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Is the first step toward success and for
tune. Protects your family in emergencies.
EducaUs your children.
Makes you independent.
Gives you standing in the community.
It in 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
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cay vsiuiu LcJim
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Ceo. Cook, Murray for fino busies
Lay anldo Novernlier 12 to attend
the Homo Talent play.
Mr. Iscley, from Omaha was here
Wednesday, on business,
You want a new buggy? If you want
the best for the least money coll on
Mrs. Robb and daughter, from
Wyoming, spent election day with
friends In Murray.
VV. J. Fhilpot received two car
loads of stork cuttle firm South
Dr. Newell and Good Todd, from
Union, drove through here on their
way from Plattsmouth, Wednesday.
Miss Florence Dovey, from l'latts
nicuitu, spent the latter part of last
weik with Miss Marglo Walker.
The finest lint of Buggies in Cans
county Ht George Cook's. Call and ex-1
amine our buggies and see how low wo i
are selling them.
Representative John II. Potts and
lils daughter will attend Arthur
Everett's studio tea at Jenkln's hall
Saturday evening, November 12.
Get through with your work early
Saturday evening, November 12, and
como up to JenUin's hall and have
enough fun to keep you smiling all
Jack I'hllpot and wire, and licit
I'hllpot and wife, eunio over from
Weeping Water Sunday evening for
n short visit with friends.
Win. nico and wife and daughter,
.Miss Esther, were In l'laUsmouth
lant Saturday evening to attend the
Dr. Gllmore, Chus. ltoedeker and
W. 11. lloedeker were In Plattsmouth
last Saturday evening, making the
trip in the big auto of Glen lloedek
er. There will be preaching ot'tho
Kenosha church by W. J. Hill, ot
llethnny, Nebraska, on Sunday, No
vember 1 3. Hi 3 o'clock p. m. Every
Mr. Rcckinan, our worthy, road
man, Is doing Home work In and
iibout Murray. Mr. lleckman will be
our overseer for next year, and he
promises to tako out all high Joints.
This department ot the Journal
has been sadly neglected for the past
few weeks, but tho election Is over
now. and wo will hereufter servo our
usual grist of news from Murray and
A band of gypsies stopped ToT a
short time In Murray, Friday. For
tune telling and begging, as Is tho
usual habit of these people. One
peculiarity notlecnblo was their chil
dren running about bare-footed while
the fathers stood about clad In fur
The party who took that buggy
tongue from the lot In tho rear of
Dr. Gilmoro's offico had better re
turn Hie same, and soon, The owner
well knows who has It and If the
flame Is returned within a ono week
from this date there will be nothing
said, and will save themselves trou
ble. The owner can prove property,
and will do so, If It Is not returned.
Rex Young and wife were In the
county seat last Saturday evening to
attend the play at the Parmele.
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All fun, all laugh at the hall Satur
day evening, November 12.
Come to Mr. Everett's studio tea
Saturday night, November 12, at Jen
Mr. J. A. Walker lias been under
tho weather for the past week, but
What do you think of your politi
cal predictions? Something similar
to weather forecasts?
Girls, boys, come to Jenkln's hall
Saturday night, November 12. You
will get a few pointers that may prove
Wm. Puis passed through here
Wednesday on his way to Platts
mouth. He was accompanied by his
All those "who are dissatisfied with
their wives come to Jenkln's hall Sat
urday night, November 12, and see a
Win. Hamilton drove to Nehawka,
Wednesday morning, where he Is con
structing a new house for C. C'hrls
wesser. If you wish to see a real jolly
bunch and a Jolly good time, see the
"Caso of Suspension" at the hall,
Doctors H. F. Iliendel and wives
inado a dinner party Sunday for a
few of their friends residing In the
vicinity of Murray, and one who was
present described the feast as a mag
nlllcent spread. Tho dining tabie
groaned under Its load of palltablo
lands and delicious puslry prepared
by the Mesdanies Iliendel. An eye
witness, who Is a cloao observer,
stated that C. E. Cook had to be
assisted from tho tuble, and helped
Into his car when the tlmo for depart
ure arrived. This truthful person
also said he had seen C. E. before and
after partaking of the feast, and the
contrast was remarkable. They got
him out of the dining room only by
turning him edgewlso through the
Those present were F. E. Cook and
wlfo and Will Cook and family, of
AIvo; C. E. Cook and family, of
Plattsmouth; Charles Perry and
family and Charles Spangler and
family and Jeff Brendel and wife, of
I'lno 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. Tho 35 acres will
cut from 700 to 1,000 cords of wood,
and (11 be sold at a figure that the
contractor enn make good money by
clearing tho land. It Is close to the
road and closo to a good morsel.
