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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1919)
PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
1 RETURNED SOL- !
WHAT IS THE CONDITION OF YOUR
I? tny of the readers of the
Journal knof of any HociaJ
event or Item of interest in
this vicinity, and willail
sme to this office. It will ap
pear under this beadinjr. We
want all news item Edjtou
DIERS GUESTS j
OF ALL IOWA
j Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1919.
I spent Sunday with F. T. Wilson and j Miss Clara Lee Young came down
Start the kiddies
right by making them
zv ant to save their money.
A personal savings account in
a high-class banking institu
tion like this, where children
are giv en the proper attention
and encouragement to han
dle their own finances
is a good start in the
.right direction. One
dollar opens an account.
Safety Honesty Courtesy Service
Four per cent interest on time deposits.
Our deposits are protected by the State Guaranty Law.
MURRAY STATE BANK
All business transactions held in strict confidence
Your Personal Bank.
Duck circs for sale. Oldham
1. M. Davis wa3 visiting for a few
hours with county seat friends Wed
F. K. Vallery was looking after
some matters in IMattsniouth Wed
nesday of this week.
Walter Byers, the assessor, has
Ik-en in Murray for the past few
days looking after your next tax
Mr. :nd Mrs. E. S. Tutt were
IMat turnout h visitors last Sunday
and were guests at the home of Mr.
anl Mrs. I-. F. Terry berry.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barrows, of
0:iuih;t. have been visiting for a few
dy the past week with their broth
er. ?'r. and Mrs. Ted Barrows, in
W. H. Fuls and family, Alf.
CJnnf.-mr and family, Ym. Fuls
and wif-. Philip Hild and family,
and. Otto Fuls and family, spent
lat Sunday at the country home of.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lutz.
The Home Guards of Murray will
l:ild a nirtihg on Tuesday evening
f next we-k. May 27th. ior the
transaction of all business matters
that may become before the m fet
ing. All members are requested to
be present. .
L. F. Fuls was In Plattsmouth for
a few hours Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. E. XI. Steiner and daughter,
Mildred, will arrive in Murray with
in the next few days to make their
home for the eummer with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Berger, at
The new residence property of
George' Nickels Is now moving right
along. The bad spring weather has
kept the work back a great deal, but
the past few days has made a tell
ing on the new place.
The Rural Mail Carriers will hold
a meeting at Weeping Water on
Friday, May 30, for the purpose of
taking up the matter of increased
salaries for the carriers, which they
are certainly entitled to
The Murray Camp M. W. A. will
meet at the lotige rooms in Murray,
on Thursday evening. May 2Sth, at
which time the new rate qncstion
will be taken up and discussed. All
members are requested to be pres
Miss Grace James, who has been
assisting Mrs. Berger at the hotel,
win soon depart for her home in
Mountain Grove. Mo., where she will
make a visit with her parents, re
turning to Murray within a few
weeks, to resume her duties at the
No worry about where you are going to get the
rpaie time to make the dresses for the youngsters. We
have them ready made and cheaper than you can buy
tre material and make them
rhiMr-i:s p -real', fylain tan. neatly trimmed ruffs and Fkirt.
ofi'-n rront, short sleeve; ages 2 to 6. each : $ -G5
Children's laid, colored piping cellar and yoke, open front,
: h :rt sleeve, azes 2 to (i, each .65
Children's plain gingham, plaid trimming, round collar, two
pockets, three-quarter sleeve, ages 2 to 6, each -89
Mi:-:;-:; p!;iin ei.lor suiting, long sleeves, fancy pockets, belt
ed, gathered Fkirt. ages 7 to 14. each 1.15
Minxes plaid rras-h. middy style, long sleeves, belted and
neatly trimmed, aces 7 to 14, each 1 50
A Nice Selection in These, and a Saving of
Time and Money if You Buy Now.
Hiatt ft Tutt,
John Hobscheidt, Jr., and 'family,
wer Flatttsmouth visitors last Saturday.
Mrs. Alf Gansemer was an Omaha
E. S. Tut made a business trip
Afiss Vera Moore was visiting, to Omaha Thursday morning
with friends in Flatttsmouth last
Saturday and Sunday.
