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I'ltl PAHKI) IN THE INTF.RKSTS OF THE PEOPLE OF Ml'KRAY AND SURKOL'NDING VICINITY ESPKCIALLY FOK THE JOURNAL READERS
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this heading. Wo want all items of Interest. -Editor Journal.)
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gations by Check.
If you make your payments by check you have a re
cord that cannot be disputed.
We regard all business transactions as strictly confi
dential. Combine absolute safety with satisfaction.
We accord careful consideration to small and large
taTOur deposits are secured by the State Guarantee
We pay 4 per cent on time deposits for one year.
We Bank on You.. You Bank With Us.
We Solicit Your Business.
shelled liis corn I
Mrs. M. Iliall
anions the sick.
friends here Sunday.
S. 0. Pitman and (1,
cker were Plnllsmou
Albert Young and ficorge Parks
are remodel ing I lie barn on ('.has.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Reike, five miles south of Murray,
a girl, on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holmes were
business passengers to Omaha
Tuesday, returning on the night
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Walker seenl
Tuesday in I'liiou with Dr. Walk
er. They returned on the evening
Dr. Hannah was an Omaha
passenger Monday, returning on
Tuesday, after a day's visit with
' Mr. and Mrs. V 0. Lyman and
Mrs. C. Lawton and son, l.yle,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Wiley Tuesday.
James Brown returned from
western Kansas Monday, lie spent
only a day with (ieorge Merger,
but found him getting along in
The Sludv club met Thursday
afternoon. All of the members
were present except Mrs. Walker,
who was isitiii',' Dr. A. K. Walk
er at Union.
Mr. and Mrs. (luy Kiser at lend
ed services at Ihe Presbyterian
church Sunday and spent Hie re
mainder of the day with Mr. and
.Mrs. Cliarles Spangler.
H. L. Oldham, II. C. Long and
Charles Mnedecker were in the vi
cinity of Nebawka Tuesday ap
praising a road that, is con
templated in that locality.
The regular meeting of the
Library association will be held
Wednesday evening, April 23, nl
the library rooms. Much member
is requested to be present, as
some important business is to he
Charles Andrus and wife of
Omaha spent several days of last
week with Charles l-'riese and
family. Mr. Andrus has been suf
fering greatly for two years with
heart trouble. His condition does
H. C. Long is clearing' olT his
lots in Ihe north part (if !own
preparatory to the construction of
his new house. All material has
been ordered and some of it is on
hand and the work on another new
homo in Murray will soon he un
There is no use keeping it a
secret uny longer Murray is o
have a uniformed, up-to-date ball
loam. One thai will go out into
(he wild uncouth world and soak
the. enemy. A complete orgnnia
lion will be consummated this
week. Our (own should give Ihe
' boys n hearty support.
Kd Till I was a Piatt;
silor Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Walker were
in Nebraska City Tuesday.
Mi sure to attend the recital at
the church Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Nix of Old Kenosha has
been sick for the past few days.
Hear the clcciil lonist at the
church next Tuesday evening.
Mrs. K. O. Lyman Is spending
Ihe week with friends at Cedar
Mert Satchell shipped a car of
hogs ' to South Omaha Monday
Frank Sliclilemeier shipped a
mixed car of slock lo South Oma
ha I bis week.
Mrs. William Sloutl'er went to
Fairfax, Mo., Monday for a few!
days' isit with relatives.
S. o. Pit man, W. (i. Moedeker
and Henry lleebncr were Plnlts
niouth visitors Tuesday afternoon.
Warren Leonard went to Oma
ha Tuesday evening, whore he ex
pects to secure n position in an
Dick Pitman and mother, Mrs.
D. .!. Pitman, and daughter, Mrs.
O. A. Davis were Plattsinouth
visitors eilnesi!ay aiiernoon.
Miss Minnie Mrill will gie a
recital al the Christian church
Tuesday evening, April 2 2d.
Adults, JTc; children. I5r. Come
and help the Aid society.
Mrs. Charles Carroll was called
to I he nor! hern part of I he slate
this week lo the home of her son,
I'.rn. owing to the illness of her
little grandson. She departed
Mrs. Lloyd Unpen and Mrs. W.
M. Virgin will entertain the Aid
O. M. Min ford shipped a car
of hogs to South Omaha this
Vance. Todd and Elmer llall
slrom were Plat I snioul h visitors
.1. 0. Smith ha?, been very sick
for Ihe past few days. Owing to
his advanced age his condition
has been ipiite serious.
