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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOUBNAL
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1922.
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John Peters of Omaha -was a visi
tor in Murdock last Thursday, spend
ing the day here with friends.
Mrs. Louis Watson, of Omaha,
has been visiting at the home of
l.er mother, Mrs. L. Amgwert, for
ti past few days.
Miss Carrie Schafer of Manley (
was visiting last week at the home
of her brother, Mr. Charles Schafer
ar.J other friends.
I. G. Hornbeck. Carl Schneider and
Licey McDonald were enjoying the
ball pame at "Weeping Water on last
Mrs. II. K. Hanson, of Sioux City,
Iowa, mother cf Mrs. O. J. Pothast.
has been visiting with her daughter
for the past few days.
O. W. Gillespie ha3 been busy
during the past few days unloading
a car of coal for H. W. Tool, which
came from West Virginia.
The house of W. T. Weddell is
going forward very satisfactory un
der the work and direction of Messrs
Matt and Victor Thimgan.
Mi33 Lillian Ringenberg. of Eustic,
has been spending the week at the
hme of her friends. Misse3 Helen
Anna and Alma Bornemeier.
Miss Anna Olson, of Alta, Iowa.!
has been visiting in Murdock for.
the past week, a guest at the home
of her frh-r.d. Mrs. O. J. PothaFt. J
Mis Martha Lau was looking af-j
tor the business at the telephone ex-1
change last J-hursday during the!
ah'Ttc of the regular operators.
Mr. P. C. Becker of Ackley, Iowa,
l a? been visiting in Murdock for the
past week, the guest at the home of
his uncle. Mr. H. A. Tool and fam
ily. C. E. Whitaker of Plattsmouth
was a visitor in Murdock last Wed
nesday, looking after some business
matters for the day and visiting with
Henry Klemme and family and
Mr. Alvin Bornemeier were visiting
and looking after some business mat
ters in Plattsmouth last Thursday,
making the trip in their auto.
Miss Jerusha Wetherford of Lin
coln has been visiting for the past
week at the home of her uncles, the
Hornbeck boys, and has been enjoy
ing the stay here very much.
Mis1: V"dia Wutchinek, who has
been visiting at home for some time
prist, departed last Friday for Valen
tine. whcT-3 s::o will enter the state
normal and will teach in the schools
there this year.
The Murdock Sewing club, which
has been taking a rest ' during the
mere heated season was reorganized
last week and Mrs. O. J. Pothast
elected as leader for the coming
season of -work.
"Bud" and Floyd went out to the
woods last Wednesday night, taking
blankets with them and got close to
r.at'ire by sleeping on the ground.
This was just for fun and the novel
ty cf the scheme.
Mrs. Charles Schneider and son
Carl, and daughter. Miss Martha
Lau, were visiting and looking af
A wholly New line of cars built on time-tried Buick
principles but with improvements and refinements
which make their introduction an event of nation
14 Distinctive Models
Astonishing Values and Prices
SIX CYLINDER MODELS
Tour. Sedarr;- Z pass.$1935
Roadster, 2 pass 1175
Touring, 5 pass 1195
-fi-47 Sedan. 5
-C-4S Coupe, 4
7 pass 1435
7 pass 2195
All Prices F. O. B. Flint, Michigan
Ask about the G. M. A. C. Purchase Plan which provides
for Deferred Payments.
See These New Buick Cars Now at Our Showroom.
When better automobiles are
ter some business matters in Lin
coln last Monday, making the trip
over in their auto.
.Mr. II. A. Guthman and family
spent last Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gleeson of Val
ley, both boys having been acquaint
ed for a number of years when they
both worked at Waterloo.
The new barn which is being con
structed by Fred Buell and is being
erected by H. R. Schmidt and Frank
Melvin. is getting along nicely now,
the frame being up by this time and
a portion of the boxing on.
