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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1909)
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For Particulars Address Members of the Committee as Follows:
O. A. DAVIS, Chairman. W. G. BOEDEKER, Secretary-Treasurer,
JAMES W. HOLMES, Concessions.
PREPARED IN TIIE INTERESTS OF TIIE PEOPLE OF MURRAY AND VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR THE JOURNAL READEBS.
If any of the readen of the Journal know of asocial event or an item of interest in Oiis vicinity and un'Jl matt same to this office it trill appear under this heading.
Wt icant ail items of interest. Editor Journal.
WHAT DANK SERVICE
Each customer's business receives the at
tention of our officers. These men of exper
ience can make your matters more exact.
Whatever part of your business that comes
through this bank is carefully inspected. This
is safeguard for you; the chances of error are
Your business success is reflected on the
welfare of the bank. Our officers are interest
ed in th bank's customers.
We invite you to become one of our num
ber of satisfied cu;t mes, and we seek the op
portunity to explain i"ir service in detail.
Murray State Bank
Q W. G. BOEDEKICK, Cash.er. n
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Sum Pitman was looking after
business In Omuha Monday.
II. L. Oldham was In Omaha
Tuesday attending the creamery
Henry Rocs, from south cf Ne
hawka, was a Sunday guest of Mr.
and Mrs Nick Klaurens.
Don't fall to attend the band Ao
rtal Saturday night. There will be
plenty of amuHemcnt, fine music and
plenty of Ice cream and cake.
Misses Oertlo and Ilertha Pitman,
who came In from California a few
weeks since, are visiting relatives
and friends In Murray and vicinity
MIhhch Edna Petersen and Leona
llrady of Plattsmouth were Sunday
KiieBts of Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Lough
rldgo and also of Mr. and Mrs,
"A Cheerful Liar," In three ats
will bo rendered by the home talent
young peoplo on Saturday night
July 3. Itear this In mind, and watch
for further particulars next week.
Mrs. Addlo StokeH spent Satur
day evening and part of Sunday
with Mr and Mrs. S. I Long In
Plattsmouth. She was brought home
by Mr. an Mrs. Long Sunday even
D. J. Pitman was kicked on the
leg and hip three times by ono ofi
his horses Tuesday, and has been I
confined to his homo since. While
nothing serious, the wounds have
been very painful.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jameson,
of Weeping Water, and daughter,
Miss Mary, and Miss Dorothy Murty,
tlrovo over and spent Sunday with
their daughter and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Rrendcl.
While in Murray this week the
Journal srrlbo had the pleasure of
meeting Dr. H. K Simpson, of Omaha,
who is looking after Dr. Gllmore's
praetlco during the absence of the
Doctor and Mrs. Gllmore, who de
parted Tuesday night for Oklahoma
to visit friends and take a view of
tho country. We find Dr. Simpson
to bo a very pleasing gentleman
W. K. Loughrldge is again on
the sick list.
Chas? C. Pnrmele was a brief call
er In Murray Tuesday.
Henry Umber of Nehawka spent
Sunday with Ms sister, Mrs. Nick
Col. Seybolt, A. L. Daker and J.
C. Snavely automoblled to Nebras
ka City Monday.
D. C. Rhoden and Cashier Doe
deker were business callers in
Plutsmouth Saturday evening.
, G. E. Young and wife, from near
Nehawka, wore In Murray Friday
visiting Dr. J. E. Drendel and wife.
Chas. H. T.oedeker took the early
train for Plattsmouth Monday
where he had business matters to
Mrs. Wm. Drown, sr., has been
on the sick list the past week, but
has been very much improved the
past day or two.
The front of the Murray State
Dank received a coat of paint lust
week, which Improves the looks of
the building very much.
W. D. Roedeker and wife, ("has.
1 1. and Ma Dodeker and Wilhvrd
Lampe drove to Plattsmouth Tues
day evening In Glen's new auto.
Mrs. W P. Hutchison and daugh
ter, Miss Ora. from Rock Uluffs took
tho ten o'clock train for Union Tues
day, where they spent the day visit
Pert Thllpot and Fred Hild drove
through Murray Tuesday evening in
his new Maxwell auto. Pert had
sold the machine to Mr. Hlld and
was giving him a few lessons on
driving the machine. The Max
well Is a good car and no doubt but
what Mr. Hlld will be well satisfied
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Minor, of
California, who have been visiting
former neighbors and friends In this
vicinity for the past two weeks de
parted thin week Mr. Minor go
ing to Ohio to visit the scenes of
his early boyhood days and Mrs.
Minor Is going to Kenasaw. Neb., to
visit her brother and family until
.they return home.
D. A. Ammlck, of Plattsmouth,
was in Murray a few hours Mondcy
Miss Maude Rusterholtz Is report
ed on the sick list, but nothing of
a serious nature.
George Stones has a little daugh
ter quite ill with remittant fever,
but nothing serious.
