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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1911)
PREPARED IN TIIE INTERESTS OF TIIE PEOPLE OF MURRAY AND VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR THE JOURNAL READERS.
If any of tte renders of the Jounvil kruwofa social went irr an item of interest in this vicinity and viU vuttl am to this office it mil appear umlcr this keadin
We mint till iUms of interest. Editor Jow I".
Murray State Bank
Wc Solicit Your Banking
Dr. Newell, the (fctitloat, In Murrsr
W. E. Jenkin motored to Platts
Ice cream, fruit sundaes and
cones at A. L. Baker's.
Prank Gobe.lman, palater and
paper hanger. Plattftmouth.
Mr. J. A. Walker and daughter,
Margie, spent Monday in Plaits-mouth.
Be sure to attend the lee rreani
social at the Lloyd fiapen home
on Friday evening, August 4.
Enoch Moreland, who stuck an
ax in his foot two weeks ago. suf
fers considerably yet with the in
Dr. ft j more is having built a
concrete garage, which will be
equipped up-to-date for the care
and repair of his car.
Don't forget the date, Friday
night, August Uh, and the place,
Lloyd ftapen's, and who is giving
it. the Lojal Koreans of the
Dr. Newell, the dentist, from
Union, was here at his olllce Tues
day. The doctor is fully equipped
with a new outfit to replace the
instruments lost by lire some time
ago, and is in line to do any kind
of dental work.
Services will be held regularly
at the United Prehterian church,
morning and evening, llev. I. YV.
Williamson from Topeka, Kan
sas, has been engaged for the
summer. Hev. Williamson, who
lias been in the evangelistic wink
for the past few years, come
highly recommended .
Mrs. ft. D. ftonnaly has been
seriously sick for the past week.
Albert SchafTer and wife spent
Sundav with S. ft. Pitman and
Charles Cole came in from
Weeping Water Monday for a few
days' visit with old friends.
Pearl Shrader and wife are here
from Elmwood visiting with his
Miss Mae Loughridge left Sat
urday for Waverly, Nebraska
where she will spend the week
Miss Minnie Biers took the
Sunday evening train for Omaha
where she spent the (list part of
the week with friends.
A. Phillips, grand depul
master workman for the A. O. U
V.. held a meeting at the Lough
ridge hall last Wednesday.
Mr. ftranvillc McDaniels am
wife and an old veteran of the
civil war, arrived here Wednesday
evening from St. Louis for a short
visit with his old comrade, Wil
J. W. Holmes and family
motored o Omaha last week, re
turning Monday evening. Mrs
Allwyne of Omaha, a niece of Mrs
Holmes, accompanied tnem on
their return trip.
I lie teachers for t lie ensuing
ear have been elected. Miss
Maude llusterholtz as princip
and Miss ftunther will have
charge of the primary depart
ment. Both were employed last
year and gave excellent salisfar
Fred Lutz was a county seat
visitor last Saturday.
Carl Engelkemeir was a county
eat visitor last Saturday.
D. A. Young was a Plattsmouth
visitor Wednesday of this week.
Carl Fricke was visiting his
political friends here Wednesday.
Kelly Fox was in Murray Tues
day, seeing afler political affairs.
William Hiee was a Platts
mouth visitor Tuesday of this
William Puis and daughter,
Laura, were county seat visitors
Adam SchafTer was in Platts
mouth last Saturday looking after
some business matters.
Uncle William Wiley, who has
en sick for some time, is ini-
proung, mil very slowly.
Alfred ftansemer was looking
after some business matters in
the county seat last Saturday.
Mrs. Hay Davis was quite sick
for several days this week, but is
eported some better at this time.
Mrs. William Sutton, who has
en routined to her bed since the1
first of May, is able to be up and
Young Steinhauer of the Jour
nal force passed through here
Sunday on his Indian motorcvcle
burning the air as he went.
Porn To Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Barker, near Mynanl, on July 28,
a bright-eyed baby boy. Both
mother and little one are doing
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Byers of
Rock Bluffs are rejoicing this
week over the arrival of a babv
girl at their home. The mother
and little one ar getting along
The ladies ot the K. X. N. will
give a program and oscial at the
Kenosha church on Saturday
evening. You are invited to at
tend and the guarantee goes with
the invitation thai you will have
a good time.
arrived in Murray Tuesday for an
extended visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Young, and
other relatives and friends. They
expect to remain for several
weeks while Mr. I.awton and Rex
Young are making an automobile
touring trip of North Dakota and
Montana and the west, looking at
the country with a view of select
ing a new location.
