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MONDAY, MAY.: 29, 1922.
,PIATTSMOUTHSEIn-WEEKLY . JOTJBNAL
tne service df the
PREPARED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE JOURNAL.
Am Hero to Sorve You!
Notwithstanding the interference by the fire fiend,
I am still here to give service to the farmer in supplying
their wants and needs in the line of farming machinery
and repairs. We have the agency for the International
line, including McCormick and Deering harvesting ma
chinery and the tillage machinery, including plows,
discs, cultivators and in fact anything in the farming
machinery line I can furnish you. Repairs for all and
any kind of farm utensils. I would like to give you
service. Phone 1 4-J.
:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
Case Farming Machinery!
I have the agency for the full line of Case farming machin
ery. Snch as Plows, Tractors, Threshing Machinery, Haying
Machinery and fn fact a full and complete line. We can fur
nish all kinds of repairs. See us, we will make it well worth
A. H. WARD,
Phone Fo.7-W Murdock, Web.
To the Peopfe cf F.lurdocFc and Vicinity:
When you buy Petroleum Products from. us you are patro
nizing a strictly HOWE CONCERN, not an eastern corporation.
We pay our taxes and spend our money in Cass county. Our
Penn Franfclin Motor and Tractor Oils are a pure Pennsylva
nia product - every drop made from Pennsylvania crude and
shipped direct from Pennsylvania. We buy in car load lots,
thereby getting the rock bottom price. Remember Pennsyl
vania oils will not carbon your motor, will stand up under ter
rific heat and will wear longer. See our Mr. Schafer for sam
ples and prices.
-GEO. TRUfiKEflBQLZ OIL GOHPAUY-
All kinds of mower sections, $1.25 ! short time with relatives and' old
per box of 25. J. H. Buck. tf-M friends.
" Fred A. Stock was a visitor inl E. W. Thimgan, the garage man.
Omaha l;;st Thursdas', where he was
looking after some business for the
Little Mary Helen Pothast has been
suffering from a case of the chicken
pox, but is doing as well as could be
Mrs. H. P.odanz and son, Daniel,
of Wahoo, was visiting here for a
the Sieason and
Everything is favorable to
men who buy a summer's
supply of athletic underwear
here this week.
Garment styles that prefer
the "brand of weather" to
go with them and prices
that will please all lead to
a gratifying Change" from
medium weights to
The fine quality of "ALLEN
A" Summerwear appeals to
all men who look for and ex
pect the better things of life.
We offer a complete range of
sizes for Men and Boys
Union Suits of light; cool
comfortable Sill:, Soisette,
Madras or mercerized net.
Prices on a few of these
splendid garments follow:
at the home of a brother of Mrs.
Welton, Mr. J. H. Buck and family.
Mis3 Estella Trltsch, who has been
teaching at the Rose Valley school
during the past year, having closed
her school last Friday, returned to
her home, in Plattsmouth. . Miss
Tritsch has made an exceptionally
Miss Viola Everett, who Is the
leading saleslady at the Bauer &
Kraft store in Murdock was a pas
senger last Thursday . to Lincoln
where she went , to make purchases
for the business firm with which she
Miss Amanda Stroy, wno has been
teaching in the schools at Merna,
and where she has made ah excep
tionally good record, and with the
closing of the school there has re
turned home for the summer, and ar
rived here last Tuesday.
Track foreman of the Rock Island
has been with his crew or workmen
working in conjunction with the
track crew of the Burlington pre
paring to put In a new crossing
where the Burlington and the Rock
Island intersect at South Bend. They
will put in a heavy rock foundation
before installing the new crossing.
The Rev. I. Laipply, pastor Of the
church In Murdock departed on last
Thursday evening for Milford. where
he went to attend the graduating
exercises of the Milford schools, two
of his grandchildren completing the
high school course there this year.
From there he went to DeWitt, where
he officiated at the funeral of a form
er member of the church to which he
Cultivator shovels sharpened and
readv for use. Price $4.00. J. H.
