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TITI'ILSDAY. AUGUST 7. 1VW.
l'LATTSMOUTII S KM I-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
l NEBRASKA EDITORS
I Electric Light and Power
for Happy Farm Life
ARE ON A VACATION
Tftnyof the miier of the
Journal tuuv of any som1
erem or iwiu if Uitoi-est li;
tbii viciutt.v. knil will uitil
iimc to tliisoftiet. it will 111
pear timier tLis lifatiinjr w
want all iw i i aa Koitou
Guests in Omaha Yesterday and Last
Night Leave Today on Tour
of the State.
m ti e Interest of the reorde of Murray and S"rroundin? Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
! :t.. il!; CL d
W. H. 1'uls was in .'Mat t.-ruout li
liuT Saturday evening.
George Nickels vviis transacting
business iii On. aha Monday.
Mi.s.i (.'it-tie Derger. of Nckawka.
v.: a i! IMattsmou; h visitor Tuesday.
A. I), t'ruul: and fami! were Ne
braska City visitors last Saturday.
Lee Nickels and sister. Miss Etta
were J lat iiiioiit ti visitors Tuesday
Warn u Wil'-y is a new ;.ti;o own-
! Fattt rso:;
Mr. am! Mrs. John Hetulrick,
j were Ci.llil!" on 1'iat t suiotit h btl.-'i-i
lf.-s :! '!! last Saturday.
NOTICE Miss O-j-An.
teacher of piano. Now
1 pupils for suniiBtr term.
v - A
is ohf learnings
in readv cash for
suddjn emergencies is possible
n!y v. hen you have saved a part of
your caiary or wages.
Start with a small deposit if
necessary, increase it as you
can and soon vnu will
have a substantial intcr-
cnJ a feeling of
ment, prit'c and
Safety Honesty Courtesy Service
Tour pr ccr: Interest on time deposits.
Our deposits are protected by the State Guaranty Law.
MURRAY STATE BANK
All bminess transactions held in strict confidence
Your Personal Bank.
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A. i.. I ;.. I: t was an Omaiia visiii-r
ia.-t :".'.! ntiy.
I., ii. '.lis and family autced tu
i:..;...a !a.-t Tr-uay.
ii;:'. i 1 i i i i a- in j'jatT;ini.ui:;
i.;r' P.iturdaN vi-n in ii.
7ir--. Ii. S. Turt sjioiit Tuesday
'-rin k-i: in Tlat T sinout ii.
N TI Ii - Miss Mae I.ouI-.ride,
it it vdice. Opening fur sum
iii.-s La'.ra I'lii- was down Iron:
Ir.i i.i.-f Sunday i'nr a visit with
i: :.. ff.I5.S-.
Mrs. l;i!, hpt m Saturday and
'ii.iUi.v v. l.tr niece in Omaha.
oys Mr;: s-i; n-t timed lsc-int- with
h'T i.i'iT a veek's vi-it in Omaha.
Mr-. Minni-- Wd.k! a::d iauiititcr.
Mi.-s 'jl::.a. of Lincoln, and Miss
Vim;! Mcltaiiiel. of Nebraska City,
have b-eti visit inir with Murray
'.'rici'.is ;or th.e pas? few days
Fred liiid wei,t to OniaiiK Tues
day to s-'- his wife in th- hosjtital
ihi,t city. He drove up so that
: v., uid he aide t- cive Mrs. Hild
; ;r;p over the city. It is thought
that si.e -Ail! he aih- to return home
the ia:tr part of "ii" week.
V.'ith the pasinur of the old Young
:.:---;ead it. to the possession of
Harry Crenor. it remains in the
Vo'ing family, as .A!rs. Creamer is
'! v'iune-t daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. r M. Yotinc. It was the honi"
if Mrs. ( re? tner's nrandnr.it her over
rif'.y years nso. and will make an
idea'! future home for Mr. and Mrs.
it-:irv O-t. of Memphis, wa.- look-
jinu after foum- husine-'s matters i:i
I'iat :sinuit!i Tuesday of this v.et-h.
