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We submit for your consideration
tle following statistical facets:
Box Butte County Cass County
Land at SIO to SIS per Acre Land at $73 to S150 per Acre
Aw i a-.. I.U-.I:. Is -r .- f.i l'."". A wi:iu. 1. -sh. 1, Arie U.r !'",
Corn 27.5 Corn 37.0
Wheat . is. 7 Wheat 16.4
Oats.. .vS ( )ats 2S.2
IJarlcv 3 2. 7 Barley 25.0
Rye.'. 27.0 Rye 2O.0
Alfalfa. 2.7t Alfalfa 3. St
Potatoes ys.O Potatoes. ... . ...... .80.0
Spelt 35.0 Speltz 23.9
Wihl hay 1.0 Wild hay 1.5
In addition to the foregoing comparison of the
producing qualities of the respective counties of Box
liutte and Cass, all garden truck is grown very suc
cessfully many new crops unknown to Eastern Ne
braska are grown in Box Butte county.
Are vou fair minded? If you are, you cannot but
be convinced that we are offering you the one gkmoat
opportunity to buy this land at the present cheap
prices. If you return dissatisfied, you will be the first
of a verv large number who have recently been on the
ground and bought. Our customers are the best ad
vertisements we satisfy them all each getsa "square
leal" and are pleased with what they buy they
wouldn't buy unless they were.
Mr. Anybody; here's your chance! Buy a quarter
section of this land Now and make more money dur
ing the summer on the increase in value than you'll
mala- at home working hard every day. Do it now!
Four inches of rain has fallen in Box Butte coun
ty in the past ten days that means big crops of small
grain. This land is going fast don't wait go now!
LESS F. HALL,
Murray State Bank, Murray, Nebraska U. S. Land Co.,
203 Neville Blk, Omaha, Nebraska
Read the Murray State bank a1.
II. C Long was a business visitor i.
the county seat Tuesday afternoon.
D.ivid M. Lloyd shelled and deliver d
his corn to the Murray market Wed
Dr. B. F. Brendel and Postmaster
Baker were transacting business at
the state capitol Monday.
Cards are out announcing the wed
ding of Dr. Will Brendel to Miss
Minnie Marqiardt at Avoca Tuesday,
Murray Business Directory
The following business men of Murray take this method of soliciting your pat
ronage in their various lines. You will find them ever ready to give you fair treat
ment and 100 cents for every dollar spent with them.
HOLMES & SMITH
( Thm Big Corner Storm)
Always carry an
up-to-date line of
Get their prices on all
goods before buying
BRENDELL & BRENDELL
All Calls Promptly Attended to
C. S. STONE
Dr. Hayes Gsantner
DENTIST OF OMAHA
IN MURRAY 1st AND 3d
WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH
At the office of
DBS. BRENDEL & BRENDEL
kno.r nf . .-..-bd cn,,t or u ium of i,.ttrtst
Don't foruet to attend the elocution
Mitertainment and singing at the
P'-sbj terian Church Friday evening',
MUs Carrie Allison and Mrs. W. C.
Riowri went to Nehawka Saturday,
and jL"d as judges in the Demo
rest Mi-t.iI contest that evening.
Pasture 'o- Ren.
1 havp d pasture to spare, good
grass ani m- un water. For further
particu'a' i on Geo. J. Meisinger,
four and ne-:i i f northwest of Mur
ray. D. L. Amick
The Live Stock Man
Who pays the Top Price at a:1
Times. Use Your Phone
and get the best
Boss Harness Man
Get My Prices
Pitman 6c Davis
Buggies and Wagons
This Space for Sale!
and vicinity especially i
in thi nV.Wf.v n,l trill mnd .same t tl,i
D )C Long shelled corn Wednesday.
Cj) J. B. Seybolt was a passenger to
the metropolis Wednesday morning.
Miss Anna Divisof Weeping Water,
spent Saturday with her uncle, Dr.
Mrs. A. L Biker and Miss Ida Boe
deker were Plattsmouth visitors
Mrs. Jenkins who has been under
the weather for some time is able to
j be about some now.
