The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, August 20, 1914, Page PAGE 6, Image 6

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Murray Department
Prepared in the Iuterest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
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THE PROGRESSIVE MANAGEMENT of this tank is proud of the
fact that it is founded on certain STRONG FOUNDATION
STONES, some of which the artist has drawn here. Our endeavor
is to treat AIL CLASSES ALIKE with banking EFFICIENCY and
SAFETY. We try to lend money on all DESERVING ENTERPRISES
and extend FINANCIAL SERVICE of ALL KINDS to the business
men of this territory. We are glad to do business here.
Four per cent interest on time deposits.
Our deposits are protected by UP State Guaranty Law.
I Id Sli .MiiakT : 1 1 I I ir. I'.it'inli'I
;intt i ( om;ili;i Widn'sday all-
i n h i ii .
. ;. l: .t iJ.'lv.T has Immmi sullVr
i 1 1 fi.r I In- pa-l few days with inn
i f . ".- f(s nil his hand.
Mr. II. i. l-nnu' and daughters.
.Mi-s Truda and .Mrs. It'duTi
Iii:iIt. wriv Omaha isilirs mi
l'u-la .
'Mi only Ihinir lhal ir iMih-d
making tin ( ) I I S't I l'is" picnic
vim-iii lik- Ihf a I Ihinir four
inch. . ..f li':h dii-t ami a hi'-di
Mr. and .Mrs. IM .Ii '.. wlm
ha' hffii liinu "ii th I 'cvi-rid-'
j. lac.-. . -It Tu--day fur 15uU'al
-utity. v.Imm' Kd will Iry farming
ii t yar.
I. I.. Yoinur and family of
.Ini. l-'. .., ln haw hern
iilini: with .Mr. I tt I i for Ihf
pat w -k, i-luiin-d home Monday
;or' It.'nv. M, lal' of I'coria,
Illinois, hid now of Omaha, was
i-ilinir !ri nd in Murray Sunday
in company with hi lu " in i -in-Jaw
. 'riioiiu.s Kul .
Wiiiiam Sp.r-r and vif lc Tlmr-day of this w-k for
a two w-.-k-" iit at Kansas City.
l."!'i i '.oor;io Springs and
s. i- fi points iii I In- wot.
Jam-s 4 !:im !'! I and family.
:oin l:looint!i-!.l. .N'ch.. arrived in
Mm ray la-l Thursday, where lln-y
will spend a few weeks vi-iling
villi friends and relatives.
John Jenkins, our nhlum ch-rk.
and Arnold Molt were passengers
! Omaha Wednesday, John
went to Omaha to yet his motor
ec!e. where he had ii for repairs.
.'!i:d Arnold lo visit with relatives.
They all ask
for the same kind of pant than we do. A good
tough, long wearer made of Bedford cord
goods, at
They can't be beat at
tfWe are paying 13-cents
Call us up if you have
Murray, - - - Nebraska
Mrs. (irace Chambers was visit
ing Murray friends this week.
W. i:. Jenkins ami W. A. Scott
were Omaha isitors Monday, go
ing hy aulo.
J. V. Jell inS of SI. Joseph is
in Murray this week looking after
some business mailers.
:harl-s ltoyer. who has 1 n
piite sick for the past few weeks,
is not impro in;r very rapidly.
James lUown and wife and
Henry o-t ami wife started on
their auto .journey to Kansas last
(I. M. Min ford and Searl Davis
ami Will .Al in ford w ent lo Fremont
Tuesday morning', where they will
attend Ihe tractor engine meeting.
(eorgc Nickels departed Wed
nesday morning for Fremont and
Leigh. At Fremont he will attend
the tractor engine meeting and
villisil friends al Lei.uh.
Charles Schwab shipped a car
load of rattle Wednesday morn
ing to South Omaha. He drove to
Omaha in his car and was on the
market at the time they were sold.
Julius Pit, rounty ronimis
ioiier, was looking over the road
conditions in the iciuiiy of Mur
ray Monday. We are to :! a r I
road from the White line west,
with pi luidp es.
llev. liohh failed to arrive here
last Sunday lo till his pulpit at
the church on account of a motor
cycle accident, in which he was
thrown from tin1 machine and
broke his nose. He will be in
Murray one week from next Sun
day at the Christian church. Dr.
