Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1912)
PREPARED IN THE INTERESTS
If any of tlie readers of the Journal kwrw of a social event or an item of interest n
Vewant all items of interest. Editor Jour lai
Murray State B
CHAS. C. PARMELE, President
F.L NUTZMAN, Vice-President
W. G. BOEDEKER, Cashier
Wc Solicit Your Oanking
ftaTOur Deposits are protected by the Depositor's Guaran
tee Fund of the State of Nebraska
Interest Paid on
Mrs. Donley is numbered
airmiiK I ho sick this week.
Miss Adams spent Sunday wild
her parents near IMaltsmoiilh.
William Nickels lias been on
Ihe sick list for the past few days.
1 i tin an & !avis are busy roof,
i ii K the dwelling of I). A. Young
Mrs. Lottie Dean Hall of Colo
rado is visiting relatives in Mur
ray and vicinity.
Miss Elbe Manning is the guest
nf Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. Grace
Mdlingcr this week.
Galon Hliodeit was looking after
some business matters in the
county Mat Tuesday of this week.
The Harvest Home supper at
the Presbyterian church will bo
held October 10, Only supper will
be served, and if you wish a good
one remember the date.
' J. W. Pitman, who was so
seriously injured a few days ago
at his home near Union, is get
ting along nicely at this time
and hopes are entertained for bis
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. James
Tilson, on Thursday of la:il week,
a bouncing baby boy. Mother and
little one are doing nicely and
,!im feels about ten years younger
than a mouth ago.
Miss Sophia Caloupka of
IMaltsmoiilh came down last Sat
urday and has accepted a position
in the Murray Slate bank, enter
ing upon the duties of her new
position this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. llawls oT
I'lattsinouth were in Murray last
Sunday visil ing at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith. They
relumed in the evening, James
Holmes taking llieui up in the
Five books worth while in I he
Murray public library: "haven
er and Old Lace," by Myrtle Reed;
"Katrine,", by Klinor Lane; "The
Shuttle," by Hurnelt; "Harvester,"
by Porter; "Friendship Village,
II. C. Long, who has been
spending a few days with his
daughter in the western part of
the stale, relumed home this
week. He reports Mr. and Mrs.
Shrader getting along nicely in
I he west and everything in I bat
section looking good.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sleiner and
little daughter, of Lincoln, came,
down last Saturday evening to
spend a few days with Mrs. Steal
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Bcrger. Mr. Sleiner went down
to Ness C.ily Ibis week, where bo
will spend a few days with George
James Holmes has sold one of
those extra line lterg cars to Joe
Wiles of near Plat Isinoulh. Mr.
Holmes and Mr. Wiles departed
Monday for Dallas City, Illinois,
w here I be factory is located, and
will drive the car through. They
expect to arrive home Thursday
of this week. The Herg is a
dandy and we venture the as
sertion that Mr. Wiles will be
well pleased witli his selection.
OF THE PEOPLE OF MURRAY
Surplus $5,000 n
Frank ami Paul
Sunday at home.
William Nickels is reported on
Ihe sick list Ibis week.
Lloyd Lewis was calling on
Plallsmoulb friends Sunday even
ing. W. F. Moore was transacting
business in Nebraska City Mon
day. Mrs. Hat tic Allison was a guest
of Mrs. Ed Leach at Union Sun
day. Mrs. John Hendricks was call
ing on Plattsmouth friends Sat
urday. Come out and see who is the
laziest man at Lewiston, October
Oliver Lloyd was attending to
business matters in Plattsmouth
Mrs. Charles Creamer, who has
been seriously ill, is slowly im
proving. Mrs. Alex llhoden spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
II. II. Nickels and daughter,
Miss Mcrlha, were Plattsmouth
Mrs. Frank Moore was trans,
acting business in Omaha Wed.
nesday and Thursday.
Mont Shrader of Nehawka had
Ihe misfortune In loose a fine
team one day last week.
Miss Elizabeth Oliver, who is
leaching near Louisville, spent
Sunday wild home folks.
Albert Lillie and family of
Plattsnioulh were over-Sunday
isitors with Charles Swabs and
Professor Ascb was looking
after some business mailers in
Ihe county seal Tuesday evening
and Wednesday morning.
William Oliver and family
drove o Plattsmouth Saturday
afternoon, where they transacted
business wild Ihe merchants.
Mrs. Arthur Copenbaver enter
tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Hlair Porler and Mr. and
Mrs. Calvin Suavely of Union.
Mrs. W. F. Dull was spending
a lew days in Plat I smooth Ibis
week, reluming home Wednesday
morning, accompanied by Mrs.
Haumeisler, who will visil with
Mrs. Dull for a few days.