Mr. Arthur Heier of near the
county line was a visitor in Murdock
last Thursday and meeting and
while here had the Journal placed
among his reading, that he might
keep in touch with the events of the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ault. of
Plattsmouth, were visiting for the
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. O. McDonald, having driven over
in their car and after having enjoyed
the visit, returned home last Thurs
Misses Helen and Anna Borne
meier. accompanied by their friend.
Miss Lillian Ringenberg, of Eustis,
who is visiting here, were driven to
Omaha last Wednesday by Mr. Alvin
Pornemeier, where they visited and
shopped for. the day.
Mr. Kenneth Tool will depart for
Louisville the first of this week, at
which place he will work in the
Bank of Commerce during the time
when Mr. Ralph Larson will take
his annual vacation. Both of these
young gentlemen are very capable
Mr. H. A. Guthman of the Bank
of Murdock was with the family
visiting in Plattsmouth last Thurs
day evening, remaining for over the
night and looking after some busi
ness the day following as well as
visiting with relatives and friends.
Mr. E. L. Koenig and family, of
Milford, where Mr. Koenig Is en
gaged in the banking business, have
been visiting at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. A. Brauchle, who are par
ents of Mrs. Koenig. They returned
to their home last Friday morning.
Mr. Jesse Landholm. who has been
visiting and looking after some busi
ness at North Platte for the past
week, returned home last Wednesday
and was accompanied by his niece
and nephew. Miss Margaret and Mas
ter Mervin Landholm, who will visit
here for some time.
Little Varona Landholm enter
tained a number of her little friends
last week at the Landholm home, at
which time the little ones had a most
excellent time and with the playing
of games which delighted the little
ones, they with the delightful re
freshments, enjoyed a most pleasant
Mrs. Herman Kupke, who has been
confined to her home on account of
an operation under which she went
some weeks since. is reported as
showing some improvement, and is
23-C-54 Sport Road.. 3 pass.$1625
23-6-55 Sport Tour., 4 pass. 1675
FOUR CYLINDER MODELS
23-4-34 Roadster, 2 pass $ 865
23-4-35 Touring. 5 pa9s 885
23-4-36 Coupe, 3 pass 1175
23-4-37 Sedan, 5 pass 1395
23-4-38 Tour. Sedan, 5 pass.. 1325
built, Buick will build them!
making at this time very satisfactory
advancement towards final recovery.
Her many friends are well pleased
to know of her convalescence.
U. H. Beck, who is a worker If
there is any .has Just gone through
a campaign of plowshare sharpening
in which he sharpened 750 plow
lays and feels that he has been pretty
busy. Just now he is building a top
for the carryall which F. A. Rosenow
is having constructed for the carry
ing of the children to and from
Charles Schafer, besides making
trips to a number of different towns
last Thursday, unloaded a car of
kerosene oil. He also loaded a truck
load of oil for George Trunkenbolz.
who drove over from Eagle and got
it. Mr. Trunkenbolz is well pleased
with the excellent service which Mr.
Schafer is giving him as manager of
the oil station here.
Henry Bornemeier has purchased
a new handsome Buick car which he
got through the agency of E. W.
Thimgan and which is a beauty, as
well as being a most useful and con
venient auto. In the selection of the
Buick for a car of service as well as
convenience, Mr. Bornemeier demon
strated the best of Judgment and i
straiea ice oest or judgment, ana
T.nr Yoa M, whii-h u-iii roet nil
now has a car which will nseet an
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Xeitztl, whose
birthdays come respectively on Aug
ust 2Sth and 29th, celebrated the
same at the home of the parents of
Mrs. Neitzel. L. Neitzel and wife on
last Sunday, at which time Mr. and
Mrs. O. J. Hitchcock and children
were present. The day was very
Dleasantlv nent at theVeitzel home Plenty of pep, were spending last
Sid iSlltiil iSld r Thursday afternoon ut the Fisheries.
