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PREPARED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE OF MURRAY AND VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR THE JOURNAL READERS.
If any of lite mukrt of the Journal kw,w of a social vent or an item of Merest in this vicinity and will mad same to this office it mil appear under this heading
Wt mint ull item of interest. Editor Journal.
Is the first step toward success and for
tune. Protects your family in emergencies.
Educate 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
J. W. Berger attended "Graustark"
at the Parmele in Plattsmouth Mon
Mrs. A. L. Baker and daughter,
Opha, were in Plattsniouth to attend
the play last Monday evening.
By an error on the part of ye pub
lisher, we failed last week to make
mention of Mrs. May Bryan visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mr. J. T.
Porter, south of Murray. Mrs. Bryan
is a cousin of Mrs. Porter and lives
in South Dakota and will visit at her
home for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs.
Porter and Mrs. Bryan were in Platts
niouth on Tuesday of last week.
Has So-mc Good Corn,
fl. C. Long was in Plattsniouth on
Monday afternoon after a load of
hard coal, and took with him a few
ears of corn taken from I1I3 field this
season. They were beauties and If
Henry has many acres of this kind
of grain he will sure have some corn
this year. They were large ears, all
well filled and very heavy, and about
as good as we ever saw.
Murray State Bank
MURRAY, NEBRASKA crra f
Geo. Cook, Murray for fine buggicB
Mrs. A. L. Baker and daughter,
Opha, vent to Plaltsmouth Monday
night to see "CraiiHtark."
Mr. (!. M. Mlmlford was a passen
ger to Omaha Saturday, to get re
pairs for his corn binder.
James Campbell, from near Platts
niouth, is here visiting with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell.
The finest lino of Buggies in Cans
couny at George Cook's. Call and ex
amine our buggies and sec how low we
are selling them.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Phllpot, living
six miles west of Murray, are rejoic
ing over the arrival of a new boy at
their homo Tuesday. Mother and
uon are doing nicely.
Jlr; and Mrs. YVm. Schllehtemler,
from Nehawka, were Murray visitors
Tuesday. Mrs. Schllchtemier fell a
a week ago on a cement sidewalk
and seriously Injured her knee.
MIhs Ma Boedeker returned from
New Mexico Monday evening over the
Missouri Pacific. While In New Mex
ico MIhs Ida had the time of her life,
outing and visiting historical points
Monday evening while- coming up
town, Mis. Al. Kennedy fell from the
sidewalk and fractured a bone In her
left arm. The accident was very
painful and after the bone had been
set the suffering was intense.
Fam ntman has Installed a system
of waterworks In his house with bath
room equipments. The air pressure
system Is used. For a private sys
tem there is nothing superior to this.
He is also putting a similar water
riant In the home of (1. W. Boedeker.
.loo Burton Is constructing cement
sidewalk for the Christian church.
The walks In this part of town have
needed repair for some time and we
tire glad to see the good work go on.
The next movement is to complcto
them to the depot and then the town
will be pretty well supplied with
Pitman & Davis have secured tho
contract from Chas. Chrlsswlsser to
do the plumbing In his new house at
Nehawka. They have also contracted
to Install his heating plant. Theso
tontracts wero obtained In competi
tion with many other contractors
They have tho goods and know how
to Bill them.
Our good friend, E. M. Morelaud,
residing near Murray, was in town
again today with a fine load of
watermelons, and he remembered
the Journal with a line one. Mr.
Moreland formerly lived In Worth
hf 1lr.r ..1 ... It 1
Pearl Lowev. of Chlillcotl,. Mis. e
"'mil .- ii.Jii.iiip, i nuuo 111 ,uuuu;, I (
Know now 10 raise good nu'ions, ana
"" B1'1"1 -" he learned the trick bv which It Is
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Young. ,, , v. ,.,..,,,, vQ ,..,,,.
quite a number of loads of melons to
ham were Omaha visitors Saturday, plattsniouth this season, and ahvavs
Postmaster Baker was a Platts- finds a ready sale for them. The
mouth visitor between trains Satur- thanks of the entire Journal force Is
day night. due Mr. Moreland, and may ho live
You want a new buggp? If you want lon a"(i Iru8lier-
tho best for the least money call on
Mrs. Metzger and daughter, of
Cedar Creek, visited the D. A. Young 1
A Distressing Accident.