Frank Gorton, the local agent
for Ihe famous Ford car, was in
Murray Wednesday of this week,
returning to his homo in Plait
mouth after a business trip lo
Union. He was making the trip
Robert Good and wife journey
ed to Omaha Monday and drove
home a tine new Nyberg auto.
in the car, the famous hill-climbing
Ford. The publisher of the
Journal made the re! urn trip with
There will be a box social given
at Ihe Lewiston church Saturday
evening, urioncr a. r.vervone is
cordially invited to come am
bring boxes. This should appea
lo those interested in the church
AND VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR
this vicinity and will mail same to Ms
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Baker were
in Omaha Sunday.
John Hobschiedt, sr.. and wife
were Omaha visitors Monday.
.Mrs. Frank Rhodeu was an
Omaha shopper Wednesday.,
Henry Sans and family were
vi.-iting friends in Union Sunday.
Mrs. Carroll has been numbered
with Ihe sick for the past few
days. Charles Wolf and wife were
Sunday guests of G. W. Shrader
Lee Nickel attended the play at
the Panned; in 1'lattsmouth Sat
Joseph Campbell was looking
after some business matters in
Ihe county scat last Saturday.
Mrs. William Long and daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Alva Long, were
in Plattsmouth last Saturday.
Henry Sans went to Cheyenne,
Wyo., Wednesday, where ho will
look into some land purchases.
Hans Christiansen was looking
after some business matters in
Nebraska City Wednesday of this
Park Chriswisser, the Flanders
aulo man, was demonstrating the
Flanders car up and back Wed
nesday. The lit tie daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Galen llhoden has been
numbered with the sick for the
past few days.
Dr. H. F. Brendel and Mrs.
Hrendel were over at Avoca last
Sunday visiting at Ihe dome of
their son, Dr. Will.
L. II. Seyboll, father of Colonel
Seyboll, was stricken with paraly
sis this week. He is gelling along
very nicely and every hope is
entertained for his recovery.
Dob Good is another one of our
progressive farmers to invest in
a tine new auto. He bought one
of the Nyberg's, and went to Oma
ha and drove it home Monday of
Mrs. F. M. Young, Jr., of De
Graff, Minnesota, has rented her
farm and is moving I his week to
the town of Murdock, Minnesota,
where she will make her home for
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Hrendel and
T. J. Hrendel and wife attended
Ihe play at the Parinele in Plaits
mouth Saturday evening.
S. M. Copcnhavor and Miss May
St. John went to Plattsmouth
last Saturday evening for a brief
visit with relatives and friends
Miss SI. John came up from Syra
cuse a few days ago and has been
visiting at I ho Copenbaver home.
Mrs. F.lmer Boodeker and babv
relumed homo from their western
visit last Wednesday. They re
port a very pleasant time, but the
weather of Die past few weeks
was growing pretty cold for I hem
mv. noedecKor will return in a
Mrs. Glen Perry entertained
about sixty friends at an after
noon kensinglon last Thursday.
It was a most enjoyable affair for
all the ladies 111 attendance. A
lelicious two-course luncheon
was one of the features of t he
lino of entertainment.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. F.dmund
went down to Wyoming Sundav
to spend the day at the home of
their nephew, Mr. and Mrs
Charles Ferguson. Mr. Ferguson
was thrown from a -horse a few
days ago and unite severely in
jured. Mr. F.dmunds reports him
some bettor upon his return homo
Mr. Charles Swan fell from f
load of hay last Thursday am
was mute severely injured. Ho
fell sex oral foot and struck on
the back of his head and slmuld
ers, causing a concussion of I do
brain and spine. His condition
was quite serious, but hopes are
entertained for his rccoverv. Ilo
was at the homo of his son, Win
Mr. and Mrs. Moifissey went lo
umaiia luesday morning lor n
brief visil. A special' mooting o
Ihe Hoyal Highlanders will bo hoi
on Thursday evening of tdi
week, which win complete .nr. am
Mis. Morrisey's work in Idis (or
rilory for tde present. They have
certainly done some excellent
work here during I heir few week?
slay and have made many friends
who will regret lo see them
leave. They have added about
Uurty-flve now members to th
THE JOURNAL READEBS.
office it mil appear under this heudimj
Too Much Advertising.
In laM week's issue of the
Journal we made mention of
James Hrown being in possession
i Ihe recipe, or proscription.
wild which Genrce Hi
Ness City. Kansas, dad so snc
essfully dandled ami
... i , , V4 IHO
orses from I do recent mysteri
ous disease. Hero wo s:ii.f Mini
Mr. Hrown would willingly, give
the same to any of his neighbors
who might apply. There is where
we got Mr. Hrown into trouble
ither lots of work or employ a
tenugrapher lo answer the many
I'tlers and telephone calls. He
was unable to copy the same for
so many, and ho lias consented to
end us a copy of it to cilhor
publish or keep on tile in this
(lice. Should the disease be
come prevalent in this seel inn
the remedy will be found in this
paper. We shall try to publish
Lewiston Church Fund Report.
