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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1918)
THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1918.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
' . "Tcwo-aw aro n mi i. i i n H4H4'"I-C"H"H''II L ' ' " I
Prepared in the Interest of the People
We take pride in the way
our bank is run. Our deposi
tors include the biggest men in .
Each individual account is
given special attention.
We are opening new ac
counts daily. Come in and talk
over your banking with us. Our
officers will be glad to meet
It is the man with cash in
bank whose voice is heard.
Checking and savings accounts.
Four per cent interest on time deposits.
Our deposits are protected by the State Guaranty Law.
For Sale: Five Duroc boars
ham Stock Farm.
For Sale or Kent ?Iy seven room county seat Monday,
".'resilience in Mtn'ray. Mrs. J. W. ; Miss Mary Metz, of Talmage, ar
Ilerirer rived in Murray this week for a visit
', A. L. I.sker made a trip to Platts-
mouth Wednesday evening for a lew
hours visit with county seat friends.
, . Miss Opha Baker returned to her
t school studies in Lincoln Tuesday af
t ter having spent the holiday season
"with home folks.
' Mrs. Kd. 1utz caine down from
Plattsmouth Wednesday of this week,
and spent the day, with her sister,
:JWrs. L. 1). lliatt.
, , Miss Marie Davis, who is teac hing
...school in the western part of the
state, is spending her Christinas va
cation with home folks.
Credo Harris was considerably
, bruised up down at Union' a few days
ago, when an automobile backed in
to him, while standing on the street,
He might have been very seriously
injured, but fortunately he came
out with only a few bruises.
C'rede Harris has been very sick for
the past few day?, suffering with a
severe attack of neuralgia, that
j.dacneiMm in a very dangerous con-
is -V're -W6 CCfl ..tMlnna r, r. that ho
J.. ?,...' , . , . , red to his lornier
if : ''. ymmi'MiUy a g'U
re. Va dv
f- ive xDei
,d wit?.R-d'P'"tir or-near.
("V1 t-ntrr UTITT
' ,f?AL- CTION 0
OR NO PAY!
Tbe United States Government urges you to pay cash. Mail or
. i n nav cash. Credit nlans make you pay
. rMcr-; f j i: 1 1 ri tvm.
TTirl von l)uv more not iiiuming "i yaj-uo-j. mv
M l and watch all prices. Don't let out of town
concerns" bait you with a few
n every dollar spent vnxa u.
enrf T A T n
hoioe sweet corn
TILL'"';'-S- - "'' 1
.Uoes, No. :.J size, per e.iw
..-.ifkod ncas, .o. z
l.rle t -, r..,f.Vi.tre
- fjatmoai io
-1 e corn iuii
b White, Flake
oilet soap, per
m. all can
J Kirk o
I Pink sr.ln7
li-.-ii salnion, ,L 1 1 can
- lbs. best Marigogipe coffee
Fancy Santos Peaberrv coffee, per lb
Fancy Santos Peaberry coffee,
Oni-half pound bitter chocolate
Best larue head rice. 2 lbs. for
Our Cash Plan Will Save You
Spent for Ycur Year s Living.
Hiatt & Tutt5
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VJURRAY, : :
of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
Mr. Oilmen was
I some matters of business
with her. sister, Mrs. Cecil Pettit.
Mrs. Frank Gcbelman, of Platts
mouth was in Murray last Thursday,
a guest at tile home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. I), lliatt.
Mrs. Pettit. of Taimage, who has
been here visiting with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Cecil Pettit, returned to
her home Monday.
Pen Dill drove to Plattsmoutli
Wednesday, where be spent a "few
hours in business and visiting with
county seat friends. He wasa pleas
ant caller at the Journal ofhee.
Misses Jessie Barrows and Mas
Loughridge were down from Lincoln
to spend the holiday season with
home folks, returning to their stud
ies in the capital city last Sunday.
The dance given at the Puis &
Gansemer hall last Tuesday evening
was well attended, and everybody
present seemed to have xa most en
joyable time. There were several
auto loads down from- Plattsmoutli.
The management have announced
another dance at this hall on Jan
Grandpa Hiatt has been very sick
for the past few days, and at times
his condition was considered quite
serious. His daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Cole, from Weeping Water,
'and son Dorian and wife, from
the central part of the state, were
called to his bedside dirVing the past
lew days, aving to his serious ill
ness. From long illness and advanc
ed age this excellent old gentleman
is in a very weakened condition, and
no signs olf permanent improvement
have appeared up to the present
specials. We can save you money
per can ,
size, per can
White or Crystal White
5 lbs. for 1.3Q.
Mighty Big Interest on the Money
Creed Harris is reported some
better this week.
