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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1909)
For Particulars Address Members of the Committee as Follows:
O. A. DAVIS, Chairman. W. G. BCEDEKER, Secretary-Treasurer.
JAMES W. HOLMES, Concessions.
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Wt tcant all items of interest. Editor Journal
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tention of our officers. These men of exper
ience can make vour matters more exact.
Whatever part of vour business that comes
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We invite you to become one of our num
ber of satisfied customs, and we seek the op
portunity to explain o:r service in detail.
ij Murray State Bank
ft W. G. BOEDEKER, Cash.er. H
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A nlco line of lire works at
Holmes & Smith's.
Mrs. K. A. Burton, of Surprise,
Neb., Ih visiting relatives und friends
In Murray and vicinity this week. j
Albert Young, J. W. Holmes, Will
Hrown, mid Glen lloedeker automo
Idled to the county sent Saturday
evening In Glenn's flyer.
Chnrles lloedeker shipped a cur
load of fat cattle, to the South Om
aha market Wednesday. Mr. Ro..
Ccker accompanied them.
. Tho Fourth of July committee are
all busy. J. W. Holmes, the chair
man reports of havliiR disposed of
six. and has letters from others who
want - privileges.
Mrs. Hoy 1)111 was reported very III
Wednesday, and Dr. J. F. llrendel
was summoned hastily to her bedside.
After receiving treatment she be
came easier, and at the present w rit
ing Is much Improved. ,
The Fourth of July commlttee"J!t
busy Tuesday and Wednesday and
built n new bridge across the llttlo
n ream east of the railroad and lend
ing to the celebration grounds. Ora
Davis, J. W. Holmes, Will Hamilton,
Will lirovwi and F. M. Young, sr.,
are the ones "to whom nil credit Is
From present Indications Murray
will havo an awful crowd nt their
- Miration on the 3rd of July. Peo
ple from the south, cast, west and
north of town for miles express their
Intention of celebrating In Murray
this year. And the committees are
Arranging to care for all that come.
Vc maneuver-'d around the depot
a short time whllo In Murray Wed
nesday, and wo noticed our good
friend, Scott, the gentlemanly agent
engaged In arranging bis fishing par
aphannlln for the next outing of the
boys. It Is a good thing they have
such a rlever fellow as "Scotty" In
Murray, because he U depended upon
to get everything In readiness, whllo
Hilly Rrown, Jlmmlo Lnughrldge and
John Cook hustle for the worms
Mr. Scott Is a popular agent for the
M. P. at Murray, Mire.
Miss Faullne Oldham and Mrs.
Addle Stoker were I'lattsmouth vis
itors Wednesdny, where they spent
Those who were present at the
Christian church Sunday evening
highly commend the excellent dls
course of Rev. Ream, the regulnr
Mont Robb, who Is conducting one
of the elevators at Mynard, visited
hU friends In Murray over Saturday
night, taking the Sunday morning
train to Wyoming to spend the day
with his family.
Fred Englekemelr, of I'lattsmouth,
got off the train here yesterday
morning and was taken to his farm,
west of town, for a few days' visit
Rnd to see how matters were pro
gressing at tho old home.
Mrs. A. L. Raker and daughter
Opal went to Omaha Wednesday
morning to consult a specialist In
reference to a growth on the left
side of Miss Opnl's face, near the
ear. We sincerely hope thnt noth
Ing FerlonB will result.
Col. Seybolt shipped a carload
of hogs to the Nebraska City market
yesterday. He went down In his
auto to look after them and was ar
rompnnled by Lee Oldham. The
friends of Mr. Oldham say thnt this
Is Lee's first ride In an auto and they
were fenrful of the result, but the
Colonel being an engineer of fame
brought him home In safety.
J. A. Walker received a leth
from Dr. Gllmore and wife, In which
they state they are enjoying a pleas
ant time. Doc says Oklahoma la
simply grand and thinks thero Is
bright future for thnt country. Ho
thinks they will be at home about
Sunday or Monday, although he
would be delighted to spend a much
longer period In the new state.
Prof. Lamp, of Omnha occuple
the pulpit of the Tresbyterlnn
church Sunday morning and even
Ing. ana an wno ncara him were
more than well pleased. He Is a fine
talker and a polished gentleman. He
Is the father of Rev. Wlllard Lamp
the pastor of the church, who ac
conipanied his father home, where
lie remained until Wednesday
Mrs. Marvin Fleming returned
home from Omaha yesterday, where
she has been In St. Joseph hospital
for some time. She feels greatly
Tho stork left a 9 pound boy at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lewis
Tuesday night. Mother and child
doing well and Ed. 'feds just as hap
py as a big sunflower.
