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TMUnSOAY. JANUARY ISlf-
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Prepared in thi InU;rrt of tlo People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
If anrcf tLe readers of tl
Journal know of any social
"vnl or Um of Imprest In
tills vIciDitr. and will mall
name to ttiU office, it will ap
pear undrr this heading. W e
waut ail news items Eojtok
Why You Should Keep an
Account with this Bank
It in managed by men well known for
their integrity, high standing and business
ability. The personnel of the officers and di
rectors are home men, and every person inter
ested in home institutions should do their
banking with a home institution.
Strong, Conservative, Progressive
Murray State Bank
W. G. BOEDEKER, Cashier
Miss Villa Gapen returned to
her school at Peru Moiulay.
Bert Hoot put up a number of
buildings on tin; farm of Fred
llaiiif;i' last week.
Mrs. Charles Spangler and
daughter, Mary, were Omaha
Cottage prayer meetings are
being In-Ill in lh interest of th;
coming metins next. week.
Miss Margie Walker spent a
number of days last week with
friend at Plattsmouth and
The dale for the Lyceum num
ber, Francos Gable, is January 10
in plan of Dec-ember' 19. A mis
take in dates was made.
I-.d Setiuloi, ttie crack piano
tuner, of Plattsmouth, was in
Murray Wednesday attending lo
the wants of the people.
Itev. Albert Cordon of Lincoln
will conduct evangelistic serv
ices in the United Presbyterian
church during the week of Janu
ary 1 1.
About, sixty attended the New
Year's dinner. This was also the
dale for the Presbytery to meet
and finish the installation serv
ices f Itev. Dutchman.
William Hamilton and Albert
Young will have the John Thom
iimisoii house ready to lalh this
week. The weather has been un
usually good for carpentering for
I his lime of year.
The Francis Gable entertain
ment will be in the Christian
church Friday evening. January
I This is the third number
of the Lyceum course and prom
ises hj be extra good.
Mr. and Mrs. Weideman, who
had charge of the lumber yard,
moved Ibis week to Greenwood.
Mr. Roberts is tilling the place as
yet. The posit iui lias been of
fered to a number of local men,
but as yet tho vacancy is not
W. C. Rice was a Plattsmouth
visitor Tuesday, taking in dis
John Stones' son, John Jacob
has Peon very sick. Put is muc i
better at this writing.
Minford & Creamer shippf
orni car of cattle and one of hogs
to South Omaha Tuesday.
Mrs. W. C. Rice was a Ne
braska City visitor Saturday
where she spent the day visitin
Mrs. A. L. Baker returned
from the St. Joseph's hospital at
Omaha Monday, fooling; much
Levi Slagle shippel his goods
to Cedar county, whore he ex
poets to make his future homo
with his family.
Mont Shrader of Nehawka was
a Murray visitor Tuesday, and
while hero was a guest of bi
uncle, Do Shrader and family.
Charles Vallery, son of Wall
Yallcry, was taken suddenly ill
Friday evening, and while much
uneasiness was felt at llrst, he
is now much better.
The many friends of Mrs. O. A
Davis will bo pleased to learn
that after her severe sutfering of
several days she is able to bo up
and around the house.
The Royal Neighbors of Oak
Leaf Camp No. i8i2, will moot
Saturday, January 10th, at Mui
ray. Nob. All members should
be present. Itecorder.
Mrs. Do Shrader returned from
a visit to Itushnell, Illinois, Sat
urday morning. She enjoyed a
line time with her mother and
other relatives in her old homo
linh Shrader removed his
week from the old Davis farm,
northeast of Union, to the Slagle
farm, southeast of Murray, which
he recently bought, and where he
will soon be right at home, in the
fullest sense of the term.
WE TOLD YOU
MUCH LAST WEEK
We will tell you more from time to time
about our catalogue, and show you where
it is to your best interest to buy from us
rather than send your money to a mail
order house many miles away, In our
catalog you will find
BUGGIES $23.85 to $118.00
KITCHEN RANGES $24.00
COOK STOVES $5.75 to $23.00
READY MIXED PAINTS, 45o per gallon
Harness, Farm Wagons, Manure Spreaders
Oil Stoves, Clothing Groceries, everything
listed in a mail order catalog, and the
prices, many times lower than out-of-town
concerns and everything guaranteed to
be as represented or your money back. We
are here to show you we've got the goods.
HI ATT & TUTT
MURRAY :: NEBR.
Creed Harris has another
pretty sick boy, who is threatened
A single robin does not make
spring, but from the numerous
sab; bills posted about town
spring is not far off.
