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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1922.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WZESLY JOURNAL
Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surroundinc Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
If niy of the reOra of the
Journal knOT" of uj aoclit
event or item of Interest lri
this vicinity, and will mall
tce to this office, it will ap
pear under this headirr. we
want all newg items Editor
Here to Serve You!
A bank is one of the elements of safety in a c6rii
munity as well as one which renders service" to all of
the members of the community. .We are glad to solve
your problems when it is possible. Make this bank
j'our office when in town. We are pleased to give you
the best service possible.
If you are puzzled about some financial proposi
tion, come in and we will talk it over and endeavor to
find a solution.
I ' '1
m Stat Bub,
The Bank of Service
NEBRASKA R ;
their car and found the trip coming ; at which time the Rev. Dr. J. B.
home not the best on account of the I Jackson formerly pastor here but
rain. j now at Omaha, will conduct the ser-
Worth Click and W. O. Troop were vices on that date both morning and
looking- after some business matters evening.
in the county seat last Saturday,
making the trip before -the storm,
which made the going very diffi
cult. Chester Shrader, of Omaha, was a
visitor at'' the home of Mr. and Mrs. i
H. C. Long, his grandparents, and
also with' Mr. and Mrs. Geo." Nickles, '
'his aurit and uncle, enjoying a
tnaries enneay. wno naS neen m friends are pieased to know
amon;? tfcose' on the sick list, is re- f ... nrf12.rP!!S toward health anri
. i a r . - . i , , ; . i 'CI
ins lime ana wun eacu uay is gam
Returned From Kcfpital
Last Tuesday afternoon Mr. W. G.
Baedeker departed for Omaha and
on the following morning returned
accompanied b3 Mrs. Eoedeker, who
lias been in Omaha for some time
past and where she underwent an
play was given Is "being greatly benefited.
Lewiston Ladies Aid
All members of the Ladies Aid So
ciety of Lewiston are requested to
fce present at a business meeting1 at
the church on Thursday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, March 30.
MRS. ADDIE E. PARK,
Removed to Omaha
Mr. and Mrs. Stibbs, who have
conducted the Berger hotel for the
past several months have given over
the management to the owner, Mrs.
J. W. Berger, and have removed to
Omaha. Mrs. Berger who has for
mny years conducted the hostelry
here, is well known and has been
rarely equaled in a town like Mur
ray and never excelled. .
ery .' r.norp t ?rm nnrl frnrm whirh etie ia ra.
i tut rine uiutij ul mis Lime, tier
ing. and is hoping soon to be able to !
be out again. . j
W. H. Puis and Jasper Queen were
Catches an Eag;le
Last Monday while Lloyd Lewis
; and his father J. D. Lewis, were
: working in the field they ran across
an eaple which had been wounded
and could scarcely fly but with the
; strength still remainging in its legs
I was able to keep away from Lloyd,
j However, the dogs came up on the
I Athpr culp rif it and Mr Tjwi ivac:
120 rods Of four foct woven wire -KIp tn rritfti Tho snr'pnrt of tho
her return home.
Fencing for Sale
looking after some business matters fencing, also one iron pump, 25 feet wings measured six feet. The eagle
in Plattsmouth last Tuosdav afte- ct pipe. All in gooa condition. Une
noon and when returning brought mile east and one mile north of Mur
with them a new plow for one of J-ay. Guy Murray. m9-2w.
their customers. '
Last Monday Searl Davis shipped a Will Leave For v7est Soon,
was kept for a short time and then
turned lose again.
Will Show in Nehawka
car load of cattle to the South Omaha Geor?e TanneP and wife will de- ple wiiigh'e'the pla whicfc proved
It . v.yo j V U Farl tue last or Inis weeK Ior ine popular at Murrav at auditori-
lu" i-iicic r-o on miicMc v .uv-.-pgj ana wm g0 lo AKron, colo.,
ten cents during the time the cattlie wnere are expecting to spend
were on the read. j the summer.
L. H. Puis of Plattsmouth was" a ;
visitor in Murray last Tuesday arid
: while here was emDloved makinjr a
'table lamp, which he formed out of During-the latter part of last week
i stick of native walnut, making a the Royal Neighbors of America of,
i very elegant piece of furniture. f which Mrs. Oswald Virgin was a
l t TTi i: . v. .,, . j . Tnp.rii'hpr at thf iimp of hpr rlp.nfh anrl
! i r. I t Li:ifi ii. w iiu nuujc iiuic ac;u - . t - . ....!.. ,
lost his earage bv fire, is now build- in which she carried a policy of life tunata in getting an opportnn ity to
Make Early Settlement
urn in rsehawka on March 61, Fri
day of next week and which will be
a very pleasing play for the people
of our neighboring city. The play as
5t was given at Murray proved to be
a most fun provoking hit. and was
applauded by all who were in attendance.
