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PREPARED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE OF MURRAY AND VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR TI1E JOURNAL READERS.
7 any of Uu reuderi of the Journal km to tf a nodal event or an item of interest in this vicinity and will mail tame to this office it vnU appear umler this keadin
want all itcvui of intercut. EdU'tr Jou 'Ml'
n Murray State Bank
Wc Solicit Your Banking
Dr. Newell, the dcntlost, Id Murray
Ice cream, fruit sundaes and
cones at A. L. linker's.
Frank Gobolman, painter and
paper hanger. Plattwnouth.
Bring your produce to A. Bast's
store and get tiil'Ht market
Little Miss Clara Mea Morgan
of PIatlHiTiout.fi in visiting tills
week at the Todd home, houMi of
You know when A. Hast adver
tises bargains ho makes llieni.
Head his ad this week and hoc if
it is in the line you are needing.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rhoden re
lumed home Tuesday from St.
Paul, where they have been re
ceiving Inedieal aid.
Mr. and Mrs. M. ft. Churchill
and the Misses Beula Miner and
Daisy Waxinan were in Piatts
mouth Tuesday evening, making
the trip In the auto with Kd Slo
cutn. Mrs. F. M. Younir and dauirhter.
Mrs. Lloyd Gapen, departed!
Thursday from Plaltsmouth fori
Plainview for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Wiley.
Ilev. Meltride has given up the
charge in the Presbyterian
church, owing to ill-healtli, and
bus returned to bis home in
The Avnni Boosters called mi
the people, of Murray Monday In
(hrco uutos, inviting the people of
this vicinity to celebrate the
Fourth of July with them.
F.d S'.ociim was a Plaltsinouth
visitor Wednesday evening of
Mrs. Alva Long has been num
bered with the sick for the past
Wes. Burton of Arlington,
Washington, came in Tuesday
for a visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Burton.
Mrs. George, Mutz and daughter,
Mrs. Hull, of Omaha, are visiting
this week at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. fl. M. Minford, east of Mur
ray. We have just received a com
plete line of tho world famous J.
lleinze's grocery specialties, and
invite you to try them. At A.
Mrs. E. A. Burton and daugh
ter, Marguere.lte., of Clay Center,
Neb., are in Murray this week.
guests nt the home of her brother,
A. L. Baker and family.
Miss Heula Miner of Omaha
and Miss Daisy Waxain of Lin
coln are visiting in Murray this
week, guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. ft. Churchill.
Mrs. II. Deck, who has been in
the hospital in Omaha for the
'past two weeks, returned home
Tuesday evening. She is getting
along nicely. This will be good
news to the many friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Deck.
Henry Long shipped one car of
entile ond one of hogs to South
Omaha Monday evening.- Mr.
Long made a trip to the city to be
on the market with them Tuesday
morning, returning via Plalls
moiith in the evening.
HERE ARE SOME
TABLES AGAIN AT OUR STORE
We want to close out the balance of our Shirts we had in the
the discount sale at GOc each. So next Saturday they go a C
on at your choice for just frOC
Whey are values up to $1.25. Be sure to look them over.
ALSO SEE OUR BARGAIN TABLES OF
We are going to make it an object for you to help us reduce
our big stock of crockery. We are shelving one side of our room,
and will put on sale pieces of Glassware and Fancy Dishes at less
than H their regular value. We also have several specials that
we are putting out, and we want to say right now, that next Satur
day will be a day of unusual bargains at our store. Come and see
SUCCESSOR TO HOLMES & SMITH
James Fitch has been quite
sick for the past few days.
Mesdames Harry Todd and L.
ft. Todd were in Omaha Monday.
Harve Gregg Is building a new
bar nfor William Puis, west of
August Hast was looking after
some business matters In Omaha
Rev. Williams of the Christian
church is calling on his parish
August Hast was looking after
some Omaha business Tuesday,
returning home via Piattsmouth
Galen Rhoden and Charles
Countrymen shipped stock from
this point to South Omaha Mon
W. J. Davis of St. Joseph, Mo.,
was here this week visiting with
his brother, A. J. Davis. He went
to Weeping Water Wednesday for
visit with relatives.
Mrs. Henry Thiele was in Mur
ray Sunday, from near Nehawka,
to meet her father, who was re
turning home from Piattsmouth.
Mr. Shuniakcr had been serving
on the jury.
Mrs. Charles Mutz went to
Omaha Sunday evening for a few
lays' visit with friends and rela
tives, returning home Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. ft. W. Boedeker,
Charles Boedeker and daughter,
Miss Ida, were Piattsmouth visit
ors luesdav afternoon, making
the trip in the auto.
We have Just received our last
shipment of old potatoes for this
season. Please let us have your
order now, as we will have no
more when these are gone.
The "Thimhle Bee" will meet at
the home of Mrs. J. W. Edmunds
on Friday, June 30th. Let there
be a large attendance at this
Colonel Seybolt autoed to
'Piattsmouth Sunday evening to
rneet Farl Jenkins, who was re
turning home from Omaha, where
he had spent the day at the hos
pital with Miss Julia Jenkins.
