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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1911)
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I'REPAKKD IN THE INTERKSTS OK THE PEOPLE OF MURRAY AND VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR THE JOURNAL READEHS.
If auyoftherca,hrsof Vie Jmirnulk iww of a social mentor an item of interest in this vicinity and will mad game to this office it mil appear under this heading
W want all items of interest Editor Journal.
Service for urn
We aim to serve each customer alike
in all business matters, and give each
the best bank service.
A man with a small volume of busi
ness receives the same attention from
our officers as does large depositors.
Our service means accommodation.
Service in matters of consequence also
means with us. service in minor deal
ing! in every detail.
We are always glad to talk over busi
ness matters with you, whether you are
a customer or not. We are confident
that our service will giveyou entire satisfaction.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Porter were
Plattsmouth visitors on Wednesday of
J. L. Young was looking after some
business matters- In the county seat
on Thursday of this week.
Lee Nickels, from near Murray,
was one or our prosperous larraer
friends who was In the city last Sat
urday and called at the Journal of
fice to renew his paper for another
C. D. Spangler from near Murray,
was In ttie city last Saturday and
found time to pay the Journal office
brief call, renewing his subscrip
tion for another year.
Murray State Bank
n t" mukkat, ribUNAarvA
Happy New Year to all.
I). C. Rhoden Is suffering with the
Esther Ray Is quite sick at this
tirandma Davis Is on the sick list
Little Luclle Davis Is on the sick
list this week.
Herman Smith was a PlattHinouth
Aunt Lib Root Is Just about the
same at this writing.
John Young's youngest child Is suf
fering with pneumonia.
IUuIr Porter's little on, Clyde, Is
much better at this writing.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Dill ls on the sick list.
Mrs. Alpha Nichols has been con
fined to her bed several days.
Miss Rustcrhultz la on the (tick list
and unable to teach this week.
Will Hamilton Is .homo for a few
days from his work at Nehawka.
i Carl Amlck attended the wrestling
match at Omaha Tuesday night.
Mrs. Harmon Deck has been quite
.eick, threatened with pneumonia.
Aunt Karah Young has been quite
nick this week, but nothing serious.
Remember, you can iay your per
sonal tax at the Murray State Bank.
Undo Ben Bookman Is quite sick at
thlB writing, Buffering with the grip.
Miss Mary Moore returned to Peru
Monday, where she 1b attending
(;len Boedekor has been on the sick
list several days and unable to bo at
Miss Emma Elkenbarry was the
guest of Miss lieua Young during tho
The dance Saturday night was well
attended and all seemed to have
The oldest child of Mr. and Mrs
Durman has boon quite sick for the
The little babo of Mr. and Mrs
Glen Vallery U suffering from
The oldest child of Chas. Dill, llv
ing southeast of Murray, Is very sick
at this writing.
Miss Edith Laltuo has boon em
ployed by Mrs. Stokes as helper a
Mrs. Lloyd Gapon and son Oliver,
nro nufferlnr from pneumonia, bu
the attacks arc not very serious.
Mrs. George Shrydor, mother
Mrs. Lew Young, Is sick with pneu
mnnla, at the home of her daughter
Miss Agnes Kennedy and brother
Charles, returned to Plalnvlow Satur
jlay, whero Miss Kennedy Is teaching
Dr. Gllmore la Hpendliig thovwcek
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Walker, and doing his best to regain
Little Lorone Hatchett Is much
better at this writing, which all are
pleased to learn.
Philip Roll's nolt'oa returned home
Tuesday after spending the holiday!
vlth their un.de nd family,
Herman Hike's eldest child 1i very
III at the present time, bvt hopes (or
early recovery ire entertalied for It.