Mrs. W. D. Wheeler and daugh
ter. Miss Lizzie, were Nebraska
City visitors Sunday, spending: the
day willi Mrs. Wheeler's daugh
ter, Mrs. Matlcrsou.
Alex Hboden was an Omaha
visitor Tuesday of this week.
Homer Slichlemcier shipped
two cars of cattle to South Oma
ha Tuesday of this week.
(ieorge Mutz, who has been out
al Otis, Colo., for the past month,
relumed lo Murray Wednesday
morning. Mr. Mutz says he is
not back lo stay, as he thinks that
Colorado is a mighty line country
and expeels lo make his future
home out I here.
Mrs. M. Iliall, who has been ill
for the past two weeks, is, still
ipiite sick, suffering from a com
plication of troubles that do mil.
yield lo Ihe medicines of the
physicians as readily as I lie many
friends and relatives desire. The
many friends over the entire
county, where she has lived for
niai'iy years, will anxiously await
the recovery to her former health,
although her advanced age makes
her improvement very slow.
A. L. Maker and Al Mart let!
spent a couple of days in Chicago
last week, making' a combined
pleasure and business trip. In
reluming home lliey sloppcl al
the famous new city of Lonia.x, Il
linois. While this city is in its
infancy, Ihe promoters expect lo
make it a city of several hundred
thousand within the next very few
years. The advancement of Ihe
new -city building plan is being
watched with considerable in
terest all over the country, and
men are taking financial interest
in the plan, all of whom seem
to have great confidence in the
ability of the promoters to suc
cessfully carry out their plans in
making Lomax one of the greatest
manufacturing' cities in the world.
Buys Murray Hotel.
The deal was completed this
week whereby Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
Merger become the owners of the
Murray hotel, having: purchased
I lie same from Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
(iraves. II is the intention of Mr.
and Mrs. Merger to move to the
new quarters and lake charge .of
(lie hotel just as soon as possible,
at which time the house will be
thrown open to Hie public. It is
also the intention of the new
owners to enlarge the building by
removing' I heir present residence
properly and adjoining it to the
hotel building. This will certain
ly be good news to Ihe I raveling
public making Murray, and is met
wit ti great pleasure by everybody
residing here. There are no bet
ter people in the land in the hotel
business I ban Mrs. Merger, and
in the future when you go lo the
Murray hotel I lu re will sure be
plenty to eat and a most accom
modating: dace to slop.
Departs for the East.
Mrs. AV. K. Dull went to Plalls
nioulh Monday, and in company
with Mrs. Mary Mauineister of
that city, departed for an extend
ed visit in the east. The larger
portion of (lie visit will be made
in eastern Ohio and Pennsylvania,
where they have relalives and
friends. Mrs. Dull has sisters re
siding in both stales, and the visit
will extend over several mouths.
Spring at last !
Mela Ncit.el has been home the
V. O. (iillespie was in Omaha
Monday between trains.
The Misses Lyda, F.tta and F.va
Sorick were in Omaha Tuesday.
C. A. Young', our "land man."
came Saturday. F'.uy your land
(iravce Itynier of Lincoln was
visiting friends here Saturday and
Is and relatives
llenry Noll ing
is visiting frieii
here this week.
sick the past mouth
turned to her work.
Miss Lola Ott came home Iroin
Louisville Monday, where she has
been the past month.
Mrs. John Slroy and Clara and
Art were on the train Tuesday
morning going lo Omaha.
Karl Cisenhul was in South
Mend Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. (Uilbmann
and sons were in Plattsinouth a
few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hung at
I ended the funeral of Mrs. Rung's
sister, Mable Mortis, Sunday at
Klniwood. She leaves her hus
band and two children.
There were about twenty-live of
I lie early spring picnickers from
and near Murray Dial gathered at
the old picnic grounds Tuesday
evening for the first outing of (be
season. Supper, consisting of
roast be, f. eygs and potatoes, was
prepared a I I lie old camp grounds,
and a genuine good time was en
joyed by all.
On Saturday afternoon. April
12, Mrs. (leorge Lloyd and daugh
ter, F.stber, gave a surprise in
honor of Miss Fern's fourteenth
birthday. She was lying on the
sofa sound asleep when the
guesls arrived. The afternoon
was spent in various games. Re
f regiments, consisting of popcorn
and apples were served. The aft
ernoon's enjoyment wound up
with a peanut hunt, which all en
joyed very much, and soon after
all departed, leaving Fern many
tokens, which she prizes very
highly. Those present were:
Fern, McVey, Fllie Smith, (trace,
Fern ami Lester Dill. Ilaltie Roy
er. Mildred and Harry Satchel,
I. corn and Catherine Mrovvu, Ina
Delesdenier, Fllie Pierce, Mrs.