Dave Wilson and wife, of Dunbar,
If. G. Todd shipped a number of
cattle to his ranch in Keyapaha
family east of Murray.
Airs. Ray Davis and children de
parted for their home in Colorado on
Monday of .this week. -
Wm. Fuls was a Flattsinouth
visitor Wednesday afternoon, meet
ing his many old county
from Flattsmouth Sunday to spend
the day with home folks.
Mrs. Cawley, of the Murray Tele
phone exchange, has been on the
sick list for the past few days,
Mrs. J. A. Davis was spending a
seat ..few days the past week with her
Iron, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Davis, in
Jlrs. Frank Moore, who has been Murray,
visiting with friends and relatives Mrs. O. A. Davis entertained at
for the past few days, returned home j dinner Monday Mrs. Ray Davis and
last Sunday. , children, Mrs. John Davis and Mrs.
Miss Fauline Oldham, of Murray. J. A. Davis,
is the first to offer a donation U ' Mrs. Tom Tilson returned home
the I-ewiston Cemeterv fund. Miss from Council Bluffs last Wednesday,
Oldham heads the list with $5.00. where she has been receiving med
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Boedeker. Miss
Beulah Sans and Mrs. Morton Bart
let t were Omaha visitors last Satur
day, driving up in Mr. Boedeker's
With next Saturday the regular
suppers at the Library will close
until sometime during the fall, the
i?al treatment for some time.
Word has been received here that
Mr. Ed Woosley. of Wyoming, a
well known pioneer of this locality,
is very low at his home, with" very
little hope for his recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brown, Mrs.
Bertrer and Mrs. W. A. Brown went
UUI II nvilitl I me uui lUn liitr ititi, inv.
dates of which will be announced i ' P to the Horning cemetery Wed-
I'ollock Farmele has accepted a
permanent position in the Murray
State Bank as assistant cashier. Bol
lock will frove a valuable assistant
to Cashier Boedeker.
Harry Todd returned home this
week from an extended business trip
out to his ranch in Keya Faha coun
ty, where he has been looking after
getting the spring work started.
nesday evening to look after some
repairs to the graves of departed
Mr. and . Mrs. Harrison Sheldon
rre rejoicing this week over the ar
rival of a mighty fine baby boy at
their home on Tuesday evening.
May 20th. Both mother and little
one are doing nicely.
Nick Friedrich lost two very val
uable cows Tuesday evening, both
Mrs. Frank Wilson entertained a j ,,oins killed bv the P fregh(
ronipany of friends at dinner on last.Jraln- Thev prove quite a loss
Sunday. The occasion was Mr. Wil
son's birthday anniversary and prov
ed to be a thorotni surprise to him.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Pitman and
daughter. Miss Thelma. Mrs. J. Fit
maiK Mrs. O. A. Davis and Mrs. E.
S. Tutt autoed to Flattsmouth Wed
nesday afternoon in Mr. Fitman's
There will be a meeting at the
Library, on Wednesday, May 2Sth,
at. 3:30 in the afternoon. All those
interested are requested to he pres
ent and talk over the plans of build
ing a house for the Library.
The picture show given for the
benefit of the Library- last Saturday
evening, was largely attended and
the proceeds turned over to the as
sociation. The Fuccess of this ven
ture is gratifying, indeed.
The Murray Aid society were en
tertained at the home of Mrs. W.
F. Moore ""Wednesday. The usual
cood time and the highly interesting
meeting was much in evidence at
the pleasant Moore country home.
The painters are busy this week
on the interior decorating of the
Murray State Bank. The whole
building will be repapercd and re
painted on the inside, which will
add greatly to its appearance. Fbilip
I.ambert and Jess Chambers are do
ing the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Spicka, Miss Eva
LaRue and Miss Opha Baker, came
down from Omaha last Saturday ev
ening to spend Sunday with home
folks. They did not return to the
city , until Tuesday. Miss Baker is
now employed with Wright & Wil
helmy, as billing clerk.
The Library Supper given on last
Saturday evening by the 7th, Sth,
Mh and 10th grades of the Murray
fChools. under the direction of Mrs.
