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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
THURSDAY. OCTOPER 13, 1911.
Union Schools Recognized.
Pr. t ared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially
the Journal Headers
I f any of tlie readers of the
Journal kiiow of any social
event or item of interest in
this vicinity, ami will mail
san.e to 1 liis nfiiee. it will ::'-l-ai-
ui'.iier t liis lieaiiini.'. We
want all in Ws iteuis KitlTolt
Never Ends I-fe,
AVID slew Goliath. Hany ot us r.unan3 are iviuo m vu.-x-
MON SENSE and GOLIATKS of EXTRAVAGANCE rolled into
c-e. Our dual natures are constantly Cgiiting. Ia the end some
tines D'.vid wins: sometimes he doesn't. This banking institution v.'ishes
ths ARMY of DAVIDS would win EVERY time. It would bring
mcr real HAPPINESS all around.
Four per cent interest on time deposits.
O.ir deposits are protected by th State Guaranty Law.
MURRAY STATS BAKK
Mrs. W. .5tle i. on the sick list
t "'-is w.-. k.
Elm-:-:- I'ro.JiH'i' is si'tferinjr from
'evert ia e f t-.n.-il't is.
(Irard;):! C:.ker is makinir his .-on
Ar'hur V. kt. r ;.:;d family a vi-it.
Mrs. Wn;. Hendricks returned
fri-'M Plainvivw .Moudav evn-
M : V.',
tK- I .-.
"e--d; IV. O
h.i..- Im-l-.m inite poo
!;". tor ;(.
h i Krer.del ertertaintd Mr.
Ftcd U. mitre and fainilv and
;r. 1 Mrs. Warren Wiley and fain
t i:t.:ic'- Sur.-.l.tv.
Wih-y wi'.! t-nteflain
Aid Society all day Wed
.o!;cr L'lst, at her home.
e-! tiiei).'.r'l to quilt.
Mrs. Miles Standi.-h and (ivnndma
MoXiuiiii arrived he'e from CJ.iinet,
K-i-., Ia. wtrl; to vi-it a short time
wi'.!i relative:; arid old neighbors.
The 'a lies of the K. X. K. will
rr.cet. at tho Lewiston churcch Thurs
day. October for "i; all day's q,ui!t:
in'.;, ('nme and 1 i iritr your dinner.
Everyone i welcome.
The .-ie.-re j"ins of th" county politician-;
were turned upon Murray the
nYst f'f the week. W v.i!l not count
dead ducks with them r.ntil after the
tir-t Tuesday in Xovmber.'
Mi-- Eertha Nickel-, entertained at
C o'clock lum-heon Sunday eveninjr
M:s. V.'. J. C rosier of Wausn, Xeh.;
Mr. and Mr. F. L. T:ho!en, Miss bia
Good. Mr. A nl one Eh. mm and Miss
Mr--. ( has. Treani'-r and father, O.
V. Sina i:-:-, motored to Piatt.-.-month
Tu' vijy. where they met Homer and
Pierce Shader of Otaham. Va.,
t.epiu-v.s of Mr. Shii-.ier, who will
sj e: ! a few weeks feeMirjr acquainted
Duck hunters are r.umercus, hut
the ducks are few and far between.
Mrs. Xkk Kl lurens ar.d Miss Vera
Yard ley were P'attsm. t:th visito:s.
Get ready for the 1 hanksj.'ivinir
feed at I.ewi.-ton N'ovember -', 1'.'14.
Grandma Jenkiiis has been suffer
ing from a bilious attack this weok.
Miss Etta M. Nickels was lookin.tr
after Hiiie!'..i business in Union Sat-
j in day.
j For Hale A food second-hand base
' burner, cheap. Inouire of George
Earl .lei.kit s came in from Rosalie,
Neb.. Monday and spent the evening
with his relatives.