Mrs. II. C. Creamer has been listed
among the sick for the past few
Miss Margaret Moon was a pass
enger to Plattsmonth last Saturday
Oscar Shrader . was transacting
business in Plattsmoutli last Satur-
France Pace and family were
Christmas visitors with friends in
H. C. Creamer shipped a car load
of stock to the South Omaha market
Miss Bertha Nickels and guests
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swimford were
Omaha visitors Tuesday.
Miss Ida Good went to Oak Grove, j
Mo., a few days ago where she will j
make a visit with friends.
T. J. Crunk, who has been visiting
with A. D. Crunk departed for his
home in Missouri last Friday.
George E. Nickels and Miss Ger
trude Long were guests at the home
of Wm. Nickels last Tuesday.
Dr. H. F. Brendel was looking after
some matters of business in the coun
ty seat Wednesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crunk are re
joicing over the arrival of a line
little daughter at their home a few
! days ago.
Uncle George Shrader was quite
seriously ill for several days last
week, but we are pleased to state
that he is much better at this time.
From Crosser, who has been here
for some time visiting with his
grandfather, R. R. Nickels and fam
ily, departed a few days ago for his
home in Wood Kiver.
Mrs. Henrietta Simpson of Cali
fornia, who has been here for the
past three months, visiting with her
brother, Wm. Nickels, departed a few
days ago for Kansas City, where she
will make an extended visit with
relatives. . -
Mr. and Mrs. John Farris enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Tutt, Mrs. Kennedy
and Mrs. Royal last Thursday even
ing. Mrs: Farris; served delightful
luncheon that added very much to
the pleasure of the evening.
Robt. Young, whom we reported
-1 Fr.il- l..nl-v nn, r. l. .. 1 1 I
return home from the Omaha hos -
pital for Christmas dinner, was dis -
appointed. We have been informed
that some of the relatives went to
tne city alter mm, but the doctor
would not permit him to return home
yet, and may not for some time.
T i 1 1 an lino fx-u-vvi .. iV i ...
. ...vncw. uct-n Buiicuus
Irom a severely burned hand for the
past few days, brought on in a very
peculiar accidental manner. He had
previously received a minor injury
on that member, and the same was
bandaged with cloth quite heavily
saturated with turpentine, and in at
tempting to ignite a fire he caught
those bandages on -lire. The burns
received were very severe and deep.
and will no doubt lay him
There was quite a number of rela
tives aiid friends gathered at the
pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Todd, south of Murray, for New
Year's dinner, and to enjoy the day
at this, one of the most beautiful
farm homes in all Cass county.
There were nearly fifty plates set for
I dinner, and we will wager a very
valuable prize that it was, as the
lift 1 Iimv M-rntlrl c;ii, . 1 : ,
I It was a most pleasant day for all
tnose iavorea with an invitation to
Notice to Our Readers.
Owing to suffering with a severe
cold, yc publisher was considered on
the sick list this week, and we were ,
unaoie to inaice our regular trip to
Murray. By telephone we thought
we had gauied a few items that would
be mailed to us, but only one arrived,
so our Murray page will be rather
slim th'-ts week. We have irainorl a
few items from some of our friends
visiting in the city from Murray dur
ing the day. We hope to be with our
Murray friends again next week.
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS.
The M. W. A. will hold their in
stallation of. officers Thursday even
ing, Jan. J.0th, at their hall in
Murray, Neb. All members are re
quested to be present. Refreshments
will be served.. '
y HOGS ON THE SHARE We
'I will put out a few pure bred
Duroc-Jersey sows on shares. !
Oldham Stock Farm, Murray.
I I 9 4 MUKDOCK. 4
Itapyof the readers of the
Journal know of any social
event or Item of Interest in
this vicinity, and will mall
same to this office, it will ap
pear under this headintr. We
w ant ail news item Editob
Charley Creamer is among the sick
Robert Good and Gus Pullen were
Plattsmouth visitors last Saturday.
Walter Swimford and family who
have been visiting with Robert
Nickels and relatives !eft for their
home at Iola, Kansas, last Wednes
Dr. J. B. Jackson went to Omaha
New Years morning and returned by
the Burlington to Plattsmouth just
after dinner. He came on home by
auto, getting here before o o'clock.
Mr Jackson is indebted to Mr. Oli
ver, who lives west of Murray, for
the auto ride.
Christmas morning, Dr. J. R. Jack
son, who is an osteopathic physician,
located at Brookings, S. D., arrived
for a holiday visit with his parents
at the United Presbyterian parson
age, lie lest inursuay morning to
visit the instructor in the balloon
school at Fort Omaha, a close per
sonal friend, who has since been or
dered to France. From Omaha, Dr
Jackson went over to Red Oak to
see his sister, the wife of Rev. Wil
United Presbjterian Notes.
