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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1917.
PLATTSM 0 UTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
If any of the readers of tbe
Journal know of any social
event or item of interest in
tl lis vicinity, end will mail
saaie to this office, it will ap
pear under this heading'. YV'e
want all newsiteoa9 Epitoh
I II. II Hill I ' - .1. 1 N'1
1 'kgaJ Z
II Si nserve
piiii Your Cash
Cash in bank means a lot
to you. It prepares you for
If there's a slump after the
war, ready cash will tide you
If there is a business ex
pension, a goodly bank account
will find you ready for it.
See us today about that ac
count cf yours. We do all
kinds of banking.
W. H. Puis was an Omaha visitor
Wednesday of this week.
Homer Shrader was looking after
business in Plattsmouth Monday.
Wm. Puis and wife spent Sunday
Services at Lewiston next Sunday
Get ready for the big Thanksgiv
ing dinner at Lewiston.
Mrs. Bove Ascli was transacting
Four per cent interest on time deposits.
Our deposits are protected by the State Guaranty Law.
MURRAY STATE EAK
For Sale: Stveu head of Duroc
boars. Oldham Stock Farm.
.Mr. and Mrs. Dick "Pitman were
Plattsmouth visitors Tuesday.
One Duroc-Jersey hog for sale. En
quire of Will Oliver, Murray, Neb.
H. C. Long drove to Plattsmouth
Tuesday afternoon to attend to some
Mr. and Mrs. Will Oliver motored
to Plattsmou'h Saturday afternoon
for a short visit with' relatives.
Xew corn cribs are looming up in
this locality to beat the band, in or
der to hold the big crop that is now
Mrs. Ed Lutz, of Plattsmouth and
Mio. Miller, of Peoria,'Illinois, came
down from Plattsmouth Tuesday for
a day's visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Hiatt.
Den Dill went up to Lyons the lat
ter part of last week for a vsiit with
hi ; mother, and frcm there to Rosa
lie where lie will make a visit with
his son, Ray, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marier and
Mrs. Prank Marier. Jr., drove down
to Camp Funston last week to visit
a couple cf days with Frank Marier,
who is in Uncle Sam's big army.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred business in Plattsmouth Monday.
Hild. " I Mrs. Philiii Kell was lookinir nf-
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gapen were ter business in Plattsmouth Mon-
Omaha visitors Tuesday of this week. da
POULTRY AND EGGS
M E? B
filf you have no time to bring them
in to us, we will call. Just use your
telephone. Highest market price paid
tX all times.
J. 0. WHEELER,
MURRAY - - NEBRASKA
Frank Moore has been numbered
with the sick for the past few days.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Carter Al-
hin. on Thursday. October 11th. a
Otto Puis and family spent last
Sunday in Murray at the home of W
H. Puis and family.
W. D. Kellison fell this week.
wrenching and injuring his knee
quite severely, and has since been
confined, to his home.
Anderson Davis, who has been so
poorly for the past few weeks, re
mains in about the same condition
this weeks. At times he is very low.
Harry Barrows and a party of
friends from Omaha are expected to
arrive in Murray this week for a
few days' hunting and camping on
Rev. E. L. Hughes delivered two
very interesting sermons at the
Christian church last Sunday, and
will fill the same pulpit next Sab
bath, both morning and evening.
Will Homan has moved into Mur
ray and will make his home for the
winter in the Holmes building on
the upper end of Main street. He
will husk corn for G. M. Minford.
Mrs. James Sans and sons, Charles
and John, and daughter. Miss Beu
lah, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Boedeker
and Charles Boedeker took Sunday
dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Barrows, in Murray.
Frank Mrasek returned home on
last Saturday evening from Kansas,
where he made a trip in his Ford
car looking after some matters of
business. He reports crops especial
ly the corn, turning out very poorly
from a few miles southof Linooln
clear through to his destination ' in
the Sunflower state.
among the number who are praising the
quality of "Big Kurnel" That's the coffee
which usually sells- for 35c and on which
we are making an extraordinary low price
of 25c or 2 pounds for 45c. We don't
care where you've bought coffee or what
you paid, you can't beat "Big Kurnel." We
guarantee it and refund your money if you
don't say it is the best for the price you ever
MURRAY, : :
Frank Vallery was looking after
some matters of business in Omaha
Martin Bartlett and' wife spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Brown.
Frank Moore was looking after
some matters of business in the
county seat last Saturday.
Miss Metz, of Talmage, is in Mur
ray this week visiting at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Pettit.
