The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, September 01, 1910, Image 2

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    Murray Department
2 Special School Bargains!
This Week Only
If any of tht nadert of tht Journal kntne of a tocial tvtnt or an item of interest in thit vicinity and will mati name to thit offiu it mil appear under thit heading
Wt vant all iUmt of interest. Editor Journal.)
-lank accounl-
Is the first step toward success and for
tune. Protects your family in emergencies.
Educates your children.
Makes you independent.
Gives you standing in the community.
It is a valuable aid in any enterprise
undertaken anywhere by anybody
under any condition.
If you do not have, a bank account,
let us suggest that you start one with
us amediately. ' .
Murray State Bank
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Ceo. Cook, Murray for fine buggies.
Harve Gregg was an Omaha visi
tor Saturday.
Mrs. Alf. Nickels Is numbered
among the sick.
Harve Gregg was a Plattsmouth
visitor Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Frank Lilly has been under
the doctor's care for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Pitman spent
Sunday with relatives In Cedar Creek.
Jack McNatt has a child that is
reported quite sick at the present
MIhs Verna Tracy of South Omaha
is vlHltlng with Miss Isabella Young
this week.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cunningham of
Kehawka is visiting Mrs. D. J. rit
mnn this week.
MIhs Ettle Nickels has been very
alck for the past week but Is better
at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Y C. Drown made
a buslneHs trip to Plattsmouth Sat
urday afternoon.
Mrs. James Loughrldge In visiting
this week with friends and relatives
In Lincoln and Mllford.
Uncle Jacob Gruber, father of Mrs.
Nick Klaurens, Is reported qtilto 111.
Uncle Jake lives In Nohawkn.
Ding-dong! Hear that school bell
boys and girls. He sure and bo on
band next Monday morning. !
Albert Young drove to I'latts
mouth Monday afternoon on business
returning the same evening.
Albeit Young departed Wednesday
evening for a brief visit with his
brother, Dal, in North Dakota.
Dr. Jako Brcndel returned from
Avoca Wednesday evening where he
has been for tho' past two days.
Miss Hazel Dovey of Plattsmouth
tame in Wednesday morning for a
visit with Miss Margerle Walker.
William Sporer and family and
Alva Long and family enjoyed a
day's outing at the river Friday.
The Misses Franks, who have been
visiting at Union, spent several days
with Dr. and Mrs. G. II. Gllmore this
Arthur Daker Is still feeling very
lonely. Mrs. ltaker Is still visiting
the scenes of her childhood back in
""Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rrown enter
tained Misses Anna Mack, Margerle
Walker and Mr. Hugh Robb at supper
Charles Carroll Is In Plalnvlew
this week looking after business mat
ters. He will perhaps visit with his
ion, Earn, for a few days.
Colonel Jenkins and Meek Davis
departed for Grand Forks, S. D., on
Wednesday evening where they will
view the country for a few days
Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Ilaxtcr and
Miss Anna Craves were Plattsmouth
visitors Wednesday morning, going
up on the early trnln and returning
at 10: no.
J. W. Holmes was a Plattsmouth
visitor Wednesday, Where he went to
look after some business matters, re
turning on tho midnight train. John
Hatt took him up In his auto wagon.
Joseph Kccnan nnd wife, and Her
bert and Anna Keeiiau of Omaha
enmo' down Sunday morning to bo
present nt tho funeral of their grand
mother, Mrs. Joseph Sliera.
Mrs. James Koenan and little son
who came down to the funeral of her
mother, Mrs. Shera, remained over
a few diys in Murray to visit her
sister, Mrs. J. W. Holmes and fam
ily. James W. Holmes returned from
his trip to Chicago and other Illinois
points Sunday night.
Misses Zetta Drown, Florence
"White and Messrs. Guy White and
JI. Kelly, of Plattsmouth, attended
the dance Saturday night.
