The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, November 07, 1912, Image 6
Murray Department SSllBS I'REl'ARiU) IN TUB INTKRE.VTS OK THE PEOPLE OF MURRAY AND VICINITY ESPECIALLY FOR THE JOURNAL READERS. If any of Uu mult is of tin. Journal know of a bixi-d twit or an Hon of interest n this vicinity and will mail same to this office it tall uppear under tliis Lending Vtir.ant all item of inttrtsl. Editor Jmir ial. On -,y - n Murray State Bank y CZD MURRAY, NEBRASKA CH3 nAn;iAi oin nnn l'CiJHGl oiufuuu CI IAS. C. PARMELE, President F. L NUTZMAN, Vice-President W. G. BOEDEKER, Cashier Wc Solicit Your Banking Business 43T0ur Deposits are protected by the Depositor's Guaran tee Fund of the State of Nebraska. t '.".' -iN 'f ,v w i vv - i Interest Paid on Time Deposits. D C 3 C 0 Cuine to the chicken pie woe ial Saturday evening al I he Christian ehiircli. Hat supper with I lie Sunshine hand Saturday evening, Novem ber !Mh. you like chicken pie? Yes. Then come to I he church Saturday evening. Mrs. Baumeisler of near Plaits. mouth has I n spending Hie week here. Charles Philpot, from near Weeping Water, spent, Wednesday with friends in Murray. Alter a day's corn . husking what would he heller llian u piece of chicken pie? The girls will serve chicken pie and many other good things al the Christian church Saturday evening. The Presbxleriau Missionary society will meet with Mrs. Charles Spannler Friday al '2:'M o'clock. .lack Chall'anl met with the mis. foil une last Wednesday to get his. linger hadly mashed while pulling stumps. ('eorge Merger, an old-lime hoy of West Rock IMiills, came up from Kansas last Saturday to vote and visit a short lime with home folks. I he Miuslnne hand will give a chicken pie social at the Chris, tiau church Saturday evening, November '.Mh. Supper will be served a I. p. in. I nomas Ninth, who was .so seriously injured a short linn ago hy a threshing machine en. gine, was a Murray visilor Tues day. lie is gelling along nicely. W. S. Sinilh came in from Kan sas Tuesday, where he has been traveling in the interests of a match company. He came home to visit anil nisi bis vole for the right man. Mrs. T. .1. Hrendel, Mrs. H. F llrrndel and Mrs. J. F. Hrendel will entertain the Ladies' Aid so ciety at. the home of the latter on Wednesday, November Every body iu iled. Charles Tinner and wife of Ore gon came in Monday for a visit with relatives. It has been several years since they moved to the Pacific coast, and we are glad to see lliein in our midst once more. Myron Read, who received an injury to his left, thumb about one week auo, has had ipiile a serious time for the past few days. The injury has developed a condition verging on blood poisoning, and it looks as though he might be com pelled i loose his thumb to pre vent such seriousness. P. H. Smith, from near Wausa, was visiting friends and relatives at the tdd home a few days ago. Veto says be has a good crop this year and everything points to bis prosperity in the new homo. He is well pleased, but of course en joys a visit a I. the old home near Murray once in a while. His father being quite sick and bis brother getting injured was the occasion for his visit at this time. was in Omaha Wed. CHARLES II. BUSCII Float Representative-Elect I.. I). Hi: nesday. Rev. Austin of Plallsnioutli was calling on Messrs. llialt and Tult Tuesday. j Charles Carroll departed Tues day morning for northern No. braska. Miss Ivan While has been con fined to her homo this week from sickness. John McDonald wcnl to Omaha on the early train Wednesday morning. Dr. and Mrs. (lilmore auloed to Plallsnioutli Monday, where they listened to lion. W. J. Hryau. Mrs. Charles King and daughter of Waukeegan. Illinois, spent last, week with Dr. (iilinore and family. Miss Elizabeth Oliver returned o her school work Tuesday, after spending a few days with homo folks. Mr. ami Mrs. A. O. Rainge and babe spent Sunday at the home of their uncle, William Oliver and family. Marry iiunion and his sisier, from Mynard. attended the Pratt .Jones' entertainment Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rmage, jr., ami three children spent Sunday Willi Mr. ami .Mrs. Charles Countryman. Mrs. Stover came Friday, and as soon as the new residence o Mrs. Dull is finished I hey will go to housekeeping. S, Prat I Jones of Syracuse, N Y., gave a splendid entertainment Monday evening. His impersona tions were perfect and his per sonality very pleasing. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ramgo entertained a few friends at their home Monday evening. Those present were: Elizabeth and Will Oliver, Clara and Rex Young and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oliver. Dr. (iilinore anil wife, Mrs. Charles King of Waukegan, Il linois, Mrs. Harry Long and Miss Margie (Junior autoed out to Smith Hend last Wednesday and spent the evening at the Long homo, returning home in the evening. The Study club was organized Tuesday afternoon, with a nice membership. Mrs. (Japeu was se lected as president, Fay Oldham as vice president, Mrs. S. O. Pit man, secretary and treasurer. The subject for the next meeting is, "Spaniards in America." "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oliver of Salida, Colorado, who have been visiting at the homo of Mr. Oliver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Oliver, for the past two months, left Wednesday for Ap pleton, Wisconsin, where they ex peel, to spend the most of the winter. Halloween Frolics. At Hie linn and I,' la lleebner home a number of friends gather ed halloween to enjoy the frolics that had been prepared fur them. The evening was spent in molding a picture of a witch out of gum. Earl Cox won the prize fo'r the best witch. The rest of the even ing was spent in fortune telling, following a siring (all over the farm). At the proper hour a dainty two-course luncheon waa served. Those present were: Misses Helen Hunter, Edna Stoll, Florence Knabe, Clarissa Martin, frina Stoll, Camel Martin, lino lleebner, Ula lleebner, Messrs. Earl Cox, Will Jorgensen, Arthur Opp, Edwin Knaube, Adolpti Ross, Mr. and Mrs. lleebner and Gran ville lleebner. One Who Was There. Live Wire Wanted. sWA.MHD A good, live man, capable of earning !?ir(( to per mouth, to represent an old 'stahlisbed Accident and Health nsnrame Company for work in lome territory, as Disl riet Mgr. Must he well aciiuainted in 'oiinfy in which you live. Must ie equipped. Wit ll ailloinolule or horse and buggy. Reference with tlrst letter. Whole time reiiuired A good opportunity for the right, man. Address Confident ial, Care Pioneer Ins. Co., HI I O SI.. Lin coln, Neb. 1 ' ' X ' ...... f ' JULIUS PITZ Our New County Commissioner Miss Helen Spies Gets Quilt Saturday evening the Royal Neighbors of America of Murray conducted a raffle of a very hand some quilt and yesterday after noon Miss Helen Spies of this city was greatly surprised to receive the quilt from the Murray ladies, she having held the lucky num ber No. I!. Miss Spies was de lighted to 'receive the quilt, as it is a very handsome one and has required a great amount of work to make it. The raffle netted the ladies a neat sum of money. 4 1912 Plattsmouth. N'pti Wnif lioai'll filet HUrsiltlllt til n ,! ir..,'f,,,7., . Present: M. L. Kl'ieilllih i' I! I..-' dan ami C. K. Heebner. Countv 'Com missioners: I). C. Morgan. Countv riik .Minutes of previous session reu.i u.i.i approved, when the following business as irausantii in regular form: A reuuest from Pmintv i,wi,.n aii.. ' J. Heeson. request fnir that inasmuch ns there Is a ease nendlnir before him an action to probate on an Instrument pur- . it. n in- me taxi win anu testa ment of Mary Younif, deceased. Tills proposed will was drawn bv myself prior to mv election and 1 aril therefore disqualified from acting in said matter. 1 therefore remiest tl,o Hoard of County Commissioners to ap point some person to act In mv ..!,.. as County Judwe insofar as this' will Is concerned. in compliance with the above tho ( ounty ( 'onuuissioncrs appointed Cul vin II. Taylor as County Judge to sit on tlie hearlriK of above matter. The fill lowing claims were allowed on the (ieneral fund: C. H. Spohn. road work. Road Histrict No. 13 . 