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PLATTS. OUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
THURSDAY, M.ARCII 30, 1916.
Pre; areJ in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
If ar.y of the readers of the
Journal know of any soriul
event or item of interest in
tliis vicinity, and will mall
same to 1 liis office. It will ai
Xear uinler this lieadlnp. We
want all news items-EDJTOH
THIS MERCHANT BASICS
WITH US AND HELPS HIS
1 I 1 I 1 .1 I 1 I I I I MK-r..?
tt 1 1 1 1 1 nr. yjrrasg
A T IT
to Hake Giiicc Trade Dealer
Four per cent interest on time deposits.
Our deposits are protected by the StatP Guaranty Law.
MURRAY STATE BAFSK
W. R. YOUNQ,
Auction Sales a Specialty. Five Years Experience.
If you have anything to sell at
auction, write us for dates.
Phone Platts. 2412. V. R. YOUNG, Maynard, Neb.
Mrs Wa ll
Porter ha.- been
Iv.k e ver the Iliatt fc Tutt harsrain
ei with the
Smith r.a been number
. : k for the pa.-t few
Bert, in the
Iu! wete Nebraska City visitors
WYdr.e.-day of this week.
Mi.- Jessie Irwin, rc-iding eatt of
Munay, has uite sick for the
pa.t few uays with pneumonia fever.
Mr. James Brown spent a few days
the latter part of la-t week in Omaha,
remair.irjr with her si.-tcr, Mrs. Stein
er. for the week-end, at the hospital.
Fred Condon was an Omaha visitor
here last Saturday.
J. D. Shrader .spent a couple of days
in South Omaha this we:k.
Have you read the Iliatt & Tut
ad this week? It will interest you.
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. John
Eaton, near Union, a girl, on Tuesday
Mrs. Tom Wilson, who has been
numbered with the sick for the past
few weeks, is improving at this time
Mrs. L. Rusterholtz and daughter,
Mrs. William PaUe.son, were attend
ing to some business matters in
Piattsmouth Wednesday aft ?rnoon.
Harry Long of South Bend was in
Murray Monday, coming down for his
automobile that has been here in the
Puis garage being overhauled. He
was well pleased with the work.
that we are headquarters at all times for
AT ALL TINES!
Dr. Gilmorc is sporting a fine new
Ford car this week.
Green Piggott was a Piattsmouth
visitor last. Saturday evening.
Be sure and attend the coffee at the
library next Saturday afternoon.
John Bauer and M. Ilild were Mur
iny visitors Wednesday of this week.
Miss Isabc-lle Shrader was visiting
with friends in Union last Saturday.
L. 1. Iliatt was looking after busi
ness matters in Piattsmouth Tuesday.
Mr. ami ?Jrs. Will Spoier anil son
Ma! tin were in Omaha last Saturday.
George Nickels and Miss Gertrude
Long were in Union last Saturday
W. H. Puis and Cameron Cathey
were Piattsmouth visitors Tuesday
Mrs. Janes Blown and daughter,
Miss Elv.ora, were Omaha visitors
Cash Ellington. f:om Plainview, Ne
braska, was viiting at the Young
home in Murray last week.
Miss Villa Gapen spent last Satur
day evening and Sunday with home
folks. Mrs. Capen met her in Omaha.
Frank Dugay and Henrietta Cream
er were visiting at the home of Mrs.
A.K'.ie Stokes down near Union last
Miss Olga M in ford came home last
Fi iday evening from Lincoln and
spent the week-end with her parents
Mrs. Or.a Lawton and little son re
turned home from their extendid visit
with friends and relatives in Illinois
I am carrying a full line of up-to-date
Spiralla Corsets. See me for the
new r.a.-ter bargains.
Etta M. Nickels.
There was the usual large attend
ance at the coffee given at the library
last Saturday. There will b? service
of this sort at the library on next Sat
March farrowing added 132 head of
Ouroc pig-; to the Oldham herd, all of
which are doing well and most of them
large enough to be out on rye and
blue grass pasture.