Mrs. Albert filers was operated
upon Tuesday at St. Joseph's hos-plti-1
in Omaha, and late reports
state thr.t she Is getting along as
well n can be expected.
Charley Spangler's auto did not
give r.s good satisfaction as lie de
fied, and be took it to Omaha Sat
turday to exchange it for another
but it has not arrived yet. It Is' one
of the "Auburn" make.
Dr. W. K. Loughrldge, of Mllford,
Neb., arrived Tuesday night to visit
his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
William Loughrldge and his broth
er. Jlmmle, and family. Mr. Lough
rldge Is still feeling very poorly, and
hlle able to be up and around, ho
is unable to Bleep only In a chair.
Dr. Loughrldge returned home the
same evening via. Omaha.
.1. A. Davis, father of Ora Davis,
of the firm of Davis & Pitman, re
ceived a letter from his father, who
has been sojourning In Colorado for
the past three months for his health,
stating that ho would be at home
about tho Fourth of July. Mr. Davis
has been trroubled with the asthma
for some time, but thinks the cli
mate In the mountains hns benoftlt
ted hlra somewhat.
A Hlj Success.
One of the largest crowds that
has been In Murray on any one occa
sion for years, attended the lawn so
cial given by the band boys on Sat
urday evening last. Strawberries,
Ice cream and young ladies and
reigned supreme, and nil mingled as
one body In social enjoyment until
a late hour. All went home declar
ing, to the great credit of the band
boys, that it was one of the grand
est soeial events that ever occurred
in the town. There was plenty of
ice cream, plenty of ripe strawber
rles.and lots of pretty young ladies
present to add charm to the event.
It is said the boys outdone themsel
ves In rendering music, and it Is a
wonder how the b:nd ts Improving
dally. The receipts of the evening
amounted to $?,2.00, and tho boys
are greatly pleased with their success.
A A A a a
GUTHM AN & CORY. Proprietors
Plattsmouth, : : : : Nebraska
RATES $1.00 PER DAY
We Solicit the Farmers' Trade
CZZD and Guarantee Satisfaction.
WHEN IX THE CITY GIVE US A CALL
The Perkirs Hotel
At the the beautiful home of Mr
and Mrs. W. G. lloedeker In Murray,
Tuesday, n miscellaneous shower was
given In honor of Miss Ora Ilutche-
son, who was married to William R.
Carey of Sarpy county, at the home
of her parents Wednesday evening.
There were twenty-two guests pres
ent, and the bride was the recipi
ent of many beautiful as well as use
ful presents. Resides tho social time
enjoyed n three course luncheon was
spread, which was muchly nppre
elated by all present. The usual
mock wedding was one of tho novel
ties of the occasion. In which the
bride (In reality) Miss Hutcheson,
was the bride and Miss Pearl Carey
acted the part of groom. The mln
is-ier perrornung tne ceremony was
Miss Eva Porter, the flower girl be-
Wlnnle Hutcheson. All performed
their parts remarkably well for girls
Thoso who were present to enjoy this
pleasant event were: Mesdames
Joseph and Walter Sands, Misses Ru-
lah Sans. Annabel and Marv Mimm
Eva Porter of Mynard. Agnes Ken
netiy, Ida lloedeker, Pearl Carev
Winnie, Ora and Flora Hutchinson
Mcsuanies J no Hendrick, J. W
Holmes, W. P. and Wm. Hutchinson
J. . Sans and W. d. lloedeker, the
&,ooo acres of good farming, hnv
and grazing land In Keith county, Ne
nrasKa. an prairie. On account of
the proximity of the two Platte
rivers plenty of rainfall Is assurel
Handy to get to. being six to twelve
miles from a good town on the IT. p
R. R. Price $10.00 to tl 5.00 'per
acre. Terms Is desired. Address to
owner, John M. Livingston,
Nebraska City. Nebraska
Married Last Kvcuing.