The annual school meeting will
be held on next Monday evening.
All are invited to attend; in fact,
it is your duty to attend and take
part in the business to be trans
The Platte Qravel Co.
The Platte Gravel Co. of Cedar
Creek, with general ofllces at
Omaha, have sold, or rather, part
ly sold out this week, two partners
selling to the third. Dr. G. II.
Gilmore and W. J. Philpot sold
their interests to A. L. Patrick of
Omaha, who will operate the plant
in the future. This has proven
one of the best paying pits in the
state, and the modern method of
tunnelling, -as these gentlemen
have done, made it so. They were
long and large and made it pos
sible to remove gravel in large
quantities and very rapidly. We
are informed that Dr. Gilmore and
Mr. Philpot have sold out with a
good profit from their purchase
price, besides a good profit from
the business done during the past
SOME DETAILS ABOUT
Summer is the time of the year when you
make the largest investment in shirtwaists, and to
always appear cool and fresh looking you need a
number of them. Next Saturday will be the time
to make the investment, in order to get the most
out of your money and you should grasp the op
portunity to do so.
The shirtwaists we will offer all show good
workmanship, some are plain and others are trim
med with simple and elaborate insertion, and all
embroidery front, while others are hand em
broidered. We have a part of the stock in the window
for your inspection. They all go on sale Saturday
2 to 5 p. m., and as there will be no reservations
made you will have an equal chance of getting
what you want, if you are here, at the following
prices 39c, 63c, 65c, $1.38, $1.90.
E. A. WURL.
Both Phones !5. Corner Sixth and Main Streets.
110 MORE PRE-
Grandma Jenkins was in Oma-
m Monday to spend the day with
iec daughter, Miss Julia, at the
hospital. Miss Jenkins' condi
tion remains about the same as
There was quite a wind storm
visited the locality of William
Puis during the rain last Friday.
There was no great damage done,
but a number of trees and small
out-buildings were blown down.
Glassware, queensware and
crorkeryware are going at a bar
gain this week at the store of A.
Hast. If you are needing any
thing in this line it will pay you
to call right now.
Mrs. Carrie Donald, formerly
Miss Carrie Porter, who taught
school in Murray about thirty
five years ago, was here this week
isiting with old friends. Mrs.
Donald is a sister of William Por-
er of Mynard and resides in
Mrs. E. A. Burton of Clay Cen
ter, Mrs. A. L. Baker and daugh
ter, Opha, were in Piattsmouth
Wednesday evening, autoeing the
trip with Kd Slocum. Mrs. Bur
ton has n ureal manv friend in
Murray who are always pleased
to see her.
'I MAPLE GROVE. 4.
! (Special Correspondence.) 4
Carpenters have begun on the
new barn for August Engel
kemier. A party was given at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Durman
Mrs. Corbott spent Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
The wooden wedding anniver
sary of Mr. and Mrs. August
Engelkemeir, jr., was celebrated
Sunday. Only reletavies were
Miss Augusta Banniek of Cole
ridKe, Neb., is spending t li is week
at the home of her sister, Mrs.
W. H. Puis.
There will be a barn dance at
August Engelkernier, sr.'s Satur
day night, June 24. Everybody
Mrs. Hammond Beck returned
Tuesday from the hospital at
Omaha and is feeling fine now.
Mrs. John West of Piattsmouth
was the guest of Mrs. W. II.
Harvest has begun in this sec
tion and the wheat is fine; the
average will be up to the stan
dard. Louie and Will Puis made a
business trip to Piattsmouth
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ganse
mer spent Monday evening at the
home of Alfred Gansemer.
F. M. Massif of Ml. Pleasant
precinct was in Murray one day
ibis week, and departed for El
dorado, Kansas, to visit with his
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Alma Mas
sie, who has been taken to tho
liospital in Wichita, where she
will submit to an operation.
Mrs. Galen Rhoden went to
Omaha Wednesday evening to
consult Dr. Allison, and if
necessary submit to an operation
for an illness that has troubled
her for some time. Her parents,
Mr .and Mrs. Z. W. Shrader,
drove to Piattsmouth Wednesday
evening and wenla to Omaha
Her sister, Mrs. Richard Chris
wisscr, from south of Nehawka,
met her on tho train here and ac
companied her to the city. Galen
.went up on the Thursday morning
.Irnin. Dr. Brcndel, the family
physician, also accompanied them
to the city. If nn operation be
comes necessary the manv friends
f join in hoping that it may prove
successfufl in every particular.
The man with the binder has
sure been getting busy in these
parts for the past few days. On
most every hilltop and in every
vale you can hear the hum of the
binder, and the big wheat crop is
being mowed down. There is
more acreage In wheat in this
locality than for a great many
years, nnd the crop will make a
good average. There Is a great
shoelace in help to harvest the
ions TO PAY
Most disfiguring skin eruptions,
scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc.,
are due to impure blood. Burdock
Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood
tonic. Makes you clear-eved.
