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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1910)
HOt:. K. A. GATES
I'll (TARED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE OF MURRAY AND VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR THE JOURNAL READERS.
Murray Department ,:;. POPULAR PEOPLE
m Fl LIFE
If any of Vi4 reuikrt of tlu Journal kiKne of a social emit or an item 'of interest
H' aunt all item of interest. Editor Journal.
Is the first step toward success and for
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
Murray State Bank
f t 1 MURRAY,
Geo. Cook, Murray for fine buggies
Mat Klgman moved Into Jenkins'
property on Main street, Tuesday.
lie sure and attend the entertain
ment at the Christian church Octo
You want a new buggp? If you want
the best for the least money call on
Hear Mrs. Milliliter Saturday
evening, October 8, at the Christian
Mrs., Jenkins pun based three lots
, of Nick Vllannens this week to be
used for a cow pasture.
Dr. T. V. Davis, of Lincoln, was
down Monday to visit his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Davis.
Rev. A. E. Wachtol will prench In
Mynard next Sunday evening. Every
body cordially Invited to attend.
The finest lino of Buggies in Ca.-"s
cottvijr at George Cook's. Call and ex
amine our buggies and see how low we
are selling them.
Charley Spanker and (lien Perry
went down Into Otoo county Monday
for a couple of loads of apples, ex
pecting to return Wednesday evening.
f AV. E. Dull has purchased threo
lots of Nick KlanneiiB, for which he
pnld $800.00, and will erect a new
residence thereon and move to town.
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Contryman left
Tuesday of Inst week for Colorado,
where they will spend several weeks
at Denver, Manltou and Colorado
John Vallery and wife, of Denver,
Mrs. Vallery, Mrs. Miner, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Strclght, of Hattsmouth.
were the guests of J. U. Vallery and
Louise Vallery wos a passenger for
South Omaha Monday, where she will
be a guest nt the homo of P. Sheeny
for the week and take lu the Ar-Sar-lten
J. W. Edmunds bought this week
the 120-acro farm of Frank Wiles,
two miles south of Plattsmouth, for
which ho paid per acre, which
Is considered only a fair price.
T. J. Itodeker, of Wausau, canio
In Saturday for a few days' visit
with relatives and old neighbors and
friends, and will return homo on
Thursday. Mr. Boedeker Is well
pleased with Wnusau and surround
Wm. Scott, the genial agent of the
M. P., Is taking his vacation, and Is
out In the western part of the state
bunting and trapping. Will McDan
lei Is holding down the office In
Scott's nbsenco, and he knows tho
trick by which It Is done.
William Spocer has bought the SO
cro farm of Mrs. James Allison, for
which ho paid $102 'a an acre. Mr.
Spocer owns tho far nmdjolnlng, and
while this Is considered a big price,
H Ib worth more to him than anyone
-lso. Mrs. Allison will remove to
Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith were In
Oninha Wednesday to meet Mr.
Smith's sister, Mrs. Clarence Fletcher
and husband, of Ong, Nebraska, who
are coming to pay them a visit. They
remained In Omaha until after tho
electrical parade, and returned with
their visitors on the midnight train.
Mrs. Fletcher has visited her brother
here on Roveral occasions, and Is quite
NEBRASKA t . n
Will Smith was a Plattsmouth vis
J. W. Edmunds and Alva Long
were Plattsmouth visitors Monday.
Dr. Gllmore and his little daughter,
Helen, autoed to Plattsmouth Thurs
Don't forget to attend the enter
tainment at the Christian church Sat
urday evening, October 8.
W. C. Drown has been quite ill for
several days, but his many friends
trust that It will result In nothing
Clara Young was home from Weep
ing Water Academy Sunday to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Latta donated a fine
sink, drawing board and cupboard
toward furnishing the Presbyterian
The K. N. U. will give a bazaar at
Kenosha Christian church Saturday
evening, October 29th. A cordial
welcome to all.
F. J. Llllle, of near Murray, was a
Plattsmouth visitor Tuesday, and
while there had his subscription
marked up to June 7, 1912. Good
The Harvest Home dinner and sup
per at the Presbyterian church Fri
day was a success In every way, net
ting the Missionary society over
Mrs. O. A. Davis and Mrs. S. O.
Pitman and Dick Pitman went to
Omaha Wednesday morning to spend
the day and take In the electrical
parade In tho evening.