Kelly Rhoden received what
might have been a fatal injury
last Thursday. He was pitching
bundles for Will Seybolt, and a
pitchfork laying on the rack
caught in a wheel and the fork
was thrown at Kelly like a har
poon. One tine struck the side of
the nose and plowed to the bone
and slightly injured the eyeball.
The concussion was sufficient to
cause him to faint, and it was
feared by bystanders that a tine
had penetrated the skull.
Pleasant Day at Rock Bluffs.
There was a very pleasant time
Mid entertainment given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Fitch-
horn at Hock Bluffs last Sunday. A
big dinner was served at noon and
in the afternoon ice cream and
cake was served. The children
were amused at games and enjoy
ed a fine time. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. I". H. Kin
nanion and family, Stella, Charles
and Joe, of Plattsmouth; Mrs. Lee
and family. Bertha. Blanche,
Beulah and John, of Pacific Junc
tion; Mr. and Mrs. fteorge Bates
aid family, Myrtle, Ira and
Frances, of Murray; Virgil Sud-
deth of Murray, Adam Meisinger
of Mynard. Mr. and Mrs. S. D.
Fitchhorn and family, Jessie, Wil
bur, Virgie, Katie, ftlen, Ira and
Elmer. Everybody enjoyed
A FEW CLOSE OUT
A few 2-piece Uunderwear suits left, were 21c;
to close out at, per garment 15c
A few Ladies' Vests, were 19, 29 and 39c, now
to close out at, per garment 15c
See our line of Ladies' Aprons priced at
15 and 25c Each
The well known Star Cut Water Setseven pieces; one Jug
and six Tumblers for. . . $1.50
Some Gold Band Decorated 7-pue Water Set very nifty.
Special this week at 1.19
Forthe 7-piece set this is a Biecial bargain.
Big lot of Summer Dress Goods worth up to 33c per yard,
now ut per yard 10c
THE BARGAIN STORE
MURRAY, : : : : NEDEASKA
ft. V. Bailey, from near Ne
hawka. was in the city last Satur
day, coming in for the transac
tion of some business matters,
among which was a real estate
deal, in which his mother-in-law
purchased a piece of city prop
erly. Arthur Amick was qnie serious
ly kicked by a horse one day this
week. He was struck in the face
and a large gash cut in his upper
lip and also in his cheek. The
accident was quite painful, but he
is doing nicely.
11 ..1 1
neri jamcson is now I tie pos
sessor of a brand new Overland
automobile. U j a five-passeng
er and is equipped j 1 1 1 every
Hung hut a smoking parlor. Bert
says if there is a better car in the
country for the price he would
like to take a look at it.
rniiip ieii was a county seal
visitor last Saturday, having some
business matters to look after. He
was nursing a very much injured
hand that he had caught in the
weigher of a threshing machine.
He is getting along nicely, but
has suffered with the injury a
Nelson Berger, from Nehawka.
had a runaway Sundav evening.
tearing up his rig and bruising
himself pretty badly. The clip
of a singletree came off. lcttinor
the tongue down Just as he was
leaving town, and the team be
came unmanageable. He found
his team at John Porter's the next
Steve Beckner, who lives on
ftlen Perry's place, four miles
northeast of town, received a
serious injury to bis back by fall
ing from a load of wheat last Sat
urday. He was hauling w heal for
Mr. Perry, when by some unknown
means the spring seat turned,
liirowing him upon one of the
Mrs. Frank Oliver of 'Salida,
Loin, who has been visiting
friends and relatives in Omaha
and Murray for the past month,
returned to her home Sunday. She
was accompanied by Miss Eliza
beth Oliver, who will visit nt the
home of her brother, Frank
Oliver, in Salida. for several
Mrs. fceeiey I.awlnn ami lillle
son, from Okaton, South Dakota.
The Bell Telephone has made it possible to shop
with comfort, economy and despatch.
WITH COMFORT, for by telephone you can buy anything
from your home without long, tiresome shopping trips.
WITH ECONOMY, for a telephone saves you valuable time ,
, when you could spend your efforts at other work.
WITH DISPATCH, for a Bell Telephone communication is
instantaneous and comprehends both message and reply.
.If. B. RRANTNLR, Plattsmouth Manager
in This County
Two Big Freights Come Together
at Auburn at High Speed,
The Misosuri Pacific north
bound passenger was the hours
late last night owing to a big
freight wreck near Auburn. The
train is due here at 5 o'clock,
but did not arrive until after 10.
H. A. Wilson, a government em
ploye, who is investigating the
naturalization records here today,
described the wreck to a Journal
reporter. He said about 100
freight cars were piled up in great
confusion and that both engines
were demolished. The engineers
slaed with their engines, but
were not injured.