Roy and Edith Spangler returned
to their home In Iowa, after spending
the holidays with flrends in this
Mrs. Lloyd Gapon and son, Oliver,
are both confined to their beds, suf
fering from a severe attack of pneu
Mrs. 8. 0. Pitman returned home
from Cedar Creek Monday, after a
week's visit with her sister, Mrs
Gertrude Long entertained the
Kensington Thursday, and everyone
present enjoyed themselves in the
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Phllpot were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C
Brown, coming in Saturday night to
attend the dance.
Robert Burr made the lucky draw
for the bob-sleds Saturday night, and
Bob said "let there bo snow," and
there was snow.
The storm of Sunday and Monday
damaged the wires to such an extent
us to make service almost Impossible
at the telephone office.
Albert Young drove to Plattsmouth
Monday to take his sister, Miss Lena,
to the B. & M. station to return to
her school at Cedar Creek.
John Edmunds has been on the
slik list for Feveral days, being un-
hle to leave his home, but was able
to go down to his office Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Porter returned
to their home at Plalnview. after
pending the holidays with Mrs. Por-
lur'K parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Vallery.
On account of sickness at home,
and severe cold weather for the chll-1
dren to get to school, Miss Villa Gap-
pen has been given a week's vacation
Clara Young loft Monday for her
school at Weeping Water. The train
she boarded did not reach here till
6 o'clock In the evening, about seven
A few of the members of the Pres
byterian church met and cleaned up
the Interior and put down a new car-
pot, which adds greatly to the ap
pearance of the church.
Dr. B. P. Brendel w as called to Ne-
hawka lust Wednesday to see the lit
tle five-year-old daughter of Will Por
tor, who Is very low with typhoid
fever. She Is some better, but still a
ory sick child.
There will be a free oyster supper
at Loughrldgo's hall Saturday night,
January 7, for all Woodmen, Royal
Neighbors and their families. Let
every Woodman and Royal Neighbor
be present as an enjoyable tlmo Is an
AMONG OUH READERS.
P. E. Trltseh, from west of the city,
paid this office a short call last Sat
urday, and paying for his paper an-
J. P. Trltseh from west of the city,
was iln last Saturday and called at
the Journal office to renew his "sub
L. H. Hell, from near Mynard, was
In last Saturday and called at the
Journal office to pay for his paper for
Fred Haflke who Is a Journal read
er on the Plattsmouth rural route,
was In the city last Saturday and call
ed to renew bis paper.
L. A. Melslnger, Is another one of
our readers whose paper expired the
first of January, and was here last
Saturday to renew for another year.
Mrs. Hendricks, residing south of
Plattsmouth, was In the city last Sat
urday, and called at this office to re
new for her fathers paper, James
Chalfant, at Deverre, Neb.
Fred Kaffenberger, from near Ced
ar Creek, was here last Saturday
looking after some business matters,
and called at the Journal office to
renew ih Is subscription for another
J. O. Engelkemeler one of the
Journal's valued young farmer
friends from west of Muray, was In
the city last Saturday and or course
paid this office a brief call, renewing
for his paper another year.
John Knabe, from near Nehawka,
was In the olty last Friday, and be
ing a Journal reader, he of course
paid this office a brief call, renewing
his paper. Mr. Knabe Is one of the
prosperous farmers of south Cass
R. W. Porter, who has been visit
ing in this locality from Plalnview,
Neb., was In Plattsmouth last Satur
day, and called at the Journal office
to renew his subscription. Wade Is
looking fine and reports everything In
their new locality on the boom, his
crop was good and he has been In ev
ery way prosperous. Mrs. Porter's
health has not been very good, and
when here he feared she would be
compelled to experience a few weeks
In the hospital.
. EVA REEGE SUR
PRISED ON HER BIRTHDAY
AT IDE PARMELE
"Shadowed by Three" an Inter
esting and Up-to-Date Pro
duction Januarys 10th.
W. F. Mann, the well-known Chi
cago play producer, has been the first
theatrical manager to actively co
operate with John D. Rockefeller, Jr.,
Attorney Waymen and the Law and
Order League for the suppression of
the nefarious white slave traffic. Mr.
