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PL A'XTSM O UTIT RIK-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
AL0 NEWS ITEMS
VI 1 1 Y Zl
Prepared in the Interest of the People ot Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Reader,
J JL-X. BOOK vtM C PC;--
There is a deal of talk on preparedness.
ARE YOU PREPARED ? This world is full of vicissitudes. Yon may
be in the best of health today, with fine prospects in business. Thtr? si?.y
come a siee of illness. There may
Start a bank acrourt
! f l"
Tracy is sewi g for Mrs. J. A. !
'er this wee!'. j
."..t dinrer ard surper at the'
ristian church o Saturday, X'cv.
Thomas Smith ax d grader gang are
xir.g up the road south of Murray ;
.vith the jrrader.
Mr:-. John Llovd. who has been vis-
i.i: ,wir. iter laii.er at r,eainee, re-
umei home W ednesdav
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Brendel, Mrs.
Will Stybolt and Dr. :d Mrs. J. F.
t - , . .
Brer.ucl spent Tuesda m Avoca
Dr. A. D. Dunn, of Om.cha. was
.... . . ,
called ir cor.sulratio. '.vuh Dr. Gdrr.ore
over the severe illness of Mrs. Bird
":" , ;. .. , '. " . . , I
Mr. and Mrs Nick Fr;ecrich are;
reioicir.tr this week over th arrival!
r r r i .
of a baby girl at their homo Wednes
William and Dan Folf. of South
Omaha, drove through here Wednes-
day e n route to the Dawson home in!
Mt. Pleasant precinct.
The teachers of the Murray High
School will take the last of this week
to attend the Nebraska State Teach
ers' Association at Omaha.
Sam Patterson, of the treasury de-
partment at Wasington, D. C., spent
last Saturday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Walker, and Dr and Mrs.
G. H Gdmore
Mrs. Bird Dawson, a resident of Mt.
Pleasant precinct, age forty years,
died at her home Monday evening,
after an illness of two weeks with
pneumonia. Mrs. Dawson was born
in Mt. Pleasant precinct, and was well
and favorably known in eastern Cass
county, and was the daughter of
Charles Mateer, a pioneer of the
county, who still resides at Elmwood.
She leaves a husband, a son and two
daughters to mourn her loss. She
was well beloved by all who knew her,
and her loss to the community will be
H Til trfflrmpm
I 5 8 k a 1 3
j - jl
come a les of position. Be prepared, j
Account With Us
i hy the State Guaranty Law.
G. E. Xickles sj-ent Sunday with
Iv. R. Xickles was a Piattsmouth j
Frank Duiray was visiting friends
in Murray Sunday,
Vi,it the janan?se booth at the ba
zaar cn November 25th.
Miss Etta M. Xickles was transact-
bu3incss in Piattsmouth Friday.
--, n i - i
Gussie Pullcn and Wile have move;!
cn tl Good fa,m recentIv pUrcl,a5cd.
, . . , .
Remember the bazaar at toe Cnns-
tian church on -November 2oth. cu
Miss Pcarl Dugay crme up f'T
Pel t Wednesday and will spend the
v.-eek-en?l wfth Miss Etta Xickles.
JIrs- Oregon Dodge, from Spencer,
Neb., is visiting witn inencis ana re!-
atives at her old home near Union.
O. T. Lydia drove to Phittsmouth
Saturday afternoon to attend to so ne
important business matters ard was a
pleasant caller at the Journal cilice.
Miss Grace Jameson, of Weeping
Water spent the week end in Murray.
Mrs. Chas Read. Mrs. Rcbt. Eurr.
Mrs. Traeev Levda and Mrs. Wm.