MrS. Oscar Gapen and daughter,
Miss Martha, departed Wednesday
for South Haven, Mich., for a two
weeks' visit with Mrs. Gapen's par
ents. The dance Saturday night was
quite well attended, and as usual, the
best of order prevailed and a fine
time enjoyed by all present. Many
out of town young people participat
ed. Henry C. Long and his grandson,
Chester Shrader, departed Tuesday
morning for Furnas county, the home
of Chester's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Shrader, where Mr. Long will
look after some of his land Inter
ests. Ellis Daniels who was here visiting
for several days from Tuttlo, Okla.,
returned home Saturday. Mr. Daniels
formerly resided In this city and re
moved to Oklahoma two or three
years ago. He has sold his farm
there and Is now on the look-out for
a new location.
Dr. Will and Mrs. Drendel of Av
oca spent Monday and Tuesday In
Murray visiting his parents, Dr. D.
F. Drendel nnd Mrs. Drendel and
family and other relatives. They
returned homo Wednesday morning.
Dr. Jake Drendel of this place went
over to look after Dr. Will's practice
during his visit here.
A Farewell Party.
I.nst Saturday afternoon Chester
Shrader Invited about twenty of his
little friends to spend the afternoon
with him at the beautiful home of
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C.
Long. The little folks came early
and It Is useless to say that they were
royally entertained.
After playing games until tired,
they were all seated on the lawn
where a delicious three course lunch
eon was served the little guests, and
to which all did ample Justice. Those
present were: Wesley, George, Clara,
Myrtlo, Virginia, llesslo and Bonnie
Copenhaver, Lorrene and Mayone
Chambers, Grace, Fern and Lester
Dill, Howard and Forest Porter, Olga
and Will Mlnford, Walker Gllmore,
Hoy and Lena Klaurens, Leona and
Marie Davis, and Chester Shrader.
Miss Gertrude Long was assisted In
serving by Miss Maude Rusterholtz.
Late in tho afternoon the llttlo guests
departed for tluir homes voting Ches
ter a royal entertainer, but sorry
to lose him as a playmate. Chester
left Monday for bis home at Hoi
brook, Neb., but will doubtless re
member this pleasant event.
An Unfortunate Voun l.inly.
Miss Blanche Mougey who resides
w ith her parents near Union was at
tacked on Sunday evening a week ago
with something on tho order of ner
vous prostration. Mr. and Mrs. Mou
gey becoming alarmed at tho condt
Hon of their daughter, called Dr
Urendel, who administered to her
temporary relief, but It was thought
best to take her to Omnba. So on
Tuesday evening Dr. Drendel accom
panied the young lady to the Clark
son hospital, where it is hoped she
will soon recover. MIbs Mougey Is an
excellent young lady, and attended
the high school In Plattsmouth for
several years, where she made many
friends among her schoolmates, all
of whom sympathise with her In her
Dr. IJ. V. Drendel Del num.
Dr. D. F. Drendel returned home
Friday night from his visit In Indi
ana. When he departed for the scene
of his childhood he only expected
to be gone for about ten days. He
enjoyed himself so profusely that be
extended his trip ten days, and then
his friends were lothe to let him
go. He reports a fine time but he
says there is no place like Nebraska
and Cass county. On his trip through
Illinois and Iowa he jays crops have
been good In those states. The" doc
tor's many friends In Murray and
vicinity are pleased to know that he
enjoyed his trip so well. .
Card of Thanks.
The undersigned take this oppor
tunity of expressing their deepest
gratitude to those neighbors and
friends for their sympathy, kindness
and assistance during the trying or
deal tnrough which we have just
passed In the death of our dear moth
er by the assassin's hands, and dur
ing the funeral. Words are almost
Inadequate to express our sincere
feelings In behalf of our kind friends
and may. God bless them;' Is our
, Mrs. Addle Keenan and family
William Shera and family.
Mrs. J. W. Holmes and family.
Good Fanners in Town.
P. B. Slmth, C. M. Cole, J. L.
Smith and Thomas Nix, all from the
vicinity of Murray were looking af
ter some business matters In the
county seat Tuesday afternoon. They
are all good friends of the Journal,
and we were pleased to see them.
Especially were we glad to see our
old friend, J. L. Smith, and to know
that he Is able to be up and around
again. The old gentleman is eighty
three years of age and for the past
year or more he has been very sick
and at times doubtful whether or
not he would recover, and we were
Indeed pleased to see him look so hale
and hearty. They are all good men
and our only complaint Is that they
do not visit the county seat oftener.
