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THURSDAY. MARCH 30, 1922.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI -WEEKLY JOURNAL
Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray and 8urrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
1 1 my of th readers of tbe
Journal knar of any aortal
nt or Item of Interest in
tfaU Ticinlty. and will mail
lime to this ofiice, it will ap
pear under this heading. w
wajit all newa 1 tenon Editob
TO HER REWARD
Here to Serve You!
A bank is one of the elements of safety in a com
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
your 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.
The Bank of Service
after some business matters for the
Jasper Queen has proved himself
an artist of no mean character in
the line of landscape gardner, when
the beautified the grounds at the
home of Mr. Font T. Wilson.
Sir. C. N. Barrows and wife who
hare been making their home at
Milford for the past six months ar
rived home last week and are making
their home here for the present.
Charles Kennedy who has been so
ill at his home for some time is now
making good progress towards recov
ery and is feeling much better which
is good news to his many friends.
H. C. Long was a visitor in Platts
mouth for every day during the
week where he is looking after some
business matters and also taking
treatments from Dr. H. C. Leopold.
A. H. Engelkemier has been hav
ing a round with the mumps but
while they were very inconvenient
he has come out of the light victor,
and is feeling ftratly well, thank
Dies at Home at Union Wednesday
Afternoon of Attack of Heart
Trouble of Some Length..
Another of the old and well be-
where they were called some time
since on account of the serious ill- j
Mrs. R. L. Johnson, who has been Jved pioneer residents of Cass coun
troubled with dropsey and heart dis- !y nas1 bee? summoned to the great
ease. Last Monday Mrs. Johnson beynd ad laid aside the trials and
passed away at the age of some sev
enty years, airs, jonnson leaves a
sufferings of this earthly life for the
glories of the life triumphant. Mrs.
,ckt,h nnrf fm iht ,-,n,i,D tn Barbara Taylor passing away Wed-
mourn her departure. Mrs. Johnsen ! nesday afternoon af her home at
lived in the neighborhood in which
she died for over sixty years, being
about seven j-ears of age when her
parents moved there.
Your Logs Sawed
Take your native logs to the Shel
don Manufacturing Company's saw
piil and have them sawed in de men
tions at $14.00 per thousand feet.
Ladies Aid Will Meet
The ladies aid of" the Christian
church will meet at the home of Mrs.
C. T. Leyda on Thursday, April 6,
at which time they are expecting to
tT; . . . . , i lo a good deal of work for their so-
Messrs. Ray Schiappacasse and Al-' r. -ht, t
bert Cotner of Plattsmouth repre
senting the Lincoln Telegraph and
Telephone company, were in Murray
last Tuesday looking after some
work on the lines.
W alker Gilmore, who is attending I
the state university medical depart
ment arrived at home on Wednesday
Will Give "Jitney' Supper
Bring your nickles to the Petersen
' at the home of his parents for the hall on this coming Saturday eve-
mug. it is Avi ii a. un it juaey sup
per which will surprise you and af-
or tnls week and will be the guest :
remainder of the week.
Frank Vallery was looking after Messrs. Morton Bartlett and Chas.
some matters in Murray last Tues-j Green were looking after some bus!
V. H. Puis was looking after some
matters of business at the county
.seat last Monday.
Mrs. Asche was looking after some
business matters in Plattsmouth last
Joe and Frank Mrasek were look
ing after some business matters in
Omaha last Thursday.
Frank Dill was shelling and deliv
ering hi scorn at the D. J. Pitman
elevator last Tuesday.
E. P. Lutz was a visitor in Mur
ray last Tuesday a guest with Mr.
L. D. Hiatt for the day.
J. W. Edmunds was looking after
'some business matters in PlattB
mouth last Monday, afternoon.
Messrs. L. K. Kniss and T. J.
Brendel were looking after some bus
iness matters in Omaha last Monday.
Mrs. J. F. Bates of Rising City,
! who was visiting at the home of her
parents at Lincoln came down for a
visit of a few days with her sister,
Mrs. J. F. Brendel and returned
home last Tuesday afternoon.
Julius Engelkemier who returned
from the hospital at Omaha a short
time since is progressing as well as
under the circumstances it is looked
for. He still has to remain in a dark
ened room and is caring for his eyes
as best he can.
