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PLATTSMOtTTH EEJII-WEEEX7 JOURNAL
THURSDAY, APRIL 29. 1920
I Murray De
Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readen
If my of the readers of the
Journal knor of aDy social
erect or Item of lmerest In
this vicinity, and will mall
lime to t bis office, it will ap
pear under this lieadlnp. tve
want all new9ltemn Editor
The Third Liberty Loan Coupon Bonds, which
had but a few coupons attached, have matured as far
as interest coupons are concerned, the lat interest
coupon becoming due March 15th, 1920. All having
these series of bonds, can have the same replaced with
other bonds bearing interest coupons, and if any one
having such bonds will bring them to our bank we
will have the transfer made for you.
Yours for service,
Fred Warren and wife were visit-!
ing with friends in Plattsmouth last
Tuesday driving up in their car.
Alpha Long was looking after some
business matters in Plattsmouth last
Saturday, driving up in his car.
Mrs. Glen Campbell was reported
as being very sick at her home last
Tuesday, hut is slowly improving.
Miss Beulah Sans was a visitor in
Omaha last Saturday, where nhe whs
the guest of friends for a short
Measles are reported at the homes
of both Joseph Campbell and F. II.
I Itamge and the folks are getting
! along nicely.
Mr. II.. A. Hoot is isiting at ork
at the home of his son. Dr. Ben.
"The Midnight Man", and three
other reels, will be given at the Puis
hall. In this will be the fifth
episode of the serial the Mid
night Man and all three other reels.
The entertainment will begin at
8:30 sharp. Popular prices, 15 and
Making Some Improvements
G. W. McCracken the manager of
the Murray Drug company, lias been
making some decided changes for
the better, at his store during the
past week and when the entire
change which he has designed, has
been put into effect, the place of
business will present a much better
Hoot of that place and is enjoying appearance and be also much more
the visit very much. ' convenient than whtt has prevailed.
W. J. Philpot from west of town Mi McCracken is making a decided
spent last Sunday in Omaha, going change and when completed will have
with his car, and on account of the a reai drug store. As an element ot"
rain was compelled to leave it. progress in the community Mr. Mc-
James Tigner and his father, who cracken . is a valuable unit, and is
A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Reinhackel is reported as being down
with the measles, but is'rnaking sat
isfactory progress towards recovery.
J. E. Amick was a visitor in Platts
mouth last Tuesday where he was
looking after some business matters
for a few hours and visiting with
Miss Hazel Dovey of Plattsmouth.
was a visitor in Murray over Sunday,
being the guest at the homes of her
friends Mrs. J. A. Walker and daugh
ter, Margery, and Dr. and Mrs. G. II. i
Chester Minnear was a visitor in
Omaha and Plattsmouth last Tuesday
having drove there with his car, and
found the roads far from what he
would have desired.
Jesse Chambers is kept pretty busy
these days papering and painting.
He having just completed a contract
of interior decoration at the home
of Mrs. Brown and is papering at -the
home of Mrs. Kennedy.
Ben. Xoell, who has been employ
ed with the Puis garage for some
time past, resigned his position and
departed for Weeping Water last
Tuesday, where he will work for the
L. II. Young, from southwest of
Murray, was a visitor in the county
scat for a short time, last Tuesday,
where he was trans-acting some busi
ness, and while there made the Jour
nal office a pleasant call.
II. W. Barrows and wife of Oma
ha, were the guests at the home of
his brother, T. S. Barrows in Murray
last week, enjoying the visit greatly,
as also did the host and hostess, and
returned home on Monday morning,
via the Missouri Pacitic, leaving the
car they rdove down in. here until
the weather and roads improve.
Charles and Oscar Reeves were in
the city last Tuesday from their
home near Union, consulting Dr.
Brendel and announcing that the doc
tors at Omaha, where Mrs. Oscar
Heeves has been receiving treatment,
had assured them that the lady
would be able to return home in a
short time, after having recovered
lrom an operation for appendicitis.