Mrs. L. Neitzel, who has been ill
for the past flve months and has re
ceived much treatments and suffered
much during the time, is now doing
nicely and is at this time so she is
able to get around and is doing her
house work, though a little trying
on her strength, but which Is gain
ing with every day, and she is well
pleased with the good improvement
she is at this time having.
Miss Naomi Coglizer, who has
been with the Murdock Mercantile
company for some time past, coming
from Omaha to work at the institu
tion here, with the closing of this
month will discontinue her services
here and accept again the position
from which she came at an Increased
salary. Miss Coglizer has made an
excellent saleslady and leaves here
with many very warm friends.
George Dalrymple and Sidney H
Strome of Omaha arrived in
dock last Thursday evening and im
mediately went to work with the
Dusterhoff shops and will assist In
caring for the work which Mr. Dus
terhoff now has on hand and will
A number from here attended the
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petrate a joke on the banqueters, ! "l i,iia-" am xh-
slipped the ice cream away just be-!woTod- ,
fore the banquet was to begin. After' - R. Stanley accompanied by H.
some anxietv on the part of those giv-, p- Hl.nd3 autoed to Lincoln Saturday
ing the banquet the coveted dainty ; ino".,? . ,, ,
was returned and till. went well as k v. 1,1 TanEvery is on the sick list
The home had been.1"" ,
o. a. jacKman accompanieu Dy ai.
decorated in the two class colors, the
colors of the Juniors being scarlet
and cream .while that of the Senior
class was pink.
. An excellent banquet was . prepar
ed by the members of the Junior
class, which consisted of five mem-
ueis, " t but is now able to be uu and around.
man, urace uaKeuieier, iare scneei, . . yv(,. .
Harold Luet-1., .;.,.,,',
E. McDonald autoed to Lincoln Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Golden and
family. Miss Esther Muth autoed to
Lincoln Saturday morning.
Ollie Allis has been home for the
past week, having been quite sick
Mary Rush and Master
chens. The members of the Senior:
class being Misses Selma Schliefert,
Dell and Alina Oehlerking and Mas
ter Richard Tool. Four members of
the- Freshmen and Sophomore classes
served during the banquet, they be
ing Misses Irene McDonald, Hilde-
B&&i B.tUSa ' Hennetta Bauer'to Lewiston Saturday and spent
an?..ut,?rt2?i, - - Uy Pr with Mr. Lane's brotl
Miss Clara Scheel was chosen asj
ily autoed to Lincoln Sunday and
spent the day with Grandma Wil
son. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. -Jackman and
family spent Sunday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cole
and family. . . '
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lane autoed
, ! and family.
t mumps and back in the store. It
i"ov" -""r "rr.-r r " : Air. w. s. . naraway is
sonded to were as follows: "Jun
, i j i 1 ",.v,i 1,: . t
"Union," Hiss Marssret Shephard, LaVerna and Irene Gibson of
one of the teachers; "Nothing," byiuw onont r tv,0
f, I week with their cousins, Marion and j
Meta-Reichman; "Ihside," by
Mies Helen Gakemeier; "Opinions,
by Richard Tool; "Realities," Miss
Mary Rash; "Seniors," Professor H.
The closing cf the banquet was
made more pleasant by the wish of
Several from here autoed to Platts- 1
mouth Saturday evening and attend- ;
ed the carnival that had been go- j
ing for the past week. j
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Colbert and
This is a rheumatism of the nius-i
was a visitor In Omaha last Tuesday,
going on the noon train and remain
ing for over night.
Charles Long and wife and Mrs. C.
L. Miller were visiting in Lincoln
last Thursday, making the trip in
the auto of Mr. Long.
Little Varona Landholm is suffer
ing at this time from pink-eye, which
is giving her some trouble, but she
is getting along nicely.
J. H. Buck was a visitor last Tues
day at Ashland, where he was call
ed to - look after some matters of
business for a short time.
August and Herman Wendt were
visiting and looking after some busi
ness matters in Plattsmouth on last
Saturday, driving over in their auto.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Veach of Lin
coln "are rejoicing over the arrival
of a son at their home last Satur
day, the con and parents are doing
Mr?. Lucy Lyle, manager of the
telephone exchange at Elmwood was
a visitor for over Sunday at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Buell,
south of Murdock.