The following is a correct
lalement of the actual expenses
and income of tde Ccwisfon
Window glass i,o
Window shades 4,05
Oil for (loor 1 on
arnish for woodwork.... 3.20
Fxpenses of social 1 1 li
Halance of subseriolions
on band 2.20
Tignor social . .
I reasiiry 8
F.I I a M. Nickels,
Social on October 5.
file proceed of (be social I
be given af Lewiston October 5,
will be applied on hiring painters
o finish up work with the ma
terial on hand. Tde community
das been very kind so far in as
sisting in I In? good cause and w e
trust those who dme failed to
contribute will do so now. It
only needs a smaH amount lo
have the church in a condition
that we ran alt fool proud of. Io
your share by coming out Satur
day evening. October 5. Urfnar a
box and your friends.
Tde Thimble Hoe will moot with
Mrs. Oscar Gapeii Tuesday aft-
rnooii. Everybody invited.
Misses Florence Dovey, Fa a
Allison and Margaret Helps wore
visiting friends hero from Thurs-
lay until Sunday of last week.
Mrs. G. II. Gilmorc gave a
bridge parly last Friday after
noon. Those invited wore: Mes-
daines James Holmes, S. O. Pit
man. O. A. Davis, K. S. Tult, L.
D. Iliatt and James Loughridge:
Misses Fa a Allison of Platts
nioulh. Margaret Helps of Long
Beach, Florence Dovey, Paulino
and Fay Oldham and Margie
Some Fine Pictures.
Did you notice those two fine
oil paintings on each side of the
ohby of (do Gem Idealor last
evening? They were painted by
Professor Asch, from near Mur
ray, and are indeed beauties, ad
ding a great deal to the beauty of
the entrance of the Gem, tilling in
Iho two largo panels that have
heretofore boon vacant. Notice
them tonight when you visit the
Gem. Manager Shlaes is over on
the alert for Ihe best attractions,
and also anything that will
beautify his two excellent picture
play houses in Ibis oily. This is
the only secret for him being Ihe
llrsl successful moving picture
man in this cily.
A really effective kidney and
bladder medicine must first stop
the progress of the disease and
then cure Iho conditions that
cause it. Use Foley Kidney Pills
for all kidney and. bladder
troubles and urinary irregulari
ties. They are safe and reliable.
They help quickly and perman
ently. In the yellow package. For
sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
When ordering flour ask your
grocer to send you a sack of
Forest Rose Flour the best flour
in the market.
Defeat Sunnyslde Team.
Cedar Creek's second team de
feated the Sunnvside first team
at the Cedar Crook ball park Sun
day.. Sunnvside came down to
clean Iho Cedar Crook team, but
they diil not have a lookin. Cedar
Creek winning by a score of 7 lo
4. This makes three straight
games for Cedar Creek's second
team against Sunnyside this year.
The batteries were: C. C. Keil
and Meisinger for Cedar Creek,
and Schafer and Volk for Sunny
side. . t 1
Returns From Oklahoma.
Henry Boerk and wife relurned
this morning from their visit with
tdeir nephews and nieces, near
Ponca, Oklahoma. Wdilo there
Uncle Henry and' wife visited Iho
groat natural gas and oil wells
that are located near Ponca and
wore surprised at the price of
gas, it being only 18 cents per
1,000 feet. It is used there for
beating and lighting, and at a
price that makes a visitor long to
bo able to move there.
Cupid Picking Up.
County Judge Beeson again ap
peared in the role of Cupid today,
when ho united in the bonds of
holy wedlock the lives and hearts
of Irvin R. Tubbs, aged 21, and
Miss Pearl Schrooler, aged 18,
both of Burlington, Kansas. The
judge lied tde knot in tde most
approved stylo and tde young peo
ple went their way rejoicing.
Up-to-Date Shining Parlor.
Tlios. Jott, one of tde best shoe
sinners t hat ever struck Platls
nioulli, has rented the center
room of the now building being
erected on the north side of Main
si reel, and will establish an up-to-date
shining parlor, where
both ladies and gents can have
tdeir shoos polished. Torn exports
lo 111 the room up in fine shape,
and expects to keep such a parlor
as no lady need fear lo call when
fdey need their shoes polished.
Those of our subscribers who
Vsire (n pay Ideir subscriptions
in wood are requested lo bring it
in before tde roads get dad, as
w e desire to place it in I do dry.