Ii. F. Hrendel will deliver a talk al
Ihe rhurrh next Sunday on "Tem
perance." more
the price.
per pound for lard.
poultry for sale.
William Rico was a l'lat tsniouth
visitor last Friday.
H. C. Hailey and mother were
Omaha visitors Monday evening.
deorj-'e F.nrelkcineier drove his
new Marion into Murray Sunday.
Henry Creamer has been num
bered with lh' sick for Ihe past
few 1 1 ays.
'I he utile baby of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Mrasek lias been quite sick
for. the past week.
Andy Campbell, who has been
sick for some time, is reported as
irnproNinp- this week.
Mrs. William Unman has hern
quite sick for the past few days
with slmnach trouble.
Misses Mabel and Maude Nick
ids til' Nebraska City are visiiin?
rl Ihe Brendel hnme this week.
Miss .Maude Itusterhull lias
been quite sick for the past week,
but is improving some at this
.Air. and Mrs. Frank (iobelinan
of Plat tsniouth were. Sunday
iruesls al Ihe home of Mr. ami
Mrs. I.. I). Hiatt.
Will Randolph, belter known as
Missouri Dill," departed Wed
nesday uiorninir on a trip to his
old'hoine in Missouri.
Charles Heed and Hymn Reed
and family of Plat t sinout h were
Sunday isilors at the home of
Mrs. Kniss, east of Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. Powers will p
from Murray to Weeping Watei
where Mr. powers takes the see
oud trick nosit inn w ith the M. p
Joyce and .lay sniilli, son ant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. p. D
Smith, also Miss Oussie Holme?
of Wausa. are visit inir this wee
with Murray friends and relative?
The little child of Mr. and .Mr?
Alfred Dean died Tuesday even
hi". The little one was only
about on week old. They hav
the svinpathv nf the entire rnm-
Mr. and Mrs. S. (). Pitman, win
have ie uti at Racine, is., im
Ihe past few weeks with their autt
at the farlnry for a new mat n
paint and repairs, are experte
home this mining week.
Arthur Yountr, who has been
visit i 1 1 lt w ith home folks for tin
past few weeks, departed Thurs
day of (his week fnr his home in
Canada. Durfou Younjr will re
turn home to spend the wiutei
with his mother.
Lee Kniss and A. L. Baker wen
iu Omaha Monday evening at
lenump: me .K-sar-itcn. i uesuay
they went to Fremont, returninir
to Omaha in the evening, wherf
Ihey attended the merchant:
festivities at Carter lake.
Mrs. (Jaleu Rhodeu went t
Kansas cny last sumiav evening
where she will consult a speriali?
in regard lo the illness from
whirh she ha?-, been sufTerinjr
She was accompanied by her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. X. W. Shrader
L. Younjr and family depart e
i uesuay mr ineir iinine neai
Cderile. Mrs. Yountr has been
visit ins? home folks for several
weeks, nd John came down last
Friday and attended the Old Set
tlers' picnic. John is well pleased
wilh northern Nebraska, ami has
een very prosperous in the line
of rattle feed in jr.
Charles Spangrler has been experiencing-
a prreat deal of trouble
in securing a frond well on his
farm. For the past few weeks
Ihey have been sinking one, and
have found no water at a depth of
sixty feet. While blasting through
clay and rock this week the walls
c aved in and now the work will
have to start anew.
Walter Hamilton celebrated his
birthday last Sunday by his par
ents entertaining a number of
friends in honor of the occasion.
Mrs. Hamilton's sister and bus
bad from La Platte were present,
also a number of Walter's friends
from Murray. The affair was a
very pleasant one to all in attend
ance. Mrs. Hamilton had pre
pared an excellent dinner for the
The contract for heating Ihe
High school was awarded this
week to Baker & Nickels. The
specifications call for two Round
Oak furnaces; also one of the
best systems of ventilation will
be installed with this plant. The
air in the rooms will be com
pletely changed in from 12 to 15
minutes. This insures a constant
current of fresh moist air.