Rice were new members of the Murray
1 -Add Society
Tho d;nner at the Presbvterian
j church on t.ic.ct;on d;:y was -von
I'rcnized, and was a money maker' for
' 'o lathes. They always serve a good
dinner and in return receive good
Our old friend Billy Wheeler, Soc
ialist candidate for county commis
sioner, was in Murray Tuesday nijcht
to hear the election returns. lie is,
well pleased with the vote he received
throughout the county. Benson, the
Socialist candidate for president, re
ceived eleven voes in West Rock
Bluffs, and Wheeler, Socialist candi
date for commissioner, received twen
' ty votes, a gain of thirteen over the
I head of the ticket.
f. l !ine of ladies' collars and
iff ets, 25 to 65c a big
rge sizes, $1.00
s and Hoods
t- st shades and styles tor
ls-s and children, 50c,
M SI !i
For lnsuniv.ee of all kinds see J. W.
For Sale A few Dnice mrdo hogs.
Oldham .Stock Farm.
Mr.-:. Charles Ca: roll was an Omaha
visitor Wednesday of this week.
Service at Low i, ton Sunday after
noon, at 3 p. rn. Everyone cordially
Don't forget that the Murray Movie
Show will start Saturday night at 7: to
o'c io-d: pre m pt 1 y .
Charles Carroll came up from
WVephig Water and lomaii.ed ovr
Irundav at his home
J. A. Sectl;
who has h-'en visit iit;.
with o:.- part
nts c.o'.vii in 2 Iis.ouri, iv
turned heme Tuesday evening.
P. A. ilild and family weic visitir.tr
at the home cf Iir. and Mrs. Alfred
Canseriier in Muriay one day thi ?
. C .
Kcmemoer tv.at i' movies -vut
at the Pais Gan-enit'i- hall
Satuidav evening ri T:!" ol-.v:
The I.ewiston ladies have about
completed the feast arrangements for
the annual Thank-giving dinner at
The coffee at the library on ntxt
Saturday afternoon will be served by
Mosdames Boedeker and Cihnore. Be
sure and attend.
Fiank Vallery, the ru.-thnjv Mi:rr:iy
; hind. mar., was looking after nmf
j bi slnss matters in the county seat
! Wcdntvdav evening.
j The new book? at the library seem
to be very populai. The ofiLvrs; oi
the ar.soeie.tion cl.iim that many more
rould be used very nicely.
The coffee given at the horary lnt
Saturday evening was well atteu led.
Rc-member tluit or. each Saturday aft
ernoon and evening dining the winter
the ladles will serve these toffees.
M:s. Maiia McDonald and Mrs.
Frank Feed entertained the Ladle-.
Aid society on November 1st. The v
was a large crowd p.c-or.t and a ;.".!
many cotpct rags sewed. A nee
iur.eh va:; served.
The M ai ray Hardware and Irapic-
n.ent compunv dolivo:
one ' t.i it
iV.mcus Titan gas enfino-;
rheel'ers to Fian:: Mi-a.-o!c tnd Pat:!
iueHer, weet of ?Iurray, tills week.
This is or e of tae good mat bine-, and
vi i. b used in shelling on'- the h::,e:e
ciop of com in their eoram unity tiiis
L. II. Puis, the Mu.i ray auto ar.d
light man, is installing one of tlit.se
now up-to-date Alamo boat plants in
the farm home of II. G. Todd. s..;tli
ot Mr.tray. Electric: ly i-s fast beccm
ing the only light for the farm a ; woil
-ts the city and tho fi-mers, of Cds
Cvvmnii-nity are insiaili:-g them .- -. ey
At the Christian church, "Christ,
the Church Goer,"' will be the sermon
topic for next Sunday morning. In
the evening the pastor will pi-each on
the character of Ruth, and will tell
of the lessons taught to yuung women
from her beautiful life. The attend
ance and interest at the evening serv
ices continue to increase. The Bible
school meets promptly at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. Will Oliver on Thursday after
noon very pleasantly entertained at
her home, east of Murray, the K. N.
K. of Lewiston, when a very import
ant business session was held and
complete arrangements were made for
V. 1 Tl l i:
iiiiiiuiii ui:;i:it.rii;if; dinner
to be held at the Lewiston church.