James Holmes has sold his fifty
acre piece of land over east of Mur
ray, a deal being completed this week
whereby it passes into the possession
of R. W. Propst. It brought ? 150.00
D. C. Rhoden received quite a pain
ful injury, but nothing serious, Mon
day, at which tims he was crowded
against th? stall in the barn by one
of his horses. He was somewhat
bruised but no bones were broken.
Reiba. the three year eld daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Farris. was taken
to Omaha last Thursday where she
had adenoids removed. Mr. and Mrs.
Farris and Dr. Gilmore went up with
her. and the little lady returned home
in the evening
Farmers in this locality have been
making an effort to get into the fields,
and most of them are real busy, but
they complain of the soil being in no
condition to work on account of being
so dry. Some of the work will have
to be abandoned until we have a rain,
so they claim.
Mrs. E. M. Steiner, who was oper
ated upon at the Presbyterian hospital
in Omaha last Thursday morning, is
improving at the present time and all
indications lead to her permanent re
covery in the near future. This will
be news well received by the many
friends of Mrs. Steiner in Murray.
J. W. Pittman and O. G. Davis
drove to Piattsmouth Thursday morn
ing to attend to some important busi
ess matters and visit county seat
friends and while here took time to
call and the Journal and renewed the
subscriptions of the papers going to
Mr. Pittman at Union and the one to
his son, C. L. Pittman, at Kimberly,
John Westlake of Milwaukee, Wis
consin, has bought the J. D. Shrader
barber shop, in Murray, arriving this
week and taking possession. Mr. West-
lake simply buys the fixtures. We un
derstand that Mr. Westlake is a good
barber and comes to Murray well rec
ommended. Mr. Shrader will accept
a position on the road in the near fu
Vance Todd Married.
Cards have been received in Murray
announcing the marriage of Mr.
Vance Todd to Miss Nellie Rusher of
Rolette, N. D., the marriage ceremony
taking place on March 28 at the home
of the bride. The cards also announce
that Mr. and Mrs. Todd will be at
home on and after April 10 in Alber
ta, Canada, where Mr Todd has farm
ing interests. The acquaintance and
friendship that led up to this happy
marriage was made at the time Mr.
Todd made his trip to California .some
time ago, when these young people
first met. The groom is the eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Todd, re
siding south of Murray, and has made
his home for the past few years in Al
berta lie is a young man of sterling
worth and comes from a family who
for generations back have always suc
ceeded in all their undertakings. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Rusher, who for years have
made their home in North Dakota.
The Journal joino with the many
friends at Mr. Todd's old home in Ne
braska in wishing the happy young
couple success all through life.
TIRED OF LIFE
Foley Kidney Pills fixed up Texas brakeinan
o he's good e iter.
Almost down anil out with kidney
trouble. I:tieumatism so tad he eould
scarcely set tip when he sat down.
Hack ached all the time.
No wonder Mr. F. A. Wooley, brake
man on the ra! from Dallas to Jack
son, Texas, "was tireil of living."
"I saw Foley Kidney Pills adver
tised," he said, "I took some and after
a short time I was thoroughly cured
and am havinjj no more trouble.
Your kidney Ills will disappear
and with them tbo backache and rheu
matism, by the use of Foley's Kidney
J 'ills. Once your kidneys become
strong and active, aihes anil pain;
will disappear like majie.
There's nothing to equal the genu
ine. ' Will help any oasu of kidney or bladder
trouble not beyond the reach of mediciuef.
Coutiiiu i-u harmful drus. Try them.
Very Serious Accident.
Fixing Up the School Bonds.
