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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1920.
( " Prepared in the Interest of the People
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Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow
Four p?r cent interest on time deposits.
Our deposits are protected by the State Guaranty Law.
SEESDAV CTHTC BAMff
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usinets transactions held in strict confidence
Your Personal Bank.
Charles Herron completed picking
his corn last Monday and now feels
pretty well pleased.
Dr. G. li. Gilmore was called to
Omaha last Tuesday to look after
M,nie professional business.
Louis i-'chuniuker of near Nehawka
w.ts (P.-!i rins; wheat at the Farmer's
iUva!:T at Murraylast Tuesday.
V.";'!!ace Philpht 'f Weeping Wa
tir. was ; visitor for a short time
in Ziurrpy last Tuesday afternoon.
Ir. I!. F. F.rendel was a visitor in
Oiii; hi l.;---t Tuesday, where he wa.-:
looking alter some business matters.
,tssf' McVey sirrived in Murray and
ill niuko his bi.i'e at tl:e Berber
hot:-- ; !" will ar-sist in the work at
!i;' h Ti:.
"i il and John Farris were
at ;)ie home of the latter
y :'.r.d dren.-ed a number of
Searle S. Davis was a visitor in
Murray Tuesday and Wednesday of
tiiis week, looking after some busi
ness tii h 1 1 rs.
V. ('.. -edeker was looking after
s n.e b-:..insp natters at the county
sent !at Tu"sday afternoon, driving'
W. Pi. Y0!l?G
Always Ready for Saie
Dates far or near.
SATISFACTION OK 170 PAY!
ItEVEKSK ALL, CALLS
Telephone 42S PlaliEmontli Exchange
Just another case of trying to get something for
nothing. Very foolish when we are making prices so
low that anyone can afford to replenish their needs.
LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS
Ladles sample niht gowns. Nicely finished and
worth vp to $3.50 ;on sale at $1.98
Outing flannel, per yd. 50c; now 25
Red Seal ginghams, were 50c; now 25
Percales, lights and darks, now 25
Mope muslin, was 40c a j'ard; now 25
66x76 blankets, some are sub wool, big bargain. . 2.98
of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Readers
The best credential any young
man can offer is proof of a good
It signifies good habits, ambi
tion, thrift and perseverance
all worthy characteristics that
A savings account is not only
a good character reference, but it
is also a good business investment.
So decide today not to delay.
-3 $33 S$SS SS
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over in his car.
V. W. Clarke of Union, was a vis
itor In Murray last Tuesday, coming
to look after some business matters
for a short time.
Attorney C. A. Rawls and wife of
; Plattsmouth. were visiting, at the
i home of Will S. Smith and wife of
i Murray last Sunday.
j Harry A. Creamer and wife were
guests at the home of Miss Etta Nick
els last Sunday, where they spent the
day. and enjoyed the occasion greatly.
Charles Mutz and wife from north
west of town, were visitiug and look
ing after some business matters at
Plrttsmouth last Tuesday afternoon.
James Hill and Frank Davis
brought tome twenty head of cattle
which they had on the Davis ranch
I in the west, and will feed them here.
; W. H. Pul- was looking after some
business matters in Omaha last Mon
day, driving over to the metropolis
! in his auto and returning in the af-
! Miss Oiga Minford. who is a stu
1 dent in the state university at Lin
coln, arrived home during the week
and will spend the vacation with her
E. J. Weyrich of Plattsmouth. was
! a visitor in Murray last Tuesday,
and was looking after some business
matters connected with the Edison
Rev. A. G. Hollowell of the Chris
tian church or both Plattsmouth and
Murray, was a visitor in Murray lat
Tuesday, making calls on the mem
bers of his church.
Jamr-s Hatchett was busily engaged
for the first part of the week, giving
the new addition of the elevator a
coat of red paint to match with the
oThe- part of the building.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bates of Rising City,
were visiting in Murray for a short
time the guests at the home of Dr. J.
F. Brendel, the ladies, Meadames
Brendel and Bates being sisters.
Bert L. Philpot of Weeping Water,
was a business visitor in Aiurray last
Tuesday, driving over in his new
baby Overland car.
Albert Young and wife were look
ing after some business matters and
also attending the minstrel show at
Plattsmouth last Tuesday evening.
Fred McCauley of Plattsmouth.
representing the Nebraska Gas and
Electric company, was a visitor in
town last Tuesday looking after the
reading of the meters of the company.
L. IL Puis and family and Fred
Meisinger and family are the guests
at -the home of Jacob Hild laid wife
for Thanksgiving, where they are all
enjoying the very pleasant occasion.
Charles Spika of Omaha, was a vis
itor in Murray for a short time and
was a guest at the home of Joseph
West, his brother-in-law. driving
down from the metropolis in his car.