I have a few samples left at a dis
count. Call . write. Etta M. Xick-
!c:s, Spirellr. coi-.-etier.-.
j Ed. Gansemer, who h-. s been takintr
j treatment at the Sanitarium at Dur
i li'if ton Junction. Mo.. ;eturned Mon
Ach! Sour-l!e;i is what most au
' toists thouirht who hied to return
jfrom Omaha last week in their ma
1 Mrs. W. J. Grosser of Wau-a, Xeb.,
rrtut iied to her horn.'! Monday after
a lew o.ays visit witr. ner tamer, v. m.
?drs. Jno. Hendricks entertained' at
.nipper Friday eve nine: Mrs. W. J.
Crosser of Wausa ai d Miss Etta
Ghas. Dill came in from Eoiran
county last Saturday for a few days'
visit with his parent?. Mr. and Mrs.
! I'.en Dill.
The dance at Jenkins' hall Saturday
eveninjr and driven by 31 r. Elmer Eoe
deker, was well attended, considerinj?
the character of the weather.
Mr. E. J. Parriot, deputy jrrand
master for the Workmen, came in
from Lincoln Tuesday to assist in th.
initiation of new members taken into
the order. He was accompanied by
J. R. Barton, who will have charge of
Cass county in a campaign for new
members. The ladies of the K. N. K. were
very pleasantly entertained at the
home of Mrs. Ghas. Wolfe and Mrs.
Frank Khodcn Thursday afternoon.
The ladies also pave u kitchen shower
for Miss Winnie Hutcbeson. A re
hearsal of the ceremony was jriven
for Miss llutcheson's benefit. The
contractinir parties were Mr. Jerk
Diddles Skudsplinter ami Mss Sally
Slonover Sluefoot Sliver. The best
man was Mr. Evert True, and the
bridesmaid was Miss Sissy Satahbella
Katensjammer. The Mnp hearer was
utile Miss Diana Di'lypickles. The
sad and impressive ceremony was
performed by the Few Cynthia
Adolph Grey of Rock ibiiffs. Mrs. i
Wolfe and Mrs. Rhoden served a de
Iic'ous two-course l.mcheon, which
was hifhly appreciated by those pres
ent. Those present were Mr-s. Joseph j. (i
FRENCH WOMEN SPiT
ON GERMAN CAPTIVES
Teutons Charge Prisoners Are
Abused In France.
Herlin. 0 t. !.". Kins Albert of Bel
gium, in order to avoid useless blood
shed, i said here to have intended to
sm render Antwerp, lntt was prevented
by the iSritish. who led the dt tense be
fore the :irrison witb.drew. The
British, it is said, destroyed thirty
tvi me; ( h-.mt steamers and twentv
tuo Gorman Bhine river issels i:i tin
li arbor. Tliis act is desciibed h'ie as
a wanton de.-t ruction jisstifieil by no
military in:'.i.-.no of defense.
It is n u, ie.l from Basel that Ger
man ambuJ.'iM o tioo;s ti'Kon pristmers
in France am! r 11:11111-- by way of
B.ast I complain tiny were jat upon
by women ia Fiench towns, their Isel
mets lviioi i.nl off and tint ti.ey v. re
Sans, Mrs. W. I. llutcb.tson. Mrs. Al
ec Khoden. Mrs. Kay. Mrs. Mary Wi
ley, Mrs. W. J. Grosser. Miss Flossie
Hutcheson, Miss Wmnie Hutcheson,
Miss Esther Ray, Miss Marie Klemm.
Miss Ida Good, Miss Eertha Nickels
and Mrs. Homer Shiader.
lTnitol Presbyterian Church
Owiny to the lack of needful liter
ature, the Thank OTerinjr Seivicc--he's
been potponed one we-'k, arrd
will be held on October 2"th.
The Contrrcputioiiul Ti-tasuvr ! e-po'-ts
that the special otferitip 011 Oct.
-tli. for the widows ami orphans fund
amounted to $"."! t. and the special
offering on Oct. 11th for religion;
work at the Panama E Position to
The first half of the church year
is past. It is l ot hard to figure just
bv mi ; robbed of their
ga-:e and all bin starved it) death.
