The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, July 06, 1922, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5
PLATTSMOUTH SEJI-WEEKLY JOUENAL PAGE FIVE THUBSDAY, JULY 6, 1922. Murray Department Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers If any of the readers of tbe Journal knoT of any tioclal event or item of interest In this Ttclntty. and will mail lime to this office. It will ap pear under tbla bpadin?. We want all newsitems Kditob i I i CORN IN STATE IS LOOKING GOOD IN ALL SECTIONS Building Your Wealth! A bank works for you night and day, -week after week, adding cents to your dollars. Little by little the amounts grow till each addition is a respectable sum. Where does the gain come from? Not from your pocket. Nor from ours. It is the result of production. Money placed in a bank is given an opportunity to work and to produce. Thus a bank BUILDS your wealth. Start with a small deposit if you will. Add to it when you can regularly if you can do so. It will not be long till you can fairly see it grow. Murray State Bank MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BEST SERVANT Open an Account with us today NOW! ilr. and Mrs. M. D. Brown, of Plattsmouth. were gue6ts at the Herder home in Murray for the Fourth. Thomas Hansen was a visitor in Plattsmouth last Tuesday, where he was looking after some business matter? for a short time. Mike Hvs. the efficient blacksmith closed his shop last Tuesday and was not come. You will be abundantly re paid for the effort in attending. Mrs. Joseph Mrasek, who has been visiting for some time past at the home of her father, Mr. Sam Kline, at Lamonl, Iowa, returned home a few days since and reports that things are looking very nicely over there. Mrs. Mrasek enjoyed the visit with the folks very nicely. Last Monday Alt Gansmer, mana ger of the Farmers elevator, shipped two car lod of very fine cattle to the South .Omaha market, and for which he received $9.55 per hundred and a very nice price considering that they cost less than six dollars per hundred to purchase the same. Miss Mia Gering, of Plattsmouth, who is a candidate for the position j of cotmty treasurer on the democrat ic ticket, and accompanied oy ner sister. Miss Barbara Gering, were in Murray the morning of the Fourth, Miss Mia getting acquainted with many of the voters of this little city. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hallis and j their babe. Miss Mary Margaret Walling of Plattsmouth who with 'Miss Eleanor McCarthy were guests of the Hallis family, and the Scotten children were all spending the af ternoon of the Fourth at the river east of Murray where they went to fish. W. B. Banning of Union and who sistant hostesses. All members of the society are urged to be in at- tendance. i Wheat in Southeastern Part of State f Hipening Well and Good Yield j Expected Corn Good. An excellent condition of corn, ; fair to poor condition of small grain ; j crops and potatoes particularly in Suffers Serious Accident 5 the southern half of the state, a , Mrs W T Milburn of Platts- 5nt second crop of alfalfa and more mouth who has 'been visiting at the than usual damage from hail are the ; leading features of the semi-monthly report or trie iseurasKa uepanmeni i of Agriculture and Bureau of Agri- j cultural Economics (formerly Bu-1 reau of Markets and Crop Esti-! ; mates ) . i The condition of corn is general l ly good throughout the state. The ! fields are free from weeds and in a , it n-i - ! good state of cultivation. The pre- ue" I01L u-crc xV. j liminary estimate of acreage will be! Our raspberries will soon be ripen-j made in the regular July report, ing. Better get your orders in. Mrs. : Considerable of the winter wheat II. C. Long. jl4-tfw in the southeastern quarter of the j state will make go;d yields in spite j Celebrates 62nd Eirthdav ! of 1115 early and rapid ripening of ! home of her son. Mr. Ernest Milburn, had the misfortune to nlip, fractur ing two of the hones cf one