Oregon Doudge and sister. Mrs. W.
L. McCarroll, were visiting in Murray
for a short time last Monday and
were consulting with Drs. Brendel &
Brendel regarding the health of Mr.
Mrs. Albert Lollis. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. 11. Hendricks, who has
been in Murray for some time past
on account of their poor health. de
parted for her home last Tuesday af
ternoon. Albert Jones who was injured at
the work with which he was helping
a short time ago, is kept to his bed.
but is slowly recovering. He has a
very lame back tut hopes to be able
to be out again sootr.
C. M. Reed has been having a very
uncomfortable time with a fellon on
his left thumb, which has caused
him great pain and also cost some
money as it has kept him from work
for a number of days.
Mrs. C. D. Spaneler was a visitor
in Plattsmouth last Monday for a
short time, taking Miss Margaret to
town, where she is attending the high
school and staying at the home of
Miss Grace Long, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Long, who has been
attending school at Omaha, arrived
home earlv this week for the re.
mainder of the week and will spend
Thanksgiving at her home.
li. C. Ijong shipped a car of hogs
to South Omaha last Tuesday and ac
companied them, they being trans
ported by Jarvas Lancaster. Jarvas
is doing quite a tit of trucking and
gives excellent satisfaction.
Mrs. LetT Rusterholtz and Mrs.
Wm. Patterson, who have'teen visit-1
ins at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Oaks of Kansas, for the past two
weeks, returned home a few days ago.
having enjoyed the visit greatly.
Mr. Patterson was called to Des
Moines a few days ago by the illness
of his mother who-As well advanced in
years, and who is reported as being
very ill. It is hoped that on his ar
rival he was able to find his mother
in better health.
Herman Dall. who is doinjj some
plumbing at the home of A. J. Engle
kemeier was a visitor in Murray for
a short time last Tuesday and also
looked after some business matters
at Plattsmouth before returning to
his heme in Manley.
Mrs. V. A. Murray, who has been
very sick at her home in Murray for
several days past, is reported as be
ing slightly improved and it is hoped
by her many friends that she may
soon be able to be out again and en
joying her accustomed good health.
Jean Roddy, son of James Roddy
and wife, near Union, is suffering
from a severe case of pneumonia, but
is getting the best of medical care
and nurr.ing, and it is expected that
after the run of the disease he will
have a rapid recovery. It is sin
cerely hoped that he will soon be
?,-ell and aboi:t again.
Harry Vantine and wife werv vis
iting at the home of Thomas Hanson
fur Sunday and were accompanied by
Arthur Hanson and in the evening
took Miss Christine Jaspersen to
Plattsmouth to catch the train for
Omaha, her heme, after having vis
ited at the home of Thomas Hanson
and family for a few days last week.
Miss Neva Latta. who is the direc
tor and instructor in the musical de
partment of the Emerson schools, ar
rived home during the week to be
present at Thanksgiving dinner at
the home of her father, S. G. Latta,
and to assist in entertaining the
guests of the family who will be pres-
'ent. An account of the occasion will
b given in the next ist ue of this pa
Guy Rurtr.a who makes his home
near Palmyra, was a visitor in Mur.
ray last Monday and returned in the
afternoon, taking his father J. H.
Burton, with him for a visit for some
time. Mr. Burton will spend Thanks
giving with his son and family. This
is the first time Mr. Burton has been
away since the accident last summer,
when he had his hip broken. Mr.
Burton is getting along nicely at
this ti:ur but the injury seems a long
r. J. Brcnuel who was a visitor
in uncom I st haiuruav and was
returning home ir. the evening hap
pened along just as a large car, which
was racing and on the wrong side of
the road, ran into and overturned the
car in which the Rev. L. W. Scott was
driving to Lincoln. Both cars were
badly damaged and Rev. Scott was se
verely injured. Mr. Brendel secured
a car to take Rev. Scott to Lincoln,
where he had his wounds dressed. He
is still in a very serious condition.
Driving Dangerously Fast.
Mike Grant, who resides at the
Missouri Pacific station, is mourning
the loss of his pet dog, which was
It uy of the readers of tbe
Journal Unov of oy social
erent or item of Interest In
this Ttcinltj. and will mill
itoe to thi office, ix wilX ap
pear under this beadlnc We
want ail neweiteme Smtob
gg"" iting at the home of Leora Farris last
run over by a passing auto which was , Sunday afternoon,
making good fifty miles per honr. I Margaret Dletl was a visitor 19.
The canine was buried by Mr. Frank . Plattsmouth, Saturday afternoon.