The people of Nehawka are for-
On Tuesdav Col. J. P. Sevboldt j which represents more than a
and son. Wiif Seyboldt, bhipped a car, hundred dollars.
of rattle to the South Omaha market.; Henry Re-nick was a visitor
g another and this time a
e than the one which he lost and
which will afford space for doing
Isome work when such is necessary.
I In the matter nf nrorinrt inn a rer-
ZS-C . tain sow which Edward Lewis has
- - I on his farra has the hen tied, as a
naj few days since she found seventeen
mcs. ana an neaiinv ones. tne
inrurance of nine thousand dollars.
mn'e settlement for the insurance
with the husband Mr. Oswald Virgin.
see and hear this excellent play.
HOME TALENT PLAT GIVEN
AT limtEAY LAST WEES
S. C. Rhode Island Red eggs for
hatching. $5.00 per hundred. Mrs.'
Guy Wiles, Murray. lmo-d&w
Frank Valkry of Plf.ttmouth was Murray from his home in Nehuvka,
laid on two and killed them, but the
(other fifteen are doing" well. j
j Mont Shrader has been busy cf
1 - J .1 . . '...-in.irp rinttaFtt hairff -irfTlT'initlf1 YiV Vile TlfOTltC
in Murray last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Y. II. Resnick. on last i fixi"S up around the hotel prop-
wn in his car. j Tiwrday afternoon. Jll'"uaJ v c-; ,J""U1U
having driven dow
and Mrs. LeRoy Jarv's
a fence pround the barn for a
- i ( ti m V f re hfi4 fiit rnrrtnlotpH
1,1 : .. . . - .-fnTirl tins? lot Mr Shritrtor tflls
. . t trt r.QinTinT nr 1 11 u 1 r dt- : i r r t i : i i -. - . .... . . . . . . . - - - -
L in'- , . ... - I t n , 1 1 r c f rr iCT enmo ritIppi irfhp: in
home ci -Mrs. j. a. vvancer, v.-nicn ; - - - ... ... ...
:t-.s added to the elegance of their dePth where he was digging pest
Platsmouth were visitin
home of Mrs. Jar vis parent. M.
"-n--yli i 11 ani) wife ljst SlltlllaV
, ' . " . ! alreadv beautiful home.
J. W. Edmunds has charge of the, Dr G H Gilmore is kept on the
cream station and wnl srjon go to i mon of thp tirne jugt now aml
Omaha, where he is to take the ex-; - Jth he nQt too rood ro,ds and
awination for testing of cream and iVeather and a large amount of sick-
Duner ui. I nes. finds little pleasure.
George Tamer and wife will de- Henry C. Iiong, who has been feel-
part the last or this week ror tne jngi poorly for forae time, was a pas
west and will go to Akron, Colorado. : senger to Plattsmouth both last Sat
where they are expecting to spend ', urday and Monday, where he went to
the summer. j take treatment of Dr. H. C. Ieopold.
-,.LaMeeb GIn,.Todd living, on! U'm. Sporer and family were
the state road, suffered a loss of some srenaing the day in Omaha last tat-
lly Uncle From Japan
The young people of Murray un
der the direction ar.d tutorage of
M: L. D. Iliatt produced one of the
best plays which has come for a long
time. The title of the play being
"My Uncle 0Frem Japan." and met
with a mot wonderful greeting by
the people of Murray and vicinity.
The cast was all well worth while
On account of the weather being and as all did their parts one could
very bad and we missing the train E0t he selected who did not do ex-
fifty of his flock of chickens and
urday, making the trip with their
The cream of the market is offered both in price
and quality in our Saturday bargain lists. Shop with
us and save.
48-lb. sack Little Hatchet flour $1.93
15 lbs. pure granulated sugar for .' 1.00
3- Ib. fancy blend Monarch coffee 1.00
Genuine Santos peaberry, per lb 25
5-lb. sack oatmeal for 25
4- Ib. sack Gooch's Best pancake flour .35
Tomatoes, No- 3 size can, 2 for .35
Wincrr sweet corn, 2 cans for 25
Sifted Early June peas, 2 cans for ' .35
Nimko peaches, heavy syrup, per can .30
Apple butter, 38-cz. Jar for 40
Fresh dates, large size packages, 2 for 25
Cocoanut, fresh, white slock, per lb. . . 25
2 pounds bulk cocoa for 25
Salmon, high grade Ferri Leaf brand; 3 cans for. . .59
Soap chps, fine for laundry purposes, 3 lbs. for. . .25
4 bars white Naptha soap for 25
5 bars Swift's Pride white soap for 25
Gallon cans solid pack pears . . .75
last Sunday morning, we are exter a-; cellent. Uncle Samuel Latte, ho has
ing thanks to Mr. B. A. Root for his na-rsd his S4th hirthdav. delighted
(kindness in teaching the adult class the audience bv one of his inimita
. jat the Bible schools of the Christian ble .fongs. The Cole orchestra f rom -
church, wnich we have endeavored Mynard favored the people with
to teach. isom? musical numbers and added to
The Murray people who have jut the enjoyment of the occasion. Percy
given the play "My Uncle from Fields and daughter. Charlotte, and '.
