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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1919)
MONDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1910.
PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
PREPARED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE JOURNAL.
The Bank of iWwrdock
1 nrii:u tlif many years it has our privilege ami pleas
ure throu.uli the ii ha Hiving rehitii'iis to serve ihe puldie
co-iverve the business intcr-sts id' t ne many patrons oi" this
iusi it lit ion in ami about Murdoch, we nave been uiven the confl
uence ami buim s of a host oi friends. With them, we have
Meadily v.urKe.I for the bet 1 ernier. t of this town ami all its citizens.
- It is not without a i;ra'eiul feelinu that we r.ote tlie appre
ciation our efforts have hroimht about, ami the lar.ue number of
people wln-.se friendship we have cm i 1 1 va t ei.
- To these friends we mvo a larm measure of the sucress that
has i-oine to us, ami to ll-.em p:rt icularly at this time do we wih
to extern! our thanks for their frici'd.-h ip botli in a business way
am! personally as well.
- It has indeed been a pleasure to us to make this enterpris
ing little citv our home, ami
THE BANK OF MURDOCK
takes advantage of this season of the year to extend .erect in.-: s and
a hope for the continued pro-perity of tile city and community. We
wi-di you all a merry ( Mi rit mas and a Happy and Prosperous N't w
Ever at Ycur Service
The Bank of Murdock
Capital and Surplus $25,0C0
"The Bank where you feel at home. "
HENRY A. TOOL. President J. E. GUTHMANN. Vice-President
H A. GUTHMANN, Cashier
John Cakemeier was looking after! Louis Xeit.el and wife will spend
seme business matters in Omaha last . Mirist mas in Omaha at the home ot
w eek, ami also visit inn w ith friends
Dr. liornbeck was a visitor in the
Hernial! Kupke was called to Om
aha last week on business which ne-
ivpital city last Friday, where he cessitated his staying in the city a
was lookins; after some matters of couple id' days.
business for a short time. j Win. Boiirke of near Weeping Wat-
.!e.-.se l.amlholtn and wife were vis- er was a visitor in Murdock on last
iiint; with iriends and looking after Friday, looking after some matters
some bush ess matters in Omaiia laM 'of business for a short time.
Louis Hite ami wife, of Lincoln,
were visiiini; in .Murdoch last Sun
day, beintx lie.-ts at the homes of
John Ai'iiwcri and Mr. Hite's par-
wee!.. Ixinj; uuests of relatives dur
ing their stay in the city.
W in. lit hns and wife were visit
ing in Omaha for a short time hist
Carl Scii ii'M lei- was a visitor ev-
i era! days duriu:-: th past wee.; :i t
the country homo of (Miarb-s Sch
neider. II. W. Tool and wife w ere visit in;:
in Omaha for a short time las; Fri
day and Saturday. fioini; to look af
ter some business mailers as w 1.
Mrs. l.eah Tool, mother of ll.nry
A. Tool, of Murdock. N'ebrasl a. is ;i
truest at the home of her son and
wife and will remain over the holi
day season. j
Kenneth Tool, who is a i r end i n;r
ihe stale 1111 i r-it y at Lincoln, is a
visitor at the home of his paren' .
II. A. M'ool and wife, durum the;
Frank Hindi and wife were vi-i;
in in Lincidn over Sunday, a"' ' .
home of N'ei'I McCrorey and wife!
am! will remain Kii'il afl-r 1 1: ;
where they were quests ofients. Mr. and Mrs. W. ('. Hite, f.
aft-r some business matters.
F. I-. Miller will entertain the
members of his family, together with
their families at his home in Mur
dock on FhriMmas day and the fes
tal board will ho .-pread to accom
modate :t lare number.
Grandma Schewe. who has been so
sick at her home in Murdock for
ome time past, is reported as heini;
II. K. Fraifi. who lias made his
home near Murdock. has decided to
remove from this locality and will
make his home near Ashland in the
near future. Mr. Train has jusr had
a sale of his tannins implements
and is preparing to leave with the
comin.u of the spring time.
Cus Wendt and son. Aumist. were
passengers to Omaha on last Fridav
slightly improved with a promise of evening-, where they were looking a!
lor some busine.-s and during- their
more improvement to follow. It is
hoped that this good woman may
soon regain her usual health.
II. I'. !tlininu and son. Harry,
wen- in Murdock. from their home
near 'abah la.st Friday evening,
comiim to take the Kock Island train
for Omaha, where they went to look
after some business matters am! to
viit with iriends for a short time.
Last Friday the teachers of the
Murdnck schools all left for their
various homes. liiT" they will re
main during tlie nrisiinas noimays.
