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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1919)
iLATTSMOLTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
ORDERED TO BE
If ny of the readers of the
Journal knor- of any social
evenl or item of imprest in
this vicinity, and will mail
saie to this office, it will ap
pear under this heiubntr. We
want all news items Euitob
'repared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
THURSDAY, MARCH 13. 1919.
You not only protect your
savings, but you get paid for
doing so when you have a savings
account at this bank.
M oney that'sidle means money
wasted. Put vour saving to work
and watch the interest grow
We watch both the prin-
cipai ana interest ior
you and relieve
you of all the
Safety Honesty Courtesy Service
Four per cent interest on time deposits.
Our deposits are protected by the State Guaranty Law.
MURRAY STATE BAK
All busineta transactions held in strict confidence
Your Personal Bank.
For Sale: A gond work lior.-c. Old
ham Stock. Farm.
K. ri. Ti'tt 1. .M. Itavis wtn-
Plat '.Miioui h visitors. Monday evn
Tii" i.;;I- daughter of Mr. and
?!; .-. Warn, n U'jU y lias bcn on t lit"
sick li-t T'r the past few days.
Helen Todd came up from
I ru t attend the party given in
li'-r.ir of Mr. and Mrs. Vance T:dd.
A. L. I'.ahcr va- in Omaha .Mon
day "vni:!U vi-iting with li is old
time friend, Mrk Set ben, of Laurel,
7?rs. TiiPi Tilsou t ivi.-.'C. to
:t:e;i IlluT1' M(n Jay eci i g.
'.viuro she is receiving; treatment.
Hf, - stk nditrg Sunday with lie me
f- ii s.
W. R. YOUNG
Always Ready for Sale
Dates far or near.
SATISFACTION OR KO PAY!
REVERSE ALL CAIXS
Telephone 1511 MErray Exo'iangr
China poosu eggs, $i.'U per set
ting. Oldham Stock- Farm.
Wir. Puis and family entertain d
Alf. Oansemer and family last Sun
day. Mi.-.-. Ogla Minfurd was a I'latts
mou! It visitor Tuc.day and Wednes
day. Frunk Khod.-n. of CouneM ;:'u' '.
va visiting with .Murray friends
hot ween trains Mondays of this
Mr. and Mr.-. IJ. A. Hoot relum
ed home from York. Xeb.. Monday,
where they have been visiting for
the past ten days with Mr. .Knot's
The cT'tertainnM'iU Riven i;t the
hail by J. Walter Wilson and wife
was well attended and much enjoy
ed. The last number of the Lycum
Course will be Riven on M:iroh "1st.
.'.bx Khodtn and ('has. Wo fe ?
nrned to Council Bluffs ..lond iy
rvji. ug, after spending und'-iv v 1
!:i".ie tolks. Ti.ey are bo b rei d.
Ins medical tree fluent in that . ty
Mrs. W. II. Puis is in receipt of a
letter from her brother, Louie Kan
nick, in which he states that he foil
from an aeroplane a few days ago.
a distance of S0 feet, and was
prttty badly hurt. lie does not
slate just how serious his injuries
LADIES5 HAND MADE
Why pay $7 lo $10, when you can buy at these
prices. Genuine Imported Hemp. Trimmings consist
of Silk Ribbons, Imported Flowers, Wreaths, -Silk
Wheat, Genuine Ostrich Feathers, Circe Ribbons.Vel
vet Ribbons, Etc. Colors black, white and burnt. You
couldn't buy the untrimmed hats for the price we of
fer them. For Ladies and Misses
$1.59, $1.75, $2, $2.25, $2.75, $3, $3.50
85c, $1.00 and $1.25
Don't buy until you see this line.
Fred Hild was an Omaha visitor
Frank Davis and Jim Hill ship
ped two cars of cattle Monday.
W". l. Puis was Uiokiiisr after some
business matters in Omaha Thurs
day. Kobert Good and wife were visi
tors in Plattsjuouth last Saturday
Miss Dee Garrison was visiting
wiih Murray friends last Saturday
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Mrasek have be.'-n sick for the past
Supper at the Library Saturday
evciiir.. Good time and rooJ eats
Miss Clara Youtr. of P!rf t -niout li
was an over Sunday visitor with
For Sale or Kent. My seven room
cottage residence in Murray. Mrs.