Japan," and with such success, have Raymond Cook of Plattsmouth cre
been asked to give the play again and ated much laughter between acts
at Nehawka, and as soon as a date Little Miss Fields brought the house
for the giving of it shall have been down at:d with all it was one of tfre
fixed they will appear before the mct pasing entertainments of the
people of Nehawka and will delight season. The receipts were very lib
them. ! cral and the library for which the
Dr. B. F. Brendel was a caller at j
Union last Mondav. where he went' """"'""" "
to treat a patient, this being his first ' XH-XH--K-
out of town call, and while it was
not a very agreeable day, ptood the
trip nicely and is feeling much bet-
MONEY SAVING SPECIALS FROM
OUR DRY GOODS LINES
Men's 220 wt. bib overalls, big roomy cut, double
sewed, large pockets of best matl., a real buy. $1.49
Men's black cotton hose, a good one for every day
wear. 7 pairs for 1.00
18-inch Turkish toweling, per yd- 19
Genuine Renfrew table damask, 70 inches wide,
blue border and floral stripe, $1.75 quality, yd. 1.35
70-inch half linen damask, flower design, worth
$2.25 yard. Special Saturday price, yd 1.75
66-ihch highly mercerized table damask, per yd. . .
Ladies and Misses patent leather and metal trim
med belts, the range of the season, 25c, 50c. .
Curtain nets, this season's latest designs and ma
terials in all -wanted widths-. Yard, 50c, 75c. . .
Scrims and mercerized marquesettes, 15, 25, 40.
THE TOP PRICE PAID FOR PRODUCE
H. I. Seennicta & Co,,
Telephone No. 12. Murray, Nebraska.
LOCATED A T MURRAY
ter. Dr. J. F. Brendel, who i?
looking after the extensive practice
of both he and his father, is kept
extremely busy thc?e days.
Last Saturday James Hatch ett and
daughter. Lorine, went to Platts
mouth where Mr. Hatchett was look
ing after seme business matters for
the day while Miss Lorine was one
of the contestants in the ipelling
contest which was held at the office jV
of the county superintendent. They
made the trip via the bus, but as tho
bus did not return had to await the
coming of the midnight train to get
Henry Zuckweiler and "wife, of
Miller, South Dakota, who have been
visiting for the past month or more
in the west, having been at Los
Angeles, and having spent some time
Specialist on Swine and
OR. G. L. TAYLOR
The three act, farce comedy, home
talent pliy, "My Uncle From Ja-
pan," which was given at the Pet-j
rsoc hail . Wednesday evening un
der the auspices of the Community
club, was a grand success in every
ie?pect, for which much credit is
due Mr. L. D. Hiatt, the director of
the play. j
Early in the evening the crowd
of people began to pour in, and be- !
fore time for the curtain to rise, ev- :
ery chair as well as all the available
standing room was occupied. Some-!
thing over $90 was received in ad
Ivan Deles' Dernier as Capt. Rack
et, a young lawyer and liar at all j
times, and his young wife, Margar- j
et Spa?gler, who was up to "any-!
I ... Li c- : ill ncic t jsitiijg tiic
heme of their friend, Timothy To
man, Martin Sporer, who' had mar
ried Iris wife. Etta Nickels, for her
j money and the jealous wife was
found to have a temper. Uncle Oba
diah from Japan, Everett Spangler,
appeared on the scene and caused
mora trouble. The muddle was in
creased by the arrival of Clarice
father, W. G. McCracken, who to
gether with Hobson. Glen Edmisten,
the waiter from the cafe, and Katy, i
Catherine Brown, the mischieveous J
maid, corner the captain and he fin-j
ally own up after which they all i
live happly ever after.
The play was a lively one and all j
the participants acted their parts:
I The Cole orchestra from Mynard
V.'ill receive calls at resi
dence, Murray. Phone No. CO
their home in the north.
was present and gave several beau
Sa'tifu! selections which were greatly
. appreciated by the audience. This or
.' chestra is composed of Mrs. Roy Cole.
Ji piano; Mr. Roy Cole, cornet; Mr.
