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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
j Murray Department
Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
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EV1URRAY STATE BAfiJK
Oean-.er & Minford shipped a car
of stock to the South Omaha markets
Henry Creamer was an Omaha vis
itor Tueday, returning home Wed-r.-sduy
I. J. Pitman was looking after
l'U-i.-u-s matters in Plattsmouth on
Tut .lay of this week.
Mrs. I) C. Rhoden has been spend
ing a few days in Plattsmouth this!
we-k with relatives cr.tj friends.
M:s Iaura Puis and Miss Isabelle
ShriK-r were Plattsmouth visitors on
la.-t Saturday evening, returning home
Miss Margie Taylor, granddaughter
t'T Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks, arrived in
Murray from her home in Omaha last
Saturday evening for a few days visit.
Mrs. Cert Ilansell and children de
parts! for their new home near Ouk,
Nebraska. Tuesday. Mr. Ilansell
loadi-d their goods and took up
wetward journey last Friday.
Vance Todd and aunt, Miss Jessie
oo.j. ocnarteu i uestlav of this week ,
for the ToM farms up in Canada.
They will remain during the entire
surr.mer season looking after the land; this locality are not only thinking of
tr.vl crops in that locality. getting busy soon, but some have al-
J. I. Shrader, who has been out ready been bu.iv. George liay v. as
v.t-.-t for the past few days, returned ! about the first, with Ceorge Llovd a
to Murray and spent Sunday with his j a close second. Tiievj two excellent
fi.ir.iiy. returning to Omaha Monday farmers have succeeded in greatly aid
morning. where he has accepted a ' iripr the travelers in their locality by
po.-ition with a seed house, and where!
he will make his future home. His
family will move to Omaha in the
Tiie Journal regrets very much lo
barn that our excellent old friend II.
I- Oliiham. who has been sick for the
past few weeks, is still confined to his
hon-.e and r.r.t gaining in strengeh as
rapidly ts his many friends would like
to see. He is able to be up and
around the home, but cannot venture
to lay aside your winter cap and decorate
your head with one of our new hats. A
good line, and prices ranging from
Spring Capsa dandy assortment
50c to $1.00
to you tinder laws laid down by the
is the time of year to OPEN aa
Dwver Todd v.-as a Flattsmoutn
visitor Tuesday of thi week.
Mrs. Toe Ceil has been numbered
with the sick for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bayless and fam
ily spent Wednesday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. V li. Virgin in Murray.
Fred Ohlenhausen, of Plattsmouth,
was in Murray Tuesday of this week,
visiting at the home of his daughter,
Mr. and M
Al. Bartlett, who was called over in
Iowa last week owing to the sickness
of his sister, returned home Monday.
At the time of his departure his sister
was improving in health.
Mrs. Jack Gregory, who has been
very ill for the past few weeks, has
been improving very rapidly for the
past week. She was visiting with her
parents a few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carey, rosid-
! ing west of Mynard, are rejoicing
this week over the arrived of a fine
r.ew baby boy at their home on last
Friday. Both mother and little one
are retting aiong nicety.
The road dragging season is near
at hand, and some of the farmers of
the early application of the drag.
F. E. Valley, of Plattsmouth, closed
a deal here Wednesday, whereby he
purchases an acre of ground from W.
B. Virgin, lying just north of Mur
ray. This is one of the most beauti
ful building spots in Murray, and we
understand that Mr. Vallery thinks
the same, and will soon erect a fine
modern bungalow on the same. He
paid the neat sum of $7oO.CO for the
acre, and thinks he got it cheap
enough at that.
Fern Dill has been suflering with
the measles this week.
Grandma Shrider has been on the
sick list for the past week.
Mrs. John Marquardt, residing at
Rock Bluffs, has been sick this week.
Leora Brown has been confined to
her home this week with the measles.
Grandpa and Grandma Hendricks
have been quite sick for the past few
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Byers
on Wednesday, March 17th a baby
P. C. Rhoden was. looking after
some business matters in Omaha on
I,etta, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Cook is suffering with the
Fritz Lutz was looking after some
business matters in Omaha Wednes
day of this week.
Mrs. A. Baker was in Plattsmouth
Wednesday of this week having some
dental work done.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs Os
car Shrader has been among the sick
for the past few days.
Frank Valley, of Plattsmouth, was
ii; Murray Wednesday looking after
some business matters.
W. W. Hamilton has been doing
some carpenter work out at the farm
of Frak Davis this week.
Mark White and George Ray ship
ped a car of stock to the South Omaha
market Monday evening.
Mrs. Klemm, residing down near
Union, has been numbered with the
sick for the past few days.
John Jacob, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Stones, has been numbered with
the sick for the past few days.
