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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1912)
I'REPARKf) IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE OF MURKAY AND VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR THE JOURNAL READEBS.
I any f the readers of (he Journal hwe of a social event or an item of interest in this vicinity and will mail same to this office it will appear under this head in,j
Y( iruut all item of interest. Editor Jour wl.
Capital $10,000 Surplus S5,000
CHAS. C. PARMELE, President
F. L NUTZM AN, Vice-President
W. G. BOEDEKER, Cashier
Wc Solicit Your Banking
loTOur Deposits are protected by the Depositor's Guaran
tee Fund of the State of Nebraska.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
K. (!. Lewis ami wife wen
fair visitors Wednesday.
A. Niekels made u business'
trip In l'lallsmmil b Monday after
Ask Guy Stokes who bad to
turn hark in the rain Saturday
Jack Glial fant and wife were
hlale fair visitors Wednesday and
Thomas TMson and wife were
Ifiiesls of Arthur Gupenhaver and
Quite a number from Ibis
cnininuiiity attended the stale
fair this week.
Mrs. Herman Gansenier left
Thursday for a week's visit with
relatives at Hallam.
Frank llhoden and wife were
calling on Union merchants Sat
Will (iilmore and Hurley Massie
made a business trip to Thurston
county last week.
Mrs. Ida Campbell ami son,
l'hilip, were guests of K. II.
Queen and wife Sunday.
Dr. J. S. Livingston of Platls
mouth was in our midst last Sal
unlay on n professional call.
W. J. l'hilpot and family are
taking an automobile outing in
the noi l hern part of the slate.
Mr. and Mrs. F.af. Oaks of
Fairbury are spending this week
at the Imme of Miss Hnslerlmll..
Klizahelh and Will Oliver at
tended lb'' band eoucerl at
l'laltsmowlb Thursday evening.
Mrs. L. II. I'uls, Mrs. W. II.
Puis and Mrs. Alfred Gansemer
made a trip to Mauley Saturday.
William Puis. F.af. Oaks and
Will Patterson made a business
trip to the eoiinly seal Saturday.
John Kolisrhiedl and wife wen1
visit inn friends and looking after
Imsiness in Plattsmoutli Saturday.
II. ('.. Bailey is the owner of a
new Flander ear, which he pur
chased of P. A. C.hriswisser Sat
Mr. ami Mrs. William Puis, and
Louie and Laura made a business
trip to Lincoln Thursday in
Herman (lansemer made a trip
to Cedar county last week and
while there rented a farm for (he
" Quite a number from this com
inunily spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen
John llohschiedt, sr., is on I he
market for a brand new auto. Wc
hope. Mr. llohschiedt will secure
a line new machine soon.
Mr. and Mrs. uiaries lierren
left Friday evening for Sterling to
spend a few days at the home o
Mr. and Mrs. ill Henncr.
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles C.onlry
nian and two children spent Sun
day at the home of Mrs. Conlry
inan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Fleming
and family of Coleridge are visit.
ing Relatives in Ibis community.
They inadi) the, trip overland with
J. I. Tigner
business in Piatt
Vance Pitman and
mi ml h Sal urday.
Mrs. Henry Sair was a Union
Klbert Queen was a Plalls-
nioul h visitor Friday.
ill Carey ami wife look dinner
Sunday with John Hendricks am
Mrs. (ieorge Wiley was trans
acting business in Plattsmoutli
Mrs. K, (i. Lewis was called to
Omaha on business Sunday
Miss Winnie Hulcheson was
visiting friends in lMatlsmouth
Mrs. (Ieorge Shrader entertain
ed the K. N. K. of Kenostia Thurs
Mrs. Charles Creamer was at
tending lo business in Platts
Frank Oohelman has finished
giiug the Kenosha school house
a new dress of paint.
Miss Vera Yardly is spending a
few days with her aunt, Mrs
Charles Wolfe, near Union.
Miss F.tla Nickels, accompanied
by Pearl Ougay, was looking after
business in Plattsmoutli Saturday,
Mrs. Albert Wheeler and Miss
Lillian Wheeler were Platts
moulh visitors Saturday after
Miss Mary Moore left. Saturday
for Cedar Creek, where she will
begin school work lor another
Mrs. Frank Campbell and
daughter, F.li.abelh, were looking
after business in Plallsmoulb
Mrs. J. A. Walker wenl to
Omaha Monday, where Hie will
pend the week with her cousin,
kins attended the state fair Tues-
Mrs. May liryan is viiling her
cousin, mvs. John l'orter, tins
Mrs. John Karris and Mrs. S.