Miss Grace Jameson of Weeping
Water, Is visiting her sister, Mrs.
J. F. Brendel, this week.
We regret to learn that our old
friend, C. Bengen is on the sick list,
and we hope nothing serious will
Tommy Nix, whom we reported
last week as being down with a
serious case of rheumatism Is Im
proving. Come and bring all the family to
Murray to celebrate this year. Here
you can enjoy a regular old-fashioned
Ccme to Murray Saturday night
and enjoy yourself by attending the
band Ice crenm social. You will re
gret it if you fall to be hero.
Help tho Murray band by unend
ing the ice cream social Saturday
night. You are guaranteed a good
time; so bring your girl with you.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walker enter
tained Misses Gertie and Bertha
Pitman at dinner Tuesday. Other
guests present were Mr. and Mrs.
D. J. Pitman and Mr. and Mrs. Ora
Arrangements are perfected to en
tertain an Immense crowd in Mur
ray July 3. Don't fall to be here.
The celebration will be held In on?
of the most beautiful groves In
Dr. J. J. Lamp, father of the
young pastor of the Presbyterian
church, will occupy the pulpit next
Sunday. Dr., Lamp is said t be r
most eloquent speaker. Don't fall
to hear him..
Mrs. B.. A. Root and son, Carl,
of York, Neb., came In Monday for
a week's visit with Dr. Root's par
ents., On account of business mut
ters Dr. Root was unable to come
at this time..
Col. J. B. Seybolt and A. L. Baker
went to Plattsmouth Tuesday even
ing and brought home Mrs. Baker
and Ophla, who had gone up on tho
evening train to do some shopping.
Everybody Is coming to Murray
to celebrate this year. Why? Be
cause they can bring their dinners
and sit under the beautiful shade
trees and enjoy a regular old-fashioned
time Saturday, July 3.
A number of the friends of Miss
Ona Lowey received announcements
this week of her marriage, which oc
curred at her home In Chillleothe,
Mo., Juno 12. She was the guci-t
of the Misses Oldham last summer,
and Is a niece of A. M. Holmes. Tho
many friends she made hero dining
her visit extend congrntulnHor.s.
An Knjoyable Afternoon.
The Presbyterian Aid Society
met with Mrs. A. V. Kennedy list
Friday afternoon. There was an ex
ceedingly large attendance and
nine new members were added to the
roll. After all business was trans
acted and a social hour enjoyably
spent, a two course luncheon was
served. One who was there says It
was not only a great meeting, b it
that the refreshments were the fin
est ever served by any member.
GUTHMAN &CORY. Proprietors
Plattsmouth, : : : : Nebraska
To Visit in Oklahoma.
Dr. George II. Gllmore of Murray,
came down from Omaha this after
noon where he had been to visit
some of his patients In the hospital
there. Dr. Gllmore brought the
cheering information that Mrs. Mark
White Is steadily Improving and 13
In much better shape than for some
time past. He also Informs us that
Mrs. I. S. White at her home in
Murray Is als some better. Both of
these Items will be received with
pleasure by the many friends of the
two ladies. Dr. Gllmore and wife
leave tomorrow night for Mlnco
and Chlckasha, Okla., where they
will visit with relatives for several
days and where the doctor will take
a brief vocation. In his absence Dr.
Simpson of Omaha will look after
his practice going to Murray for that
A. A. Peak Dead.
A. A. Peak, whom we mentioned
last week ns being very 111 at his
home at Franklin, Neb., died last
Saturday. Mr. A. M. Holmes, who
was called to his bedside, remained
until after the funeral, and then
went to Kearney to attend the State
Sunday School Convention. From
there he will go to Dallas. S. D., to
visit his son, Arthur, before re
turning to Murray.
Mr. reaK uvea in t'ass county
uoui imny years ago, an.t was
quite well known as a settler of
Rock Bluffs precinct at that lime.
The cause of his death was Bright
RATES $1.00 PER DAY
We Solicit the Farmers' Trade
i and Guarantee Satisfaction, f " "
WHEN IN THE CITY GIVE US A CALL
The Perkins Hotel
To Head of Horses for Sale.
The undersigned has 20 head of
good young horses to dispose of at
private sale, in any number de
sired. They are large-boned, in
good shape, and none of the branco
order. They can be found at my
six miles southeast of Mur
Come and see thera for your
Frank Vallery. '
Seeks Rc-Ktectlon. ,
County Superintendent Jklary E.
Foster Is today W;ln,g her, petltlou
for county superintendent under tho
new non-partisan Jaw, circulated and
It Is receiving the signatures of all
who have seen It. Miss Foster dur
ing her term ns superintendent hns
made an excellent record In that po
sltlon and Is thoroughly and cordial
ly endorsed by all for re-election
She Is perhaps, the most popular as
well as the most efficient superin
tendent the county has had in years
and deserves an unanimous re-elec
Barber and Telephone Woinnn Mix.