John, 1'au! am! Cab- I'i.-kw. :
who are attending choo! in Li:;ew!:i
arrived home the !.;si of the ee.,
and are pi.n!in:r tie ho'iday va'.i
t ion at t lie hoii e of t . ir :. reii ;
Walter lia'.imgart tier and At". k:;
Stroy. who are .-liiii-nl at T i ! - r-t a t e i
university in Lincoln, were auiouul
the week-f'tid arrivals and will i -
main over the holiday se.uon a'
tlieir homes lore.
Miss Catherine Tool, one of '''i- j
attendants ,,f tlo- :-!..' n I: i -i '
from this com m -i ni' y, an-i"d lo.,
wi irry ,y.
. O YOVil own t iin'-lnii'r v. illi your own
) v.ii;-?i r tin is j !. rij!l. Save
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H -.I-iI! IS W''!.
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c K.'-i id i m j, :;i. u uio i--'oi !.-
ilitcii -,hv Iraclor Lo
stay they also visited the live stock
market at South Omaha, looking at
the feeder offerings with a view to
purchasing some stock for their lol,
the la: i
v ek to :..-;id
( h rist in. i vacation with her par :;i s. I
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Toy!.
I.ot : Two calves. One yerL'ir:'
s!ort liorii. light roan b::il calf: oi.e :
Henrv Hehning. who was among ,iark r"'' 1,1 '! iieif.-r calf. in.. ..
.1... t.ov" iie.t v. rv. ,1 ov..re:,s :1 ii.l ' 'lt Reward of ; . for i-:!-..-i,- :
who returned hotiie from the serviK
i o ih" reco v rv of t ; t
;. . i .
last fall, has located near T.ig ; Springs! ' no!H' Iu "x!"'!ISl' . A- - i-i'"'.--ll.
where he has a farm and is ma k i n g M !1 r,i"' !: X' bra !::!. r v..
his home. So much does he appro-j (Mare Stroy. who i atlending t'ae
ciate reading the Journal that he:
Last Friday evening the Fresh-. Mrs. A. J. N'eitzel and children
man class of the Murdock schools ' departed la-t Friday evening for a
held a meeting after the close of short isit and business trip to l.in-
.-,.1 1 1 .1 i . If.u'-irrl til. I.retiM T;l - e.l'.Tl V e r 1 1 . 1 i 1 1 i I. ' l.'r S'r.T HI'iLl evell-'
M IIV'IM, HHIl ..,.......- (...r....- - - " ' "
linn of a program for this coming ing.
date nniver-isy at Lincdn am: i; .-
had the home folks here order the I bert Stroy. who is si'id.-:i! at t!o
Ihe pupils are surely appreciative paper torwarded to ins address iu;'ma!ia uioiicai s'lio.d. are enjuvr::.
of the Mircease from study and are ' order t h;t he may keep in touch with! the (Miristmas viwation at t!i' ! o::
heartily entering into the winter happenings in Murdock and t h i - j "f t hei r ja rn t s. ,J . c. Si r y n-l uife
sports of tlie season. 'part of the state. j north ast of town.
(Miri ; l'ai'kemev er and family, of A. A. Limldll was a visitor in L. I'.. i;.-hry. w !io has be. n farn
wj. f tlin'-'iin.: '.'.'. xr.'.l - mi n.iv for it. It
';' h) ir',.; j ,..r (' . I!, i.: ':r.
. K tiov.-:i tli" v r:i .-.: tis !!;. jii.-K-niii'.' ! !i ".:r'.'.
i." .'univr 'nrc-lier is i,tr" (::; umi 1 !
m ! 'nv-h.Mir nail v :r a -i g: ' i i -;-s i.' vm It is
v ! ,
s:;:::i! . ::w.;gM 5 l iai t.y a ) trac!r. Tni li,-f
Li.':' I'omi-. I ii .Vu 'vnl 1-J- J. tractor !iov:t ::'kiv, f :r-I,;-
!i -, I,:.)-.- power for t!u- !!.r-l.er wi'!- a!! at! : l.ai-ats.
Aia.l- ,:.! ." 'I he HhIkt M:.:.a!'aelMri:;g Co., Marion, O.
roi: salc i;v
-:- Murdock, Nebr.
Wednesday, which will he oi a na
ture pertaining to (Miristma.