The higher grades of the Murray
schools have been doing a very excel
lent and commendable work for the
past few days in the way of feature
beauty and pleasure for the grounds
of the school. The whole south half
of !he entire front of the grounds has
been plowed up by the pupils and the
hnnrd h:is til-in1l it into. Viliif urn1;?
i.atcr the various classes will install a
tennis court and other lines of outdoor
games for their amusement during the
recess hours, .since the election ot
the new school building the Murray
schools have undergone a complete
svstem of reorganization; greater in
terest has been manifested by the pu
pil and teacher, and they are in far
better condition now than ever before.
They are among the best in the land
for their class, and the present board
is to be commended upon its accom
olishmenls during their terms of of
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ronne, aged five years, met
with a very serious accident last Sat
urday when she was thrown from a
horse and both the bones of her right
leg broken The fracture was one of
a very serious nature, just above the
ankle, and one bone protruded through
the Mesh, making it very painful. The
little girl was playing with one of the
horses in the barn yard at the time
she was thrown off. Mr. and Mrs.
Ronne reside eight miles west and one
mile north of Murray.
that we handle as complete a line of Oil Stoves as
can be found anywhere? We handle the Clark-Jewel,
New Perfection and Bon-Ami in all sizes and styles,
with or without avenus, at prices that are absolutely
RIGHT! Now is the time to buy your galvanized
chicken coops and brooders. We have a supply on
hand at a very low price as long as they last.
A Few Extra Bargains in Heavy Work
Harness and Collars.
COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER!
Murray Hardware and Implement Co.
FOR SALE Good twin Indian
Motorcycle. For sale or trade.
D. C. Rhoden.
Single Comb Rhode Island Red
eggs. $1.00 per 15; $5.00 per 100.
Baby chicks, 15c each.
A. O. Ramge,
Platts. 'Phone 3513.
i Barber Shop
t HOTEL RILEY
t Piattsmouth, Nebraska
Only Public Bath
IN THE CITY
Shoe Shining and
Hilly Puis All Smiles.
Have you noticed that broad smile
on "Billy" Puis' face for the past few
days? While in Murray Wednesday
we saw him and supposed that the
hardware firm had sold a large new
heating plant to some one or that they
bad got in a car xf bindertwine long
before all advances in the price; but
I the smile was even too great for that,
and during the rounds of the day we
learned that a fine 8'i pound baby
boy had arrived to remain with him
for tjhe next twenty-one years, and
the best of all he was happy, wore the
smile and looked just like his dad.
Doth the mother and little one are do
Tel. 200 three rlngfs
SheSIenbarger & Atkinson,
OF THE W. C, T. U, AT
THE TROOP HOME
AND . LOOK OVER
onr new line of Men's. Boy's. Misses' and Children's
Bag u atb mm
Also a complete line of Men's Work "Gloves. If in
need of anything in our line of goods drop in and we
will prove to you that our prices are right.
A full and complete line of new
Jewelry and Queensvare
ready for your inspection.
Highest Price Paid for Farm Products!
Puis & Gansemer,
Mrs. Ed Egenberger Better
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holmes
visiting in Omaha Tuesday.
Albert Wheeler was looking after
some business matters in Piatts
mouth Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bodeker. son. rnoutrh to be nresent
From Woflnesasy Dally.
Mrs. Charles Troop very pleasantly
entertained the members of the W. C.
T. U. and their friends at her pretty
home on Chicago avenue Monday aft
ernoon, it proving one of the most de
lightful social meetings the ladies of
that society have held in some time.
A very pleasing program had been ar
ranged for the afternoon, which was
greatly enjoyed by those fortunate
From Wednesday Dally.
Reports from the Clarkson hospital
in Omaha last evening stated that
Mrs. Ed Egenberger, who is there re
covering from an operation on her
throat, is somewhat better, although
still feeling the effects of her suffer
ing a great deal. Her many friends
will be pleased to note her improve
ment and trust it may continue.
Our Sunday dinners are constantly
growing in favor. Reserve your ta
bles. Hotel Riley.