Week Km; rally.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Drendel gave a
week end party to a number of their
friends at their home west of Murray
last week. One feature of the event
was a picnic In tho large grove which
every one greatly enjoyed. The
guests were: Miss Mary Sheehy, Joe
Weppner, Tom Sheehy and George
Pennington of South Omaha, and
Margaret Livingston, Louise, Flor
ence and John Vallery.
PipM for Sale.
I have a number of spring male
Uuroc Jersey pigs for sale.
N. Klaurens.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Yesterday the Journal printed an
article written after an Interview
with our excellent friend, William
Gilmour, residing south of this city
In which we stated that the Shera
murder was the first ever committed
In Rock Bluffs precinct. The Jour
nal also has a friend residing In
Plattsmouth and one who has resid
ed here for many years In the person
of Mr. Joseph Johnson who says Mr.
Gllmore Is mistaken In the number
and localities of some of the Cass
county murders. A great many years
ago a man whose name ho has for
gotten, but who was conducting a sa
loon Just below the old town of Itock
Bluffs was murdered and the mur
derer escaped across the river and
was never captured. About forty
yenrs ago he says an old lady by tho
name of Towers was shot down from
a clump of underbrush along tho
reailslde, being killed. Mr. Johnson
does not mnke this statement with
tho Intention of entering any con
troversy whatever, but bo says It is
right to place the crime where It Is
Tho finest line of Buggies in Cass
couny at George Cook's. Call and ex
amine our buggies and see how low we
are selling them.
Has Lived on One Farm Near
Murray For Past Thirty-five
From Wednesday's Dally.
Mrs. S. J. Fleming, one of tbe pl
neer ladies of Cass county died at her
home one mile south and two miles
west of Murray at one o'clock this
morning of complication of diseases
which has been very baffling to the
physicians but was thought to be can
cer. The deceased has been 111 for
some months past and expert medical
aid was summoned with no avail. She
grew wurse gradually until the end
came at one o'clock this morning.
Miss Orlllla Holeomb was born in
LaSalle county, Illinois, on the 12th
day of April, 1841,'and was married
to Samuel J. Fleming in 1861, mov
ing to Cass county and later settling
on tr)e farin g W here death claimed
them both, thfrty-flve years ago, or
In 1874, Sir. Fleming. having answer
ed' the ''final call and 'passed' to the
great beyond ten years previous.
While Mrs. Fleming had lived to ad
vanced age, being sixty-nine years
of age, she was In perfect health up
to two years ago when the trouble
that caused her death first appeared,
In the form of a growth under the i
arm. This was removed by an opera
tion and she seemed to Improve for
a time but later returned with fatal
To this happy union four children
were born, three daughters and one
son, the three daughters survive her,
and the one son, Clarence, met death
from drowning about twenty years
ago. The three surviving daughters
are Mrs. Silas Crabtree, who lives In
Idaho, Mrs. J. T. Porter, with whom
the deceased has made her home on
the old farm near Murray, and Mrs.
Dlalr Porter, living In Union.
The bereaved relatives have the
sympathy of ail in this, their hour
of deepest sorrow, and In the passing
of this most highly esteemed lady
they realize the fact that the loss is
not only confined to the near rela
tives but to the entire community
where she has lived for bo many
years. A loss which only lifes ever
changing events can subdue.
The funeral will be held at the
late home on Thursday afternoon and
interment will be had in Mt. Pleas
ant cemetery where all that remains
earthly of this excellent lady will be
laid beside her chosen companion
through life, her husband.
You want a new bupgp? If you want
the best for the least money call on
George Cook.
Quite a number of this locality at
tended the club dance at Murray Sat-
tunny lUKui.
Alfred Gansemer shelled corn Sat
urday and delivered It to Charles
Philpot & Son.
MK and Mrs. William Puis and
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Puis spent Sun
day at the home of P. A. Illld.
The public sale of Tyler Shepherd-
son was largely attended.
W. II. Puis, one of our substantial
farmers, Is a candidate for represen
tative this rear.