If any of the readers of the
Journal know of any social
event or Item of Interest in.
this violnity. and will mall
same to this office. It will ap
pear under this headinir. We
want all news items Editor
J. W. Holmes and son, Ralpl
were Platlsuinuth visitors Mori
Mr. and Mrs. Mark While were
Plattsmouth visitors Tuesday
H. C. Long was looking after
some business matters in Plaits-
mouth Monday
I). C. Rhodeu an. I Jesse R. Mc-
Yev were IMatl sniout h visitors on
Tuesday evening.
Jesse R. McYey has been visit
ing for the past few days with his
numerous Murray friend
Pete Campbell was looking af
ler some business matters in
Plattsmouth Tuesday
e understand that there ai f
some chicken Ihieves in Murray,
at least chickens are being stolen,
and it is believed that it is the
work of home talent.
I.oren D. Root and family of
Ilershy, Neb., spent a few days last
week visit inir w ith his uncle, B. A
Root. Mr. Root is superintendent
of the Ilershy city school?
Dr. Ii. A. Root, wife and son, of
York, are here making a short
visit with Mr. Root's falher, B. A.
Root, they are en route from a
visit down in Tulsa, Okla.. where
thev hav' been visiting with a
brother of Mrs. Root.
Rex Young, the Murray auc-
t ioueer.
was looking, after some
business in Plattsmouth Tuesday
afternoon. As will be seen by his
advertisement in another column
of Ibis paper. Rex is already out
for business in this line. He ha?
had several years' experience now
ami has sure been making good.
Hold-Up of Melon Patch.
Thero was quite an exciting
scene over near the Frank Moore
melon patch last Sunday evenin
at which time a friendly visit was
made to the said patch by some
midnight intruder that wanted a
limited number of Mr. Moore's
melons, but not without warning
In the owner nf their intention.
Near the midnight hour Mr. Moore
and his helper on the farm heard
the boom of a cannon down near
the patch, and supposing that they
ha.l a visitor they immcdiately
procecded in the opposite direr
lion from what the intruder sup
posed they would, and lay in
waiting in Ihe darkness of the
fence, for him to mine along.
When the gentleman made his exit
from the melon patch he was com
manded to throw up his hands.
and lie was relieved of almost all
his '-valuables," a division
which was made between Mr.
Moor' and his helper. The melons
h.ive no value to Mr. Moore, and
after the visitor had paid the loll
he was permitted to go on his way
rejoicing, with whatever quantity
of Ihe melniis he had in his pos-
sessinn. We do know that he did
not. get them all. for Mr
made the Journal olhee a present
of a small one Monday morning
weighing a trifle over forty
pounds. The visitor did riot rare
to bother with such small ones as
Original Mutz Family Reunion.
There will be a family reunion
at the old Johnnie Mutz home
stead, at Eight Mile (Srove, on
August 2S, 11)11, (known now as
the Peter Perry place), and
through the columns of the Jour
nal a cordial invitation is extend
ed to all old and new friends who
care lo come, bring their dinners
and sDend the day with them. The
family will be pleased lo meet all
dd and new friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Tutt, who
lave been spending the past two
weeks at the Minnesota lakes, re
turned last Sunday evening. They
eport a very pleasant time, en-
oying excellent fishing and a fine
Finger Amputated.
Will Friedrich. a brother of
Nick Friedrich, had two of his
lingers badly mangled in the pully
of a hay fork on the Adam Schafer
place, six miles west of Murray,!
hursday evening. In assisting
he Schafer brothers with I heir
alfalfa hay Will accidentally put
lis hand on the hay fork rope and
the fingers of his Hand were
rawn under the rope, thus in
flicting a verv nainful injury. He
was brought to Murray, where Dr.
(ilmore amnulated one of his
fingers. Will will be layed up fori
some time with his crippled hand.
In the Heating Business.
Baker & Nickels, the Murray
hardware men, were given the
contract for the heating plant for
the new school house in Murray.