Miss Gussie Robb was up from
j Wyoming over Sunday to attend the
: children's day exercises,
j Mrs. J. W. Berger and Mrs. James
Hitchett were doing some shopping
I at Nebraska City Tuesday.
! There is to be a musical and elocu
tionary entertainment at the U. P.
c'lurch Friday night, June 14.
A great many people from Murray
attended the funeral services of Mrs.
Louis Todd Thursday at 2 o'clock.
Miss Hazel Dovey of Plattsmouth
came in Wednesday afternoon to visit
a few days with Miss Margie Walker.
For sale Anyone wanting to buy a
good second-hand piano call on Chas.
S. Stone. He has got a bargain for
Mrs. Boardman came in from Neb
raska City Wednesday evening to
spend a few days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grauf.
Charles S. Stone, Miss Carrie M.
Allison, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brown
were in Nehawka Sunday visiting with
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Less t . Hall has resigned ins pos:
tion as assistant cashier of the Murray
State bank, and gone to Lambert
Oklahoma, to accept a similar posi
tion in a bank there.
Tuesday was a rushing day for corn
shelling and hauling. At one time in
the afternoon when the elevators
were crowded, there was a line of wag
ons a mile long coming in from the va
M. G. Churchill and Dave Amick
went down to the river Monday to try
their luck at the book and line. We
asked Dave when they returned what
success they had and he said ; it was
the same old, old story.
William Henricks is learning to
sing that sweet little melody entitled,
In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree"
and also quit epoetic, and you can
hear him any time repeating, "How
does the busy little bee, improve each
shining hour "
Two young missionaries for the
Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter
Day Saints held services at the Man
ners & Loughridge hall Wednesday
evening. There was a good attend
ance and the discourse for the even
ing was fair minded and instructive.
Do You Know
Less F. Hall
Writes Insurance in the best
Companies and at the best
DR, G. H. GILMORE
Prompt Attention to All Calls
D. C. Rhoden
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
Good Turn-outs and Prompt
Attention is Our Hobby
Give Us a Call
Painter 1 Paper Hanger
Orders Left at E3munds& Brown's
or the journal readers.
nffwt it trill (tj.jitur tut.'l-r t!ii. lt:tlinj.
At any rate, you seem to be
getting rid of it on auction-sale
principles: "going Koing,
g-o-n-e ! " Stop the auction
with Ayer's Hair Visor. It
certainly checks falling hair;
no mistake about this. It acts
as a regular medicine; makes
the scalp healthy. Then you
must have healthy hair, for
it's nature's way.
The best Uiac! c'at stimonial
"Sold lor cvr sixty years."
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Mrs. Dennis Dannihier, i i vi ntr two
miles northeast of town, is suffering
Anes Lloyd, daughter of George
Lloyd, who was taktn to the hospital
at Nebraska City last Friday, under
went an X ray examination for a
needle which was supposed to have
been broken off in the foot. The
examination revealed no needle. She
is getting alontr tine excepting from
the incision in her foot.
Wm Ilendricksgot intoconsiderab!e
trouble Tupsdav while ploughing some
garden for Dr. (Jilmore. He was just
finishing when he passed under an
apple tree which contained a large
swarm of bees which lie had not no
ticed. The tall hames knocked a
bunch about the size of a half bushel
down on himself and the horses
There was a pretty lively time for a
few minutes. An apple tree caught
the team and all was safe save a few
Mrs. L. C. Todd Passes away.
At her home on the farm, on Tues
day evening, June 11, 1907, Mrs. L. C.
Todd nee Jennie Marks, passed away
after an Illness of about one year and
a half duration, the cause of her
death being diabates.
Miss Jennie Marks was born in Ohio,
and came to Nebraska when about
seventeen years of age. From the
union, there were six children born,
one of which precided its mother to
the better land. Five survive her
Louis G., the oldest, is about 15 years
of age; Mark, the next, 14; Julius 12,
and two younger children.
She leaves four brothers W. A.
Marks of Union, George Marks of Ne
hawka, Edgar Marks of Furnas coun
ty, the location of the othei brother
could not be learned. The funeral serv
ices were conducted this (Thursday)
afternoon, June 13, 1307, by William
Shell, president of York College of
York, Neb , and interment was "made
in Otterbein cemetery.