manv yers of happv, useful work. accompanied by their guardian Miss
Mrs. Wm. Nielson, who has been Margaret and the entire band being
visiting for some time in Omaha, re- additionally looked after by Mrs. A
turned home about a week uo and'J- Tool, mother of the guardian of
.i n Qt. I the cjiiup. They all sure hnd an ex-
tack' of acute appendicitis and the
have her taken to the Lincoln
pital. where she was to undergo an
rnora t i.-m fnr rslidf She was tnkpn
last week, but nothing has been
heard as to how she is progressing
M'ill Tenrn pt Grnnrl Prairift
Henry Oehlerking and daughter. -; were attempting to drive over the,
Miss Alma, were over to the county Burh'ngton tracks in the main street ! Hog Cholera
seat last Friday looking after some j of Greenwood, having first looked to a small outbreak of hog cholera
business matters and visiting at the 'the right to ascertain if there was a i r,P0T,15 to be present In the county,
court house with the county super-j train coming, then glancing to the.u hogs dying must be burned, if
intender.t. making the trip in their; left as he approached the tra-k, and'-Ae this in control.
auto. Miss Aim.-, who graduated
from the Murdock high school last
vear. will teach at the Grand Prai
ie school the present school year.
Entertained the Kensington ! been accustomed to driving a large , (.,ub un(er the loa,lerFbip of Mr.
Last Thur-day at the beautiful i car with ilt .Rear apparatus, reacn- ; ,urbv of Nehawka win jUii ge at Lin
country home of Mr. end Mrs. J. J. j for the shut lever and Pusf ,at , toln. "September 2. This team is com-
Gustin. Mrs. GuFtin and Mesdamesjl"e I
Joe Gustin and A. J. Eauers enter
tained the members of the R. X. A.
kensington in a manner most pleas
ant. The rftenorn was rpent In
looking afler the I:u5?ners of the
i.ociety, an! which was followed by
a moft sociame t:me. accompanied
by both music end si ut. The plea?
concluded by a most pleasant time
when delicious entertainments were
Spent Pleasant Time at Fisheries
Last Thursday .':fternoon in the
cool, pleasant shade of the lnrge
trees at the state fisheries at S.iuth
Bend, a crowd of merry young peo
ple from Murdock celebrated th af
ternoon. Thev hrifl taken well filled
baskets and spent the evening there. farniiv w?re indeed very fortunate in Aroca won lirst place in the cloth
and with the delightful evening with 1 ,iev were able to pacp through Iub- an(1 Mrs- J- M- Ranney s
a delightful breeze and the balmy , experience and come out alive. at Vccping Water won second
moonlight, they returned home and The was conSiderablv damaged. Place. Tatapochan Hot Lunch dub
were most well pleased with the fe t v.jt'h th" e of the famiIf aii at XT ion won first place in the cook-
pleasant afternoon and evening UIlharmedt wlth the exception of the S clubs and Maple Grove cooking
which they had spent. Those pres
ent and to enjoy the occasion were
Misses Helen and Elsie Bornemeier, ,
Esther and Marie Schmidt. Lydia j
Strich and Lillian Ringenberg, of
Eustis; Messrs Will and Gus Strich
Herbert Bornemeier, Robert
Returns from the East
Rev. I. Laipply and wife, who have i
been in the east for the past five or!
six weeks, returned to Murdock last
Wednesday afternoon, after having
enjoyed their stay in the east very
much. They visited the homes where
both had spent their childhood, and
nad a most excellent time, they not
havln? hppn thro for Vio naet nino
years. While there they had the
privilege of being present at six fam -
ily reunions and also attended a Sun
day school picnic, where they met a
large number of their former ac
quaintance?. Rev. Laipply preached
at some place every Sunday during
their staj and many times during
the weeks. Withal they had a most
pleasant visit and enjoyed every hour!
of their stay
Will Visit in Iowa
Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Tool and daughter Mary departed for
Iowa in their auto and will visit aH
. , i i - , . . .
vnue mere e guesis ai me none oi
Making More School Facilities
The board of education of the
Murdock consolidated schools, have !
