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TLATTSMOUTn SET-H-WEEKLY JOTTRHAL
THTRSDAY. AUGUST 2S. 1919.
i Murray Department
Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray nd Surroundics: Vicinity Especially for tb Journal Readerg
Journal lino- of ry iwclal
hit.' nr'.'n of !rtfr.r. In
fits . a-:r.ir.J. an j I will 5511
rn to Mii.i othce. If will r
Ic'iir ui.urr ' t" i",I'r:k.'. We
I Will Spend. Sera- TIae lit the Ifcit.
Clients of this institution
arc always welcome to the ad
vice and judgment of our experienced
officers regarding any personal busi
The proper kind of a banking
connection can be used to
tcct your judgment as well
your money. Even a small
savings account depos
ited with this bank
is quite sufficient to
flat J i If was visiting
Murrav friend.-; hist
$ Safety; Honesty -Courtesy Service
Four ii,r cent interest on time deposits.
Our djposits are protected hy the State Guaranty Law.
MURRAY STATE BAKK
All business transactions held in strict confidence
Your Personal Bank.
.Mrs. W. K. I j 1 1 was slightly in
'1 i.-r'')F''il the pat wffk, but is re
I. i r t 1 as being greatly improved.
Ji;J, ii I'arris was looking after
some bu-uries matters at Nebraska
f'ity last Tuesday, returning home
in the eveaing.
Mr. an'! Mrs. Will La Rue of this
place, were vi.-iting at. the lnn;- ' f
t!.-ir daughter. Mrs. Charl-s ispicl.a
and husband, in Omaha, last Sunday.
W. L Country man. of southwest
if the city, was a par.senger to T--kama.
whip' he ha--, a farm and to
which ilar- h' v nt to looc after
some business matters on last Tues
day. Miss Helen Nirns. of Kansas City,
who has l.f-n s .pendin g sever..!
month Murrav, guests at the
homo of S. T;itt and wife, depart
ed !:i-t Sanday for h-r home in the
Mi-s Laura I'uls, v ii is emplov ed
in Tli- P.ramlies stops at Omaha,
was a visitor at her horn" in this
citv tor a short time Minu.iy ami
Momlay, and d- parte.) for Inr work
last Tuesday evening.
lb nry II. I'.ixter reports the s-a!-:-fif
auto- as he ir.K pretty good at
this time He sold two ia--t l-'ridiy.
ore to 1 c. La Rip- .f I'liion a i l
tiie other to a man named Spi I II.
both being well pl'a 'd with their
W. C. lined. 'T arid Wife. aCco'ii-
I I.aat Sunday vning L. H. Pul
and family departed for Detroit,
Michigan, where they went to re
i reive a Hudson speedster which they
will bring home with them. The car
has been sold to V. D. Wheeler, but
before Mr. Puis and family return
they will stop at Pekin, Illinois,
where they will visit at the home
of Mrs. Puis' relatives. many of
whom reside at that place. They
expect to be away for about two
weeks. Kmil J. Hild will have full
charts of the business at the garage
during the absence of Mr. Puis.
Makes Purcliase of 400 Acres Land, j
Harry Todd, who is in the north
west looking after the harvesting of
liis crop of hay, was so busy that hej
could not get away himself, and teoi
Glenn Iioedeker to go'
Is Reported Doir.? Nicely.
Airs. Worth Clark, who was taken
t. Omaha several days ago. where
.-':.. und. r.v iiT an operation for re
lief from appendicitis, is reported
as making very satisfactory progress
toward recovery. The operation was
performed at St. Joseph' hospital
and a t-dephone message from her
bedside on Tuesday told of her get-j commissioned
tir.g along nicflv. Mr. Clark (!- .. Omaha and make nurchase of a
parted on the evening train f(sr ; tract of some 400 acres lying adja-l
(nana, where he went to visit, his cent to his large ranch in the north
wife, an 1 on his return reported herj west, in order to round out his hold
doing vtry nicely, though it will be, inzs in that countrv. which now in
to ' rinrie np.-.rlv 4.000 acres. His is es
sentially a cattle ranch and contains
a pood deal of land from which may
he cut a good crop of hay. Mr. Todd
j is using quite a bit of it tor hay rais-
i : 1 Z . I .- i . . . I . It if' "...fl..
ing aiei it .iiiuiui n u.o - .
icre h.he can hope
13 Visiting 7ith Uncle Here.
I..-r Tiie.'iay forenoon Dr. Ii.
i i .1 v. .. ..all
1. 1- ieltl l.i.ive.. o ""I"""''1 in lh9t lint.