Mont and Oscar Shrader were Mur
ray visitors last Tuesday, looking af
ter some business matters for a short
time and also visiting with their
friends. Speaking about the weath
er and the way the weather had
kept the farm work back, they said
that they had finished their oat seed
ing last Saturday, having put in 70
acres and of which ?,n acres are now
up and looking nicely.
Pure bred White Plymouth Rock
gs, fil.2") for 15. S. P. Young.
Mrs. Addie Stokes was a visitor
with friends in Omaha one day last
John Davis suffered the loss of a
valuable housse on his farm west
of Murray last Tuesday.
Searl Davis was a visitor in I. in
to! u a short time last week, being
the gtiest at the home of his mother
at that place.
J. F. Brendel was a business vis
ito rat Nebraska City last Tuesday,
where he was looking after some in
Chester Shrader was a visitor in
Murray last Sunday being the guest
at the home of his grandparents, II.
C. Icng and wife for the day.
Mrs. John Farris entertained a
number of h-r lady friends at dinner
one day last week. Mrs. Farris is a
very genial entertainer, and the la
dies present enjoyed the occasion
Miss Ogla Minford was a visitor
in Murray the guest of her parents.
;. M. Minford and wife, and returned
to her studies at the conservatory of
music at the state university on last
ine new- house of S. G. Latta,
which is being constructed by J. A.
Scr.tten. is progressing nicely, and
with ever yday Hearing completion.
Win. lloman was placing the screens
in position last Tuesday while Clar
ence Brown was doing the interior
Fred Hild and wife have just writ
ten friend in Murray from Kingfish
er, Oklahoma, saying mat ine ue
enjoying lifethere fully, and-that
they expect to be home about May
15. "and will then greet their many
The Sans family purchased a new
Essex Sedan from the dealer. L. H.
Puis, last week and are enjoying the
excellent outings which the use of
the car gives them. Mr. Puis is sell
ing qite a number of cars and han
dles only the very best.
Charles F. Nickels and wife, who
have been visiting in Murary for
some time past, the guests of rela
tives and friends, and renewing the
.'UMiuaintances of his youth departed
last Tuesday morning for their home
at Wynne. Arkansas, where Mr. Nick
els is engaged in boiler making.
Lee Kniss. who has been sick for
so many weeks, and who has been
able of late to get out and around,
is making rapid progress towards ul
timate and permanent recovery, was
a passenger to Plattsmouth last
Monday evening remaining over
night and looking after some busi
ness matters the day- following. He
was having some dental work done,
and also was looking for the pur
chase of a new Ford, if one could be
secured in reasonable time.
assisting the others vho are working
for a better Murray and will make
good in the end.
Injured Whil at Work.
While at work in the fields, Kelly
Rhoden had the nisfortune while
turning a harrow- with which he
was working, of allcwinsr one section
to fall, one tooth f which caught
in his foot in the Irop. piercing it
which caused him much pain and
injured the memberzreatly. He has
not been able to get about except on
crutches, and it w!l be some time
before the contusio shall heal and
be well again, anc be able to go
about his daily avoation. He has
the wishes of his rony friends that
the injury may rapdly heal and be
Osags PostsFor Sale
I have over twf thousand osai;e
posts for sale in wgon load or car
load lots. Call pbne 151. '5. Wm
make their home near Union, were
j looking after some business matters
'in Murray last Tuesday morning.
?.!rs. Kliza Young who has been
staying near Union for some time
past was a visitor at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Joseph Cook of Mur
ray, last Sunday.
G. M. Minford was a shipper of a
car load of cattle and hogs to the
Omaha market, in company with Hen
ry Creamer, they being on the mar
Phillip Lambert is making some
very satisfactory progress at this
time towards recovery and has dis
carded the crutches aud now is able
to get about with a cane.
Rev. W. N. Halsey will minister to
the Presbyterian church at Murray
next Sunday and there will also be
Sunday school. All are invited to
come out and attend the worship.