Joseph Nejedly, of P.oyal, N
braska, is visiting friends in the city
for a day or so. - He was a pleasant
caller at this office and while here
A. L. Baker was looking after some extended his subscrintlon another
business matters in the county seat yen, ... t.0verBatlon with Mr.
last Saturday evening. N.eJedly we ,earned that R wpek aQ
Attend the Colonial Supper at the last Monday his little five-year-old
Christian church Friday evening. Oc- daughter got hold of a 22 bullet.
tober 15, and get a good square meal. sle placed the bullet on a stone, and
Mrs. James Allison left Tuesday tllen strikln 11 wlth a hammer. The
morning for Oklahoma, where she bullet ex,,0(,e,, the powder striking
will BI....11I tho u Inter u lth l.pr rimnrh. 1,10 1 'B111 e. '"6 lanmy
Ernest Wurl Pronounces it First
Class in Every Respect.
Mr. Ernest Wurl, who for nine
years has been an expert gasoline en
gine man and in the employ of the
Burlington In that capacity, and fre
quently sent over the company's lines
to Inspect this sort of machinery, has
examined the engine sent here for
inspection and Is so favorably Im
pressed with it that he is willing to
endorse the same as one of the most
practical for commercial purposes, he
has ever been. Jlr. Wurl has exam
ined gasoline engines of every variety
of manufacture and with his wide ex
perience is a most capable man to
pas san opinion on the engine in
question. Mr. Wurl says for sim
plicity and strength and durability
the engine which the proposed Platts
niouth company will make, will ex
cel any now on the market, and that
this engine will undoubtedly meet
all requirements of any like machin
ery, and be the engine to fill the
wants of the commercial field.
President Falter, of the Commer
cial club, wired the party desiring to
move his plant to this city, that his
proposition had been accepted and
received a reply to the same, to the
effect that the gentleman will come
to Plattsniouth on Monday, the 17th
Inst., to go over the ground thorough
ly and probably sign up for the new
II. 0. Todd and wife and James i
Brown and wife were attending the
play at the Parmele in Plattsniouth
en Monday evening.
The ladles of the Christian church
physician was called, but gave the
anxious parents no hope of saving
the eye. Mr. Nejedly, thinking there
might be a chance by taking her to
a specialist, accompanied his little
daughter to Omaha' last Saturday,
where Dr. Clifford was consulted. Mr.
will give a Colonial Supper at the Nejedly Informs ua that Dr. Girford
church Saturday evening, October 15. thinks that he can save the eye. Mr.
Everybody Invited. Come and help and Mrs. Nejodly's many friends of
UH 0,,t this city will be sorry to learn of
The Presbyterian Tureen dinner thelr llule daughter's distressing ac-
at the church was quite a success and c(lent but trust she n,ay recover
a great amount of work for the com- wiinin a snort time ana tnat sne win
lug "Country Fair" was accomplish- not loBe the ee- ,r- NeJedly ex-
ed. Tho "County Fair" will be De
cember 3, at the hall.
The girls of the Sunshine Band de
Ided to build a walk In front of their
hurch. and with the help of Lloyd
Gnpen, soon accomplished their un
dcrlaklng, as the money was raised
and the walk made in a week.
On account of the death of Mrs.
Melllngcr's grandfather, it was nec
essary to change the program at the
church Saturday evening. The girls
gave their part of the entertainment
and served supper, which netted
them a neat sum.
The young people of the Christian
church will give a Home Talent play
for the benefit of tho (hurch Novem
her the 12th in Jenkin's hall. Tho
play is tinder the direction of Pauline
Oldham. More extensive notice will
bo given later.
pects to return to his home at Royal,
Nebraska, the middle of next week,
providing his little daughter is able
to accompany him.
l'ine Timber for Sale.
I have thirty-five acres of good
bard wood timber that I wish to sell
by contracting the entire piece by
the acre or cord. The 33 acres will
cut from 700 to 1,000 cords of wood,
and will be sold at a figure that the
contractor can make good money by
dealing the land. It is close to the
road and close to a good market.
For further particulars see or write
A. L. Baker,
REACHED KiS SEVEHTY
THIRD MILESTONE WM
Mr. George W. Reece, who has
been the guest of his niece, Mrs.
Alice Eaton, for a few days, cele
btated his 73rd birthday last Mon
day. In honor of the occasion. Mrs.
