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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1919)
THURSDAY. MARCH 6. 1919.
l f TSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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'repircdinit.fi Interest of the 'eoj. of Murray and Surroucdin? Vicinity Especially for the Journal Headers
K iryof the rf-aders of tbe
Journal t-.nor- of iny social
event or ileal of un rest in
this vicinity, and will mail
lime to thi office, ii. will ap
pear under this heading, fte
want aJlnewsitoms Edttob
n SLIPPED ONE OVER
ON HOME FOLKS
Edward .Lutz, Jr., and Miss Alice
Gobleman United in Marriage
, at Kavelock Last Week
MUST 8E PAID BY
We are new ready to assist all our patrons in mak
ing out their schedules.
its i rra
If you are in need of Shoes it will pay you to come
in and look over our stock, as we have ihe largest stock
of Shoes we ever carried to select from and at prices
that will interest you.
We are also receiving our
Percales and Calicos,
which will soon be ready for your inspection.
ALFRED GANSEMER, Murray, Neb.
he Servsee S
Wanted I 'as lure for throe
f.f felts. Oldhar.i Slink Farm.
t'Laa. Kauliii', c 1" !'ni"!i. was visit
in;r with Murray lrumis last Sun
day. For Sale or Kent. My seven room
cottage re.-i.lcnre in Murray. Mrs.
J. . Berc-r.
Duyer Todd bought four lie;ul of
liort.es at the sale in PluttMiicuth
R. L. Prop!, of IMatu-'.nouth. w;u
attci!uia?r to tcrve matters of bu.A
n -sr. in M array o:i Monday of this
Ja:ui-s TiLson departed for tin.
Mate, of Virginia Saturday, where
lie will xi-ix with his hoy heed
friends and relatives- for a ff v weeks.
Mr. YaTice Tod I and wife relurr
ed Monday from Nebraska City, at
which place they had been vuitiii;;
with friends for the past week.
Misr- Clara Young came down from
i'iattsc.'uiit h Saturday evening
spent Sunday at the home of her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1. A. Voting.
Charles Kenm-dv. who recently re
turned from the army, departed for,
Kocalie. Nebraska, where he will
visit for some time with his friend,
Arthur Baker, the- enial clerk at
the Gansemer siore. was in Omaha
Monday and Tuesday, taking in the
r.ood things ottered by the Wholesal
ers' Mai k( t Week.
Leonard Terryherry. the I'latts
moiith auto man. was in Murray on
Tuesday t-haking hands with his
many friends and ai tending to some
matters of business as well.
Miss o!c;t Mi n ford went to I'latis
niotitt Tuesday evening to visit her
friend. Miss Clara Young, and tons
the early morning train to Omaha
on Wednesday, where she spent the
Mr. Anderson Iavis has been quite
iuorly for the past few days.
Mrs. T. F. Jameson visited at Dr.
J. F. Brendel's Tuesday night.
Dr. and Mrs. Will Brendel. of
Avoea. visited in Murray on Sunday
Ern Carroll and family are spend
ing h feA- days at the Charles Car
roll home in Murray. !
Carter Albin. of near Fnion. and
o we'! known to Murray folks, is
ieported to be very i'l at his home. :
James tlv. rhart and wife were visi
sory iii Plat tsinoiit h over Sunday at
the hoVie of Mrs. Earliart's parents.
Don't forget the roads and don't
forget tiiat they nee smoothing up
;.s soon as tne weamer win permu.
Mr. Klrod. the sueeessful horse
trainer, who broke so many young
animals here List year, again is in
the field in the same capacity.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Root departed
Tin re w ill be another sr. j, per serv
ed at the library e:i :;et Saturday
evening, and each Saturday evening
for file next few wieks. Make ar-ran-euients
to come and you will
always find a pood meal.
11: il ip Lamlert. the painter and
decorator, is busy
the building fori
the .Murray Hardware Co.. by paint
una, .'uinrilnv for York. Nebraska, where
they will spend a couple of weeks
iiu;:g with Mr. Hoot's son. who is
a physician in the town of York.
Marshall Dawson, of Iiuliiver. Mo.,
accompanied by his friend. Ernest
Wells, arrived in Murray Wednes
day and will en .sage in farm work
in this vicinity the coming season.
Col. Rex Young departed Wednes
day for Antelope county, Nebraska.
vhere he will conduct two sales. As
?n auctioneer. Mr. Young has gain-
d a state wide reputation.
Dr. D. F. Urendel and Mrs. Win.
.'eybolt will entertain the Ladies
Aid society on Wednesday afternoon.
larch 12th. at th ' home of the
former. Every member should be in
Mrs. Ona Law ton lias accepted a
;osiiion as nurse in a hospital at
llrand Island, and u parted far there
on Monday, and will at once take
tp her duties, which she is so well
.iualiMtd to do.