H. L. Oldham visited his sister,
Mrs. Dora Moore, at Plattsmouth,
Sunday and Monday. Their brother,
Good, came In from Heaver City for a
few days' visit with them.
Arthur Copenhaver and Miss Tessle
Stokes and George Nickels and Miss
Trude Long were Omaha visitors
Wednesday, and Veniolned to rcc the
electrlcul parade at night.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klaurens moved
to their new home on the James Chal
funt farm, southeast of Murray, this
week. Society circles regret the de
parture of this excellent family.
Mrs. J. W. Edwards was called to
Shenandoah, Iowa, Monday, on ac
count 'of the serious Illness of her
brother, Mr. P. Ferguson. At last
accounts Mr. Fereguson was In a dan
Misses Fay Oldham and Isabella
Young made their customary Journey
to Plattsmouth Wednesday morning,
where they are studying music under
Miss Kittle Cummins. The young
ladles continued their Journey to
Omaha to boo the electrical parade.
Thero Is a manufacturing enter
prise of which many of tho residents
or tho vicinity know but little about.
Wm. Scott, agent for tho M. P., has
Invented a hide Btretcher, used for
stretching all kinds of fur pelts. And
It is amazing the demand for these
stretchers all over tho west. We ex
pect to see "Scotty" rated with the
trusts cro many years.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Morgan. Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Datrd, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Crablll, Rev. and Mrs. Cade, Prof.
Gambleund Mrs. Gamble, Dr. and
Mrs. Cummins, all of Plattsmouth,
came down In their autos Friday
evening to attend the Harvest Home
supper at the Presbyterian church.
in this vicinity ami will mail tame to thin
A I'lcusuiit Event.
There was a very pleasant evening
spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Vallery Saturday, October 1st,
when Mrs. Vallery Invited the "Help
ing Hand" Bible class of the Christ
Ian Sunday school to be present.
Many games were played, but the
one which proved most Interesting
was charades. Dainty refreshments
were served and at a late hour they
left, after thanking Mr. and Mrs. Val
lery for the good time had. Those
Misses Isabella Young, Edith La
Rue, Loretta Carroll, Esther Ray,
Ogla Wlnford, Villa Gapen, Bessie
Brendell, Leola Vallery, Margie Val
lery, Ruth Thomason, Anna Snyder,
Mildred Snyder, Vera Yardly, Wllla
Moore; Messrs. Harvey Creamer,
John Jenkins, Frank Dill, Warren
Lennard, Will Seybolt, Tom Tilson,
Homer Yardly, Arthur Hansen, Erret
Thomason, Donald Snyder, Albert
Wiles, Carl Wettencamp, Archie
Shepardson, Bob Cook, Virgil Sud
deth, Charley Vallery, Dr. and Mrs.
J. F. Brendel, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Val
Miss Fay Oldham Entertains.
Fay Oldham entertained the Ken
sington Tuesday afternoon. This Is
the first meeting after their summer
The Kensington reorganized and
have now for their members the fol
lowing persons: Mesdames James
Holmes, W. S. Smith, O. A. Davis, S.
O. Pitman, Jos. Longbrldge, Geo. H.
Gllmore, G. W. Boedecker, T. J. Bren
del, Glen Perry, W. C. Brown; Misses
Margie Walker, Gertrude Long,
lsabelle Young, Pauline and Fay Old
bam. Be sure and hear Mrs. Melllnger at
the Christian church Saturday even
ing. Good music will be rendered by
the young people of the church.
A few friends of Mr. and Mrs. Nick
Klourens gathered at their home last
Wednesday evening for a farewell
surprise. Various games were played
and enjoyed by all. A dainty lunch
was served during the evening. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Carroll and Loretta and Mrs. B. Ber
ger, Mr. and Mrs. R. Young, Mr. and
i.frs. C. D., Spangler, Margaret and
Everett; Mr. and Mrs. Jamer Brown,
Mrs. John Campbell, Mrs. Wm. Hen
ilrlckB, of Plalnvlew; Mrs. B. F. Bren
dell, Mrs. J. F. Brendell, Mrs. Bur
dlck, of Nehawka; Louisa and Ella
Virgin, Mr. Virgin, sr., and Mr. and
Sunday, at 2 p. m., at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wheeler, the
grand parents, was held the funeral
services of little Mary Grace, aged C
years, 1 month, 20 days, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Batterson. She
died at 7 o'clock Saturday morning
at her home at Nebraska City, after
an Illness of only three days. She
was taken with a severe attack of
biliousness, when she was seized with
convulsions and died In a few
moments. Llttlo Mary Grace was a
very bright little girl and loved by
all. She visited In this city a num
ber of times with her grand parents
and made many friends.