Mrs. Lee Farris entertained the
members of the M. E. Aid society of
Union at dinner last Thursday.
Lee Brown bought a car load of
stock hogs in Kansas City last week,
which he has placed on his farm for
Mrs. Ab Murdock, who has been
quite sick at her home near Nehaw
ka for the past few weeks, is some
better at this time.
On Tuesday evening, October CO,
the regular meeting of the Library
association will be held. Be sure and
attend as the business of the coming
year will be discussed. Mrs. Llgyd
Mrs. Jackson expects to go today
to North Bend to attend the annual
convention of the Women's Missio
nary societies of the Omaha Presby
tery of the United Presbyterian
church, which will hold its sessions
in that city today and tomorrow.
Mrs. Rev. William Murchie came
over from Red Oak, Iowa, Saturday
morning with her baby daughter for
a short visit with her parents, Dr
and Mrs. Jackson at the United Pres
byterian parsonage, returning home
The workmen are again on the
job in full force at the Puis garage
The Bauer heating men came down
this week, and the boiler for the
heating plant is being set. Herman
Tiekeetter, the boss carpenter, is al
so on the-job, and the work will be
rushed to completion.
Tbe next number of the Lecture
course will be given on November
23rd, which will be the Cross Con
cert company, an announcement of
which will be found in another col
umn of this issue of the Journal. This
number is most highly recommended
and should be well attended.
Just a few days left to buy Lib
erty Bonds. Remember you can get
them at the Murray State Bank, and
that $9,000.00 is the quota for the
two Rock Bluffs precincts. The cam
paign ends Saturday evening, Oct
27th. Buy today, do not wait unti!
tomorrow, for you may be too late
The $1.00 dues for the library for
the coming year is now due. All of
those who can will please hand the.
money to the librarian. The book
committee met last Friday and or
dered a number of the latest fiction
as well as refined reading for the
schools, together with some good,
Rev. W. M. Jackson drove up on
Monday, from Topeka, Kansas, to see
his parents, at the United Presbyter
ian parsonage, and also his sister,
Mrs. Murchie, who was visiting at
their borne. Wednesday morning he!
started back to his home. The drive
on Monday against the strong wind
from the north was very unpleasant
' Next Sabbath the annual thank
offering service of the Woman's Mis
sionary society will take the place of
the morning service at the United
Presbyterian church. There will be
a good program and a cordial invi
tation is extended to all who can at
tend. The pastor will preach at
7:30. His sermon will present some
phases of the great Protestant re
formation, the four hundredth anni
versary of which is being observed
Albert Philpot and Sumner JJall
came near meeting with a very ser
ious auto accident -tight miles west
of Lincoln last Saturday. They were
returning home from Perkins coun
ty in Albert's Ford car, and in turn
ing out of tho roadway to permit a
large car to pass, they ran into a
ditch and turned the car over, it be
ing quite badly damaged. Albert re
ceived quite an ugly flesh wound in
the arm and Sumuer a sprained an
kle. Mr. Hall lives 'at Elmwood;
R. R. Nickels and daughter. Miss
Bertha, were Plattsmouth visitors on
Walter Sans and wife were try
ng out the new Buick roadster to
Plattsmouth Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Cameron and daughter, of
Lincoln, have been the guests of
Mrs. George Wagner and family for
the past week.
Chas. Dill, of Ganby, Nebraska, ar
rived in Murray last Saturday for a
few days' visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Dill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hobscheidt, Sr.,
of Plattsmouth, who have ben at the
home of their son, John and family.
returned to their home this week.
Mrs. Hobscheidt has been sick and
confined to her bed for some time.
Mrs. George Park and mother.
Mrs. Mary Wiley, will entertain the
K. N. K. Thursday afternoon, No
vember 1st. All members are re
quested to be present at this meet
ing, as the final arrangements will
be made for the annual Thanksgiving
II. C. Long returned home Moa
day from Furnace county, where he
has been for the past few weeks put
ting in wheat. He planted over 300
acres on his farm n that eounty
Mr. Long drove his team back.
George Parks is assisting in the
carpenter work on the Ona Lawton
residence in Murray.
Arm Broken in Three Places
Robert Young, who fell from au
apple tree last week and was report
ed as slight injured, was taken to
Omaha la'st Friday morning and
placed under an X-ray examination,
which disclosed the fact that his limb
was broken in three places. Owing
to his advanced age it will require
several months for the injured mem
ber to heal. The surgeons are of the
opinion that he will be compelled to
remain in the hospital until the
middle of January. It will be re
membered that Mr. Young spent a
number of months in the hospital for
an injured limb some time ago, and
these injuries are on the same limb.