The village of Nehawka presided
over by the irrespresslble Col. O'Day
got out from under his watchful
care on Friday and something was
doing for a short time and the vil
lagers will have something to dis
cuss for some time to come.
William Tinker runs a barber
shop, and being a cripple from tho
effects of rheumatism has to move
about with canes. He has bien do
ing very well until some time ago
an opposition shop was started, and
a good deal of the new trade went
to the new shop. Tinker put in a
stock of ice cream and was doing a
land office business, when tho tele
phone central, Mrs. Ruthford, a wid
ow woman with eighty acres of land
determined to also handle Ice cream,
and asked the barber as to what he
would do. He replied In a letter,
and Btated that he would cat the
price and' see who would profit by
the deal, and it was this letter that
made things hum. "Central" posted
the letter In the front window and
the populace was having a good
time making fun of the barber, and
this hurt his feelings and he pro
ceeded to the central office and
going in tore the letter from the
window, and as he was turning the
corner "Central" who is a very large
woman lit on him and tore hU shirt
off, and of course the barber ran
and for a cripple made a good race.
Peace was restored, but the town
Is taking sides and the end is not
yet. Nebraska City News.
BV VIKTITE OF AN ORTiEU OK SALK. Is
sued by James Koliertson, clerk of tlie
District Court wllliln anil for Cass county, Ne
braska, and to me directed, I will on Die
24th Day of July, A. D.,1909
at ten o'clock a. m., of said day at the south
door of the court house. In said countv. sell at
public auction to the highest bidder for cash,
the following real estate to-wlt; Lot No.
fourteen. (H) In block four (4) In the vlllatre of
Murray, Cass county, Nebraska. The same
belnif levied uihui and taken as the uro
Iierty of Leila F. Queen and Allert Queen, de
fendants, to satisfy a judgment of said court
recovered by I'eler Caniilell. administrator
of the estate of Tboma L. Camilell, deceased
plalntllf, atralnst said defendants.
I'lttltsmouth. Nebraska. June Istb, A. P.,
HDM. C. I). Ql'INTUN.
Sheriff Cass County, Nebraska.
Ladies Extend Their Thanks.
The Ladles of the Christian Aid
Society desire through the Journal
VanHorn for the use of his store
room in which to hold their bazaar,
and also for his other aid during the
progress of the same. They desire
to have the public known that they
very much appreciation the potron
age given them and extend their
thanks for the same.
Messrs Chas. Henen and wife and
Harmon Beck and wife were coun
ty seat visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Will Troop left Saturday for
a few days visit with relatives at
Ed. Gansemer made a business
trip to Murray Saturday.
Fritz Lutz and Mata Puis spent
Sunday at the home of Alfred Gans
emer. Fred Engelkemeler and family of
Plattsmouth, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. William Puis Sunday.
Where are you going to celebrate?
Murray, of course. There Is where
everybody goes July 3rd., for a good
Miss Laura Puis spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Puis.
Miss Maude Rusterholtz is on the
such list this week.
J. B. Seybolt of Murray passed
trough our city Saturday with his
Messrs Teakotter & Smith began
Monday to build P. A. Mlld'a new
Fred Hlld purchased a new auto
mobile of Bert Phllpot this week.
W. T. Richardson was attending
to business In Omnha Monday. '
Mrs. James Gruber of Union 's
visiting friends near Mynnrd ilils
Mrs. Will Stokes and daughter
Elsa and Miss Anna Snyder spoit
Sunday nt J. II. Adams'.
Miss Flora Otto of Denver, Col.,
visited Wednesday with George
Melslnger, sr., and wife
Mrs. Frank Prlece and daughter
MUs Florence of Omaha was visiting
the fnmlly of W. T. Richardson Sun
day. Misses Mayelo and Ednah Propst
and Harriet Adams returned from
York, Neb., Wednesday.
Frank Richardson and family of
South Omaha are visiting a few days
this week with relatives In Mynard
G. W. Snyder wa . visitor In
5,000 acres of good farming, hay
and grazing land In Kdth county, Ne
braska, all prairie. On account of
the proximity of the two Platte
rivers plenty of rainfall Is assure..
Handy to get to, being six to twelve
miles from a good town on the U. P.
R. R. Trice $10.00 to $13.00 per
acre. Terms Is desired. Address to
owner, John M. Livingston.
Nebraska City. Nebraska.
A good, well Improved seventy
acre farm, Ave miles southeast of
Murray. For particulars see
Remember the band social Sat
urday night, June 19.
Ilugglc! . IliiKgit!
I have several new up-to-date bug
gies that I want to sell right away,
and I am going to cut the prices to
bed rock, in order to do so. Come
quick, w hlle you can get one of
these fine buggies at almost cost.
I mean Just what I say,
John H. Cook.
I have 250 acres of pastur and
will take a limited number of cattle
and horses for the season.
Frank Vallery, Murray.
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