Lloyd Oapen and Charles
Tucker were in Omaha Tuesday
and remained over to see "Jelf
and Mutt" at the Brandeis thea
ter. Hill Nye is not running for as
sessor just visiting his old
time friends on his home trip
from the Uoosier slate to Wah
inglon. The Murray school is progres
sing nicely since the holidays.
All have tiottled down to a long
pull, a strong pull and a pull altogether.
The cattle feeders
Murray are very busy
corn from the elevators
food yards, paying 2
bushel for it.
Dwyer Todd went to Omaha
Monday to consult a specialist
regarding his throat. From ther
he will go to Lincoln to enter
the Agricultural college.
Mark White, from Fast Hock
Bluffs, made a business call Pi
Murray Tuesday. Mark returned
from Lodge Pole, Neb., Monday,
where he was called on a real
Alex Campbell returned from
Bloomfield the latter part of last
week, where he had been spend
ing a few days with old Cass
county friends. He reports. all o
the people from that county do
Mrs. James Roddy or near
Union was operated upon Friday-
January 2, for a serious afflic
tion, by Dr. B. F. Brendel, assist
ed by Dr. Dermandy, first assist
ant of Dr. Allison, at Omaha
Mrs. Charles Creamer, Mrs
Walter Sans and Mrs. Mark
White will entertain the Ladies
Aid society at the home of the
former Wednesday, January 14
He sure and come. 1
The wolf hunt last Tuesday-
was not a success ho far as the
killing of wolves is concerned
They never saw but one wolf, but
killed a number of jack rabbits
and a number of rabbits. Hut tin
party had a fine time.
The Rev. Albert Gordon of Lin
coln will conduct evangelistic
meetings in the United Presby
terian church during the week o
January 11. The services will he
held Monday, Tuesday, Wednes-
iy and Thursday evenings at
7:30 and Friday afternoon at 2
o clock. Lveryono is invited to
all these services.
Mrs. W. A. Stoll of, near Ne
liawka, who was operated upon
y Dr. Derrnaty of Omaha last
week, is able to be up and about
this week. This rapid recovery
is a pleasure to her friends
This has boon a hustling week
or our livery man, D. C. Rhoden
Cvery available driving team lias
icon kept busy lo the limit of en
Cameron Cathey had quite an
accident with his auto Friday
morning, when he lore one of the
drive wheels off. near the Mc-
'urlin school house. The break
as due lo defective material
Green Piggott returned from
Omaha Wednesday, where he had
een to visit Mrs. Earl Jenkins,
who is greatly improving, in the
Wise Memorial hospital. Earl
Jenkins went as far as Plaits
mouth with Green.
Morris Lloyd, son of John
Lloyd, narrowly escaped n b:u
accident Wednesday moriiuu:
while returning home on horse
back from the school house
where he had taken his sister t
school. In some manner the
horse he was riding slipped an
fell upon the young man's right
leg and foot. While no bones
A Former Citizen Here. were broken, the unfortunate
W. C. Nye of Goldendale, Ore- young man sustained several so
gon, gave his friends a complete vere bruises, which will prevent
surprise bv sterriing in upon him from doing much work for
I hem Wednesday morning. He I several days. Dr. Hrendel w as
loft here twelvo years ago, and! called as soon as possible, aiu
was returning from his boyhood I administered to the injuries.
home in Indiana, where he and
his wife have been to visit his
mother, who has been very sicJc.
Mr. Nye is now in the hotel busi
ness at Goldendale, and he left
the business in the hands of his
daughters, and was in a hurry to
got back. Mrs. Nye remained
with his mother until some de
cisive change occurred in his
mother. Hill Nye, as he is
known in this vicinity, was quite
a well known character in this
town and vicinity. He taught
school in Murray and neighbor
hood and held the office of as
sessor so many times that he was
ashamed to run any more. One
time they were sure they had him
beat, and just before the polls
had closed he stepped up to a
crowd and offered to bet he was
elected. Hut no one took it, and
Miss Isabella Shrader Entertains
Miss Isabella Shrader enter
tained a number of young friends
at the home f her parents. Me
and Mrs. Do Mirader, on Satur
day evening, January 3. assisted
by her guest, Miss Gertha Long
of Omaha and Misses Vera Yard
ley and Henrietta Creamer, her
former neighbors and school
mates. Thirty-four gentlemen
and the same number of youn
ladies were present to enjoy the
pleasures of the occasion. To
say that the young people were
delightfully entertained but half
expresses it. The guests were
served with delicious refresh
ments, and it was a late hur
when the attendants departed for
their homes, but it was not until
they had congratulated Mis-
it was lucky for them that they hsabelle (assisted bv her moth?
