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Tlie Master Spsaltelli Bairn
- For Woiindad Hearts.
COMFORT FOR SORROWING.
Pstor Russell Says That Whin Trou
ble pomes Few Doubt the Existence
of God Human Sympathy Alone Is
Impotent to Comfort the Sin-Burdened
Soul Eternal Blessing Fol
lows the Acceptancs of the Divine
'Command Scriptures Misunderstood.
Augunt 13. Pus
lor Kussell of
nacle took for bis
text today I lie
words of J s ii k,
"Let not your heart
be troubled; ye be
lieve In Clod, be
lieve also In Me"
(John xlv, l).
As u s ii u I there
was a good crowd
and closest atten
tion given tln:ugh
out. The Ppeuker said In part:
The world' does well to keep up a
cheerful, outward demeanor to "drive
dull cure away" to the best of Its abil
ity. Nevertheless, there Is great force
and weight to St. Paul's words to' the
effect that "the whole creation is
groaning and travailing In pain togeth
er, waiting" for Messiah's Kingdom
and its long-proinjsed blessings to lift
the curse of sin und death and to re
store to munkind the smile of the lea
ther's favor. Reason though they may
tbat there Is no personal God that
there Is merely a blind god of nature,
an evolutionary force, etc., neverthe
less, deep down in the heart, men be
lieve thut there f a God. Almost un
consciously the mind attributes to Him
Wisdom, Justice and Power but little
of Love or sympathy with bumuulty
and its frailties.
ThIs very intuitive knowledge of
God is closely associated wltb many
human trouble. As the root of nearly-every
trouble, perhaps deep below
the surface, is sin disobedience to
recognized principles of righteousness,
and a fearful looking for of retribu
tion, and uncertainty as to what it
will mean. This is true, not only of
many Christians, but frequently true
also of others who have made no pro
fession, who have taken upon them
tu solemn vows of obedience.
.This troubled heart condition does
not always show npon - the surface.
Sometimes the troubled heart is in the
theatre to try to forget its troubles,
rlometimes Its owner is immersed In
sinful pleasure-seeking, in eudeavorto
drown some haunting grief. Some
times relief is sought through Intoxi
cating liquors or narcotics; some) lines
1c suicide. Sometimes the troubled
otiv is on the stage. .One cannot sure
ly know that the merry la ugh and witty
Joke and cheery sung do not cniue fruui
a troubled heart We are sure that
they do. in many tustaiii-es. for fi-e
queiitly those who have been indii;g
lug In merriment have committed sui
cide a few minutes thereafter, leaving
messages that their hearts h:ul been
Keverely burdened, while but wurdly
We have much sympathy with these
sorrow-laden hearts. As a race we
are walking through "the valley of
the shadow of ileal h." day by day.
On every hand we have reminders of
tills grief, disappointment, headache,
heartache, etc. If we are measurably
free from ' pain ourselves, yet have
sympathy, we are pained in the Inter
st of others. If none of our own
dear ones has recently died, the great
Enemy. )eatli. has laid hold upon llie
home of n neighbor, a brother, and he
1s bereaved and a reilex shadow falls
upon our hearts; and further, the
thought comes that uur home may
Invaded by the great KnoMiy which h;is
already swallowed up twenty t!im
tiand millions of our race and thai by
Pi vine permission, because we are mi
tiers and because sinners are nn
worthy of everlasting life
i(- . .The Fear of the Lord.
..In our troubles we, sooner or later
realize the lack of human sympathy
or,, at least. Its- inipotcncy. reeling
our helplessness, we instinctively look
to our Creator In the hour of trouble
emarkably few doubt the existence of
tlod. As Jesus said. "Ye believe lu
fiod." rtur as we look to the Almighty
for protection and consider Divine
Justice and realize our own weakness
en and sliortcomlnus. the heart of man
fails. How could he think that the
Omnipotent One would have Interest
In or care Tor sin h a worm of the dust
M he feels himself to be? How could
Divine Justice look with iiuy sym
pathy upon the course of selfishness
which h. recognizes stretches out be
hind him In full view of the All -Seel tig
"The Tear of the Lord s the bei-ln
ting of wisdom." Is the Inspired Me
sage. Surely many have this begin
iiing of wisdom come to them at some
period In their life's experience. l!ut
such a fear Is (he start to wisdom only
when It leads the fearful one to great
r carefulness of living and to n de
sire for the Heavenly Father's ppprov
al. If this be the leaiMiiy of the fe: r
1Mb Indeed the precursor of. ihe lend
r to., wisdom As proper fei r or rev
erence for the Almighty con es In. t
acts as a restraint upon sin It tends
to make onw mere thoughtful, more
careful, more lse. ' In seeking for a
better wajr. f
Come by the Narrow Way.
Jetas addressed -the worvfi of our
text to Jews who. under the instruc
tion of the Law given by Moses, had
Wiied of Divine righteousness and
tint' Divine requirements of all those
who would come Into harmony with
Him. They believed lu God. They
recognized Ills Justice. They were de
siring to be Ills people; they had heard
of Jesus; they had traveled with Him
as His disciples. In a, general way
they believed in Him. To a large de
gree they accepted Him as the prom
ised Messiah - and yet they found .It
ditllcult to exercise a fulness of faith.
