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PLATTSMOUTH CEIY1I-WEEXLY JOURNAL.
THURSDAY, OEPT. 3, 1314.
Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
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ILLS, bills, bills nothing but bills!" frequently is the complaint of
th head of the family. No man would think of running his busi
ness WITHOUT A CHECK BOOK. Hove about YOUH hornet
The running of the home today is a EUSLNESS PROPOSITION.
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Four per cent interest on time deposits.
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MURRAY STATE BAKIK
Cha- I iuiit'i- wa- a county seat
i - if r Sal urday.
Mr. Cha-. Sehwab made a
iu-iiie-s trip In I'lai t .-mouth
Mr-. I av .t-h was t ran.-aet incr
l.i:-in-s- la-t Friday at I'lai ls-
Mr. and Mr. John Hohschcidt
wi'iv i-it itii: friend- in I'lalts
t i i 1 1 1 1 1 I,i-i Sunday.
I.. !. Hiatt wa- looking after
- !ii hu.-ir.e-- matters in I'lall:
n:-utli Tue-day e t-niii'-.
Mir--.- Uo-e aiiti Mac Croamer
We-- til.' gtle-ts of Mis. I..
IMi"'iTi a few day- la.-t week.
ll-iMi Ninons, from near
1'iatl-MiMtitli. is visiting with her
aunt. Mr-. K. S. Tu'.l in .Murray.
Mr. an. I Mrs. L. I. Hiatt wort
Plat i.-in.'iii h visitors la-l Sii'id ay
-j.'-ixiinu tlif .lay v. illi Mr.-. Iliatl's
lauu'r; Fitch, the uiayiK- of
K-:.t-lia. wa- looking after illat:e
!u-iii'ss in I'latt.-uiiiiiDi las Sat
iir.lay. -v. Clark and mother went
vt l Re. Oak. nv;i, Monday
cn:n- win-re llicy will make a
lew d'i i-it.
Mr-. .1. I). Shrader and daughter
Mi-.- l-alif-l wore in Omaha a few
day- ih' pa.-t. week, visiting with
friend- and relatives.
L T. Hrendel and wile and
I'llnef Hoedeker and wife -pent
tin- day Monday along the Mis--oiiri
rier iNhing and camping.
Mr-. V. P.. retiirne, liome
Tuesday fr om I'laltsmoulh hert
-lie had been visiting her hrolhcr
.Mr. and Mr-. John Rutherford.
:!ia- iliatl of ll at ts,,,oul h. was
a Murray jsjtor lasl Sundav
That old school yard
rough, and you'll need a
boy or girl, and we believe
9 to 12 fj
I2y2 to 4 (i
Friday, September 4th, we will pay the follow
ing prices for poultry m trade:
Hens 13c per lb.
Springs 13c " "
Murray, - -
spending the day with his mother.
Mis. M. Iliatt. who lias been quite
-irk for the pa.-t few days.
Elmer llallstrom was visiting
witli I'la'it.-inouth friends last
I. . F. Filch and wife were gue.-ts
of Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Queen in
Plattsmouth last Saturday.
Jess Hendricks and family of
IM.iinview. are in Murray and
icinity this week visit ins: with re
i es and friend.
F. L. Rhoden and wife ami Miss
Etta Nickels and T. J. Klciiini
were attendinur the show at the
IMattsmoiiih Aid lome last Salur
day e fiiintr.
James Hoot, of Lincoln, arrived
in Murray la-t Saturday evening,
for a few days visit with relatives
and friends. Ho returned home
H'ednesday morn in g.
F.oh (Jood ainl family made an
automobile trip up to Cedar
county this week where they will
.-peiid a few days v i-it ing w ith re
lit i es ;i ud friend-.
II. C I iii' and wife and Hold.
Shrader are visiting with friends
up in Holt county this week,
where they also have some hus
inrss matters to look after.
Jleorye Shields houhl I)r. fiil
more's Ford auto this week.
Oeore ;ivs his horses have been
traveling too slow for him. We
understand the doctor will pur
chase a new runabout.