taken a 6tep to make more room for J
the accommodation of the students
of the school. They secured Mr. I
Dick McNurlin, the veteran house!
mover, who has moved one of the !
school houses whici had been used I
in the country into town, and which !
has been set alongside the Murdock
school building and will thus afford;
more room for the work. There is
some talk of having another build-
Trc TnTi Tool m rt h rr rf AT r T? A
Tool, and will Vema n for about ten ! VT"1 6 , Farm girls, Mrs J. M . Ranncy. lend-
davs. It ha. been a number of vearr. ; befn,rer it uldn't have been A 6econf, TwJti. "Attractive
since Mr. Tool left his youthful hom? ! r Zt TJSr DroSsions had i t V t? ,
and came to Nebraska to live, and.1 "P,S,rV o fhev searched Jatapochan Hot Lunch dub Mrs.
while he visited there f requentlv, ! "l run 8l,tort- j-k b ,t i ea",lpton leader won first with "How
this stay of ten days will be one -nnTtn be found What v Cor,?Cl -Hot TK Zlc-
most interesting to all. 1':" "nfhi p when the? ' Iv? i w, '1U,b f Nehawka'
that to them. noweer. snen tut -Tia Fvelvn Wnlnh lender ! bop.
ing moved into the town, thus mak
ing the space which is so badly need
ed more in accordance with the num
bers which have to be accommodated.
They All Koved
With the departure of Prof. II.
Way for his new field of work at
Sciota. Mr. Frank Melvin moved to
the home where Mr. H. Way had
lived, thus leaving the building va
cant, which was immediately occu
pied by the post cfTic and which by
the way makes a iruch more con
venient place for the office than the
room where it has been heretofore.
This leaves the building on the east
side of the street vacant and can be
used for p.nother business room
should one be required.
Returned Home Wednesday
Last Wednesday. af?tr visiting for
some ten days in Kauris. Mrs. E. W.
Thimgan, accompanied by their
dnughter. Miss Florence and son Mas
ter Lester, who haw been visiting .
for that time at the home of Mr. andj,CEd or 3jft an(j i couldn't even turn
Mrs. Frad Itosenow. ti e latter being
a tiftcr of Mrs. Th::i:g.m. at CIayltrc ovcr Hmbs and when I tried!
Center. Kansas. The folks had a
niost excellent tijie .ie tiiej were
. return feeling that thev
I,., or.ir.vo- nn PSfp cnt t me. Mr
Thimgan is feeling pretty good,
thank you, to have the folks home
Spent Pleasant Afternoon
The Camp Fire girls of Murdock,
who have demonstrated they have a
cellcnt time and are even now look-
thought best -toj1'1 lOrwaiU IU lue uiue nucu au -
Other SUCH pieaeaiiL ;uieri;utju cuuj
be had. Miss Catherine tool yas
, assisting in making the
! occasion a perfect dcy
A Very Exciting Experience
During ine nrft 01 uim. tiv, une,
: tr V A Mnrkenhaunt and family
, just as the car at a very moderate
rate cf speed was about to cross the :
trac':. Mrs. Mockenhaupt called that,
train was approaching from the
bright. Mr. Mockenhaupt, who has
very well used to 'driving same, he
"iilled his engine as the wheel struck
the rail and at the same time in his
reaching for the ltver, turned the
front wheels to the left or south Just
as the engine of the express train,;
which was making some 25 miles an
hour, struck the car. This tore off
, ine '"""i '-
' e wneei ana tearing ayv ay uu, ..u-
ier, anu ai me fame Liiiie Muumg
the car around so as to be nearly
parallel with the tracks, but while
the c.ir sat thus every step of every
,nanl nTVode to the intens!ty'of
the very dangerous situation in
,,-, n.tn th0 tmin
had passed. The train was stopped
Just after having passed the car. Tho
.ere shock, thev can congratulate
On Monday last the regular week
ly meeting of the Camp Fire was
i;h?ld at the home of the guardian.
line arternoon was speni in uumucm
and games and after the meeting
.the membership enjoyed a df'.Ipht -
fnl '.vim in the Pchewe pond.