Two large Round Oak heaters will
be installed in the building, which
will be under the supervision of
Mr. A. I... Baker under the direc
tion of an Omaha engineer, who
will assist Mr. Baker in the in
stallation. Mr. Baker has had a
great deal of experience in the
heating plant business in former
years and Ihe firm stands readv lo
fully guarantee all work of this
sort. There are no better heat
ing plants than the Round Oak,
and there is not Ihe slightest
dnubl but, that the entire system
will give perfect satisfaction.
Baker & Nickels are making a
specialty of the heating plant, sys
tem and are handling the best
there is.
Outdoor Program.
The Library association will
give an oiMuoor program on me
lawn of D. A. Young Saturday
evening, August 29. Miss Hazel
Smith of Palmyra, Neb., will give
the body of the program. The
music will be given by Mrs. John
Hendricks. Misses Mae I.ough
ridge, Lyda Todd and Ogla Min
ford and Mable Adams. Ice
cream and eke will be served.
Prof. John Prince of Ihe state
university dramatic department
says: "Miss Smith's second year
post, graduate shows great talent
in the art. of reading. She has
unusual ability and grace.
Kugene Knox of Nebraska Wes
leyan says: "I most highly rec
ommend her to Ihe public as a
. i 1 .o.
most laienieu reaoer. mic is
especially strong in humorous se
I lections, but a master of dramal ic
pi t.
Attends Reunion in Kansas.
John W hiteman, lroni near
Nehawka, spent several days last
week down in Kansas visiting with
obi friends and relatives. He at
tended the Whiteman family re
union at Stockton, Kansas, at
which there, were twenty-seven
members of the family present,
including three sisters of Mr.
Whiteman whom lie had not seen
for several years. The affair was
a very pleasant one to Mr. White-
man, and he enjoyed the visit with
old friends and relatives. He re
turned home last Friday evening.
Cemetery Notice.
AH those interested in the
Win. Young cemetery are request
ed to meet at the cemetery on
Tuesday morning, September 1,
for the purpose of clearing off the
grass, straightening up loniD-
tones and beautifying the
grounds. Please bring your din
ners and come prepared to stay
all day. By order of the president,
S. a. Lal la.
I). A. Young, Secretary.
Annual Picnic.
The annual picnic of the Unit
ed Prrsbyterian Sunday school
will be held at Mr. Dave Young's
grove Thursday, August. 27. Con-
vevances lor tne grounus win
leave the church at 10:453 a. m.
sharp. Swinks will be placed and
there will be various kinds of
games and races. Come, brinj
vour lunch and have a good time.
Peaches Almost Ripe.
We will receive orders now for
peaches, as the crop will soon be
ready for market. '1 he quality is
excellent, but the crop light, so
nlace vour orders early. II. L,
Oldham, Murray, Neb.
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l.adleal Amu jm
4'hl-rbes-tera ltla
J'llla in Brd
hum. sealed '
T.L. h nlktfkp. KnT i
IH-nalt- AikforCIII-ClfEH-TERS
years k nown as liest. Safest. Always Reliable
and we want to inform you
that dates can be made
at this office or Murray
State Bank for
17m. R. Voung
Careful attention to Public Sales
Rates are Reasonable.
Call at my expense
Murray, - Nebraska
r irrBHiiii tor i
nd Hold anetallicXW
ritit Glue Ribbon. W
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Right Mow is Gang Plow Soason
And we want to tell you that we
are handling
and The J. D. ASE
Also the John Deere and Iron Clad Wagons
We will soon have a line of the high
grade BERG BUGGIES that we
wish you to call and see when they
Murray, -
Make Surprise Ad
vance on Belgians.
Air Scout Discovers Enemy and
Invaders Retire. .
Teuton Cavalry Enter Suburbs
of Antwerp.
London, Aug. 20. The advance of
German troops around and above
Brussels and even into what are prac
tically the suburbs of Antwerp is in
dicated in Reuter dispatches from Ant
werp, which report that German cav
airy has been encountered near Ileren-
thals, fifteen miles east of Antwerp,
and also near Turnhout, which is
twenty-four miles northeast of Ant
werp and close to the Dutch frontier.
A Brussels dispatch to the Havas
agency say that according to The Peo.
pie the Germans again attacked Diest.
