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PRfcPARKP IN TUB INTKUK.STS OF THE PKOPLK OF MURRAY AND VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR THE JOURNAL READEBS.
I If any of the raulera of tlu Journal know of a ivxial &f.nt or an ite?n ofinttre.it in tkin vicinity m nl -trill mail mnne to Llti oflii it mil appear umler thig titadi
want all itau of interest. Editor Jour iul
sJ n n
n Hurray State Bank n
Wc Solicit Your Banking
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Dr. Newell, tli dentleaf, In Murra;'
Mrs. Cregg was a Plallsinnuth
visitor ''Vednesifay. -
Ice cream, fruit sundaes an 1
cimes at A. I,. Baker's.
Frank Cotvelinari, painter and
jinpcr hauler. I'ljittsmont h.
Margie Waller i.s 1 1 n 1 1 n u I h
week :n Hal I simml li ami linalia.
John Lloyd 1. 1' Fa ninny .-n 1 1 i . I
Suml r il li Mr. ami Mrs. I). C.
I.nrella Walker is -pemiinir the
work with Dab'-lla Young.
1 1 1 . William- ami family hae
moved iiitu tjif Chri-lian j-ar-oii-;i:'.
Mr. ami Mr-. W. C. Iliuvui. jr.,
1 1 1 c t Jiu n-i i ;i 1 1 1 1 f r 1 1 r' nf friends
al -upper ! i ii (i ;i .
1 1 l'.!!:n-'..ii .!' i ilia i-
' I - il i ng at I lie li.iim- i !' hor a n nt ,
Ml-. A. II. Keniieiiv. v
' Ml-. W . I '.. Prow i ea ii In me
l Monday, eio-n.g h-T .-li u a Im-n I
1 ofi I lie i'liaiilaiiiiia plal hr-n,
Pui ii I n r, ainl -rs. I re i !
Iteil, 'I re-.la , August -J '.i, a line !
Kill l.aliv. !
A I .ili In i w a In .ni I . . Mi. ami
Mi-. I'a liavi- M.-ii.iav, ';-u-t
'.' S. ,i i,. I in. it li.-i ,i ml -i .ii ,iii- ii. ii m l;
Mi-- Mallie Mautiear attended ; ss,.
ttie fraternal pienie al Weepmg ! ,. , ,, ' ... .,
...... . . I Mi', i'lel Mi Hm'I'v I 1 1 i 1 1 are
atnl W eilliesilav. I . . t , ,
illie 1ii-i.--:.r- .if a m-w ilanli-
Lliel'e Young wen! to Weeping I e-, Imrn ei I ii la , August lin.
Water swilurday fur a week's vi.-il
il li rel.it is es ami friends.
.Iil her ami daughter are i . . i ; i .
The I :t-year-iihl daughter ofj William Hamilton, Allierl
Mr. ami Mrs. .laenli l.nhnes of Young, I ; rl Hunt aini Ceorge
F.it-'llt Mile Crnvi' is (liile sick. I Parks are creeling a seven-room
The lll-year-nlil s.MI nf Itufus h""s I he Charles Clint ry mail
Taylor, l!e miles soulheasl nf
Murray, is iiiite sick, hut nothing
serious at this lime.
Miss Marion Itiec of Lincoln
ii -parted for her home Friday, af
ter a week's visit with her uncle,
William llicc, and other rclalivcs,
Misse- Pauline ami Fay Oldham
went to Platlsniouth Wednesday
evening lo allcnd Hie musical re
cital, ami from then to Omaha
Thursday morning, when! I hoy
spent I he day.
farm, west ,,f Murray
I mi I',. Ithnilen. democrat ie cau
didale for .-herill'. attended Ihe
fraternal pionie al Weeping
Water Wednesday, where he had
Ihe plea-nre of meeting many
Mrs. C. M. Minford. Mis. Adda
Sloke.-, Clara Young and Ogla
Minford altended the fraternal
picnic at Weeping Water, going
out in Minfords auto, with Ogla
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hrown, sr.,
entertained Mr. and Mrs. O. II.
Oilmore at dinner Wednesday.
Mrs. James Longhridre is some
hetler avain, ami her many friends
tiope to see her out in a few- days.