The funeral services were conduct
ed by Elder P. A. Field, of the
Seventh Day Adventist church, of
Omaha, assisted by the Rev. Hill, of
the Christian church at Murray.
Special music was rendered by the
choir from Liberty Chapel. The pall
bearers were the aunts and uncles of
their beloved llttlo Mary. They were
Lillian Wheeler, Marie Wheeler, Joe
Wheeler and Albert Wheeler.
Wood For Sale.
One hundred loads of wood, cut
Into stove length, for sale. Also, a
lot of hedge posts and com crib posts
John T. Latta,
Dr. Newell, Dentist.
Murray every Tuesday from 8 a.
m., to 5 p. m. All kinds of first
class dental work. Satisfaction guar
anteed. For Sale!
A number of Duroc boars with
pedigree. L. H. Oldham.
Pigs For Sale.
I have a number of spring male
Duroc-Jersey pigs for pie,
i N. Klaurenr.
Hon. J. B. Strode, of Lincoln, la
In thei city looking after business In
the district court. ,
office it will aotar under this heading
PASSES Ml ESIOI
A Large Number of Friends
Assist Her in Remembering
Mrs. T. W. Vallery was fifty years
old last Saturday, and the event was
most Joyfully and pleasantly remem
bered by herself and family and
many of her friends. The Vallery
home Is situated three miles north
west of Murray, and some time be
fore the dinner hour the participants
in the celebration began to arrive.
and a happy throng It was by the
time they all got there. After din
ner was over (and, oh, my, what a
sumptuous repast It was) the balance
of the day was spent in pleasantries of
various kinds, and when the parting
hour came, it was with much regret,
as the event was one that will be
long remembered, not only by the
hostess but by all present. On leav
ing everyone did so with the wish
that Mrs. Vallery might live to enjoy
many more such events, and that she
will live to attain a ripe old age.
Those who were present to assist
Mrs. Vallery In this memorable event
were: Mesdames T. W. Vallery,
Thomason, Rusterholfz, Rummel,
Molly Vallery, Snyder, Wiles, Steve
Beckman, Henry Long, Frank Young,
Bert Satchel, Glen Rhoden, D. C.
Rhoden, Georgia Creamer, Jessie
Smith, Wheeler, Geo. Rhoden, Frank
Rhoden, Alex Rhoden, Glen Vallery,
Joe Cook, B. F. Brendell, J. F. Bren
dell, Albert Wheeler, Mn. Meek
Davis, Chas. Tilson; Misses Jessie
Brendell, lsabelle Young, Tessie
Stokes and Lena Davis.
BEEFSTEAK DINNER AT THE
HOME OF PROF. ASCH
Tre Tj-.embers of ti.e Flrthdpv cp-b
J chartered a carryall Saturday at no.u
land drove to ;le pretty l.oire of r.
land Mrs. J. Asch, near Murray. T!:e
occas-ion of this was the birthday an
niversary of Miss Dora Fricke, a
member of the club. Just boforj they
leached' the Asch hon.e. the entire
company covered their faces with
masks and turned their coats Inside
out, consequently when they made
their appearance they were not recog
nized by the host and hostess at first.
However, they were invited into the
house and some time was spent In
finding out w horn they might be, some
not being recognized until their
masks hal been removed.
After the masks had been removed,
a social time was enjoyed w hich made
the time pass all too rapidly. At
early candle light the ladies were In
vited to the dining room, where a
delicious beefsteak dinner was served
and which the ladies found delight
fully appetizing and pleasant. It Is
needless to say aught about the din
ner as it had been prepared by Mrs.
Asch and was prepared as the hostess,
only, knows how. Other dainty dishes
bad been prepared and were most
temptingly served and, also
thoroughly relished. Whenever In
vited to the Asch home, the ladies
always expect a fine time and expecta
tions were fully realized In the enter
tainment afforded them Saturday af
ternoon. The ladles returned to their
homes in the evening about nine
Those In attendance were: Mes
dames Ben Elson, of Los Angeles,
Calif.; Edith Donelan, Will Clement.