Come in wild il, boys, right away.
Mrs. J. N. Hill, Homer, Ga., has
I 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
'W! w wr ,r,rMi,i,ii iw
4 (Special Correspondence.) 4"
Born To Mr. and Mrs. James
Tilson, Tuesday, September 19, a
Sam Tilson of Virginia is. visit
ing at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Fanners in I his section are
busy sowing fall wheat.
Mr. and Mrs. Bon Noel gave a
shower in honor of Trop Shrader
Ouito a number of friends spent
Sunday at the home of Mr and
Mrs. Alfred Gausemer.
Miss Johnson, teacher of dis
trict No. 20, received the sad news
Thursday evening thai her broth
er had died at Nebraska City.
The German Woman's club met
at the homo of Mrs. William Puis
Wednesday, September 25.
Quite a number from this
community wont hazelnut picking
Sunday and Ihoy all enjoyed a
STREET CARMIVAL FOR TEN DAYS
A BIQ TIME-ForErerybody-A GOOD TIME
Parados and Performances Daily
nnsnT rnnnrrnHJiffji nnmtr
'The Arab," One of the Greatest
Plays or Season, at Parmele
The New York World of Sep
tember 22,, Hill, das the follow
ing to say regarding Edgar
Selwyn's new play of Ihe Orient,
"The Arab," which will be seen
bore al Iho Parmele theater on
Wednesday, October 2:
The Orientalism of Edgar
Selwyn's children of I lie desert in
his new play, "The Arab," often
may seem to be only skin deep,
but the picturesquenoss of the
guileless son of a Bedouin sheik
and the unusual atmosphere
which he das boon successful in
creating for tde scenes, in which
he is always the central figure,
give the drama an attractiveness
which argues well for its popular
The play held the attention of
its second audience closely at the
Lyceum last evening, which is a
much bettor lost of its merits
than the insincere applause of a
first night crowd, yet ' it was
noticeable that, the character of
Jamil Abdullah Azam, rather
than the beautiful story, was up
permost in the general regard.
This deflection of interest is un
derstanable. Jamil, as a charac
ter, oven with his strangely con
tradictory code, is'murh more ap
pealing to the sympathies than a
sett lemon of missionaries who
have remained blind to a self
As for Jamil, be is the son of
a powerful cbieftan in Iho hills,
who has deserted his tribe and
become a dragoman. "The be.st
dragoman in the whole world," ho
calls himself. Ho has boon a
Christian half a dozen times, but
has always fallen by Iho wayside
because the presents promised by
the Christians wore not good
enough, and in his Oriental guile
he is always willing to admil Iho
facts. But he is fond of the mis
sionary's daughter, and for her he
is willing to swear off lying and
begin his redemption all over
again, and as subsequent events
prove, he is willing lo do even
more. Jamil knows of the plot to
allow the Bedouins to sweep down
on the village, butchering the
Armenians and Christians, but
sounds a warning in time to pre
vent it. after being shot by the
U. A. Smith, Bridgeton, Ind.,
was so crippled with rheumatism
he could not dress without help.
He started using Foley Kidney
Pills, and says: "I began to get
better at once, and now all my
trouble has left me and I do not
feel that I ever had rheumatism
I rest well at night and though 51)
years old, can now do the work ol
a man of 35 years. I would like
to be the means of others gettit't;
benefit from '"oley Kidney Pills."
Refuse substitutes. For sale by
F. O. Ft iekc & Co.
"The Rose of Panama."
"The Hose of Panama," a
Viennese operetta, Ihe score of
which is by one of the most suc
cessful of European composers,
Ileinrich Herto, with book and
lyrics by Ignatz Schneitzor and
Enierich von Gatti, comes to
Boyd's theater, Omaha, for four
nights, commencing on Sunday,
September 21), with Chapino, a
petite French prima donna, and
many others of the cast which
presented Iho opera at Daly's
i heater, Now York. John Cort is
said to have given the opera a
very elaborate production.
Bill rrnf mBli In on
01 mor ol lb dim Dinciot
Artomobll floral Parad.
Tuesday afternoon. Qos. Ut
Wednesday nluht. Oot. tnd.
Thursday af lernuon, Ook Ird.
Friday night. Oct. (th.
CHEYENNE FRONTIER DAY
Will bo brought bore ao ereryone can
ee the greatest Wild West
Show In the world. Mucking
Ilrrtnohos Rough Riders In
dians. Come and aee the
real Cheyenne Show. Kvrrr
afternoon from seib is to Oot. ft, lnolualra.
In addition to all thlt there will be the
21 ta Oat. S.Itll
Powered by Open ONI