Mrs. Isaac Jones of Lincoln is
spending a few days with her
daughter, Mrs. Ray Iavis and
Mr. Thomas Slayle, an aed
pioneer, soulheasl nf Murray, lies
al the point of death, due to Ihe
many infirmities of old aye.
A. Yost of Virginia, hmlher nf
Shefl" and laid Yost, arrived
Wednesday uiornihtr and will visit
Mr. ami Mrs. H. C. lama for a few
Rev. Williams returned from
Tnpeka. Kansas, Saturday even
ing and resumed his work as
pastor of Ihe United Preshyterian
The liitf show- came and it went,
elephant and all. All they needed
lo hrintf out a crowd was advertis
ing in a pood, live paper. The
show was Rood.
Mrs. I)ora Moore ami her broth
er, (it-ovnc Oldham, spent a few
days with L. II. Oldham and fam
ily, returning to Platlsmoulh
Wednesday even inn.
F.d Nasser and wife are visit inp
al the home of Uncle William
Wiley, Mis. Hassers father. Mr.
Ilasser and wife are now residents
of Los Anyeles. California.
Mrs. Hauls ,,f pa I smoulh
'auie i i i a 1 1 Tuesday evening and
i-ilei n er nihl w il Ii her si-ler,
Mrs.' William Smith. ;iu, father.
Mr. A. M. Ilnlines, iv I iirnina' home
W'eilne-iliiy al'ti-rn i.
Il.'ill Lnnc ami i enlieu (' H
Li'ii-. ti-mii near .Murray, m re - j
l!" city la-l Sahir,!.i , ami while
ll'-'e p.'l id ihe .T.i'ini:, nliiie a 1 1 ro-f
'a!!, a n. I while line Mr. C. p.
I. "ii- i i-n!l-, In,, name I'm- tin-
T . . 1 1 1 1 1 -i I ..- i. in- e.ir. I
I. a -i Sal u nl a tin- M u rra ha -e-liall
I' iiin played the M nanl
SI alw a rl -. with a score of 17 lo 1)
in favor nf Murray, Tic hniicr-
millv ioo-er- were l-onlinu (or
Murray imlil -iiccc-s loomcil up
on I he horizon, vv hen hey lieeaine
k'lncki-r-. lint to no avail. The
name va- interest iui:. fa-l and
Mr. and Mrs. '.. c. Lew is, from
near Murray, were county seal
visitor?, on Wednesday nf this
week, and while there called al
Ihe .Journal ollice and Mr. Lewis
renewed fur his paper another
year. Mr. Lewis is one of the
Cass county farmers that will
have almost as pood a corn crop
(his year as last.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cook re
turned home last Friday from
their v isilinp trip up in le('irauf,
Minne-ola, where they were
puesis for a few days with Mrs.
Cook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V.
M. Younp. Joe says that thinps
are lookinp line in that part of the
country and he helieyes I hey have
us somewhat liested this season
mi a crop, lie says Mr. and. Mrs.
Younn are doinp nicely and arc
well pelased with Minnesota.
NOW COMING IN AT
We want to remind all of our customers, also
those who are now now our customers, that we are
daily receiving our new supply of
DM GOODS ID FINISHIHG GOODS!
Don't fail to see our new arrivals in Shoes. We have
cleaned out the old stock pretty well and will now
show you some nifty numbers in all lines of shoes for
Men, Women, Hoys, Misses and children.
We are always pleased to show new toods.
THE BARGAIN STORE
MURRAY, : : : : NEDEASKA
Entertains for K. N. K. Society.
On Thursday afternoon the K.
. K. society was most pleasantly
entertained at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John Hendricks. .The
lime was spent in nuilt piecinp,
the work heinp prepared hy
Orandiua Shrader. Music, fur
nished hy Miss Fern llalhaway.
added to the enjoyment of the aft
ernoon. At a convenient hour
Mrs. Hendricks, assisted hy Mrs.
Homer Schrader and Mrs. Y. E.
Hathaway, served dainty refresh
ments, which added to their
enjoyment. After refreshments,
the president, Mrs. Nicholas
Klaurens, disposed of the peneral
hllsiness nf the society, closinp
hy accept inp an invitation to
spend a Sepieniher afternoon with
Miss Klta M. Nickles. Too soon
the hour for departure arrived
and all went away foe I Ins praleful
to Mrs. Hendricks for the hos
pitality received and Imping to
airain have the pleasure of enjoy
ina an afternoon nt her home.
