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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1920)
nrr?.?r,AY, iaivj&tti i, 1920.
PI.ATTSMODTIT SEMI-WEEKLY JOTTPNAL
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reoarej in the Iottrest of LLe People of Murray and Surroutdicp Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
Tf tny of thfi readers of the
Journal kuor of any nix-ist
event or it-ca of interest in
tbis vicinity, and will mail
jime to 'Ms otiice. tt will nt--tear
under lies heading. W
want all newsiteais iitoh
y-.j Try ' i-'-fTVt
You not only protect your
savings, but' you get paid for
doing fo when you have a savings
account at this bank.
Money that'sidle means money
wasted. Put vour saving to work
and watch the interest grow.
We watch both the prin-
cipai and interest lor
voir ana relieve
you of all the
w . -
i"q c ?r 7i o y? C5 ry Co urtesy Service M
iii'.erest on time deposits.
:Tr pi erected t-y the S:itf- Guaranty Law.
L)uiaps transactions held in strict confidence
Your Personal 3sr.k.
Koilaks and supplies at E. V.
Ketdy's 1 tie druggist.
lr. and Mrs. Searl Davis were.
visitors in Lincoln over ( 'liristnias at
the home of Mrs. Davis' parents.
Miss Oi;Ia Miii ford, who is attend
ing school at Lincoln, was a visitor
at the home of her parents for the
Richard Friedrioh, .on of Nick
Kriedrich and wile, is reported as
beinir confined to his hed with an at
id" t!ie la.ifripp:.'.
t'harlos Mtit::. from near old Kiylit
e t o
far relief from appendicitis,
far recovered that she was ah
return home about a week a;;o
has since been ruakint? verv
Mr?. Robert ttiirr was repoiid
bein confined to her home for a
few days this week with an attack of
the la grippe.
Miss Frances Moore is reported as-
being sick at her home with ihe la
(grippe but is getting aliuivr as well
I as the troublesome malady will per
1 Mrs. Harrv Vantine, living we;-t of
iitfiniier in which the former touring
car t)eimj;ii!g to Mr. Ruls has been t
convert eil into a service truck by
the proprietor and his master me
chanic Another sample of fine wor'.:
is that done by L. 11. 1'uls in t!i'.'
making of the large star which w;;s
use.l r;n the Christmas iree.
IUi (lriv n visiinr in Mnrrnv
last Tuesdav. doing some trading ! l'"ion. is reported as being very sick
and looking after business. t her home. Dr. C. 11. Oilmore was
John liobbins was a business vis- ; called to see her last Tuesday, us was
iter in Omaha last Stindav. return-' h-r mother. Mrs. Tlioma H ins.-n.
ing home thai night after having' lrs- Alfred Leonard, who n i.i-
spent the dav with friends. , near Light Mile (Jrove is re.,ort,l :;s
Frank Vailerv was a visitor 11:1 s'f'k 311 "'tack of the !:
l-.,!;vp,.,ml, 1 .t Moml-tv f : grippe, oui is s 11 u 1 111; soil,- Hi: iruvc-
Rhoobe Ellen Young was born in
Milts county. Iowa, on the 11th day
of August. IS.":!, and passed to the
01 her world from her home at Ciar-
' iiula, Iowa, in the early hours ;f
J Christ in as morning. Her age
at her death was 1,1; years. 4 n.oritlu;
and 14 days. Away back in the
'years of the middle fifties she moved
wi;!; her parents to Cass county. Ne
braska, where she gr-rv np to yuui.a
j womanhood. She lived there until
July 2'J. 1S74, when he was untied
in marriage to Mi'tou Sialford. m'
larinda. Iowa. With Imt young hus-
I? m-'.i. slie wet.t .to i 1 : : r 1 1 ; ta, waer
, her iiome lias be. u e-r si
the exc pt 1011 01 hv.' yeai
J Six chihlr'ii -.vcre !,
r. nion- tv.-o of them. II.
dyi:.g ia infa ncy. 'i'lie
t ci; i l.r eu a re .M Joint
Norton. Kan.-as: '.:' I
i"'-rr ! liur.r. S .utii Dak..
and Goods Wishes!
