The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, June 13, 1912, Image 6

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    Murray Department
s
Some of the Bargains
that can be found
AT THE STORE OF
A. G. BACH & CO.
on Seasonable Necessities
PREPARED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE OF MURRAY AND VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR THE JOURNAL READEBS.
any of tlie readers of the Journal know of a social ereiU or cm
Vc u nnt nil itemx of interest. Editor Jour ial
item of interest in this vicinity and will mad same to thin ofice it ueill appear under this headimj
Murray State Bank
MURRAY, NEBRASKA
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mouth
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Capital $10,000 Surplus S5.000
CI IAS. C. PARMLLE, President
F.L NUTZMAN, Vice-President
W. G. BOEDEKER, Cashier
We Solicit Your Banking
Business
aTOur Deposits are protected by the Depositor's Guaran
tee Fund of the State of Nebraska.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
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Mr. Phil Lambert, litis
i ill' .-irk fur I In- pnl. few
K. It. OiH'cii iimt wife
lii'i'ii
day,
were
I ran.arl iiig business in I'lalls
iiiiMiili Monday afternoon.
(lliarli's Itui'ili'krr was in I'lalls
inmilli Tuesday n n i-i i i n k looking
alter some business Ilialli'l'S.
(Hen ami Albert Wilt's, from
ni'ar Myiianl, with here to attend
social last Saturday evening.
Mrs. V. A. Ki'imi'ily will enter
tain tin.' Missionary society tit her
homo on Friday afternoon of this
week.
Tin' social given hy the Sun
shine hand last Saturday evening
was quite largely attended and all
.seemed lo base a very line time.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hobertson
were Murray visilors Tuesday of
this week, and were guests at the
home ..f Mr. ami Mrs. E. S. Tut t.
Miss Anna Weidnian nf Platls
nmuth was a Murray visitor for a
few clays I his week, a guest nl, the
home of Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Tutt.
The Misses Pliene, Florenee
iind Hohiii Hit liaidson of Mynnrd
attended the social nt Hie Chris
tian church last Saturday even
ing. J. W. Merger has lieen in Nc
liraska C.ily for the past few days
visiting his sou, Will, and pulling
in n few days' work in the Renin
business.
Miss Lena Youiir was a lMatls
mouth visitor Wednesday of this
week. Miss Youiir is taking les
sons in china painliuR from Mrs.
Ilnwland.
Mrs. Y). M. Steinee and little
daughter, from Lincoln, are in
Murray this week visit i'iir nl the
liome of tier parents, Me. and
Mrs. J. W. Merger.
Miss (Mara Youiir came homo
from WeepiiiR Water last Friday
evening to. spend her summer
vacation nl the home of tier par
ents, Mr. and Mes. 1). A. Youiir.
S. O. Pitman has bought one of
those line J. I. Case automobiles,
which will no doubt prove n great
pleasure to Sam, as well as very
profitable in his work. The car
will he shipped direct from the
factory and is expected to arrive
in a few days.
The handsome new residence of
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Mrendel is pro
gressing very nicely under the
workmanship of the boss car
penter, W. W. Hamilton, and staff
of workmen. This will be one of
the nicest and most modern
homes in Murray. '
Mrs. James Loughridge spent a
few days in Omaha the past week
visiting at the borne of Mr.
Loughridge's brother, Mr. and
Mrs. Dr. W. K. Loughridge. Her
daughter, May, was in the city
Tuesday to receive treatment for
her eyes, Dot li returning home
Wednesday morning.
Frank Oorton and Park Chris
weisscr, the automobile men. from
Plattsmouth, accompanied by
Jesse McVey, were in this locality
with the auto Tuesday evening
and were caught in the heavy rain
storm at the homo of George
Lloyd. They were compelled to
leave the car and return home by
rail.
llliaill .Mckcls Wa.s a I'lllnll
iilne Tuesday afternoon.
Alex Campbell was I raiiMiii in
hii-.iiic.Hs in Cminci 1 1 Mull's Salur
day.
, Miss Mildred Choii of Lincoln
was calling on Murray friends
last Saturday,
Miss Jell' Lewis and daughter
Miss Mae, were Plallsniouth visil
ors Friday.
.jorin iienuricKs ami wile were
caning mi Hattsiiioulli mer
chants Friday.
Philip Kiel uml family were
looking after business in Platts
mouth Saturday.
(ieorge Wiley and wife were
looking after business mailers in
PlalLsiuouth Friday.
Mrs. -Robert (loud and Miss
Hertha Nickels were Plattsmouth
visitors Thursday.
Will Seybolt and wife of Mur
ray were guests of Jeff Hrendel
and family Sunday.
Miss Mary and Willa Moore
were visiting friends in Plaits
mouth Saturday afternoon.
Miss Clara Rulherfoid oT Ne
hawka lias been elected nl, the
Swan school for the present term.
Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Copcn
haver were guests of Tom Tilson
ami wife, west of Murray, Satur
day and Sunday.
Miss Elsie iiipen ami her
cousin. Miss Coon, of Lincoln,
were in attendance at the social
last, Saturday evening.
Hubert. Nickels returned from
Wood River, Neb., Sunday morn
ing. He reports crop prospects
not very good in Hall county.
The rain Tuesday was very
hard in this vicinity, doing a great
deal of damage to fences and
washing out conisderable corn.
Mrs. James Allison, who is
building a line new home in the
county seal, has decided to make
her home in Murray for the sum
mer, with Mrs. W. K. Dull. Mrs.
Hanker, sister of Mrs. Dull, will
depart for her home in Youngs
town, Ohio, On Saturday of this
week. Her brother, Charles
Rutherford, of Omaha, and
daughters will go east, with her
to spend their summer vacation.
Mrs. II. L. Oldham and (laugh
ter, miss rauiine, entertained u
few friends last Friday in honor
of Mrs. Cuzza Haker of Adair,
Iowa. At the same time they as
sisted Miss Fay Oldham in cele
brating her birthday. Dinner wns
served at 12:30. Those present
were: Mesdanies W, K. Dull, M
H. Allison, Charles Spangler, 0. A
Davis, S. O. Pitman and Misses
Margie Walker and Margaret
Spangler.
The Children's day exercises at
the Presbyterian church last Sun
day morning were quite largely
auenueu ami wie excellent pro
gram rendered was very enter
laining to nil in attendance. Th
program was in charge of Mrs. W
S. Smith, who devoted a great dea
of time and patience lo the train
ing of the children for the oe
casion. This fact was thoroughly
demonstrated in the excellent
manner in which every number on
the program was presented.
been in
Hie past few
some repairs
to
I.. I. Iliatt was a 1
i.-ilir Monday celling
Klli Daniels of Lnion was a
Murray vi.-itor Wednesday morn
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. F.Iiiut Hoedeker
were rial I -mum n visitors iasi
Sat unlay.
lf. (lanseiiiiT shipped a car of
hogs to Smith Omaha last Sunday
evening.
Miss Agnes Kennedy was a
Maltsinouth visitor a few hours
Wednesday morning.
Charles Philpot and Lee Brown
hipped a car of bogs to South
Omaha Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. James Deles
Dernier were visiting in Nebraska
City Wednesday of this week.
John Tutt of Plattsmouth came
down to Murray Wednesday
morning for a few days' visit with
his son, E. S. Tutt.
Prof. Pinkerton with his won
derful electric transform (In er,
will be at Jenkins' ball Saturday
evening, June 22.
Mrs. Tony Augustine of Omaha
lias been visiting for the past few
days with her father, Hen Mcrk
nian, east, of Murray.
S. O. Pitman was over lo perci-
val, Iowa, tins week placing a new
water and lighting .system in tin
residence of F. L. Kellogg.
Mrs. Vina Donley went down lo
SI. Joseph, Missouri, last Satur
day evening fur a brief visil with
her mother, reluming to Murray
Monday evening.
Mr. M. I Mat I. who ha
I'lal l.-muiil h for
days looking aflei
on his properly there, relurnei
Murray Wednesday morning.
Miss Ida Hoedeker returned
home from I he St. Joseph's hos
pital in Omaha Tuesday morning
and is rapidly recovering from her
recent illness ami surgical operation.
Mrs. James Hatchet I, who has
been in the hospital at Omaha for
the past few weeks, returned
home last Saturday and is im
proving from her recent illness
and operation.
Mrs. A. L. Haker and daughter,
Opha, were Omaha and Plalls
niouth visilors Tuesday, also
Wednesday morning, which trip
is made daily to see the doctor
and receive treatment for an ear
I rouble.
William Puis, sr., celebrated
his (7th birthday last Sunday.
There was tjuite a large number
of friends and relatives present to
assist this excellent old gentle
man in celebration the event.
There were plenty of good things
to eat for all present.
Mrs. Charles Carroll has de
cided to cease keeping boarders
for the present, and all those who
have been enjoying the many
good things to eat nt her table
luring the past few months have
lakn up boarding -quarters at the
home of Mrs. Jenkins.
Murray was visited by one of
the heaviest rain storms in many
years last Tuesday evening. The
xact amount of water falling
seems lo vary somewhat, some
laiming as much as four inches,
others two and one-half inches.
all fell within an hour.
The "Old Maids Convention
will be given Saturday night,
June 22, at Jenkins' hall. The
.adies' Aid society of the Chris-
lian church is giving the play, am
the proceeds are for the benefit of
the church. Everybody try am
attend. Admission, 25c and 35c
Murray lias ror many years
held her own as a marketing
point, or rather, shipping point in
all kinds of live slock, and this
week the first shipment of high-
grade cats were shipped out.