Those present were: Mesdames
and Misses 0. W. Schrader, A. L.
Prunk. Frank Anderson nf Fninn,
Main-! Sands. Connie lt.lv, perlha
Shrader, W. p. Hiilclie-,.n and
dauuhter. Winnie, (irnmlma
Mnilh, V. I'., llalhaway and daugh
ter. Fern, James Woolanl. N.
Ivlauren-, K. H. Queen. F.Ha M.
Ni kle-. Frank Campbell, John
Hendricks. Charles Sehvvah, Cold-
en Woodard, Vera Hendricks,
Lena Klaurens, Forest Schrader.
Wiles' Family Reunion.
The annual reunion of the
Wiles' family will occur today at
the home of Mr. Anderson Davis,
we-t of Murray. The occasion for
hohlinp the annual event at the
Oavis' home is on account of the
advanced . years of Orandma
Thomas, who is !tl years of ape,
and unahle to go any distance
from home. It will he an im
mense affair, and will he attend
ed hy mouthers of the Wiles fam
ily from far and near, many of the
relatives living in Iowa. These
events are held every year, last
year the reunion taking place in
Mills county. Iowa. It is looked
forward to each year with great
anticipations of a pleasant time,
ami no one is every disappointed.
The Journal will contain a fuller
account of the event in another
A series of meetings in the I'.
P. church, heginning next Sah
hath, September A slereopli
cau service at night. The
slereoptican will he used some
other nights during the meetings.
We want to help the community
ami would appreciate Iho support
of all Christian people, , Our
special concern is Dial men may
know Jesus ami learn to receive
and obey him. This i.s the most
important matter llial can atl'ecf
men. I crybody welcome. "Conn
ami le us reason together" ahoul
I la- jvu.ov al of -m. He-peel fully,
L. W . W illiaiii-on. "
Enjoyed a Picsirt Visit.
Mr-. I S. I . I'e , ml, I ami da.ugh
: i - i,i-l, i . Mr-. .J, V. Prciiilel. of
'v i .-1 ; i . ret m il. ! renin a i-il lo
i '- si'r: ' - ami i ! i mr m i 1 1 1 s in'
' ' ' ' . i 1 ' i 'i ue-dav iin. ruing.' Tiiey
1 a ,' u. i ; ai, ,f l-y I .V- inr,,er
A i-:am!a I'arr. who will v i.-it here
!or ... i r;: I i. 1 1,-. !',e M,-.--
liami .- P.r.'i-i.'el , il l, , n! a i.n .1 de-!i;-iilliil
vi.-il v.i'h II;, -ii- imi.ana
n lal i e- and al I he h.,mc. ,,i Dr.
'.I'd M !'"i-uii.' earls boy hood
ami g ii'lln .1. ami v. hen- hey were
iii'ilt'd in the ; i l lioml- of wedlock.
May Locate in Portland.
Dr. William K. Lnuiihriilge
came in Tuesday evening for a
brief yj-it with his mother and
his brother, James Loughridue
and family. Dr. Loughridge has
just returned from an extended
trip lo the Pacific roast, visiting
the principal points of interest.
He is very favorably impressed
with the most of them, but Port
land. Oregon, takes his eye, and
he thinks he will probably locate
there. Ho thinks it one of the
linos! cities in Iho land. Dr.
Loughridge departed for Omaha
and Lincoln Wednesday evening.
Mr. A. M. Holmes and daugh
ter. Mrs. Will Smilh, returned
Saturday morning from their trip
lo points in California and other
slates. They have boon gone
several weeks, taking their lime
in reviewing the points of in
terest on their route, and return
fooling that I hoy have boon well
paid for.thoir lime and expense of
Iho trip. They holh fool greatly
bonel'iltcd from Ihe lour and wore
welcomed homo by their many
friends and neighbors.
At Murray. Nebraska. AH
varieties. Will pay highest mar
ket price in cash. Hy Punch &
Were Married Here.
Daniel Allen, an apple dealer
at (ilenvvooil, and Miss Sarah
Fischer of Pacific Junction wore
married this afternoon at the
ollice of Judge A. J. Poeson.