Mrs. F. I). Hiait attended the
Mut family reunion last week,
and took several pictures of the
family, also one ((f the j-Toup of
th-e in attendance. They are ex
ceptionally fine photos, larpe ami
every person in the proup is a
Perfect likeness. Mrs. Hiatt oer-
the First Bell.
is going to be mighty
new pair of shoes for the
we have the best school
- . Nebraska
tainly understands Hie photo
work in this line.
Floyd Lewis was a Plattsmouth
visitor last Saturday.
r.randma Hiatt has been sick
for the past few days.
Mrs. Lute Kanard has been
numbered with the sick for the
past few days.
Mrs. Russell from near Union,
has been on the sick list for the
past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Rhoden were
visit inr w it h friends in Perlin and
Dunbar last Sunday.
Park Chriswi-ser was lookine
after some business matters in
Little son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
CJine has been on Hie sick list
for l lie pa-t few days.
Will Richardson, the merchant
prince of Mynard. was a Murray
visitor Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Haker enter
tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. James Root, of Lincoln.
Mrs. Cuzie Haker from OWeill,
Nebraska, is visitinir at the home
of her brother, H. L. Oldham and
The Misses Marjrie and Marie
Shrader are visiting with friends
and relatives down in Otoe county
Miss Rowena I'ollard. one of
the teachers in the Murray school
last year, spent several days in
and around Murray this week.
Horn to Mr. and Mis. Jeo.
Shrader. on Monday August 31, a
baby hoy. Hoth mother and little
one are ettin aloup nicely.
Mrs. Wm. LaRue and daughter,
Mrs. Fail Tannie departed last
Thursday for a few days visit
with friends and relatives over in
J. W. Holmes departed Wednes
day morning for Dallas City, III.,
and will drive his car home, which
has been in the factory receiving a
new coat of paint.
Chas. Sans, CJlen Hoedeker and
wife. Miss Heulah Sans, and Miss
Oarrison. of Union, motored to
Omaha Wednesday morning in
the auto of Mr. Hoedeker.
M. (i. Churchill bouirht a mihty
tine second hand Reiral auto down
at Julian this week, ft is a five
passenger car and one of the best
the ReKl company ever built.
Col. Jenkins and mother, Mrs. J.
W. Jenkins went up to Rosalie.
Neb., last Friday where they are
spending a few days visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Jenkins. The trip , was made in
Mrs. Stephen Haylor. mothor of
Oscar Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Harve
Taeket, a sister, and younper
brother Henry, all from Tabor,
fovva. were here and attended the
funeral of Oliver Lloyd Tuesday
eveniiifr, beinsr here since the
drowning of the younp: man Sun
C. It. Harris and Mr. Copen
haver returned home from their
Minnesota trip this week, where
they made a brief visit with the
families of John Porter, John
Farris and Sieve Copeiihaver.
They report the Cass county
colony as doinp- line in the way of
fioful health, but crop conditions
were very poor tins year.
Tuesday of Ibis week was
cleaning day at. the library in
Murray, and the building was
privon a thorough renovating. Mr.
and Mrs. S. O. Pitman, Mrs. O. A.
Davis. Misses Pauline and Fay
Oldham, Mrs. Tessie Copeiihaver
and Mrs. Addie Stokes were among
the number that did the pood work
of cleaning- up for the winter.
They all look dinner with Mrs.
(lien Perry, Chas Spanf;!er, S. O.
Pitman, Chas. Hoedeker, Dr. "il
more, and S. (1. Lalta drove their
aulos down to the Larsh home
east of Union last Sunday with
their fafniilies and as many,
friends as they were abb' to ac
commodate, where a very pleasant
days outins" was enjoyed by all.
The Larsh farm is one of the
beautiful spots of Cass county for
a days outing.
Miss Esther Rice entertained a
large number of her young friends
at the pleasant home of her
parents last Saturday evening.
The affair was the most enjoy
able occasions for the young
people given in this section for
some time. There were about
If any of the readers of the
Journal know of any social
event or item of Interest In
this vicinity, and will mail
same to this office, it will ap
pear under this headintr. We
want all news items Editor
seventy-five young people in at
tendance and numerous out-door
eranies were played. Ice cream and
cake were served.