149.01) Hen lieckman, road work. Koad- listrlc-t No. lu 267.20 J. M. Hoover, road work, Koad lijstrlc-t No. 3 488.00 J.. J. Km bury, road work, Koad Mstriot No. 9 5 00 C. H. Nold Lumber Co., lum ber. Koad lusliiit No. 10 .... 19.it; J. A. llennings, road work. Road District No. 1 156.50 Russell Grader Mfg. Co., drag, Koad District No. 3 14.50 Nebraska & Iowa Steel Tank Co., culvert, Koad District No. 23.72 22.92 3.91 I 22.B3 lii. UD 77.12 o . t 5 6.73 i No More Valuable !- CHRISTMAS PRESENT j Than a Life Size Portrait of ! One You Love. Address J. ASCH, Murray, Nob. Some Corn Looks Good. Philip Keil and Alf Nickels, two of the rustling fanners from east nf Murray, left a few sample ears of corn at I lie Journal olllee a few days ago. These few ears look mighty good, and if they are samples of entire fields, there will sure he some corn here this fall. (If course wo know it is not all like this, hut it is a good sample from the Ileitis of both these gen I lemon. Has New Horse. f.laus Mootol, the drayman, is boasting of a fine new untamed slepd which ho has just secured from Ailain Kurtz and which he will use on his dray wagon in tho future. The horse that Glaus for merly used was not fast enough for the business, but with the new one lie ought to lie able to make some speed records. Tho Mirror of Health. Tlu face can he nronounecd as tin- mirror of health. Seeing a man of a (dear, white complexion, with a liglil pink hue, of bright eyes, red lips and sound teeth, you will say, without hesitating, that he is healthy. If his complexion is yellowish, the face full of eruption, the eyes dull, the lips pale, the teeth bad, you will at once say that be is not well. His trouble is usually to be found in the digestive organs, and we should recommend him to use Triner's American Klixir of IJittor Wine, as the best remedy. When ever it is necessary to bring the stomach, the liver or the intest ines to a better performance of their duty, and to increase the strength of the nerves, Triner's 111eriean Klixir of Hitter Wine will do it. In poor appetite and in sluggishness of the bowels, in disorders of Hie digestion, this remedy will give you satisfaction. At drug stores. Jos. Triner, 1333- 31) So. Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111 A. (i. dole and Fred Weidman came in last evening in an auto from Plainview to visit relatives for a few days. Mrs. Hole has been hero for several weeks visit ing her parents, Judge and Mrs. II. I). Travis, and Mr. Cole camo down to visit for a short time at tho Travis homo. If you have anything to sell an ad In the Journal will sell It. Wo are in receipt of a com munication from C. W. Pit t man of Mod ford, Oklahoma, in which ho encloses $1.50 subscription money and says that all are well and everylhing looks fine. He also states that the fall wheat al most covers the ground, and that ho has his mules and cows on feeding it down and that ho is very well satisfied. The Journal Want Ads for re suits. WALTER GREEN BIQ BARGAINS IN USED MOTORCYCLES We have 3 used motorcycles, In good running order, for sale cheap If sold at once. H. Stelnhauer & Son, Plattsmouth, Neb. HORSESHOEING General Blachsmilhing and Wagon Work Horseshoeing is Our Specialty All Work Guaranteed Murray, Nebraska . ; ve.v v. V : i ' t . .- '.'I'wv.v X..... .7. ,r: ' ; .- . v' t ' V V: ' Ji JOHN A. MAGUIRE Re-Elected to Congress by an in creased majority. ' i"'. pustase nrnl stamps..? I'niuni, Huiurv and ex- W-n" 34.50 . U. .loidaii, y;ilnrv j;, i;) 'I'lif I'nidii J.iilKi-r, priii li ii;- de- i i n ) ' i) t tux list n::.;!o In y IJio.s., luiiilici tu court li'Misp j,) 25 I.liicciln Teli'plmni' unci Telegraph '"., rent i;nd tull.s 9 3 ('. II. Taylor, salary nrul expense 1 1 1 . 0 It Mary I-:. Foster salary and ex- l-imt .' 155.33 Neliraska l.inhtlnt,- Co., Kas to eotirt houv. Jail anil street lamp Kreil ratterson. olllee work!!"