Mann has Just launched in his latest
production, "Shadowed by Three," a
terrifflc arraignment against police
debauchery and civic graft as it Is
related to the exploiting of the un
derworld of our great American
cities, and of Chicago in particular.
The plot of "Shadowed by Three" Is
limned against the background of the
notorious McCann trial which so re
cently caused an upheaval In the Chi
cago police department and whose
very mention causes the city hall
rang to turn blue round the gills.
Indeed the Inspector McCann of the
play might be truthfully said to be a
sketch from life of the downfallen
McCann. The play pictures this Tsar
of the nolsesome underworld In a
wonderfully vivid fashion. He is
seen In his headquarters office, re
ceiving tribute from vice queens and
; aiders, yet doing all he can to un
dermine the commonwealth and de
bauch It. Then by a single turn In
tho scales of fate, he Is toppled over
from his throne, even as McCann of
Chicago was, and left a broken, help
less, pitiful wreck of his former self.
Contrasted to this archir.aster of the
levee Is told the story of a winsome,
Innocent girl, who to save her family
from Impending disgrace, leaves
lorae and ventures her way alone
amid devious paths of Chicago's by
ways. How through her own inher
ent goodness and good sense, and
through the skill and courage of her
lover, a New York detective, she is
saved irom a fate of shame and is the
ultimate cause of McCann's downfall,
Is tol.l in bold, stirring episodes and
racy dialogue. Though "Shadowed
by Three" Is frankly melodramatic in
many of Its scenes, and realistic to
the laht degree, it is intensely human
and rlosees with a picture of human
Happiness and hope. The very grlm
ness of some of the scenes of the play
give to them a certain unconscious
humor which In no way however, les
sens the ultimate dramatic effect but
rather heightens It through its fidel
ity to human nature.
Mr. Mann will present "Shadowed
by Three" with the original cast and
production as seen during Chicago
vun of the play.
An event looked forward to by all users of this
useful article. The prtsent season finds us with more
left overs from our high
grade lines than in the
the medium clais. Our
5, 6 and $7 trousers have
been "shot to p'e:is" as
it were by the selling of
the past few months. We
propose to dean up on
these first and offer
them to you at the very
low price of
Easy In "
$3 and $4
Spot cash no discount
tickets. Those of you
who are in the habit of
buying good trousers,
better get in on this sale while picking is good. Will
put our medium, pants on sale as soon as these are
UosGoif s Sons
THE HOME OF SATISFACTION
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Milking I.lfo Safer.
Every tthtc.llfe a being made moro
safe through the work of Dr. King's
New Life Pills in Constipation, Liver
troubles, Kidney Diseases and llowel
Disorders. They're easy, but sure,
ana perfectly buna up tne neaitn. 2 so
at F. G. Frlcke & Co's.
Mrs. Eva Reese was made the re
cipient of a more than pleasant sur
prise last evening by a number of her
neighbors and friends. When the
ghostly figures flitted In on her, Mrs.
Reese was, both, completely surprised
and frightened and at first did not
recognize any of her guests, as they
were all dressed In sheets and pillow
cases. But Mrs. Reese soon recovered
and (proceeded to entertain tho In
vaders In her usual happy manner
The occasion of this most enjoyable
masquerado surprise was the birth
day anniversary of Mrs. Reese and
the neighbors and friends, who had
assembled at her home on last even
ing, celebrated the event in a manner
w hich w ill long be remembered.
Mrs. Reese was given two chances
at guessing whom the ghostly figures
might bo and succeeded In guessing
all but two out of the twenty-five. The
tlmo was then very pleasantly spent
In various amusements, such as cards,
music and tho like, there being sev
eral games of cards played. The In
vaders had come well armed with
baskets filled with good things to eat
and during the evening a delicious
luncheon w as prepared, and which, at
a convenient hour, was served In two
courses. At a late hour and after
wishing Mrs. Reese many more such
happy anniversaries, the invaders
withdrew their forces, reporting a
royal good time.