J. W. Berper.
Harry Creamer and family ' were
callh'R on Ihe I'lattsmout h iijerc!;
ants last Saturday.
The Fourth number id' the Lyceum
Coins" will be tie Stai.dard Male
Quartet, on March :',X.
The liitie son 'f ?.!r. and Mrs.
Herman Peck ha bee;; on the sick
list for the past few (lavs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Queen, of Deep
v;:tiT, Mo., arrived i:i Murniy this
we.k for a isit with relative-:.
Miss Ktta- Nickels was looking
ifter business in Plat Imi.oim li for a
few lioitrs last Saturday afternoon.
The many Iri'Mun- of Mrs. Walter
?ar.s will be plad to learn thaf she
is able to be out a Rain after u siee
Mrs. Ona Lawion has accvp'td a
position a.' nurse ;.! the Grand
I-lawl liospita!. M'! depaitid f.r
the place last wcei;.
Mrs. S"irle l.ivis depart-d hisl
iTday eveniiiR ti.r Dattoii. O'.iio.
, 1 .ri- she will viit with her par
r: ts ivr a few weeks.
Mrs. Herman p.ech returiifd liome
from Plat tsr.iout h and Omaha Wed
nesday morning". where she has been
visit inR for the pa-; lew days.
L wis Crunk v as a passenger for
Omaha last Saturday, v. here he will
-perd a few day:, visiting with his
'.'it tie sot, who is in the ho.-piral in
Walt Yallery i iti lenijt of a
letter lroiu !!er: in-! Petty, who is
tow located in Frnnt". in whicli he
.-tales that he s.on expect;, to 1
AS Pitt"! 'it deputed la t Wedties
lu e' tniuR for Cri .n. Xi bra.-k:i. a
wh'ich place h.e will sper.f' the siir.'
n;er assist ii.R Frank Yallery with. hi--,
Mrs. Sans . .rt a i :-i Mrs. Gil
m.Mie. Mrs. Walker and Mis Marjrie
at dinner la. t Sunday. The lumiy
friends of Mrs. Walker were indeed
Rlad to see that she wa-" able to be
out arain after I:tr r-cent illness.
The work of tci!ii:u the new
rootn ready for the Meyer Drug Co..
is gelt 11. IX ah til: nicely. Then.
Pcmten is now placing the shelves
nnd counters. every; hi tig" will
s,)on l c ready for moving in'. It will
be a fine store room.
Mrs. Margaret Prendle and Mrs.
K. F. Krendle. Mrs. Jeiin Furrls. Mrs.
Wm. Sybolt. Mrs. Louie Puis and
Miss Cora Prun-!on furnished the
ests at the Library last Saturday
evening, and the usual large crowd
was there. The amount taken in
The Lewiston War Savings society
will hold a business i'i('"liii at t'.'e
Lewi-ton school hou.-e on Friday ev
ening. March L'lst. at eight p. m.
All menibers j.r reqiji-sted to he iti
attendanee al this meeting. This re
tie: t is made by the govei nmei.t.
Frritik Lillie. president ; Ltta M.
Misses Og! a Minford. Clara Young
Lydia Todd atid 1es;.r.s. Dwyer and
Glen Todd entcrtainod .tbout twen-ty-nve
cf.'ples at the Puis Hall last
Saturday evening, in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Vance Todd, who left Mon
day ior their home in Canada. Games
and dancing was the Jj-io of enter
tainment with delicious? refresh
refreshments. The event was a most
enjoyable one in every way.
Pauline and Fay Oldham were
Omaha visitors Tuesday.
Miss Margie Walker was a Platts
mouth visitor last Friday.
Pauline and Fay Oldham were in
Xehratka City last Friday.