A number of the young people of
rIun!ock and vicinity enjoyed at the
Modern Woodmen hall last Thursday
evening a very pleasant evening in
their social dance.
Mr3. Wm. Knaupe has been feel
ing very poorly for the past ten days
and was kept to her home and bed
for a number of days. She is so she
"can be up at the present time and is
Two . creameries came to Murdock
a short time since and then went
away again. Mr. E. K. Norton, who
has been here and has been handling
cream Is still here and can care for
; the business.
I Pitman and pitman boxes, sickle
heads, or anything in this line at
J. H. Buck's. tf-M.
While the nightwatchman's atten
tion was called 'to another portion of
the town, an entrance was made at
the Murdock Mercantile company's
store and sixty cents in money and
a pair of shoes taken.
John Amgwert and family were
visiting last Sunday at the home of
Louis Hite and wife of Chenery and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maves of Ben
nett. Mr. Amgwert with the family
drove over in their auto.
The Rev. Ostertag of Scottsbiuff,
has been visiting in Murdock at the
homes of a number of their friends
and especially with Grandma Thim
gan and with the families of Messrs
Matt and Edward Thimgan.
Speaking of the excellent rain
which came to the whole country, L
Xeitzel had to say that in Nebraska
it has always been his observation
that the rain always comes fifteen
minutes before it is too late.
Mr. H. A. Guthman of the Bank
of Murdock. which bv the wav i rtntt
lot the most substantial banks in the
country; departed last Wednesday for
Lincoln, where he was In attendance
jat the district bankers' convention.
, Mrs. A. A. Welton and sons, Ken
neth, Ralph and Alvin, of Guernsey,
i Wyoming, arrived in Murdock a
the junior wnicn as. 10 tne en-,family spent Saturday at the home,
iors May each step of your future of Mrs Colbert's sister and family,'
life be upward, a pleasure to yourself Mr And Mrs j w Jones of Earle. i
and a blessing to your fel'ow man. 1 M- E(1 rjorr nasscd awav Fridav ,
The Juniors." evening about 11 o'clock. The fu-
The evening following the toasts ' nerai services were held Monday af
and banquet was filled with social I ternoon at the Baptist church. The
conversation, music anu songs. DO(jy v-ras laid In the Wabash cenie- ;
mUfAIirtl Olirrrn' -Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dehning and
WUhlCfl OUrrL 1 family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dehning
' I ing and Mr. Ed Krecklow autoed to
Many Plattsmouth Women are Learn-! north of Lincoln and visited withj
ir.tr fhi Tantip i relatives.
ing tne tause. j Mrg A M VanEvery was a pas !
Women often suffer, not knowing ' gto incoin Saturday
e. headache, dizziness, ner-; Kath- v VSnl ;
VO US 11 GSS, i f t x ti t
Irregular urinary passages, weak- gquJres caHed tQ Qmaha j
ness, languor . , . d , t k b f hig
Tnh, Mnf t ' L,, ' daughters, Mrs. Woolheiers. She was
Together bint at weakened kid- i0perated on for appendicitis. Mr.!
ciriKe at uue Bi iu throe sons caRie in Saturday evening.
Nc other remedy, more highly en-
Mur-lorsed than Doan's Kidney Pills.
Recommended by thousands
Endorsed at home.
lit rn'a rnn vinrin? tpstimnnv from i k Tt r.mno on onil. !
--3 -. ejea J L 1 11 U Ul&lH. l. Wlli V OUU i
a Plattsmouth citizen. . , . & . . ! denly and is quite painful. Every j
Mr3. Joseph Altman, 327 Chicago movement aggravates the disease. Goj
allow of his getting caught up with! avenue, Flattsmouta,. says; l naq to Jed. keep quiet and have Cham-
the work which has been pressing at an attacK or trie nu and it leit my berlain's Liniment applied and as
this time. The force of now five men back in a weak and tired condition 0ui?k recovery may be expected. Mrs. j
are making excellent progress on the and my kidneys were weak. Some- p. j. Dann, Erockport, N. Y.. writes: j
Christian church at Elmwood and times I could hardly bend at my t ran honestly sy that Chamber-'
which Mr. Dusterhoff and lis men housework on account of the sharp ain'r. Liniment cured me of lumbago i
are decorating in the most approved stitches in the small of my back and a year ajro ast summer. When I be-(
manner. ; through my kidneys. I felt weak all -an using it, I was flat on my back1
lover. I had-heard so much about in bed and could not turn to the left!
