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MONDAY. APRIL 26 1920
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOTHINAL
Miss Rachel Stander was in LJn-j
coin Saturday. I
Mrs. A. I. Bird and daughter. Miss
Marie, were Lincoln visitors Friday.1
Mrs. A. I. Bird returned Monday
from Waverly. where she visited rel
atives since Saturday.
S. C. Boyles shipped cattle andj
hogs to the South Omaha market, ac
companying the shipment.
P. J. Linen went to University
Place last Wednesday to stay with
his son. Verl Linch. who was ill.'
while the latter s wire atienaeu me
funeral of her grandfather, Paul
Well Work a Specialty
CALL ON US FOR ANY
THING LN OUR LINE
i Mrs. John Murtey is visiting rel
atives in Clay Center, Nebraska.
J. A. Shaffer visited over Sunday
with Fred Weaver in South Bend.
Miss Irene Friend and Miss Mil
dred Brown went to Lincoln Thurs
Mrs. Margaret Trewdson, of Lin
coln, who spent a few weeks recent
ly with her daughter, Mrs. E. G.
Harlan, has returned to her home.
Miss Bertha Bucknell - and Mr.
Alva Skinner were1 married in Lin
coln April 15th and left at once for
their new home In Canada. We ex
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Nickel left
last Thursday for Diller, Nebr., to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Nickel's
uncle, Jake Lottmann. They return
ed home Tuesday noon.
Miss Dell Sutton visited a couple
of days with her sister, Mrs. Tom
Sutton, of Chappel, Nebraska, who
is in an Omaha hospital, where she
underwent an operation last week.
Among those going to Lincoln on
Monday were Mrs. C. M. Jordan, Mr.
and Mrs. Dale S. Boyles, Wm. Ault
house, Mr. and Mrs. , H. L. Clapp,
Sam Hardnock and Mrs. George P.
The Senior class play, "Polly Lou,"
was given last Friday night at the
high school auditorium to a crowd
ed house and was a decided success.
The proceeds amounted to the . neat
sum of $162.00.
E. G. Harlan and J. W. Hanks
were Lincoln visitors Wednesday
forenoon. They were accompanied
home by the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Noah Harlan, of Lincoln,
who will spend a week here with
Buying Grain and Stock!
Farming only pays when the man who manages
the farm receives at least one half of the net income
from the farm.
Grain and stock should be bought by individual
buyers who take, an interest in keeping posted on the
1 Co-operative associations will never be a success
until they sell at least one-half their stock to their
Bring your Grain and Stock to us. Thirty-six
years" experience on "market conditions" and "grading
up" grain. Free to our customers.
Murtey-Curyea & Co.,
Grain and Lumber
We believe we can render any service to our cus
tomers than can be rendered by a country bank. We
are always ready to make good farm loans for long
terms at .reasonable rates. Our officers are well pre
pared to advise on problems of farm finance, manage
ment, accounting and on the legal matters with which
a farmer must now deal.
Deposits in This Bank are Protected by the Guaranty Fund
of the State of Nebraska
The Farmers and Merchants Bank,
S. f . HOY I.KS. Prm. I 1I.K S. IIOVI.KS, (anklrr Fl.Olt A II. (iAX, mnt.
.. M. IIOVI.KS, Yl-r-lrrf. ( AIIL I. Ci 7., A trr-Prn.
The Alvo National Farm Loan Association
S. C. BOYLES. President IAL.E S. BOYLES. Sec'y-Treas.
IIOl I.KS GAS, .tlrarr-at-Uw
A FULL LINE OF
International and John Dooro
Farming Implements. We also have all
kinds of grass and garden seeds, harness,
and a General Hardware Stock. We can
make you a good price on Deering stand
ard twine. Yours for service,
Mrs. George Philip Nickel
Catherine Eidenmiller was born
In Hesse Darnstadt, Germany, No
vember 5, 1847. When she was six
years of age, she came with her par
ents to the United States, settling at
From Pennsylvania she came with
her parents to Tazewell county. Il
linois, in 1864. Here she was mar
ried, in 1867. at Pekin. to George
P. -Nickel, and in the spring of 1875,
with 'her husband, came to Cass
county, Nebraska, settling on the
farm which has been her home con
tinuously since that time.