March. It looks like there should1 Hazle Davis was a visitor at the
be something done to stop the fast (bome of Muriel Wickham, Sunday,
driving through the streets of Murray f Lester and Clell Gansemer visaed
for some of these times it will be a .Charles Howard Saturday morning.
v.ii rn- ennio a p-pri Tiernn incttari off The high school bad a dress re
a dog. Probably some signs just out
side- of the city, limiting the speed
at which cars could travel, would be
a good thing. What do you think
Will Give a Bazaar.
The ladies of the Christian church
will hold a bazaar at the church par-
lors on December 11th, and it is de-i
j fired that all interested get actively '
after the matter and assist in inak-
nig this the excellent success it
fhouid be. Remember the time, place
and come and get your dinner and
supper with the ladies, who have an
enviable reputation for serving excel
John Perry Improving.
Jobn Perry, a brother of Mrs. C.
D. Spangler, who is making his home
at Lethrige. Canada, and who has
been sick for some time and but re
cently wasmpelled to go to a hos
piiai HI mai piatc iuj an uptiaiiuu.
A telegram was received from hisieignm oinnaay, many 01 ntr uu-uus
bedside a short time afterwards, and came to help her celebrate the event.
stated that he had rallied nicely and
hope were entertained that he
would be on the road to recovery in a
Making Good Progress With Walk.
The new walk which is being
placed between the school and town
is being laid rapidly and will soon, if
the weather permits, be in place and
ready for use. It is expected that the
entire walk will be completed by the
end of this week.
Ha-nd in Sling Seventeen Weeks.
Tli is week was the first in seven
teen weeks and a day that Oscar
Gapen was able to dispense with the
sling in which he. had carried his
arm ever since it was broken in the
middle of the summer. He is get
ting along nicely at present, but it
s not certain whether he will have
o submit to another operation on
the injured member, before entirely
recovering use of it or not.
Will Have Show This Week.
Lar t week the show which was :
scheduled to have been given at
Puis hall did nottake place as ad-'
vertised. The reason for that was
that when the people had assembled ,
and were ready for the show to be-1
ein. the electric lights went out and
did not come on again until Sunday
afternoon. The films were returned
to Omaha with the explanation that
they were not used and the com
pany, knowing of the excellence of
the reels and the disappointment in
not being able to see them, returned
them to Mr. Puis with instructions
to show them this coming Saturday
night. Therefore the pictures will
be shown this week, and all will be
fortunate who are able to attend the
show this time, as the feature pro-.
cram is well worth seeing. ;
Held Their Bazaar Wednesday
The ladies of the Lutheran church '
held their bazaar at the home or
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Englekemeier on
last Wednesday, at which time there
were a large number of the members
of the Aid society present. After the
business affairs of the meeting had
been transacted a social hour was'
most thoroughly enjoyed. The climax'
of the pleasant afternoon was reach-'
ed when the hostess and her assis
tants served the ladies in attendance
with dainty refreshments, in the
form of a very appetising luncheon.
Will Have New Pastor.
With the departure of the Rev.
Kutzendorff, who has been pastor of
the Lutheran church northwest of
Murray, the congregation of the
church here has ben successful in
securing the services of Rev. Kolich,
who has been in charge of a parish
at Denver and who will arrive in a
short time to take charge of the
work here. Rev. Kutzendorff has
accepted a call from a charge at
Hooper, Nebraska, where he has
gone to assume his new duties.
Otterbein Bazaar a Success.
The ladies of the Otterbein church
who gave the bazaar at the home
if Mrs. Levi Rusterholtz last Satur
day, were well satisfied with the re
sult of their labors. The afternoon
and evening was given over to the
occasion and the work of those par
ticipating was well rewarded, and
the crowds were large and enthusi
astic, which added to the enjoyment
of the occasion as well as to the
profit derived by the church from
Receipts from the dinner and sup
per which was-served together with
the money realized from other fea
tures of the bazaar swelled the total
to about $200 and the ladies having
charge wish to express their thanks
to all those who in any way con
tributed to the success of their
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mutz. living
northwest of town, had for Thanks
giving dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Young of Murray and Mr. and
Mrs. Torrence W. Fleming of "Weep
ing Water. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming
were former residents of this vicin
ity rfcd the coming together of
the&e three families was a very en
Murray School Notes.
Elsie Puis was on the sick last Sat
Mable Howard spent the week end
Hazle Davis visited Marie Puis one
night last week.
Lloyd Leyda visited west of Weep
ing Water Sunday.
Lois Scotten wa a Plattsmouth vis
itor Saturday afternoon.
Blanche and Lois Scotten were vis-
hearsal at the hs.ll Monday night.
Florence Bartlett and Lucile Clif
ton were absent from school Mon
day. Elizabeth McCracken was absent
from school four days last week on
account of illness.
Onal Homan and Kathleen Tilson
,erceived prizes for having the most
j headmarks In spell'ng.