Albert Cotner, Ray Schiappacase,
Harry Forbes and James Gochen
our, all of Plattsmouth, wore in Mur
ray last Tuesday looking alter me , pporr(,r Murray, -b
renainne oi tne lines oi me i-intuin i
Telephone company. t
Mr. Ross Collins of Plattsmouth,
was looking after some business mat
ters in Murray and community for
the Nebraska Gas and Fleet ric com
pany, on last Tuesday and waj ac
companied by Mrs. Collins.
A. L. Baker and Dr. B. F. Brendel
were passengers to Lincoln last
Tuesday, they first going to Omaha
where they were accompanied by
Mcrton Bartlett. where Mr. Bartlett
and Dr. Brendel had some business
matters to look after. Then Dr.
Brendel and Mr. Baker went to Lin
coln, where they were also looking
after some business matters as well.
Mrs. Wiu. Sporrer and Miss Ada
Farris entertained the ladies aid so
ciety of the Christian church at the
home of Mrs. Sporrer and a large
number of the ladies attended. The
day was passed in work which the
ladies had on hand, and in social
conversation, the pleasure of the
occasion was greatly enhanced by the
o.TiHfl rnfroclimorti! which were
provided by the ladies who had been j investigating .cxican affairs his
selected as the hostesses for the oc- 1 efforts as a speci. emissary of 1'rts
casion. The ladies are loud in their . ident Wilson to i the late Victori
praises of the Mesdames Farris and j ;UU) nuerta to alicate his power in
o I ri Arc- Thj cnltcirt '
Prom Monday's Dally.
Wayne Lewis was an over Sunday
visitor at Union returning this
morning to his duties in this city.
Attorney William DelesDernieTTf
Elmwood came up this morning to
attend to a few matters of business
at the court house.
O. W. Zaar of South Bend was
among the visitors in the city today
attending to some matters of busf
ness for a few hours.
Attorney C. L. Graves and Edward
E. Leech of Union came up this
morning on the belated Missouri
Pacific train to attend to some. busi
ness matters at the court house.
Adam Meisinger and son, Allie,
were in the city Saturday from the
vicinity of Cedar Creek, cuming to
look after some trading with the
merchants here ami to call on their
Ralph Larson, of Louisville, was
an over Sunday visitor in this city
at the home of his parents, return
ing this morning to his work in the
Bank of Commerce in our neighbor
Bryan Snyder, of Imperial. Ne
braska, is spending a short time at
the home near Mynard assisting in
looking after the farm during the
absence of his father. George VY.
Snyder, in the south.
Eggs Foi Setting.
Pure bred Whit Plymouth
eggs, $1.25 per, se ing of 15.
ee the wonderll values in hats
at Jardon's Millinfy.
DRIVEN AS SLAVES
John Lind, Wilsoik Emissary, De
scribes Condit?is to Senate
Washington, Api 27 John Lind,
lormer governor f Minnesota, de
scribed today to v senate commit-
which the ladies considered was
Christian Americanism, and a very
interesting discussion was had. The
next meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. Charles Creamer. May 5th.
Robert Good Still in Hospital
Robert Good, who was injured so
severely in the accident several weeks
ago. in which he suffered a- broken
leg. at a crossing of the Misssouri
Pacific when his truck was struck by
I Mexico and allo new government
j to be set up theiin 1913.
I Mr. Lind refud to detail conver
sations with thefexican chief or in
struction given tn by the president
except as they v?e outlined in print
ed memoranda hich he submitted.
"My object, icording to my in
structions, wato bring about an
adjustment beten the contending
so that the coun-
nn pn? tip. is not making me pro-
hich is desired he should. He i powers", he sa
is progressing slowly, and suffered' try could haveace and a de facto
greatly from the injured memner. i government bctt up which the Unit-
It is hoped that he v;ill soon be about
ed States coulfccognize."
Mr. Lind sf of the Latin-American
disorgaiation. The primary
flat-fine A Inner Vprv Well
twrv- who live northwest of' causes are sM and economic.
Murray, and of whic hnotice of an J the tropicaliantations owned by
accident was noted in this paper,, mericans aw men working al
when he was kicked by a mule and j mogt as sl '&uarded by men with
f ,M(mOT. snorted as sttine ! revolvers ani'hips and locked up at
along nicely, and with hopes that he night.
will soon be well again.