Waco, will spend the (Miristmas sea-1 Omaha lat Friday, where ho was
'son at the home ot .Mrs. Mackemey- looking alter some husmess matters
r"s parents. Mr. and Mrs. August , for a tdiort time. Mr. Lindall bad
I'anska. as will also tlieir son, Sam the misfortune some lino ago to los.
visited i'i Murdoch t. ( Far.sl a. - ho is purib.asing agent for two calves, which strayed from his
oubl not i'i"' ' racitic railroad on one ot place, ami tor tlie return i which
tile week w
.Tames Johnson, wile and 1 1 1 1 ! 1, ,.i ,, i,,, ,,i. serve :. ci. rist no, 1 1 u-e i ! t western divisions, na vi mm cna rge lie is ottering a nward oi eacti.
son Ceorge. who have been sp.-mling ..,,,;rj; j,, tin air. The citizens g ner-"!' buying of all siipphy tor the or for evidence which will bad to
tlie para few weeks at the home ofj.ny Wt.r,. ,;....r .,1 ;!1!d well va t istied ' v;l ri' "s eating houses along tin line their recovery. Mr. Limlell had us
their .laughter. Mr. IM Fislor a ml ' ,. j, fh. :,,.i::v good things that had!" liis ! i--t r it t . put his lame on the list of readers
husband, departed last Frida y even-j I( not w it h t a ml i 11 g ihv Henrv Weckbacti. of Omaha, repre- of t he Jon rna 1 a nd w ill i n t lie 1 -i i u r.
ing for th.ir home at Walnut, h-w a. , ,.,,,,( n,,w, rejoicing in the end-! sent i n g the firm of Orchard .V: Wil- 1' supplied with the Murlock news.
after having had a most ece. lent j j,!rjK(. ;tn, aioindaiiT
time during their stay here. ! prosperity . The hearts of Murdock
Oscar F. McOonald and family people all evidence a warm spot t.i
were visiting with friends in On. aha! ward their feliewim.n and everyone
iu !m. house furnish rs. has been in
Messrs. W. K. Ililliar and Frank
the city the pa.-t few days look i n g ; F.uzzell. w ho have been in Murdock
after the hanging of the curtains for several weeks, looking after the
and installation of the house furnish-'plumbing of a number of lousef-
the latter part of last week and: will on Christinas morn go about lings in the new home of litis Wendt here. departed last Friday evening
while there Mr. McOonald a!r-. In-- th- streets of ili.it progressive I it I mi his good wife. Mr. Weckbach is for their homes in Lincoln, whet-..
id himself with the purchase of spirit spreading good cheer and well an expert in his line and certainly i t hey will spend the (Miristmas hoi i -
is able to make a home assume and 'days. The last place here on which
goods for his store here and other vvi.-hes. And it will not s-'eiii ua
matters calling him to the citv. o. ; usual ei'iur for they I.uy tliem-
W. Gillespie looked after his place selves t hr aghout th
possess that home-like feeling audi they worked was the new home o:
year doing j appoara nee. The now home is now j Henry A. Tool. These gentlemen are
of business during his absence andiju-r that s.rt of tiling. MMiat is onejbeiisg occupied by the Wendt family, very clever workmen and have done
rapidly these days
kept things running in their usual of the main reasons Murdock is pro- w ho find its modern con veniences i some excellent work in their line tor
the citizens of Murdock ami vicinitv
ing some three miles -:':: of M.-r-dock.
has moed to t.e p. v. i " I : u;.i ! o v.
of C. K. Vanderb'-a-g. v.'io ;- Mrs.
lloehry will dia-ing Co- .. i.,: --r.
wMiile Mr. (,o nr ::::d li's ' r
win continue tie-.r .ork i:i th - l;i,r-
F:sce Chris C.u'-rr ami wife will dau&hters of .Mr. am! Mr-. R-ish. M i
:a rtain l-.r ini-t ::r..s at their ho'io Leoi a t.ml Miss Ma! 1. w ho a at -Otto
Milb-r at.d family. Mrs. MlIbT fi-din- schoi ; at Li- coln. are ;.Lo
' ' '' being a da-tght.-r of this lKpi'ai-l h. He for t!i- Valet ide. This
c-.;:p!'. and also the family ' Fi-.i a ;i;(e family reiiiii,)!;.
.i. i.. ..icititgii a!'-; taiatly .--p.-i,: ltackem.-ver. In adnioti they will; Fd MM.itraani. ti.e nr nri.-li.r ni Co
Sunday in Lincoln. gipts ;. tla- l,e honored by t!a pre:.e!;ce of Miss T!ii!iig..n tiara gt . at.d a g--!. ral I
bona of Mrs. Mc Hugh's par.-nts. M j-. .t:i r. i,a s. ;.'l.ln,- '-r. who i.- i.-iting , :vl,,-.v. ; o:.;;:ie.! u, 1,:- h..:m . w l. r.