Sent in cordia! appreciation
of the only asset that money
YOUR GOOD WILL
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OJll (O ICIMJ
,y a ;id Carl. S
ii ; s r
J:u:.-- W. T.
'in .! on- the
i -or;.::l at A.'r.
er I'f'iiV" 111.
irivinsr il:e doctors
t of r
had his 1.
'-i'lers of t!o.
ay and iii hereat'-'
paper. lie is now
:i theie pre c: ice
Col. .1. R. .-eypoldt was a visitor in
11:. 1 tsmouth last Tuesday, being call-
i thi-re to look after some business
matters. f'e drove up in his car
a id say he found the roads pretty
THH IV. K. P'JLS
ill always carry a complete line of
rare, Pzlnis? Oils, Farm
GAGOLir.S EMOirJEG and REPAIRS!
Ve do all hind1? of tin ivcrk, heating and plumbing,
end will also save you -money on furniture orders.
Com- in and rjet our prices on everything in our line.
We v- iil treat you right and save you money.
Y curs for "Real ervice?'
re he was looking after som
tmsinefs matters lor a snort tune. 1
W. J. Philpot was a passenger to'
Omaha L st Sunday. g(dng to visit ,
with the family and to see about the
te.der market at the South side.
Don c. Rhoden and wile were vis-!
iters over i hristmas at the home 01
their son, Alex Rhoden and family,
and enjoved a most excellent time.
Miss Catherine Drown, who lias1
been attending school at Lincoln,!
was a visitor at the home of her par-;
cuts. J. IL Urown and wife, for the
Mis; Clara Lee Young, who is
employed as a clerk in the Rurlinu-;
ton shops at Plattsniouth. was an'
over Sunday guest of friends anil
relatives in Murray. j
"larencc MoCIeliand. of Des Moin
s. Iowa, who has been spending the
"hr:i::ias season at the home of his
i'rii ml. ML-s Margery Walker, return
ed to his home last Monday.
Martlia liaumeister. of Platts
mouth arrived in Murray last Tues
day morning and is doing some
dressmaking at the homes of Mrs.
Will Dull and Mrs. Searl Davis.
.".ir. HI i M. Smith, of I'nion. was
a vi-itor in Murray for a short time
b.'-'t Tuesday, coming to consult i .".-.
i".'i!;del and lireiub 1. She was a:.
oir. pa n ied by her two small son:.
Charles Carroil had his 'earn shod
as the roads are getting rather icy
for driving, of which he has a good
d.-a t;j P, conveying the doctors
hack and forth among their rural
pa tie.', s.
'diaries Kenm-dv. who has been
visit iusr with his father end other
friends in Murray over the Christmas
season, departed last Sunday even in,
for Lenox. Iowa, where he is em
ployed in a garage.
C. K. Troop, of Flat tmo'.'th. one
of the directors of the Murray Farmer:-
Klevator company, was a business
visitor in Murray last Monday, com
ing to j.ttend the meeting of Cue
borrd of directors of ilmt lompuny.
Kverett LaRae. the gentlemanly
little clerk at the drug store, ha
ben having a u;sle with tiie grip,
but we are glad to sav troubles
011 1 .
and i' is hoped will soon 1
e road to recovery.
j;. Itanning. senior member
ionard M. Sta!"urrl. of t!it
L-itn t' the F. S. arm;.'.
'K Ilarri.-j. of Chu-inda
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a nd M r--.
.f I'.ar.ninsr & Nick. 1.-. was a
1 r..-i:iess vi.-itor in Murray h! Tues
day, coming to look after some busi
ness at the yard here, ami returning
home in the evening.
Dr. J. F. P.rendel anil family were
visitors in Lincoln for a fe-.v d:;.-. s
last week, being guests jit the home
if the parents of Mrs. llrembd, and
enjoying the Christmas tide. Dr.