The many fr'ends of Mr. Young sym
pathize deeply with him in his mis
fortune and trust that his stay in
the hospital will restore the injured
member to its fornrtr condition. He
is in the St. Joseph hospital.
Will Appear Here Soon in a Musical
John B. Varallo, manager' of tho
Varnllo-Gross Orchestra Compnnyi
thoujrh not old in years, has done little
else but entertain the public musically.
He was first introduced in the lyceunj
by that shrewd judge of talent an
men, Giffen. and for year? John B.
find his brother. Michnel, with two oth
ers, made up Giffen Troubadours. ;
After leaving the Troubadours and
for about five years, the Varallo broth
ers and Miss Gross, the cellist, did
vaudeville work, giving wholly musicaj
programs. As their work was legitir
mate and high class. It was only a
short step back Into the lyceum work:
Besides the two men, John B. and Mi
chael Varallo, there are two ladle
in the company. Miss Goldie Gross,
relHst, and Miss Claire Qoutanr,
The combination of violin, cello, harp
and piano Is certainly a most excel
lent one and the iopularity of thi.4
company cannot be overstated. In ad
dition to the variety possible in the in.
struments, Mis Claire Coutant will
present costumed readings.
Food Conservation Meeting.
L. F. Langhorst, chairman of the
Food Conservation committee, in
company with Charley Bailey, both
of Elmwood, were in Murray Mon
day and held a very enthusiastic
meeting along this line at the high
Echool building during the ..after
noon. There was a pretty good at
tendance, including teachers from' a
good many of the surrounding school
districts, and as a result of this meet
ing an active campaign is expected
to be launched in this community.
Mr. Langhorst delivered a very inter
Household Goods for Sale
One Majestic steel range, 2 bed-
Bteads, 2 mattresses, 2 springs, 1
stand table, 1 commode, 1 Edison
Home phonograph, 6 dining chairs,
4 rockers, 1 dress form, 25 yards of
carpet, 1 guitar, linoleum 12x1625
gallon copper kettle, a number of
stone jars. GEORGIE CREAMER.
Prompt Action Averts Trouble.
A constipated condition not only
poisons the blood stream, but quick
ly affects the liver and other organs,
causing biliousness, sick headache,
sour fctomach, bloatiug, etc. Foley
Cathartic Tablets are mild in action,
yet cleanses thoroughly, with no
nausea nor cositve after effects. Keep
bowels regular, stomach sweet, liver
active. Sold Everywhere.
Call Plattsmouth Garage for serv
ice. TeL 394, also livery? J. E Mason,
Prop. s -
CHICHESTER S PILLS
l A !. yowr OmcpUt for
fii-fch'Cl Mtd .-.-.4 Unlit n.rt-.i,cjr
Tr e-.il 5!u9 Kii.boQ.
v J ytjii kn.fApiilitif aiet, Ali ' krllablc
-r SOLD BY CRtGGSla EftiffttHERS
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Why Do You Strive for
Why Not Raise Ordinary Livestock, Ordinary Grain
or Ordinary fruit?
It costs extra money to start and maintain a herd of blooded
cattle, hogs or sheep.
It takes extra time and care to select quality seed com as
a basis for a quality crop.
It takes extra money, time and care to start and keep up a
quality fruit orchard.
You could do away with this extra expense by being satis
fied with just ordinary products. Why do you seek quality?
Here is the reason: You pin your
faith to quality because you know
that the extra expense entailed by
the effort for quality is more than
offset by the extra profits -that qual
ity products return.
Quality is profitable In what you
raise to sell. It is just as profitable
in what you buy to use.
We -have at your service a stock
of highest quality farm implements.
There is nothing of the ordinary in
these implements. Their quality has
Vara! to-Gross Orchestra Co.
Miss Gross is a little body of just
twenty summers, just as sweet as she
Is talented. At the age of ten she was
regarded as a child prodigy on the
piano and cello in the city of New
York. She received many fine articles
of praise, from such journals as "The
Musical Courier" and other high-class
musical publications. Several promi
nent musicians of New York City pre
dicted great things for Miss Gross.
That she has fulfilled these predictions
we leave you to Judge.