and Airs. Howard Towh and family. j...re H.m s.i::'.a A a.-. C..ii!'ori.i .. . j ,e..;, ;,,r the past f.w .!.t vs
They enjoyed U,.s visit greatly ai.d ,,. ,.., Sch,.pp. . Il.-rt:,:i Lea.h-ini'ii aa afi.c'i .f .n.it.sy. v.,...-".! i.i.s
i-'turn.-d home hi the e.nii.u n.oh 4., .; . t, ,-irI p,p.. living of ;af:.i?- ! h:m ba-ilv. H- l...s
r.lresned to begin upon 'he we i.'. , ,( ,. Til.nh of Waba-h. com- i b-'-i :-i b. d i- r a Lnrn'-r of davs
tasks toe tollowing mori.mg. pleie-1 their work of putting up ice 'ami it meat.s a i..' f . -.: t!.:C. : u
Harvey Schwab. AWa-n Reh-ka ;in la.-f we I.eva.g :':ll.d th-ir s'or- it tak--- so:a !.i:.g ...r-- than '! r-
nid 'i. a.r Thimgan. all of wli-n i-.f ' ige l.oii.-es 'o capa-i!y w ii h tie coo!- ! diaary pi' ;. a. at: o: - ii vit. . : r y
fre:--hn,er. in the Xapervill roll g. . j.- substance thai , ill ( i'i o '. :. M-. Thim-a-ai ' of c .Mt:.i-i. i..
at Xap ervili. Ii!.. arrived hotm o;. -oiv :,e v wh-n th heat- T!a- !.'!-::-- i- :"'':g .-!:.! ic-:d ;
Saturday and will spend their is , ; ra.- oi the .--'.n ar- : : . t i g. dow n .
days vacation with their frinds a m! , -.-.pen M. !e r i-I.irth. '
relatives iii .Murdock. .'..-.il-s to, Jack l. rt at.d wife, of Omaha, th" !
state, they wil! enjoy the respir.v latter being a daughter of Mr. atal ,
from siihiy to i ie limit. Th-y vi.l ;.Jr.-. Wai. Un-!. are spending th-'
return to resun.e th. ir w.r. t ,:r!y Cii rist mas h.didays in Murdock ;c :
in January. j. ...r j,i rents. Two i'h-r j
: !: .:; ; :.
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g.-..i !..:.: i
W.rci i' .'
m t . L-J-L-L1 ,. , L i, L hi H f
C- . v . . C?
' ,-7. ft) ...it
Neckties in a big assortment of colors
and styles. Nothing makes a finer gift
or one that is more appreciated than a
good necktie. We have them in the
celebrated Cheney silks, silk knit, four-in-hand
and bat wings.
Priced right, at
75c to $3.50 each.
Men's fancy scarfs in silk knit, nice and warm $2.00 to $3.00
Dress Shirts in .Silks and Fancy Madras
Fancy silk handkerchiefs for men :50 and 75c
Cuff Links Stick Pins
Watches Watch Fobs
Pure thread silk sox (He'll appreciate these) at, per pair $1.00
Silk lisle hose, splendid values, at per pair. 40 to 65c
Dress Gloves Kid Jersey Sweater Coats
Garters Suspenders Arm Bands '
Silk and Linen Collars
Auto Gloves and Mittens All Make Delightful Presents
r.rownie and Folding Kodaks of all kinds. Albums, cases, etc. Make fine gifts.
Brownies for the Boys Make Xmas the Year Bound
liA mm hmmm
your Xmas store. Never have we been
better equipped to supply vour Xmas mer
chandise. Our Grocery stock is complete; Fancy Candies and Nuts;
Candied Fruits; Shelled Nuts; Fresh Fruit Cakes and F ancv Laver Cakes;
Oranges, Grapes, Bananas, Fresh Vegetables, Etc., for Christmas.
iM KB Bre a Q HBHa: .c
i :;! !!': ! ' i!'rB::sBmi:Be!KTM s mi bit b: m-" mx urm&
Ladies Silk Mose, pair. .$1.50 to $3.50
Heavy Siik Gloves for Winter wear.
Ladies fancy collars, camisoles, etc.
Crocheted yokes, doilies and piiiow
slip lace. Made right here at home.
Fancy linen towels and Turkish towels
in lare assortment colois and figures.
Guest Seti:, consist of fancy towels and wash clolh, per set. . .$1.25
Beautiful Breakfast Sets of damask Trimmed in blue
Lavalliers Stick Pins
Beauty Pins Wrist Watches
.Manicure Sets Boudoir Caps
Our Large Stock of Jewelry and Toilet Articles is Most Complete
Ladies and Children's handkerchiefs 5 to 50c
Dresser Scarfs and Center Pieces 50, 75, $1.00, 1.50, 2.50, $5
Ladies Georgette Waists Moderately Priced
WHY NOT GIVE DISHES?
Fancy cut ulass vum-s. howls, n;.-pi-S sherbets, pitchers anil jslasscs. Glass hasKcts.
Kerry sets, cake Hales, celery dishes. nr lino is the most complete it has ever been.
Pyrex Glass Baking Dishes in Complete Sets
CUT GLASS, ETC.
SEE OUR GLASS BASKETS
Come in and let us assist you in your Xmas shopping.
BUY HER A PURSE
SHE'LL APPRECIATE IT
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