Sherman Cole, trombone; Miss Opal
CoI saxophone, and Mrs. Arthur
Troop, violin, and all are excellent
Rav Cook and Percy Fields of;
Plattsmouth great!y plesred every-,
on e by their songs and vaudeville
entertainment between acts, as did
Mr. Hiatt, who in a great, artist in:
! that line, "and won ths applause of (
! all. Dainty little Miss Oharlotte .
: Field? gave t solo in her sweet and
jv.inring way and was heartily on-i
! cored to which she' kindly responded.
- . f Ttt1 Stii T.atta n!sn saner a enii-
Platts-jfcpry LifiTllfEr I EiMIRFR' ' nt solos wTiich were likewise en-I
i joyed. I
Altogether the pleasing and high
!ire I .jk nan nRtl H t1
in and near Murray, departed last ' SSL BCSlLaLc Kt?
Tuesday afternoon after having visit-!
ed at the homes of Fred Lutz and L.
D. Hiatt for some t!me, to
mouth. where they will viit for
ror-e time before they depart for
To saw at our saw mil!. Willsiart-
Herman Wclforth. recognizing the sawin.j abouth March 20th.
'fHss entertainment was tborouehlv ,
emovahle evnt ana wrs nro-
worth having the poultry branch sawed ino any dimension lumber munced by many as' the best home,
of the farming business looked after; t talent ever given in Murrav. )
in the proper way, is at this time yuu requeai. . T amateur actors have been in-!
pring Arrivals Here
We have our spring good here and are ready for
your demands. It is ever our aim to satisfy the trade,
arid; in our purchases of new Spring Gingham?, we have
endeavored to" select the patterns and styles which the
customers are desiring.
In trie Millinery line we also have made very choice
selections and have a line of very fine ladies hats.
In the line' of gentlemen's head wear, we have a
wonderful array to select from.
Come and see us, we will endeavor to please you,
and do not forget the excellent line of leather gloves as
Wilson & Puis,
The Service Store
We are now located in our new quarters and pre
pared for all work which comes cur way. We are ready
to care for your needs, and will gladly meet all compe
tition in both prices and quality of work.
M. G. CHURCHILL,
MURRAY -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
RSany Peple are Building!
More are contemplat ng building. Don't wait to long.
Have us put in an estimate on ihe building which you want
done We will be pleased to serve you.
J. A. SCQTTEs'3, Contractor
MURRAY -:- -:- NEBRASKA
Give the Hons a Ghancs!
Kill the mites and other vermin. Vre have the solution
The Disinfectant, the White Wash and the Lice Killer.
We would like to tell all abont it.
Banning L tickles,
building an excellent poultry house
wnicn he win use for the better care
of his chickens who are contributing
greatly to the profit of the farm. He
has bouRht the materials for the
construction from the lumber yard
of Banning: & Nickles. who are sell
ing much lumber at this time.
GREEN BUSS SERVICE
Our Green Bus leaves- your town
I three times daily to Nebraska City
1 and Omaha. If -yon want us to main
j tain this service, patronize it'. We
will appreciate your patronage.
H-P TRANSFER CO.
Bring in your logs now. First
come, first served.
Sheldon Mg, Co,,
ivitel to take their play to several
! rcisrhbofing towns which they are
leaking under consideration.
BY ORDER OF COURT
Closing out entire stock of mer
chandise for cash of E. G. Dovey &
Son, at reduced prices.
JOHN F. GORDER,
We have a large 2-ton G. M. C. truck
which is equipped for hauling Cattle,
Hogs, Sheep, Grain, Household Gocc's,
and in fact anything that can be hauled
, WE CAN HAUL IT
Cur prices are reasonable One trial vill prove it!
CALL MURRAY PE0NL
Will Make Home Here Again
James Oruber, who with the fam
ily has been in the we3t mating his
home In Washinc-trn fir tho rct
several month, returned to Murray j
i last Saturday and will make his J
(home here for the present. While
they like the west pretty well it does'
, not look just like Cass county, and !
.in fact it is difficult to find places
mai are mucn' n anv netter than'
this portion of Nebraska.
Single comb Rhode Inland Red.
large type dark red. $1.50 each. Call
phone 16. tf-w
SIRS. S. OLDHAM.
Services at Presbyterian Clrnrch
There will be services at the Pres
byterian church on Sunday, April 2,
We Are Needing the
When the times were close I trusted a number of
my friends for supplies from the store. Since then the
firm' has changed and the accounts should be settled.
Please call at the store of Wilson & Puis where I
will be found with the books for settlement. Do not
neglect to settle these accounts as I want to close the
Spring is at Our
Sure we are ready for its coming, with all kind of
farming machinery, seeds, both for the field and the
Come see us for anything you may want. We can
save you money and give you the best service-
We make a specialty for accurate and quick serv
ice in any and all repairs.
Peterson Hardware Co.
E. L. PETERSON, Manager
MURRAY -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
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