Mrs. W. S. Smith and Miss Mabel
Latta, of Red Cloud, went to Platts
n.outh Wednesday evening for a brief
visit at the C. A. Ilav.ls home.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spang
ler, on March 21, a brighteyed lit
tle baby girl. Mother and little one
are doing nicely and Roy is the hap
piest "daddy" in the land. j
Aug. Lngelkemeier, jr., was in
Murray Tuesday of this week, re
ceiving all the fixtures lor making
his farm home modern in every par
ticular, in the way of a water plant
and bath fixtures.
Elmer Hallstrom, the genial assis
tant in the Murray State Bank, is at
his post of duty again this week, re
turning Monday morning, after be
ing at his home in Plattsmouth for a
Week suffering with the grippe.
Harry Massie, from the western
part of the state, brought his fat cat
tle to the South Omaha market last
Saturday, and took advantage of the
opportunity to come on to Murray and
make an over Sunday visit with las
uncle, Dr. and Mrs. G. II. Gilmore.
James Loughridge, the boss village
blacksmith, has been making some
valuable additions to his shop equip
ment the past week. A new gasoline
engine and disc sharpener has been
added and Jimmie is now better pre
pared than ever to look after the large
run of work this spring.
Mrs. Frank Young, jr., received a
message Wednesday stating that the
wife of her son Alba, had been ser
iously ill for the past few days and
was being taken to Omaha where she
Will be placed in the hospital for a
serious surgical operation. The
grandchildren will be brought to Mur
ray, where they will remain until the
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Brendel closed
the deal this week whereby they be
come the owner of the Baxter farm,
just east of Murray, consisting of
nearly 29 acres. This is an excellent
piece of land and will make Mr. and
Mrs. Brendel a fine home in the fu
ture. They will not move this season,
but will remain on the Sporer place,
where they have made their home for
the past few years.
The first robin of the spring, nor
the northward flying of the ducks do
not at all times indicate that spring
has sure set in by the Murray peo
ple, but when Walt Baldwin arrives
from Missouri, they well know that
the good old spring time has arrived.
Walt came in Wednesday, now let us
see if the oldest prophets of the vil
lage speak the truth. We hope so.
School closed in the grammar de
partment Tuesday evening owing to
the illness of the teacher, Mrs. Stan
ton, who was taken to her home in
Union, Wednesday morning, where
she win remain until she recovers
sufficiently to again resume her duties.
It is hoped that her illness will be of
short duration, and it Is expected that
thi3 department will reopen next
Monday. Miss Mary Foster came, up
and returned with her sister Wednes
If any of the readers of the
Journal know of any .social
event or item of interest in
tliis vicinity, and wil! mail
same to this office. It will ai
IK'ar under this heading. We
want all news items Editor
Mrs. W B. Virgin is numbered with
the sick this week.
Mrs. J V. Pitman -vas an Omaha
visitor last Saturday.
Mrs. Addie Stokes spent Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. Long.
II. C. Creamer was looking after
business in Omaha Tuesday evening.
W. II. Puis was looking after some
business matters in Omaha Wednes
day of this week.
Miss Irene Hartwick and Miss Heni
retta Creamer were Plattsmouth
visitors Friday evening.
Miss Pearl Dugay spent Ihe week
end with Miss Etta Nickels.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spang
ler, Sunday, March 21, a girl.
Mrs. Addie Stokes is visiting with
Miss Etta Nickel this week.
Frank Rhoden and wife spent Sun
day with E. G. Lfwis and family.
Mrs. John Hostetter was a passeng
er for Omaha Thursday evening.
Miss Mabel Adams, of Plattsmouth
visited with her sister, Mrs Pitman
last Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Earl Tanny and little babe are
visiting at the home of Mr. Tanney's
parents in Burlin, this week.
Mrs. Kittie Craig and Mrs. Cuzzie
Baker visited at the Oldham home in
Murray a few days this week.
Mrs. Willis, the trained nurse who
has been caring for Mrs. A. F. Nickels
was a passenger for Omaha Wednes
day. Mrs. V. A. Kennedy has been gain
ing in strength for the past few days,
and the many friends hope that she
will continue to improve.
II. L. Oldham has certainly been
having excellent luck with his hogs,
even without sunshine and pleasant
weather, he has over seventy young
pigs at this time.
The Journal representative was
very much pleased to see our excellent
old friend, J. A. Walker, able to be
out on the streets of Murray again
this week. II is advanced age makes
his improvement very slow, but he
has been gaining for the past week
Mrs. Wm. Royal has rented the
Bert Root property in east Murray,
where she will make her future home.