I Frank Met re ami tiau.: liters Mi.-s-'
e .i..rguri't and Vera, were IMatts-
ni"iith visitors T;u--day afterncon
Kht. Shrader and wife :-.nd .Toe
; Fiat i'.a way ar.d wife were looking
! fft-r l.;:siness in IMat tsiuout h Tues
day. ' It. C. 1 1 tie and family, of i'iatt-.-
:mo;:':i. -nid T. li. Jennings i'titi fam
ily, with their daughter. Mrs. Adam
, isingrr aiu' little daughter. of
Mynard. speiit the dy las' Sunday
! v.i:h .loi.ii Toman unci family routh-
! east of Murray.
j Mr. ami Mrs. 1!. C. Long and
i George Nickels and Miss Gertrude
Lone were Flat tsmout !: visitors last
j Saturday aftt riex.n. Mr. Lone just
rect-ntly returned irom lis iaru. .u
!l:t wetitt-rn part of lUe Ma'e. after
rompietii.g the ctuting and stack-in-
of his wheat crop. He reports a
go. mi crop on hi.s place.
!r- F'loyd Chalf.int. now re.-iuiug
mar Celltralia. Kausa.i. and well
kn.jwr. to many Cass ccunty people,
was taktn to tie hosvutal in St.
J jsepli. Mo . las'. Wednesday, where
sh;- was iperated upon for appendi
citis. At the last report she was
pre! t inn along very nicely, with tv
i cry indication favorah'.e for her
F'rank Mrasek has purchased the
Il:iit. Good place just east of Mur
ray, known as the oid l.::unl: ridge
place, where he will make his fu
ture home. We did not learn' jiut
wliLt Mr. Good intend- doing in the
future, hut hope that he will find a
place near Murray, that wiil make
his home for the future. We do not
like to lose such men as Mr. Good
from our midst.
Lee Farris has sure heen having
his snare of hard luck during: the
past week. L:i-t week we made
mention of him falling from a load
of bundles of grain and lreakinu his
collar hone. Later lie was taken to
Omaha to have the fracture reduced,
and returning home he was a-few
days later riding in an auto, and in
some manner he struck the injured
member and rehroke the collar
hone. He was taken to Omaha again
on Tuesday for treatment and the
hroken hones reset. He is getting
along very nicely at this time, hut
wiil no doubt lie disabled for sev
Money Saver Specials
FOR HOT WEATHER WEAR!
Men'.; tan mixed work sox, medium weight, jut
the right kind for hot weather, 6 pair $ .85
Men's Tuikcy red or Indigo blue handkerchiefs,
good Lig size, 2 for 25
Men's stupender back, genuine indigo Steifel
denim overalls 1.5
Men's Jackets to match above overalls 1.75
Boy's Waists, neat patterns i?i blue, brown, helio
and combination stripes, soft collar and cuffs
the kind others ask $1.00 foi, our price. . . .85
Murray Has a Candidate.
Murray has n candidate for dele
gate to the Nebraska Constitutional
Convention, and a mighty good one.
too. in the person of Mr. Searle
Daih-. Mr. Oaviss' petitions have
been in circulation for .several days
past, and are meeting with approval
of all. Mr. Davis J.j certainly a
gentleman well qualified for the
place, horn and reared in Cass coun
ty, a progressive and proseperous
young farmer, with ability to draft
constitutional measures that will
prove to the best intere&is to this
great state of Nebraska. We Fe
lieve we are right when we stale
that Searle I)avis is one of Nebras
ka's clean young ons.
TABJI FOE SALE
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Iee Karris
on August T.d. a baby boy.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Joi n Far-ri--.
a uai'v hoy, on July ::ist.
Kveryone is happy over the rain,
hn: a little more is needed.
Mrs. James Gruber has been iist
ed among the sick for the past few
Tiie little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alva Long has been numbered
with the sick for the past few days.
George Lloyd was looking after
.-( m;' b.i.ines matter.- in the coun
ty M.at last Fridav. and while there
found time to ;!! at the Journal
I "ice for a brief vi-it.
