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THIS WORLD HAS BEEN DIVIDED
Ami sub-divided the people of the
world have been divided and sub-divided
the sub-divisions are endless.
Suppose we divided the people
into three classes. The very rich,
who can afford to spend their in
come; the very poor, who have to
spend theirs. Then there is the
third class the saving class, who
start saving their money and keep
it up continually. They never
stop. The habit is formed early
in life and they can't "swear off."
The saving habit is the means to
happiness and contentment.
This bank offers the opportunity for
every man to save his money. No one
can afford to let the chance escape.
The Murray State Bank
C. S. STONE, Cashier. MURRAY, NEB.
merit prevailed about the household,
but up to the present time do serious
results have appeared, and while the
coin remains In the boy's system none
are anticipated. The father of the
boy says he Is sure a free silver man.
James Holmes has now returned to
Murray '-for sure." He has been look
ing after their store In Mynard for the
past few months, which has been
closed out with the exception of a
small portion of tbo hardware, which
will be removed to Murray. A gentle
man ty the name of Geo. Mason, from
Bradshaw, has rented the room and is
pening put a new stock of goods.
Lcm Hall was a Sunday visitor at
D. J. ritnian was a county seat visi
Mrs. II. L. Olilhain was a passenger
for Omaha Monday morning.
Dr. G. II. Gllmore made a profes
sional trip to Xehawka Wednesday
Frank K. Vallery was transacting
business In Council RlulTs Wednesday
Chas. D. Spangler and wlfedrovo to
riattsmoutli Saturday to do some
Mrs. II. C. Long and daughter, Miss
Gertrude, were doing somo shopping
in l'lattsmoutli Tuesday.
Troy L. Pavl9 of Weeping Water
was In Murray Monday looking after
his farming Interests around here. CD
Hugh and Gussle Robb and Miss
Anna Mack went to Omaha Monday
to spend a few days with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Radtkie of Murdock,
Neb , are visiting with the family of
J. P. Rrlsbln. Mrs. Radtkie Is a sis
ter of Mr. Rrlsbln.
Dr. A. E. Walker and William Wolfe
of Union were In Murray Sunday vis
iting the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Walker.
Harry E. Graves, editor of the Mur
ray Messenger, went to riattsmoutli
Monday evening to attend the show
t'ic rarmcle theatre.
Miss Pearl Lowpy went to l'latts
mouth Tuesday morning and from
there went to Chllllcothe, Mo , to
spend the winter with relatives.
Miss Ethel Tuey, a rhartulng little
lady from riattsmoutli, was In Mur
ray Saturday and Sunday visiting her
friend and schoolmate, Miss Ressie
Sam Record, the mule king from
racitic Junction, was in Murray this
week buying up mules. Sam Is a good
buyer and knows a good mule when
he sees it.
Postmaster A. L. Raker was called
to Portsmouth, Iowa, Monday to at
tend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs.
Kruma Merrlnan, who died Sunday
W. C. Brown went to Vllllsca.Iowa,
Monday to make bis wife a visit for a
few days, who has been there for the
past two weeks visiting with her par
ents and friends.
Harmond Beck and wife left Mon
day for Perry, Okla., to spend the
holidays with relatives, and before re
turning will also make a visit with
relatives In Kansas.
Misses Pearl, Louise and Prucllla
Thomas and Mr. Charley Lutz of
Plattsmouth spent Sunday evening
with Leola and Glen Vallery at Mur
W. II. McPanlel left Friday for the
southern part of Kansas to look after
bis land Interests which he has there.
He expects to be gone about two weeks.
Mrs. Jeff Brendcl Is ofilclatlng at the
store during bis absence.
C. S. Stone, J. M. Manners, L. F.
Hall and W. C. Brown went out to
W. II. Puis' Saturday evening to at
tend the dance given by Billle in bis
new house which has just been com
plcted. There was a good attendance
and the boys report a most enjoyable
Chas. II. Boedeker aud A. F. Boe
deker went to South Omaha Wednes
day with the view of buying some
more feed cattle, if the market was
not too high. There are not many cat
tle being shipped Inhere for feeding
owing to the high price.
II. C. L'ing was In Plattsmouth
L C. Todd and wife wore in Om
J. II. Norris and wife were In Mur
D C. Rliodon was a Plattsmouth
Miss Ida Roedeker was In Platts
Mrs. W. S. Smith was an Omaha
Will Wehrbeln was a Plattsmouth
Mrs C. N. Rcvcrige was a Platts
mouth visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. I). L. Amlck was a Platts
mouth visitor Wednesday.
