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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1914.
Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
You Ran ybur Business
With a Check Book - J&ft
How About Your home 7M
S w I yZzZd&L&'i D ILL Art VK
ILLS, tills, bills nothing but
the head of the family. No
WITKOTJT A CHECK
The running of the home today is a BUSINESS PROPOSITION.
Open a CHECKING ACCOUNT With Us at Once
Four per cent interest on time deposits.
Our deposits are protected by tha State Guaranty Law.
MURRAY STATE BANK
Mrs. Elmer B'M'UYkrr was in
Omaha Thursday of last week.
Anderson !avis lias been on the
k I t fr the pasj few days.
Mrs. Fred Ramge lias been on
the sick for the past week.
Clifford I !" k lias been sick with
summer complaint for the past
Mr. ami Mrs. Will SeyboR were
Mm lay isjf..rs Wednesday
t -ge Lloyd was looking after
-imim IMa! t sun hi t h business last
M. Churchill and wife were
Plattsmouth visitors last, Tues
day ,- en in it.
HI!" Puis autoed to Platts-
ml li f..r a few hours visit last
Miuford A: t "reamer shippi'il a
ear of li.irs to South Omaha
tl ly eening.
V.-ra ami Lawrence Hatched
are i-iting willi their uncle and
family at Nehawka.
John Eaton from south of
I'nioii. has I.mi seriously ill for
! he past few weeks.
Mr. an. I Mrs. 'I. F. Jameson,
ami daughter, of Weeping Water,
were i-ilintr in Murrav last Sun
day. Mr. ami Mrs. Powers have been
i-ilinir in Murray, Iowa, ami'
.Tohii-oM. Neb., for the past few
Ir. H. F. Hi en. lei accompan il
il-n perry to Omaha Tuesday
where Yirril had his tonsils re
Rev. Robb. Hie Christian minis
ter, will arrive in Murray this
week and will fill the pulpit at th'
Christian church next Sur.dav, en
That First Day of School
So prepare get ready to start right, by coming
to this store for
and everything you need a fresh supply just in.
Murray, - -
bills!" frequently is the complaint of
man would think of running his busi-
ECOK. How about YUUK homei
tering upon his year's work in
Murray. It is Imped that there will
be a large aiendance.
Mrs. r.arl Weideinen, of Oreen
woo.l. is visit inir w ith old Murray
friends this week, being a guest at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. ('has.
Mrs. Alvin Long ami children
weiif to Plainview. Nb., this
week, where they will make a visit
with Mis. 1. olio's sister, Mrs.
James Reaves fell from a load
of hay last Tuesday breaking both
bones in bis arm. Ho is fretting
alontr nicely but will be compelled
to tako a rest for a few; weeks.
Ir. J. F. Hrcmb'l and wife, Mrs.
H. I'. Drendel, Misses Maude and
Mabel Nickels of Nebraska City,
autoed to Avoea last Saturday and
spent the day with Dr. Will Dren
del ami wife.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. puis went
lo Durliuslon Junction. Mo., last
Monday, where Mrs. l'uls was left
at the springs for a. few days
where she will receive treatment,
for rheumatism. Mr. luls return
ed home Tuesday afternoon.
Win. Randolph and family de
parted this week for a visit with
friends and relatives in their
old home in Missouri.
Mrs. I.. I . Hiall was a Malls
mouth visitor Sunday and Mon
day of this week, visiting with her
mother, who has been numbered
with the sick for the past few
days. Wyetle Hutclieson is hauling
the material for making numer
ous improvements on his farm
east of Murray. He is making ad
ditions to his resilience, also the
A. J.. Daker was a Plat Ismouth
visitor Monday evening.
Rex. Younfr was a Plattsmouth
visitor Monday evening.
Mrs. A. J.. Daker was a Platts
mouth visitor Wednesday even
(Seorpe Nickels returned home
from his northern trip Friday
II .C. I.onpr was look in jar after
some business matters in IMalts
lien. Nickels was looking after
some business matters in Omaha
Mrs. W. K. Dull and Mrs. Carl
Weidernan spent the day Wed
nesday with Mrs. A. L. Daker.
James Holmes, son Ralph and
Walker (iilmore are up to the
Platte river this week camping
J. D. Slnader has placed in his
shop a complete line of auto
mobile supplies for all makes of
Mrs. Andy Campbell anil Mrs.
Frank Campbell were visiting
with Miss Frances Campbell
Daker & Nickels, the general
Murray hardware men are install
ing a new MeCasky account
system. It is one of the best and
most accurate ways of keeping
accounts in use today.