Mrs. Oliver srrvod n b.bitv tu-n.
course luncheon, which added very
J raach to the pleasure of the occasion.
My new bungalow, modern resi
dence, and 4 lots, with carpcr.tc-r .-!fp.
J. E. Mason.
Mrs. Frank Buttery departed on the
early -Burlington train this morning-
for .Omaha, where she will enjoy a j
f',zi in n;i-, 1 .5
tuat, titj .ivii net tjautmier, I r-j
Mrs. Paul Outland and family for a j
needles. J. Wk Crabill. 10-17-d5:v.'. i
Used Cars for sis!
1917, 6-cylinder45-H. P.
slightly used, a bargain.
3 u H '
METZ 22-H. P. Roadster
good condition, $175.00
T. II. Pollock Auto Company
,lr ar,y of tl,e rondo's of llie
Ji '.! i ii a 1 k now of any stwiul
e -i:: .r iifin of inuitM. :n
this v i.-ii'it y. ;util .vol niuil
sumo to 1 Wis oilier, it will :i i
I'fiir ii 1 1 i t -1- no i i Wo
waiit all in NVsiteu.r 1.lit)::
,7?. fi m ;pri. r-r z?- , 0. .
O cj I 5sf ' 5 'o vi..' v i. V? J
Mining Company Agrnt I;!!m d
Sharpshooters' Ch.ase .ui;-mJ.bb-i.
El Paso, Nov. 7.- Sixty-"even iar- j
oi :i:vtr In Joneer-g to an ..mtriea:i ;
n.inin- c r.ipany at Pa e-i. Ch ih"ahoH,
arc tcpoiieu to nao b i n tafvtu lan.
i.,:;var au"i. an ag-nt me cor-i-
r'V"iy, by Villa bunult'? at La:i:.o Rosa
lie c,i Oetv her L. Tiie s'r.c- wa-- sai l
to have be en valued at ::(, : and
i -vas i't ing brougiit f:xn Parral to the j
. i . . . . 4 I e . . v.. e . ....... .
cur.; !!.; aeent at lV.-r::k
Oiveei - c f the raining com
' -y they have had no c: oirmatlen
of Lhe renorted - e ! i t : v. Nt thlrvr fur-
h:.-- been li.-ae.:
: the Am.o:
:ea:i.s who wfo in Per' -il wir-a Vil'a
bandits a-e said to have tahon tlie
L-a iui i
( ha see! by Bandits.
Tuescn. Ariz... X.v. 7. Arthur Wil-
rent fo- a-i aalomol ile
ply house :rt Chih-aahu:-., rene'vec
er a enase witn :'.;a oanei! sV-jrp-
hi o:t-:s in another c -, in t!'e ce'ir-e
wh.ieh a woman whose n.amo is e
T 1. . 1 tl'-lt" l
- nor. tor were kilkd. W'i.ilems wife ; l-,..i, r ods 1 - a fa i
v as killed in Chiheahr.a befotv ;'-ejNv.i - i.o v iii ta :;.o
cha: c t . , 1 -.est n::g a' d c.: i'o
K. S. GliihS' DANCE.
The vouno- Lukes of lk. K. S. Tarn-
Girls' cla. .; will
.r Saturday evening, i.v.e.v;aber lith,
t the K. S. hall on west Locust .greet.
cordial invitation is e.t;n led to the
An Acco-nmcdatino Storm.
While a ;'!if.'i i i i rancher wa pu?
zliutr over how to harver b's :-i
walnuK. st'irm c:uvo and ?':' !. down
?;r..i!i:: wt:tli fr hit i.
.Ha-.i.es Is Wilson's Doub'e.
Tlie I..-.-i ,!..u.l.p f Pro-': -- at Wi'son
in !';:; !. i; :i ni::n nr!tiel ll':et:'s
a J it-iivor p"-t'!ii'-e inspe'-ter.