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u.un i-.tiuc iirn mo ics in nreuannsr ine good inintrs n
Couldn't Save the Foot.
Miss Maude Rusteiholtz went
to Omaha to see her brother, Mr
Charles Jewell, of Mullen, Neb
Mr. Jewell had his ankle broken
live weeks ago. He was taken to
Omaha, where for three weeks
the nurses and doctors tried In
vain to save Ins foot. Dr. Alli
son took the member off two
weeks ago. Mr, Jewell has been
resting nelter since the opera-
lion and expects lo go to his
innio the first of the week.
Sell your property through the
Journal Want Ada.
$ Murray, Neb. I
Ready to, cry your sales, -
J and guarantee, satisfaction.
I Dates can bo made at the
i Hank of Cass County, In
4- Plattsmouth,, Neb., or the, J
Murray State Bank, Murray. j
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
were counted out he had a ma
jority of nearly one hundred.
While here he was the guest of
the Oldharn family, where the
writer met him. He departed
Wednesday evening for Lincoln,
where he will visit for a brief
time with his brother, and then
on to his home in Oregon.
eat) upon her excellent and royal
manner of entertaining.
Farmers' Elevator Company.
The stockholders of the Farm
ers' Elevator company met last
Monday and elected the following
officers for the ensuing year:
President, W. D. Wheeler; vice
president, J. R. Vallery; sec
retary, W. H. Puis; treasurer,
Charles Spangler. Directors: W.
D. Wheeler, W. II. Puis, J. R.
Vallery, Charles Spangler, J. W.
Edmunds, Charles Troop and
Henry Creamer. The stockhold
ers displayed most excellent
judgment in selecting Henry
Heebner for another year as
manager. The business affairs
were very satisfactory under the
management of Mr. Heebner,
who has been untiring in his ef
forts to please the patrons of the
elevator and he has done it.
Enjoy New Year's Dinner.
Quite a number of relatives
and friends gathered at the
pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs.
William Patterson, west of town.
to enjoy a New Year's dinner,
given in honor of Mr. Patterson's
mother, of Newton. Iowa, who
comes yearly to visit here chil
dren during the holidays. An
elaborate dinner, such as only
Mrs. Patterson knows how to
prepare, was served to the fol
lowing guests: Mrs. G. F. Pat
terson of Newton, Iowa, Mr. and
Mrs. David Patterson of Weep
ing Water, Miss Maude Ruster
holtz, George Patterson and
Russell Hurst Patterson of New
ton, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pat
terson and son. Dale, and Mrs.
Arninda Spencer of Weeping Wa
ter, Stephen Merrill Heckner,
Vera Vroman, Mrs. Gertie Beck-
ner, Mrs. L. Rusterholtz, Mr. and
Mrs. William Patterson, Mrs.
and family, I hen heirm Imd
i niosent. After the Indies h'd
- m -
cleared awiiv tin linioi the- nil
left for iheii Inoneo, wmIoiu' Mi
Pigolt the bet of loil, bo I to
Qrmn Ldl Aid Society IMt
The (termini l.iidios Aid -
ciety mot it Mo loono f M
Will Puis, jr.. WedM-doy lifter.
noon, December .11, it I 2 o'rbo I
ami the allotnonn win no-l n-
joyahly penl by I bo neiob,i".
ami also tin visitor . there being
a largo crowd pieent. The hn.
It's, at an appnpiiato boor,
served some very d'-li'-io'i
freshmonls, which weio enjoyd
by all, and I hoy wore delighted nt
the hospitality shown (hem. Th
meeting came to a cb-. nf th
usual hour, and will meet iif Jto
home of Mrs. Jake 1 1 1 1 I Janu'iry
28. 11M-I. All members nre re
quested to bo present. Thi -o
ciety was organized almost fie
veai's ago. and the three idlieer
have lone good work attending
to the society all these years, o
the members decided to front
them this Christmas and gave
each of them a sfockimr at the
Christmas tree with a gold thini.
ble in each one, which they ap
preciate very highly and ar
very thankful for. The officers
are: Mrs. F. J. Ilenning-s presi
dent; Mrs. Louise Fredrick, sec
retary, and Mrs. Henry Horn,
One Who Was There.
Will Hold Sale.
W. H. Virgin and son, Ozra,
were in Plattsmouth a few days
ago, at which time an order was
placed with the Journal for the
printing of his sale bills. His
sale will be held on the 15th of
January, at which time he will
offer all his stock and farming
implements for sale. Mr. Virgin
has been farming for a great
many years, but has derided to
retire, and will move lo Murray
This is evidence that everything
placed on sale will positively be
IV 1 he lA
of all men who appreciate a
finm old taeUow whiskey v
For half century It hS led
On frtion, r, 10 acre what
land, in Franklin counfy, Wash
ington. Land rolling, but not
rough!. All plowed ?prir;g of
1912; no wat-e: land. First
crop wheal zr Xiijrin pr acre
raised in 1907. Located 2 mile
north of Kahloiu; 2 railroad.