Ain't 7e Got Fun
It wasn't hoboes dui mereij iur-
flock's Camp Fire girls doing all that
yelling last Thursday on Mr.in
street. They simply couldn't resist
a song or two. i!e ieii to uus i"
thpir thrpp ilnvs" Camninff trip to
Meadow. Xo wonder! Notice their
to 6:45 Ri?mg.
6:45 to 7:30 Sitting up exercise.
7 :oO Breakfast.
8:T0 Cleaning camp.
S:30 to 11:30 Hike.
1 to 3 Quiet hours.
i to 4 Swimming.
4 to 5 Free time.
7 Cleaning camp.
7:30 to 9 Camp fire.
10 Bed. Everybody o.uiet.
The hikes were taken to Spring-
f.oui rtnfi ail m-pr the stone auarries.
iii. ivi niii. uii
Th also s"nded the hihest
. a..-- -nnriv and took in the won-
found some hard field corn, which is
mentioned in the following son
Dirt and tugs are in the butter;
A J n 'I n o-nt fun'
The bread knife, it ain't no cutter;
Ain't we got fun.
The corn is tough, kids;
Our living is hogh!
Life's good enough, kids
For earnners like us.
The bred's drv and ettin dryer; Cress : Perry Colbert, Elmwoofl, Xe
Ain't we got fun? raika. a2S-2sw
The egg is smashed an' we can't
Ain't we got fun?
There's one thing sure, though
Our dear old camp fire cheer will
Washing dishes in the river!
Ain't we got fun?
And, oh pay! Another thing! T"hey
saw a snake and not one of them
screamed. Wasn't that funny?
NATURE TELLS YOU:
As Many a Plattsmouth
Knows Too Well.
When the kidneys are weak.
Nature tells you about it. J
The urine is nature's index. j
Infrequent or too frequent pass-'.
Other disorders suggest kidney ,
Doan's Kidney Pills are for dis-:
ordered kidneys. I
riattsmouth people testify to their
worth. Ask your neighbor.
M. Lauderback, contractor, paint-1
er and paper hanger. Locust street, i
Plattf mouth, says: "I had lumbago!
and kidney trouble. I believe the
turpentine fumes from the paint was;
responsible for it
I could hardly
ln nei v-lhout helD. I had no con
' to walk. T rrmld rot lift them lust!
, : " , ' , ;' . I
nacJ to scnfc- ulong. My kidneys act-!
.-, ....... ,;.(J. '
, were highly colored and passed with
"I used Doan's Kidney Pills end
before finishing the first box which I
got at Fricke & Co's. drug store, l!
felt better in every way. I used !
three or four boxes and they gave!
me fine relief.
I had another little 1
attack this spring, but I went to
Doan's the first thing and they ,
strrightened me out again in quick,
! Price COc. at all dealers Don t
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan s Kidney Pills the same that-
Mr Lauderback had Foster-Mil-
t"i" a.iiio., uuumu,
tiii'Wi s i 'i i i i I'Tttti-i'TT'I'I i"a
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CASS CO. FARM 1
BUREAU NOTES 1
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Club Teams for State Fair
,jstMk w held the county-
wide judging to select the judging
(aims if T K . c t '1 n fo-p V, . T V 1 i r V
post-d of Frank and Earnest Pollard
and Marion Stone. The Livestock
team coached by Mr. McMaton of
Eagle consists of Roy Seikman, Cecil
Jacohsen and Carl Handrock. The
above won in the county contest.
Wm. Nutznian of Avoca was fourth
with a score only 17 points below
the lowest Eagle boyrThe three high
eft were picked. We are counting on
this team to win at the state fair for
The Giris clubs of Cass county met
at ike home of Miss Evelyn Wolph,
Friday. August 2 5, for the tryout of
all clubs in the county. The highest
-nking team in clothing and the
highest ranking team in cooking will
the state fair. Each county i3
economics. Mr3. Paul Wcinh's club at
auu uaums .iuu wuu tUUU iuai.