Tile Xiruw.-- Roii rdanieoho Cotir
ant's 1 opreso'a; at i . sho visited East
Pms.-ia. st -ties that he estidi'dshe.l !y
witnesses tint the Russians eouimit
ted :!:; most inl'aii.ous t rinif s. They
biiimtl without cause t'areo iu:i! t-. :
01" the hot. .-os in many owt;s. Ti e
Russians .-m I. lined tt-riible losse
the last f: c nt it c lU hts.
what part of our
missions is due.
annual pledge to
Desires to Be Remembered on Birth
All friends and com'rdes are cor
dially invited to remember us by
card or otherwise with name and ad
dress on the 24th of October, DM1,
as it is the S2id bi ihdav anniver-
GWAM DEALERS IN SESSION
Crr.do of Crr.:n Way Be Raised When
It !s Given Cleaning.
Ka:;-..s City. Oct. K.. Tii:tt it is I '
iriu:a;: to i.ii.M- the j;ralo of Kiain
Ly i . : : 1 ; - i 1 . u; it alter it lias lie. n cou-si-jim
d to a:;, 1 I. .valor oa an infei iar
Ki:.fii.s wa.r ti.e deri-ion f;:ven tin.
Giain i'.ci.ii t ' Nation:-! i-s-si.ciiuiiai in
iJi.Vt i.i V:! bete I y )r. J. W. T. D.ival.
,; !. 1 i Ko'o-.'ist t!:o Fi:i!ed Stales
l ; a. 1 au nt i f a::: it nltr.i e.
Dr. Duval ;a:d theit- ran bo no
gro;.:;d lor thar.niii fraud against
t!io.e dea;er.s wiio bay
G. W. GREEN,
W'j W. F!irhteenth St., Univer
Hard coal lieater for sale cheap if
taken soon. Telephone 1-N, Murray,
Ne;aras!;a, tr call on 11. M. Shrader.
Here From Kansas on Visit.
rT'9 TT T TT-x
ine very jDest
Th Fall and Winter Taps for Men and Boysare
liere, in the very latest patterns and shapes. (nr as
sortment is complete and the prices riht.
Mrs. Miles Standish of Garnet.
Ka.,, is enjoyinpr a rhort visit with
her relatives in this eeunty, arrivinj:
at Murray Sunday ever.ir.tr, where she
spent a few days with relatives, and
last even in jr came to Plnttsmouth to
visit at the home of her biother, John
MeNurlin. ami wife, before returning
home. Mrs. Standish expects to leave
here Saturday evening for her home,
and will be ticcorr.nam d by her
mother, Mrs. J. J. MeNurlin, who will
spend the winter in Kanras with her
dattfhter, as has been her custom for
several years past. She has been
spendinir the summer here with her
son, jonti, and other telatives.
;o,- t:i;.i nasoa hail been i;ivc:i
b ,.nv tiiat it wtiiiiti cu.ie; !
and wi.o. iiv jiropeily clean-
ii ,;Kr it eliuihle tor a lusher
pi act too has
!v Vs v '!e ih rs
i O' 11 loilow ea ex-
:.nd bits been si:
j: -t to iau h critic i: m.
Gasoline Engine for Sale.
Stcoinl-lt -.itd Diteriiat ii.ual, in
xl condition, three Iiurse-pow-
ab c!n :ii, :it Iho Journal
'oii will need
Mittens and Gloves
this week to start husking that corn
$1.00 per dozon
HIATT & TUTT
Murray, - - - Nebraska
The best physicians of the world
airree that we should always try to
prevent sickness before it fains a
stronjr hold on our body, than to treat
it afterwards. The firrt step wc
should make, in ease of some indis
position, is to take Trivet's American
Elixir of Bitter Wine and use it ac
cording to directions until the indis
position is relieved. In constipation
and disorders caused by the same, in
pains and fases in the bowels, in
sudden weaknes, this remedy should
be used as first ad. It will clean out
the body and strengthen it and thus
brinjr usually a quick relief. At drus
stores. Jos. Triner, Manufacturer,
?. Z-?;.V.) S. Ashland ave., Chicago.