RUSS DISABLE MANY GER
MAN SKIPS IN NAVAL BATTLE
Petrograd. Oct. 22. Two German
ireadnaughts, one cruiser, twelve
torpedo boats and one transport were
put out of action by the Russians in
the fighting around the islands in
the Gulf of Riga last week, but
their ultimate fate is unknown,
'says an official statement issued to
night by the Russian admiralty. It
has been established that at least
six German torpedo boats were sunk
in the fighting. The Russians lost
the battleship Slava and a large tor
BID NOT HAVE TAIL LIGHTS.
From Wednesday's Daily.
x In line with the instruction re
ceived from the police committee, the
police force are endeavoring to see
that the laws are strictly enforced
regarding the running of cars with
out tail lights, and some speeding
and other infractions of the law
The ones caught last night for hav
ing no tail lights were: W. H
Rankin of Omaha, John Blatzer
Joseph McMaken, jr., and Menry M
Stevenson all of Plattsmouth.
WILL MAKE HOME IN COLORADO.
been recognized for years through
out the world.
If you were fully satisfied with
raising ordinary products, we might
deal in ordinarly implements. Quality
in what we had to sell would not
attract you. But knowing that you
appreciate the worth of quality, we
are here to serve you with quality
goods. You will find the quality of
our stock and the quality of our
service, both profitable to you. And
remember you can see before you
Murray Hardware and Implement Co.,
SUTLEYS WILL SPEND -
WINTER III THE SOUTH
RusFell aged nineteen, married and
divorced and Miss E!ith Rincke,
aged sixteen, applied for and were
granted a license to wed, when the
permission acconmanied they being
T i -1 - I - -
I lustre iinit thPTll flTVl thPV all de-
sho will KT-.Pn1 tha winter romatninir parted' happy.
until some time about the .first . of .' '
April. Mr. Sutley-will Join his wife WILL GO TU KUCliibiim, Mia a.
there in a short time and will spend
the winter there ' as well.
WAS KILLED IN DEMING.
From Wednesday's Daily.
Word was received yesterday at
Elmwood, coming to George Frisbie
telling of the accidental killing of
his brother, Guy Frisbie, who was a
member of the "Dandy Sixth" and
going from Elmwood. Just how the
accident occurred was not stated.
but that he had been found dead,
and that the remains were to be
sent home and would arrive in a
few days. Mr. Frisbie was one of
the finest young men in the neigh
borhood of Elmwood, and the death
of Mr. Guy Frisbie is a shock to the
MARRIED BY THE JUDGE TODAY.
From Wednesday's Daily.
From Weeping Water came q car
load of people to Plattsmouth this
morning with the intention of at
tending a wedding, and were not
disappointed, for while Judge A. J.
Beeson was somewhat busy, he could
devote a little time to contributing
to the happiness of others. Frank
From Monday's Daily.
C. H. Fuller departed last evening
for Rochester, Minnesota, where he
will receive treatment for his heatlh.
His health has not been as good as
has been his want, for the past year
cr more and he goes for the pur
pose ef having the expert opinion of
the specialists at that institution re
garding it and to receive treatment
as well. He had intended- to have
gone some time since, but had the
misfortune to step on a board with
a nail therein, piercing his foot,
making him lame for a week, pre-
f venting him getting down town.
Journal Want-Ads Pay!
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Always Ready for Sale
Dates far or near.
SATISFACTION OR NO PAY!
REVERSE ALL CALLS
Telephone 1511 Murray Exchange
FroTi Wednesday's Daili.
Mr. and. Mrs. ,E. R. Worl and
children were passengers to Omaha
this morning, where they are look
ing after r.ome shopping for the day.
Mr. V.'oil who has lived for forty
years near Rock Bluffs, has but re
cently pucrhased a farm near Hax
ton, Colorado, and will move to that
place some time during the winter
in order to be able to begin farm
ing there in the ' spring. During
the time he has lived In this county
he has proven an excellent citizen.
VIZ Bed Blankets,
Sheep Lined Coats,
Take advantage of our early buying as we
have the right goods at the right prices.
our stock of Overshoes and Rubbers are
complete in styles and sizes!
Puis & Gansemer,
Drs. Maori G. Llach, Tha Dentists
Th lrgt and bet equipped dentil offices in Omihv SpolftJiati tn
eh&rgtof Uworlc Lady attendant. Moderate' Price. Porcelain fllliaga,
Juit like tooth. Instrument carefully teriiued alter using.
Send for mi sample of Sani-Pyor Pyorrhea Treatment.
sMMSMSM3rd Floor Pfixton Block, OMAHA
Call Plattsmouth Garage for serV'
ice. Tel. 394, also livery. J. E Mason,
Fistula-Pay When Cured
A mild system of treatment tbat cores Piles. Fistula and
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