From Tuesday's Daily.
Robert Shrader, of near Murray,
was in the city today for a few
hours looking after some matters of
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Reed and Rob
ert Burr of Murray, were in the
city for a short time today enroute
to Omaha, where they will visit for
Ralph Keckler of Union, was in
the city last evening for a few hours
enroute to Omaha, where he spent a I
short time with his father T. F. j
Keckler of Manley, who is at the 1
hospital in that city.
We are closing out our line of House Paints, Barn Paint, Var
nishes, etc., and as we do not intend restocking will give our cus
tomers the advantage of the price.
We handle the Paintall Products, manufactured ot. Lincoln
and especially adapted to this climate.
House paint, gallons. $4.25
Vz Gal $2.15 Quarts $1.15
Small quantity red barn paint, gal.. . .$2.25
If we haven't enough of colors you select on hand to com
plete your job, will order it for you at same price. It will pay
you to see us before buying your paint.
G. W. McCracken, Prop.
Krnrri Wednesday s Daily
Mrs. John Thierolf and children
departed this afternoon for LaPlatte
where they will visit at the home of
Mrs. Thierolf's parents, Mr. and Mrs
Henry Kehne, one of the old and
prominent resident:- or Center pre
cinct, was in the city today for
few bours, motoring over with hs
yon. William Kehne, and while her
was a cal!er at the Journal.
Louis Friedrich of near Cedar
Creek was in the city today for
few hours looking after some matters
of business and while here called at
the Journal and renewed his sub
scription to the Evening Journal.
Hardware and Implements!
We are carrying a full line of the John Deere
farm machinery and implements and our stock is most
complete just now for your selection. It consists of
plows, harrows, disks, listers, planters and every known
implement required in the corn farming line.
In addition we also carry a complete line of heavy
and shelf hardware; electric washers and general hard
ware. Our aim is to serve you always.
Mrs. W. J. Streight, Hostess for the
Woman's Missionary Society
Hosiery for Women!
Socks for Men!
A buy which we consider a fortunate one, in the
way of a wholesaler's close-out of men's and women's
hosiery is in our store. We bought them right arid
will pass them on to you in the same way. With the
price of work socks and women's hose unreasonably
high, you cannot afford to overlook a season's supply.
Men's summer weight socks, colors black, navy
and cordovan. Per pair, 25c; per doz. pairs, $2.75.
Ladies hem top hose, black only, per pair, 25c;
per dozen pairs, $2.75.
Ladies lisle hose in the popular shades, regular re
tail price $1.00. In this lot at per pair, 75c.
Show Had a Big Crowd.
A show called "The Heart of the
Blue Ridge", which played to a
crowded house in Murray last Mon
day evening, was greatly enjoyed by
those present, though there was some
little disorder, all were well pleased
by the good performance which the
company put on.
Thanes in the north and
commercial terprises of course are
Suffers Fracture of Arm.
Loren Durbin. son of John Durbin
and wife, who has been making his
home with his grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Tilson, in Murray,
while playing at the school grounds.
ruling in the "teeter totter", had ;
the misfortune to fall from his seat i
carried on 'a different fashion."
"Don't v think American influ
ence and hs has gone far towards
ameliorati! these conditions of
Mexican ir?" the witness was
"I don,think the influence of
American s gone far in the south,"
Mr. Lindllted- 4,1 think more has
been don' Mexican workmen who
have livn the United States."
Krom wsdav's Tallv.
Duritjie past week Mr. Wilcox.
with the effect that, on one of his our ReiJ Pst office custodian has
arms received a severe fracture. The been c,oed to his home with the
fracture was reduced by Dr. Gilmore anjnsilitis. He had quite a
and the voung man is doing as nicely , 1,u dn,i . 1
as could be expected under the cir- severe ? of it but is showing-great
enmtances. Notwithstanding the ac- signs Jiiprovement and his many
cident. all of the children who attend frjenish for his speedy recovery
the school, are enjoying the athletic jr WiIc0x-s absence one of
apparatus which has recently been uun"i - ,
installed and feel well repaid for the our fifoung men, Russell Wasley,
effort which has been put Torthtto ob- has ime Uncle Sams trusted em
tain it. j pioy jrrying special deliveries.