Alex Campbell returned Tuesday
from a visit to Kansas City.
Mrs. G. P. Connally Js moving back
to Murray from South Omaha.
C. S. Stone and Jee Wheeler were In
Plattsmouth Wednesday evening.
Win. Shera, from near Rock RlulTs,
has been on the sick list for the past
M. 0. Churchill was looking after
some business matters In Omaha
P.'L. Amlck and George Rergcr
shipped h car of mixed stock to South
Tiie M. P. depot Is being treated to
some needed repairs In the way of a
new walk and curbing.
Ernest Carrol and Miss Jessie Gil
more attended the play at the Par-
niele, WedtieaiM) evening.
The Sunday ieh'H,i i.f the Christian
church are prepailng for an entertain
ment and tree on ChrMmas eve.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rrendel spent
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Rrendel's
parents, J. R. Vallery and family.
John Gregory, who was Injured sev
eral weeks ao by falling from acorn
crlb.ls still in a very serious condition
! red Ohlcnhausen, i-r., came down
Wednesday to assist his son-in-law,
James McCullough, lu bis fall butch
Miss Deener, who has been visiting
at the home of W. II. McDaniel and
wife, returned to her home In Syra
cuse this week.
Mrs. Robt. Shrader of Furnas coun
ty will arrive in Murray Friday to
spend the holidays with her parents,
Mr. vnd Mrs. II. C. Long.
Ben Dill went up to Plattsmouth
Sunday to assist In taking care of his
father, A. Dill, who has beeen con
fined to his bed with a sick spell for
the past few days.
Mrs A. L. Baker will depart Satur
day of this week for Iowa Falls and
Eldora, Iowa, where she will spend
Christmas with relatives and friends.
Miss Mabel Peering, who has been
visiting In Murray, the guest of her
sister, Mrs. L. B. Underwood, departed
last Friday for her home in Grand
Miss Marie Berger is making prep
arations for her extended visit I
California, and expects to depart with
her relatives on tho western journey
the day after Christmas.
Bert Phllpot.whohad his arm caught
In a corn shelter four weeks ago, is get
ting aiong niceiy. Dr. uumore re
moved the splints Wednesday and In
a few days he expects to have full con
trol of the Injured member.
Hay, the fourteen-year-old son of
John Spangler, swallowed a half do!
lar piece of money last Saturday, and
for a short time considerable eiclte-
Take a Partner.
Within the next few days the firm of
L.B. Under wood will be numbered with
the past, and In the future will be
nown as Underwood & Pitman, the
unlor member of tho tirm being Sam
Pitman, son of our highly esteemed
fellow citizen, P. J. Pitman. An In
voice of the stock Is now being made
1th tho assistance of O. A. Pavls,
and as soon as completed Mr. Pitman
will enter the store as a half owner.
Sam Pittman Is well known to all our
readers of this section, and Is an ex
cellent young man and wo predict
abundant success for him in his first
business venture. May the new tirm
ve long and prosper.
A Happy Occasion.
A party was given at the beautiful
home of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Ruster
holtz Friday evening. The evening
was spent In playing various games.
Music was furnished by the Misses
Maude and Gertie Rusterhcltz, which
was appreciated by all. A delicious
three course luncheon was served at
the usual hour by the Misses Florence,
Maude and Gertie Rusterholtz, to
which the happy guests did ample
ustlce. At a late hour all departed
for home, with hut one regret, that
the departing hour came too soon.
This proved to be one of tho most
happy events of the season. It is well
nown that the Misses Rusterholtz.
are royal entertainers. Among those
to enjoy this happy event were the
Misses Ida Roedeker, Pearl Lowrey,
Leola Vallery, Truda Long, Edith
Lemon, Opal Lemon, of Nehawka,
Grace Rice, Millie Tlllson, Nora Stan-
dish, Myrtle Standish, Anna Puis,
dlth Pill, Etta Nichols; Messrs. Will
Fatterson, John Purman, Glen Val
lery, JimTillson, Tom Tlllson, Ray
Pill, Glen Roedeker, Pr. Jake Rren
del, Geo. Nichols, Steve Reckncr,
Frank Pill, Alfred Gansemelr.
Prs. Newell & Tracy will
Murray on Tuesday of each
Otllcc with Pr. Gllmore.
HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICE
Members of Cass County Bar Honor De
parted Brother A, J. 6raves.
In the district court room this
morning, the contentions and litiga
tions occupying the attention or the
court were laid aside for several hours,
In order to honor the memory of the
late A. J. Graves. All the members
of the Cass county bar association,
with the exception of three were
present to pay tribute to the members
who have passed to the Great Beyond
where he sleeps the - rest, that knows
"To tlii I'nst iro more dead faoe,
As tin- loveil Ii'bto vacant l:m,
4 Kvi-ry year:
f.very where I lit' sail eyes meet us:
In the evenlnif's dusk tlii'y ifi-eet us.
And tnrnine to tin-in entreat as,
It is not now, It Is not strange that
death should visit another home and
take therefrom the husband and fath
er, and the friend of all those who
knew him, and yet It does not dimin
ish the loss we feel and which his home
The life of our fellow laborer, Mr.
A. J. Graves, as he lived it among us,
was pure and clean and his inlluence
In the community at all times whole
some. As a public servant he served
with fidelity; as a citizen he was never
tainted with graft or dishonesty; as an
attorney he was true to bis clients; as
a father, actuated by good Judgment,
he taught bis children the best citi
zenship; as a husband he was devoted
While physically weak for many
years, he was always strong enough,
true enough and courageous enough to
do the right.
Peath, which must come to each of
us, has come to him and he sleeps.
To Him, who cares for the sparrow
when it falls, we commend the soul of
the departed and the lives of those
S. ClIAI'MAX, I'KK A. S. C.
II. P. Travis,
C. S. Polk.
Committee of the Bar Asssociation.
Clearing Out Sale
to prepare for spring stock commenc
ing October 12. Prices reduced on all
buggies and surreys I have on hand
until sold. J. II. C(kik.
District Court Notes.
Peles Pernler vs. Carrol. Motion
for new trial overruled and judgment
ordered on verdict.
Clark vs. Flclschman. Motion for
new trial overruled and judgment or
dered on verdict.
School Plstrict No. 32. vs. Geo.
Wood, administrator. Petition of
State vs. M. F. R. R. Co. Issues in
favor of plaintiff and defendant guilty
as charged. Judgment for plaintiff
against defendant in sum of .VW and
costs of action.
Krecklcr vs. Modern Brotherhood of
America. On motion of defendant,
Judgment ordered on the mandate
from the supreme court afllrmlnir
former judgment of district court.
Manan Pile Remedy put up la con
venlent, collapsible tubes with nozzle
attachment so that the remedy may
be applied at the very seat of the
trouble, thus relieving almost in
stantly bleeding, Itching or protruding
piles, satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. Sold by Gerlng Jt
Co's drug store.
i Rooteveltltm Personified.
A United States army recruiting of
tlccr In a little Missouri town recently
received the following letter: "Hear
war boss. I reed In tbo cansas cttl
times tat yu want me. I can reed, rite
and use thelngllsh lengwedge all rite
i wcign aooua im pouncis ena i cm
ncerly to yards long, my karakter Is
all rite to. I was never In gale, cept
once In tbo callaboos, but I never stole
nothln. 1 reken I ccn kill 20 Indians
In one day, or spanyards too If I bafto.
If yu send me som mony so I can com
I Jlne sure, lm strong as a bull and
thre's nothln de mater with me only a
qlak I, but I can see all rite, yurs for
Dear in mind that we ex
tend you a cordial Invita
tion to call and see us.
We have many useful presents that will make,
suitable gifts for Christmas, such as Silver and
Nickle-plated Ware of all kinds, Carving Sets,
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Razors and Fancy
Straps, Rifles and Shot Guns, and a fine Roasting
Pan to accommodate that Xmas turkey.
For the next few days we will
make a great reduction on our
HEATERS -BASE BURNER
We also have a full line of
Butcher Supplies and Car
penters Tools and Chests.
"Keen Kutter" carpenter tools for
men and boys at Bauer's. Suitable for
Grand pa Tucker and daghter, Lllie,
were calling on Bert Tucker Friday.
Bert Is convalescing slowly.
Mr. Simon Hansen is very sick, so
the attending physician says.
Mr. Pavis drove to Union Thursday
to get his daughter, Lulu, who has
been making her home on a claim in
Pakotafor the past fifteen months.
