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rLATTS:IOUTH 5"E3iI-WTFELT JOUKNAt,
J.J' JUL'.. I! Jl.
p.xi. am, jijl .
in tb. tuc of Lhe People of "Murray cud Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
If any of the readers of the
Journal know of ari.v sooial
event or item of iijtemt in
this vicinity, and will m&il
sameTothisoPii-e.it will ap
pear under this headit)f. We
aut all Dews iternsr-EiJiTOH
A EJank Account
is me in&raiiar ox the Siome;
I: yon are a nan of family you must have a bank account. A BANK
ArCDUZTT IS THE BULWARK, THE GIBRALTAR, OF YOTJH HOME
It y-U' t- you ir: ti.r..: of need.
It ivcs you a f:-iiii of independence.
It strer.iriheus you.
It Is a Consolation to Your Wife
to Ycur Children
Four ;-'-r cent r;" trivet on time deposit?.
ir deposits ere protected by the St-ite Guaranty Lav.
ftiCJRRAY STATE 8AKK
-K- '' U Su. "uny ; Mv.ry WiW-y had a crew of
- I !-cl i't ' Lome .iv. I?;'' wood tl.i?
. . v ' -
tii - we!:, i Tiu li".tdi-.-finir .-tunt was triven
(. A. 1 !-'( a thi Kt;y C ail: ; bt-!l hoire
.- ;;i-t I;- i M-.-r.aay.
j ?.: !.-s Morrison was visitincr at the
ir.-. .T. H. I!;mv.t Vvit- ' hr.iv Mr. ai ii Mr?. Ai.!v Camp-
af- :i t l r.urscay.
J f. .'Icy C-t-.'.ir.or ard ;e-'iir- Shrn
I'. E. Vallery was a business visi
tor in Omaha Monday of this week.
('. E. Ptttit, our jrenial station
airont, was an Omaha visitor last
W. L. Seybolt ami J. B. Seyholt at-tt-ndeJ
to matters of business in the
county seat Tuesday.
Mi.-s Liu-i'c Thorpe, sister of our
principal in the schools, of Lincoln, is
isitiaj" heie this week.
Mir ford tv. Creamer shipped a car
of mied stock to the South Omaha
market Wednesday evening.
Dr. (I. II. (Jilmore has been suf-ft-rinf.
with that peculiar malady, tin
I. a Grippe fi.r the past few days.
Mrs. W. Ci. Doedeker and Mls
Beiilali Sans attended tlie play "The
Harden of Allah'.' in Omaha Tuesday
even in ir.
r.r Sale A counk- of fine Scotch
Collie Hoirs at a price that is ritrht
if taken soon.
Hans' Christensen, Union.
AIi)e!t Younp: and crew were en
jra'ed during the first of the week,
making some repair? at the Oscar
Cuj'.n tenant farm.
The Earl Lancaster ?ale was quite
v. t-ii attended Wednesday of thi
weel:. Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster will
svmju move to their old home near
I'tn .vninjr, M issouri.
C. O. Lyntre and family will soon
move from Murray and make their
Heme on the W. F. Schliehtemeir
farm south of town for the coming
si:m.mcr, v h.ere Carl
M !'. Schiichtemeitr.
will V(i!-!: f
Evidently th.e a)ieals of a wetk
a.tro in these columns have met with
little resnonse unon the uart oi i .
. . . , it
.Murrav and per citizens. Well, it
J r.u.kc- t'ii.- future home. They
taken un their resich nce in the :
r,t th - ;.ft.'f!K''n Si'.ml.ty with.
Slwade:- and family.
- -'-.". 1 Ci "icy Schw..b. Arthur Crunk and
.. P-i. 'i.ire:: '.f M ;-. a-,! Mrs. ; f'tis Split; assisted in the butcherinjj
v . i- - ..-.-n r.unr..r.'d ; : - Allc-rt Wilson home this week.