She will remain in Murray for an in
definite time. The Murray people are
certainly more than pleased to wel
come her back to the old home, for
she was a favorite when tr.:s was her
home, and slie has a great many
R F. Burton, who for the past few
years has been following the profess
ion of painting and paper hanging,
has moved to -Murray and will take
up this line of work here for the sum
mer. Mr. Burton has followed this
line of work for some time, and un
derstands the work thoroughly, and
is in a position to give the people of
this community the best of work, and
will in all cases guarantee satisfac
tion. J. W. Holmes has traded his resi
dence property in Murray to Rex
Young, for the forty acres of land
that Mr. Young has owned for a short
time, known as the old Calkins place,
northeast of Murray. The consider
ation for the land was $150.00 per
acre, and the residence property of
Mr. Holmes was taken in at $3,100.00
on the deal. Mr. Holmes will remain
in Murray and will rent the property
for the present of Mr. Young.
The Murray Commercial Club or
ganized a few days ago are getting
right into the harness for the good of
Murray and vicinity. The second
meeting was held on Wednesday eve
ning, and all members seem to be tak
ing hold of the needs of the commun
ity with the vim that sure means suc
cess. It is the duty of all the busi
ness men and all interested in the fu
ture welfare of Murray to do all in
their power to push this movement
along and attend all the meetings.
Time is Here!
Housecleaning time is here
and I am ready to do your
Spring painting and paper
See mc now for
R. F. BURTOK
The death of Mrs. A. F. Nickels oc
curred at the home Tuesday, March
23, 1915, at 7:40 a. m. She had been
sick for the past year and confined to
her bed -since last December suffering
from consumption. Mrs. Nickels be
came unconscious Monday evening and
sank peacefully to rest as the new
day was breaking into being.
Catherine Caroline Klaurens, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klaurens,
was born June 10, 1875, and at the
time of her death was aged 39 years,
U months and is tiays. ine iatner,
Peter Klaurens, passed away some
twenty years ago, and while the sub- ruapy anJ March have a strong ten
ject of our sketch was a mere child dency tQ brinj? ou. freckies and as a
the mother was called nome to ner, -lllf. : ROi,i ;n thr
final reward. She was married March
24, 1898, to Mr. A. F. Nickels, who,
with three sons and one daughter,
are left to mourn the death of the
wife and mother. The children are as
follows: Perry, aged 10; Alvador,
aged 14; Jean, aged 8, and Alice, aged
11 years. One sister, Mrs. C. E.
Schwab, and two brothers, John
Klaurens, of Minlo, Kansas, and
Nicholas Klaurens. of Murray, are
also left to mourn her death.
Funeral services were held at the
late home Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Rev. W. A. Taylor conduct
ing the services. The Christian
choir of Murray were present and
rendered a number of the old
familiar hymns. Interment was made
in Lewiston cemetery.
John Jenkins Wins Again.
The wrestling match held at the
Puis & Gansemer hall on last Wed-
nesday evening was quite well attend-
ed. The match was between the Cass
county champion, John Jenkins and
Harold Rosenberg, of Nebraska City.
In the first fall John simply played
with the little man from Otoe, and put
him on his back in 12 minutes, but in
the second round, he went after him
for time, and his opponent was plac
ed in the losing position in just one
and one-half minutes. The crowd in
attendance were well pleased with the
nnisn, ana while tne uioe county iauijjens a ijc
did n:s best, it was very evident mat
he was no match for the heavy little
man from Murray. John will be com -
pelled to look for some better stocK
t a r i i x
in order to nno nis matcn to even
make the game interesting
The Library Association met at the
library rooms Tuesday evening, with
Mesdames Barrows, Virgin and Wiley
as hostesses. There was quite a
lengthy program given. The music
by Mrs. Pitman, Miss LaRue and Mr.
Lange was extra fine. Mrs. Tutt and
Mrs. Kikendall read papers that were
greatly appreciated, and the five min
ute talks by Mrs. Gapen, O A. Davis,
H. B. Hutchman and Lee Kniss were
very interesting. The business houses
of Hiatt & Tutt. Baker & Nickels, Puis
& Gansemer offered prizes for the
best kept lawns and alleys. The
prizes will be awarded on the first of
October. The library rooms were
crowded, and much enthusiasm was
displayed in these meetings. It is
evident that Murray will join the
tanks for a clean town.
United Presb3rterian Church Notes
A special program of music is be
ing prepared for the evening of Easter
Sabbath, with the hope that there may
be a union service at that time.
Several of our members have been
ill recently. We hope that they may
be able soon to attend the church
The Every Member Canvass com
mittee have only a short time to com- I
plete their work. Let us help them
all we can.
One dollar less. than factory prices;
anv make: delivered to your town.
Write us for catalog, mailed free
Johnson Bros., Nebraska City.
Death cf Little Girl.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Gussie
Pullen, near Union, was . visited by
the grim messenger of death on Fri
day last and their little baby daugh
ter, Edna Marie, aged 1 month and 16
davs. passed away. The little one had
pn attack of the measles and failed
to recover from the malady. The fun
eral services were from the home and
were conducted by Rev. W. A. Taylor,
and burial made at Lewiston.