of her ankles. The doctor reduced the frac ture and returned the unfortunate lady to her home in Flattsmouth, where she is getting alonr as well as could he looked for. Harvest is Near! Just a few days away at most, and have you made reservation for your BINDING TWINE? This is im portant! Do not delay the matter of getting the neces sary twine fcr 3rour harvest, as it may be hard to get a little later. We carry both McCormick and Deering twine which we sell at right prices. If you are in need of a new binder, see our McCor mick, Deering and John Deere lines. Peterson Hardware Co. E. L. PETERSON, Manager MURRAY -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA at the Christian church given. A fine little girl is announced at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bev erage, having arrived on June 30th. Of course there is joy at the home ; is by the way candidate for the po?i and things look bright for the happy ' tion of state senator, was a visitor parents. ! in Murray, last Monday, coming up A. D. Rhoden who has just got-1 to consult with his partner. Mr. G. ten at the harvesting question, is ; E. Nickles, about some of the busi- running two binders, getting at it ness matters of the lumber comppny for the first on the Fourth. He has of which both gentlemen are inter- properly celebrated the Glorious i.'mirt i n r i ' tinmp in i miuMuuuiu. i iui iuc vu m; i Ernest Hinkle. the popular garage , seventy acre3 ana au ueaa ripe, anu.ectea. mm, after the press of business had! of a good quality. Mrs. James Kelsey, of near Shen- pasfed. went to Omaha, where he! J. W. Tilson and family spent thejandoj.h. Iowa, has been visitins for celebrated the Fourth during the I Fourth at the home of Thomas some days past at the home of her evening. Tilson, where the men folks put the sister, Mrs. Henry C. Long, and was j Gruter and wife, with their day in working in the harvest fields, accompanied by Mr. Kelsey. Mrs. ,1 ; n p- lnt s-.mdr.v: and the ladies visited and looked af- Walter Reese, another Fister. making 1 1 L II. V' A. . . " - . nt tbo i ri ri i nf Mr- Font Wilson SDent the aiternoon ins: at tne iong nome auring tne of the Fourth Propst. ft Union, and enjoyed tne visit very much Mrs. Fred Haller. who is in the , father hospital at Omaha, where she is re- i Murray. Mrs. Wilson and the child- ceiving treatment following ner op-iren were viiinug ui iu uuiue ui eration. is reported as doing very , B. Wilson near Otoe. nicely at this time ' John O'Banion, who makes his rni w P Vount otherwise Rex i home east of Murra5r- and who a few Young. who'isYcandidSeorUn- days since pudlj.: 4 th milestone t, cb-i TV -i napnEPr to Ween- ! reports that he has been plowing the ball game on the Fourth. oks like .igoroas age & Guy White was a business visitor visitor in Murray for a short time last Saturday at Omaha, where he ,Qt R.mflav mminer to see Mrs. was called, and during his absence KUleyt wno is visiting at the home ; Fourth at the home of his Jennie time. They all enjoyed a most , Mr. J. A. Wilson, east of j pleasant time. Mccracken, mother of Rex Young plowed corn for him that he might not lose any time with the crop. On account of the exceedingly heavy rain, which occurred on last Sunday afternoon, the Children's day program which was to be given Worth While Insuranco We are offering you worth-while insurance in whatever field you may desire. We are agent for the follow ing well known companies: of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hatchett, Mrs Hatchett being a cousin. Robert Troop and wife, accompan ied by Mrs. Mary Voodris and Mrs. N. A. Liest. of Plattsmouth, were in Murray last Sunday, coming to at tend the celebration of the C2nd birthday of Mr. D. C. Rhoden. Roy Howard and family and Fred Warner and family were spending the Fourth at the home of W. F. Warga, where a family reunion of the Warner family were gathered to visit together. A most pleasant time was had. Frank Good, who has been work ing