Frances Cook has been sick this
week, suffering from an abcess of her
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Todd depart
ed Monday for their home in Can
ada, after a pleasant visit with home
Kobert Shrauer was a Plattsmouth
visitor last Thursday, where he was
spending a few hours with his num
erous county seat friends, the Jour
nal office being included in his
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shrader. from
v. es-t of Murray, w ere looking after
: me matters of bi.siness in Platts
mouth last Thursday. Mr. Shrader
was a pleasant caller at the Journal
otlice, where he is always a mighty
AY .A. Scott is driving a new Ford
roadster this week, purchased of
, the T. II. Pollock Auto company, of
Plattsmouth, through their sales
man. H. H. Kaxter. This was only
. part of Harry's business last week,
'tit demonstrates that he is handling
IvTINEEN FARMER SLATED FOR
DAY OF RECKONING HOT PAST
ANITA STEWART RE
TURNS TO MOVIES
After Absence of Several Months, as ;
Star in Ovcen Johnson's Fam- i
ous Story of New York.
Miss Anita Stewart will make her
euirn to local motion picture screens
: fter an absence of several months.
l "Virtuous Wives." an adapt at '-:i
f the :tory of the same nam" by
f i wen Johnson. The photoplay vt r
:iou, an exact pict uriat ion of th"
I'Ctiou in the book, centers about
ihe problems of married life in Xew
York society circles.
" Yirt nous j
Wives" will be shown at the Par-j
uele theatre on Tuesday and Wed-,
esdav. March ISth and lath. !
We print law briefs, sale bills '
;"tler heads, envelopes, statements.!
hecks, invoices and in fact every-;
'hi:ig but money, postage stamps and
Luiter. Let us have your next job.,
Federal Government Classes Veteran
Agriculturist as Dangerous
Enemy Alien. .
Lincoln. March 12. Orders have
been received from the department
of justice at Washington by Federal
District Attorney Allen and United
States Marshal Flynn to intern
Anders Jensen at Fort Douglas,
Vyo as a dangerous German enemy
alien. Jensen was placed under ar
rest a month ago by Deputy United
States Marshal Carroll and taken to
the Lancaster county jail where he
now is confined. The federal au
thorities say that he is one of the
worst offenders that the department
has had to deal with in Xebraska.
In a short time Jensen will be es
corted to Fort Douglas by a United
States officer, possibly the deputy
Anders Jensen is a bachelor farm
er fifty-eight, years old. lie owns a
fine farm near Minden, Kearney
.county, and has other property. It
is estimated that he is worth about
Slii.OOO. He has lived in the Unit
ed States for thirty-five years, most
of this time in Xebraska. A list of
his property has already been for
warded to the custodian of alien
property at Washington and it will
he taken over by the federal gcv
i rumen t. Even w hen facing cer
tain punishment and the loss of hi
farm and other holdings which he
accumulated afier many years of
hard work, Je:ic:i continued his de
fiant attitude, according to the authorities.
"President Wilson oimht to be
killed. I would like to see the kais
er in the white house. I wish I was
in Germany" are statements attri
buted to him. At another time he
is alleged to have expressed a wisdi
that a cyclone would appear, and
wipe the town of Minden from the
face of the earth. Government offi
cials are said to favor sending all
dat.'irerous enemy aliens like Jensen
back to Germany. He was born in
one of the provinces which Germany
took from Denmark when it sub
dued the small kingdom durinir the
The money yiii spend in a cot:-,
istent newspaper advertising cam-!
faign will come back to you trippledi
in a vcrv short t ime.
FURY IN BERLIN
200 rods of ?,.- rear old hedge hi
the tree. Inquire of It. A. Yoimiz;
Murray, Xch. 13-4tv
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. H. PULS GARAGK.
and reliable goods, coupled with
the De Laval record of errico
and darabili??, ha made the
De Laval Cream Separator the
leader is thi: community.
C03T That's what you
put ir.o a cream separator.
VALUE That's vhas you
take out of your cream
Value in a crcio separator tfc
pencs upon the amount and the
quality of service you get out of it.
Because it last? firt?n to
twenty years the De Laval i
the luosl ecenornic?.l cream
separator ty buy. If you con
sider its cleaner skimming, razicr
running, greater capacity and L53
coot for repairs, the pi ice 0? tho
"cheapest " machine on the
ciarkct h exorbitant iu com
With present high bulter-iat
prices and l'ie scarcity cf labor
this is truer than ever.