Carl Frlckle prepared a sumptuous
birthday dinner, to which Mrs. Prick
le's mother, Mrs. Alice Eaton, and
her mother and Mr. Reece were in
vited. Mr. Reece departed this
morning for St. Joseph, Missouri,
where he will visit his nie. es In that
city for a time before visiting his
sister at Topeka, Kansas, after which
he will return to hia home at Elec
tric, Montana. Mr. Reese resides
near the mountains where there is
perpetual snow, the elevation being
almost two miles above the sea level.
He has Just returned from Atlantic
City, where he attended the annual
encampment of the old veterans of
the war of the rebellion. '
For Infants and Children.
ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT
similai ing the FootfamfRcgiia-lingtiicSioniactsaiuJJJoi
ncss and Restrontairtsncitto
Ansrfect Remedy forCorrsfina-
tlon , Sour Stoni&h.Diarrtaa
ness and Loss or Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THl CIMTUH COMPANY. NCW TOKH OITT.
TIliCTOe HERE TODAY
Mr. H. S. Pelton, president of the
General Construction company, ar
rived in the city this morning to look
over the site for the new postoffice,
and start the work for the new build
ing. The General Construction com
pany have erected a great many pub
lic buildings, and last winter were
engaged in erecting one at Council
Bluffs, and Mr. Pelton trusts that the
coming winter will be more mild so
that the work can be carried on
without such delay as cold weather
v, III necessitate. He tells us that the
work on the foundation will soon be
started, and finished before the
severe cold weather comes, and if
not too severe may be carried right
on to completion of the entire build
ing. This is indeed a pleasing situa
tion to the people of Plattsmouth,
and the new government building
cannot be completed any too soon to
please us all. The Journal has placed
an order now for a mild winter, and
we shall see whether or not It can
be filled, which we are confident of If
the coal man has not beat us to the
shipping clerk, in which case his
order will be filled first. So if we do
not have a mild winter place the
blame to the coal man.
WHEN EH BACK ACHES
Kills a Murderer.
A merciless murderer is Appendl
ritis with many victims. But Dr.
KKing's New Life Pills kill It by pre
vention. They gently stimulate stom
ach, liver and bowels, preventing that
clogging that invites appendicitis,
curing Constipation, Headache, Bil
iousness, Chills. 2rc at F. G.
Frlcke & Co's.
Word has been received from
"Siotty" and Kelly, tho trappers
who left hero some time ago for tho
north in search of rare specimens of
tho furred animals. A beautiful
rayon sketch from Scotty shows ' some good money in them.
where their traps are filled to over
llowlng with muskrats and even two
rats in a trap. It is almost the dream
or the Pled Piper of Hamlin.
Sunday was the time of a very en
joyable occasion at tho homo of
Henry Creamer in a reunion of tho
t'reamer family. Those present
were: Chas. Creamer and family,
AnRle Head and family, from Falls
City; T. T. Young, from Ashland;
Oeorgo Mutz and family, from
Omaha; and Byron Read and family,
of Murray. These families with chil
dren and grandchildren aggregated
Hlxty persons and all spent the day.
Tho Creamer family 1b one of the
oldca and most highly respected
families In the county.
Death of Henry OsscnUop
Henry Ossenkop, brother of John
Ossenkop of this place aim well
known in this county, died at his
Bruce Stone nnlonded a carload of ilomo near Eagle, September 30,
mules Here Tuesday. They were hgio, after an Illness extending over
shipped from Yampa, Colorado, 0,i0,i f two years. Mr. Ossen
where his brother, Charles Stone, kon waa injured by a runaway team
had bought them up. The bunch was al)0Ut two years ago. He was struck
a nice even lot and no doubt there la on ti,e i,enii which caused paralysis
of the brain. He was born In Han
The reading class met Monday af- over, Germany, February 12, 184o
ternoon with Mrs. Walker, with the He leaves a wife and eight children,
following members: Mrs. J. A. three sons and five daughters, many
Walker, Mrs. Lloyd Happen, Mrs. O. relatives and a host of friends. The
II. Gllmore, Misses Pauline and Fay funeral occurred from tho Christian
Oldham, Isabella Young. Margie church in this city, Saturday, Octo
Walker. This Is English year and ber 1, conducted by Elder G. W
tho class exnects to snend a verv llnvfield. interment In the German
profitable nud pleasant winter. Lutheran cemetery. Louisville Cour
Messrs. nud Mesdantes G. H. Gil- lr-
more, Jos. Holmes, W. C. Brown, O.