Copen haver were Omaha visitors
Mrs. Alwin and her sister, Miss
Anna Keunnen, of Omaha, spent
Sunday with the family of James
The construction work on the
new store building or lliatt it
Tutt is progressing rapidly. The
cellar is completed and the lower
floor has been laid.
Miss Mary Jamison of Weeping
Water came down Thursday even
ing to sing at the musical given
by the Library association and to
visit her sister, Mrs. J. F. Bren
(lel. Mrs. Mary Allison and her
daughter, Miss Eva, are the guests
of Mrs. W. S. Smith this week.
Miss Kva came Tuesday from
Oklahoma to spend some lime
with her mot her.
The 7-year-old sou of Mrs. J.
II. Itiee had (be misfortune of
fracturing his right arm while al
si'hool Monday, The arm was set
ami the boy is resting very com
II. (!. Todd had the misfortune
to have the index finger of his
right hand badly injured Tuesday
while excavating for his new
building. The nail and some of
I lie soft tissue was torn away.
The company machine for this
vicinity has llnished the season's
work and is slieded at Mr. Cream
er's. Tin- members of the com
pany are highly pleased with I he
good work of the machine, am
also pleased to get through with
Joseph Cook returned hoint
from his flying trip to OegratT,
Minnesota, Wednesday uiornin
leaving home Saturday evening
being absent only three days, Al
though brief, he had a very pleas
ant visit vvith Mrs. Cook's mother
Mrs. F. M. Young and family. Mr
Cook's son, Frances, who lias
been visiting with his grand
mother for the past few weeks, re
turned with him. Mr. Cook re
ports everything looking line in
that locality. Mrs. Young and
family are in good health and as
happy and contented as could lie
expected in hearing up with the
Entertains Sunday School Class.
Last Wednesday afternoon Miss
Maude Rusterholtz delightfully
entertained the members of her
Sunday school class at her home,
(lames and music made the after
noon pass by all too ouickly. Two
ontesls were held, in which Miss
Julia Todd and Miss Agnes Lloyd
won first prizes and Miss Myrtle
Hice and Miss Vera Vronian re
ceiving the booby prizes. Music
was furnished by the Misses
Ksther and Agnes Lloyd and
(leorgia Massie. Mrs. Lei a Til-
sou iurnisneu several vocal se
ed ions. Last, but not least, was
the watermelon feast and having
the picture of the class taken.
Miss Ilusterhollz was assisted in
serving by Mrs. Lela Tilson. Miss
Maude soon leaves for Louisville,
where she will be engaged in
teaching the present year. At a
ale hour the guests
wishing Miss Husterholtz
success in her school work.
Those present were: Misses Ad-
lie and Klhel Dill, Ksther and
Agnes Lloyd, Myrtle Hice, Vivian
and Allele Fit .pat rick, (leorgia
Massie, 11 nth Beverasre, Julia
Todd, Vera Vronian and Ksther
The Old Maids Convention.
The members of the Old Maid
Convention were pleasantly enter
tained, at the home of Mrs. Mira
McDonald last Wednesday. Kach
member came with well. filled
lunch basket and one of those
grand picnic dinners the editor
reads about but never gels lo at
tend, was had. The day was spent
in social conversation and visit
ing, as well as rehearsing the
grand success of Hie "Old Maid
Convention," which was given at
Murray somrt lime ago, and much
success is due Mrs. McDonald for
(he success of the play. As
president of the Ladies' Aid so
ciety of Murray, Mrs. McDonald
was the organizer of the play, and
throughher efforts, with the help
of others, it was counted one, of
the "times in Murray." Those
present Wednesday were: Mes
dames Charles Carrol, Henry
Long, Herger, F. Ramge, A.
Ramge, F. M. Young, Miss Isabelle
Young, Mrs. B. F. Brendcl, Miss
KM a Nickefs, Mrs. Joe Cook, Mrs.
nan Minium, miss ugia miuhwii,
Mrs. France Mellinger, Mrs. Will
Sprorer, Mrs. John Wiles.
Sproer, Mrs. John Wiles.
Musical Largely Attended.
The musical uiven at the home
of II. L. Oldham Thursday even
ing by Hie Library association for
the public library, which will open
Thursday, September 12, was very
largely attended and 2 0 was ad-
Jed to Hie fund. The musical was
of an outdoor nature, the niano
being on the porch and the guests
were sealed in the yard. After
the entertainment sherbert and
cake were served in the house
from small tables. The talent on
the program was above ttie aver
age. The program opened with
a piano selection by Margaret
Spangler and a song by Everett
Spangler. These little children
are great favorites with the pub
lic and all enjoy bearing them.