Here were born and reared her
family of ten children, two of whom
died in early life and two after ar-'
riving at maturity. Those living are
Anna C, George P., Martin J., Louise. !
William and Nellie M. Nickel, all
residing in the vicinity of Alvo.
Mrs. Nickel was "baptised in the
Lutheran church when a child and
never united with any other church,
but was an attendant at the church
in Alvo as long as her health per
auoui a year ago ner xieanii ue-. g d comDany Diarits here. Thev
gan to rail and in octoner or last operate ,three plan9 fon the Sarpy
ypar she took to her bed. where she side of the river and two on
NR Tablets stop sick headaches,
relieve bilious attacks, tone and
regulate the eliminativ organs,
mako you feel fine.
" Better Than Pills For Liver Ills"
F. G. FRICKE & CO.
remained continuously until she was
released by death Monday, April 12,
1920, at the age of 72 years, 5
months and 7 days.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, George Philip Nickel, who
passed awayjn August, 1905. . Her
this side. Mr. Sunestrom has been
with the company for a number off
years and has been a most conscien-
tious and faithful worker and his
friends are pleased to know that the
company has recognized this fact." I
Richard Loberg has received word
immediate relatives inciuae jonn frnm uta hrnthor. Swan inhere- nf
Eidenmiller and Miss Mary Eiden- clay center. Kansas, saying that
miller and George Eidenmiller, of Mrs Loberg is in a hospital in Kan
Portland, Oregon. sa3 city for treatment for cancer of
The funeral was held at Elmwood tne stomach and is not making very
Wednesday afternoon, April 14th, favorable progress. She suffers a
conducted by Rev. E. A. Knight, of &reat deal but they are doing every
Alvo. Burial was made in the Elm- thing they can to relieve her suffer
wood cemetery. ings and effect her recovery. The
The many friends of the bereaved Louisville friends of the family will
- sis r7
v V Jk 9 ' mm: .
i v.ui -a r.-t'.v-" .. . "evs-v -v v..ui
family extend sincere sympathy.
Obituary Paul Frohlich
Paul Frohlich was born in Ger
many, June 29. 184S and died at
years. 10 months and 10 days. At "n.-!!!..!? d- dL?
the age of three years he came with
his parents to this country, they lo
cating near Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Here his early boyhood days were
spent and in 1869 he was united in
marriage to Miss Rachel Soflin and
to this union four children were
be sorry to learn of Mrs. Loberg's
Probably the happiest boy in town
Just at present is Marion Ossenkop
as their handsome new car has ar
rived and with summer at hand, he
ia certainly a beauty, a Stutz, and
is one of the best on the market. Mr
and Mrs. Ossenkop Have been con
siderably tied down by business and
with this fine car they will be able
to get out a little more than they
have heretofore and they are antici
wnYvtn miiAri T rtvm ont in Vl o nHQ
born ln880 Mr. Frohlich. with his "ft? nde "a tils T to
near Eagle, but later moving to Alvo,
wnere nis wire aiea on jviarcn ,, vranv Rphlater and familv
Rinio that time has marie C T : 1 1 . -
Plattsmouth the first evening it ar
rived to visit Mrs. Ossenkop's sister
P. Petersen. Louisville s veteran
shoemaker and a highly respected
his home with his daughter, Mrs.
Clyde w. lioyies. or Lincoln. nioneer citizen. Dassed his eighty
The funeral was held Wednesday fifth hirthdav last Tuesday. ADril
afternoon, April 14th, from the M. E. 20th. His daughter, Mrs. Claude
church in Alvo, being conducted by geiver, who lives with him. was un j
Rev. E. N. Tompkins, pastor of Trin- able to get the family together for
uy juemoam cnurcn at Lincoin ana a regular celebration, but she served
HE'S THE OLD RELIABLE
GRAND old "Bull". He's the best there
is. He sold over 300,000,000 bags last
You know genuine "Bull" Durham
never an enemy; millions of friends.