Thej- appeared to have come back in
force and bombarded the town, whose
inhabitants fled in terrior.
rue German artillery also is re
ported to have bombarded Tirlemont.
Another Havas dispatch from Brus
sels, sent in very vague form, leads
to the belief that the German cavalry
mado a surprise advance close to the
Belgian positions defendingBrussels.
They encamped for the night, but a
Belgian aviator discovered their po
sition and revealed it to headquarters
in time. Cavalry waa hurried forward
and after some marching and counter-
marchlne the Germans retired.
Gain Both Banks.
A Havas dispatch from Brussels
gives an official communication con
cerning the present state of the field
operations in Belgium.
'After having lost much time and
a great number of men, and, besides,
important wfcr material," the commu
nication says, "The Prussian right
wing has succeeded In gaining on both
banks of the Muese.
'The German troops on the north
bank of the Meuse comprise sections
of different army corps, whose efforts
have been directed toward the capture
of Liege, and who are now disengaged.
Get the' Molting
' Molting time is lost time tnere
to Dav tne leea diiis. p -
Get it over Feed a good full ration
25c. pkst. to 25 lb. pall at
It' a gentle. Invigorating- tonic jut
PrgSJ lace Kiuer
and all Prmtta Products are guaranteed aatiafaction or
, money back. . .
91 Hav you PratU Ftndtm Book 160 pagft
For Sale by
There also are bodies of cavalry,
thanks to which the Germans have
been able to make considerable dis
turbance, and extend themselves north
and south.
"On the south the allied Belgian and
French armies have been able to re
pulse them, but on the north, on the
contrary, they have had a free field
and could penetrate in small bodies
far into the country.
Waste Fifteen Days.
"In a word, the Germans have taken
a number of our positions, but have
wasted fifteen days in arriving at this
result, which is greatly to the honor
of our army. It is not a question of
single battle evolutions ,or captures
of certain parts of the country or of
towns. These matters are secondary
In regard to the object assigned our
troops in the general dispositions.
This aim cannot be revealed.
"Fighting is proceeding on the
whole front, extending from Basle.
Switzerland, to Diest, Belgium, and in
these numerous contacts the more the
opposing armies approach each other
and the nearer come the deciding bat
tles, the more one must expect to hear
of an advantage on this side and of
yielding on that.
"In operations so vast and with
those engaged using modern arms, too
great attention must not be paid to
the operations in our immediate vicin
ity. An evolution ordered In a partic
ular previously determined aim Is not
necessarily a retreat.
Delay an Advantage.
"The engagements of the last few
days have had the results of render
ing our adversaries very circumspect.
The delay of the enemy's advance had
the greatest advantage for our general
plan of operation.
"There is need for us to play Into
the hands of the Germans. That Is
the motive of the movement now be
ing carried out. Far from being beat
en, we are making arrangements ror
beating the enemy under the best pos
sible conditions. The public should In
this matter place full confidence in
the commander of the army and re
main calm, and trustful of the out
come of the struggle, not doubtful.
Meanwhile the newspapers should ab
stain from mentioning the movement
of troops. Secrecy is essential to the
success of our operations.'
Falling Off In Imports.
New York. Aug. 20. Customs house
reports made public show that im
ports since the beginning of the Euro-
pean war have decreased immensely.
Imports for the week of July 18 were
more than $3,000,000 above the figures
for the week of Aug. 8, the last to be
Opposed to Liquor Tax.
Topeka, Aug. 20. Asking thera to
unite in vigorous opposition to any
effort to increase the federal tax on
iquors, a call was sent to 17,000 pas
ors of Methodist churches in the Unit-
ad States from the ofiflces here of the
general secretary of the temperance
society of the Methodist church.
FOR SALE Pure bred Duroc
Jersey boars. The red hog. The
hog of vigor. Pedigrees fur
nished. Prices right. See me
at Mynard. W. B. Porter.
FOR SALE Nice pair of 2-
year-old bay mare colts; they are
good. Come and see them. J. W.
Holmes, Murray Neb.
Over Quickly
are no eggs witn whicfc
a- tmm r
and be sure to include
what the hena need.
V. EQENBERQER, PlatUmouth.
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