High School Picnic j uoar. s Kianey J-uis neiping otner or richt. I had a bottle of Chamber-j
Kfvi avniuita that tho rothflrincr
would have been on the lawn of the M7 trub3e f "
of the persistent raining it was de- Ior dnei' "medy g et -
cided to have the gathering indoors. Pan s Kidney Pills the same that. Poughkeepsie, X. Y., May 25.
" r ni -- -i r -f i. 'y-w r- r i I rn ...
i "u"1" itu. x-u-.i-utiuuiu bounty autnonties tomgnt expressed
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. doubt that Frank A. (Mac) Doran of
' Chicago, arrested today near Fish
' kill village, had any connection with
the murder of William Desmond Tay
lor, motion picture director. Doran
! asserted that he could not remember
' having told Herbert Harnhart of Wa
terbury. Conn., a chauffeur, who
caused his arrest, that he had been
implicated in the killing. The arrest
' followed an all night taxicab ride
, from Waterbury, during which at
the Doint of a revolver, Doran forc-
! cd Barnhart to drive him to Dutch-
dbes hot ceasb with th2 acctfrnplistied tohtract.
talce pleasure in iuggtf tioiii Fcir furnishings.
It rhhy be oF value to you
to have your drapsries especi
ally designed .o match your
new Wall in color or design
or to receive other sugges
tions pertaining to make your
interior decorating a . com
We aim to serve as
inttead of interior PAINTERS!
It will be wise to get reservations NOW
for August for Fall work!
Prospects are pending new for Fall and Winter.
Why Not Call Today!
Thursday the annual picnic vt-i "V" "JU uct" """"" ? i inn s Liniment in tne nouse ano mis
at the high school building 11 "' " was appuci to my Dacs. ii prompt- .
Murdock schools, with a very ' a: . u"e UUi ,r WT t Y aWRy P 3 acnes-
xw'A f tt ottnrionno Tt hart vx o xa u& w 44 "v eyricu oc naufdua.
use and I have not had a sign of any
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't NOT IMPRESSED BY HIS STORY
However, they had a good time.
Royal Neighbors Meeting ! .,
Last Thursday after some days of AJNX4lJi4CES SERUM FOR
very damp weather the. members of j SLEEPING SICKNESS
the Royal Neighbors of America met i
at the home of Mrs. Jesse Landholm. ;
where they enjoyed one of the best '
meetings of the season. Mrs. Land
holm was prepared for the occasion
with a very beautifully decorated
home, where flowers of the season !
St. Louis, May 26. A serum,
which wen injected into humans in
the early stages of sleeping sickness,
has produced a cure, has been dis
covered by Dr. E. C. Rosenow of Ro
chester, Minn., he announced today
Wq Are Headquarters
GAS ENGINES ENGINE OILS TRACTOR OIL
Harvester Oil Axle Grease Hard Oils
All Kinds of Motor Oil
ALL STANDARD MAKES OF TIRES AND TUBES
Two passenger roadster $ 895
Five passenger touring 935
Three passenger roadster 1365
Three passenger coupe 1295
Five passenger touring 1395
Five passenger sedan 1395
Seven passenger touring 1585
Three passenger coupe 1885
Four passenger coupe 2075
Five passenger sedan 2165
Seven passenger sedan '. .. 2375
All Buicks F. 0. B. Flint, Michigan
MURDOCK -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
BRYAN AT LINCOLN, SEES
VERDICT IN PRIMARIES
:?nf 're?iLnde.d-ee.0f lit h"?;' Medical association.