This shipment was made by Kelly
Ilhoden, when a car consignment
was placed in the care of the Mis
souri Pacific railway.
We have been informed that
Sam Pitman has been compelled
to go to Nebraskn City for the
manufacture of his new lighting
system on account of not being
able to find suitable building
quarters in Murray. There was
not an available building in Mur
ray to be had and no one seemed
to want lo erect one for him, thus
the change was made necessary.
This enterprise will no doubt
grow to the employment of several
men and would have been a great
help had it been kept in Murray
nr. and Mrs. i n. i tit t were
visiting at the home of the Ial
ter's brother and sister, Julius
Piti nnd sister, south of Platts
mouth, last Sunday.
James Loughridge was a Union
i.-iior la.-l Sunday.
Dee Shruder was a I'lal tsnioulh
'.-jlnr last Sal unlay.
A. M. Holmes made a trip to
I'lallsinoiil li Wednesday evening.
O. V. Virgin was looking after
some business matters in the
county seat last Saturday.
Come and see the wonderful
electric transform (h) er at Jen
kins' ball June 22.
Our excellent friend 0. Ilengcn,
near Mynard, has been very sick
for the past few days.
Hear Mary Ann Harnes' original
poem and song Saturday night,
June 22, at Jenkins' hall.
Old maids made into charming
young women at Jenkins' hall
Saturday evening, June 22.
(Ieorge Park went to Platts
mouth Wednesday evening lo look
after some business matters.
Mrs. Filch of Omaha and Mrs.
J. A. Walker spent last Sunday
with Mr. ami Mrs. Dr. (iilinore.
Mrs. L. K. Itanard, who has
been quite sick for the past few
weeks, is some better at this time.
Mrs. I '.ark hurst came up from
l nion last Saturday evening to
spend I lie day with Mrs. Joseph
Cook and alleml the social thai
evening.
.i i lie i.nrisiian cnurcii Min
jeels for Sunday, June 1,1: Morn
ing, "Desire and Attainment;"
inu. "Itesiorat ion of Lo.-l
g
8
S
1C pounds of granulated sugar for $1.00
48 pound sack Plainsifter or Diamond Patent Hour $1.40
Forest Rose, Jersey Cream or Premium Patent . . $1.50
Fruit Jars, pints, per dozen 5iic
Fruit Jars, quarts, per dozen 60c
Fruit Jars, half-gallon, per dozen 73c
C cans of good sweet corn for 2oc
8 bars of Diamond "C" Lenox or White Russian
Soap for 21c
6 bars of good white Laundry Soap for . 25c
at Main Street or South Park Stores
Place your orders now for cherries
Telephone orders receive
Prompt Attention.
He sure ami alleml the "Old
Maids' Convention" at Jenkins'
hall, Saturday evening:, June 22.
It's wort li I lie money.
Mr. and Mrs. W: O. J! leker,
!. (',. Hoedeker and MUs Heiilah
Sans drove lo Omaha la.-l Thurs-
ay in I lie lug ear or V . 1 1.
'i.edeker.
l.oe!l Mas.-ie, sou of F. M.
Massie, of Ml. Pleasant, departed
Monday morning for Minnesota,
where he uoes to investigate a
land proposii ion.
Mrs. ('.. N. Hi-vcraae and little
ft
111 were Plal!s;uoul!i visilors mi
lliursday of this wick, and while
here called al the Journal olliee
or the purpose of renewing their
nbsrriplion.
There will be another line new
residenee property erected in
Murray this summer, and that is
the one of O. A. Davis, the con
crete blocks for the foundation
having already arrived, and Ihe
work of erection will soon be in
progress. The new structure will
be built in the Pitman addition
and just north of the Hue D. J.
Pilman home.
The Olterhein church was given
quite a treat last Wednesday,
when a number of the neighbor
ing members and friends of the
ingregalion assembled at the
church for the purpose of devot
ing and donating sutllcienl time
o replace the old shingle roof
with a new one. They did a good
work that was greatly appreciated
by all Ihe members.
The Childrens day exercises
given at the Christian church last
Sunday evening, were very largely
attended and one of the finest
programs ever given on a simialr
occasion ever held in Murray was
rendered. The numbers were
numerous, and while all were
good in every particular, the sing
ing of little Miss Madeline Dooley
is deserving of special mention.
The manner in which this little
lady handled the solos certainly
shows great training and wonder
ful ability and were very pleasing
numbers to the audience. The
entire program was in charge of
Mrs. J. T. Hrendel, who deserves
a great deal of credit for the ex
cellent manner in which the pro
gram was presented.