! C V. IJaylor & Co., coal to eounty anil paupers John Hauer ti Co., repair work to county l'lattsniouth Water Co., water to court house I). C. Mortran. exoense ilelivei-ln'ir election supplies 20.00 K Manspeaker, salary deputy Phc-rift 43.00 Mans Sievers, salary anil laundry 79.00 I. c:. Morgan, salary and expense 221.52 Joseph 11. Smith, helping County Surveyor, road No. 307 1.00 J. 1. Ilolcotnl) MfK. Co., brushes.. 2.55 (.. W. Klioden helping County Surveyor, road No. 307 '. 2 00 Krnest Smith, helping Countv Surveyor, road No. 307 . 11.00 v ren I'atterson, surveying, road N. 307 44.25 Tom Troop, helping County Surveyor, road No. 307 2.00 J. W. Black, helping County Sur veyor, road No. 307 10.00 Wm. Molly, mdse. to county.... 11.20 C. 1). Qulnton, posting election proclamation 23.10 C. I). Quinton, hoarding county prisoners, salary and Jailer fees 236.80 O. D. Qulnton boarding city prisoners anil committments.'. 2.70 Chas. Wamsat, wood to court house 4.50 H. 1. Clements, report of births and deaths 4. 00 A. K. Stander, Teport of births and deaths 3.25 S. Muir, report of births and deaths 2.23 Wm. M. I.yman, report of births and deaths G.20 W. K. Hand, report of births and deaths 2.50 (!. I). Maseman, report of births and deaths 1.30 Mrs. 1. I. Jones, report of births and deaths 2.25 I. eo. iji'itter, Jr., report or births I and deaths 5.00 M. M. Soennichsen, report of births and deaths 1.05 II. K. Kropp, report of births and deaths .30 A. Kurtz, report of births and deaths .20 S. l' (ilrardet milse. to Mo. C.lnnis 15.00 John Hit", fence posts to farm.. 1.00 Ambler Hios., mdse. to Mrs. Wlnchel 2.75 M. M. Young, helping County Surveyor 011 road No. :!07 12.00 J. II. Tarns, salary 75.00 M. M. Soennichsen, mdse 51.00 S. II. Shumaker, repairing pump at farm , 1.50 l)r. K. I). Cummins, insane Vernle Klser 8.00 .1. M. Leyda, insane Vernle Klser 3.00 James Kobertson, Insane Vernle Kelser 5.50 C. I). Qulnton, insane, Vernle Klser 34.27 Weeping Water Republican, printing notice to vote bonds for Jail 22.50 A. ,F. Heeson expense and atlas.. 12.50 I'lattsmouth' Journal, printing ballots, election proclamation, etc 229.98 Warga & Cecil, repair work at Jail 7.35 The following claims were allowed on the road funds: John Sutton, road work, Road District No. 6 ( 5.40 Art Clvmer, road work. Road District No. 16 24.00 Will llofman, road work. Road District No. Hi 20.00 Fred Dlekman, roud work Road District No. 6 .' 16.00 Roht. Hamilton, road work, Road District No. 16 7.40 Jesse Stone, road work, Road District No. 6 13.20 Henry Miller, road work. Road District No. 6. 12.80 Chas. Ayres, road work. Road District No. 6 22.00 Henry Renka. road work. Road District No. 6 21.20 l li. Standlev, road work Road District No. 16 .' 31.60 W. M. Althouse, road work, Road District No. 6 23.40 Sam Johnson, road work. Road District No. 6 14.00 V. W. Wllken, road work, Road District No. 6 58.00 M. H. Tyson, road work Road District No. 15 ". 46.80 Union Lumber Co., lumber, Road District No. 15 2SS.72 Walter Myers, road work. Road District No. 27 143.15 II. (). Miller, road work, Road District No. 15 64.40 Mike Lutz, road work. Road Dis trict No. 1 311.10 Jacob Schlanker, road work. Road District No. 15 24.00 Joseph Huffman, road work, Road District No. 15 12.00 James C. Nldav road work, Road District No. ll 103.07 Rav Rboilen, road work, Road District No. 15 52.00 J. A. Whitetnan. road work, Road District No. 12 102.85 Lewis Hollenbeck, road work. . Kond District No. 15 10.10 Frank 1'latzer, rood work, Road District No. 2 326.25 V.. K. Miller, road work Road District No. 15 ". 25.30 I'eter Nickel, road work. Road District No. 15 13.70 D. K. Ingwerson, road work, Road District No. 15 56.00 W. L. Clltes, road work, Road District No. 15 29.80 Wm. 11. Rush, road work, Road District No. 7 1 110.00 Cieo. Hess, road work. Koad Dis trict No. 7 4 5.SO Clarence Curvea. Alvo propor tion. Koad District No. 2N 75.00 John M. Creamer, road work, Koad District No, 7. 23.00 Rutts lleniltlx, nails. Road I M rlct No. ii 1.75 A.- M. Rover, road work, Rond District No. 15 4.00 John Hauer it Son. material, Koad District No. 1 65 (5. 