Miss Nellie Warner came home
ith Mabel Howard Sundav nieht to
vis5t for a week or two
The third grade has been studying
about the Pilgrims and the first.
Thanksgiving, this week.
The school will be very pleased to
have the cement walks, then they
will not have to walk in the mud.
Our exhibit work was returned to
us from the state fair this week. Er
nest Eppings received first prize of
$1.25 for free hand cuttings illus
trating the days of the week. Charles
Sparer received two second prizes, one
$1.00. the other 75 cents.
Saturday being Margaret Puis
. Those present were atnenne ung
Margaret Long. Margaret Mrasek,
Mary Mrasek, Ruth Homan, Olof Gil
more. Leon Gansemer, Leona Puis.
Elizabeth McCracken, Marie, Lutz,
and Kathleen Tilson.
Barred Plymouth Rock Cockrels
1 have for sale some pure bred.
Barred Plymouth Rock cockrels. at
$2 each. D. A. Young Murray phone
1511, Murray, Neb. tf T's sw.
From Thursday' Dais.
Last evening Frank Miller, who is
working in the Burlington shops, de
parted for Omaha where he entered
Immanuel hospital and this morning
underwent an operation for appen
dicitis, which has been giving him a
great deal of trouble for some time.
Mr. Miller had been at the hospital
a number of times for different trou
bles, and underwent an operation of
two. and it looks like he has hau
his share of the trouble an suffering
incident to operations, for the cor
rection of bad health and trouble
FORMER DES MOINES
EDITOR DEAD AT AMES
Ames. Ia.. Nov. 23. John Watts,
who was editor of the Des Moines
Leader in died at Ames, Mon
day. The funeral was held at the
resdience of his daughter, Mrs. Mar
garet W. Sewers.
Mr. Watts came from New York
to Jefferson, left the Bee there to
foun the Ames IntelMgencer. went
to Des Moines where he was collector
of internal revenue after retiring
from the Leader and later went to
Ida Grove, leaving there for the west.
He was To years old.
WE WILL BUY CHICKENS AT ED
LTJTZ'S STORE ON
Saturday, Nov. 27
AND WILL PAY
SWIFT & COMPANY
Remember Saturday Lutz's Store
Stop that pain !
QUICK, vrarmm. Boofhrnir. eomfortrnr
rt lief follow en explication of Sloan's
liniment. Just slap it on the strained,
overworked muscle. Good for rheumatism,
too. fknelrakt tcithout rubbing.
Saturday, November 27th
and a two-reel comedy
'Off His Trolley
and a live news reel.
ADMISSION 15 and 25c
fcff Show starts promptly at 8:30 p. m.
Give Your Wife
Are you in need of a new cook stove? Our as
sortment of ranges is unsurpassed. Come in and see
what we have to offer you. Unusual values!
The time for heating stoves is also fast approach
ing. Do not wait until it is cold and then make the
family suffer while you come in to look after getting a
stove. Preparedness pays, you know.
Remember, we carry a full line of the best shelf
and heavy hardware which we sell at prices that will,
not only permit but encourage it's being used.
Good corn, 2 cans for 25c
Good peas, 2 cans for 25c
Butter Nut coffee, 3 lb. can $1.40
Butter Nut coffee, 1 lb. can 50c
Navy beans, 3 lbs. for 25c
Puritan flour, 4G-lb. sack for $2.98
Sugar, per 100 lbs $11.98
Men's overalls and jumpers, stifle stripe $1.98
Men's overalls and jumpers, heavy blue $2.29
Men's one-buckle heavy artics $2.75
Men's four-buckle heavy overshoes. . . . $4.50
Men's four-buckle U. S. all-rubber overshoes. . . .$4.50
Cold Weather is Here!
We have the auto ether to start the fliver
or gasoline engine these cold mornings; also
denatured alcohol for the radiator.
Start the pigs through the winter by feed
ing Standard or Hess Regulator and Tonic.
Wc carry both kinds; also Hess, Standard,
Pratts and Le Gear's Poultry Remedies.
Dip and Lice Killer, liquid and dry. Get
started right and harvest those high priced
eggs this winter.
A rure ruaranffed In ev-ry case accepted for treatrnem W to, lja
ur.-'- c-ared. V n'e for book on Bectai l'.es'. w ith - and t-..i-icli
er !ia'. l.Cf pr-:i.1r.er peer! h" l ave bee.i pernci-r- JT .
K. B. TAKET. baniteriun. P-r Trust BK1 ' u.l, vnn ir, aw
- U. L e. JoUoatoa. Moriioai Director.
Fistula-Pay When Cured
A mi(l BVftem ft treatment tliat tart Pilaa.
Fistula and other Ractal Pta?a s ahejt
timr, tvlthnu a eere Hurgical operation. N
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