in Omaha for some time past, came down last Saturday night and visited for over Sunday with rela- Equitable Life Ins. Co.. of Omaha; itjves and friends, and also remained American Old Line Life Ins. Co., of Lincoln; National Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn.; Slate Farmers' Ins. Co., of Omaha; The Home Ins. Co.. of New York; The Underwriters, of New York; National Automobile Ins. Co., of Lincoln; American Old Line Ins. Co., of Lincoln. We can also handle your real es tate both in cash sales and ex changes. B REND EL & KNLSS Heal Estate and Insurance MURRAY to celebrate the Fourth ' with the Murray people. Last Tuesday in order that all might have opportunity to enjoy the holiday the better, the business houses of Murray closed at ten o' clock, having remained open until then for the purpose of accommodat ing those who might desire to pur chase something. There will be a program given at the Sunday school at the Christian church this coming Sunday. All the membership especially are requested to be in attendance, and as many NEBRASKA' others as can make it convenient to Art Brighten up your home floors with these beautiful Art Rugs. Sizes to fit every space. They are lasting, easy to keep clean and inexpensive. 17x24 inch Art Rugs $ .30 18x36 24x36 24x54 36x54 36x72 .40 .50 .65 1.25 1.50 Congoleum Floor Coverings, 2 yards wide, per Sq. Yd. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR PRODUCE . 1. Soennichsen & Co., Telephone No. 12. Murray, Nebraska. Mrs. J. H our estimab'e druggist, who has been visiting at the home of her son, in Murray, departed a few days since for Omaha, where she is visiting for a while at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Cawkins. and was accom panied by little Elizabeth McCrack en for a visit with relatives and to spend the Fourth. On account of the poor health of Mrs. Joe Staska. they have moved back to the station, as she could not look after the care of the household of Mr. C. A. Trent, where they have been living for some time. Mr. Trent has secured Mrs. Beulah Wagner of near Abaline. Kansas, who with her two daughters are keeping house for Mr. Trent and little daughter. Following a dinner on the Fourth of July at the home of Mr. an?! Mrs. Wm. Seyboldt given for the relatives of Mrs. Seyboldt. Dr. J. F. Erendel. Dr. B. F. Brendel and families, T. J. Brendel and wife, they later went to Weeping Water, where they en joyed tbe ball game in the after noon. The members of the family enjoyed the occasion of the dinner very much. The Snipe Han Goes On The "Snipe Man." as he is known in Murray, and where he put in an eventful half week and who was taken to Plattsmouth by the authori ties, has moved on to Pacific Junc tion. Iowa. Here is Your Eargain Te?m of horses, good ones, wagon and top bugery. like new. Mower and hay rake. Will sell cheap for cash. Henry C. Long. tf. ' Business Firm Changed Eands The Fred Haller restaurant which has been in operation for the past few weeks, being conducted by Mr. Haller and wife, has been disposed of. Mr. B. A. Root, the owner of the building, getting the business. Mr. Root, who is well known in and abcut Murray, should make a good success of this business place. Eeturn the Jewelry or Suffer At the time of the death of Mrs. C. A. Trent, one present and we know who. took a LaValiere from my house, and the party is known. This was a keepsake which my beloved wife had given to her little daughter and if this is mailed to me within a week no questions will be asked; but in case it is not we will have the guilty party arrested, for we know who it was who took the necklace. If you want to get in clear, better be in a hurry about it. We are not going to wait long. C. A. TRENT. J6-2T. Murray, Nebr. Mr. Seyboldt Still Very Weak Our bid time friend, Mr. J. B. Sey boldt. who is nt the hospital in Oma ha and where he has underwent four very severe operations, is still feel ing very poorly and showing much resistance to the malady which has enthralled him. His many friends would greatly desire his recovery. Good Bull For Sale Also two good registered brood sows'to farrow about August first. Fred Beverage, Murray, Nebr. j29-2tw Mrs. A. F. P-hoden very uniquely managed a surprise on the father of h?r husband. D. C. Rhoden. which was celebrated last Punday at what i.; known as the I. C. Rhoden rrove on the form where his son Kelly Rhoden li ves north v.