Eva Lallue and Lura Lloyd came
next. These girls are pupils of
Fay Oldham and this was their
first public appearance, and many
compliments were paid them as
to their touch, expression and
time used in their playing. This
has always been the marked suc
cess of Miss Oldham's teaching.
The rest of the program was given
by older talent. Ralph Kennedy
always receives a hearty encore.
Miss Puis is a teacher of music
and her playing delighted her
hearers. Miss Ogla Min ford's
work was much appreciated. Miss
Minford will finish at the musical
department of the Weeping Water
academy this year. Miss Elsie
Gapen is a pupil of Miss Kittie
Cummins of lMatlsmouth and was
qualified to enter the recent con
test, held at lMatlsmouth for a
musical scholarship at the Ne
braska university. Miss Jamison
of Weeping Water and Miss Liv
ingston of lMatlsmouth favored
the auience with vocal selections.
Both have beautiful voices and
were heartily encored. Miss Dor
othy Brill of lMatlsmouth was
Miss Livingston's accompanist,
arid by request gave a musical
selection. Miss Ogla Minford was
I he pianist for Miss Jamison. Miss
Mariota Perry read in her pleas
ing way "A Voice From a Far
Country." Miss Perry is a gradu
al e of the Weselyan and is a
very finished reader. The audi
ence feff the refining nature of
the evening's- entertainment and
greatly appreciated it.
Picnic at King Hill.
Miss Clara Y'oung save a pic
nic at King Hill Sunday in honor
of Miss Helen Bock and her broth
er, Hugh Block, and Glen Fowler
of Berlin. These young people
were school friends of Miss Young
at Weeping Water. Auto trouble
caused them to he a little late, but
there was plenty of chicken and
watermelon awaiting them. Tak
ing kodak views of the bunch on
King Hill was the amusement of
I lie afternoon. Those enjoying
this outing were: Mr. and Mrs.
D. A. Young, Misses Helen Bock,.
Winnie Hulcheson," Pauline Old
ham, Lena and Clara Young,, Mes
srs. Hugh Bock, (Hen Fqwler,
Earnest Hutcheson, Albert, and
S. O. Pitman was
mouth visitor Mondav.
Mrs. J. N. Hill, Homer, (ia., has
used Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound for years, and says she al
ways recommends it to her
friends. "It never fails to cure
our coughs and colds and pre
vents croup. We have five chil
dren and always give them Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound for a
cold, and they are all soon well.
We would not be without it in our
house." For sale by F. G. Fricke
Mrs. Kittie Tucker of Fort Mor
gan, Colorado, who has been mak
ing a visit with her mother at
the home of her uncle, Lig Brown,
south of this city, came in yes
terday from the country and visit
ed over night vvith her cousin,
Mrs. John Corey and family, She
departed this morning for her
home at Fort Morgan.
Mrs. Hhoden, mother of George
llhoden, departed this morning
for a trip to northern Iowa, where,
she will make a visit with relatives.
diert Good i creeling a new
milding Ihi week that looks very
much like a garaue. How about
Glen Campbell was a lMatls
mouth visitor Saturday, where he
had his hand dressed. Glen is
fcell in v along nicely now.
Charles Mclleynolds was look
ing alter some business mailers
in the counly seal Monday even
iug, going up on the train.
Miss Leora Brown was taken lo
Omaha Tuesday by her parents,
where she was placed in the Im-
manuel hospital for treatment for
A. F. Nickels and wife and Miss
Bertha Nickels went to Lincoln
Wednesday morning, where they
will view the slate fair for a
couple of days.
11. C. Bailey, the Eight Mile
Grove blacksmith, and brother, O.
V. Bailey, from near Nehawka,
were in the city Wednesday look
ing after some business matters.
Mrs, Georgia Creamer, Mrs.
Wall Sans and Mrs. Mark While
will entertain the Murray Chris
tian Aid at the home of Mrs
Creamer on Wednesday, Septem
ber 11, from 2 lo 5 o'clock. Mem
bers of the K. N. K. and Dorcas
society are cordially invited lo
Entertain for Guests.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Minford
entertained a number of friends
Friday evening lo meet Mrs. Al
bert Mulz of Auburn, Misses
Mamie and Lulu Mutz of Peru
and John Mutz of Missouri. Miss
Mamie Mutz is al the head of
Hie nrl department al Peru and
er younger sister, Miss Lula. is
illeiiding school there. John
Mulz is an old Cass county boy,
oii of Walter Mulz, who is well
known lo the older settlers. The
evening was delightful for Ibis
iwn parly. A great many dilYer-
ent games were played, and wa
termelon, fruit punch, olives and
wafers were served. Those who
enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Minford's
hosnilalilv were: Messrs and
Mesdames W, A. Smith, Charles
Spangler and children, MissVs
Lena and Clara Young, Margie
Walker, Pauline Oldham, Villa
Gapen, llulh Thomason, flulh
Beverage, F.dilh Lallue, Lida
Todd, llulh Hamilton, Messrs. Al
bert and Ilex Young, Vance and
Dwyer Todd, Walter and John
Jenkins, Vance Pilman, Charles
and llalph Kennedy, Alfred Bever
age, Guy Stokes, Walter Hamilton.