For further particulars seo or write
A. L. Raker,
Wood For Sale.
One hundred loads of wood, cut
Into stovo length, for sale. Also, a
lot of hedge posts and corn crib posts
John P. Latta,
Plgt For Sal.
I have a number of spring
Duroc-Jersey pigs for sale.
Miss 11; c me Richardson Is spending
the week visiting with Rev. A. E.
Watchell and w ife at Union.
John Speck, of Omaha, Is spending
his vacation with bis parents.
Mrs. Joseph Fetzer and Mrs.
Schnildtnian, of Plattsmouth, were
callers on Mrs. Ed. Rummell, Monday.
Will Van Every, of Wabash, Ne
braska, was visiting Sunday at the
It. I Propst home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Snead and Mrs.
Garrison, of Plattsmouth. were enter
tained at dinner by Mis. J. II. Adams,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Riser are the
proud parents of a baby boy, which
arrived at their home last Thursday,
and 'Guy thinks he will noon have
help to husk corn.
Miss Florenco Hutcheson, of Rock
Rluff, spent Sunday at W. 15. Por
ter's. Misses Eva Porter, and Edna
Propst and Wlllio Propst were spend
ing Saturday in Omaha.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and
may bo taken with perfect safety by
tho most delicate woman or tho
joungest child. The old and feeble
will also find them a most suitable
remedy for aiding and strengthening
their weakened digestion and for reg
ulating the bowels. For fmle by F.
G. Frlcke & Co.
Jack Philpot shreded corn fodder
for Chas. Hansen, Cox and Rtoll
Pros., Monday and Tuesday.
Messrs and Mesdanies Schumaker,
Thlele and Swit.er attended the re
ception at Mrs. Levi Pollard's Mon
day evening In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Park Chrlswlsor was a Plattsmouth
business visitor Tuesday.
Mr. Edward and Willie Wulf, of
Avoca, motored to see their best
Mr. and Mrs. Louis fasten and Mr.
and Mrs. Grecnrod, of Avoca, were
Sunday visitors at J. G. Wunderlich's.
Mrs. Tom Fulton spent Saturday
and Sunday wl'Ji Hans Stoll and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Wunderllch returned
from Hartlngton, Nebraska, Satur
day. Troy Shrader made his usual trip
Sunday and return.
A. F. Sturm and family motored
to Palmyra, Syracuso and Burr one
day last week, halr. an enjoyable
trip. . ,
Mrs. W. II. Schumaker, accom
panied by her daughter, Edith, were
passengers to Omaha Saturday morn
ing, returning Sunday.
Pete Hansen and wife, from Min
nesota, are visiting at Charles Han
sen's this week.
L. C. Todd and wlfo attended the
reception given In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Julia Pollard Monday evening.
Mr. Henry Knabe's auto was put
out of commission one day last week
and was wreckod considerably.
Dr. Gllmore was calling at Charley
Dill's, Sunday. His many friends
hope that danger of any serious con
sequence may bo averted.
Xotlco to Hog Breeders.
In regard to the many Inquiries
about the O. I. C. (white) boar 1 re
cently purchased from Ohio, I wish to
say that this hog was two years old
August 27, 1910, breeding weight 600
pounds; guaranteed to weigh 1,000 to
1,200 fattened. Also have one April
boar same stock, not related, weight
175. Service fee for either $3.00 to
Frank L. Rhoden,
11-3-U-w. Murray, Neb.
Everybody's friend Dr. Thomas'
Eclectic Oil Cures toothache, carac-ho,
sore throat. Heals cuts, bruises,
scalds. Stops any pain.
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The Dest Flour In The
Ov Is Hold Meeting.