NEW FALL GARMENTS
FOR MEN AND BOYS
Rarely has a season ever found us so well ad
vanced in the early showing of the new styles and
modes of men's apparel as
the present. Our orders
were placed early and all
during the Spring and Sum
mer expert tailormen have
been putting together these
clothes for you. You will
find them here now in all
their original freshness and
beauty. Rough tweeds in
blues, browns and grays;
smooth diagonals in rus
sets and wood browns.
Blue serges in plain and
fancy weaves. As hereto
fore our QUALITY LINES
from $20 to $35 will be our
leaders. Step in and in
terview these new arrivals.
C. E. WESCOTT'S SONS
& THE HOME OF SATISFACTION j
William Cilmore of .Myuard
drove Ifi Louisville one day la-t
week with a span of his Shetland
ponies, w hich all racled more al -lent
ion mi I he si reels I ban a cam'
of .inniiki ys. Mr. Oilinorc i ita s
been breeding ponies down mi, his
lla-s cnimiy larm for a number of
year- and tell- us he ha- -tilleen
'f I lie-e 111 I e In lint e.s oil hand
inn. II would be wnrlh a trip to
M nard ju-l In see I hein, - I.oui--ville
The aiiov ,. w aen IVoiu I he
l.oi:i ie Coin id', ami Mr. Cil
niore wi-hes o make a few cor
nel ion-. First, he never was a
resident nf Myuard. ainl'lhen lie
lias mil got so many ponies a
the above article says. Put he
docs raise those small ponies, and
-nod ones, loo.
Thirty Years Together.
Thirty year.- of association
think of ii. How the merit of a
- i tiling slamJ- .ml in that
lilne ,,c th,' Wnrlhle-siiess of a
bad one. So then.'- no suoss
work in I hi- evidence of Tlins.
An's.-. Concord. Mich., who writes:
'.'I have 11... -d Dr. King's New Dis
eovery for .'in year-, and it's the,
ilu'-l coiivh ami cold cure I ever
used.'' Once it finds entrance m
a home vou can't pry it out.
Many I'amilic. have u-ed it forty
y-'ar-. It's Ihe most iufalliblu
throat and lung riiedicine :' on
earth. I'neipialod for lagrippc,
a-llima. hay fever, croup, quinsy
or sore lungs. Priee o'lc and $1.00.
Trial bottle free. Cuarantood by
F. C. Fricke A Co.
"SuR'ercd day and night the
torment of itching piles. Nothing
helped i tit until I used I loan's
Ointment. It cured mo perman
ently." lioii. John 11. Carrot t,
Mayor, Cirard, Ala.
Kiltie Cummins, lonelier of
Piano and Harmony, Put-rovves
Kindergarten and Kllis' Illustrated
Music Course. Fall term begins
September 5th. 8-08-.Kv.wl wk.
A healthy man is a king in his
own right: an unhealthy man is
an unhappy slave. Iturdock Plood
Hitters builds up sound health
I keeps y i in well.
Mrs. M. Hull' and granddaugh
ter. Mrs. Carrie Spell, arrived yes
terday from llenson to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Porn. They
brought back F.lvora Porn, Who
has been visiting them.
Death at Elmwood.
A special from Klmwood, under
date of A u u u -1 J!. says: Mrs.
Heed, aged tit. mother of Pert
Heed of this place, died here Sat
urday morniu'j after a short ill
ness. Mrs. Heed wa.- hero on a
vi-il to her -on ami M," body was
taken to Ho.sehurg. Oregon, today,
Mrs. Rood's former home.
Forest Rose Flour. TTie next
lime you need a sack of flour try
a sack. You wil' "nl it the best
on the market.
Calling the Doctor!
Mr. William Pickett returned
to Lincoln ye-lcrday. after visit-inj-
Mrs. Alvin K. Cass.
Thousands of lives are saved each year be
cause skilled physicians can be summoned over
the long distance lines of the Bell Telephone Sys
tem. Consultations by specialists are now largly
carried on by telephones.
When a child is sick and it is a question of
life or death, the distressed mother demands im
mediate medical aid. The value of Bell Long
Distance Service is keenly appreciated.
JA A". 7vA";7;A Phi t turnout h Manager
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