John Mrasek. w ho is. a successful
farmer near I'rosselt. Oklahoma, has
eeu visiting with Lis brothers. Joe
:uid Frank for the vast two weeks
Mr. Mrasek was recently discharged
rmv and is still in the so'.-
Fintn Tuesday's laily.
During the tirst of last weVk. Ed
ward Lutz. Jr.. and Miss Alice d b
elman. of near Fnion. slipped away
from the "Maddening Crowd" and
went to Havelock. where they were
united in marriage by !;c minister
of the Christian church of thai place. 1
They were in no hurry to return
bc:iie. but have been vi. itii'g with.
frkiuis there and arrived home last,
: Friday, when they casually made the;
'fact of their marriage known to
their friends here. The young peo-
pie are vi.uting just now in the civy. j
being gue.lt- at the home of Mr. ;
Lutz's parents. E. P. Lutz and w ife, j
; and will aisu visit at the home of j
jMrs. Lutz's parents. Valentine Go-j
belnian, of near Fnion. They will;
i make their home on the farm just
west of the city, where they expect
to erect a new farm home in the
The Journal unites with the many
friends of this young couple in for
giving them for having slipped it
over so smoothly, and extending to
them best wishes of a happy and a
prosperous life together.
HOW ABOUT THAT NEW
THAT YOU HAVE LFfi PUTTING OFF
YOU MEED IT RIGHT KOW
and v;c want to tell you that wc hsvc a com
plete lino to r.elcat from. Come
in and zoo them!
Let uz tell yon hevy we can' save you some
money on all kinds of household furniture.
VICTORY LOAII MEASURE IS
SIGNED BY ?HES. WILSON
Wiiite China Ganders.
Oi'inam Stock Farm.
For Sal-. : A good work horse. Old
ham Stock Farm.
Mr. am! Mrs. Dick Fit man
Fb: 1 1 - ni.uit h vi-ilor;
t i :;oen.
.i ;-s . O. A. Davis ami Mrs
Tutt were Plattsmouth
Hi. -day afternoon.
j:; veil inur.-uay een-
,iiiui,tarv to .Mr. a U a .ir
, ii nee
Alber. Wheeler, who will soon move
b: 1 to their farm east of town,
was well attended. The many friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler regret very
much to bv-e them from town, and
will be more than pleased that they
are not far away.
The Missionary Society meets
with Mrs. Gilmcre. on Friday,
March 14th. Election or officers, so
do not fail to be present.
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. ISrendel enter
tained the different Preudei famil
ies at dinner last Sunday. Dr. and
j Mrs. Will Urendel, of Avoea. were
A number of the friends of Lloyd
Gaptn hnuled thfir goods to Plaits
mouth this week, where they were
ljaded out for Hitchcock county,
their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wiley enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gapen,
and Miss Villa. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Creamer and family. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Creamt'r and Mrs. Mira Mc
Donald at dinner last Sunday.
Through a recent quantity purchase, we are going
to offer a very special deal in plain white gold band
decoration set. This set comprises six saucers, six
cups, six dinner plates.
They won't last long at these prices, so get yours now.
tt I Utt
(ing and papering throughout
naratoiv to the moving in of
:iiew .Mim r Druu store,
i George McDauiel, of Piattsuiout'.i,
"I was a Murray visitor Friday ot last
v.!tk. ciTiiing down with a vi w t;
purchasing the blacksmith shop of
the present owner. However. no
i de:1 Is have been signed rp as yi t .
j Should Mr. McDauiel be able to lo
jcate in Murray, he would als; place
in stock a line of pump repairs and
'do this cl;:s of work as well.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rice moved to
thtir new home in Pint tmuuth this
week, where they purchased prop
erly some time ago, and ep.-ct to
make their future home. Mr. Rice
has been farming in this commun
ity for a great many years, and they
have a large circle of friends who
will regret very much to se1 them
move from their midst, but at the
same time glad to know that they
are still residents of Cass county.
Through some error the conceri
given by Yelma and George Woods
a the Puis hall Jast week was over
looked by the Journal reporter.
These talented voting people are de
serving of high praise in "their abil
ity as mu.-dcians. their rendition of
the clastic numbers, which were
gieii in artistic manner, showing
them to be real students in Ihe pro-
jfession which they have chosen. The
i entertainment w as much added to
j by the appearance of the reader. Mr.
jFrauble. whose numbers both hu
merous and dramatic, were excellent
'and showed this young man to pos
isess unusual talent along this line.
putting in fchape i from the
erly occupied by(dier uniform. He departed for hi
Earl Hathaway is home from the
aw. having been in the service for
; the past year ami a half, and hav
ing made four trips across sea. Al
though he enjoyed the life he says
he is very glad to once more turn
::is attention to the land and be at
home with his folks and friends.
Jake Meyer, of Weeping Water,
came over by truck bringing alor.s
a load of goods t- be placed in his
drug store here ami just as soon :i3
he building which is now undergo
ing some repairs, is ready for occu
PEincy. he will opeiuip for business.