Murray Residence For Sale. J
I am offering my home for sale.
call at residence. Mrs. J. Baxter I
T" clover and alfalfa seed.
From Wednesday's Daily.
Yesterday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. W. J. Streight, occurred the
regular monthly meeting of the Pres
bj terian woman's missionary society.
with an attendance that taxed the
capacity of the house. The devo
tional hour was in charge of the pres
ident, Mrs. P. .B. Shopp. The bud
get of the new year was explained
by Mrs. McClusky. The program of
the afternoon consisted of short
spicy narratives given by Mrs. Chase,
Mrs. "Martin and Mrs. Troop, and the
presentation of a Pageant play on
Medical Missions, entitled, "Hanging
the Sign". Mrs. Clyde Cavendar
took the leading part. Eight mem
bers of the society represented the
foreign countries. The appeal of
this Pageant was very impressive.
The program was interspersed with
music which was very much enjoyed.
Mrs. J. M. Roberts and Mrs. Henry
Goos each rendered, two instrumental
solos, all of which was a real plea
sure to hear. Mrs, T. B. Peterson
rendered two beautiful vocal selec
A committee, of which the hostess
was chairman, served verv dainty re
freshments, and the latter part of
the afternoon was spent in a social
manner. All present were enthusi
astic in their praise of the splendid
program rendered by the society.
MARTIN FRIEDRICH IMPROVING
From Wednesday'8 Daliy
The reports received from Roches
ter, Minn.,' as to the condition of
Hon. Martin Friedrich. give the many
friends here hopes that the patient
2ws. in T. s-w. Inqi of John Wiles. Telephone will soon be so far recovered as to
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Seed Corn for Sale
Some extra good 1918 crop of Yel-
3527 tf-w. be able to return to his home in this
f i city. Mr. Friedrich has been operat-
jed Rock eggs for sale from ed on twice at the Mayo Brothers
;iow Dent ?eed corn for sale. Crib beiains, $1.50 per 15; $7.00 per hospital and from letters received
. O A A Kiihal Poll A i Vf 1 '
I uu -.VJW yjTzi v ail i . i r- , . pi1nno 1 1 C T
feeling better. His condition has
been so very serious that it will re
quire some time before he recovers
from the effects of his sickness and
the operation. That he may be able
lo regain his former health is the
sincere wish of the host of friends
throughout the county.
DEPART FOR FUNERAL
From Tuesday's Dailv.
This morning Mrs. Kate Bintner
and son, Leo, departed for Exira,
Iowa, where they were called by a
message announcing the death of
Champere Bintner, a relative, who
passed away at that place yesterday
after an illness of some duration.
Mrs. Bintner and son will remain at
Exira until after the funeral services.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
Buff Orphington's eggs, $1.00 per
setting $?.00 per 100.
. SAMUEL GOODMAN',
A12-4w, Mynard, Neb.
Greatly reduced prices in hats at
V. R. YOUNG
Always Ready for Sale
Dates far or near.
SATISFACTION OR NO PAY!
Murray Ext &utge
Why Pay Prevailing Prices
We always carry a very complete line of
shoes and have invested lots of money be
fore the present high prices and are willing
to give you the benefit of our buying fore
sight. Come in and be convinced we have
the right price on all kind of shoes you may
need either work or dress.
The Service Store
ALFRED GANSEMER, Proprietor
Chas. Chrlswisser, Nehawka.
Wiles, from him he states that he has been
lv-w. permitted to eat some now and is
The Midnight Man" Serial
The third episode will be given at the Puis & Gan
mersemer hall on Saturday evening of this week. All
those who are attending this magnificent serial will
please take notice and not miss out on this number.
The prices are 1 5 and 25 cents, which sums include
the war tax.
This is a good show and one well worth while at
tending. Do not miss it.
Puis : Company
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