-est of Murray. Invitation had been bent to the rel atives cf Mr. Rhoden notifying them of the approaching anniversary, and of tbe proposed ce'-.'brstion, which v.a3 to occur on list Funday. and of tbe grain. Counties bordering the Missouri river and the Platte river west to Platte and Polk counties have the best yields. South and west of these counties the percentage ot shriveled grain is greater. Hail dam age was greater than usual this years, some of the storni3 being very extensive. The percentage of shriveled grain is greatest in central, south central and southwestern Nebraska. While some of the counties within this area me picnic nicu u ana h air! d wheat cro othors suggesting the bringing of wCll laden surercd sevore dama?e from the pre fc?fois for the oecasion. . : mature ripening of the grain. the Fhade of the large trees of the wheat and oats, particularly early grove, end accommodated nearly one oat in the southern half Gf the hundred who were present. ! &tate is very severc. The northern i.rocon ks oeen m poor half of the state fared better altho health for some time, and this cheer- sonie irjury is evident. South cen ed the Murray townsman greatly. 1 tral Nebraska replaced considerable resides the snmpMous dinner that of the abandoned winter wheat with was served m the rrove, a very 1e-,harley) oats and some spring wheat Hghtful program v. as given at the all of wnich suffered Bevere damage, home of Mr. and Mr-;. A. D. Rhoden j The earijest potatoes in the south jn?t across the way. Tuere were ern nalf of the state are badly dam-ninety-cne at the tables when the agred as tbe drouth and high temper dinner was sarved and the following tUures canie at the critical time. The were those wl o were present and later plantings and the crop in the made merry on the happy event of northern half of the state are in tbe pacing of tbe sixty-second mileifairiv god condition at present. The store of this cstimaliie gentleman: , cariv commercial potato crop in the D. C. Rhoden and wife. George Rhod-i p:carncv district is better than ex en pr.d wife. C"le Rhoden and wife j ,,ecied "and mav exceed last year's ii.:u .bu ci.nuicu, vjit-u ;w!uut!u ai:u shipments by hfty per cent. The second crop of alfalfa is very short in most of the counties. The raspberry civp was reduced consid erably by the drouth. Apples con tinue promising. The cherry crop was heavy throughout the state. wife and tv.o children. Alec Rhoden and wife r.nd five children. Keily Rhoden and wife end two children, Roy Rhoden and wife and four child ren of Eluiwood: Mrs. Clint Morrow, Modale, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Krewusoii. Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lloyd. Council Bluffs; j LECpAfcD WHICH ESCAPED Mr. and Mrs. George Lloyd. Omaha; j SHOW TOLLED EY BOY Miss Janet Lloyd, Omha; Miss Anna Aden. Omaha; Mr, and Mrs. Frank . , , , ' P.ead and two children, Mr. and Mrs. ! Fremont, Neb., July 2. The large Bob Troop. Mrs. Lulu Leist, Gien-! loPard bifh escaped from a circus wood, low.- ; Mrs. Woodrv. Mr. and : "hibitin? at Uehling Saturday and Mrs. William Troop and 'five child-' terrorized the countryside for miles rc-n. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Troop. Mr. ! ar?u?i!' as shot and killed less than and Mrs. Cissncv and child. Mr. and ! a hal,f mile from the place of its es Mr. Peck. Mrs.'Chamn'.in and three ! caPet Ia,re tfda-v by a young man. one childr-n, Dorothv and" Troop Lewis, j of the hundreds of farmers, business Mrs. W. L. Revnolds and daughters i nie.n and boys who had hunted the Ardith and Merelle. of Whitefish. j ani!1 all thru the night. Mr.