Otto Fisher, of Cheyenne,
Wyoming, a cousin of Mrs. Wal
ler Creen, was visitinjr at tin
home of Mr. and Mrs. (ireen last
Sumlav. He was accompanied by
Win. Dudi.tr. of Plaltsmoulh.
Mr. A. M. Holmes returnei
from his western trio Monday
evening. Alter attending the as
sembly at Lincoln for a few days
he made a trip to the western pari
of the stale for a few days.
Miss Frances Campbell ha?
been assisting Mrs. Addie
Stokes at the switchboard in tin'
central olliee duilii' the absent
of Miss Freda Deck, who is visit
injr home folks at Flmwood.
Ted Harrows has received hi:
new 11)15 model Maxwell car, am
is well pleased with it. He will de
part Fridav of this week for a
trip to the northern part of th
state where he will make a visit
with his father.
Harry Creamer ami Al Dartletl
returned home from their north
ern trip last Thursday. They tl
not like that part of the world
I hev visited numerous points in
Minnesota and none of them look
pood. A hip: hail storm a few day?
a pro completely killed the crops.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ost am
Mrs. James Drown, who have
been down in Kansas for the past
few days, visiting at the home of
their brother, (Seorjre Derprer, de
parted Tuesday for home. Mr.
Drown will remain a few days
look after his ranch interests.
The little child of Mi, and Mrs
Homer Shrader was quite severely
burned about the arms and body
this week, when it pulled a kettb
of hot vinper from the stove.
spillinp" tin contents over tti
arms and body. While the burn?
were quite severe the little om
is getting- along nicely.
S. (). Pitman and wife returned
home from Racine, Wis., lasl
Monday evening-. They returned in
their car, wiiich looks just tin
same as new. l ne car was com
pletely overhauled, new top and
winu sineiu, ami treated to a new
coat of paint. They had a very
There has been sonic complaint
of late of the boys around Murray
disturbing the peace of the
citizens in various parts of the
town. Some have grown pretty
sore of the pranks of t he boy
ami uiey nan neiier he just a
trifle, on the lookout in the
J. D. Shrader and Dert Philpot
attended the Maxwell Car Co.,
banquet given in Omaha last Fri
day. They were treated to moving
picture view of the Maxwell
factory, showing the manufacture
of the car from the time the ore
was taken from the earth down to
the finished product. They say it
was worth going miles to see.
I have for sale several small
improved acre tracts adjoining
Platsmouth. T. H. Pollock, Tel.
215 8-27-2 twk I v.
FOREST ROSE Best flour on
Tf any of the readers of! the
Journal know of any social
event or Hem of Interest in
this vicinity, and will mail
same to this office, it will ap
pear under tills heading. We
want all news items Editok
Will Accept Nomination.
Ii. J. F. Drendel was nominat
ed for coroner on the Democratic
ticket at the recent primaries,
ami we are informed that, the
dodor will accept and make the
race for the election to the of
fice. There are no belter fellows
in Cass county than Dr. Drendel
and if he is successful at the fall
election he will make an excellent
oflioinl. We hope that he will ac
cept the nomination and make
The following programe will
be given on the lawn of I. s.
Young, for benefit library, Satur
day eening August -Ji.
The Headings by Miss Hazle
Snijlh of Palmyra. Nebraska.
Piana Duett Miss J.yda Todd
ami Mae I.ongbridpe.
Vocal Solo Miss Max Adams.
Piano Solo Miss John llcnd
Piano Solo Miss Mae T.ongh
Vocal Solo Miss Mabel Adam?
The public invited. Refresh
nienls. coll'ee and rolls. Admis
sion 15c and 25c. This include?
Mrs. A. V. Nickels is
slow I v
improving at this writing.
Rohl. (hhmI and wile wert
Omaha visitors Wednosday
ieo. Parks ami wife were at
Omaha Monday on busines
Miss Et la Nickels was looking
after business in Omaha Thurs
The library will be open Sat
urday afternoon and evening Sept
Plan to attend 'be entertain
ment at D. A. Young's Saturday
Frank Dugay and Joe Creamer
were Plattsmouth visitors Sunday
even in g.
C. E. Wilev is looking after
business in Lincoln for the pas
tieorge C. .iekeis was a pas
senger for Omaha Thursday
Prank Rhoiien and wile were
transacting business in Piatt
Come ami spend an enjoyable
evening at. Ihe home of D. A
Young's, Saturday evening Aug
Prof. Aseh ami wife were visit
ing friends in Platsmouth Friday
L,ee Nickels attended the funera
of (iarnet Hartley al Plattsmouth
Rex Young bought a span of
mares of Jas Holmes last week
The team is . a tine one and well
The ladies of the K. X. K. wil
meet with Mrs. W. P. Hutchison
ami daughter. Miss Winnie
Thursday afternoon September .'1
Every member is requested to b
present, important businss to be
Mrs. Nellie Dong and Mrs.