You may need an Auctioneer
is 5 till in the rinji Ycu vill find
cn the Murray Exchange.
Route No. 1
- AT" MURRAY - k
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the 7thp scc?e i fihis
Love and Brass
a (Wstor comedy
j " " 11
I Code oFhis A castors
a one reel Rex drama
U vn JFk n H 1
Show Starts at 8:30 Sharp
Bern To Mr. an.! M;v. Ft an): H.
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v.!.).;., November i, i:;jf., n son.
Vs ( !l !1 Kii'K O i!i: .
i- V lt1o?devr
with Mr. and .k. Ccrgo i lt.re
n::;n. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rouse spent Sun
day with Mr. and M Bon Apple
man. Mrs. Joe ParsoH and iaughter,
Laura, were in Lincoln between trains.
'i lio Misse- G.-tu-c B.iii'-y and l,-!.r-f
: Me'Kinney won: : 'rot, ping in I.In
c; in Monday.
M;. and Mr::. K. Jo:i;.;on and
oh,!. hen i-pcnt Sunday with riu!iv..:
a' liennctl, Nob.
By'i.-u Freeman and Mis. Foreman,
jr., were visiting Sunday at the Goo.
i 1;. Foreman borne.
- ,. 5 , s r ,jr.r,isn ,r,pnt
Suni! r :,vith Me. and Mrs. L. K5ie
n:r,x.v at E!rinv-j d
r u:!;i - M. ('
.' and oiii!-I'l-i'
hv (if naVt,-, ;v ve ;u ,
witn ro.rtivos no
.M : e. L:;vr nee
.js5lL.fi ,v;th :ir i;rv! M
ioiiii I. lack
,;:T,t.;,, iu.t v.-eek.
;-s v i n n ' 1M 1 ' ' i 1 '
'. ; yo
.-.a.ng i.r.e Y."
vith Mrs. Geo; ee
, C ; ve:, a,uj other relative .
j a;.. VT)f yti.. iy.:iv:- Rarivtt and
I i. ..r Tr.,,.,.i,.,.r ,e;-.. i l-1 u-..
av and Sunday.
Mi -. Laura Sr. dl i-'': n-. d to I in-
j t..;;, v,;n j..,. ;;ftll.. -::ixi.:.: visited he.-
eu.-.in, . .-. Charles Kiilqal' iek.
Mr. an t '. W. A. Knietlv and
.; i. o:! a--d Mi .. Clerk of Omaha
.i.-U'i lie ir si i.r, irs. Dr. L. Mul--a
1 fami'j ov. r S'-.u 'ay.
P.oy A mis', v ig had tt".e r: is foe i.ur.0
o ;:r-:in hi--, enkie bv ('.iii":e wl.ee.
; l,:m! r lt:,v oo-e- bis:. Mo!,l - If,
1 j,- ;;. ;,: u., . ,.n err..ehe-: at :.ii
ed his houe
e.or r A. id --v
til-v '" I ;t .
v ; " -eoui ;. m . t 1 e 1
Mr. r.n 1 Mr-. Chas iJer.m tt and
i '- 1,1 ' 1 --'t 'o a. 1 ;:y ane'oti up
! Srn-hiy an-l spei.t the day w.th thi-ii
c; nsias, r i : (Loiu-. Fc-i'inn;. Mrs.
Se.m Ce. -'r.'vee an.l Fi'd Pijuty and.
Mr. ; . d Mrs C onic ShaTor spem
S.-e.rd...-.- in Lir. !: v.-'o re the'- attend
ed a fa. rev. id! o. .'. et o 1 't 1 1 !', '.' hit-to.-V,
l-i'tio. C. . T- ": V. ':f. Will dc
pa -t ie i t s r fu.ure for S "atl
Mr. -.-.:'; ei;s. Ve: 1 T.i .ei: of Faller
'. u, lnii.ii., te.n.e in Sen- ev to vi.-it the
inrio folk.-; a few dans. Mr. Linch
r.ttr.d ti:e State T
cietloa at Omaha f !-'.-m WednestUiy to
i-'i " iey.