All fenced. pre. 122.50 pr
acre, on eay I'rnn. ii.xxj op
portunity for farmer with Loy
who wants large farm. Own-r
an invalid. Mut fell. For par
ticulars write owner. W. C
Sampson. P. O. Box 326, Platts
mouth, Neb. 12-i!-lrno-w
in school and
after a week's
ready for work
Visitors in the grammar room
last week were: Helen Box-
sheim of Omaha, Vera Hatchett,
Martin Sporer, Everett Spangler,
Mario Davis and Mr. J. W.
Holmes of Murray; Helen Foster
Visitors in the primary room
were: fliarie Davis or iwurray.
Reeva Adams of Kansas, and
Will Minford of Lincoln.
Those neither absent or tardy
in the grammar room are: Walk-
The Library association enter
tainment, given sal the Treitsch
school house December 30th, was
a success in every way. The
Murray people appreciated the
manner in which they were treat
ed, and nope lo go hack sonn
time again. The amount taken
in at this entertainment was
The Library association hel
theip meeting Tuesday evening
Mr. Davis gave a very interest
ing talk on "How We Might Have
a High School Within the Nex
Year." The radeoptican views
bv Mrs Pitman, on Mexico, anci
Mr. Gapen on the Black Hills
were very interesting. The
recitation bv Ella Hamilton was
The next meeting will b
A Fine Time.
Miss Marie Jeroushek, teacher
in scnooi district .o. y. was in
the city a few days ago and re
ports a most pleasant time at her
school at the time the Murray
players were over there and gave
one of their very pleasing enter
tainments. They cleared a nice
sum for the occasion, a portion
of which goes to the Fairview
school library, and the balance
to the Murray Library associa
tion. The entertainment gave
the best of satisfaction and
was followed bv a social time and
(I. P. Foreman shinned hoars to
South Omaha Tuesday.
Mrs. Wesley Bird spent Wed
nesday afternoon with Mrs. A. J.
Mrs. I-M Stone was in Lincoln
Tuesday and Wednesday i-itinsf
Miss Emily Strong was shop,
pine in Lincoln Monday an J
hipped a car
lo South Omafe.i
load of cattle
J. A. Shaffer
or (iilmore, iiaipn lloimes, unes-
ter Sporer. Nita Cook and Grace good
Lone. held January 27, and a talk wn
t , f( I bo criven on the suject of a High
attendance for four months and
to a large attendance
Those neither absent or lardy
in the primary room are: Lester
Long, Everett LaRue, Leona
Davis and Jake Long. Tjiese are
all entitled to a large perfect at
Helen Gilmore has been absent
two days on account of sickness,
but is back again.
Mr. Green Piggott gave a
dance to his many friends last
Saturday night. Those present
were: Amanda, llaltie, waller,
Howard and Enos Royer, Mamie,
Willie and Orvil Royer, F'rank
Dill, Roy Craig, Green Piggott,
ena and Zela Young, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Lancaster, Mr. and
Mrs. John Eppings, Mr. and Mrs.
School in Murray." either by
local or outside talent. If you
really care to have a High schoo
wake up and get busy.
Librarians selected for the
present month are as follows
Mrs. Vance Pitman, Saturday,
January 10; Miss Ethel Dill,
Wednesday, January 14; Mrs. V.
A. Kennedy, Saturday, January
17;Mrs. L. D. Hiatt, Wednesday,
January 21; Mrs. Warren Wiley,
Saturday, January 24; Mrs. Alvin
Ramge, Wednesday, January 28;
Miss Hannah Hansen, Saturday,
A New Year's Dinner.
A number of friends gathered
at Mr. Green Piggott's New
Year's day and gave that gentle
man a nleasant surprise. The
ladies came with well filled bas
kets, and oh, my, what a feast.
Promptly at 12 o'clock the gen
tlemen were called to the dining
room to cartake of the delicious
Resldenoe Property for Sale. dinner that the ladies had so
The I. S. White residence daintily nreoared. Mr. Piggott
property in Murray is offered for said it was tne greatest surprise
sale. This is an excellent piece of his i:fe Those present were:
of properly and will be sold r T Royer and family, Charley
right. For particulars call at the RnveP an(j family. John Royer
Murray State Bank, or Mark and famjiy and Earl Lancaster
Will Leave Cass County.