McCullouph entertained for the
benefit of the Missionary society
Fridav afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Dong. Plates were served for
some fifty guests. The afternoon
was a pleasant one and will be
long remembered by all present.
I.ibrarans for the remaining-part
of September will be Mrs. Alerp,
Wed. Sept. )th: Mrs. Margrel
Drendel Saturday Sept. 12; Mrs.
Francis Drendle Wed. Sept.
10; Mrs. Leon'a Doedecker, Satur
day Sept. 19; Mrs. Elmer Doed-
eker. Wednesday Sept. 23; Miss
Nellie Davis Wednesday Sept. 30.
YOU MAY NEED AN
and we want to inform you
that dates can be made
at this office or Murray
State Bank for
Urn. R. Voung
THE MURRAY AUCTIONEER
Careful attention to Public Sales
Rates are Reasonable.
Call at my expense
TELEPHONE NO. 5 N.,
Murray, - - - Nebraska
FUNERAL OF GARNET
HARTLEY. THE MAN KILLED
BY FALL INTO A WELL
The funeral of darnel t Hartley,
the gentleman who was killed by
falling into a well on the William
Nickels farm, near Murray, Sat
urday morning, was held Sunday
afternoon from the undertaking
rooms of Slreight & Streight in
this city. The slate of Ihe injuries
of tin gentleman made the neces
sity of holding the funeral al
once, Jis it was impossible to pre
serve it longer. The funeral was
attended by a number of the close
friends of the gentleman who, by
their presence, attested their deep
feeling of regret af the tragic
death which hail taken him from
them. Al Ihe grave a short burial
service was held by Elder Al
strand of Omaha of the Latter
Day Saints' church, after which
the body was consigned to its last
resting place in Oak Hill ceme
tery. The family of the gentle
man wer unable to attend tin
funeral, as they reside in West
Virginia, and the journey could
not be made in time to be present.
The death of Mr. Hartley came as
a great shock to everyone in the
city ami especially to those who
knew him besl, as be was a man
whom everyone that knew him
esteemed verv highly.
TWO VALUABLE FARMS
IN CASS COUNTY SELL
From Wednesday's Dally.
Yeslerdav afternoon one of the
largest lain! deals I lint has been
consuiiiated in this city for sonn
time was closed by T. H. Pollock,
the real estate man of this city,
when he conducted the nepota
tions that resulted in the sab o
Ihe line 2noacr farm
Henry C Long, a mile and a half
west of Murray, lo Halph M. Wib
for the sum of syo.-HiO. This
farm is one of the finest in that
section of the county and is well
improved in every way.
(ilcn S. lies also secured a
fine farm, having purchased th
farm of Ralph M. Wiles, two miles
southwest of this city, for 833,
000. The farm of Mr. Wiles con
sists of 2 in acres and is linely
improved. In making these deals
there was some 8 5.000 involved,
and Mr. Pollock naturally feel
well pleased over the success of
the sales, ami both the sellers and
purchasers of the farms feel that
they have been treated most fair
ly in every way.
All those interested in the
Wm. Young cemetery are request
ed to meet at the cemetery on
Tuesday morning, September t,
for tin' purpose of clearing off the
grass, straightening- up tomb
stones and beautifying- the
grounds. Please bring your din
ners and come prepared to stay
all day. Ry order of the president,
S. (. Latta.
1). A. Young, Secretary.
Several desirable Cass county
farms for sale. T. H. Pollock,
Plattsmouth, Tel. 215.
TmJ. W-.t.ti. i" i-i-VV
Mr. and Mrs. James Tilson re
turned Saturday after a weeks
sit with parents in Cedar county
Mrs. Herman (iansemer and
children of Hartington are visit
ing willi old lime friends in this
locality this week.
Quite a number of friends and
relatives were ttie guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Puts Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. August Engelke-
meier spent sunuay at ine nome
1 II. TL
of Mr. and Mrs. William Puis.
siirnrise party was given at
the home of Mr. Julius J'.ngelke-
nieier Saturday night in honor of
Miss Sosa' birthday.
Mrs. W. II. Puis left Monday for
Turlington, Mo, to take treatment
Will and Louie Puis, Alfred
Kansmier, rniz l,uiz iuuk in me
. . , A T-i ..
gas traction snow n riumunu
List your farms with me. I have
buyers for good Cass county land.
The Time Will Soon Be Here
when you will need that new Heater. We want to
call your attention to the Favorite
Round Oak Heaters,
and Room Heaters
There are no better Steves and heating plants on the
market than the Round Oak.