W. R. Young wa a visitor at Ash
land last Tuesday where he was look
ing after some matters of business,;
and Mrs. Young accompanied the
aaIaticI n o r- act T .nil i c vi 1 1 a vhflrfi
ness matters in Weeping Water last
John Fitch and son, Eugene, from
near Nehawka were looking after
some business matters in Murraj
Robert Good was a visitor in Om
aha last Tuesdav takin ea load of s she visited for the day at the home
The deceased lady was one of the
earliest settlers in Liberty precinct
coming there when a child of some
nine years of age in 1857 and has
resided there almost continuously
since that time.
Barbara A. Lynn, daughter of Jo
shua and Sarah Lynn, was born Au
gust 24, 1849, in the state of Penn
sylvania, and when a babe of one
year, the parents removed to south
ern Illinois, where they resided for
five years, going from there to Fre
mont Co. Ia., where they made their
home until 1857 when the family
came to Nebraska and settled in
Cass county, near where the present
town of Union is located. It was at
the home in that portion of Cass
county that Barbara Lynn was mar
ried on October 23. 1864, to Henry
F. Taylor. To .this union a large
family came to bless the household, j
nine of whom, Mrs. Emma Morton,
Mrs. A. L. Becker. Mts. Mary Pell.
Mrs. Minnie Banning, Mrs. Hattie
Keedy. Miss Elsie Taylor, all of Un
ion. Mrs. Luella Woodruff of Cali
fornia. William L. and C. H. Taylor
of Omaha, are left to mourn -the pass-
terwards there will be games and ing of the kind and loving mother. :
ning. The supper will begin serving ; preceded Mrs. Taylor in death. Mrs.
at 5: 30 and will be continued until j Taylor was also a sister of John
all have been served. Do not forget Lynn of Union
ciety and the church. Mesdames Ley
da, E. W. Milburn and Ben Dill will
act as the hostesses for the occasion.
Mrs. J. F. Brendel will be the leader
in the excellent program which will
Spring Arrivals Here!
We have our spring goods here and are ready for
your demands. It is ever our aim to satisfy the trade,
and in our purchases of new Spring Ginghams, we have
endeavored to select the patterns and styles which the
customers are desiring.
In the 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
the date and the hour and come to
help the library for there will be an
excellent time. -
sheep and on his return bringing a
load of barbed wire.
Fred Campbell who haa been down
with the grippe is reported as doing
nicely now and hopes .soon to be en
tirely over the trouble.
M. G. Churchill has been build
ing a hot bed with other of his in
dustries in his efforts to supply Mur
ray with .what the people want.
of her brother Harry Hinton, and
The board of directors cf the Far
mers elevator company met at the
elevator office last Tuesday and look
ed after some o. the matters re
garding the business and found the
elevator had done an excellent bus
iness thus far uncle- the efficient
managment of A. Gansemer.
Mrs. B. F. Brendel, Mr. and Mrs
SilEts! Silk ISoso! Organdies!
Hamming Bird hose, pure thread silk, extra foil length,
84 inch lisle top, donble heel and toe, lots of wear.
Colors black and brown, pair $1.50
Ladies' tjutsize pure thread silk hose, elastic top, pair . 1.85
Iron Clad silk hose one of the season's best values, in a
medium priced silk hose; brown or black, pair 95
36-in Heavy Taffeta, Corticello Silk Mill's finest quality,
black, brown or navy, per yard 2.95
Silk Messaline, nice quality 36-in, highly lnstrons and a
special value, all colors, per yard 1.75
Organdies for dresses and trimmings, imported and do
mestic qualities; white and colors, yard 60 and .85
We Pay the Top Price for Produce!
Fred Nutzman from south of Ne- J- fu ?r- a"u
t,nwva ac a vicitnr in Mnrrav last ' Seybcldt were visiting at Avoca last
Tuesday afternoon and was looking j Sunday being guests at a dinner
del of that place in honor of the 42
anniversary of the birth of Dr. J.
W. Brendel of Avoca and at which
all enjoyed a most excellent time.
Parr Young is having a very sub
stantial hog house constructed which
is in tbe most part being made from
hollow tile and which is to be some
22 feet in width and 62 feet in
length. Mr. J. A. Scotten is having
the matter in charge of he building.
The lumber company of Banning and
Nickles is furnishing the materials.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Brendel enter
tained at a six o'clock dinner last
Monday evening in honor of Mrs. J.
V. Bates of Rising City, who was in
Murray for the past few days the
guest of her eister. Mrs. J. F. Bren
del. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Brendel and
their son Richard were also guests
at tha dinner at which all enjoyed
a most pleasant evening.