Mr. L. A. Helig, of Hamburg, Iowa
who holds his commission from the
supreme president of the order, John
W. Talbot, of South Rend, Indiana,
met with the men who have their ap
plications In for charter membership
of the order at the A. O. U. W. hall
last evening, as advertised. There
was a good turn out, but no organiza
tion was affected, as the membership
were not yet sufficiently versed in the
ritual of the order to warrant Mr.
Heilig in perfecting the organization,
and another thing which will control,
Is the selection from tho list such
names as are worthy to be taken Into
There will be a second meeting
next Tuesday evening at tho same
place, when tho applications of any
worthy person will bo considered.
Also the applicants will be Instructed
In the work so that It can be put on
with some degree of efficiency. Those
who are interested can see Mr. Heilig
r.t the Hotel Perkins and he will be
Mad to Impart any Information neres
snry. There Is little danger from a cold
or from an attack of the grip except
when followed by pneumonia, and
this never happens when Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is used. This
remedy has won Its groat reputation
and extensive sale by its remarkable
cures of colds and grip and can be
relied upon with Implicit confidence.
For sale by F. G. Frlcke & Co.
A Farewell Party for Mr. Peterson.
A farewell party was given list
evening by the Rehekahs at their
banquet hall in the I. O. O. F. build
ing, In honor of Mr. P. C. Peterson,
who departs next Sunday for Eugene,
Oregon, to reside. Mrs. Peterson has
been on the coast for the past two
months and likes the climate and
country well enough o locate there.
Mr. Peterson having disposed of a
part of his real estate holdings has
leased his hoi el property to Mr. Thos.
laouth, preparatory to joining his wife
at Eugene. The membership of the
Rebeckah lodge to the number of
twentv. with their spo'ises, met at
the hall last evening prepared to have
an enjoyable evening.
Refreshments were served, music
and dancing furnished the amusement
during the evening. A very pleasant
social time was had. All expressing
their regrets that ,Mr. and Mrs.
Peterson had decided to remove
Fntei tains Jolly Eljjht Curd Club.
One of the most pleasant entertain
ments tho Jolly Eight Card club has
participated In for some time was that
tendered the members by Mrs. Wm.
IlenrlchRen at her charming home on
North Third street yesterday after
noon. For th'e occasion Mrs. Hen
rlchsen had the house handsomely
decorated, especially the dining room,
the decorations consisting of chrys
anthemums and smllax.
Tho afternoon was delightfully
spent with cards and music, several
games of the former being Indulged
In. When the scores were counted
at the close of the card contest, It was
found that Miss Pearl Mumm had
won the first prize and Mrs. N. W.
Chrlslnger the consolation prize.
Prior to the close of this splendid en
Icralnment, an elegant collation was
served, which was a constant source
of delight to tho guests.
Will Promote P.entity.
Women desiring beauty get won
derful help from Ilucklen's Arnica
Salve. It banishes pimples, skin
eruptions, sores and boils. It makes
the skin soft and velvety. It glorifies
the face. Cures sore eyes, cold sores,
cracked lips, chapped hands. Rest
for burns, scalds, fever sores, cuts,
bruises and piles. 2".c at F. G.
Frlcke & Co's.
M. K. Smith's Foi'cliuly He'ie.
Mrs. F. II. Doblck, of Omaha, M.
E. Smith & Company's forelady, was
In Plattsmouth today and spent some
tlmo with the local factory. Mrs.
DobU'ck is very much encouraged
with the prospect for tho Plattsmouth
plant, which has added several oper
The factory here Is doing excellent
work, tho quality being above the
average. There are forty machines
running now and moro will bo used
as fast as the operators are secured.
Dr. Newell, Dentist
Murray every Tuesday from 8 a.
m., to 6 p. m. All kinds of first
class dental work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Young People of the Christian Church will Give
Two One-Act Plays
"A Case of
Dorothv . . .
Young ladiesof the Seminary .i:::::::::::" CaarRroUil
Undergraduates of a College
Miss Ophelia Judkins, of the Facultr ? ?reramer
Prof Emilius Eelgerton. of the Faculty:::.::;;::; fesEkpl
Kathleen, a Celtic
James, theSeminary man'..'.".'.'...'.;..
"His Filodel Wife!"