Jake Smith, (Iraudina McVey, Fern
Anderson. Ksther, Agnes, Lloyd
and Lorn Lloyd.
Wouldn't il lie better to receive
a check from an insurance com
pany after a tornado or cyclone
lakes away y mic home than to be
con pi'lled to use .hi-- ovv ii hard
eah to rebuild'.' I represent
Standard Old Line Companies, and
can write your insurance al a low
rate. Metier look up your policies
and if you have in tornado insur
ance call al the bank and let me
fix you out.
W. (i. Moedeker.
... MAX DUSTERHOFF,
I Painter and Decorator,
J Paper Hanger,
I- Wall Paper.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
I am permanently h catcd in
Murray, Nebraska, to do all kinds
of lirsl-class painting and paper
hanging. Having had 10 years'
experience at this work I can fur
nish the best of references on
painting, outside finish, msidc
finish, graining, staining', natural
finish and the newest and latest
lyle of paper work. Drop me a
ard or leave orders at Hialt &
nil's slorc and I will call on you.
During the last few years the,
fraudulent advertising of medi
cines grew to such an extent that
several states passed laws which
forbid il. The advertiser must
guarantee Hie truthfulness of the
advertisement. We always were
of the opinion hat our people
should not be deceived. There are
several remedies endorsed by the
people itself, like Triner's Ameri
can Flixir of Miller Wine, a great
number of unsolicited letters
proving that Ibis remedy acts as
advertised. We repeat that it i?
composed of pure, red California
wine ami a number of medicinal
herbs known for . their effect on
Ihe human body, especially in dis
eases or the alimentary tract, Willi
loss of appetite, bodily weakness,
constipation and all discomforts
resulting from the same. At drug1
stores. Jos Triner, 1 333-1 33t S.
Ashland Ave., Chicago, HI. Try
Triner's Liniment and you will
also pronounce it Ihe best remedy
in pains and swellings.
ociely at the home of Mrs.
(iapen Wednesday afternoon.
April 2.'l. All members are re
quested to be present.
The Christian church pulpit
will be tilled next Sunday by P. Ml
Cope, who is pastor of the church
at Adams. Neb. His evening sub
ject will be, "Paul's Obedience to
Vision." everybody welcome.
F.. O. Lyman left Thursday for
Montana, where he began his work
of government surveying, His
wife will remain here until the
weather is warmer; and then she
expects to spend some time in
If you need nnylhing in the line
of Fire, Lightning, Wind Storm,
Tornado Insurance, why not take
out a policy with A. L. Maker, who
M presents a company that has
neen in inisiness lor ll'.i years
and paid out iu losses money
equal to 270 tons of gold coin.
Come in ami let us talk it over.
James Mrovvn, who went down
to Ness City, Kansas, a few days
ago with a carload of calves, re
lumed home Monday of this week.
The calves were placed on Mr.
Mrown's farm near Ness City. He
says everything looks mighty
good in that locality this season,
the crop conditions being very
Plants for Sale.
Tomato, cabbage and sweet
poialoe plants for early planting.
V. A. Scot!, Murray.
Prepare for Your
Spring Work Now!
0UR plows need
sharpening, and other
machinery may need re
pairing. Line them up
now and bring them in,
and let me put them in
goodcondition for you b y
the time the Spring rush
arrives. You will be busy
then and so will I.
COME IN NOW!
Blacksmithing and Horseshoeing
Daily News Subscribers.
Ttere are many subscribers to
Ihe Omaha Daily News for whom
advanced their subscription last
tall at the time of the automobile
contest, that have not paid the
same. I am needing some money
t this lime, and wish all would
pay I lie amount due al once, very
Mrs. May Hboden.
Seed Potato Special.
Pure, genuine lied River Early
Ohio seed potatoes, 75c bu. Early
Six Weeks, )0c bu., sacked. Test
ed recleaned Native Alfalfa seed,
free from obnoxious weeds, Kan
sas, $0.00 bu; Nebraska, 99 per
cent pure, $10.45. Ask for
samples. Meware of imported
Alfalfa seed handled by seed
houses, which usually contains
Johnson Mros. Seed Co.,
Nebraska City, Neb.
Live Stock Wanted.