': - ."!' the p...-t : .v ti.iv.-. J I r. il. I". U rech-l a; d Mrs. J. T.
i ; ; ! ci-. '':v:.:i;t: a: 1 Mrs. j LiO:i'iei v- e- e v):iahu visitors Tues-
V. ; : t. .- .:',:. v.-j-h thlr 1 '-:' ' 1 t-tis wet-i:, rettirr.ir:i:- home via
- . Al:. ill. j!.. tit!;: week, I "-T..'"21
; i ';: . ' ' N-L",.-r;' City, vr.r ! Ti:e: . v. :- fiite a r.vrr.i.er of
: . .v -ittfr . Sl.:..!. .v. a rivst farmer-- f n.;r, iv. ar.i : round Lensiia
..' ;t... : i.iv sr. rv : in 1. 1 '! -v :;t the i.ari Lancaster
' J . "'"v . !.,!' o:' ; sa;e Nv ei:aeu ;y. .
. C.impl-. i! .-T.-rt last Sr.tu'-uay ! i:- I:- the ma-.-i.inNt at the
S ;-.-a;y '--ith rhittsrouth fri-.-ins. L. IP. Puis- trarttire. ha arrived in
- t; ,,UJ-h i- reti prefers 1 M array ith his family, and will
'- - ':;!. c t it jse timet.
' ' L: '.. '.vs-" h;-.- been in the
:? : t: tjat five- 11. L. Creamer returned frjm
- t '- "- i.or.ie Ttti .-day of this Omaha Tue.-tday, whe"e he vi.-itfd
- i - .evi:?:c l tiy imp!-oVed. w'.-!i his wife at th hospital. lie
': -. Marry Creamo.. -.vho is still repots jlrs. Creamer improving.
!.t- St. .! .-ra:t t -r.;T ! in Onuata ' v.'hifli will be r od r.ews to the many
: . in. :- ::nproviiir j-nd lue-rais nere.
' ; j; :.'.at s..a v.-.H I .rd has leen received in Murray
l" ::-i:" '! ' tte. that .7. D. Shrader. formerly of Mur-
: . ;.i:-.i .Mix M. h'i.d. of Plans-; ray. hr.s embarked in the hotel busi-
.;i.p.ii.i(-d t y ?irs. L. W. ; ress in the metropolis. lie has dis
w. -e M arr .y a i it:s one dayirose.i rf his dwelling and is now
v t .:!' tue.-:.- at the home ! nianaeer of the St. James hotel.
...i.. L. .1. 1 - r!i,.le J (. v rh..!f:i:.t. from near
a . --y '' t'-.:-; year was a record t'nir.r. wa.- a pleasant visitor in Mur-
' t:t' ."'it : l. I". I), j v;;v rdoncia.y of this week. He has
" '. : w.-.s a tM of f'oi"i ,et.:, tie ! i:p pi'etty close to home this
- ' --H'u ar.d pieces 1 winter owinjr to sickness, and his
' '''---iiir the month. This ' i.--ny friends in and near Murray
' ' f any ore nr.rih rc indeed yrlad to see him once
the Commercial Club must die. we
ate indeed sorry to know it, and we
believe that Murray will sure miss
The lecture on the "Xecessitty of a
'a Necessity" at the Puis & Ganseme
i hall last Friday evening was well
attended for a lecture number, and
Dean Harmon was certainly an en
; tertainir.-r and able speaker. Many
.truths were left with the hcarer
ithat will aid them through life.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
John Hobscheidt, Jr.. died at iheii
home on Wednesday. February oth.
The funeral services and burial was
made from the home Thursday of this
wee!;. The little one was born on
the "rd of February and died on the
ith. .Mr. and Mrs. Hobschcidc have
th-. -sympathy of the entire commun
ity Fred Enyelkemier met with a very
severe and serious accident this week.
Tuesday eveuir.jr he was assisting in
cutting dw.vn trees, and in fellintr one
of taem it struck him across the lower
limbs breaking one ler ar.d quite se
erely spraininjr tlie other. The
youn.tr man is frettinir alonjr as well
a? could be expected under tlie circumstances.