The entire community deeply sym
pathize with the grief-stricken hus
band and motherless children over the
loss of a most affectionate wife and
Half section farm with two sets of
improvements; two miles of Alvo,
Neb. Price $35 per acre. If taken by
August 1st, two-fifths of crop with
farm. J. P. Rouse,
That ' Will
FOR. SALE' The following prop
erty; payments $20 to S25; bail.
gy nee $1Q par nrtonth:
A six-room cottage in fine
repair with one lot and a
A tie room cottage with
city water, in good repair
with brick barn and other
A good four-room cottage
with two lots $700
A fine five-room cottage
with one lot, city water. .$7"25
Two good rive-room cottag
es with lot and haue each
near the shops S800
One nine-room bouse with
one acre of ground and
One six-room cottage, one
acre of ground $6O0
One five-room cottage with
four lots $650
Five, six, ten and twenty acre
improved tracts for sale; one
fourth down, remainder in sums
to suit purchaser. Prices furn
ished at office.
We want the people of Murray and vicinity to un
derstand that thi hank" was established for their con
venience and that we render ever servLv. consistent
with jood lianhinir. t the community and especially
to our patrons.
We have lire and burglar proof vaults, in addition
to which we carry ample insurance. The responsibil
ity and individual wealth of our stock' holders are lar
in excess of our deposits and every means is taken to
safeguard the money and interest of our depositors.
Don't think' vou are too poor to have a bank' ac
count the man on daily waes or small salary can
derive proportionately more benefit from a banking
connection than a wealthy man can.
Remember that we are here to accommodate you
so don't feel any hesitancy about calling on us.
1V1URRAY STATE BANK
About One Hundred Delegates Present and
Numerous Visitors in Attendance.
IN SESSION AT METHODIST CHURCH
Many cf Our Citizens Open Their Doors
to the Visitors in Attendance.
The Cass County Sunday School Con
vention is in session in the city today,
and we are well ph ased with this
honor bestowed upon Plattsmouth.
To every citizen, we ask that you lie
particular to show to each and every
delegate ar.d visitor here attending
this convention every courtesy that it
is possible to hestow.
We consider it not a small matter
that we have been given this conven
tion, and let, us as a community prove
our gratitude by the kindliest and
most corteous treatment to every
stranger within our borders. It may
be we have here at this time some who
have never been here before, and to
those we surely want them, when
they go awav, to carry with them a
feeling that Plattsmouth is the best
city in this part of the state, and its
citizens are concerned in the welfare
of its inhabitants, and of Cass county
in every particular.
The convention is in session as we
go to press, with a large and enthusi
astic number of delegates present. At
1:30 the convention was opened by a
song service, among which were
"Showers of Blessings,'-and "At the
Cross," and other more familiar and
soul-inspiring songs. Supt. Watkins
of "Sunny Hill" Sunday school of
Weeping Water offered prayer. C. C.
Wescott extended greeting to all the
delegates in the name of all the Sun
day schools of the city, bidding tbem
welcome to our city, and saying that
we welcome you and count it an hon
or to have the convention meet in our
city. Make yourselves at home the
city is yours during the convention.
The delegates so far reported from
out in the county are:
Alvo Mrs. Updegrove, Alfa Rouse
and Mrs. George Bobbit.
Avoca W. D. Smoots, J. U. Jacobs,
Misses Mabel Myrtle Wolf, May Gra
ham and Lois Batty.
Eagle Linnie Ford.
Elmwood Mrs. Bennett, Misses
Meyers, Minnie Soutterland, Alma
Clements and II. L. Greeson.
Greenwood Sina Ballingerand Mrs.
N. D. Talcott.
Louisville Misses Alma Brodine,
Mabel Murdoch, Grace Livingston,
Dr. L. F. Polk, Charles Noyes, W. A.
Cleghorn, Rev. Maxfield, James Stan
dard, P. A. Jacobson, Mrs. Amanda
Lofgreen and Mrs. Alvin Ball.
Manley Mrs. C. M. Andrews.
Murdock Mrs. Olive Lcng, E. A.