Henry Engelkemeler made a trip
to Murray Sunday with his Mason
Mr. and Mrs. George Plllard left
Monday for their home In Gage coun
ty after spending a week visiting
Mrs. Schaffer and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Eaf. Oaks of Fair
bury Neb., and Mrs. Levi Rusterholtz
spent Tuesday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Puis.
The school board Is fixing up the
school house this week. It Is being
treated with a new coat of paint and
a new furnace, etc., and when rigged
up, will be one of the best In the
I.lttlo Child Dies.
Roy, the Infant son of William Os
senkop and wife of near Louisville
died last night and will be buried
tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Schln
ter went to Loulsvlllo this afternoon
to attend the funeral. Mrs. Schlnter
Is a sister of Mrs. Ossenkop.
If you haven't the time to exercise
regularly, Donn's Itegulets will pre
vent constipation. They produce a
mild, easy, healthful action of tho
bowels without prlplng. Ask your
rirus-glrft for them. 2 5 cents.
No. 1
Boy's Knickerbocker Suits $2.48!
These are clean-ups from our $3, $4
and $5 lines and every one of them are
first-class and dependable. We have
nearly every size now, tut not many
of each size. We advise you to come
early. We have just 3 large sizes left
in our famous Si line. Also 2 size 4 and
5 size 15 left in knee pants at 25c.
No. 2
Boy's Long Pant Suits $3.95!
These are little men's suits, 3-pieces,
coat, vest and long pants. They are
clean-ups from lines that sold as high
as $7. We have most all sizes from 12
to 20. Better not wait till they're
picked over. First come first served.
A fev boy's' long pants in good strong
materials $1.25.
These prices are for this week only and we ask
you to bring this ad with you.
C. E. Wescott's Sons
Miss Lillian Bajeck of Plattsmouth
is visiting at the home of G. V. Sny
der this week.
Miss Mabel Klser of Lincoln is vis
iting her brother, Guy Keiser, this
Mrs. William Strelght and daugh
ter, Muried, of Plattsmouth who have
been visiting at J. R. Vallery's for a
few days returned home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson
of South Omaha and Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Drew of Omaha came overland
In the latter's auto to visit friends
and relatives In Mynard and vicinity
a few days.
The Ladies Aid society was enter
tained by Mrs. Nelson Murray Wed
nesday afternoon.
G. W. Snyder and C. F. Vallery
were looking after business matters
In Council Bluffs Wednesday.
Garwood Richardson and his sis
ter are visiting this week with J. R.
Miss Tony Janda of Plattsmouth
and Mrs. ZIon of Omaha are spend
ing today (Thursday) with Mrs. Ed.
Mr. C. Bengen's fine new residence
Is near completion.
Miss Lenora Snyder Is spending a
few days visiting with friends in
John Speck of Omaha was called
home Tuesday on account of the se
rious illness of his mother.
Philip Rhyme and Miss Fry of
Plattsmouth spent Sunday at James
V. F. Gllllsple was a business visi
tor In South Omaha Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Melsinger and
son spent Sunday with Grandpa Mar
ler and wife.
"The firm of Zuckweiler-Lutz &
Richardson have dissolved. Mr. W.
T. Richardson becoming the sole ow
ner and will stll continue to do busi
ness at the old stand where he will
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are made for variety of purposes. Foi Gasoline En-
gine work you should use a battery made for that J
jj purpose. Sj
and guarantee each one to be fresh. We test them
for you when you buy them, so that you know what
you are getting.
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be pleased to meet all of his old cus
tomers as well as the new ones.
Boyd Porter has returned from a
month's visit at Albany, New York.
He reports having a very enjoyable
Grandma Gapen was spending Mon
day with her daughter, Mrs. G. W.
Frank Marler, Sr., made a trip to
the county Beat Wednesday.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nev
er disappoints those who use It for
obstinate coughs, colds and Irrita
tions of tbe throat and lungs. It
Btands unrivalled as a remedy for all
throat and lung diseases. Sold by
all dealers.
Most disfiguring skin eruptions,
scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are
due to impure blood Burdock Blood
Bitters is a cleansing blood tonic. It
makes you clear-yed, clear-brained,
1 will on Thursday of every week de
liver Ice Cream, Fruit at Fresh Oysters
at your very door.
Watch for the Auto!