-:- was c -tahii; hed.
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN NOTES
Arthur Younjr was an Omaha visi
Cameron Cathy bought a team ff
horses from Rex Younjr this week.
Georjre Yunjf is visitinpr at the
home of his daughter Mr. and Mrs.
E. S. Tint has been suffering with
a seisre of the jrrippe for the past
W. D. Wheeler spent Monday of
this week in Murray visiting with his!
W. II. Puis went to Omaha Wed
nesday to attend the hardware deal
Mrs. Lloyd Gaper, was visiting with
her sister, Mrs. Creamer at the hospi
tal in Omaha this week.
Misses Opha Baker and Eva La
Rue and Mrs. Edith Taney were
Omaha visitors last Friday.
Albert Wheeler was lookinjr after
some business matters in the county
seat Wednesday of this week.
The library will serve eats at the
library rooms Saturday evening. The
new books are here. Look up a rood
j Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Uhh-h.
ta fine baby, boy on February I'-th.
Mother ami little one trettin- alonir.
See the bijr picture at the Puis &
Gan.serner hall. Monday eveninir Feb.
7 2th. Charley Chalin tlie old tima
Miss Henrietta Creamer was vis
iting with friends in Omaha for a
few days last week, returning hm
t Georpe Shields was a business vi-.-
in t!,e county seat last Saturday,
and while there called at the Journal
office for a brief visit.
There will be quite a number of
Murray sports in attendance at the
Stecher-I'eters wrestlinir mutch in
Omaha Friday evening.
Jim Tilson and family are movinc:
into the Puis house in the north part
of town. Mr. Tiison will farm the
Spanjrler place this season.
Attend the hip feature ni.L'h.t at
the Puis , Gansemer movie .sh'ow
Monday evening, Feb 12th. Ip'irular
i prices of admi.-.sion. .Do not fad to
see t:.e t'ooiI one.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Puis are re
joicing this week over the arrival of
a fine new boy at their home last
Thursday. The little man weitrhs
l poiinos and Utt says he is one
of the finest in the land.
C. E. Carroll went down to Weap
inr Water last Saturday where he
spent Saturday and Sundav at the
home of his son Ern and family. The
children of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll have
been on tlie sick list lor the past few
Do not fail to see "Tillie's Punctur
ed Romance" at the Puis & Gansenur
hall, Monday eveninir, Feb. 12th.
One of the greatest pictures ever
thrown on the screen. Six big reels
of laujrhter for the regular prices of
Big Special Picture
Night for Murray!
6 RE! EL 6
and Charley Chaplin
One of the greatest pictures
ever placed on the screen
You Should Not Miss It!
One more week has passed, and the
Murray elevators have been given
another great big box car each, in
which they were given the opportun
ity of loading out a small quantity of
their accumulated grain. They need
at least twenty-five each for the
James Delesdernier met with a
very painful accident this week, one
that will probably cripple him for
some time. He was engaged in split
ting wood when the axe slipped from
the loir, and the keen edge of the
same struck him squarely on the shin
bone, .sinking quite deeply into the
bone resulting in one of the most
stubborn wounds that could be made
upon the iirnb. He is confined to his
h-'tae and sulfers a great deal with
the !njiii, but should no serious com
pi'cntioiis s t ir. he will be restored to
his Aimer health in time.
New piano for
if taken at once.
sale at a bargain
HIATT & TUTT.
en di suils for sr.rin? IS! 7. No raise in prices on the
v. til kr.cvi! Bern line of clothes for which we have ex-dusiv-
Gc-ic. Mo.-c than SCO boautiful cloths to select
It is vrise that your order early while the stock is
romplele. We guarantee nt c:zid materials absolutely.
New spiing hats &nd caps for men and boys now in
Ik xi jL "v V W
Py appointment of the general as
sembly next Sabbath will be observed
as a day of special prayer for the
colleges and seminaries, and the pas
tor will speak on Christian Educa
tion in the morning. He will preach
at 7:."!") p. m. The Sabbath school
will be at 10:00 a. m.