W. Urendel, sent -m"
he and his
l rou i
Iowa state fair. sain
arriv ia Murray on Wednesday
.,,ning. Dr. I'.rendl went to Oma
ha Weduesi'.av morniriT. where be
had soi.ie hm-iness niaMers to trans
ai and r-ur:.ed v. ith liis nephew-
visit here for
l;r-nel, who is a banker
luCK breeder at ionsvill-,
ias a stock exhibit, at the
be. t and Nebraska state
year, which is attracting
t eat ion.
and niece, v. ho will
' some t ir.ie, going t
week to at ' end t he
! I :.d ia n.t.
panied by Mi- lie.iiaii
1;. S;.t i.rda v eve,!ng
driving up in ti e au'-i
deker and I. iking their
picnic lunch at Krug
t i i v- eniover! 11;" ev
( to. rb s "re. ,
I of .Mr. l'.er
r supp. r for
; park, when
ud fa :n 1 1 . v. i :
tiiis eonintuni! ;.
I i.e Chri
h is ai r.ingi
ri veil ,i f-w i! re.
vi; !i fr ei ls. for a
about Murray, d
new heme r; ;
will resi d e in t ! '
.Mi s Opha .'ia!
L. liakcr. who h
Omaha, sila-' the
year. b ing emp!
t f,i i ;;. js place. ;
i a no v ' i '
tin" in a
parting for th
I'o:;i . v, here th
er. o'aiigitter nf A
;- eei V,rKiiig ii
,y with the !ir:i
Annual Basket Dijiner. j
stian church of this place,
d to give iM annual has-j
on t he church lawn at '
Sunday. August ::ist, and
invitation has be. n extemie.l to
in.- church me'.ib.TMilp at liail--:
mouth, and all members and friends
of the church in that vicinity as vveli
oth-r parts of the county to lie.
'.re-eet There vviil he ervic s at'
Enjoying Good Business Now.
T'nder t!ie new management of Mr.
(i. W. MeCraeken, who was former-
I ly employed with the Fricke Drug
; company of Plattsmouth. business at
the Meir Drug company's store is
moving along good. Mr. MeCraeken
is a capable man, well equipped to
hold the position he has assumed
and has brought the store up to
something like a first cla.-s drug
store. Up has just add"d the Jour
nal to his reading matter and the
store carries an ad in these c dumns
.telling the people about the busines.,
! h" is cor.uuct ing for the Meier Drug
THE W. H. PULS
will always carry a complete line of
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Farm
GASOLINE ENGINES and REPAIRS1
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.
Phone No. 24
Will Write Insurance.
T. J. Hrtndell. who has been writ
ing some insurance for the National
Automobile Insurance cctupatiy, of
Lincoln, lias accepted a .osiM-m
district nifnuio-r of th counties
Cayy and Otoe, at a substantial al
anl will b" supplied with a car
his use and have his expenses
while engaged in the
ISY ROSENTHAL HERE.
. . - ...... i, ; il i. .inrii i n .' :i ml al -
.'" . I.i.v.i ... - . I... i .ill
l. l ... .lit.t.eP will lie . 1 lit' HiSlir.lllC. lie 1J" aiioii.tu
lawn at the church ; Je-..se Vallery to farm liis plac
pa-tor of the church 'the coming xasou.
Will I. ill ' u- "VI
be held during th'
i.-ri ooii .u. . 1
-t-rved on Ih
ui i hi i n ' .
.-. . J ' i. -: - a
Krnm Ve'in"-rtav rialTy. ;
Isy Rosenthal, the rustling repre- j
s-entative of the Delco lighting sys
tem, came down thi. morning via
the auto rniltf tf look ater the!
interests of hU businev.s among the
residents of tliis locality wher; he
has placed many plants that have
added to the cheer and cmfu-t rf
tiie. farm home. Mr. Rosenthal
:'fafes that th" Delco company will
huvo two large exhibits at the Ne
braska Victory fair in Lincoln this
ir.g vocal numbers v. h
add to tiie pi-a;in-s
tiers of the dinner
'ho participate.! u . .