Lrendel reiuriieJ home Friday, bar
Mrs. Lrendel and Richard :
until Sunday evening.
ih the '.u.sbar.d arc
k fr to mourn the kr-s of a devote;
mother arid a faithful wife. Resides
the immediate family she jeavi.s a
sister, .Mrs. .Jane Lack, of Los Ar,-,
gcdes. California. a i:1 a b rot tier. 1
David A. Yu.mg. id" Murray. Nebr. '
When a yuisng girl she gave- her!
heart to her Heavenly Father an -;
joine'I The Mithoilist Kpiscopalj
church, of which orga nixatiuii :!.e
ALF GANSEMER, Proprietor
a i tied
f e. e-
! v. as
k en a fithful meiiit er all ol .
years. Her failli never 1';.;
eve:i as her IV et touched tl.e
.vater.J of death. Her .sic'.;-u-s-f
very brie f duration - - ju.-.t
They Tid Excellent Work
Among those who did excellent
i work in the preparation ( f tl-
hristn.as tree and securing funds
for the same were Mr. and .Mrs. J.
Ii. Rrown. the former being one of
those who went to the home of Nick
' Fried rich and secured the tree, help
ing to plant it in the streets litre,
while his good wife was vt ry in
strumental in securiug the large 1 i t
of contributors, who gave s.i frely t
!!l:is laudable enterprise.
Iltld Direct on," I lectin
Last Monday .there was a meeting
of the directors of the Farmers . K'e
ator company in Murray, at which
these ollicials got together to look
; iter some -matters in order to hae
voryt Jiing in shape for the meet ing
f e the stockholders which will be
! i l next Monday. January .th. The
company has done an excellent ba-i-here
and has made some mor.ev
'" -sides getting the best, of prices for
the 'grain which the mem' rs sh i;;-
from time to time. :
rs. l:i.e :-!i-Moil to Pave u pr-
:-en!;iitr.r of her imperilling dopar-l
x TV. for to !: : husband, as she t ;.-!
(ierly cared for him. ih-e said, tiiat j
she would leave' him a: 'hri.-tnm s.
She was jrejiarel to go and went ::v
one who would take a long journey;
to u .better land. An elotiue-.it tribute:
was paid to her by her husband whoj
:jid, "She was truly a Christian,'
woman, for I had a chance to know.''!
Nothing beter (oulu have be-n s.tf-i. j
Siie will be laid away today in1
the midst of her entire living family
and friends. In the language of th-M
rime! hi far
T. J. Rrend'.!, wliu hi'- o
rmali fan 1 ju:t out of M-.rra
e-ei.-idv-ral.ie tin:". ims oisp
the same to J1-.-.0 Yalb ry a ft
ee-o fir 7.41. or Ji''!'..", o p
his is the Season
to protect your hog's in order so avoid loss by death
and disease. We carry a full line of Stock Remedies,
Tonic?, Etc. Dry Dip to keep them free from lice,
We both loose when vou neglect these things.
1 rrji 1
n a w
w 1 1
larm t lie
!T acre. I
Vou enn add to iho prosperity cf
y tzz3 yv
by srivi.'c- Why not srivo 15c per pound on
this Coffee? -High-Grade
Poaberry Gof fee
have vanished ami the little fellow
n'.v feeling orettv br.e. thank vou
Chester Shrader was a visitor for
he part lev.- days at the home of
his parents in Omaha, and also of his
grandparents, Z. W. Shrader, who re
side in the same city. Needless To
say, he enjoyed the occasion of his
Larl Jenkins and wife, of Rosalie,
were visitors in Murray for a few
days past, having driven down last
Friday to call on relatives and old
friends for a sliort time. They re
. -.lined home the same way. depart
ing from here Tuesday morning.