Mrs. L. I). Ffiatt went up to
F'latt.-f.iout h lait Saturday evening
to spend Sunday with her parents.
Mr. Hiatt and lr lireiidel went up
on Sunday afternoon.
li-n Dill is in receipt of a letter
from Mrs. Dill, from Truer. Kansas,
in which she state-, that her mother,
Mrs. Julia Adams, is getting alo? g
nicely, and improving at this time.
Miss Mae Loughridge entertain
ed a number of her lady friends at
the home of her grandmother one
evening this week at which occasion
the following invited guests were
present: .Misses .Nita took. Jessie
Harrows. Olpa Minford. Neva Latta.
Leora and Catherine Itrown. LyJin
mil Helen Todd. Ida Reynolds. of
F'nion. and Helen Nimms. of Kansas
Frotn Tuesday's raily.
Nebraska newspaper men arc- on
their animal skylarking expedition,
as a result of wliicli numerous coun
try weeklies over the slate will un
doulMedly appear this week with
upoiogies for the brevity of reading
.natter in their gaping columns. The
meeting convened yesterday in Orna
lia and the editors, their wives an 1
sweethearts were guests of Omaha
during the day and a good part of
the night. The recreation lor tio-
meii included a trip io Ah-Sar-FP-n
den. where thev viewed Gus Ken;:'.-
'ig spectacle. "The Wun-
dtring Juice." 'I'he ladies were giv
en a theatre party at Hit Kialto.
At midnight the li newspaper
foik entrained at the Hurliiigtoii sta
tion lor a tour of t lie state, extend
ing west to Mitchell and Geriug. an!
lasting until Saturday. A baggage
car. four siiindard sleepers and one
t er.-a-eci .on observation car make up
the special editorial train which is
now "on its way."
WAS NURSE IN IM
I am hooking orders for peaches,
to be delivered about the first of
August, if interested call. W. T.
Uiehardson, Mynard. telephone
Ik-n. Robert H. Windham, repre
sentative from Cass county in the
legislature, returned home to this
city Saturday evening following the
elo-e of the special session of the
legislature that was called by Gov
ernor McKelvie to pass on the wo
man suffrage anivndment to the con
stitution. The amendment was rati
fied at the session Saturday and
adjournment of the lawmakers fol
lowed Saturday afternoon. Mr.
Windham states that he dues not
know what action will he taken by
the Mate to handle the high cost of
living which at present is the thief
matter of interest to the residents
of the state, but thinks that the leg
islature will probably be called up
on to formulate some way of getting
at the food profiteers who are lioost
ing the price of the necessities of
Merchants Need A Few Evenings.
We. the undersigned business men
of Murray, have decided to close
our stores three evenings out of the
week at six o'clock. The closing
nights will he Monday. Wednesday
and Friday evenings, and will re
main open the other three evenings
of each week as long as our patrons
desire, allowing them ample time
totransact all their husinccs. The
hours will prevail during the month
of July an d August. commencing
with July 1st.
HIATT & TFTT.
W. S. SMITH.
W. H. PULS.
Johnnie Cunniou of Des Moines.
Iowa, is in the city for a short visit
at the home of his uncle, Fred Syde-botham.
At Savsnay. France Now NurEing
in the Fort Sheridan. Illinois
Post Visiting Here.
From Tuesday's Ia!ty.
M:-s Josephine Vlcek. v.uo is visi.
ing in this city, at the home of her
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. John
M. Jirotisek. will depart on Friday
for Fort Sheridan. Illinois, w-iere
she wiil resume her work as a mem
ber of the nursing force of the Amer
ican army at that post. Miss Vlceoi
returned on July lUth from France,
where she has been for the past ten
mouths engaged in hospital work
with the A. E. F.. beiug a part -)f
the time stationed at the base hos
pital at Savanay. a short distance
from St. Nazai re. France. This is
one of the most important hospitals
maintained in France and the sple: -did
work of the force of surgeon -and
nurses made possible the recov
ery of a great many of those who
were very severely wounded at the.
Miss Vlcek expects to remain in
service until the work at Fort
Sheridan is completed when she is
to be released.
COMPLETES TEACHING FORCE.
