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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1919)
THURSDAY. JULY 24. 1919.
PLATTSMOLTn SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
If try of tte Ttie-rn of the
Jourual IrnoT of a.-.r r-il
fveni orlifm of icu itM in
tbUtieinity. aatl ii) mail
itmc to t his otlie. it wiilui-pt-ar
under tliis tieaiJinr We
want all news lie oiiKbitoh
by making them
to save their monev.
personal savings account in
high-class banking institu
tion like this, where children
are given the proper attention
and encouragement to han
dle their own finances
is a good start in the
right direction. One
dollar opens an account.
j Safety Honesty Courtesy Service
Four pr cent interest on time deposits.
Our deposits are protected by the State Guaranty Law.
aiURRAY STATE BANK
All business transactions held in strict confidence
Your Personal Bank.
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v and family were
in ;- srrt fair at P!arts-
Nick' I? hnirht a new Ford
actor h 'ac-'k from Harry
. ''f Tit" Pollock A'.iiy Co.. at
:: Va'l-rv i f .c.-;v: a da nil J'
he :-r f . v .; tht't he
n dyor. who received
'.riis injurv fo his eve last
lay ii. !'!u:t'!..ou!h with hi.s
crau!:. U getting along very
y at t!r-- ' :;. and i' is be'.iev-
-y S;gh'. V.' ill not he I in -
'1 it: the leas.
r-. ' r:is. Ffika uml children,
her friend .Mrs. Iren- Nicholson
cia-i-!:!'--. came do v.-:: frnir.
Omaha hi;t Sa'urday evening for a
! v. day.: visit with Mrs. SpikaV
parents. Mr. and Mrs. LaRue, alro
: .o h ;i'f of her sister. Mr. and
Mr:;. J-- West.
NOTICE Miss Mae Loughridge,
teacher of voice. Opening for sum
I.. H. Puis made a trip to Omaha
Monday with a truck. load of hogs
:i.r .Vr. DeYoung.
Mi-s Opl-.a Uai.er came down from
Omnlia laFt Sunday to spend the day
with home folks.
Miss .AiT,i-; Eut herforU. of ():na!ia
was visit ins; at the home of Mrs.
Dull a few days this week.
Mi-- Mary Meents. of Talmage.
was here for a few days the past
week vititing with her sister, Mr. heme
Plastering. Stucco. Mason. -2
and all kinds of conrrce
work. Strictly first clasr. -
and Mrs. Cecil Pettit.
Mrs. Eliza Young has returned
home from Plattemouth where she
has lK-en assisting in the care of the
children of Robert Windham for the
past two weeks.
E. E. Moore was in Plattsmouth
last Saturday evening, and while
there sold his automobile, and was
compelled to await the late passeng
er train to return heme.
Ferdinand Henuings. who was in
Murray last Wednesday on business.
Knight one of those dandy little
Velio- four passenger cars from
Lou i- Puis before he returned home.
Emil Hild. of Plattsmouth. is
now employed in the L. H. Puis
auto agency in Murray, accepting a
position in the sales and trucking
department. Emil has had a great
l'al of auto experience and will
make a very valuable man for Mr.
Are you remembering
Tor the Library?
Miss Etta Nickels wa in Platts
mouth last Saturday.
L. D. Hiatt was looking after
some business matters in Omaha
Tuesday of this week.
NOTICE Miss Ogla Miuford.
teacher of piano. Now enrolling
pupils for summer term.
L II. Puis' trucks have been kept
prettv Lusy for the past few days
delivering wheat to the Murray ele
vators. Alf. Gansemer and family and L.
II. Puis and family speut the day
last Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Hild.
Word has been received here from
Mr. and Mrs. alentine w ho are
now at Estes Park. They report
the weather fine and many tourists
are there now.
Miss Helen Nimms went to Platts
mouth Saturday evening to visit
with her uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Pitts
over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tutt
went up Sunday.
Mrs. L. D. Hiatt was visiting with
friends and relatives in Plattsmouth
last Saturday evening and Sunday.
Mr. Hiatt went up Sunday and re
turned with her.
Mr. McCrackens family are ex
pected to arrive here some time
next week, and will take up their
home in the Smith property, known
as the old Young home.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Faught. of
Cozad. sire here visiting the famil
ies of Wm. Sporer and Alva Long
and John Edmunds for a few days.
Mr. Fauszht is in the real estate
Nelson Lerger. accompanied by
John Chambers, Marvel Peid. Ray
mond Derger and Stanley Sharpe. of
Lincoln, attended the show at the
Ak-Sar-Ben den in Omaha Monday
night. If you want to know about
the show just ask them.