-,t. -n.,. izr. !.. p,J While persons carefully remained er. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf. G. W. indoors las night unless they were Shra Ti the following numbers: Voral duet. "Pacific Shore" Ardith and Merelle Rej-nolds. der. May and Velma Shrader. " takinir part in the chase, they ap i? program rendered consisted cf . Parer-t had llttle f('aJ BP Lewiston Aid Society Meets The Lewiston Aid society met at the home of Mrs. Perry Nickles for an ail day meeting last Wednesday. June 2Sth. The forenoon was silent in quilting. At the noon hour a very elaborate luncheon was served, which was greatly enjoyed by the some thirty present. In the afternoon Miss Wilkins, the home agent, held the table service demonstration, in which all the la dies were greatly interested. Miss Wilkins will again meet with the ladies on July 27th for short cuts in sewing at the home of Mrs. Mary Wiley and daughter, Mrs. George Park. A NATION ON THE JOB FAEM LOANS Nebraska lands. 6 per cent inter est. No commission. Address W. A. C. Johnson. 20S So. 33 St., Omaha, Neb. Phone Harney 1C47. The day of hffrsh physics is gone. People want mild, easy laxatives. Doan's Regulets have satisfied thous ands. SOc at all drug stores. HONEY FOR SALE Fresh extracted honey in 5-pound pails, 21c per pound. James E. Warga, Tel. 3205. Jl-6td,2tw Journal want ads pay. Try them. MURRAY -J. LOCATED A T J Specialist on Swine and J Cattle Diseases DR. G. L. TAYLOR 4 Veterinarian Will receive calls at resi J dence, Murray. Phone No. 50 Czechoslavakia is essentially an exporting country. Its production of sugar, textiles, glass and b'r, to gether with its less important manu factures, have been an important factor in European industry and commerce for many decades. Appreciation of this situation has led to marked activity in the nego tiation of commercial treaties, and already Bohemian products are bt ing marketed under ngreements in Switz erland, Jugo-Slavia, Germany, Bul garia, France, Roumania, Italy, Aus tria, Poland and Spain. Similar arrangements are in the making with Great Britain, Den mark, Belgium, Holland, Greece, Norway, Hungary, Sweden and Port ugal, while there have been trade conversations with Russia. Czecr oslavakia can take care of herself. The world will watch with interest the progress of l-ss fortun ate Bister republics toward the real ization of their hopes. ..r.. .,....T. OLD FASHIONED DANCE PLATTSMOUTH, NEB. M. W. A. HALL Saturday evening. July 8th. Tbe same good music from Council Bluffs, la. Usual ad mission. Good time for all." Everybody Come 4- t The most exquisite line of birth day and rift cards to be found any where! At Journal office. by , : beast itself evident being fright ened by unaccustomed freedom and Reading. "St. Peter at the Gate," w l" "7"' I It v iianvtu ufi muic LUO.U fourteen square miles. by Julia Troop. Piano solo, by Maybelle Troop Reading, Mrs. Minnie Troop Vocal ro'.o, Dorothy Rhoden. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE i CTTrrTT TTTfiTTSATCTt TTT"TT- frT? ATTTS ARE ADMITTED i New York, July 1. The lid of the "melting pot" was tilted tonight as pIKKnY XlAlh HAWK ithe influx cf se-cn thousand immi- iiit'HIln I Ui (lit. Lrtl of Murray, Nebr. riiarter No. J7S in th-e State of Ne braska at t!:c close of L.sim-ss June 20th, 13. r.ESorncEs Loans and discounts Overdrafts l.itn't-ty lions Bar.kintr house, furniture and fixtures Current exi'ent-s, taxm and interest puitl I uie i rom National and StKte banks.. $ 51,413.50 Cbeik.s anu items of eschar.ge -4 4 ."." 7 Currotirv H.r.M.o Oki coin 1,010.00 Silver, nickels and cents grants to the United States started The beginning of the new immi grant year was marked by mad races of steamships. Under the law only three per cent of any country's na tionals now in the United States may be admitted in any one month. Lines violating the quota must pay S2 00 for each escese immigrant, re fund the passage charge to the Unit- 1'''.74 ! pH States anrl nrovide home riassatre ,:'"110 ! free. Ellis Island authorities admit 4 37S oo ! those who arrive first until the quota is filled. b . o 5 i . 