1HK JL iue iiay uasncis, iue liitie, n m...... : i . ,T . ,
P-lrls who vere felected for the nnsi-! " llUBeu)w exmoiieu muiiuu pic- ess county, lie was tayiureu autr
f, Z ?a?JZi till 1,1 wtu"s of tae isolated and hitherto he had taken to the woods when
unknown germ whcih caused this
tion of serving, they being Marvel;
Amgwert and Mary Isabel Tool. Mes-
dames Louis Bornemeier and Frank
Buell were assistant hostesses and
when the matter of the very bad
roads was considered there was a
very large crowd present. Mr. J. E.
McHugh took the pictures of the girls
serving, they being represented as
The malady, it was explained, is
an improper functioning of the
brain, which produces unnatural
Barnhart fell exhausted at the wheel
of his cab.
Lincoln, May 26. W. J. Bryan
arrived here today to remain until
tomorrow night on his way east from
Los Angeles. He and Mrs. Bryan
made the 1,500-mile trip from San
Antonio, Tex., to the southern Cali
fornia city by automobile. Mr. Bryan
said Mrs. Bryan enjoyed the trip and
was benefited by it.
Asked if in his opinion there was
any significance in the victories of
former Senator Beveridge in Indiana
and Gifford Pinchot in Pennsylvania
Mr. Bryan replied:
"Yes, these successes are very sig
nificant. They show a decided reac
tion against the leadership of the
republican party, and that, of course,
brightens the prospects for the dem
ocrats. The greater the split between
tho reactionaries and progressives
in the republican party, the better
the democratic chances this fall and
two years hence."
Chanberlain's Tablets are Mild and
Gentle in Eject
The laxative effect of Chamber
lain3 Tablets is fo mild, and centle
that you can hardly realize tliat it
has been produced by a medicine.
Wcyrich & Hadraba.
Phone ns the newsl
sleepiness, or, contrarily, an unna- fj
tural waltpf ill ness. or. asrain. muscu- H
lar spasms, such a severe jerking of
the head. The. death rate is about
130 per cent. Dr. Rosenow stated.
Murdock Schools Close
The year 1922 of the Murdock
schools has drawn to a close and the
students are again out In life, those
of the graduation class ,to tackle the
problems of life and of the other
classes to return after a vacation.
The exercises were had Friday even
ing, the Rev. J. Hartman of the
Bredck church east of Murdock de
livering the principal address of fhe
evening. Mr. Hartman, who is a
pleasing speaker made an excellent
address which with the other exer
cises made a very worth while meet
ing. Those to graduate at this year
making the class of 1922 were Mr.
Richard Tool." Misses Selma Schlie
fert, Delia Oehlerking and Alma
To the citizens of Plattsmouth and
I Cass county, who, by their patronage
and assistance, made the recent car
nival such a splendid success, Hugh
J. Kearns post of the American Le- ,
gion desires to express their sincere .
thanks and appreciation to the good j
people of the city and county.
The Junior-Senior Banquet
The graduates of the Murdock
schools and those of Murdock who
have graduated at the Elmwood high
school, will endeavor to organize an
alumni for the Murdock high school
and which Is expected to take form
in the near future.
Will Endeavor to Organize Alumni
. Last Wednesday, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Thimgan, the
Junior class of the Murdock high
school or that class which is to grad
uate in 1923 entertained the Senior
place vtv f Vi A rna r Mn4nrv ViX.
at a regular banquet at which a most Eecure Jcl?- J l
Rumley Oil Pull Tractors Makes the Best Record!
Four and six-sevenths acres. Sub.
lot nine (9) of original lot nine (9)
in Porter Place addition to Platts
mouth. Will take Ford or Dodge car
as part payment.
F. G. BOBBETT,
Weeping Water, Neb.
By order of the court the under
signed was appointed receiver of the
B. G. Dovey & son store, rariies .
owing the above firm are requested i
to settle their accounts immediately.!'
JOHN F. G ORDER,
'lmod&w . . Receiver.
JUNE RED BOOK I
The new June Red Bocks are now
on sale at the Journal oSce. Call
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pleasant time was had. Some of the new Hearst s, laouon Picture, Pho-
short time since to visit for a while members of the high school to per- toplay and Classics are also here. .
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