'I here is a young man living in
this part of the country that has
demonstrated a great deal more
of lire good roads spirit than
most of Ihe men who have use for
and are traveling Ihe roads every
day. That young man is Morris
Lloyd, Ihe young son of our ex
cellent farmer friend, John Lloyd,
near whose farm lays about
three-auarters of a mile of
mighty good road, made so by-
Morris with a drag thai the young
man made himself and used his
own team for the work. Such
work is indeed very commendable
and greatly appreciated , more
especially when a young man the
age of Morris takes such active
work in the good roads move
ment. Let the good work go on,
there are many more young men
the age of this one that can And
the sainea mount of time to spare.
John McDonald shipped a car
load of bogs to South Omaha Sun
day evening.
A. J. Davis, residing west of
Murray, has been numbered with
the sick for the past few days.
The furniture, tools and fix
lures of the late John ('00k har
ness shop were sold in Murray
Tuesday nt public miction, under
Hie foreclosure act ion. Allorney
W. A. Robertson was down from
"ial I sinoiil h lo look after the in
terests of his clients.
W. . Hoedeker, cashier of the
Murray bank, bus been doing a
land olliee business these days in
Ihe (ire insurance line, (ilen rep
resents Ihe strongest companies
in the laud, combined with his ex
perience and ability to properly
look alter Ihe business, makes a
prelly strong and safe combina
tion for those wanting insurance,
lie is also in a position to look
after our adjustments and make
prompt settlement of all losses.
On Saturday evening, June 20,
the ladies of Lewislon community
will give an ice cream lawn social
al Ihe home Mr. James Tigner.
Kverybody cordially invited to al
leml, as the proceeds will be used
for (he benelit of the Lewislon
'hurch. The building is in great
need of repair and we feel that
everyone who has a personal in
terest in the church and ceme
tery should come out and help us.
Do something for public benefit
by al lending the social and have
a pleasant evening among your
friends.
Millinery In Murray.
Mrs. Julia Dwyer of Platts
mouth has decided to open a mil
linery store in Murray, and will
be here three days, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday of each
week. The line will be located at
the home of Mrs. Joseph Cook on
lower Main street. All ladies of
Ihe co.iimunily are invited to call
and see her.
Mrs. Lela
Love, a farm
(la., says:
Kidney Pills
all you claim foi
gave me almost
Love, wife of Wiley
r living near Covena,
"I have laken Foley
ami li ml them to be
them. They
instant relief
To Those Interested.
The notes and accounts due
Ihe late llrm of Edmunds & Brown
are left at the Slate Hank of Mur
ray for the convenience of those
who may desire lo settle. This is
done because I will not he in
Murray all the lime, having busi
ness on my farm.
J. W. Edmunds.
when my kidneys were sluggish
and inactive. I can cheerfully
recommend them to all sufferers
from kidney troubles." For sale
by F. (i. Fricke & Co.
Didn't Know Anything New.
F. K. Schlater and wife are re
joicing over the arrival of a fine
baby girl at their home. The lit
tle lady put in her appearance
Tuesday morning. It is a singular
occurrence, yet nevertheless true,
that we met Mr. Schlater at the
station this morning and inquired
if he know of anything new and
he replied that he did not. Hut
on going further up the street we
cttracted the item from his neigh
bor that a new baby girl had come
to the Schlater home.
For Sale.
Two registered Shorthorn bulls.
II. O. Todd, Murray, Neb.
6-10-2t-wkly.
For Sale.
Almost new motor cycle. For
demonstration call or write C. D.
Benedict, Murray, Neb.
Oeorge O. Dovey arrived from
Lincoln yesterday, where he had
spent the year at the university.
XOTICK TO C'KKDITQKS.
STATU OF NEBRASKA,
Chhs County, us.
la County Court.
In the Matter of the Kdtate of William
R. Pull, Dereaned.
Notice In hereby given that the
creditors of valil deceased will meet
the Kxeeiitrlx, Mary K. Dull, of said
extate, before me. County JudKe of
Cbhh County Nebraska, at the Countv
Court room ' In Plattsmouth, . In said
County, on the 9th day of July, 1912,
and on the 10th day of January. 19l;i.
at 9 o'clock a. m., each day. for the
purpose of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allow
ance. Six months are allowed for the
creditors of said deceased to present
their claims, and one year for the
Kxecutrlx to settle said, estate from
the th day of July, 1912.
Witness my hand and seal of said
County Court at Plattsmouth, Ne
braska, this bill day of June. 1912.
(Seal) ALLEN J. HEESON.
County Judge.
6-13-4wks.
Tell Your Automobile Sup
ply Troubles to Us!
We are in a position to assist you in all your
needs, when it comes to the supply department.
We carry a limited number of tires, tubes and , all
accessories, but are in a position to make prompt
delivery on most anything you need for all mer
chandise. Our goods are all in the fully guaran
teed lines.
Tell Us Your Needs and We Will
Sure Do the Rest.
- Kroehler Bros. -
Plattsmouth,
Nebraska