A. Davis, S. O. Pitman, Mrs. Jas.
Loughbrldge and daughter, May;
Misses Taullno and Fay Oldham,
Marglo Walker, Isabella Young and
Albert Young and Harve Gregg had
a beef roast In the beautiful wood
adjoining town Tuesday afternoon
We have Just received another
Fhipment of Lowney's candy. It is
fresh and good. If you have ever
tried it you know what Lowney's is.
Edw. Rynot & Co.,
Sue. to Goring & Co.
The St. Mary's Rosary congrega
tion will hold their annual church
fair at the Katollcky Sokol hall on
October 26, 27 and 20. This prom
ises to.be one of the most pleasant
occasions of the season, as the entire
congregation are exerting effort to
make the affair a grand success
There will be numerous branches of
entertainment on the program which
will be carefully prepared to please
all who wish to attend. There will
be music, dancing and many booths
at which you can buy the numerous
article offered for sale. This an
nouncement Is made so you can keep
the dates In mind and attend. Fur
ther announcement will be made In
Stoci and (irain Farm For Sale.
222 acres v2 miles east of Murray
and 7 miles south of Plattsmouth.
Good five-room house with excellent
stone cellar. Good $1,000 barn, and
other out buildings. Three good,
living springs, one right at the house,
and everything comfortably situated.
Will be sold for $110 per acre, one
half down, and balance to suit pur
chaser at 6 per cent. Call on or ad
dress nie at Murray, Nebraska.
F. M. Young.
A Woman Finds All Her Energy
and Ambition Slipping Away.
Plattsmouth women know how the
aches and pains that come when the
kidneys fall make life a burden.
Backache, hip pains, headache, dizzy
spells, distressing urinary troubles,
all tell of sick kidneys and warn you
of the stealthy approach of diabetes,
dropsy and Brlght's disease. Doan's
Kidney Pills permanently cure all
these disorders. Here's proof of it In
a Plattsmouth woman's words:
Mrs. James Hodgett, 1102 Main
street, Plattsmouth, Neb., says: "I
suffered a great deal at times from
dull, heavy pains across the small of
my back, especially severe when I
stooped or brought any strain on the
muscles of my loins. About two years
ago I learned of Doan's Kidney Pills
and they brought me such prompt
and positive relief that I have since
used them whenever I have felt In
need of a kidney remedy. I procured
Bonn's KiKdney Pills at Gering &
Co's drug store and do not hesitate
to recommend them."
The above statement was given In
June, 1906, and on December 30,
190S, Mrs. Hodgett said: "I still
hold a high opinion of Doan's Kidney
Pills. I am glad to confirm all I
have previously said about the rem
edy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New Y'ork, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Big Bargain in a Ranch.
A Snap Four hundred acres In
Routt county, Colorado, 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,
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Have you ever used tho celebrated
"Forest Rose" flour? Try it when
you buy the next sack. At all lead
A number of Duroc boars with
pedigree. L. H. Oldham.
Use "Forest Rose" Flour if you
want the best results in making good
bread. Try a sack and you will buy no
ther. For sale by ail leading dealers.
Mrs, S. L. Furlong Critically III.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
S. L. Furlong, of Rock Bluffs, will be
pained to know that the physicians
have given up all hope of prolonging
the life of Mrs. Furlong. The chil
dren and near relatives were notified
today by wire and by mail of the
serious condition of Mrs. Furlong,
who Is expected to survive but a very
Wood For Sale.
One hundred loads of wood, cut
Into stove length, for sale. Also, a
lot of hedge posts and corn crib posts
John P. Latta.
l'a a (Jood Keeper.
William Gilmour, the apple expert,
had in his possession this morning a
Johnathan apple which was raised
last year, and still in a fine state of
preservation, apparently, although
uncle "Billy" declined to let us take
it in our hands. The apple did look
good to eat, and there is no telling
whether It would have kept much
longer had we gotten hold of It.
Dr. Newell, Dentist.
Murray every Tuesday from 8 a.
m., to 5 p. m. All kinds of first
class dental work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
the motner and son are to find in tho
basket a sack of Forest Rose Flour.
After trying some of the "just as
good" brand and "geta prize with each
sack" kind, they are both glad to came
back to the Forest Rose Flour.
The mother, because she is sure of
the good results of her labor, and the
tioy because he knows the bread and
biscuit will always taste "bully good."
Wahoo Mill Co.
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