from neor Murray, flrl t"o year, isow please been irouoiea ior a long timo wa manogement the storehouse
was In tloclty today, and paid this d thin and we will feel much hap- loss of appetite, extreme nervousness doubl,OM be a ve ry a(.tlVe place.
omce a pleasant call, at which time P'er ltn t"0 advent or tho New "u u,,uuo "' -"
uown ana in vciy uunetiio cuiiuiwuu
'This little book was very compre
ho takes the opportunity to thank Year. Wishing you all health and
the Woodmen Accident Association, prosperity In 1909, 1 am
of Lincoln, for their prompt pay
ment of his claim against them for
disability caused from the nceldent
ho met with a Tew weeks ago. He
heartily endorses this company upon
their prompt method of doing busl
nes. and recommends them to all
John II. Cook.
The Muppy New Year.
You will enjoy It much belter If
you will call and pay what you owe
me, and I know I will feel very
brothers desiring the best accident grateful to all. ns I need mono
L. C. Sharp was a business visitor
this afternoon in Omaha being
passenger on the mall train for that
Mrs. Wm. Schmldtman was a pas
senger this noon on the mail train for
If you haven't the time to exercise
regularly, Doan'B RcRulets will pre-
vein cmixupiuioii. i ney induce n
mild, healthy, easy action of the bow
els without gripping. Ask your drug.
benslvely written, and told of the new
method of extracting the medicinal ele
ments of the cod's liver from the oil,
eliminating the obnoxious oil which Is
bo hard for children to take.
" 'Just the thing,' said I, 'for my little Omaha where she will spend the af
daughter, and I Immediately went for ternoon.
a bottle of Vinol. It helped her won- Dr. Decker Is In the city writing up
derfully. She has gained rapidly In tno ,,rly history of this city and
flesh and strength, and she does not ,,ounty nn,j .curing rts of the Bur
take com nair bo easuy. llngton shops, some of the buildings
"I am extremely graieiui tor ino ...... ..,,i ,-,
Mrs. (). C. Shannon and daughter U has done her, and t hope other imH , "T . V,
it. .... . . . . . . I .. . . j i nouses, wiin ii "in ni'i'iiii m iiiv
iieien in v oiiimnus, rseo., w io nave mothers wno nave wean, aencaie or - -
. .. .. . .. w. .'... i i,- Omaha Da y Bee some Sunday. Mr
"en visiung in ine cny, tno gucsis i biiidr cnuuren win u ueiiruicu u mj
of Mrs. Virginia McVl.kcr. departed experience and just give Vlnol a trial." Decker has been writing up the othe
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The undersigned will sell at Public
Auction at her home, three miles north
east of Murray, Neb., on the old Arch
Holmes place, on
Thursday, January 21, 1909,
the following described property, to
wit: One sorrel horse, wt. 1200; one
gray mare, wt. 1050; one bay horse,
wt. 1050; one brown horse, wt. 1000;
one jrray mare, wt. 1050; one gray mare,
wt. 1U5U; one span or mules, wt. 2100;
two good milch cows; two sets 1 inch
work harness; two saddles, farm imple
ments, one Madison farm wagon, one
open buggy, lot household goods and
numerous other articles.
Sale to Commence at 12:00 O'clock, Noon
TERMS OF SALE!
A credit of twelve months will be
given on all sums over $10, purchaser
giving good bankable paper, bearing
seven per cent interest irom date. All
propeety must be settled fsr before be
MRS. JOHN KLIMM.
A. L. Jones, Owner
Notice la hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Burlington and Missouri River
Railroad Company In Nebraska will
bo held at the office of the company
In Plattsmouth, Nebraska, on Thurs
day, February 25, 1909, at ten
o'clock a. m.
The meeting will be held for the
election of nine (9) directors to
serve during the ensuing year, and
for the transaction of such other bus
iness as may legally come before It.
W. P. Durker.
Omaha, Nebraska, January 6,
(toes to Venllgrce.
We learn that Matt Jlrousek, who
for the past year has been employed
In this city by the Kraft Clothing
Co., has accepted a position In Ver
dlgree, Ni b., as mnnnger of a large
clothing firm, and has taken up his
duties In the new field. Mr. Jorousck
Is a thorough clothing man, one who
has every qualification, a perfect
gentleman In the full sense of the
term, and we bespeak for him suc
cess in every particular In his new locution.
, r r GERING &C0.. DiueftlstS, ,Mer
gist for them. 25c.
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