'.. W. Shrader was a visitor in Ne-
biaska City Monday, where lie was
looking after some business matters.
ind on his return visited at the
home of his brother-, George Shrader,
vho has been sick for a long time.
and who is now slowly recovering
T. J. Rrendci was a business visi
tor in vNeliii'.vka and Weeping Water
several davs th- fore part of the
week, where lie was looking after
me matters for the insurance com
pany he represents. lie arrived home
Wednesday evening in time to spend
Phillip Lambert Improving
Phillip Lambert, the paii-ter. who
was injored by falling from a load
i r ties in the railroad yards here a
.' -w weeks ago. and who was taken
i i . v. Omaha hospital, where h had
r lim' s set. is report-d as t'e'ting
.long nicely, but is u f 'ei i r.g sen.
i '-oni hed sores caused by the crumh-
;.;c of trie planer cast us d o lo bl
: is limbs in place. Otherwise In- is
getting along as well as couhl be expected.
Ladies Aid Scc-ie
The Toadies Aid Society
t tire home of Mrs. J. F. i
dnerday. Jr.nuary 7th. :"
t s met ting. Lvery merai
j preser t.
er a busi-
t lis of 1 1: e v
'l.r y yt ;iig ia:
iters of tie?
There are Four Boys ITcnv
Monday morning was a joyous time
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Shrader. Jr.. the occasion of their
happiness being due to .the arrival
of the fourth boy at their home, and
a merry, bouncing youngster he was.
C. F. Harris, grandfather now to an
even dozen youngsters, was wearing
smiles while circulating among the
boys about town, of dimensions so
l irge that no licht was needed. AH
oneerued are doing nicely, and it is
expecied that Grandpa Harris will
pr.Il throuah safely.
i-y. so prominent
t "e & county.
i i. e a
I ubl b-bed
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fe V:-' s l
CAR t FOR YOUR
; in receip
the New Year vith the folks.
-D. A. Young and Mrs. Kliza Young
returned a few days ago from Clar
iel.;, Iowa, where they had been to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Ellen
Stafford, who died recently at that
place. Mrs. Stafford was a sister of
Mr. Young and sister-in-law of
Mrs. L'liza Young.
Miss Ltlrol Lewis, one of the op
erators at the Lincoln Telephone
a id Te'cgraph company's exchange
a: I'l :1 tr mout h. was n visitor in
Morr-.iV Mmuhiv i-nrnin" ilinvn I neighbors
to visit for the day with her friend.
Mrs. Lucy Lvle, who is manager of
the tek phone office in Murray.
.Miss Helen Ninis. of Kansas City,
arrived in Murray last Tuesday and
is visiting at the home of her uncle
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Tutt.
and also will visit with her uncle,
.iu'.ir.. I'itz and wife, of IMattsniout h,
before returning home. She will be
here tiie greater part of the week.
Mi::s Yera Hatchett. assistant
chief operator of the Lincoln Tele
phone and Telegraph company, at
Havelock, was a visitor at the home
of her parents in this city over Sun
day. She was expecting to meet
lier uncle, whom she has not seen
since she was a child and whom Mr.
HateheM lfl,i 1;nt nu,t jnr ,iie j,ast
nearly twenty years. He is located
in Montana and was to have had a
sale after which he planned to come
east for a visit here and with his
father in Missouri, but on account of
the extremely cold weather in the
northwest and the large amount of
Mrs. Heiirj' Vette Better
Mrs. Ona Law tori, who has been
employed as a nurse at tJie home of
T'enry Vette. where she was caring
far Mrs. Vette. who underwent an
operation recently for appendicitis,
has found her patient so far recover
ed that her services could le dis
I r.si-d with and accordingly return
ed home a few days airo. The many
friends of Mrs. Vette in and about
Avoca. near where the family reside-,
a-; well as elsewhere, will be pleased
to know of .the recovery of this good
i.wiian, and wiil unite in wishing
that slie may soon be restored to her
t .inner good health.