Trotn M nday's Dally.
The board of education has filled
the last remaining vacancy in the
teaching force of the local schools
by the selection of Miss Edith
Bonge. who will have charge of the
Mercerville school for the forthcom
ing term. The board feels very
fortunate in securing such a well
qualified teacher and is now ready
for the opening of the fall term of
school in September.
JOY AT THE HIRZ HOME.
From Monday's Daily.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Hirz in the south portion of the
city was gladdened yesterday when
there arrived to make her home
with them, a fine little daughter.
The little miss is the object of much
admiration from the delighted rela
tives and the friends of the parents
will join in wishing the little lady
a long and happy life.
joo acres of land. located sis
miles northwest of Creighton. Ne
braska; five miles southwest of
Vim-toon. This- place consists of
14 acres of farming land and GO
acres of good pas turt; with running
water the year round: a good set of
improvements; new 5-iooui house:
cattle shed that will hold tif head of
cattle, with hay mow; barn for eij-'ht
head of horses: granary for l,e'i
bushels of grain; double corn crib
for 1.200 bushels; new garage, us
lfc; two hen houses 1214; two hog
houses; windmill and plenty of good
water. All fenced and cross fenc
ed; leu acres hog pasture. Ail good
heavy e!y soil. Close to school. ff
Interested write me at . Creightc-n.
Nebraska. R. F. D. No. 2. box 21. r
phone lfia, VVinetoon, Nebraska.
jl7-4tew. R. W. Poi'ER.
Men's Staple Overalls and Jumpers $2.00
" Heave Blue Overalls and Jumpers 2.25
" Finck's Detroit Special Overalls and
Jumpers . . . . 2.50
Men's Shirts ; .90
" Heavy Shirts 1.25
" H. D. Lee's Unionalli, striped and solid
blue : 3.50
U" Don't forget this store closes on Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday nights during July and August.
All other nights we will serve yuu as late as you need
ALF GANSEMEK, Proprietor
Cmpact jk i difiS7
For Dependable Service Install The
Electric Light and Power Plant
Everybody knows the advantages of electric liuht
and electric power. Everybody wants this m:dern clav
convenience. The big question is "What olant shall
Take our advice. Select the plant that's siloii- the
plant that's free from terrific vibration the plant that
won't quickly shake itself to pieces. Install the wonder
ful Silent Alamo.
No Vibration No Noise
In the Silent Alamo there is no noise---due to t lie quiet operation
ii the Ide Super Silent Motor with the rotating sleeve valve. There's
no severe vibration due to scientific balancing of weight.
Thousands of farmers as well as staid old engineer experts l.iiv
been amazed by this silent plant. Come in and see a demon trauon.
Learn why the Silent Alamo assures years of service.
Miss Olive Jones and mother. Mrs.
W. I). Jones leave for Kansas City.
Missouri, tomorrow- for a six weeks
visit with Mrs. Floyd C. Ralston,
granddaughter of Mrs. Jones. Dur
ing the absence of Miss Jones. Miss
Verna Leonard will have charge of
rlie city library.
For tasty printing yon can't go
I wrong in having the Journal office
j turn out your job.
I have some snaps in lands in
Gage. Pawnee and Johnson counties,
Nebraska with ea:-y terms. It will
pay you to see me for a home or in
vestment. Mockenhaupt Land Com
pany. Sterling. Nebraska. 2C-4wksw
W. R. VOOHG
Always Ready for Gale
Dates far or near.
SATISFACTION OR NO PAY!
REVERSE ALL CALLS
Telephone 1511 Murray Exa ranje
THE W. H. PULS
will always carry a complete line of
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Farm
GASOLINE ENGINES and REPAIRSI
We do all kinds of tin work, heating and plumbing,
and will also save you money on furniture orders.
Come in and get our prices on anything in our line.
We will treat you right and save you money.
W. HI. FyLS
Phone No. 24
Will Always Carry a
Complete Line of
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES
WALL PAPER AND SUNDRIES
. - AND CIGARS
If It's in the Drug Line We will Look after
Your Wants at All Times
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