The Woman's Missionary Society
mcets Friday afternoon with Mrs. G.
Tuer.day of last week Dr. and Mrs. j
Jackson visited in iced Oak, Iowa, re
turninjr home Wednesday Morning.
REX YOUNG. AUCTIONEER, BUSY.
Rex Yung, the rustling Murray
auctioneer, has been very busy for
the past few days with his public
.sale business, lie has been holding
a sale every day for the past week,
and several of them have been down
in Otoe county, where he is becoming
known as the auctioneer of this part
cf the state. lie is a hard and con
scientious worker, and will stick for
the last dollar in the article that he is
offering for sale. He is looking out
for the interests of his employer, and
usually delivers the goods.
A high grade bull calf. The sire
of this calf is pure bred and comes
from a dam who has an official list
of 36 pounds of butter in seven days.
The dam of this calf is the very best
milch cow in our. herd. The calf is
beautifully marked and if one wishes
to improve their herd in the milk
stock they would make jio mistake in
buying this calf.
OLDHAM STOCK FARM.
V. E. Perry and Mr. Marshall pass
ed through Murray Wednesday en
route to Plattsmouth, where they had
some matters of business to look
after. Mr. Perry is now living near
Wabash, on one of the finest farms in
You will miss a genuine treat if
you fail to attend the Movies in
Murray on Monday evening. Feb. 12th.
A great big special night with six
big reels of fun for the regular prices.
"Tillie's Punctured Romance," with
Marie Dressier, Mabel Normand and
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holmes and
Mrs. C. A. Rawls motored down from
Plattsmouth Wednesday to spend the
day with friends Jim does not get
around the old home as often as
when the weather is nice, but is al
ways a mighty welcome visitor.
You will find some of the best mules
ever offered at public auction at the
sale of Wilson Bros., to be held at
their home next Thursday, February
loth. If you are looking for a good
team it will certainly pay you to at
tend this sale. They are going to be
sold and the high dollar takes them.
TIME FOR HARNESS OIL.
We oil your harness for ?1.00 per
set, and now is the best time to have
it done. Also first-class repairing of
all kinds at reasonable prices. Ten
per cent discount on horse blankets
and robes. John F. Gorder, Platts
A Woman's Experience With Grippe.
When a cough or cold hangs on, and
j-ou have aches and pains that are
hard to define, it is likely that grippe
is taking hold of your system. Mrs.
J. A. Rodgers. Switzer, S. C, says:
"I am susceptible to colds, often end
ing in grippe. In this case I have
found Foley's Honey and Tar to pre
vent doctor bills. Sold everywhere.
There will be a Valentine
J dance given at the Puis & Gan-
semer hall, in Murray, on Tues- !
I- day evening, P'ebruary 13. Music.
J by the Holly orchestra of Platts
Z mouth. You are cordially invited
J to attend. 4
-AT MURRAY -
The 5th episode of
in two reels
Featuring Marie Walcamp,
Jack Holt and Eddie Polo
a one reel Powers
a Nestor comody
Show Starts at 7:45 Sharp
Tuesday, February 21 , 1 91 7
SERVICE DAY AT OUR STORE!
For the benfit of the users of De Iival Cream Separators we
have established a lU Laval Srrvire Day.
On this date we will be glad to have any De Laval user bring
his separator to our store for a complete and careful inspection and
adjustment, which will be made free of charge. Should any parts
due to unusual wear or accident need to be replaced, this will be
done, the only charge leing for the price of the new parts used.
A De Laval Service man will be with us to assist with this work.
Bring in your Separators and receive the benefit of his advice on the
care and operation of your machine, as well as the free service. It
is our wish, and that of the De Laval Company that every user of
a De Laval Separator get the maximum of efficiency at the minimum
No expert is required to keep a De Laval in repair. A little care
with the use of De Laval Separator Oil will keep it running satis
factorily for years if adjustments are made when needed.