Mr. Myers is much pleased with the
reception our citizens are extending
to him and we can see no reason
why he should not be given every
support which the five thousand dol
lar stock he will put in warrants.
200 rods of 2? year old hedge in
the tree. Inquire of K. A. Young,
Murray, Neb. 13-4tw
OPPONENTS OF LEAGUE
CRITICISED IN CAUSTIC
PHRASES BY WILSON
Washington. March :'..
Wilson tonight si-ned the
term notes ami providing .l,o"
'i.i. oea for the u.--e of the w;ir
nance corporation in ;.t inmlat ii.
the country's foreign commerce.
Box ppptr from 25c
the Journal office.
to $5.00 at.
for him a future
a hi ad liner.
Mesdames Jas. IJrown. ('has.
Spangler, (.'. M. Minford, H. C. Long,
J. A. Scott on and Pauline Oldham
I furnished the eats at tiie library
: last Saturday evening. AIT. Gar.ae-
mer furnished the coffee. Mr. Gan
semer has always been very liberal
in- furnish ing the coffee for all li
brary purposes. Somewhere in the
neighborhood of sixty-five ate at the
library, and as the result the treas
ury was helped to the amount of
$17. int. Everyone seemed glad to
get back to the old eating place,
where lio one has been at home since
( before the war, and it will take
Koine little time to get everything in
good running order7 again.
M. W. A. NOTICE
All members of the Murray Camp,
( M. V.". A. are requested to meet at
'the hall on Thursday evening. March
jlMth. to vote on
raisins the rates.
the ouestiou of
Bring in Your Batteries
We are now prepared to charge
your batteries, having installed new
machinery for this line of work, and
are in a position to give you the
very best service. Our prices are
reasonable and work fully guaran
teed. L. II. PELS GAKAGK.
PUSSY WANT'S A CORNER TODAY
Prntn Tuesday's D.'iily.
J. M. Jordan who has been living
on the Dovey Section for the past
few years, is just completing moving
to the Metzgar farm near Mynard,
while S. G. Stone, is moving to the
place vacated by Mr. Jordan, and
Sam O. Hackenberg, is moving to
the place where Mr. Stone has been
living, which allows someone else to
occupy that place.
A. H. Johnson w ho has been visit
ing for the past week at Hebron,
where he has been at the honip of
relatives, returned home last even
ing on the late Burlington train.
No party has the right t: ap
propriate this issue and no party
will in the long run dare oppose it."
"I am amazed that there should
be in some quarters such a cempre
h nsive ignorance of the state of tiie
"The great tides of the world do
n-t give notice that they are going
to rie and run; they rise in their
majesty and those who stand in the
way are overwhelmed. Now the
h rt cf the world is awake, and
the heart of the world must be serv
ed." "Critics of the league not only
have hot. observed the temper of the
world, but they have not even ob
served the temper. of those splen
did boys in khaki that they tent
across the seas."
"The thing that Washington long
ed for was what we arc now about
to supply: An arrangement which
will disentangle all the alliances in
"Criticisms of the league do not
make any impression on me, because
the sentiment of the country is proof
against such narrowness and such
selfishness as that."
"The day will come when men in
America will look back with swell
ing hearts and rising pride that
they should have been privileged to
make the sacrifice which it was
necessary to make in order to com
bine their might and their moral j
ixwer with the cause of justice for
men of every kind everywhere."
ySSISgg - - ' saagaag
j Farm Light .,.,
ii k tkih ictrptsrrn . -ilji iti-mi .
lighting .ndffgalg rj;i'.S3
power plant ZMirVlU S3
yen have been wait- Jc ; S
Ii k the
a single unit
that runs with
balan c e A
1 J F
- v -
AUnra rifrtj1s fr.lt runnlnc under I
. All the Light All the Power You Need
Ceme and s;e it. Ccmp;r: it, in every way, witb
Ell ethers. Make us prove to yen v.-here it is better,
and more curr.pktc in fact, the plant you want-
1 1 n 1 fi
arch 1 0th to March 2
EIGHTEEN SALE DAYS!
We have sold our store to the Farmers' Union and will give possession April
1st. Our stock of General Merchandise must be reduced. So down, down goes
our prices - slashing right and left. These goods must go.
I i(in? Women mi
at unheard of prices these times. A chance to buy high-grade, high priced shoes
at cheap prices. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Mittens, Shirts and Notions, all at
a great reduction during these 18 sale days.
W. R. YOUNG
Alvtays Ready for Sale
Dates far or near.
SATISFACTION OR NO PAY!
Murray Exa'iange C
NO DOUBT ABOUT IT
prices will be advanced April 1st. NOW is your opportunity. Buy while we
are slashing prices. We quit March 29th. Get busy. We have the goods today-
tomorrow they may be gone.
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