Mesdames Dull, Edmunds, Kar
ris and Friedrich entertained (he
Thimble Bee at Hie home of Mrs.
Dull on Friday afternoon. A large
number were present. Ice cream,
ice tea and an abundance of cake
were served. The ladies present
spent a very pleasant afternoon.
The guests of the society, were:
Mrs. William Sporer, Mrs. L. D.
Ilialt. Mrs. Huzza Baker of Adair,
Iowa, and Mrs. Lloyd Gapen.
Library Opens Thursday.
The public library' will be open
Thursday afternoon. Miss Char
iot t a Templetiinv secretary of the
Public Library Commission, and
Miss Olive Jones-, librarian of the
Plallsmouth puMwr library, will
he here and wiTli maft addresses
on library worfc. Each member
of the association! arui all people
interested in thw sweess- of the
Murray library are retrrrcsled to
come to the library building on
Thursday afternowu at 2 o'clock
and meet and hear Mis- Temple
ton and Miss Jones-. Anyone
wishing to donate a boot at this
time will find it great appree iatd
and it w ill be placed to t heir credit
on the accession bonk. Also maga
zines. Remember the- date
Thursday, September 12, al 2
o'clock p. m.
T. L. Parks, Murrayville, Ga.,
Route 1, is in his 73rd year, and
was recently cured of a bad kid
ney and bladder trouble. He says
himself: "I have suffered with
my kidneys. My back ached and
I was annoyed with bladder ir
regularities. I can truthfully 9ay,
one 50c bottle of Foley Kidney
Pills cured me entirely."' They
contain no habit-forming drags.
For sale by F. G. Fiicke & Co.
SLOKS FOR SALE on the old
McVay farm. Plums 75c to 50e
on the tree. Tom Tilson.. Phone
Horses for Sale.
Have a ond of horses at my
place, which f will sell at reason
able prices. Perry Marsh.
200 bushels of good seed rye.
G. M. Minford.
SALE A new King Press
drill. Inquire of E. R.
In County Courts
STATE OF NEBRASKA,
County of Cass, ss.
In the Matter of the- Estate of
Charles G. Backemeyer,. De
To All Persons Interested':
You are hereby notified: that
tliere has been filed in this- court
the report of the executor,, to
gether with his petition foe final
settlement of above estate-, pray
ing therein that his accounts- a
filed be approved and allowed and
that he be discharged as said ex
ecutor and that distribution of the
residue of said estate be made- to
those entitled thereto.
That a hearing will be had upon
said report and petition before
this court at the Court House in
the City of Plattsmoutli, in said
County, on the 12th day of Sep
tember, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. m.
All objections, if any, must be
filed on or before said day and
hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal
of the County Court of said Coun
ty this 10th day of August, 1912.
(Seal' ALLEN J. BEESOX.
The managers here have ar
ranged for a live-number Lyceum
Course, lo be given Ihrougbhut
Hie fall and winter months. The
course will be as follows:
1. The Giddings' Family Or
2. Newton Wesley Gains.
3. Estella Gray Company,
t. S. Pralt Jones.
The flflh number will be given
iv local talent and will be under
I he direction of Pauline Oldham.
Royal Highlanders Meet.
There will be a special meeting
of the Royal Highlanders in Mur
ray on Saturday evening, Septem
ber 7, at 8 o'clock. A class of
Iweutv will be initiated, the work
being exemplified by Mr. and Mrs
M. M. Morrissey, assisted by the
officers. By order of the illus-
for Misses and Children!
Our Large Fall Line Just Arrived
Wilkinson & Hall
- AUCTION EERS-
Queen Quality Oxfords,
the $3.00 quality, your
choice at $1.25. 4
E. Q. DOVEY A SON.
M"H-I H-H-l- W-l-W "H-H
The holding of successful sales is
our line. Our interest3 are with the
seller when it comes to getting every
dollar vour property is worth. For
open dates address or call either of
us at our expense by phone. Dates
can be made at the Journal ottice.
You can always buy goods cheaper at this store
than anywhere else.
COME IN AND BE CONVINCED!
-WILKINSON & HALL
Father's Department Store
V. ZUCKER, Manager
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