Lulu will surprise her many friends
by being Mrs. Chauncy Orton, being
married some time ago to Mr. Orton,
formerly of Weeping Water, now In
Chicago. We extend our heartiest
congratulations to the happy couple.
Mr. Wes Magncy was taken sud
denly 111 with appendicitis one day
last week, but lias greatly Improved
at last reports.
Miss Pora Opp departed on the
early train Saturday for Geneva, vis
iting friends and relatives.
Mrs. Henry Schumakcr returned
Sunday evening from Omaha. She
reports Mrs. Carsten as slowly improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carrol made a
calling day Sunday on sick folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hansen Sundayed
at Mr. and Mrs. John Knabe's.
Henry Knabe and sister, Mrs.
Behrns, visited In Nebraska City,
Monday, returning on the evening
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Earnest Young Is quite sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlld and sister,
Emma, spent Sunday with Henry
John Wunderllch Is unable to be
out owing to a severe cold which is
keeping him down.
Hans Stoll was under the weather
last week suffering with a severe cold
Will Pavls took the train to Platts
mouth Saturday on business.
A number of friends enjoyed Friday
evening In dancing at Otto Ca. rot's.
Pr. Allison of Omaha performed
surgical operation on Mrs. Rough
near Avoca, Sunday.
Mr. McCarthy of Union called at
the pleasant home of Mrs. Levi Pol
lard Sunday evening.
Mrs. Levi Todd went to Peru last
week returning Thursday.
Mrs. Wm. Betts and ber mother
were sight seeing In Omaha one day
Two days' treatment free. Ring's
Pyspepsla Tablets for Impaired diges
tion, Impure breath, perfect asslmlla
tlon of food, Increased appetite. Do
not fail to avail yourself of the above
ioffer. sold oy uering s wt drug
John Bauer, sr., of Plattsmouth was
Maple Grove business visitor last
Quite a number attended the goose
and duck shooting match at Wm. Puis'
last Wednesday nlgbt.
Mr. and Mrs. Rusterholtz entertain
ed their friends Friday night. Quite a
large number were present and a good
time was had by all.
Carpenters have begun to finish the
new house of W. II. Puis. '
Glen Boedeker made a trip to Platts
R. A. Young received three carloads
of feeders from South Omaha last
The dance given at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Puis was largely
attended and a good time was had.
Herman Beck and wife and Pavld
Murray left Tuesday for a few weeks
visit in Oklahoma.
John Ilabel finished husking corn
Saturday and now John is stepping as
high as the sky.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Noel visited at
the home of R. A. Young Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Norris visited at
the borne of Jesse Lowtber Sunday.
The east Maplo Is being partly cut
down this winter, and put up for fire
Razors, pocket cutlery and carving
sets make both valuable and useful
Christmas presents. We have them.
II. L. Asemlssen & Son.
From tlie Herald.
Pr. II. Jensen has finished his post
graduate work at Ames, Iowa, and re
turned home Saturday evening.
Mrs. Nels Sogard has been ill for
several months, and last week Henri
etta Hendrlckson, a new arrival frorx.
Penmark, came to assist in caring for
Mrs. F. W. Race and daughter, La
Verne, came up from Kansas City,
Thursday morning, and will visit Mrs.
Race's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Rat
nour, until after the holidays.
Last week Teegarden Bros, sold so
Arthur Wiles the SE1 section 23-11-11
price $12,000.00, and the Barnum Tor
rence farm northwest of town to
Thomas F. KeckLr, price 870 per acre.
The diphtheria cases are now about
history. No new developements are
reported, and the quarantine has
been raised in all but one household,
and that one will be released soon.
Pr. E. T. Rickard reports the birth
of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Steele Miller, Saturday, Pecember 15.
The doctor failed to report the birth
of a daughter last week to Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Ash, but he knows It to be
Mrs. Will Kennedy rceived word
Thursday evening that her father,
August Bomhak, at Mountain Grove,
Mo., and suffered a stroke of paralysis
and it was not expected that be could
recover. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy left
for there Friday morning.
All kinds of brushes at Gerlng & Co.'s
Pocket Knives have
been tho standard of all
American Cutlery for 35 years. You remember that only
the highest quality is made under tho brand KttH KWWt.
If there is one thing that you do want to be good it is a
Pocket Knife, one that will bo sharp when you buy it, and
, what is more, will stay sharp. We have them ia a variety
of patterns and sizes.
May we have the i pleasure
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