Genuine "Bull" Durham tobacco you.
can roll 50 cigarettes from one bag.
That's some inducement, nowadays.
burial was made In the Alvo ceme
tery beside his wife.
The deceased is survived by his
four children, Mrs. J. M. Robotham,
Burlington, Colo.; Mrs. C. C. Buck
nell, Alvo; George C. Frohlich and
Mrs. Clyde W. BoyleQ Lincoln, all
of whom were in attendance at the
. - j ji
a quiet iamiiy Diriuuay uiuuei i
honor of the occasion. . Mr. Petersen
was . born in Denmark and came to
America when a youn.g man. locat
ing first in Cincinnati He came to
Louisville in 1882 and has resided
here ever since. His wife passed
awav in 1904. Mr. Petersen has
funeral. Their many friends extend never lost his grasp of'the affairs of
sincere sympathy . to the bereaved the world and keeps himself well, in
relatives in their hour of grief. 1 tormed as to what is going on around
I him. ,
Card of Thanks I "
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to our friends for their many
acts of kindness and for the beau
tiful flowers sent us during the ill
ness and death of our beloved father.
Mrs. J. M. Robotham, Mrs. C. C. ;
Bucknell; Geo. C. Frohlich, Mrs.'
Clyde W. Boyles.
fr...;..!-,.,;,.! ; ; 1 I I U I II I
Mr. and Mrs. John Domingo are
expected home this evening from
California, where they have spent the
iSSisfcCN 10c .r : !
'..'iUJIji''. ' -M-
To pipe smokers :
Mix a little "BULL"
your favorite to
bacco. It's like sugar
in your coffee.
Installs Electric Pnmns
R. W. Stewart, the enterprising winter. j
pump dealer of Alvo, and withal a Dr- B- F- Brndel of Murray, county,
very genial gentleman, last Friday Physician, was in town Wednesday
installed the electric pumps on the morning. He had been out to Sher- 1
farms "of Charles Warner Sr., and man brans' home west of town to see
Mr. Frans. who Is afflicted with what
west of town, which are Klvinir the has been pronounced smallpox.
best nf Katisfnrtlnn Air Wnrnor Sr Mrs. Helen Wallick who had been
- . . . , ,
was recently nom
lc1atlltA n TlH ts-111
fore the fall election for the honor a trlct. chief, returned to rTr om a stay of several monthS at the
. . . . i'llltcmnnth ViinHdu strsn nv trio T in " . ucicc .'iiso
inated for the-lee- from Plattsmouth a few days "reJ?" make a valule helpmate to a message announcing tho illness
be a candidate bf- looking over matters at the telephone ?? 5?0eyoung tti Ch1Ce cf ner son' 0scar' who has 3ust come
.. .... De nffi HictriM hr t,, to We are unacquainted with the groom ,r 0 cto vQ
of representing Lancaster county in
that agust body of lawmakers.
Mr. Stewart's business is con
stantly increasing due to the careful
attention he gives to it.
Plattsmouth Sunday evening via Lin
coin, accompanied by her friend.
The Methodist Church .
We want to assure all the people
of this community that they are wel
come at . all the services of., our siacerely hoped that Harolds trout
church. This includes the services Me will not be serious as he has had
of the minister, in all the matters of his share. I
Interest to the community. We can- Word was received that Mrs. Dave
not go everywhere at once, but we Foltz of Omaha was in the Nicholas
Ruby has made no mistake in her st- Joseph hospital, where he un
Mi T t i a. Pnclor u hn ama nvr i it uusunuu. 1 lie weUQing utri w cm. a. ici J scrcic upciouuu. us
Saturday evening was vlry quiet on account of the r?- car and wife have been at' the J. D.
