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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1920)
PLATTSHGUTH SLmWffiHT JOUEHiX
KOjavJ. Eicon!!?.. 20, 1920.
PREPARED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE JOURNAL.
The Bank of EUilurdock
ALL DEPOSITS GUARANTEED UNDER THE DE
POSITORS GUARANTY FUND OF THE
STATE OF NEBRASKA.
CjWe conduct a general commercial banking busi
ness and solicit ycur account. We pay five per cent
interest on time deposits. Deed, mortgages, conveyances
and contracts are always given careful attention. If
3ou need such work done, ccme in. Don't forget that
the income tax for the year 1 920 will be due shortly
after March 1st, next, and that-we are here to assist you
in this matter. It would be well to get your figures to
gether now, and then complete them as soon as possible
after January 1st, and get this matter out of the way.
The Bank of Murdoch
"The Bank where You Feel at Home"
HENRY A. TOOL. President J. E. GUTHMANN, Vice-Pres.
H. A. GUTHMANN, Cashier
To the people of Murdock and vicinity, I wish to
announce that i have purchased the automobile busi
ness of Mr. William Gehrts and leased his workshop
and will in the future conduct a general repair shop.
I will also have a line of cars of the best makes to
offer for sale, together with a full line of accessories
and supplies for all makes of autos, and in the repair
department will haye one of the best of workmen the
country affords, besides myself, to look after the repair
An ad will appear in this space regularly, and I
urge that you watch for future announcements concern
ing the line of cars we will carry, as well as other ar
ticles which we will have to offer.
C. F. Ilite was a visitor in Lincoln
last Friday, where he" was looking
after Borne business.
Mr. Louis Schmidt was a visitor in
Lincoln last Tuesday, where he was
looking after some business.
Louis llornbeck and wife wore vis
iting for a short time last Thursday I
at Lincoln, where they were looKing
after some business matters.
George Mills was a visitor at the
home of friends a short distance
from Wabash, going last Thursday
and remaining for a couple of days.
Jess Landholm was a visitor In
Omaha during the first part of th
week, where he was looking aftei
lome business matters for a short
Edward Thimgan was a business
visitor in Omaha last Friday, where
he was called to care for some mat
ters pertaining to his line in thi
Edward Schmidt and wife of Lin
coin, were visiting in Murdock las
Sunday and were the guests at thf
home of Robert Williams and wif.
J. Johansen was a visitor in Lin
coin last Wednesday, where he drov
in his car to look after some busi
ness matters connected with hi
business in Murdock.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Hitchcock o'
Havekick, were in Murdock last wee''
coming to visit at the home of Mr. 1
Neitzel, who has been sick at 1
home for the past two weeks.
I Mesdames H. W. Tool and A. P.
Hornbeck were visiting with friend
in the caapital city and incidental!'
looking after some Christmas shop
pinsr as well. last Wednesday.
John Amgwert and brother, Hen
ry, both are having their henier
wired for electric lights, and M
Tohn Amcwert will also have the
lights installed in his barber shop.
Mrs. L. Amgwert was a passen
ger lat Thursday evenine fo
f'on"cil Bluffs where she Is visiting
for a short time at the home of hf
dfi'fhter, Mrs. Charles Letts ar('
Te children of Mr. and Mrs. O
V McDonald, who have been very
Pick for some time with the seoord
attack of measles, pre reported as be
intr much improved and are about
M". Iuis R-midi and babe, and
Mir Esther Schmidt were visitiii"
Lincoln during the fore par
the week, going to see the nlay of
"The Bird of Paradise," which was
E. W. Thimgan has had his home
wired for electric lights and will
have the job completed on the arriv
al of the chandeliers, which he is
having installed, and will be ready
when he current arrives.
J. E. McJIugh was a business vis
itor in Omaha last Tuesday, where
he went to look after the replenish
ing the .stock at the Mercantile
store in the line cf Christmas goods
and the stapel lines as well.
MUses Marie and Esther Schmidt
entertained for dinner last Monday
evening. .Miss Kuth Reeves, who de
parted for Trenton last week, where
she has accepted a position as teach
er in the schools at that place.
Miss Lena Towle of Lincoln, was
a visitor in muimock lor a lew uay
the first of the week, coming down
'ast Sunday and returning to he
ome on Tuesday, after visiting with
her sister. Mrs. J. E. McIIugh.
Miss Mary IJornemeier, who is a
urse located at Valentine, was a
-isitor at the home of her parents.
Simon Bornemeier east of Murdock,
oming to enjoy the Christmas hol
day. and to visit with other friends.
James Brittain and wife who
nake their home near Alliance, ar
rived here last Wednesday and will
isit for some time spe-nding fche
olidays at the home of the parents
f Mrs. Brittain. Mr. and Mrss. W. H.
Miss Mircheloff, who has been cra
loyed in Omaha, was a visitor in
er home at Elmwood last week and
n ber return was accompanied by
er mother, they both coming to
Turdock to Cake the train .-for the
Many farmers near Murdock are
coming greatly interested in the
'ectric lights, and will have their
mines connected up for both lights
"d power when the current reaches
Murdock and the stress of work Is
Harry Gillespie and wife, and Mrs.
tt. v. McDonald, and daushter Mfp
Trene. and son Bryan, were visiting
tv, TretroTo1is iact wek. spend
ing the day there and looking tfter
K.,ciecS as well as visiting
Mr. L. Neitzel returned last Thurs
'v from Omaha, where he has been
-e"eivine some treatment for lum
'ii'o. which has been causing him
-Mih suffering of lae. Dr. McD'--nodv
came last week and took Mr.