Fred Th m; s of Pi;':1 oil nr.uk
'o.ie;' v'sit with. Ids parents, .Mr. and
Mrs. Horry Tlu-mas the' last of iht
v. i. (.-':. Be was acron paidod home bj.
Ii i.- Utile dauel er. ida, who has hcei
le iv for soni.'time.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Boyles attended
the Nebraska-Ames football t.-ar;ie i:
Ti'ev we i
; .. ii'.ied liomo hy Judge V. C. llas
c.:U ar.i wife of Oir.rth.e. who visited
with them ow r Suialay.
lire I.e.iiies' Aid society wishes to
ti ank all who so kindly and willingly
helped, with the election dinner and
supper, and all who partook of ame
! f'r lhl,ir ui'P"rt, and csiieeially than!
Mr. R. W. Stewart for the use of hi:
big f.toie and kitchen, which was in
deed a veiy fine place to serve such
dinners. The ledics r.etled the nvat
sum of $('". 00.
The second regular meeting of the
AIvo Community club was held Wed
nesday evenia-r in Jordan hall with a
rve.j'.n itv of the menibcss present. At
G:Z0 an ovster surper was served
rs;aU;v w.ren a nome talent minst
hi show amused tho audience. Followi
home talent minstrel
the business session was
hi :;:!d. A class of thirtv-eiedit new
mcmbe s were voted in. The club is
con-due: :ng ore.an!.ing a stock com
narv and instrdling an electric lieht
e'lot hieii, -.ve hope, will be aecom
a:i- bed. The next meetin'r will be
'! I ig-ecrnlie.- (',, and every member
: - i"' a'cd to attend.
Monday evening the W. K. C. and
hf 'y husbands m. t at the home tif
M'.-. an.l Mrs. W. E. C.r-ey, planning
'o .;:ve them u farewell surprise, sis
they v. '11 soon leave to icside in South
Siee, Omaha, but upon arriving there
thev found the true: ts of lienor ab
sent as they had motored to Lincoln
for tho evening, whereupon the Wr. It.
C. took poS'?ion of the home and
L 1 entertained themselves. Late in the
evening they served a f umptuous re
nast. When Mr. and Mrs. Casey re
tained traces' of the merry-makers
tjjwero found here and then
The members of the Royal Neigh-
i bors of the Alvo Camp were, royally
! entertained at the home of Mr. and 13
li Mrs. W. E. Casey last Friday evening. A
3 During the evening several musieaL,
before buying your Fall goods. We announce the
arrival oi our complete line of Fall goods. We
bought most of our goods before the advance of the
high cost of cotton and woolen goods, and vre are go
ing to give our customers the benefit of the same.
Bed Blankets from $1.30 to $5.00
Sweater Coats from $1.50 to $4.50; Sheep Lined Coats
Sfi.OO to 67.50; Jersey Sweaters $1.50 to $2.50. Also
a full line of Underwear for Men, Women and Chil
dren. Also a complete line of Husking Gloves, Alitts,
Husking Pgs and Wristlets'
Make Cur Store Your Headquarters
Puis ii Ganseme
-umbers were rendered to the dcli-iht
of all -pit. seat. A tempting lunch, was
ctved. A mong those presenc were
Messrs. amf Mesdair.es L. B. Applo
,',jn, 1. H. Clark, L. D. Mullen, Lin
coin Dio.-.raitt, Augu.-.t Jolinson. Carl
J.unson. S. C. Doyle.--, Jn ". Kiliott ard
.I'lUghter. Miss Gra.ee. De.n Willieur.s.
Mrs. Kile. Prouty and daughter, Bes
sie, Mrs. IL A. ikiiley and Mrs. Dora
Sin. ii'e r.