Harold Wiles was taken to a bos- !nA,f iat,f Nutzman' fathf,r , McBride borne on the South cide for
pltal at Omaha Thursday morning fne tb.rd,f-. The yunS couple wil davs and on Tuesday
Ha was accomnanipd bv his father make their -home on a farm near, tne Past Iew aas ana on 1 esav
llLT?VllS? K?5J Lt have been told the young man was taken with a
the last ten days and it was thougtt we JOIn our reaa.er8 in wishing them very severe attack of pleurisy that
became so serious, that it was thought
best to call the mother The last
reports from his bedside however,
state that he is doing very nicely
best that he go to. a hospital. It is a Prosperous and happy life.
SUFFERS SLIGHT BELAPSE
Yesterday Mrs. L.
u. Larson de t q thone-ht. the attack will
will go anywhere at once, if we are Senn hospital suffering from the af- Parted for South Omaha in response not produce any serious after-effects.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC.
I will not be responsible for any
bills contracted by my wife hereaf
ter and notice Is hereby given to the
public. 3td 2tw.
D. A. Young, one of the old resi
dents of Murray, was in the city yes
terday for a few hours looking af
ter some malters of business at the
We print everything bm son
and butter. Let us serve you.
needed, and you will but send us ter effects of the flu. For severa
the word. We are at the service of days she was in a critical condition - .
the entire community In our line, but word came from there Saturday m?W??
saying she was Improving slowly
Also her mother Mrs. Mary c. Daw-
Just as fully as your doctor. Use us.
E. A. KNIGHT,
H II I 1 II I 11 1 I 1 I II I i HI I H 1
son who is with ner aaugnter, Mrs
James Phllpot at Gandy, is reported X
very sick and the last word tha
came from there (Thursday last
week) stated that she was no bet- JX
Courier ' County Commissioner Harris was
- in town Monday morning while on a
j.,;. ..;,, ,,...t. f..; i . . ti3 way to the overshot bridge, three
: J and one-half miles north of town
.Fred Schleifert moved bis stock Mr. 'Harris has succeded in getting
cattle out on his farm southwest of ne M- p- R- R- to lessen tQe grade
towjs. this week, purchasing six head oI the approaches to this bridge,
of William Lau to add to his herd, ne work of which commenced Mon
which makes him fourteen head in' day. A better grade over this bridge J
all. His cousin. Andrew Schliefert will 1 a great favor to the farmers
will farm one of his eighties and he in that - community and even to all
will farm the balance himself, as- that go that way. t
siated by his son, Melvln. The .funeral of Mr. Fred Ronne
Mr. and Mrs. John Diers, of Ful- who died last Thursday morning was
lerton. Neb., arrived Saturday for an held Saturday afternoon at- 2:30 at
over Sunday visit with the W. F the M. E. church, services being con
Diers family. They spent the winter ducted by the pastor, Rev. W. F
in Florida and are on their way Haiskins. A large number of old J
home after an extensive eastern trip neighbors and friends from the farm f
during the course of which they vis- neighborhood attended to show their
ited many points of interest.' They esteem for this fine old man. Pall
spent Easter Sunday In Atlantic City bearers were Jim Terryberry, Thom- P
The stork left two sweet little as Akeson from the farm neighbor-
daughters .at the homes of Mr. and hood. Wm. Pankonin and Theodore i
Mrs. Henry Vogler and Mr, and Mrs Harms of Manley and Wm. Jameson
George Vogler. south of LouLsvill and Albie Hobson of Weeping Water.
recently, and the two brothers and ' Miss Ruby Nutzman and John X
wives are receiving the congratula Sweenie were quietly married at Ne
tions of their friends. At the Henry braska City Wednesday of last week.
Vogler home, the. little miss arrived flie bride is the daughter of the late
on Thursday, April 15th and at the Ernest Nutzman, Sr., and has resided V
George Vogler borne, she came on near Avoca all of her life. She has
Saturday, April 17th.' been teaching in Springfield -untl
Elmer Sundstrom has been maa 'tho nuRt vear. She is a charming
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Elmer bundstrom has been made the past year. She is a charming Ta.aaaa.. AAA LA AAAA iAAi!i Ay
general foreman of the Lyman-Rich and amiable young lady and we are M!ttM$t
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