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Arthur Everett, an artist
Robert Prir h;akm
Representative John II. Potts; a R'VuirDiamond.'. V. ... , . . 7.7 ' WyvtoTt
Miss Agnes McPherson, Everett's Aunt. . . n J' n y , ,
Mrs. Munford-Wells. S
Miss Eleanor Perry, Parks' Cousin ...
Miss Bella Potts, a Nouvelle Heiress.
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Time- Present. Place-Washington, D. C.
ORDINANCE NO. 4Si.
An Ordinance vacating that part
of Pearl Streot.
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uid 47, from the West line of the
street running North and South, on
tho East side of said Blocks, to the
East line of Third Street In the City
of Plattsmouth, State of Nebraska,
designating the reversion of title
thereto, providing for the Bale and
transfer of such title and providing
for the payment of expenses connect
ed wkh the passage of this ordinance,
lie It Oldalned bv thfc Mnvnr nnH
Council of the City of Plattsmouth:
Section 1. That mat nortion of
Pearl street between Blocks 32 and
4 7, In the City of Plattsmouth, State
of Nebreska, and from the West line
of the street running North and
South on the East side of said Blocks,
to the East line of Third Street, be
and tho same 13 hereby vacated.
Section 2. That tne title to said
Street so vacated shall revert accord
ing to law, subject to all rights, Hens,
iiKiimberances or title to which any
individual company, corporation, as
sociation or society may have been
entitled through said City of Platts
mouth. Section 3. That the Mayor and
City Clerk of said city, be and they
are hereby authorized to sell, quit
claim and transfer any and all title or
interest of tiald City of Plattsmouth
In and to said street so vacated.
Section 4. That any and all ex
penses made or Incurred In the vaca
tion of said street, as hereinbefore
set forth, and In the publication ot
this ordinance, shall be paid by the
party to whom said City of Platts
mouth shall sell, quit claim and
transfer said title.
Section 5. That air ordinances or
parts of ordinances heretofore In
effect In conflict herewith be and the
same are hereby repealed.
Section 6. That this Ordinance be
In force and effect from and after
this passage approving publication
according to law and the payment of
11 costs and expenses connected
herewith as hereinbefore provided.
Passed and approved this 24th day
of October, A. D., 1910.
THAT WILL MAKE YOU RICH!
Tne greatest combination of industrialism and farming, now rapidly devel
oping, is to be found along the Burlington Route in the vicinity or
Hardin and Billings, Montana,
and in the Big Korn Basin,
where large, deeded, alfalfa ranches that have made millionaires of the owner?,
are being dovided into small farms, and where Government irrigated homestead
and Carey Act Lands are available.
A WONDERFULLY RICH COUNTRY:-You can get hold of an irrigated
farm within a radius of a few mi.'es of excellent coal, natural gas, illuminating
oil, building materials, fast growing towns that will have varied industries.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS:-On the first and third
luesduys I personally conduct landseekers excursions to see
D. CLEM DEAVER, General Agent,
Landseeker' Information Bnreau,
1004 Famam Street, Omaha, Neb.
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Attest: John P,
P. G. Wurl, City Clerk.
Minature Apple. '
Fred Patterson gathered his applo
crop this morning and from ono tree
he plucked the smallest apple on
record. The tree was of the Roman
Stem variety, and had struggled to
overcome the frost of April and tho
drouth of the summer, hut ail that
j could be produced was the one speci-
men, not larger than the end of
Fred's. little linger. The applo was
perfect in development and coloring,
but short on size.
Will Live at Lincoln:
Judge William Hayward who made
the race for congress in this district
yesterday, so we are Informed had his
furniture shipped from Omaha to
Lincoln yesterday, where he has rent
ed a house and will make It his home.
Had this been known a few days prior
It might have made a big difference
In his vote In this city and county
Nebraska Clt yNews.
Barred Plymouth Rock Cockerels,
11.00 each. Inquire of Mrs. John
Hendricks, Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
Route 1, 'phone 3L Murray Ex
change. . l0-17-2tw
A number of Duroc boars with
pedigree. L. II. Oldham.
Old Roosters 4
Stag Roosters 6'j
Ducks, fat 8
Geese, fat 8
Hlgest prices paid for all kinds of
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