Lewis E. Bobbitl was born June 1,
VJ, -,n -lie hc.raesioal two miles
-ath of Alvo. lie live.! at this rku-e
ur.til 21 yea is of age. He attended
1 c- Weeping Water academy, where
o reheated, and at the age of 2-1
vas united in marriage to Miss Min
nie A. Fort man of .Vivo, Neb., Deecm
i:er if., IS;'-;. To this uircn was bo in
w children, Marian D. an 1 Hazel,
ut at the age of 7 years and 2
Tenths- Marian iied. In the year J )
. Bobl-.ltt movet! to University
Pia.ce, Neb. Mr. ' Ihbbilt receive-i an
-piointmr.i as clerk in the post oil ice
it Lincoln, Neb. In BUI. he and hi,:
family moved to Lincoln, their pres
r.t home. M' P- bbitt is survived by
his wife and dauehter. Hazel; his
t'ather. T. X. Bubbitt; two brothers,
F Br.bl.it' of Lireoln and Wm. M.
Bobbltt of Modal- la., am! G. D. Bob-
dtt of Mfoehta.l. Kan.
Hie mother went tt, her rest in 1011.
Mr. Brbhitt was a good Christian
man, having been a member of the
Methodist Episcopal church for many
DLUFL CO. LAND. The host in
vestment in the state. Write for
irices anl terms.
Bitchey Lnnd Co.,
THOUGHT FOB TODAY.
We cannot look around i;s
. without being struck by the stir-
prising variety and multiplicity
-I- of the sources of beauty cf ere- ;
cttcn, produced by form and J
color, or by both united. Mc-
Whtit cun you got more enjoyment and comfort
out of than a good liase Uurner or Heater on those
winter days that will soon be here? We can show
you a complete line of Round Oak heaters, Monitor
Base Burners and the Old Reliable Monarch Ranges,
at prices that are absolutely right. Vh.ile we handle
other brands of stoves, we mention the above makes,
as our choice of the whole bunch, and we do not be
lieve vou cnu buv b3tter stoves no matter what price
you pay. Come in and look them over, then tell us
what you think.
urn aWdB 0 Ajiu
u'ror.i Tuesday's Daily.
Jus. Lou eh ridge was in the city to
day for a few houis en route from
Murray to Fo 1 Dodge, la. He had
been back home to cast his vote.
Charles Iliatt, jr., departed this
mornine; for E.iLson, Neb., where he
.v ill spend the winter with relatives
in that locality and attend school.
G. L. Krae'eer of the vicinity of
Myr.arii wr.s attending to some busi
ness matters in this city today ami
while here gave this oliice a very
Nat Huston of LaPlatte was in the
city for a few hours, today, coming
frtm his fam home at LaPlatte, looh
inr after some matters of business
with the merchants.
A. F. Nickels of near Murray was
an t ng tho-e going to Omaha this aft
ernoon, where h ' will visit for a few
days with friends and look after some
matters of business.
II. W. Cory, who has been here vis-
! itin wilh U thcr. John Cory, de-
j yesterday for California, where
j 'mU"' in th:;t 'state
j the hope of benefitting his health,
which is quite poorly.
7hk McBride of Cedar Creek was
attending to some important business
matters in this city yesterday a.nd
while here called at this ofjice and
ordered the Piattsmouth Journal sent
to his address, in order that he mieht
be kept posted on happenings through
out the county.
From Wednesday's Daly.
Mont Bobb, of Union, was in the
city today locking after the election
returns from the county.
J. G. Koukal of Othello, Wash., is
making an extended visit with rela
tives and friends in this vicinity.
L. A. Meisinger was in the city to
day for a few hours looking after
some trading with the merchants and
calling on his fiiends.
James Robertson was among those
going to Omaha this afternoon, where
he will attend a meeting of the board
of contiol of the Nebraska Masonic
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