SaTJhath school at 10:00 next Sab
bath and sermon by the pastor at
11:00. Union service in the evening
at which Rev. D. L. Hughes of the
Christian church will preach.
Christmas evening Dr. and Mrs
Jackson entertained the young peo
pie of the United Presbyterian church
at the parsonage. The evening war
sp?nt very pleasantly.
The "White Gift" service of the
United Presbyterian Sabbath schoo
Christmas eve brought an offering
of over $iG.OO which has been for
warded for the use of the War Ser
vice ccnimissiqn of the denomina
tion ministering to the sohliers.
PULS & GANSEMKU HALL
Music by the Desdundes Col
ored Orchestra of Omaha.
MURRAY DANCING CLUB
You know the good time
that will be in store for you,
so do not fail to come.
WILL CONSULT A SPECIALIST.
From Momli-y's Iitlj:
I This morning Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Warren departed for Omaha, taking
with them their little son Allen, who
has been, sick, and it has been with
difficulty that the local physician i
diagnosing the case. Feeling that the
opinion of a specialist would be of
benefit in the case they are with their
physician taking the. little one there
for examination and advice.
A BOUNCING BOY OUT WEST.
From Monday's Daily.
Last evening Mrs. J. C. Petersen
departed for the west, where she will
go to Patronia, Colorado, to visit a
the home of their daughter Mrs
Edmond Spies and husband, but the
thing which is calling her to the lane
of the sunset, is that there has ar
rived in that household, a little fel
low, who will make his home with
the happy Spies family, and who has
sent word for Grandmother Petersen
to come out and see him. Grand
father J. C. Petersen , could hardly
keep from making the trip too, but
being so busy with the affairs here
he has deferred going for the pres
ent. MAKES SHORT VISIT.
j Last 'Saturday evening Carl Cun
ningham who is .teaching at Distrlc
Vnmw ti ,. t,,v.i. it. i, ,.r
Wabash and his friends Henrv Neut
er drove over to Plattsmouth, where
Mr. Renter had some matters to look
after at the court house, and Mr.
Cunningham stopped with his par
ent's Geo. B. Cunningham, south of
this city over Sunday, going back to
his school Sunday, afternoon.
The famous Rand-McNally war
maps will nowjbe found on sale at
The Journal office. ''These maps
show all the big battle lines, on a
large scale so that you can easily
trace where all the big battles are
being held. We have maps of the
whole western front, also the Brit
ish front, the French front, and the
Italian front. They are 25c each.
Get them at the Journal office.
Mr. Idd Hornbeck spent Sunday
John Kruegcr is spending several
weeKS in AiuruocK.
Mr. Rodger Reeve spent the fore
part of the week with his parents.
Miss Louise Schoviland spent last
Tuesday and Thursday in Murdock.
A skating party was enjoyed New-
Years eve by a party of high school
Miss Tillie Bornemeier' gave a
New Years party to a number ot
Conrad Bumgartner, Herbert Stroy
and Clara Stroy returned to Lin
Mr. Holfield, of Germantown, vis-
ted Christmas day with the Chas.
Miss Ruth Sorich spent several
uays with ner sister in Liincoin uur-
ng the past week.
Harry L. Jones and Leo Maguire
of Stratton, are spending the holidays
with relatives hero.
Misses Lottie Colby and Maude
Trautt returned Sunday after spend
ing the holidays in Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Borneimeier
are the proud parents of a nine pound
babv boy borii December U9th.
ML-s Anna Anigwert, of Lincoln
and Rose Anigwert, of Council Bluffs
pent Christmas with their parents.
Mrs. George llite, accompanied by
her mother and niece, all of Oak
land, Nebraska, visited over Sunday
The ovster supper given on New
Years night by the Royal Neighbors
was well attended and a very enjoy
able time was reported.
Mrs. Lena Lett and son. Kenneth,
returned to their home in Council
Bluff .s Salurd:
v, after spending the
Christmas season with home folks.
Mr. Walter Stohlman surprised
the people of Murdock by coining
home from the Naval Training camp
at Hampton Roads, on Monday. He
expects to return the 6th.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bakemeier, of
Elmwood, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bake
meier and family and Mr. Will
Bakemeier were entertained by Mr.
xnd Mrs. Louis Hornbeck New Years
Mr. and Mrs. Moomey returned on
Tuesday, accompanied by their
daughter, Mrs. Homer Hess, after
having spent several days at the
home of Mr. and Mr;;. Hess at Man-
The musical program given at the
M. E. church Sunday evening by
Rev. and Mrs. K. Harper and Mrs.
E. A. Rayner, was well attended and
a very interesting program was giv
en by these people.
The pupils of Miss Louise Schavi-
lanu s class in elocution win give a
recital at the M. E. church Satur
day, January 5th at S:00. Admis
sion 15 and 25 cents.