A very beautiful wedding oc
urred at the heme of Mr. and
Mrs. Wyette Hutcheson last
evening at 8 o'clock, when their
daughter, Miss Ora, was united In
marriage to Mr. William Carey, of
Sarpy county. The ceremony was
witnessed by the near friends of the
contracting parties, and "all went
merry as a wedding bell." An ele
gant feast of the many good things
was enjoyed. We are unable to give
the full particulars of the pleasant
affair until next week. All we have
learned Is that the young people will
make their future home at Meadow,
Sarpy county. The Journal extends
BY YIKTTF. OK AN i!!IE!: or SALV-. is
sue. 1 t-y .lames Ki leiisnu. rli-rU of (lie
l-tstrii-l I'ouvl wltliln an! for Cavs i-o;ie.l y, NY
iiiaska. aei tome (Uncled. I vvillentU'
2lh Cay cf July, A. D..1S93
at ten o'clock a. ni.. of salil day at the south
d.vir ot tlie ciitirl linuse. In s-ilil .'onnty. sell at
1'iiMic aiii'tlon to Hie liU'l.est ladder for cash,
tlie folluwlmr real (stale to-wll: I.nt No.
fourteen Ui In llool four (4) In the villain- of
M am.-. Cass county. Nt-t.iuska. Tee same
I'Clnir levied ui'on ami taken as the ro
1'eity (if Lelia 1". Queen and Al'n'il Queen, de
fendants, to sa' Nfy a jiuU'inent of suld court
recovered ly Prior Cami-U-ll, administrator
of the esiato of Thomas I. Campbell, decrasi d
olaliitlir. anlnst -.did de'e'iriat'.l.s.
I'latlsinoutli. Nebraska, .lime Mh. A. 11..
l'.V!i. c. !. (JI'INTON.
flu-riff Cass County. Nebraska.
The C. K. Society of the rresby
terian church will conduct a market
in the window of Larkln and Co.,
Saturday afternoon. Everything for
your Sunday dinner, cakes, pies,
bread, salad, dressing, Jellies, cook
ies, cottage cheese, all like mother
used to make.
Fourth of July Dunce.
The underslgners have arranged
for a dance to be held at Jenkins
Hall, on Saturday, July 3. The
dance will commence as early as the
lovers of "tipping the light fantastic
toe" mny desire, and w ill continue as
late as the crowd may demand
Jacobs' Orchestra of Omaha, will fur
nish the best of music, and every
body Is Invited to participate In the
general good time expected.
(let out of the Way.
A sensible man will always try
to get out ot the way seeing n dan
ger approaching. Only one danger
will often be overlooked, the danger
of sickness. It comes toward us
giving us various signals, like sud
den loss of appetite, and of strength.
There Is time to prevent It to do us
American Fllxlr of Hitter Wine and
the great danger of a sickness will
pass by. This remedy, composed of
pure, matured wine nnd selected
herbs, Is n great tonic, it will assist
greatly In the digestion of food, will
make new blood nnd will bring
strength to body nnd mind.
It will sharpen the appetite and
quickly relieve Indigestion. At drug
stores. Jos. Trlner, CK.-G22 S. Ash
land Ave., Chicago, 111.
To Head of llnr.c for Sale.
The undersigned hns 20 head of
good young horses to dispose of at
private sale, In any number de
slnnl. They are large-boned, In
good shnpe, and none of the branco
order. They can be found at my
place, six miles southeast of Mur
ray. Come and see them for your
selves. Price reasonable.
Hitjiuies! . linger:
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, while you can get one of
these fine buggies at almost cost.
I mean Just what I say,
John II. Cook,
A good, well Improved seventy
acre farm, five miles southeast of
Murray. For particulars see
J. W. Polln was a passenger this
morning for Ralston, Neb., being ac
companied by Mrs. Thayer Propst
and little Miss Fropst who came
In yesterday to attend the Hutche-son-Carey
wedding at Rork Bluffs
it strengthens and vitalizes
VInol tones up the digestive organs,
aids assimilation, enriches the blood,
and rejuvenates every organ In the
body. In this natural manner Vino)
replaces weakness with strength.
We are positive It will benefit everj
old person who will give It a trial
If it don't we will refund their money
GERING & CO. Druggists
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V UII 111CUUI DIUC, 1UI U 1CW
y days putting in our new cop-
Vi nfr 5tnrf frnnr nnr1 wr iv511
cVinw nur nnnrprintlnn rm t1io
l inside for any inconvenience
to which our customers, and
the public, might be put during this period.
Don't pass us by because we're a little dis
figured or afraid anything might drop on
youexcept the continuation of the drop
ping of GOOD VALUES in
Ladies' Oxfords 51.05 to $4.00
Men's " 2.00 to 4.00
Infant's Slippers 55c to 70c
Children's Buster Brown Slippers! CD
SHERWOOD & SON
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