;eorg Hunt, of Holton, Kan
sas, is in Murray this week visit
ing at the home of his aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Shrader. The young
man met with a very serious ac
cident Monday morning. He in
tended to return home Monday
morning, and in running to the
depot to catch the train one of the
boards in the sidewalk flew up in
such a manner as to trip him,
and he fell to the ground striking
his hand on a nail, which tore a
very ugly gash in the palm of
his hand, one that required
several stitches to close up, and
tie has since been under the
W. (J. Hoedeker and Ted Har
rows and family, drove up to
Magnet and other northern Neb
raska points last Friday, where
Mr. Harrows visited his parents.
Olen made a brief visit with his
sister, Mrs. J. L. Young, at Cole
ridge, and returned home Monday
evening on the train. Ted will re
main several days. The trip was
made in the new Maxwell car of
Prof. Sterns of Harvard.
Proi. Fred H. Stearns of Har
vard, ww ho is doing archeological
research work for the Pcabody
museum, is now located on the
Elba Dobson place near Nehawka,
where he and his party are ex
ploring some old Indian earth
lodges. Some flint implement
and a pavement of pottery are
found on the floor of these build
ings, fn one was found a small
species of Indian corn well pre
served. Monday Stearns and his
party came through Murray to
make some preliminary investiga
tions on the river bluffs. At Mur
ray they were joined by Dr. Oil
more, who tgok them to the top of
Queen Hill, just north of Rock
Hlufl's. Here on the crest of this
high bluff is located an ancient
mound discovered by Dr. Oilmore
in 1012. The first opening made
in the mound uncovered a human
skeleton, and all the bones ex
cept the head was saved. The head
could not be found in the mound.
In pre-historic. limes of this earth
as Prof. Sterns sets forth, in
cases of death, the skull is carried
away by the family and kept as
a bourse decoration. Prof Stearns
will spend a week in Rock HlufTs
making a more thorough invest
igation of Iheso pre-historic
Peaches Almost Ripe.
We will receive orders now for
peaches, as the crop will soon be
ready for market. The quality is
excellent, but the crop light, so
place your orders early. If. L.
Oldham, Murray, Neb.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank the many
kind friends who have so willing
ly assisted us in the recent sad
accident in which our son and
brother lost his life by drowning.
Especially do we wish to thank
those friends who remained at the
river bank and so deligenlly ap
plied every etTort in their power
to locale the body, which was
found Tuesday evening. Please
accept our sincere thanks for all
you have done for us.
O. C. Lloyd and family.
Blank books of all kinds at the
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
Hates are Reasonable.
Call at my expense
TELEPHONE NO. 5-N..
Murray, - Nebraska
DEATH OF MRS.
B. A. ROOT OF
She Passed Away at Hospital in
Omaha, Where She Had Been
Taken for Treatment.
Last evening a message was
received in this city announcing
the death at the hospital in
Omaha of Mrs. H. A. Root, of
Murray, who was taken to that
place a few days ago in hopes
that some relief could be afford
ed her from her illness which has
cov ered I he last few weeks. It w as
decided by the attending physi
cians that an operation would be
without result and accordingly
the husband and family were in
formed of the condition of the
lady and have been anxiously
awaiting in hopes that there
miht be some favorable change
but without avail, as she grew
gradually worse until her death
last evening at t?:30. The death
of Mrs. Root comes as a great
shock to her friends here in
Plattsmouth as well as at Murray
and brings to a close the short
but happy married life of Mr. and
Mrs. Root who were married about
a year ago and the sorrow strick
en husband the deepest sympathy
of the entire community will be
extended in the loss of the sweet
young wife. Mrs. Root was for
merly Miss Agnes Kennedy of
Murray, and was for several
terms a teacher in the Platts
mouth public schools where she
made a host of warm friends by
her sweet and lovable character.
To those who knew her best, Mrs.
Root was a friend whose place
will be hard to till and her pass
ing leave many an aching- heart to
mour the bright young life
which was so early taken to its
The funeral of Mrs. Root will
be held at Murray Sunday morn
ing at 10 o'clock and the inter
ment made there. Mrs. Root was
sick for only eight weeks prior to
her death. The body will be
brought from the Methodist
hospital where she died to the
late home in Murray either to
day or tomorrow to await the
The friends of the departed lady
may view the body at the home in
Murray any time before the hour
of the funeral, as the casket will
not be opened at the funeral.