Marland. the twelve year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hoback of
south of Nehawka was taken to the
hospital at Omaha where he under
went an operation for the removal
of a mastoid process which had
grown one side of his head. The op
eration was one of much pain and
delicacy but the young man is get
ting along nicely since the operation.
Dr. J. F. and Mrs. Brendel and
their little son Richard, were visi
tors at Lincoln last Sunday being
called there by the illness of Mrs.
Jamison, the mother of Mrs. Bren
del. H'hom they found very sick but
since has shown some improvement.
Mr. J. -H. Hatcher and daughter.
Laurene. accompanied them as far
lias Havelock where they visited for
the clay at the home at Mrs. Vera
Make out your list of the things you need from our speci!"
Saturday bargains. No matter if it is small or large it will re
ceive good service, and co-operation in helping yon to save,
in quality and price.
100-lb. sack pure granulated sngar $6.75
5-1 b. sack oatmeal -25
10-lb. best chick feed 35
4-lb. sack Gooch best pancake flour 35
2- lb. Iten's pure sugar cookies 35
3 cans No. sliced pineapple 1 00
2 packages fresh dates, large tize 25
3- lb. fancy blend Monarch coffee 1.00
Genuine Santos Peaberry, per lb, 25
Bulk macaroni, per lb - 10
Fancy, white dried apples, per lb .25
Seedless raisins, large clean stock, per lb 25
3 bars Palm Olive soap .25
3 bars Creme Oil toilet soap '. . . .25
20 bars Palm, Olive Co. Galvanic soap 1 CO
Gallon cans solid pack loganberries 90
Gallon cans apricots 25
SPECIAL NOTICE Mrs. Gapen's Fresh Baked Bread
and Cakes Wednesday and Saturday!
L 1 Soennichscn & Oi
Telephone No. 12.
Single comb Rhode Island Red.
large type dark red. $1.50 each. Call
phono 1C. tf-w
MRS. S. OLDHAM,
Murrey Library Doing, Nicely
Seme time since the Murray li
brary association was organized and
since that time the members of the
The deceased lady has been in
roor health since rast August and
for the last week had been in very
serious condition, due to heart trou
ble and gradually sank gently to
rest to awaken no more upon this
There have been no definite fun
eral arrangements made as yet un
til word is received from all cf the
family but it is thought that it will
be held Saturday.
In the loss of the kind and loving
mother the family wil have the sym
pathy of a host of friends over Cass
county and with whom the Journal
joins in the condolences over the loss
that has been visited on the family
GEEEN BUSS SERVICE
. Our Green Bus leaves your town
three times daily to Nebraska City
and Omaha. If you want us to main
tain thU service, patronize it. We
will appreciate vour patronage.
H P TRANSFER CO.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Reo speed wuiron, see or telephone
Rav G. McMaktn. tf-d
If you wart good printing let nt j
do your work. Best equipped job
"shop in southeastern Nebrask
Advertising is printed salesman
ship generalized sufficiently to carry
appeal to the varied class of readers.
Does your ad come within these requirements?
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
MURRAY STATE BANK
of Murray, Nebr.
Charter No. 578 in the Staff of Ne
braska at the close of business
March 2ith. 1922.
organization have been working for.
the best interests of the library as-1 RESOURCES
sociation and the community of Loan. ami iiisi-uunts. i8.l9.2o
which Murray is the center. They fVf1rafls
have given plays and suppers and .TiaimV inciidinK aii
have realized a considerable of pro-i eovprtimmt bonds
fit on this entertainment besides the Baniro? house, furniture and
sale of the sale of the building which ' oSwi'.'tai;;" ami
they have at "this time they owed interest paid
about ninety dollars for the rent of Cash items
the building w-hich they had been aVeanks'ls r.2.0s2.u
u; iuk ana paia lor me ounaing sume checks and items
$800. They have been whittling the of exchange ... j. .
indettedness until at this time they lTTtn
owe only $303. 40 on the 'building. sViver." nkkVts' "ami
Here is appended a state of the re- cent
ceipts and disbursements during the' fi ,
calendar year of 1921. The original , total,
note .given at the time of the pur-1
the interest there -was paid $300.00 simin fund s.'ooo.'oo
and which now leaves at the first t-ndivided profits 2.960.89
of January $303.46. I InLdAia,o T'enuttii 1-1 11
RECEIPTS FROM ALL SOURCRs' xVeVueii 11M"i n
Ballance Jan. 1. 1921 $328.00 deposit 126.29.T72
Sold 4 shares, at $5 20.00 . CaKiiJer'i. chec k
. . . , 0 r- . I outstanding 2.SR6.22 40,S1.U.
itec U rrom suppers 010. tt ,,. . vt;onl and State
Notes and bills redisi-ounted none
Kills payable none
1 t th - i t rt-'2 erii ; r:i ntv fi!Til IHOTil
10.00, TOTAL S266.442.4i
lYJany Peploare Building!