0 4 j T'io cryri 1 1 ocr t5 vc, 1 t-v n-n c riit tiro An rhips bringing Greeks. It was thot that at least 200 Greeks would have i to be returned. $2)2,r.4t.r.. B A e The excellent business which has come to us, and are assured that it has been because of the very close prices at which we have sold our merchandise and the cour teous treatment which we have extended to the public. Remember we are here to serve you to the best, and are willing to do our best in this line. The service store that serves the best. l7ilson S Ms MURRAY 9 NEBRASKA 412.14 r.'3.!C1.71 TOTAL $274,S7.0i) LIABILITIES , . .$ ir,.nof).Hi a.liii'i.Ou Capital fftoe!: paid in.. Surplus fumi Undivided profits lniivtiual deposits .subject to cliet k. .$101,762.3? Time certificates of deposit 141.2S9.47 Cashier! checks outstanding 1,174. 24t,227.81 Due to National and State banks none Ntes and biii.s rediscounied none T'ills tiavabio none Depositors guaranty fund. TOTAL $274,873.09 TKICK OF PASTES ; of Nebraska 1 nty of Cass J ss. State Cou I, Y O. F.oedeker, President of the above named bank do hereby swear tliat th.e above statement is a correct and true copy of the report made to the State Bureau of Banfcinsr. W. G. BOEDKKEH, Attest: 1'resident. I'r:i:r L. NTTZMAX, Pircctor. LEOXA EOKDEKEil, Director. Frank M. Davis, a Chicago post office inspector, ran across a letter that offered "Genuine Canadian rye. ?8 a quart. Only a limted supply.; Sent by registered mail." of rye grain. The two ambitious who sent the letter in custody, charged with using the mails to defraud, must be pray- 2,C5i'.N2 inS that the jury will have a sense of humor. This is the "best graft" since the fakirs who advertised a genuine steel ! engraving of George Washington for $u and filled orders with two-cent j stamps. Clever brains like these could get rich quickly in legitimate pursuits. Unfortunately, they are too impatient. Aid Society Will Meet The Aid society of the Christian church will meet at the home of Mrs. D. A. Young, northeast of Mur ray, on Wednesday, July 12th, which time there w for the society. There will also be a program. Mrs. B the leader. Mrs hostess, will be ass Guy White and A. A. Young as as-: nal OSice. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th dav ot July, 1922. J. M. PALME Ft. (Seal) Notary Public. For croup or sore throat, use Dr. The Same Everywhere. The editor of Paisa Akhbar, a na tive newspaper of Lahore, India, says. "I have used Chamberlain's colic and July 12th. at jThcmns-Eclectic Otl. Two si.es. oOc Diarrhoea Remed y many times among ?JL win"iliand C0C" At &11 dr"5 StrCS- I mr children and servants, for colif !. F. Brendel being) Books! SGOks; Books! We have ' eS . D. A. oung. the . Y ssisted by Mesdames ' J00 can 1 ltst at tliS fiar" ! and diarrhoea and always found it ective." Weyrich & Hadraba Threshing Coal! Did you ever think about your threshing coal? You all know the coal strike makes it impossible to buy any coal from the mines, but we were fortunate to have our bins filled before the strike. We handle the Franklin county nut coal, which can not be beat for threshing coal. - Our prices are right. Better look after your needs before it is all gone, as our supply will not take care of all our customers. Phone: Office, 19 Residence, 51 Farmers Elevator Company MURRAY NEBRASKA istula-Pay When Cnrd Blank books at the Journal Office. Btl4 system f trtmat thai eara ntnla ui thr HcUJ VnwMmm la i ttm. wttbtal Tar rurelcai epratto. N Cblorafortn. Ktbar or other ceneraJ uMUitM A nrt rurun4 la vry ras aeeapted for treatmnt. and do mooar I aa Pud antil rand. Write for book on RvctaJ Piaeaaea, nunn and titlniilM af mora than 1.00 pmmlnem people who hare hca r-ermRTieTitly ruw) Dat. JL K. TAESX, BnuXvtam, Prt-r Trot Bid. (Be B.d.). OMAHA.