SPARTACAKS AND GOVERNMENT
TROOPS. ACT LIKE WILD
BEASTS. ACCORDING TO
Well sell you a De Leval oa
och easy term that it will pay
for itseif out of its own savings.
We want Co see you the uext
lime you're in town.
SOONER OS LATE S YOU WILL EUT a
1 A"itCV M
London, .March 11. Fighting is
still going on in Ilerlin with great
fury, according" to undated reports
received in Copenhagen from the
German capital and forwarded by
the Exchange Telegraph company.
Witnesses cf the fighting in the
last few days say that lx;th the
Spartacans and the government
soldiers acted like wild beasts. Hos
tilities continue in the northern and
northeastern sections of Herlin and
the government troops are killing
all prisoners who fall into their
hands. Women, the reports fuhl,
participate in the cruelties with as
much desperation as the men.
The reports estimate the loss in
Perlin from pillage alone at aO.dOO,
OfWi marks. Frankfurterstrasse, a
well known Jewish business sec
tion', suffered heavily.
A Perlin dispatch received today
through Copenhagen and apparent
ly somewhat, belated, says the Ger
man government .sent more than
20. (K0 troops into Berlin the end of
last week, but that the work of driv
ing the Spartacaus from their
strongholds was proving a severe,
task. It was believed, added the
message, that the fighting would
continue for several days.
Many Murdered in Streets.
Perlin, March 11. Government
troop.s were busy today in driving
Spartacan bauds from various sec
tions of Berlin, end in preparing for
a determined effort against (ho
FpHrtac2.11 stronghold of Lichtenberg
a suburb to the east of the city. The
Fpartacans are reported to 'have'
large depots of weapons and am
munitions in Lichtenberg. Govern
ment troops sent, to Lichtenberg
Sunday to protect the postofSce and
HOW ABOUT THAT fJElV
THAT YOU HAVE BEEN PUTTING OFF
YOU NEED IT RIGHT WOW
and we want to tell you that we have a com
plete line to select from. Come
in and see them!
Let us tell you how we can save you some
money on all kinds of household futniture.
police st at ieai ere annihilated by
All the soldiers and police offi
cials who were net killed during the
fighting for the postofl.ee and p. dice
station or who did not eM'ajie from
the buildings were murdered by the
Fpartacans. Many were tortured
and killed in the streets. At least
one woman was among the victims
of the Fpartacans. The police arc
hives in Lichtenberg were burned
and Ho.OiMi marks were stub n from
the post olfice.
Xo uttempt yet has ."fji n a'e to
ascertain the number of 1 rsm
killed in the pro-ch vprl-ing. but
the number is b'-Meyed t exceed
The nit.rcl.ant who doesn't adver
tise only when business is good will
eventually ii;it it entirely.
If you are tut a subscriber to ih
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) n 11 jin. i 11.1: hi 11 i ir i 1 will li.iui'
on our subseription list.
( 'on.-ist cut ad ert iing is the kind
tht't reaches the public every day in
ithe ear. The off again. on-a::ain.
Fin"igan hind usually doi n't g t
1 very fa r.
j Eox i?-pcr from 25c to $5.00
tlic Journal office.
A line of stationery at t' ' ,ioi;r
l:al olTice that fi. n't be e?.c. lied ;.nd
Is herd to e ua!.
Xeat priv.tin-; is ;fsureil i o"
have it don ;.t th" .L r.i'ua' o-ii e.
7W.Ti ,fi a an
Farm Light Jtsk
ing fcr. It is the
a single unit
that runs vith
p erf ectly
balan c c J
T TKRK is theiarm ::R:Li;;if
JL Jk. . -. ysl i lid 1. 1
have been wait- ViXl's ! flli
XIcsdo nvtr1c t'nlt ntnrlrtir under loa4
r All the Light All Ihe Power You Need
Come and see it. Ccrr.r.cre it, in every way, with
all others. Make us prove to yea where it ia better,
end more complete in fact, the plant you want.
if : I r ci : .. .:n
ii juu txitz in utcu 11 jii'jcs il w;i: uu iu uiiic
in and look over our stock, as we have the 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 GAPJSEMER, fwlurray, llcb.
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