, Charles, and Miss Beulah Sans were roll call consisted of naming the dry
Piattsmouth visitors Tuesday even- states and Mrs. Joe Wiles was the
nff- champion of the company as she was
James Delesdernier is riding in a able to name every one of the nine-
fine new Overland car these days, hav- teen dry states. After roll call Mrs.
ing purchased one from the Banning- E. C. Hill told the story of Esther in
DuIJois agencv at Union last Snt.nr- a most interesting manner. The dis-
The Piattsmouth orchestra will fur
nish the music at the German Home
m next Saturday evening and the best
of times is assured to all.
Please Call and Settle.
Please call and settle your account
now, either by cash or note, or we
will be compelled to place the same
in other hands for collection.
Baker & Nickels.
Good Seed Corn For Sale.
Iowa Silvermine 1914 crop seed
corn for sale, from $1.00 to $1.50 per
bushel. J. L. Shrader, Nehawka
J. L. SHRADER, Nehawka, Neb.
Light Brahma Eggs
for hatching, renewed strains from
best blood. Mrs. Wm. Gilmour,
Read the want ads in the Journal.
The Celebrated Percheron and Shire Stallion
The basket ball team, under the di
rection of Reverend Robb, gave a very
entertaining evening at the Puis &
Gansemer hall last Saturday night. In
addition to the numerous games that
were on the program, Miss May
Loughridge sang and Miss Minford
gave a number of instrumental solos.
Miss Clara Young gave a number of
readings. The evening was a very
wholesome one for the young people
.uinioru creamer snipped a car
load of hogs to the South Omaha mar
ket Monday evening. Mr. Creamer
went up and was on the market at the
time the hogs were sold.
Lee Kniss, the Murray rural route
man. made his first trip in his new
Ford auto Wednesday of this week,
and was back in Murray long before
11 o'clock. The car was purchased
through the Tlattsmouth agency.
Miss Isabelle Shrader and
Kutn Hamilton gave a chicken pie
supper at the home of Miss Shrader
Tuesday evening that was indeed a
very enjoyable affair for all those in
attendance as well as a financial sue
cess. The proceeds go for the benefit luncheon was provided by the hostess,
of the tennis club for the purpose of to which all did ample justice. A few
. M . 1
cussion lor the alternoon was men
taken ud. the subject being "The
Work That Is Most Needed in This
City" and a new school house, work
for boys and girls, beautifying the
streets and the dry campaign were
. ... . , i,
some ot the work outnneu as Dauiy
needed in this city and some very
cood suco-estions and dans were
made for putting this work into ef
fect. Misses Genevieve Whelan and
Grace Beeson then favored the ladies
with some beautiful violin selections,
Miss I which were very much appreciated as
the selections rendered by these young
r,rpnnrfltion on the nart of both in- will make the season of 1915 at my home, 2 miles east and
structor and pupil. During the course 3 miles south of Murray; xz mile east and 4 miles north of
of the afternoon a most tempting .. .
COLONEL is a rich bay, weighing 1800 pounds. He
equipping their grounds for the sum- moments devoted to social conversa- an extra sure foal getter, and his many COltS 111 this lo-
t nn anri thpn tnt lAOieS OI ine . vi. i ...
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and son, I T. U. and their friends departed for callty Will speak lor tlldr excellency.
Barney, were in Omaha this week their homes, extending their warmest
where the X-ray was applied to the thanks to Mrs. Troop for her kina
injuries Barney received at the time hospitality and declaring her to be a I
a tree lelled him in the winter. The most excellent enwrwm.
young man was injured in the arm
and shoulder and had completely lost
the use of his arm since the accident.
They still have hopes that the X-ray
will reveal some means of restoring
the arm and bringing it back to nor- ardson at Mynard
TERMS: $8.00 to insure a mare with foal; $12.00
to insure a colt to stand and suck. Mares sold or removed
from the community, service fee becomes due and payable
immediately. Care will be taken to prevent any accidents,
By having a Hayrack in time for hay- but owner of horse will not be responsible should any occur.
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ing, fnone ZIlJ. or see . . -
F. L. CSHODERI
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