YARDS OF SUMMER
Light weight summer
dress goods, 12 o to 25c
line, that are on sale while
4 they last for
10 Cents Per Yard.
If you haven't the time to ex
ercise remilarly, Doan's Regulets
will prevent constipation. They
induce a mild, easy, healthful ac
tion of the bowels w ithout griping.
Ask your druggist for them. 25
I.L FOIl II I US.
Tilda will be received up to Noon on
Friday. July 14th. A. I. 1911. nt the
otllee of the County Juris: of Cans
County, In hi olllce at I'lattamnuth,
NohraHka. for the construction of one
concrete culvert to be located one mile
emit ami one-quarter mile north of
Murray; nlxo for one fill to he mmle on
ertlon line one anl one-half mile
section line one-half mile north of
t'nlon, Cans County, Nebraska. Work
to he done out of Inheritance Tax
I'lunK and specification on tile In
the ottlce of the County Clerk In
County Commlnslonrrn reserve the
rlht to reject any or all bid.
Allen J. Kocnon,
I'lnttammith. Neb., June ltth, lll.
Should Insured Become Perman
ently and Totally Disabled by
Accident or Disease.
Policies in the Reliance Life In
surance Company of Pittsburg all
provide that should the insured
become permanently and totally
disabled for life by accident or
disease PREMIUMS CEASE and
the policy becomes fully paid up,
all privileges and benefits re
maining the same as if the
premiums had been regularly
paid by the insured.
George Howard Foster insured
his life in the Reliance Life of
Pittsburg in September, 1905. He
was then a prosperous practicing
dentist, twenty-eight years of
age, in Columbus, Ohio. He pass
ed an excellent examination. He
now suffers from paralysis, due
to some unknown cause, and is
totally disabled. He therefore
secures the benefit of the total
disability clause in his policy and
will not be required to pay any
more premiums. His grateful let
ter, acknowledging his policy, is
"Sugar Grove, O., Nov. 18, 1909.
"Reliance Life Insurance Co.,
"Gentlemen: I wish to ac
knowledge receipt of my policy
No. 522(5, which was sent you for
endorsement under the Total and
Permanent Disability Clause, and
to express my appreciation for the
promptness and dispatch with
which the matter was attended to.
Owing to my illness this acknow
ledgement has been overlooked,
and trust you will pardon the
seeming neglect. Very truly,
"G. H. Foster."
The Reliance Life Insurance
Company of Pittsburg is repre
sented in Piattsmouth and south
eastern Nebraska by General
Agent W. J. Thomas. They refer,
by permission, to II. N. Dovey,
Cashier of the First National
Bank of Piattsmouth.
Omar Slichtemeier, residing
near Nehawka, lost a very valu
able brood mare Tuesday of this
week from lockjaw. The mare
was valued at from $300 to $400.
Mr. Slichtemeier had a very nar
row escape from beeominD-infn
Vd with the dread disease from
administering treatment to the
mare. He had some open sores
upon his hands, coming in con
tact with the animal's mouth, he
became infected. An anti-tentanio
serum was injected into his sys
tem to prevent a serious attack.
This was repeated for several
days and the results have been
very successful. He will escape
without serious illness or results.
E. H. Schulhof and Hilt Wes
cott, two of Plattsmouth's live
ones, were in Murray Wednesday
distributing posters announcing
the band concerts to be given in
Piattsmouth on each Thursday
evening during the summer. They
visited all the towns in the east
ern part of the county.
A LEADING CALIFORNIA
Pasadena, Cal., March 9, 19H.
Foley and Co., Gentlemen: We
have sold and ' recommended
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
for years. We believe it to be one
of the most efficient expectorants
on the market. Containing no
opiates or narcotics it can be
given freely to children. Enough
of the remedy can be taken to re
lieve a cold, as it has no nauseat
ing results, and does not inter
fere with digestion. Yours very
truly, C. II. Ward Drug Co., C. L.
Parsons, Sec'y. and Treas." Get
the original Fnlov'o n,, j
i - ... . j u "uucj a u u
Tar Compound in the yellow pack
et;, ror saie Dy a. j. Fricke &
John Bajeck departed for Pa
cific Junction and other fowa
points this morning with a con
signment of the best brands of
Ptak & Bajeck's cigars.
Itching piles provoke profanity,
but profanity won't cure them.
Doan's Ointment cures itching
bleeding or protruding piles after
years of suffering. At any drug
F. S. Rexford, 615 New York
Life Bldg., Kansas City, Mo., says:
"I bad a severe attack of a cold
which settled in my back and kid
neys and I was in great pain from
my trouble. A iriend recommend
ed Foley Kidney Pills and I used
two bottles of them and they have
done me a world of good." For
sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
4th of July Suits
C. E. Wescott's Sons
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