Rubbing the body, in pains and
stiffness of the muscles and joints, in
exhaustion after hard work, with
Timer's Liniment will be satisfactory
to you. Price of Triner's Liniment
oOc, by mail COc.
i f Special Correspondent.)
....,.?. .....? JJc
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Lutz spent Sun
day with relatives in Piattsmouth.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred I tild and Jake
Hild spend last week ri.itinf old time
friends in the western part of the
state. The tnp was made with Fred's
Ed. Gansemer left Saturday for
Burliuefton Junction, Mo., to take
treatment for rhcumatis.v..
A fine club dance was fiven at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. I ten Xowell
Saturday n'trht, which was largely at
tended. Qcite a number of friends and rel
atives were the jriie.-D- of Mr. and
Mrs. Louie Fredrick Sunday.
Tlr. and Mrs. Aufust Enfelkemeir
sjtcnt Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Join Albert at Piattsmouth.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Puis were the
r:i;e.3ts of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Dose at
W. II. l'uls democratic candidate for
renre.icntat've of Otoe and Cass
made a bu.-iness trip to Louisville
Monday. Billy is mnkinyr friends every
Herman Enftlkemier spent Sunday
a.T the home of Philip Meisinjrer.
Gasparri Papal Secretary of State.
Rome, Oct. 14. Cardinal -Pietrtj
Gasparri has been selected by tin
pope to fill the position of secretary ol
state, made vacant by the death o!
Cardinal Ferrata. Cardinal Gasparri
was born just outside of Rome in 182
and was proclaimed a cardinal in 1907.
YOU MAY NEED AN-
and wc want to inform you
that dates can be made
at this olfice or Murray
State Bank for
Wm. H. Young
THE MURRAY AUCTIONEER
Careful attention to Public Sale.-r
Kates are Reasonable.
Call ut 1113- expense
TELEPHONE NO. 5-N..
Murray, - Nebraska
The enterprise shown by the otTi
cers and patrons of the Union schools
is bearing fruit, and it is evident
that all the effort and expense has
not been in vain and that the peo
ple of Union and vicinity are to be
more than repaid for their part in
upbuilding of our schools. The lo
cal board a few days ago received
from the state superintendent the
following notice which is self ex
State Superintendent's Ofrice
September :30th, 1914
To the County Superintendent, Sec
retary Board of Education, and
Principal of School?:
You are hereby notified that the
Union High School has my official
approval under the free high school
law of 11)07 (Sec. 114-115), Art. 8),
as a four year high school of the sec
end class for the year 1514-15lo, and
is entitled to collect tuition under the
provisions of said law at the rate of
Toe per week for each wee!: ol at
tendance of each qualified non-resident
pupil in the high school. This
approval is given hut one year at a
time, and remains in force only
long as the school maintains the con
ditions 011 which tliis approval is giv
en. As a matter of protecting busi
ness interest.-?, see that every non
resident pupil holds the proper free
hich school certificate from the coun
ty saperinteiider.t and that the prop
er tax has been b vied for each and
every non-resident pupil in attend
ance at the above named high school.
Wry truly yours,
JAMES E. DELZELL,
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.
Looking For Coons.
Tuesday afternoon a large cover
ed wagon followed by eleven hour.ds
passed through town going east, Sind
attracted much attention, as nobody
seomed to know what it meant. The
reporter got busy and interviewed the
colored travelers, and learned that
BAKER & NICKELS,
Murray, - . Nebraska
We are adding to our harness line as rapidly as the
Thro' Central Wyoming
On October 18th the Burlington will inaugurate through passenger
train service between Denver and Billings over the new main line through
the Big Horn Basin through Cheyenne, Orin Junction, Casper and Ther
mopolis. The establishment of through train service over this new main
line of railroad is historic. It closes one of the last great breaks in the
transportation system of the country, and offers for the first time to the
social, commercial and agricultural activities of Wyoming and of the
Middle West, direct means for intercourse and the exchange of com
modities between Northern and Southern Wyoming between the rich
lhat fanning, live stock, coal and oil regions of the Big Horn Basin, in the
I North, and Cheyenne, the State Capital, and Denver, the Metropolis of
the Rockies, on the South. The opening of this new line should prove a
great stimulus to every farmer, stockraiser and business man in Central
and Northern Wyoming.