' I i .1 'V.
M ; l a K.i :'t 1.. r. r.
i ri.ee Noiting. Mar
. Il.'i'jn We-eo-t. Delhi
K. H. W.-.-coft.
13 YOUR STO.'IACH ALSO
ON A STRIKE .
w tiie or.:, r u
It v. :r st'-.nah. : !;n w.
"r.e. it i:u'io-i!)-i ii!y has va-il:
is. and v on inu-t u-e your b
vc r.v ' i '.r'::.'.' '..i '.-. .-; ti.a
s highly important f ur.
r .-. Ara. rii an Klixir of Let
in til-.- best reconciler. It cb-a
EltTERTAINS AT DINNER TARTY
K- Will,, hii.-. a -i st.
.as p v i - it or iti Mtirrn v
Ipt lather, over Sutday. r
to her work lasi Mull I;:
oil III" eariv Irani.
I ; ra y. who has h n a
l'l - IlllV,
I Aiugh ritig ,
"K lor :-um-
i t h or
N. br a -V.a
.NOT Mil Mis, M;,,.
1' i'h'r of vdj'T. Open
r. r term.
.I.eeph Mara-.ek and family spi-ut
Sui '1 iv in Omaha, where they e:i-.-.veri
a-j lei'in.; at Krug jiark.
Mii s Mart:ie Walker en t er' a i a.-' !
tie Lri lu" cinl. of r!,ii !.-mouth. of v.i.Ph
which she is a incnib'T nt h"r louce r!. j Vi
south of Murray last week. jtim'.
icorg- II. Misjnger and Ruber: i Ivan
i.oo'I were oti th" mark't at Nebras
ka City la.-1 Tues.i ,y with two trucl.
loads of hogs belonging to the form
er. IP-u speck was a vi.-itor in Mur
ray for a short time la-t Tuesday.
He and his wife came ovt to visit
t the home of f'hri.U Murrav and
-ml Mr-. O. V. Virgin, of o:..a
wre vi.iiing with relative:
ends in Murray hut week.
mi iiarfbtt. the barber, was
was a visitor in
Wednesday. ; I
, attending Hi"
, there at tili..
a ft' r : i
I i 1 v
1 in pro-
a i fe for t he day.
Mi--s ri.iilah Satis departed Idst
M-.mlay ivuiinu for PI 1 1 1 smou t h . at
vvliirh place she will aft'-nil the Cass
eoarity leathers' Ite-titute. which is
ill .-e.-s.ioll tll're Ibis Wl-efc.
Last Monday evening Phillip A.
Ilild and son. Raymond, departed
for th western portion of the state,
where they will look after some land
whi-di Mr. Ilild ha.-, in that section.
They will be away for several days.
John Reiki., who is employed with
the L H. Pui- garage, was a ias-
eog. r to riattsmonth last Tuesday
evening, where he was initiated in
ii the pi ot herhood of American '.o
of Ameriea. He went up on
tie afternoon train and returned
home on Ho midnight.
A1"X Rhiideti was a visitor in
I' liniril PluH's last Monday evening,
where he went for consultation with
his physician ;ni.l for medical treat
ment. Mr. Rhoil.-ii says lie is feel
ing en-i.i ra'dy betttr than form
er! v. tie feel.-, ki well that lie is e.x
tieetitir; to fake ji trip to the western
part of I he state at an early date.
Tdoore. a mechanic the L.
II. I'uls garage, was vii-or in
Omaha a few hours hot Tuesdav
evi'tiitiT. where lie was looking at
er sou?.' business matters.
Mrs. Met., of Talmage. mother of
Mr.'. Cecil Pettit. wife of the Mis
souri Pacific Pacific station ag.n.
has been making a visit at Ih'- inane
of her daughter in this city i -r th"
.Just at this time there is less ,-i'k-ik
s ia and vvituin Hv riiib , of Mur
ray than there has ie-eu for iii.mv
yi.,ir-;, tl:cre being but one -ase of
any one being sick iu lied at pres
ent. Surely a g"ol record.