Both trains were heavily loaded
and they came together at fast
speed, as the air brakes on one of
the trains would not work., Much
coal and grain were dumped from
the cars in the accident.
fteorge B. Mattison, another
Cass county pioneer, died at his
home in South Bend, Neb., this
morning at 8 o'clock. The de
ceased had been suffering for
some time with kidney troubles.
fteorge B. Mattison was born in
Hampton, Washington county,
New York, in 1828, on January 16,
being 83 years of age. Mr. Mat
tison was married in 1859 to Miss
Laura Clisbe, and in 1865 emi
grated to Nebraska, settling near
South Bend. The deceased was
the father of three children, two
daughters, who survive him, one
residing in Missouri, at Lock
Springs, and the other, Mrs; Lon
Loop, at SI rat ton, Neb. One son
uiei at tne age or 1!) years.
The funeral will be held to
morrow (rriday) at the fterman
Methodist church, and interment
in the cemetery near the church.
During the many years that Mr.
Mattison has resided in Cass
county he has made many friends,
who will be grieved to learn of his
Getting Along Nicely.
Mrs. ft. Roman and ' children,
Ruth and Frances, who have been
visiting the former's son, Giles,
at Lead, S. D., for the past week
or so, returned home last even
ing. Mrs. Roman reports that
her son, Oiles, who had two bones
of the instep of his right foot
broken some four weeks ago, by
having a large stone fall on it
while at work in the mine, is get
ting along as well as could be ex
pected and that, with the aid of
crutches, he is able to get about.
Oiles' many friends will be pleas
ed to know that he is getting
along slowly but surely.
Many a Suffering Woman
Drags herself painfully through
her daily tasks, ' suffering from
backache, headache, nervousness,
loss of appetite and poor sleep,
not knowing her ills are due to
kidney and bladder troubles. Foley
Kidney Pills give quick relief from
pain and misery and a prompt re
turn to health and strength. No
woman who so suffers can afford
to overlook Foley Kidney Pills.
For sale bv Fricke & Co.
We received quite a lot of
news from Murray Thurs
day evening, but owing to
the lateness of the M. P.
train, it arrived too late for
this issue and will appear
Woman loves a clear, rosy
complexion. Burdock Blood Bit
tcrs purifies the blood, clears the
skin, restores ruddy, sound health.
Fine Hog for Sale.
We are informed that Julius
Pit 7. has an extra line male hog
that he wants to sell. Our good
friend, William ftilmour, is wil
ling to vouch for the value of the
nnimal, and "Billy" is sure a good
judge of hogs.
Torturing eczema spreads its
burning area every day. Doan's
Ointment quickly stops its
spreading, instantly relieves the
itebing. cures it permanently. At
anv drug store.
are holding a special dis-
sale on all our Ladies'
Muslin wear and Summer Waists
Special prices to reduce the line
Were Married Here.
William N. Logan of Skidmore,
Mo., and Miss Pearl Allison of
Hastings, Neb., were married here
yesterday by the nev. W. L. Aus
tin of the Methodist church. Mr
and Mrs. Logan left for Skidmore
on the 5 o'clock train yesterday
The Wells-Fargo Now.
Tuesday, August 1, the Wells
Fargd Express company began its
contract of looking after the ex
press business on the Missouri
Pacific, Iron Mountain and Wa
bash systems, and the express
office here, long known as the Pa
cific Express company, is now the
Wells-Fargo. The latter com
pany underbid the Pacific for the
express privileges on the Oould
lines. With the loss of these con
tracts the Pacific Express com
pany goes out of business.
Cut the Weeds in No. 27.
Notice is hereby given to all
land owners in Road District No.
27 that the weeds must be cut by
the 15th of the present month or
the same will be done by the road
overseer and taxed against the
property. The law says the weeds
must be cut, so let us see that the
same is done at once.
M. L. Furlong,
First. The cost but one-naif.
Second. Saves you one-half
Third. Factory at your door.
Fourth. ' Five years' guarantee.
Fifth. You are the sole judge.
I take your word, and not what I
Chopie Gasoline Engine Factory,
Miss Charlotte Fetzer went to
Lyons, Neb., this morning, where
she will visit friends for a weelu
THE STATES BEST PRODUCTS
1 y M y 1 'ft
TWO AEROPLANES IN DAILY FLIGHTS
LIBERATI MILITARY BAND AND
GRAND OPERA COMPANY OF 61 PEOPLE
GREAT RACES -PATTERSON SHOWS,
FIREWORKS, NIGHT RACES. VAUDEVILLE.
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