Voit7el to Omaha in his car for treat
ment. Charles SchefTer was a visitor in
Dmahn last Sunday, wher. he wj
t.e p-upt of his sister. Miss Carrie
baeflVr, who is at present in t"
i.osnital icoveHnsr after having un
derwent an operation there a short
time ago. Miss Shaeffer is report
ed as getting along nicely.
Henrv Amgwert has accepted a po-
i sit ion with the Murdock Mercantile
i com pan v and is assining in the work
i of caring for the business which
; comes to this popular institution.
! Mr. Amgwert is a very clever youn"
wan and will make a valuable addi
tion to the sales force of the institu
tion. Ed Thimgan has a new oil ser
vice station installed at his garage,
which by air pressure removes all
water which might be in the gas,
and thus makes the service the best
that can be had. This will be cf
special benefit during the cold weath
er when the cars are a little diffi
cult to start anyway.
They Will Soon Sline.
The electric light poles have been
set from the juncture of the Louis
ville Weeping Water line to Mur
dock, and most cf the poles which
are required in Murdock and many
of the houses wired for lighting
when the circuit reaches here. .-
number of the men have been given
a temporary lay off awaiting the ar
rival ft wire that it may be strung.
The work has been going along nice
ly and with much more expedition
than was expected, for the weather
has been very favorable as no frosty
or frozen ground had to be blasted
and the roads have been so the work
could go ahead nicely, and as a con
sequence the cost of the line to the
people of Murdock will be much less
Has Completed the Work.
Walter Ilillisa and his assistant.
Mr. H. C. Deahl. of Lincoln, who
have been engaged in fitting plumb
ing at the home of Chas. Long. hav
completed the work, and Mr. Deahl
is at present doing some plumbing
at the home of Albert Zeirot. north
west of Murdock. Meanwhile Wal
ter has been doing needed work on
his auto, while awaiting for the com
pletion of the work at Mr. Zeirot's.
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WmmT IT YCySELF WITH
THE DUSTERHOFF SHOPS
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Young Folks Enjoy Social Dance.
The young people of Murdock last
Wednesday and again on Friday eve
ning, enjoyed a social dance at which,
were well attended. The music was
furnished by members of the danc
ing party which added much to the
"njovment of the occasion, for many
yles of eteps and glides and whirl
were necessary to keep up with the
variety of numbers executed by the
New Business Firm.
Jess Landholm, the expert auto
njobilist has recently purchased the
accessories from Wm. Gehrts and
'eased the repair department of th
ehrts place and sufficient room for
his work and will in a short time
tiave Fome cars for sale here. He
has retained Orville Ingwerson. the
efficient mechanic, which has main
tained the excellence in the repair
department of the Gehrts garaee, who
will work with Mr. Landholm in
the future. Mr. Landholm will car
rv a supply of accessories and sup
nlies and le eouipped to make any
repairs or furnish anv parts which
may be reouired to make auoyuwpoZh
may be reouired in his line of busi
nes. . There appears an announce
ment of the oneninc of the busi
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WE GIVE YOU A YEAR TO PAY,
AND POSITIVELY PROTECT YOU
AGAINST LOSS IN CASE OF A
DECLINE IN PRICE.
COME IN AT CNCE AND LET
US EXFLAIN OUR NEW FLAN.
The Titan 1 0-20 has led the three-plow tractor field for
the past five years. Farmers have bought
over $70,000,000 worth of Titans
' y "fiS' :
3Y5r-TvTr" ?t-ns4Mf Lira i.3 hi m 3 1 fJ ZKi'XrS
a -for 6n?'7st?riQ.t wi vii..rv
ti is s J i i ."k n . ri -i t in.' i'-j i
Consider for a moment how much a
nice new necktie would be appreciated.
You can get them here in a wide range
of prices. Lustrous new silks 4-in-hands.
XMAS IS NEAR AT HAND DO
NOT DELAY BUYING TOO LONG!
LOOK AT THESE Watches for both
ladies and gents. Ladies Wrist Watches,
Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Stick Pins,
Vest and Coat Chains, Tie Clasps, Fine
Cameo Brooches, Rings for the ladies,
children and' gents, Silverware, Chests
cf Silver, Beautiful Cut Glass and China
Ware. Man' other articles on display.
Order your Xmas tree
now, so we can set one
aside for you right away.
! t i !
Why not an Eastman
Kodak for Xmas? Brown
ies for the boys and girls.
FELT SUPPERS FOR ALL THE FAMILY. YOU II BATH TOWELS, CENTER PIECES, AND FINE
COULD PICK NOTHING MORE DESIRABLE. TABLE LINEN. ALL WILL BE APPRECIATED.
Men 's Dress Shirts!
Why not buy Friend Husband some
thing useful? We also have scarfs and
hose, the latter in lisle, silk, wool and
wool-silk mixed. Ccme to our Men's
Denartment for ' good, practical gifts.
Murdock Mercantile Company,
CUR GROCERY DEPT. is equipped
to give you unexcelled service, not only
at Christmas time, but all the year. We
have Candied Fruits and Shelled Nuts
for this particular season, as well as a
large assortment of box and bulk candy.
We can suppy your wants in the line
of every good thing to eat for Xmas.
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