THE QUALITY OF OUR
ADDS REAL VALUE TO
' Murdock, Nebr.
BARGAINS IN USED FORDS
have several used Fords for
POLLOCK AUTO CO.
J. D. GRAVETT DOING NICELY.
W. E. Gravett departed this morn
ing for Council Bluffs, where he goes
to see his father J. I). Gravett, who
is in a hospital -at that place, recov
ering from an operation for the re
moval of one of his feet and legs be
low the knee, which was necessitated
on account of the injury he received
when the Northwestern train ran
over him a week or so since. Mr.
Gravett' says his father is geting
along nicely and especially consider
ing the age of the parent.
HAS MUCH BUSINESS
FOR COMING SPRING
James Rishel, who has been visit
ing in Plattsmouth lor the past s
eral days with relatives and friends,
departed this morning for his home
at Glenwood, Iowa, where he is look
ing alter some work at painting at
the institute. Mr. Rishel who has a
paint store at Glenwood, is a large
contractor in tho painting line, and
.has. some thousands of dollars
work contracted at this time for the
coming spring. He was saying to
the reporter of this paper that he
could use five painters the coming
season, and would be ready to open
up work early as he has now a large
amount of work which is inside.
We are now better prepared than ever before to
serve our customers during the
INCOME TAX TO
RETURNS MUST BE MADE AT
ONCE IS CLLECTOR'S NEW
SINGLE MEN ABOVE $1000 PAY
Itinerary Is Announced for Twenty
Three Field Agents Through
Have yon made your income tax
Well, as the poet says, "The soon
er, the quicker!"
Many Nebraskans may aot yet be
aware that they are amcng the 70,
000 people in this state who are sub
ject to a tax on their incomes. This
is because the new war income tax
law- reduced the amount of exempted
income in a more or less startling
degree. . .
Heretofore, if you were single,
j-our income was exempt from, tax
up to $3,000 a year. If you were
married you paid no tax unless your
income was over $4,000 a year. It's
War Tax Catches Many.
The war income tax is lev.'ed on
all incomes of unmarried persons
which exceed $1,000 a year, and up
on incomes of married persons in ex
cess of $2,000 per year.
To make , it read in every-day
terms, if your salarjr or income is
in excess of the following, you are
subject to the tax:
Shigle persons, $3.28 a working
day, $19.22 a week or $S3.33 a
It will pay you to keep your
eye on this space during
Puis & Gansemer,
I 1111 d I . A milrl
1 I . I ! Ill i f r- l other Ral Diseases ia a short time, without severe ut-
1 I LJ U - C fiica.1 operation. No Chloroform. Ether or other general
anasthetic used. A cure gtMranteeam every ease accepted
for treatment, and no money to Repaid until cored. Writefor book on Rectal Diseases, with same
a nd te jtimonia Is o f more than. 1000 prominen t people w ho have been permanently cured.
DR. E. IT. TARRY- 240 Deo Building OK3AIIA, ffEDRASKA
Dro. Mach G. r.lach, The Dentists
Tha largest and bct quippd dentil offie la Omaha. SpetfUltitJ ftm
ohrft)of all work. Lady attendant. Moderate Pricea. Porlato tEteSi,
Jujit like tooth. Intruaxat oarafully leriiuod alter usinf.
Send for nil cample of Baai-Pyor Pyorrhea Treatment.
Married persons, $6.56 a working
day, I3S.44 a week or $1G6.6G a
i Additional exemption is allowed
on the basis of $200 a year for each
dependent child under 18 years of
Get Blanks From Field Agents.
It is further explained that the tax
does not apply to the entire income,
but only to the excess amount over
the exemption in each case. A sin
gle person, for instance, on a salary
of $1,200 a year would pay the tax
Collector of Internal Revenue L'oo
mis explains that blank forma on
which the returns are to be made
may be secured from any one of the
field agents who will shortly visit
practically every city in the state on
a lour of instruction, or they may be
obtained by writing to the office of
Mr. Loomis here. -. ;
Many of the blanks already have
been mailed to persons who are
known to come under the provisions
of the act, but the failure to receive
a blank by mail Is no excuse for fail
ure to make the return.
March 1 Limit for Returns. .
The returns should be made at
once, and must be made not later
than March 1, as there is a stiff pen
alty for delinquency in making the
returfl. There is also an oven stiff er
penalty, including imprisonment, lor
false report of income.
Where both husband and wife have
independent incomes, each may
make the return, but if the income
of either is less than $1,000. but
their combined income is $2,000 or
more, a joint return should be rend
ered. It is expressly declared tbr when
a person's income con? 3 ex tly to
the amount exempted. $" "JO or
$2,000, a return must ' made, al
though the person will not have to
pay the tax.
Fistula-Pay When Cured
avatem of treatment that cures Pile. Fistula and
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