IiOok At Texan Ijauds.
W. E. Rosencrans, of this city, Sid
Tamos, Albert Walllnger, Jim Schank-
er, all of Elmwood, and Henry Illrz,
of Pinttsmouth, went to Pacific June
tlon Tuesday morning on Johnson's
special, where they took their depart
ure for Falfurrlas, Texas, lo make an
Inspection of soil and climate with a
view of investing in Texas real estate
Land alues In that locality have
steadily grown in price and Mr.
Rosencrans Is having no trouble In
selll.ig to the parties sufficiently In
terested to go and take a look at tho
soil. Tho party going down this time
have tho money, and we have no
doubt t ut they will find a profitable
lield for Investment.
There Is a Heap of Solace In Be
ing Able to Depend Upon a
Well Earned Reputation
For months Plattsmouth readers
have seen the constant expression of
praise for Doan's Kidney Pills, and
read about the good work they have
done In thi3 locality. Not another
remedy ever produced suoh convinc
ing proof of merit.
Mrs. John Sharp, Third and Dyke
streets, l'lattsmoutn, leo., says:
For a long time I had trouble from
my back and kidneys. There were
terrible pains in the small of my
back, often extending Into my hips
and limbs and though I doctored and
tried various medicines, I was not re
lieved. About a year ago I procured
Doan's Kidney Pills from Gering &
Co's drug store and In a short time
they brought me entire relief. This
remedy has my highest endorsement."
(Statement given June 9, 1906.)
On December 29, 1908, Mrs. Sharp
said: "I gladly confirm mv former
endorsement of Doan's Kidney Pills.
I still think highly of this remedy,
knowing that It is a splendid one In
cases of kidney trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo,
II. I. Sage Visits His Brother.
Mr. II. I. Sage, of Sheridan, Wyo
ming, who has been a guest of his
brother, James Sage, of this city, de
parted for his home this afternoon.
Mr. Sage had been at the hoapital for
some weeks in Omaha, having one of
his eyes treated. He had the misfor
tune to get a piece of steel In his eye
some weeks ago while engaged at his
work of boiler making at the Burling
ton shops in his home town.
Mr. Sage was formerly a citizen of
Plattsmouth and learned Ms trade In
the Palttsmouth shops.
Foley's Kidney Renieuy Ao Ap
preciation. L. McConnell, Catherine St., Elmi
ra, N. Y., writes: "I wish to express
my appreciation of the great good I
derived from Foley'B Kidney Remedy,
which I used for a bad case of kid
ney trouble. Five bottles did the
work most effectively and proved to
me beyond doubt It la the most reli
able kidney medicine I have ever
taken." Sold by F. G. Frlcke & Co.
George Pick, of Cedar Creek, came
down on No. 4 this morning and
transacted business with Plattsmouth
Murray Ileal Kstate.
I have a number of choice pieces
of Murray property for tale. Bee me
If you wish to purchase.
A. L. Baker.
Tht only noiflcal houte io the
West where all fitting it dont
by etptrl. Large! stock
ef trutMt in the Wtst.
THE W. Q. CLEVELAND DRUQ CO.
Mrs. D. Danlher wishes to rent
forty acres of her farm land, south of
Plattsmouth. For particulars please
inquire at the home on the farm.
Sold by all Leading Deal
er s. Try a Sack and
If not satisfactary
The Year Ahead!
Tne Nebraska Telephone Co.npany, through its local
manager, takes this opportunity of wishing its patrons a pros
perous and joyous New Year.
Without the spleutlid co-operation that this company has
received from its patrons, the high grade of service that has been
given would have been impossible.
Our constant endeavor is to give you the best and most
economical telephone service possible and your attitude and that
of everv other subscriber hastens or hinders this accomplishment.
C. L. CLARK, Local Manager.
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