1'. Eastwood, material, Road District No. 1 1.30 Kdmitnd Dorr, road work, Road District No. 7 12.00 Farmers' Lumber, Coal & Imple ment Co., material. Road Dis trict No. 5 18.40 Walter C. Nerval, road work, Koad District No. 14 168.25 Christ Tschlrren, road work, Koad District No. 1 54.60 W. K. Fox, poll taxi Road Dis trict No. 1 300 W. K. Fox. poll tax, Road Dis trict No. 18 3.00 Waterman Lumber Co., lumber, Road District No. 1 6.15 C. T. Rlchnrds. road work, Road District No. 4 256 .00 Nebraska & Iowa Steel Tank Co., culvert, Road District No. 10 City of I'lattsmouth. district tax Koad District No. 17 600.00 Mrs. Hanna Hansen, road work, Koad District No. 2, Com missioners' Road Fund 24.80 The following claims were allowed on the Hiiilge fund: Nebraska Construction Co., bridge work 12,500.00 Farmers' Lumber, Coal and Implehment Co., bridge ma terial 77.31 Rlchey Rros.,' bridge material. . . . 57J0 .1. C. Niday, bridge work 6.00 .1. A. Whiteman, bridge work.... 11.75 Mike Lutz, bridge work 20.00 .1. M. Hoover, bridge work 10.00 John Hauer, bridge material.... 12.75 Win. H. Rush, bridge work 23.50 C. II. Nold Lumber Co., bridge material 161. 9S Hoard adjourned to meet Tuesday, November 19, 1 HI 2. D. C. MoKC.AN. County Clerk. Mi. Majurii' Carr was in Uii In Saturday. Andrew Chris) onsoii was in t.in (''ln last Thursday. I'.d Casoy was a capital city visitor Saturday. Mrs. W. K. Casey was shopping in Lincoln last Friday. William Upteprove loft Tuesday iiinrninp for Peru, Nelt. Mrs. John Murtcy was a capital city visitor last Friday. Mrs. Goorpro Praun went to Lincoln last Wednesday. Mrs. Mart Nickel and children were in Lincoln Saturday. Miss Grayce Bailey was shop ping in Lincoln Saturday. Able. Prouty returned from Lincoln Saturday on No. 14. Charles II. Jordan went to Lin coln on business Wednesday. Kd Casey and Joe Flyons went to Omaha on business Tuesday. Lafe Mullen, wife and daughter were in Lincoln last Saturday. Miss Marie StrotMiier was visit ing friends in Lincoln Wednesday. Harry Applernan came down from Lincoln Wednesday on No. 18. Glen Lewis purchased the restaurant of Earl liennett last week. The Ladies' Aid society met Wednesday with Mrs. John Mtirtey. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Skiles spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cashner. James Foreman and daughter, Miss Ilelle, were Lincoln visitors Saturday. Sam Cashner went to Omaha Sunday on No. t i, returning on No. IT Monday. Mrs. F. M. l'rouly and daughter, Miss Vera, were visiting in Lin coln last Thursday. Charles Strong took the elec tion returns from this place to Plattsmouth Wednesday. Mrs. George Bobbin and son siient Wednesday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Skiles went to Lincoln Wednesday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Joe Prouty and family. Mrs. J. A. Shaffer went to South Mend on No. 14 Saturday, visiting her cousin, Miss Ella Weaver, un til Sunday evening. Mrs. A. I. Bird was called to Waverly Saturday to see her mother, who is very ill. Mr. Bird went over Monday morning. Miss Amelia Kamn returned from Lincoln Friday, where she had accompanied her sister, from Bennett, who has been visiting here. Miss Aletha House came home from school at Elmwood Wednes day, lie teachers having been granted permission to attend the State Teachers' association meet ing at Omaha this week. Joe Prouty of University Place, is very ill with creeping paralysis, having become much worse last . Saturday. His sister, Mrs. George Foreman, sr., and brother, F. M. Prouty, are with him at this writ ing. Mrs. Maude Kendall-Maloy of Lincoln visited Saturday with Mrs. Orville Quilhorsl and Sunday with Mrs. James House. Mrs. Maley sang at the morning services at (lie M. F. church, returning home on No. 17 Sunday evening. The Mothers' Council met on halloween at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis, giving a sur prise party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ogle, who will leave fur their new home at Seward in about a month. The Council had their ghosts, jack-o-lanterns, etc., and a very jolly evening was spent. Light refreshments were served and later Mr. and Mrs. Ogle were presented with a nice, rug.