More are contemplat;ng building. Don't wait to long.
Have us put in an estimate on the building -which you want
done. We will be pleased to serve yon.
J. A. SQOTTEH, Contractor
From Com. Club
Dep. at bank (by unknown)
From Heme Guards
State of Nebraska 1
Puis &. Gansemer 2.84
V.. H. Puis 5.20
Alfred Gansemer 10.50
W. E. Jen kii(s on note
Hiatt & Tutt 2.4 6
IV. K. Jenkins, not Mar. 27 100.00
VT. E. Jenkins, note Apr. 20 100.00
Insurance on building 10.70
R. Kennedv for labor 6.00
Mrs. W. Marsh, labor
Librarian Apr. 27
County of Cass J
I, W. ltoi ilfkc r, I'resident of the
above named bank do hereby swear
that the above statement is a correct
and true copv of the report made to
tOO 00 the State Bureau of Banking.
. V. 1 W I. 1.. V I .1 1 I ,
PRKI) L. NT'TZMAN. Iirector.
LKOXA BOKDEKEli. 'Director.
Give tbe Hens a Chance!
Ktll the mites and other vermin. We have the solution.
The Disinfectant, the White Wash and the Lice Killer.
We would like to tell all about it '
Banning & InSickles,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 2Sth day of March. 1922.
W. A. ROBKItTSON.
(Stal) Notary Public.
Librarian June 29 12.00
(My commission expires Aug. 10, 1S2T) j
Are Decorating the Church
The Ladies Aid society of the
Christian church are having both
the interior and exterior of the edi
fices refinished. The interior is be
ing painted ""and varnished and the
floor refinished which will make the
church house a place of beauty and
a most pleasant place in which to
hold services. The outside will also
be painted in pure whdte which will
add much to the locality in which
the house stands. Mr. Jesse Cham
bers is 'doing the work.
Fencing for Sale
120 rods of four foot woven wire
fencing, also one iron pump. 25 feet
of pipe. All in good condition. One
mile east and one mile north of Mur
ray. Guy Murray. m9-2w.
Librarian Sept 1 5.00
Hiatt & Tutt 5.33
W. E. Jenkins on note 100.00
Librarian Dec. 15 9.00
Paid for books IS. 4 0
Bill at Drugstore 1-75
Bill at hardware store 5.65 ..
LOCATED AT MURRAY 4.
Total paid out $768.83 f
Am't in bank. Jan. 1, 1922- 52.14 f
Call at the Journal ofiice for finely
gift stationery, in both large and S.
. Specialist on Swine and
DR. C. L. TAYLOR
YilI receive calls at resi
dence. Murray. Phone No. 50
We have a large 2-ton G. M. C. truck
which is equipped for hauling Cattle,
Hogs, Sheep, Grain, Household Goods,
and in fact anything that can be hauled
WE CAN HAUL IT
Our prices are reasonable One trial viil prove it!
CALL MURRAY PHONE
Ship Four Loads of Hogs
Messrs. A. F. Boedeker and E. J.
Boedeker shipped two car loads of.
hogs to the South Omaha market J
last Tuesday afternoon. Messrs. Geo. ;
Shields and Geo. Edmisten shipped
a car load -also, while another load'
was made up by shipments of J. B. !
Seyboldt and son Wm. and Guy:
Mrs. . L. Johnson Answers Call
For some time Mrs. G. W. Mc
cracken and little daughter, Eliza-
i beth, have been at Orient, Iowa,
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 lias 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. r Do not
neglect to settle these accounts as I want to close the
FONT T. WILSON,
MURRAY -:- -:- NEBRASKA
Specials Next Week!
We arc offering some very interesting prices on
our farm machinery, household equipment and other
things, which are needed in the home. Pressure of
business prevented us from publishing a list of what
we are offering at some very special rates.
Watch this space in the next issue and see some
prices which will be money savers to you all.
Peterson Hardware Co.
E. L. PETERSON, Manager
MURRAY -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
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