We de?ire to express to the friends
and neighbors our deepest apprecia
tion of their kindness to us during the
illness and at the time of the death of
our little one, and for the beautiful j
Mr. and Mrs. Gussie Pullen.
Will Wehrbem has been having a
very sick horse, but it is greatly im
proved at this writing.
Don't forget that the Cosmopolitan
club will give a dance next Saturday
night, March 27th. You are invited
'ow Is the Time to Get Rid of Thc&c
Do you know how easy it is to re
move those ugly spots so that no on a
will call you freckle-face?
Simply get an, unce of othtne,
double strength, from your druggist,
and a few applications should show
ou how easy it is to rid yourself of
f reckles ami et a beautiful
nlexio The sun and winjs of Ffeb.
months. Be sure to ask for the double
strength othine, as this is sold under
guarantee of money back if it fails to
lemove the freckles.
J There will be a dance at
Coates' hall Saturday night,
J- March 27th, given by the Cos-
J mopolitan club. You are cor-
dially invited to attend. The
J best of order. Music by Holly's J
Now Up and Arour-d.
Bennett Chriswisser, who has been
confined to his home for the past three
weeks suffering from the grippe and
other complications, has rccvcroJ to
such an extent that he is able to be
out of the house and down town for a
tnort time, but still feels verv weak
?nj shakv as a result of his illnes
but his friends are well pleased to
see him around again, as his jiiness
vas quite serious
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
We Will purchase
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LINCOLN PURE BUTTER CO.
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incubators for sale. Good
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THIS AND FIVE CENTS!
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose five cents to Foley & Co.,
Chicago, 111., writing your name and
address clearly. You will receive in
return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
for coughs, colds and croup, Foley
Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic
Tablets. Sold everywhere.
Mrs. J. M. Cunningham and daugh
ter, Miss Ida Neitzel, were among
those going to Omaha this morning
on the early Burlington train to visit
for the day and look after some busi
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonge and two
children of Creighton, Neb., arrived
in this city Tuesday evening for a
few days' visit with the former's sis
ters. Mrs. Emma Pease and Miss
John Fight and wife were among
the passengers this morning for Oma
ha, where they will visit for a short
with their daughter, Mrs.
Thomas Sullivan and family, in that
W. R. C. and G. A. R., Notice!
The G. A. R. are requested to meet
with the W. R. C. at their rooms in
the court house on Saturday 'after-
noon at 3 o'clock to complete arrange
ments for the joint celebration of the
anniversary of Lee's surrender, which
occurs on April 9th.
pure bred Shorthorn bull
calves. Age from 11 to 12 months
Also a few pure Dred yearling neuera
Joseph F. Tubbs,
- Mynard, Neb.
Tel. 2312, Platts. Exchange.
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THE CELEBRATED VV. RCHEROV
Teddy R. 97686
Teddy R. is a fine Percheron Stal
lion, black with white hind feet and
right front foot white. He was foal
ed March 30, 1912, and weighs 1,7."0
pounds. His sire was Morton, 07203;
by Epateur, 51830 (04319); by Boli
var, 40111 (4G402); by Amilcar,
(19979); by Sultan, (4713); by Bay
ard, (9495); by Estraba, 187 (730);
by son of Jean Le Blanc, (739).
THE CELEBRATED YOUNG JACK,
Sandors is an excellent young Jack,
coming 4 years old, weighing 1,00)
pounds, plenty extra heavy bone,
black with mealy points. Sandors,
(5298) was foaled June 2, 1911. His
sire was San Salvador 2d, by Salvador,
imported from Spain. Sandors was
bred and owned by Frank Busch, of
Villa Ridge, Mo. He has been inspect
ed this spring by the State Inspector
and is sound in every way.
Teddy R. and Sandors wiil make the
season of 1915 at our homa, six mil?s
west of Murray nad six milej east of
Manley, every day in the week, but
enly a limited number of moras will
be taken care of by Teddy R. on ac
count of his age.
TERMS FOR BOTH EDDY R. AND
$15.00 to insure colt to stand up
and suck. Parties disposing of
mares or removing from the locj'lity,
service fee becomes due and must i-?
paid immediately. All care wil! be
taken to prevent accident, but own
ers will not be held responsible should
I have two splendid model.? of tho
Spirella garments for disposal at a
reduction if taken at once, s:ze3 25
and 32. Etta M. Nickel.:,
Eggs for Hatching.
Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for
sale. $1.00 for fifteen, or $5.00 per
hundred for incubator eggs.
Mrs. Wm. Troop
I am now prepared to look
after all general blacksmithing
and horseshoeing. Shop 4 1 -2
xiiles west of Murray.
YOU MAY NEED AN-
and we want to inform you
that dates can be made
at this office or Murray
State Bank for
17m. H. Young
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Rates are Reasonable.
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