Lake, John Earl, Mrs. C. Nickel, Ed.
Nickel, Miss Vickers, Richards,
Mrs. J. Reasoner, J. Reasoner, J. A.
Lemming, L. Ilollenbeck, Rev. J.
Lehman. Miss Beuna DeMurt, E. T.
Murray Agnes Kennedy, Ida Boe
deker, Lee Kniss. Ella Thompson, W.
Rex Young and Bernice Barker.
Mynard Mrs. Will Richardson, Ed
Union Mrs. Douge, Mrs. Hansel,
Mr. Magney, W. Dix, O. L. IJurres,
and A. J. Anderson.
Otterbein Lorell Massey, Arnold
Fitzpatrick, Misses Fern Shrader and
Wabash Mrs. C. O. Edgar, Misses
Grace Lawton, Mabel VanEvery, II.
Squires and W. L. Williams.
Weeping Water Misses Lizzie
Spangler, Nannie Wiles, Lela Living
ston, Lillie Bates, Stella Jewell, Fern
Ralston, Edith Ilitckman, Mrs.
Hamm, Mrs. Compton, Rev. J. L.
Davis, Wm. Carter, Alfred Hunter,
Rev. Lemon, Mrs. J. B. Hungate, Mrs.
Thomas Murty. Mrs M. M. Hutljr,
Mrs. Wiseti.ar, W W. Wat kins, J.
W. A mick.
1'nitfil liretortTi vi;th of Platts
mouth W. T. Adams and Frank
Miss Margaret Dovey to Take the Lead
ing Role Monday Night.
1 1 is evident that Plattsmouth is to
have a treat in the shape of a home
performance Monday flight, that bids
fair to eclips'! anything of the kind
seen h re in j ears.
The lines upon which this perfor
mance is being built cannot fail to re
sult in a production which as a mean?
of amusement wi be little short of
In the iitnI place, the old lines of
spare, inartistic drills and amateur
attempts at line readings play has no
part in this production. Tiie know
ing ones can see at a glance that the
Mistletoe Lyceum bureau has selected
here and there from the best musical
and spectacular w-ems fn and around
the beautiful story of '-Ginevra," or
"Coder the Mistletoe liounh" which
forms a basis for the cleverest collec
tion of novel specialties ever placed
before an American audience by ama
tuers, have brought together an enter
tainment, which for drawing power
and giving perfect satisfaction has no
equal on the road today.
Our best singers have volunteered
their services, and the entire cast of
almost 200, is working hard and
making astonishing strides under the
able direction of Miss Cora Leigh, who
has demonstrated her ability to do
wonders with the little folks, and
ultimately guide this production to
final completion and satisfaction all
Act I--Home of Ginevra the wed
ding. Act II The old tower and it's
Act III Baronial hall. The .search
Act IV Village green fifty vears
later. Children celebrating May day.
Act The old tower. Secret of
the old chest revealed. Death of
Lovel. Vision of bride in Heaven.
Specialties. "As seen in opera,"
wreath drill, court drill, wand drill,
snaie drill, maids chorus, Japanese
chorus, pickaninnies, Rose and the
Prominent among the participants
Groom Will Robertson
Br'.de Margaret Dovey
Maid Margaret Mauzy
Ma d Ellen Windham
Buthr "Brick" Swearingen
Father del Morgan
Grandlnber Jake Beeson
Mothei Mrs. A. J. Beeson
Grandmother Mrs. T. B. Bates
Messenger Mrs. II. E. Weidman
Guests in the wedding scene: Misses
Carrie Becter, Gretchen Donnelly,
Ethel Ballance, Helen Kline, Jessie
Fox, Helen Travis. Jean Morrissey,
Either Larson. Mesdames W. F.
Rosencrans W. L. Cooper, R. J. Ritchk,
II. E. Weidman. Carl Lightner. W. A.
Special Pay-day Sale of
... Millinery ...
All Ladies , Misses' and Children's
trimmed hats at cut prices to one-half
otT. We know that these are the most
phenomenal bargains that have ever
been seen in Plattsmouth. Sale to be
gin June 12. Remember the place
across the street from the postoQice.
Mus. Julia C. Dwyeii.
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