Mrs. Prod Hild who is .still in the
hospital at Omaha, is getting along
very nicely at this time, and it is
expected that she will be able to re-
urn home within the next week or
ten davs. This will be good news
to the many friends at home.
Nelson and Raymond Uerger and
sisters orove to Omaha last Friday
taking their guest. Miss Burke back
to her home after spending a ten
dav vacation at the Ilrrger home.
Miss Burke says she spent a very
enjoyable time as the Berber home
is a great place for vacation visit-?.
J:-hn W. Thomas departed Tues
day of tlii? week for Kimball. So.
Dakota, where he will make his
for some time. He was in
Threshing Time Specials!
Make up your order and be ready for the men who will soon
he on the job. Compare these prices with others for a like quality
:' fa!:.- ;,':''!
v. (? corn
f iz;- tomatoes
:: can. pun: pi: ;n
:: ( ;i hominy
i.-.r-e can peaches .
I i r l " n pears
Lare can apricots
i'liH'd wheat n- rice, per package
Post. "'iii.sties. per package
t orn Flakes, per package
)n-!:alf pound high grade Japan tea
Pur truit jelly. 1-lb.. 4-oz. glass
Pure fruit preserves. l-oz. glass
1 . 1 f.
Call Pkone 12 and We Will Have Your Order Ready
Hiatt H Tutt,
this part of the county a few
months ago and likes it very much,
as there seems to be plenty of em
ployment with a good salary.
John, the son of Philip Hild. who
was so seriously burned a few days
aso at the explosion of a steam
boiler, is getting along very nicely
at this time, with every indication
for a permanent recovery. He was
very .-",rsly burn vi ;,r -l has suf
fered a great deal, but the many
friends will be pleased to know that
lie will be restored to his former
health. A trained nurse from Oma
iii! lirs been taking care of him.
All hands in and near Murray are
into the threshing game this week,
and the fall wheat crop is turning
out pretty fair iu every respect. The
grain is most all of a good quality
and the yield is running from 15 to
"0 bushels per acre. The spring
wheat did not amount to very much
in this community. A great deal of
the present crop is being delivered
from the machine right to the deal
er, and many cars will be leaving
here each week from now on until
the machines have finished.
Up From Nehawka.
J. A. Doughty and wife and A. J.
Tucker and wife. from Nehawka.
were in Plattsmouth last Saturday,
driving up for a few hours visit
with county seat friends. While
here Mr. Doughty paid the Journal
office a brief call.
Merchants Need A Few Evenings.
We, the undersigned business men
of Murray, have decided to close
our stores three evenings out of the
week at six o'clock. Tiie closing
nights will be Monday. Wednesday
and Friday evenings, and will re
main open the other three evenings
of each week as long as our patrons
desire, allownig them ample time
totransact all their business. The
hours will prevail during the month
of July and August. commencing
with July 1st.
HIATT & TUTT.
W. S. SMITH.
TV. H. PULS.
' Pauline Oldham was a Platts
! piouih visitor Monday.
.ur. aim .Mrs. i. a. ioung were
in Omaha last Saturday.
Thomas Hansen was a Platts
mouth visitor Monday cl' this week.
A. L. Baker was taking iu the
street lair at Plattnioutli Monday
John Eaton residing dt:wn near
Fnion. has been quite sick !r the
past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Virgin were
visiting with Murray friends and
relatives one day lat week.
Mrs. Walker and daughter. Mi-.
Margie and granddaughter. ih-len
Gilmore. were in Plattsmouth last
Mr. and Mrs. KeP.v Khoden arc
rejoicing this week over the arrival
of a new ten pound baby hoy a!
their home on Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Koyal re
turned home last week from Cowles.
Nebraska, where they had heMi
visiting with their sister, Mrs.
Grandma Louis Bird died at her
home near I'nioti on last Saturday
and was buried in the Mt. Pleasant
cemetery on Monday. July 21.
Grandma Bird was on of the early
settlers of this community. hav::::r
lived here for about f;ftv wars.
Mrs. G. H. Gilmore received a
Cablegram troin Dr. Gilmore Tues
day morning, stating that he had
sailed for home, departing on the
morning of July l.rM!i. This should
brins: The Doctor home within the
next ten days or two weeks, which
was indeed good news 'o his fam
ily and the many friends in and
around Murray, as well as over the
entire county of Cas. We venture
the assertion that there i- no one
man in and around Murray that
would be more greatly missed than
Dr. Gilmore. and that will be more
heartily welcomed back to the old
Miss Clara Young 13 spending her
vacation with her sister. Mrs O. E..
Lyman, at Veil, South Dakota.