17. with the subiect "A Free Ralloon
Flight in the North E. -t qu:.arant
cf an Intense Cvlone." The r.uthor
p.s-ed throu-h Lincoln recently on
his v.a y to attend the American Met
eorological society a: St. Leu's where
be is to read a paper cm seme pre
liminary steps in the making of free
rir. air pressure nnd wind charts,
j Mr. Meisir.ger ha- accepted a ;o5
j tion on the editorial staff of the Mis
! soiiri Weather Review and s at work
for the master s degree . in i.cerge
Wadi ingt on university.
During- the war Mr. Meisinger was
' a lieutenant cnginc-r. insprcti'ig and
installing meteorological stations in
the artilllery and aviation camps and
w; s met ecrologit at Fort Omaha
frcm which place the experience de
scribed in the above named bulletin
was bis lot or. March 2 0 last.
Guests at the Berger Home
There were present at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Berger for
Christmas dinner a large number of
and friends who enjoyed
the hospitality of this popular cotip
b' around the festal board and dur
ing the course of the afternoon. Mr. :
and .Mrs. K. M. Stiner and two
daughters. Lillian and Mildred, of
Lincoln, were among those present,
Mrs. St finer being a daughter of Mr. j
and Mrs. Rerger. Others present I
were Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Rrown and;
daughters. Misses Anna and Cather
ine, Mrs. Rrown being another of
tiie daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ber
ger; L. F. Trimpe and wife, of Oma
ha; Maldon Rrown, of Plattsmouth. :
and Clarence Rrown, of Murray. as!
well as their own son, George Bcr
ger, of Ness City, Kansas.
A ESS FOE PROBATE OF WILL
This morning a petition was filed
by Philip G. Her.nings asking for
the probate of the will of Charles C.
T'ennincs. deceased, and naming. in
tin- petition. Charles il.' J. Hrunings
as a suitable person for administrator
of he estate. Thi- estate is listed
as consisting- of real e-tale of the
value of $40,000 and personal prop
erty valued at $2,500.
We are prepared to give special care to storage
batteries, bo'h those usep in autos and lighting' plants.
Ve have a large assortment of parts and an 3xcellent
workman. We can repair and replace cells, giving
absolute assurance of satisfaction.
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which lias all niotordom on its tiptoes is
floor. It is all that we promised and
it you are going to nave a sale. lo
not fril to arrange vith me f-T fur
nishing of Lunch. Most t:p-to-daie
equipment in Cass countv. Write or
phone No. 2SI2.
Gave Them Finishing Touch
Frank R. Gobelman. of Platts
mouth, the decorator and painter,
was a visitor in Murray last Tues
day, coming to do some finishing on
a lumber of trucks that have been
rebuilt nt the Puis garafco.
Mr. Gobelman is a finished paint-
M tr rra v, Nebraska .
;Alvays Ready for Sale
er and decorator and surelv rim a
snow, he had to postpone his sale nice piece of work on the trucks,
and will come as soon as he can ar-1 And w hen it comes to matters of
range to hold it. workmanship in the car line, the
Miss Wilma Tark, who was in the Puis garage is an excellent place to
hospital at Omaha for several days, i hav work done and done correct.
where sue underwent an operation This is evidenced by the excellent Telephone 1511
Dates far or near.
SATISFACTION OR 310 PAY!
REVERSE ALL. CALLS
THE NEW VF.LIK.
here- -on our salesroom
You must SEE THE CAR to appreciate the striking beauty
of its new Siraif-ht Line. Hich Cowl Rody Design Distinctive Ra
diator and Hood Revel-Border Fenders Octagonal ( Lamps. And
vou must TRY TIIE car to know what the sensational new motor
ii.es. THIS IS TIIE FIRST SLOWING of the greatest automo
tive engineering faat of a decade. Burns low grade oij. Has more
responsive power more speed no vibration no n6ise. Costs
less to run.
Comejn and see the car the first authoritative example of
TODAY S beauty and sfyle. Ride in it. Judge for yourself how
far in advai ce of the ordinary the new Velio is! There are Five
. Puis Garage,
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