Roy Oregg and R. C. Hailey
n ade a business trip to Minnesota
Mr. and Mrs. Less Oregory were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Rhoden !a?t Sunday.
Jake Minnioar of Haitinglon
snout last week with home folks
Mr. and Mrs. (Jus Minniear.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. K'igelke.
meier were the guests of Mr. ant
Mrs. Fritz Lufz last Sunday.
Omte a number of relatives
spent. Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Aug. Engelkemeier, sr.
School begins here Monday
morning with Miss Elizabeth
Holly, of Plattsmouth, as teacher
Louis Friedrich is the owner
of a new Marion car which be
bought through the agency of
A surprise party was given at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Lraeger last Saturday evening
The affair was given in honor of
Mrs. Kraeger's birthday
Word was received here last
week announcimr the death of
.Mrs. Win. llagel at Norfolk, Neb.
Mrs. llagel was well known in this
eominunily. She was the daughter
of tin' deceased Mr. and Mrs. If.
Wenke, and lived in this com
munity nearly all her life.
For Sale at Bargain.
Residence properly, three
blocks of ground, four-room cot-
ige in good shape. iVew im
provements. Good barn and out
buildings. Everything first-class
ind up-to-date. Easy-to reach
business section. Will take 2,
000 if taken soon. Write or in
quire of H. J. Adams, Nebraska
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 stoves 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
We will buy poultry at the B. & M.
WATCH FOR PRICES
THE BODY OF OS
GAR LLOYD RECOV
The Searching Party Find the
Body Near Place Where He
Wend Down in River.
From Wednesday's Daily.
Yesterday afternoon the body
of Oscar Lloyd who was drownd
ed near King Hill Sunday was re
covered by the searching party
that has been engaged in attempt
ing to recover the body since the
unfortunate accident. It was
found at almost the same spot
where he sank for the last time
into the waters of the river and
had evidently been caught in a
pocket in the river bed, and held
(here until the operation of the
water on the body caused it to
come to the surface where it was
recovered and brought to shore
by the friends who have been un
ceasing in their efforts to find
the body. As soon as the body was
recovered the undertaking firm of
M. Hild was notified and the body
prepared for burial. The funeral
services were held last evening at
the Lewisfnn cemetery near
Murray, where the body was taken
direct from the river. Rev. F. M.
Get the Molting
Molting time is lost time there
to pay the feed Dins. 1
Get it over Feed a good full ration
1 - l.ntll. mil
I fa a gentle, invijroratitijr tonicjust what the hens need.
' mm 1111.. 9C. tnilm
and all Pratta Froducta are guaranteed
money back. .., ,en
91 Ilavt you iram t uu.ti.rm m. .
For Sale by
Druliner of this city was present
and had charge of the services
at the grave and there were a
large number of the friends of the
deceased present to pay their la-t
tributes of respect to their friend
and companion whose tragic
death had cast such a cbunl of
grief over them.
Oscar Edwin Lloyd was born
March 12, 187.', in Monroe county,
Iowa, and was drowned near Rock
lilufTs, Nebraska, August IW.
191 i. He had no atlifTiIication with
any church, but was a converted
man and a strong believer in the
Christian faith. To mourn his
loss he leaves a mother, three
sisters and five brothers. The
neighbors and friends of this
young man extend their deepest
sympathy to the family in their
hour of sorrow.
.Money to loan on Cass County
Farms. T. H. Pollock, Plattsmouth
Tel 215. 9-3-2twkly
Cheapest accident, insurance
Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For
burns, scalds, cuts and emergen
cies. All druggists sell it. 25c
FOR SALE Farm of 121 acres,
5i miles northeast of Union, 11
acres hay land, 20 acres pas
ture timber, rest in cultivation;
well improved. Price right, if
taken soon. Address Miss Etta
Nickels, Murray, Neb.
Several desirable Cass county
farms for sale. T. H. Pollock,
Plattsmouth. Tel 215 9-3-2twkly
are no eggs wim wnicn
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and be sure to include
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- satisfaction or
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J. V. EGENBERGER, Plattsmouth.
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