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will represent Cass county are as
follows: Jolly Workers club, Avoca,
Muller Shoekley and Dorothy Mar
quardt; Tntspochan Hot Lunch club
Union, Virginia Harris and LaVon
; ,m . -
jjxo Qt x.uuici xxiy
The women's club at Manley met
j Tuesday August 22, at the town hall.
i Twpntv-pt?ht rlrpsspsi b-jvo boon maHf
by tllis cl,,b at the threP ciub n)Cet
jngs.-These women have promised to
i,ave an of these dresses finished and
on fjspiay at 5:30 Wednesday, Au-
gust 3J, when the booster trin crowd
arrive at Manley. This will make
splendid showing and we know that
the women of Manley and commun
ity are boosting for the count' fair.
The Girls' clubs of Cass county
held their tryout meetings Friday.
August 25th, at the home of Miss
Evelyn Wolph. Six demonstrations
were put on, four in "Division 1
Clothing." and two in "Division 2
Foods." The team winning the high
est score in each division is entitled
to demonstrate at the state fair. In
Division 1 the J. W. club of Avoca
u-it, atc toi nvii,
- iiii -ii i . i uui t I'l.'ll it: 1 1.1 1 . Willi
first with "Possibilities of the bung-
ond with ""Preparation and Serving
of Cocoa and Cookies.
That the ,
Ca.-s county club girls are coinrr to
help the team win at the state fair'
was expressed with push and pep in j
onstration the hostess served a gen-J
I emus surnlv nf ired rnntnlnunca
int-ir yens anu jongs. Aiier ine aem
erous. supply of iced cantaloupes.
J Corn blrfier. gool condition. Ad
Other Side of Strife!
A POPULAR PROPOSITION TO SAY
But let us tell you about our pick-up ACME Paint.
This is a standard brand and an excellent paint. e
have it so we can sell it at, per gallon $2.50
Also a 54b. pkg. KaJsornine for 40c
(Former price, 75c.)
This is the best offer for a number of years past. Allow
us to figure with you on what work you are needing.
25 Years in the Business Ten
Years in Murdock
The Ousterhoff Shops
SUED FOR LARGE SUM i
, . , , , . ,
Fifty Thousand Asked for Alleged
Injuries Sustained by Diving
Into the Lake There.
t v-ni ho rMviiiPii that n vp.-ir aco
the 7th of this month a voung man! Jamw Oliver Curwood. master of
while in bathing, dove from the i the literature of th" northland. is
spring board and received injuries i r e re with an array of his wonderful
that he claims will make him a crip- characters in "The Courage of Marge
p'e for life. ! O'Doone," "Back to God's Country."
Leonard Ellsworth had come from 1 "Nomads of the North." "The Gold
Council Bluffs to visit with the Y. : en Snare." "The River's End and
M. C. A. boys who were camped east ! "Isobel" and all of these are offered
of the Gknwood Lake park. He with ; at 75c each.
other boys cf the camp went swim-j Among the 75c specials that th
ming. lie made a dive from the ; Journal book store is offering at this
spring board and struck his head on; time are the works of Thomas Dix
the lake bed in a way to cause ajon: "The Clansman." "Comrades."
slight dislocation of cervical verte- "The Foolish Virgin," "The Fall of
bra. It was such an accident as now J a Nation." "The Leopard s Spots."
and then occurs to those who experi- "The Victim, flie Traitor."
ment with the various devices
Mr. Ellsworth is now a resident of
Omaha. He tate3 that he is 29 and j the ror..nf-e of the di. rt and plain,
by occupation a dairyman and Btock : are also found here with the low
feeder. He asks a total of $50,420.25 j price of 75c per volume. "The Lone
damages cn the grounds of negli-iStar Ranger." "The Last Trail."