COME EARLY AND AVOID DELAYS
Hardware and Implement Co.,
W ILL SERVE LUNCHES.
W. S. Scott of Murray has arranged
to furnish lunches at all sales
throughout the county where it may
be desired, and will see that the needs
of the hungry are looked after prop
erly. Anyone who is desirous of hav
ing lunch served at any public sale
should call on or address W. S. Scott,
Murray, Neb. tf
GILLESPIE DID IT.
Sheriff Carl D. Quinton of Platts
mouth was in the city today and says
he is confident that the two Gillespies
and Moore were the parties that bur
glarized the store at Union. They
were arrested up there and the jus
tice of peace before whom they were
taken took the statement of the boys
that they were not in the store nor
had taken anything, but they admit
ted to Sheriff Quinton afterwards that
they had ridden as far as Union on a
freight train and it was so cold they
got off and hid their sacks of furs
while they "hustled" something to eat.
They were in Union at the time the
store was robbed and Sheriff Quinton
says he is convinced they did the work.
Nebraska City News.
For Croup, Coughs and Colds.
A. Baxter, Wheeler, Wis., says
"For ten years we have used Foley's
Honey and Tar in our family and
consider it the best cough medicine
on the market, especially for chil
dren, as they like to take it." Con
tains no opiates; safe for babies; ef
fective for adults. Checks croup;
stops coughs; relieves colds. Sold
Offer $100.00 for your car if stolen,
if you are insured bv J. W. Holmes.
I will offer at public auction at my
home on the James Chalfant farm,
five and a half miles southeast of
Murray, eight and a half miles south
of Plattsmouth,, six and a half miles
northeast of Union, and a quarter mile
north of old Kenosha church, com
mencing at 10 o'clock a. m., on Thurs
day, February 15th, the following:
Twenty-four head of mules and
Eighteen head of mules, weighing
from 1,000 to 1,200 lbs., coming four
Six head of horses and mares,
weighing 1,000 to 1,400 lbs.
Two good milk cows.
Terms of Sale: Six to nine months
time will be given, purchaser giving
good bankable paper bearing 8 per
cent interest from date. All property
must be settled for before being re
moved from the premises. Lunch will
be served at noon.
R. W. Your.g, Auctioneer.
W G. Boedeker, Clerk.
Dr. Eleick, Z?,2 World-Herald build
ing, Omaha, specialist in eye, ear,
nope and throat disaKes, will be at
Plattsmouth every Tuesday, at E. A.
McElwain jewelry store. Eye glasses
For dyspepsia, our national ailment,
, use Burdock Blood Bitters. Recom
mended for strengthening digestion,
purifying the blood. At all drug stores.
?1.00 a bottle.
Dawson Will Fix It.
Take advantage of our large stock and early buy
ing, we will save you at least
on every pair you purchase of us. We carry the three
most celebrated lines, Viz: F. P. KIRKENDALL, THE
HARLOW and NOYES-NORMAN SHOE CO.
You will always find our grocery stock complete
and of standard brands.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR PRODUCE
Puis & Gansemer,
Drs. TJIach & Maori, Tba Dentists
Th lrget nd bct equipped denUl offlcM in Omihk. SprtUllsU
charge of all work. Lady attendant. Moderate Prices. Poroelaia filliaj
just like tooth. Instrument carefully steruued alter ucinf-
Send for ruz lample of Sani-Pyor Pyorrhea Treatment.
3rd Floor Paxton Block OMAHA
IP i I AS FISTULA Pay After You Aro Cured
A mild system of treatment, that cures Piles, Fistula and ther
Rectal Diseases in a short time, without a surgical operation. No Chloroform
Ether or other general anasthetic used. A cure paaranteed in every case ac
cepted for treatment, and no money to be paid until cured. Write for book oa
Rectal diseases, with testimonials of prominent people who have been permanently
OR. TARRY B Du!ldlns-Oraahfi.
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