J. W. Scotion. was well attended.
The entertainment for next Saturday
evening will he given ny tne in.
.rth and fith grades, under the di
rection of Mrs. Louie Fuls and Mrs.
Win. Pulw. Make it a point to at
tend. Supper will start at 5:30 and
continue until all are served.
L. II. Fuls, the Misses Berger and
friend from Chicago, autoed to
Omaha last week and selected the
new Alamo Light Flant for the
Berger home that Nelson purchased
from the Fuls Agency some time
ago. The new piant is neing in
stalled this week, and will sure
prove -a wonuerrui convenience lor
the farm home. of Mr. Berger and
his sisters. The Berger home,
which is being modernized in every
respect, is located near Nehawka.
Elsewhere in this issue of th
Journal will be found an advertise
ment for E. E. Moore, who has re
cently taken over the .repair busi
ness of the Puis Garage in Murray.
Mr. Moore has been the mechanic
for Jlr.v Fuls for some time and
therefore needs no recommendation
to the patrons of the place, as they
well know he is a thorough me
chanic, and all his work will be
fully guaranteed. He will make a
specialty of all kinds of welding.
to Mr. Friedrich, as they were two
'of his best, one of which he was of
fered $100.00 for a few days ago.
M.'C. Baker was in Murray a few
days this week . visiting with his
son, A. L. Baker. He was en route
(3 Eldora, Iowa, for a few days' visit
with his daughters, and from there
will go to his old home in Michigan,
where he will spend the summer.
Bert Walton, the boss implement
man, has been in Murray for the
past few days, representing the John
Deere Co., in the interests of the W.
II. Fuls Implement house, and the
above company. He has' been spend
ing his time among the farmers
r.nd has been doing good work.
Miss Margie Walker entertained
at a six o'clock diner last Friday
evening. Covers were laid for Miss
es Gertrude Long, Pauline Oldham,
Fay Oldham, Beulah Sans, Grace
Bailey, Cora Bruston, and Mes
iiames W. S. Smith and O. A. Davis.
The dainty refreshments were de
licious, and the evening was a very
enjoyable one for all.
"The Shepherd of the Hills" Is a
good story that you will find on sale
at the Journal office.
The Murray Photo
The Big 5-ReeI Feature
Monroe Salisbury and
Also a One Reel Comedy
THOUSANDS GATHER IN COUN
CIL BLUFFS TO WELCOME
THE BOYS HOME.
TRIBUTE PAID FIGHTING MEN
Men Who Saw Service in France in
Rainbow Division Pass in Re
Council Bluffs, Iowa, May 21).
The greatest number of people who
ever stood within the corporate
limits of Council Bluffs at one time
gathered yesterday. Estimates as to
the size of the crowd ranged all the
way from 100,000 to 200,000. The
street railway company had every
car in service and reported nearly
25,000 people had come from Oma
ha. Automobiles were numbered'by
The multitude came to join in the
homage paid to returned soldiers
and sailors. Men in the receiving
stand stood with bared heads while
the parade was passing. They re
moved their hats at 2:30 o'clock and
did not replace them until after 4.
When the head of the column began
to disband at Eighth street, after
countermarching from First and
Broadway, the rear was still forming
at Seventh and Main, nearly a mile
away. The hands of every man in
the stand were swollen from the un
conscious action put into the hand
tlapping. v Kept Growing and Growing
The parade surpassed the most ex
travagant expectations. It simply
kept growing and growing as un
expected units appeared and dropped
Every township in the county had
its delegation of war service men
and every auxiliary of the Council
Bluffs Red Cross chapter, covering
three counties, was represented by
marching sections. At least 1,000
Red Cross women were in uniform
in line. The chapter has over sixty
thousand members, being divided in
to many units and covering a large
section of southwestern Iowa.
Do you know that we have a complete line? We
make a specially of the famous John Deere line and it
is complete. We want to figure with you on all your
farm needs this spring.
Our stock of staple and heavy Hardware is in ex
cellent condition to supply every demand. Come in and
see for yourself.