Dr. T. V, Duris and wire. the
former a brother of Messrs. (Ira and
L M. Davis of this plac.". visile.) rel
atives here last Sunday, and after at
tending to (he renting of his fart;;
for the coming season and some oth
er business that claimed his atten
tion Monday, returned to his lioui"
Miss Vera llatchctt. who is em
ployed with (he Lincoln telephone
and telegraph company at Havel. tk
was spending (he past two week;
during her vacation from In r duties
with the company at the home of
her pireuls. .lames llatchetl and
wife of this place. Miss Vera vis.il
ed with friends in Plat t sinon I h over
Tuesday evening returning home on
edne'-day, and will depart for her
work at llavelock in a few days.
I hi ii jti,t another oficiin of iiil-i;iadc preods;
houylit at mill prices, which we pass on to our customers,
al a saving of the middle-man prowls. I hU is the .second
iot in liic past few weeks. The first lot went out quickly,
s act at once if you want a real bargain. Look at the
size and weight:
I'lai i ,ct hprcads. size ttUxW, weight 3 tmr.d;..
Scalloped, cut corner .spre-id, c'0x.'X), wt. 3 pounds.
You couldn't make a quilt for that money.
St phe,: vi i !. 'al it'or v. ia . for .vr;.i
year.-? pa-t. wa.- in the city f-.r a sh rt
tini" and vi.-ifed at tae h.oii." of 1,1
nt. cl". I'ratik .'.ioore. t . ;-: . I ou '..-
Tue.-d'iy evetiin:' Pr Clark. v. Ii
lie wjU vi.it for a :iort lime. !"'
Will U.ove to l1 ' II r . ;; ', . ;( s 0; as h"
.in -w!"!'.- a hot in viii'-h to live
i r i m .
; h t r
: I .
r in t i
i ' id s
t r I et
4 v. ::
is a beau' it'll!
.f t h
; if -1 i
V. ;rl I.
of ! i :
: ' if Ut
i 1 1 I I "
tion of th" tish i
.. s ;i re the a t i re
pla;e 'o : pead a lew hours.
Rev. ("lark, former pa uor
Pre !i.v 1 1 ri.a n cii urcdi of .Mi;,iav. air!
hi. - e. in company v. i t ii a l.ra'iiei
of Mr. Dark and ti.e hour's wi!..
'.mi' , i itors with frhnds in Mur
ray the pa .' vvee.. ,i in:'. "11.1: a;
the I -in." of 1'nele Sam L.tt.i ale
dau';irr, Mi.-s Mva Lat'a ovr Sun
day. The many friends of Rev. Ciari.
will I'mii' mber the Mitunier whi. h hi
and hi'- mother .-pent iu .Murrav.
NO TP Mi Mi.. O.'.Ii
teacher of piano. Now
pupils for summer term.
M in ford .
Elizabeth Wiley Better.
V.'otd v.. - n ''ived in Murray to
ti.. ii'.-ct that Mi.-s S'.li-h Kli.aheth
.':b v. who is ;ii. the hospital m
Omaha. is sho.ving some
nt .Mr. v arren vv ii". .
pa -; '- '- r
- U' h a. (
". I!'. .
to Omaha Tu. -he
.i .. sh.ort tini". Mi
nded going to Omaha,
placed t h" r 'ads i";
a t hat i w as dirheiiit
Seem To Ee Looking For Trouble.
Some young men from the coun
try, having more vinegar in them
than good sound judgment, have
been making a practice f riding
their horses along the walks at
i nir.ht. veiling at the ton of their
j voices and making themselves gener-
ally a nuisance. Some of the citi
' zems whom they have been particu
larly disturbing and harrassing. ar
; serving notice on them tl at they
j will be prosecuted when caught re
peating tiie ouenbe.
K thirst Vrr,Ti Trip
Wiiiiaiu U'ehrbelli a
I'-ry, who hav.
pari of t !h
coutdry tk.ro. Whib- in tue
tb. y met John Wunderlich and
ily. w).. are touring the
tioir auto and h.i.ing an
Misses Nita Cook and Klt7a Young
were visiting with friend? at Ne havv
ka last Saturday.
.Mrs. Robert Patterson was report-
sick at her home or.
o. ih.. . est ei r. ! eil as being very
,,,,, returned home on,:!.' -Sf.nuay. our is mucii imyiuvea
.... . . .... i ... r I mi.