Chas. Barrows and Gustav Bout on
bicycled io Plattsmouth last Satur
day where they .spent a few hours
Fred Condon. Ed. Kniss and Oliv
er Ll.iyd dpaited Tuesday morning
for Perkins county in Frank Val
lt ry's truck. The latter two gentle
men expect to remain in Perkins
county to as.sist in the threshing
season. running a machine for
themselves. While Fred will make
a trip on west to Cheyenne, before
he returns home. He expects to be
gone about two weeks.
AG P. EE ABLE TO HIS WISH.
One of uiir customers wrote us on
lone lo. '"Smokerim. Pa. 1
ind Triner's American Elixir of I'.it-
r Vii:c of good help to me. No
ther medicine can ii.) i-. Please pur
Mi is in an advertisement. Andr-i
Luksic. P.ox M." A g re. a Me to his
wih. we are publishing tnese sin
Cere lines wiiion in iheir .simrh
form have hit the nail on the head.
Triner's- American Elixir helps, that
is a tact, and everybody who suf
fers from constipation, poor appetite,
.latulence. headache. nervousness,
etc.. will convince himself that the
above statement is correct. On May
2. l!H!i. the F. S. Interna! Bc-venm-
I Department approved and recogniz-
e,i Triner's American Elixir as a
med iii i.e. conforming in all respect
ito the prohibition rulings. You will
get it a' e fry (!r:;g r-ture. And 11
you are troubled with neuralgia or
Inn. bag ), and iu case of sprains or
fa'igmd muscles, ask vour druggist
Electric Light and Power i
1 for Happy Farm Life 1
For Dependable Service Install The
if M ,pi fTTk
only for Triner's Liniment. -Triier
compan.v. i :'.:;:;-! :: s.
IAc. Chi -ago.
Ash Ian J
Electric Light and Power Plant
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iverA'utKjy Knows trie advantages ji dcaik'
and electric power. Even Ijody wants this modem tiny
i"he bi question is "W'h
I'lft 11- : - C .7, :W
lake our advice, bciect the plant mat s silun - th
plant that's free from terrific vibration ihv plant that
won't quickly shake itself to pieces. In-.tall llie wonder
ful Silent Alamo.
No Vibration Aro Noise
FARM FOR SALE
Uoo iieres of land. located six
miles northwest of Cn igl.ton. Ne
t.ras'r.a: live miles south, we.-t of
WtnetMi.n. This place consists of
140 acres of farming land and r.o
acres of goo-i jiasture; with runi.iiu
water the year round; a g od set of
improvements; rev "-rootti h-msc;
tattle shed tl:a' will hold '.0 head of
..;?:'. with hay mow; barn for tiah;
hetid of hor-e.: granary for l.n-'
Men's Staple Overalls and Jumpers .... $2.00
" Heave Blue Overalls and Jumpers 2.25
" Finck's Detroit Special Overalls and
Men's Shirts 90
" Heavy Shirts 1.25
" H. D. Lee's Unionalls, striped and solid
Don't forget this store closes on Aonday, Wed
nesday and Friday nights during July and August.
Aliothsr nights we will serve you as late as you nted
Serv iee Store,
ALF GANSEMER, Proprietor
In the Sdent Alamo there is no noise- due to t v quiet o;-:
A the Ide Super Silent Motor with 'he routing si "eve ..i.e. 1!
no severe vibration -due to scientific balancing of eight.
Thousands of farmers as well as staid old n dnet r i:k-t;-been
amazed by this silent plant. Come in and -e-- a c ::; :. :r
Iearn why the Silent Alamo assures a cars of .service.
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bushels of grain; douide com
for l.l'ou husiiels; r.'w garage, ,
Is; two hen nouses Ii'xl4; two lr
iiouses; windmill and plenty ol
water. All fenced and cross lei
ed; ten acres hog pasture. All g-
heavy clay soil. Close to school,
interested write me at (eigii'o
.Nebraska. K. F. D. No. .'I. box 1' 1 .
phone I !'."). Winetoou. Ne,e-i.. l: i.
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to be delivered about th'- frs; oi
August, if interested call. W. T.
Richardson, Myna.rd. teiepa.onf
Alvways Heady for Sa
Dates far or near.
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MECHANICS Expert in Care and Repair of Automobiles
Nebraska Girls May Learn
EFFICIENT HOME MAKERS Skilled in purchasing, preparing
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TEACHERS IN THE I'FKLIC SCHOOLS In demand because of
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THE W. H.
will always carry a complete line of
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Farm
GASOLINE ENGINES and REPAIRS!
We do all kinds of tin work, healing and plumbing,
and will also save you money on furniture orders.
Come in and get our prices on anything in our line.
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