I wish to inform the people of
Murray and vicinity that I am
buying stock at Murray, and am
prepared to pay tho highest niar
ki I price for anything in the stock
line. I will buy anything, from
om to one hundred head or more.
Let me know what you have' for
sale. Call 'Phone 8-M Murray
Exchange. 11. C. Creamer.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to I hank our friends
for the kindness and sympathy
shown during the late sickness
and death of our sister and aunt,
Mrs. Nancy J. Martin. Also for
the floral tributes.
Win. A. Taylor and Family.
, .-. -V-..: V... t S ..-J-ViWP.t
Hedge Posts for Sale.
1,200 pood hedge posts for
sale; COO are 7-foot and COO are
8-foot. Call on C.uy Stokes, 1
mile east and ?i miles north of
Murray, or address Plattsmoulh,
R. F. D. No. 1. Tel. 5-H Murray.
Eggs for Hatching.
From full-blooded Rhode Island
Red hens. $1.00 per setting.
W. A. Scott, Murray.
Let me insure your property
with the State Farmers Mutual
Insurance Co. against Fire,
Lightning and Tornado. Cheapest
and best insurance company in
tho slate. Satisfaction guaran
teed. Call on or 'phone Mlack
140. James Dvorak, Plattsinouth.
I Buying I
! Baking 1
9 For this is the
1 baking powder m
baking better." Q
jj It leavers the
I food evenly J
throughout; puffs m
? it up to airy light- i
I ness, makes it d-
P ing and wholesome. 5
2 Remember, Calu- 5
I met is moderate in
jj price highest in 1
0Ask your grocer for -Calumet.
Don't take a 1
J substitute. I
a RECEIVED HI0HE3T AWARDS.
World's Pure Food exposition, '
CrilcaKO, Illinois. Paris Ex0?sitisi
Francs, Huron, iiz
You Jon't mot money uhen iou toy
cheap of kig-can baking powder. Don't
bt milled. Buy Calumet. It't mom
economical more wholtwmt giaet
but retails. Calumet it fat tupviot to
tour milk and yxla.
Drive Sick Headaches Away.
Sick headaches, pour, gassy
stomach, indigestion, biliousness
disappear quickly -after you take
Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
purify the blood and put new life
and vigor in Ihe system. Try
them and you will be well satis
Red. Every pill helps; every box
guaranteed. Price 25c. Recom
mended by Kd Rynott & Go.
Itching, bleeding, protruding r
blind piles have yielded to Doan's
Ointment. 50c at all stores.
150 bushels of good seed corn,
several varieties. InquiVe of
Solomon Howe, on Ihe east side
of the river, one-quarter mile
south of Bethlehem church, or
address Pacific Junction, Iowa,
Oak Posts for Sale.
About 400 bur oak posts
sale. Apply to Joseph Mra
on the Dull farm.
Dyspepsia is America's curse.
To restore digestion, normal
weight, good health and purify the
blood, use Murdock Mlood Mitters.
Sold al all drug stores. Price
Pure bred Plymouth Rock, ?5c
per 15; i.00 per 100. 'Phone 1-1,
Route 2. C. L. Wiles.
Seed Corn for Sale.
There are a few boxes of sta
tionery on our bargain counter.
You will have to hurry if you want
some while Ihe price is so low.
DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO FARM
The Independent Silo Co,, of St.
Paul, Minn., has its own timber ami
saw-mills, and millions of feet of well
dried silo lumber in its mammoth ware
houses at all t'.mps. The Independent
Silo Co. belo:i!?3 to no trust or com
bine, and sells direct to the farmer.
These are the reasons it can and Is
selling the very best grade of Wash-,
lngtoa and Oregon Fir in full-length
laves 25 per cent under competitors.
fhR.mefutsa,. saving of from $-'5 to
125 on a single'silo. ' '
The Independent Silo Co. furnishes
the "Lawless Hinge," tho only adjusta
ble, never sag, all-steel hinge that
forms a safe, strong and ideal ladder.
See this hinge and compere it with tho
cheap cast-iron hinges sold by com
petitors and you will have no other.
Don't let any unprlncipl?d canvasser
or company lead you to believe that
the Independent Silo Co, infringes any
patent. If you knew the facts you
would consider such an argument as
an insult to your intelligence and act
accordingly and with dispatch.
Does the Independent Silo Co. make
good? Ask its thousands of satisfied
customers. Get its catalogue and
prices. Read fully on these points, and
ill About this great silo company, that
It In no trust or combine.
Address territorial managaf
GEORGE W. DUNKLE
P.O. Box 945
Lincoln - Nebraska
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