NORTHBOUND, the new train will leave Denver at 4:00 P. M. and
arrive Billings, 6:20 the next afternoon; SOUTHBOUND, leave Billings
7:30 A. M. and arrive Denver, 12:05 the next noon. It will carry a cafe-
1 . t, j: i c m. 1 1 i?jti 1 a. . T?ii 1
,1 m i,f-if"jT- ill u'.ii 'i 1 1 1 1 el 'i 11 111 wtr 1 iiu iniriinnr tt-i r3T iif vti - 1 m n n itiii i
go into camp on the l.evy larm over I H"11"1 v- v uituajnsui ucmccn uiuiu&a mm v,uo-
near the river, and informed us that ! per, and standard sleepers for the night trip between Casper and Denver.
four of them and
11 was to capture all the
coons that could be found in the hills
east of here or anywhere else Tin
hunters were 11. E. Edwards, Allen
Chrisman, John Garriger, Carl Chris
man, ail of whom reside in Lincoln.
and they are 01 for a jolly good time
having driven from Lincoln and are
hunting on the way. They pla.i to
they will be pleased to have the com
pany of any who desire the coon
hunting sport. Union Ledger.
He sure and be on hand Saturady
evening at the German Home dance
and have one of the iimes of your
lives. Everybody cordially invited.
Potatoes 7."e Per Eushel. .
Orders taken this week. Cabbage,
Hie per lb. Ilankinson. Phone 454,
Old Jail. 10-14-4td
The Best Flour
on the Market
WAHOO MILL CO
F LOUR '
Let me send you booklets descriptive of this new
country, or answer your specific inquirtesaboutoppor
tunities for the farmer and businessman.
L. W. WAKELEY, GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT,
1004 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.
Cost Kept Down-Quality Kept Up
No Jielter medicine could be
ma do for con ph., colds, croup,
hoarseness, tickling Ihroat, bron
chitis, etc., than Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound. That's why
(hey can't improve the quality,
and war or no war, the price re
mains the same. No opiates.
Dnn't take suhstitul.es, for Foley's
Honey and Tar is the host. For
sale hv all dm
Any one wishing rny well boring
done, leave order with E. J.
Richey at Piattsmouth Lumber office
at once as we are going back to Om
aha in a few days. Bore 18 inch and
put in 12 inch tile. John E. Sager &
Son. 1 0-7-1 twkly.
The Piattsmouth Turnverein will
give another social dance at their hall
on Saturday evening next. He sure
and attend. The Piattsmouth orches
tra will furnish the music. ....
FISTULA Pay When CURED
All Rectal Diseases cured without a surgical
oneration. No Chloroform. Ether or other een- 11
eral aneasthetic used. CURE GUARANTEED
to last a LIFE-TIME, examination frek.
WRITE FOR BOOK OU PILES AND RECTAL DISEASES WITH TESTIMONIALS
DR. E. R. TARRY. Omaha. Nebraska r
L00D DUR0C JERSEY SALE
30-Spring Boars and GiSts-30
Will sell at my farm at Murray, Neb., 011
BEGINNING AT ONE O'CLOCK.
Thirty Spring Boars and Gilts; also herd boar, sired by
Kruger Lad No 48581.
Iii.'h llexli and in fine breeding conditien. Parties from a litame will
Our liors are in
be entertained at our expense after their arrival in Murray.
H- L. OLDHAMy Owner.
Col. WM. R. YOUNG, Auctioneer.
W. G. BOEDEKER, Clerk.
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