.... . : i i , I 1 1 e v ; re wen'ci .in.-. .......
,1 vv it'n th" appearance 01 u
They al reported Wayne
who is in the west, as mak-
-.,,.ni"irim . lo i in.- ruT'i.e
' lea acre.-.
s for the
MURRAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Irregular services at. the Chris
tian church ne.xt Lord's Day ;;s fol
!t: L. Siiort story lass.
!":b0 I'.i hie s chool. A ouug peo
pie's clas will he irga n i .e.l with
Mr. Leyda as the teacher. All young
people conic and start off toirether
with enthusiasm. Charles Sporer
will speak a piece at P.ible .school
ll:ho Morning v.or.hip. Thi:
will be principally men's service
and the sermon will be the promised
one lor men. Kvery man urged to
t':oo Jniei mi-sion of :;u minutc-s.
l-':n Th- ladies will serve the
annual harvest home dinner of fried
chicken and older good things. Rv
erybody welcome and everybody
come and ma he this a joyous get -together
and good fellowship "meet
ing. 2:h0 Afl.rnoon M-rvic". Iiin'her
L. W. Seotl. pa-lor of the Plahs
mou!h church will preach for u '. I'e
will minttir to his own church in
the morning and be with us Tor din
ner and the afternoon .service. There
will probably be cpiartet music in
icveral numbers from Plattsmouth.
Mr. Hannah will read.
S:::n Kveryhody bach from chores
for the evening service.
'rh" choir will noet at S::;o Sat
urday evening at the church for
practice for the next day. Remem-
We had "
her (ho Rihle school,
present last lord's div
da gave a splendid
"-i vHod v
I o t lie ; II rcll
am? a w eleome
that has a
for a!'. E1 -
welrome nil tht time.
C. K. II ANNAN.
K?.(Ie a Trip to the North.
L..-.' Friday Creen Piggott and
.lames Tihon rituincd fri.iii :i trip
to ilwing. where they were looking
ai'.r some biisinc-s matters regard
ing a farm which Mr. Piggott ha
in that vicinity. They report crops
as being in excellent condition and
that they have not suffered from a
i.. ei.- ..r iiii.ivtiiri'. .vir. riggoir. nab
soni" l'h acres of land near tha
town mi which he has a large num
Inr of cattle pasturing for people
living near llv. in;-;. They report
Piiol selling there from ?."0 to ?L'U
per acre and udvancing in price
i ry day.
Will Work On Cemetery Aug. 30th
The citizens of Murray and vicin
ity will meet at the cemetery Satur
lay just after noon tor the purpose
of putting the grounds in proper con
dition. There are weeds to bo cut
and grass lo be cleaned out, together
with numerous, other things to In
done, and all interested are called (o
conic and assist with (he work
Hring what you think will be neees
sarv lo use, Mich as scythes, Bickles,
rakes and a fork or so, together with
a shovel or spade to do w hat digging
will be reo tii red. Remember th
dale. Satitrdav, August 301 Ii, just
.WD r the noon hour.
Were Visiting In Plattsmouth.
Mil's Dope Plnck. the newly elect
ed principal of the Murray schools,
in company with T. J. Prendell and
wife, and Pert Austin, of P.elhany.
were visiting with friends in Platts
mouth last Tuesday afternoon.
Gives a Farewell Reception.
Miss Kldorine Shrader, of Omaha,
who hat been visiting at the home
of II. C. Long and wife, of this city,
where sho has made her home for
seine time past with her grandpar
ents, departed Sunday for lier home
at Omaha. and tendered her little
friends here a farewell reception at
which they h.id an excellent time
p'aying games, having music and en
Joying Home dainty refreshments.
Those present to enjoy (he occasion
were (he; Misses Ciancn ana i.aura
Scotlon, Leon a Puis, violet, fcsthcr
auI Llsie i'uls aim tiiaays jviaraseiv.
in addition to the young hostess.
v. ' !
Barn and Stock for Sale i
For Sale. Livery barn. Mock, auto
and dray line. Call ou D. C. Ruoden. Telephone 1511
Mrs. Fred Ramge was a Tisitor in
Plat tsruout h last Tuesday evening,
where she was attending a meeting
of the Yeomen lodge.