gence. He claims the water was-"Ken Ward in the Jungle," "U. P.
not as deep as stated, that because j Trail," "The Spirit of the Border."
of that his neck was broken, that he j "The Man of the Fort." "Ride rs of
had to wear a cast from August 7. the Purple Sage." "The Llcht of the
1921, to January. 1922, and was in i Western Stars," "The Desert of
a hospital most of the time. lie fur-
ther states the accident has incapaci
tated him for work. His bill of par
ticulars are $15,000 for pain and
suffering. $15,000 for permanent in
jury. $20,000 for loss cf time, and
$420.25 for hospital and doctor's
bills. Glenwood Tribune.
CANDIDATE VISITS CITY
This afternoon William Stohlman,
one of the best known residents of
Louisville, was in the icty for a few
hours visiting with his many friends
and also looking after some matters
of business. Mr. Stohlman. at the re
cent primary election had his name
written in on the ballot as the demo
cratic candidate for the office of i
county commissioner in the second
district and has decided that he will
make the race. He is well qualified
for the position and will have more
to say on the proposition a little lat
er in the campaign when he is able
to get out and meet the voters.
LUMBER FOR SALE
Four thousand fret of all dimen
sions, oak; 6,000 feet cottonwood
sheeting and torn crib material.
a31-4tw C. R. TODD.
Journal want ads pay. Try them.
Plowing Time fow!
A Rumley Oil Pull tractor and a suitable plow
will solve your summer and fall plowing. They will
do the work the best and at the least cost as well. See
us for prices and a demonstration.
Our plows are the celebrated P & O. There are
none better made.
We also have an 8-16 Mogul tractor and a three
bottom P & O plow used just a little, which will go at
a very attractive figure.
Flowing Time Has Gome!
The harvest and threshing are about over. Now
comes the plowing for the autumn sowings and for the
preparation of next spring's crop. See us for what
plows you need either in horse or power drawn.
Repairs for all machinery used on the farm.
See me for anything in farming rnachinery which
you may need.
Call me by phone and I will be pleased to give
you the best service. Call phone 1 4-J.
MURDOCK -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
I A GOOD BOOK IS A GOOD FEIEND
Therf Is no entertainment that of-
ers as varied a i i-ia to ine ioer 01
iteratuie as does a good book, and
there is no gift or remembrance that
serves the purio?e of a masterpiece
of the mind of the world.
I We have the bet of the fiction
j nc-icJ on our sneives urn ai ine low
est prices tnat nrmge mem wunin
the reach of all.
Zane Grey, with western stories or
fascination and filled with the strong
and turid spirit of life thr.t has made
"The Inside of the Cup" and "A
Far Country." written with tin
charm of Winston Churchill are al
so offered at 75c per volume.
One of the season's best sellers is
"The Sheik" by Hall, from which the
photoplay was produced and is also
offered at 75c. '
The newest of the bt Keller.
"This Freedom." by Hutchison, au
thor of "If Winter Comes." is here
and ready for your book shclvt3 at
$2.00 a volume.
Harold Be IT Wright of well loved
romances of real life has offered t
the public "The Calling of Dan
Matthews." "The Re-Creation of Bri
an Kent." The Shepherd of the Hill"
at the low price of 75c, while "Hel
en of the Old House" is priced at
JOURNAL BOOK SHOP.
Office supplies ot all kinds han
dled at the Journal office.
"I Get Real Mad when I Lost My
Setting Hen," writes Mrs. Htnna.
"Whm T went into our l.arn nvi found my t
trttrr rtrad I fat ml m1. tnc p-ka? .f Ri.
Snmp killed tix hi rtts. Taultry raivm rn-ui u
Rat-Snp." Corw in c&ke.. nn mixi-. .No r.'-J
from dead rats. Thirrizrs. Pricr. 35c.t.V.$.;i
Sold and guarantee: I y
Bestor & Svratek Weyrich & Had
raba F. G. Frkke & Co.
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