BAKER & NICKELS,
Murray, - Nebraska
We are adding to our harness line as rapidly as the
RESIGN IN BODY
Premier Viviani Immediately
Forms New Cabinet.
Taris, Aug. 27. The French minis
ters under Premier Viviani presented
tlicir resignations collectively to Pres
ident Poincare because they believed
that in the present circumstances the
ministry should have a wider scope
and comprise the best of all republican
Premier Viviani, at the request of
President Poincare, immediately
formed a new cabinet, in which Alex
andre Millerand took the place of
Adolphe Mcsimy as minister of war
and Theophile Delcasse assumed the
portfolio of foreign affairs, which pre
viously was held by M. Viviani him
self. The new cabinet includes Pre
miers Briand, Boumergue and Ribot.
(5. IJaur and Cfias. Snider were
in Ithaca Monday.
iur. ami .urs. jiarry uavis re
turned Sunday from their week's
vacation in Iowa.
.-iiss i.eia jiruonaiu was in
South Uend Monday.
. O. (Jilespie and wife, and
Will McNamara and wife motored
to Omaha Saturday.
I he Missess Nellie and Jessie
Hush went to Omaha Sunday to
lake up nurse training.
Mrs. I-rank Jioali was called lo
her sister's bedside Monday, who
is in an Omaha hospital with a
Mrs. Maggie Lett of Council
I 'lulls is visiting at the Amquest
home this week.
1 tie Missess Nellie and Jessie
Hush entertained a number of
their girl friends lo a house
party Saturday. evening.
We were sorry to hear that
Miss Clara Stroy was taken to an
Omaha hospital tine day last
week, hopes are for her recovery
Miss Anna Amquest. returned
from Lincoln Monday to stay until
the first of September, where she
will leave for Chicago to lake up a
course in the Illinois training
eh 00 1.
FOR SALE Eighteen, well
cultivated up-to-date farms.
under irrigation, in Box Butte
county, Nebraska. Do not delay
but write at. once, for full dis-
cription. Windham- Investment &
Loan Co., Plattsmouth, Neb.
Money to loan on Cass county
farms. T. H. Pollock, Plattsmouth
Tel. 215 8-27-2twkly.
FOR SALE Nice pair of 2-
year-old bay mare colts; they are
good. Come and see them. J. W.
Holmes, Murray Neb.
Get the Molting
Molting time is lost time mere
to pay the feed bills. .- "
Get it over Feed a good full ration
9.1r. nVo-. to251b. tiail at
It's a gentle. Invigorating tonic just
Pratr Lice tuner ztc. to fi.uu
und all "Pratta Product are guaranteed satisfaction or
91 Have you Prattm Poultry Book 160 pagetfj
PUT THAT SURELY
Every Member an Artist, Giving
Nightly Performances That
Are Worthy of Patronage.
The Moore-I'ddinors Slock com
pany last evening more than
pleased the large audience willi
their production of the beautiful
story of Mary J. Holmes, '"Lena
Rivers," and the manner in which
the different characters were car
ried out reflected great credit up
on the members of the slock com
pany, who are as good as any that
have yet appeared in this city, and
despite the fad that they are
showing in the open air, gave fine
expression to their acting. This
is alwaj's a very pleasing play,
and in the hands of the clever
ladies and gentlemen composing
the stock company was most in
teresting from start to finish. The
extremely cool weather of the
past few days has had a tendency
to keep many from attending the
Air Dome, but those who have not.
seen the stock company should
make it a point to attend before
the engagement is terminated
here. On Friday evening they
will produce their feature play,
"St. Klnin," one of Ihe well known
American dramas that, has thrill
ed millions of American theater
goers. The vaudeville numbers
given between acts last evening at
the show were all first-class and
the. best that has been given so
far and the members of the com
pany contributing to this part of
the evening's entertainment are
to be congratulated on their
cleverness. The company will re
main here for the balance of the
For Sale at Bargain.
Residence property, three
blocks of ground, four-room cot
tage in good shape. New im
provements. Good barn and out
buildings. Everything first-class
and up-to-date. Easy to reach
business section. Will take $2,
000 if taken soon. Write or in
quire 01 II. J. Adams, Nebraska
Try a sack of Forest Rose flour.
Your money refunded if not sat
FOR SALE Pure bred Duroc-
Jersey boars. The red hog. The
hog of vigor. Pedigrees fur
bished. Prices right. See me
at Mynard. V. Ti. Porter.
are no eggs with which
' v .tm ...
and be Bure to include
what the hens need.
T. H. Pollock, Plattsmouth.
For Sale by r
J. V. EGENBERGER, Plattsmouth.
the market. Sold by all leading
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