Harry Harrows and family wer
eniovinz the scenery and a very
pleasant evening at 'Krug park last
Saturday evening, having driven up
from here in their auto.
Cnv Purton. who has been visit
ing in this city for the past few
davs. a guest at. the home of his par
ents. Joseph Purton and wife, re
turned to his home a few days ago.
.1. W. Kdinonds departed last Sat
urdav- morning on an early train for
Plainvie.v. where he is spending
couple of weeks, visiting at the home
of his daughter. Mrs. Homer Miller
C.eorge Cunningham, who has been
visiting- near Murrav for some time
dn lie returned from the service, in
cotnpanv with Miss Frances Cook
visited with Mr. Cunningham.':
mother in Omaha last Sunday.
Miss Jessie Harrows departed last
Sun dav evening for South Dakota
u'liom dm will take tin teaching in
the school which she has been en
,-,.-c.i to tench the coming year, and
which begins the 1st of September.
Last Saturday afternoon and
ev-eiiinir Walter Sans and wife, with
their son visited in Omaha, spend
inir the time nt Krug nark, where
they took their supper and enjoyed
themselves nicely at that popular re
Henry C Long, who has been iu
(he west, harvesting his wheat crop.
returned home sometime ago and
will go out and thresh as soon as he
can find some place to store the
threshed grain. He will not farm
any more for himself in the west,
having rented the land for the com
Mr. W. D. Wheeler and wife and
T. W. Vallcry and wife were vistriug
near Alvo, being guests at the home
of Mrs. Hina Kitsei, who is a sister
of Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs. Vallcry,
and who has been sick a I. her home
for (he oast vear. They remained
during the clay and returned
in the evening.
From Wednesday's! Datlr
Last evening the pleasant
of Mr. pud Mrs. Juliu M. I
Orchard lii'l van the scene c f
charming o'clock dinner party in
honor of the twenty-first birthday
of their daughter. Miss Gladys, who i
is to depart from the city in a fw I
days to assume her school work at
Syracuse. Tlif evnt wa-s in the na- j
ture of a surprise prepared by Mrs. j
and ot ii r
. r '.'i. '; t l.e
i:iu'v r w hp-h
and pa. ra'vr.es
ac urn u
p. .i -i ns
. a ,
Hall for her daughter and the c
of honor was most agreeably
prised as the friends gathered to
Join her in the ce!ebrafion of the
happy event. The appointments of j
the table were very charming and j
the dinner one that was most thor- ;
oughly enjoyed. During the even- j
ing games were played as well as a j
number of musical selections given t
by members of the party and Mrs.
K. H. Wescott gave several charm- j
. and the peace Is a za i u
Headaches, r-r oii.-iie.- ;
ympts'i.is disappear, a1;!
iin f-eiing , ra-. Kv.rv
js v.-i-l! : .ck'jil w ih Tri;;!" -can
Klirir of Ditr.T Wire, ri
.f hay fever try Trin.-r's A v. 1 1 -
which, it p roper l v ciufe-i
with v a rm - at; r. is w Ph-cit evict
for sr raying t!i" i"-'' .'-i-d throat
Jo.-eph Trir.er Con.pany. ",'Z-" '
Ashlai.l Ave. Chicago. 111.
i harlc- McPii. rs.-': i le'ii-'-.i
in tw city for a short v i-:t at 1 1:
home f Mrs. : IcPh rsMi'? m it he
Mrs. George Rear.ie.
J. M. Roberts was among those
going lo omaiia tuis aiiernccu iu
visit for a few hours.
W. R. VQUG
Always Ready for Sale
Datesfar or near.
. KATES REASONABLE
SATISFACTION OR NO FAY!
ItEVERSK ALL CALLS
BUY YOUR FALL AND WINTER
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EARLY AND SAVE MONEY!
We have a large assortment of all kinds of shoes
from which to choose your needs at prices far below
prices you will have to pay in sixty days as you know
shoes are advancing every day. We. have a large as
sortment of school shoes in all sizes. Also men's and
boys' rubber boots.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR ALL
ALF GANSEMER, Proprietor
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Will Always Carry a
Complete Line of
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES
WALL PAPER AND SUNDRIES
If It's in the Drug Line We will Loo!
Your Wants at All Times
TELEPUOHE NO. 2
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