J. T. Porter and John H. Faris,
from near Murray, were in
Plattsmouth Tuesday of Ibis
week making arrangements for
their public sale, which will bo
held on Wednesday, January 21,
at the home of Mr. Porter, in
what is known as the old Flem-
ming place, one mile south and
two miles west of Murray. These
gentlemen have purchased farms
up in Minnesota and are leaving
Cass county, and everything of
fered in the sale will positively
went to South
in Lincoln Monday, returning'
Tuesday on No. 18.
Mr. ami Mrs. Dan Manners of
Havelock spent Sunday with Mrs.
Dan Skinner was doing busi
ness in Omaha Monday and
S. C. Cashner was doing busi
ness in Omaha Tuesday and
C. R. Jordan met with the
county commissioro-rs the f.iro
part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Evans wort
passengers on No. 17 Thursday
evening for Lincoln.
John Elliot and William Atchi
son shipped a carload of hog to
South Omaha Monday.
Mrs. S. C. Boyles was in Uni
versity place paying a isit to
her sister. Mrs. j,,o proutv.
Mr. and Mrs. j. .. Shaffer
spent New Year's day with Fred
Weaver and family at South
John Murley and John Wo.t
shipped a carload of rattlo an I
one of hogs to South Omaha ti
William Casey came in frtm
South Omaha Saturday evening
visited his mother
who is in Verv nmir holih
9 Mil ll
Mrs. Alex Skile- wh..
visiting her daughter. Mrs
Prouty and family, at University
.-lace, returned home Wedned
- - y
Seed Corn for Sale.
I have 40 bushels of good seed
corn for sale at $1.00 per bushel.
J. T. Porter, Murray.
nOil -kc FISTULA Pay 4 After You Aro Cured
ll 1 1 w ujflj system ol treatment, that cures PiU, FUtuU and etbar
Rectal Diseases in a short time, without a surfical operation. No Chloroform
Ether or other feneral anasthetic used. A core raaraateed in erery ease ac
cepted for treatment, and no money to be paid nntd enred. Write lot book ea
bL.,.1 ;... with testimonial of oromineat people who hare been peroaaeotly
R. C. Bailev and Bert Jamison
butchered hogs Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Will Philpot cele
brated their china wedding an
Mr. and Mrs. Satchell spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George Hild.
Mrs. Laura Puis spent the
holidays with home folks, return-! on No. 18
1 iifr .LJii-iii unuuj. i tiMrnrnvP anI Tamil- if
-a m 1 1 : 1 1 tt I o ... " " J
air. ana inrs. imam nunier ruunoy, .eb., came in M,nHi
. ..in ... 1 1 1. . i i - l : . i - " '
oi j'laiismouiu spoilt mo noil-1 isu nis parents Ilev
days with relatives in mis com-IJ.. L. Lptegrove
rniinirv. i ur nrm i f- x r .
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A . . I " - !' I SMO
Unite a numuer rrom this and son. Sidney, return..! t
- 1 1 . . T I -1 - If
community anenueu me rarm-iuay rrom Utica, Neb., where
ers- elevator meeting ai .Murray s pen i iiio holidays.
The German Frauenverien metiwenl i.. r . ' :
: : " ... . . i ..in ue,jay ff ri-p
State W i it.
!., 'n,lnAoliiv T"h .. .. i. : . " 'j't
mg win ne wun mrs. jase nun. Mr. and Mrs. I-M r.--.. ...
A large crowd gathered New South Omaha Sunday to iu
lirui w cc en, me iiuiiic j .nr.iniiii iirs. Jidln lev f -
anami.s. v . ii. ru.s io ceio- ,.asoy. sr.. ts not , K01 health
uruie me mu jior uui uuu iiioi.iv ine preosril time
new jtdi in. i .nr. nti.i vt -., i i- .
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4 r. ..: n. . . i ..i: . . -
i UlJll?.7 wus kivoii m ine tinning Iflfir tinrenl. nl ti
home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. HibllOak. Iowa, this week. Mr F
received a nresenl -,f n
151 t . . uj'llf
uii.T ii iirri ii i m ri a r.n . ,
t- .... V. rt,r.
'. r.vHin will
new car Friday.
Sunday in honor of the lat tor's
birthday anniversary. A large
crowd was in attendance.
Duy your ranoy
th Journal offlc.
Rectal diseases, with testimonials of prominent peopl
eurod 03. TAEnY Beo HnlWInr-Omaaa,
Four gOild Pnlnn.l CM-.
quire ol John Oorder's 1'
tnent Store. p,e"
Oorg-ft E. Perry.
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