Anna Brltt, Henry Harold, C. G.
Fricke, James Donnelly; Misses Mia
and Barbara Gerlng, Maude Mason,
Verna Leonard, Julia Herman and
Big I'urgolii In a Hunch.
A Snap Four hundred acres In
Routt county, Colorado, 1 six miles
from Yampa, near a good town, liv
ing water, rich soil, great for hay.
grain, and as for a stock ranch can't
be beat; for further particulars write
me and I will send full description. I
have other ranches.
Chas. S. Stone.
A farm six miles west of Murray.
For particulars write or see
J. H. Haldeman,
10-C-lmowkly. Plattsmouth, Neb.
FOR SALE Pedigreed DurocJer
tey male plga. V. E Perry,
Mr. John Vallery and Miss Mar
garet Livingstone Married at
For seme time this community has
been on the lookout for something
in the matrimonial line to happen,
and Wednesday morning the pros
pective" bride and groom, accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bren
dell, might have bc?n observed
wending their way to the depot to
take the train for Nebraska City,
where the young couple were mar
ried. By whom the ceremony was
performed, we did not learn. They
returned on the evening train, and
when stepping off, they were met
with a shower of rice. The happy
couple are Mr. John Vallery and Miss
The bride and groom are both
popular young people, and were
reared In Cass county. The bride Is
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. V.
Livingston, and a young lady of fine
accomplishments and charming man
ners. The groom Is a young man of
excellent qualities, and a son of
Jacob Vallery, one of the wealthy
and mo3t prosperous farmers and
stockmen in Cass county, and very
popular among all who know him.
Their maritlal career w ill no doubt be
a happy and prosperous one, as they
belong to two among the best fami
lies of the community la which they
w ere reared.
We undertsand they will make
their home upon one of the farms of
the groom's father. They have a
large circle of friends who will Join
the Journal in extending congratula
tions and wkh the hope as down the
rathway of Time they glide the same
may be strewn with tho sweetest and
Kcncli!n3 the Top
in any calling 'of life, demands a vig
orous body and a keen brain. With
out health there is no success. , But
Electric Bitters is the greatest Health
Builder the world has ever known.
It compels perfect aition of stomach,
Ever, kidneys, bowels, purifies and
enriches the blood, tones and invigor
ates the whole system and enables
you to s'anl the wear and tear of
your dally work. "After months of
si ffering from Kidney Trouble,"
w rites W. ?!. Sherman, of Cushing,
V?.. "three ro tie of Electric Bitters
made rre feel like a new man." 50c
at F. G. Fricke & Co'i.
John Campbell, of Murray, was in
the city cn bisii:e?3 yesterday after
Society Brand Clothes
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id men who vre young In spirit
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I stand firmly on the democratic
I am against county option, because
It Is simply a stepping-stone to state
1 favor the present Slocumb law
and Its strict enforcement.
I am pledged to vote for the peo
ple's choice for United States senator.
I am in favor of the Initiative and
1 am in favor of good roads, and
will favor an amendment to the
present road law that will lead to
I ask that my republican opponent
state to the voters of Otoe and
Cass where he stands on these ques
tions. 1 respectfully solicit the votes of
all who agree with me upon these
Depart For Mulio.
H. R. Neitzel and wife and chil
dren departed this afternoon for
Boise, Idaho, via Omaha. Mr. and
Mrs. F. R. Guthman accompanied
them to Omaha, to see them off. Mr.
Neitzel shipped a carload of furni
ture to Boise some time ago and will
be absent from this country for a
year or more. He has left Mr. Henry
Guthman in charge of the Murdock
bank, and will take his time in the
disposition of some Important busi
ness at Boise.
"The Wolf" Tonight.
Those who fail to go to the Parm
eletheatre tonight will fail to witness
one of the best plays ever rendered
in this city. "The Wolf" will also be
played by one of the best companies
that ever visited Plattsmouth, every
member of which Is a professional
actor, and you can bet your bottom
dollar that "The Wolf" will be prop
erly presented. The hduse should be
well filled. Be sure and be there
early In order to secure a good seat.
tive of young Amer
The new Society
Brand Model pic
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skill o i the hand
specially trained in
the study and de
velopment of young
men's styles. The
fabrics are deep lus
trous browns' and
grays in soft-plaids
The new Society
Brand models await
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Suits and Overcoats
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Others $10 to $18
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