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TERS ON LAST
LEG OF FLIGHT
NC-4 STARTS AT SIX O'CLOCK
THIS MORNING ON TRIP
Will Always Carry a
Complete Line of
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES
WALL PAPER AND SUNDRIES
If It's in the Drug Line We will Look after
Your Wants at All Times
TELEPHONE NO. 2
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WILL ENCIRCLE GLOBE
NO REPORT FROM HAWKER
Who Is Now Believed to Have .Per
ished in Mid-Ocean Daring
Undertaking Was His.
15 and 25c
IV. R. YOUNG
Always Ready for Sal
Dates far or near.
SATISFACTION OR NO PAT!
REVERSE ALL. CAI4LS
Telephone 1511 Murray Exa'iange
Fonta Delgada. May 20. I,ieut.
A. C. Reafl, in eoraniand of Ihe large
American seaplane NC-4. expects to
start for Lisbon at 6 o'clock tomor
row morning. He hopes to reach
there before dark.
. If all is well with the flight, an
orer-night stop will be made at
Lisbon and the "NC-4 will proceed cn
the last lap of the transatlantic
journey for riymouth, weather per
mitting. The NC-4 was overhauled here to
day and took on a full supply of
No Word of Hawker
.London. .May 20. Up to 11 p. m.
there is no word of Hawker and bis
navigator. Grieve, who made the
daring start on a transatlantic flight
several days, ago. Not a single re
port has been received from any of
the numerous airplanes, destroyers,
mine sweepers and light craft of all
descriptions which are sweeping the
seas off Ireland.
In an official communique just is
sued justifying the attitude of the
government in relation to the cross
Atlantic flight which has ended in
disaster, the admiralty warns the
public that in view of the vast areas
involved the chances of finding the
daring aviator Hawker and his navi
gator are very remote.
Are j'ou, Mr. Business Man, tak
ing advantage of our stock of print
ing inks? Need letterheads, envel
opes, statements, invoices, checks or
cards? Let us print them for you.j
Washington. May 19. "Encirc
ling the globe by airplane" is the
next epoch-making feat of aviation,
according to views expressed today
by Secretary of the Navy Daniels,
in discussing the wonderful feat of
the navy in the successful flight
of its aircraft from Newfoundland
to the Azores.
Secretary Daniels regards the
things accomplished already as
far from anything merely spectac
ular, and looks on them as full of
substance for the future commerce
of the world and the linking to
gether of all its lands, as could be
done in no other way than by the
"We are flying across the ocean
today because flying is going to be
an important part of the world's
transportation," Faid Mr. Daniels.
"But we shall not only fly across
the Atlantic ocean, but around the
"The use of electricity and elec
tric heat will make transportation
across the seas and around the
world more comfortable than it has
REDUCE WEST tOINl-
C0URSE TO THREE YEARS
Washington, May 19. Recom
mendations of the general staff that
the course of instruction at West
Toint be reduced permanently to
three years were approved today by
Secretary Baker. The change is" ex
pected to go into effect with the
next class, but no change from the
present entrance requirement will
1 wish to announce to the u1
lic thr.t I have taken charge of
L. II. Puis' Repair Departmeti'.
and am prepared to do all kinds
of Auto Repairing.
Of all Kimls, will he my special
ty. Let me see your old hrokeii
parts before ordering new one-;
perhaps I can save yen consider
ALL WORK FULLY
I guarantee all work to be the
very best in every particular.
Give Me a Trial
E. E. MOORE,
Murray -:- -:
We are on the market to buy your cream, saving
you the trouble of shipping it and possibly losing your
cream can. We will meet any direct shipper's quota
tion, less the express charges and if you sell to us you
will receive correct weight, correct test and get the
check the day you deliver to us excepting possibly on
Saturda5T, which might find us too busy, but we will
weigh same for you and you can receive 3'our cream
can at once. Our many satisfied customers are our best
advertisement. Try us and be convinced!
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR ALL
Our price today, Butter Fat, per lb 6OV2-62V2
F. O. B. OUR STORE
The Service S&pe9
ALFRED GANSEMER, Murray, Neb.
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