Probably there are many lu this same
attitude of mind today some In this
audience and some in the larger audi
euce of millions which will be reached
by this sermon In the public press. 1
would like to bear home upon the
hearts of these the very Messnge that
Jesus gave to those who heard Ills
Voice: "Let not your heart be troubled;
ye believe In God, believe also in Me."
Hear Him saying to us today, You
already believe In the Creator and Ills
Justice. You already have the rever
ential fear. You already desire to
draw near to God. You have heard
that He has sent His Son Into the
world. You have heard that this Is a
manifestation of His love and sym
pathy for you. You have heard that
while you tire condemned as Imperfect,
as sluners, as unworthy of eternal life.
Divine provision has been uu de for
your recovery through the Redeemer.
As you believe t lie Father's Justice
which condemned you and which Just
ly holds you at u distance from Him
as unworthy of His favor, so now be
lieve also in Me. Relieve that the
Father hath sent Me. Believe that It
Is Ills Love for you that prompted the
Bending. Relieve that His Love is as
strong as Ills Justice. Relieve that
nis Justice and Love will co-operate
for your eternal comfort and blessing.
If you will accept the Divine terms.
Losing Our Heart Troubles.
The Father knows your heart trou
bles. He wishes the burden to be
there until you shall appreciate Its
weight until you shall be ready to
cry to Him that you are sin-sick,
weary, troubled, and above all, hunger
ing and thirsting for righteousness and
desiring reconciliation to Him the
smile of Ills Face. He has not waited
for all of this to take jdace before
making provision for you. He has an
ticipated your needs, your longings,
your necessities. He has already pro
Tided the Redeemer, who Is Mighty to
save. If Divine Justice is exacting to
the last degree, believe that Divine
Love, as represented in the Redeem
er sent of God, Is equally exhaustless.
boundless sufficient for all your needs.
If you will accept of this, the Divine
arrangement ' through Christ, your
heart troubles may be at an end. You
will still have troubles In the flesh,
weaknesses, aches and pains, but your
heart will be Joyful and happy In a
fellowship Divine with the Father,
through the Sou.
How to Get the Peace.
Ab! says one. 1 have beard of God
and of Jesus and of the Invitation to
reconciliation, but 1 know not how to
proceed. To whom shall 1 goV How
can I gain a hearing lu my case to ob
tain the blessed assurance, Thy sins
are forgiven thee; go and sin no more.
Which, church shall I Join? To what
priest shall 1 confess?
First of nil, my brother, or sister, al
low me to rejoice with you that you
have come Into the condition where
you are seeking and knocking for the
opening of the storehouse of Divine
favor, because "He that seeketh shall
find and to him that knocketb It shall
be openeiL'' Continue, then, to seek
and to knock and very soon the bless
ings will be yours. See, first, whether
or not you are seeking the proper bless
ing. You wuut forgiveness of sins that
are past You want the assurance of
Divine, love and care. You want the
Heavenly Shepherd to take you for
oue of His sheep and look after your
interests, both temporal and eternal.
If so, good. You are seeking the very
thing that ?od Is pleased to give.
Many are seeking something else
seeking to have some of self-will and
some 'of God's will, some of sin and
some of righteousness. They seek In
vain until. In purity of heart, they
seek that which God Is willing to give.
All of God's gifts are by graep.
Mono of us could claim them on the
grounds of Justice or merit. We cannot
keep God's perfect Law, not because It
Is too exacting, but because we urn
fallen. We were born In sin. shapeu
in Iniquity; in slu did our mothers con
ceive us. Re our wills ever so strong,
our flesh Is weak. The Divine arrange
ment of this Gospel Age Is adapted to
this very condition and Is open for
the honest-hearted the sincere peni
tents, the ones fully determined for
You need not come to any earthly
prieft but. ns the Master said, go to
the Father, in secret. In prlvute. Go
not In your own name or merit or
worth, but In the merit of the Re
deemer. Go S rlpturally. claiming Him
as your Advocate and appealing in
Ills N'tr,e for the forgiveness provided
by Divine mercy to cover all the sins
of the past und provide for all the Im
perfections unwillingly yours for the
future I'Teu to the end of the way.
Coming thus. Jesus becomes your
Priest, your Advocate with the Father.
"We have an Advocate with the Fa
ther. Jesus Christ, the Righteous" (I
John II, 1). "Let us come with courage
to the Throne of grace flint we may
obtain mercy end find grace to help In
every Mine of n-od" (Hebrews r. Id).
Wliri will yo-,' sny to your Father n
yoy present locreif in the name of
Jesus, do yon ask? In prayer tell Him
thut you are sick of sin and desirous
of Ills righteousness, In every way.
Tell Him of your appreciation o? the
glorious qualities of Ills ClWrftcier and
of your desire n be -as mnob coiM'orui
ed to that Character as possible. Tell
Him ttuit you know you tiuw nothing
worthy of His consideration, except
the merit of Jesus to be Imputed to
you which will be the covering for
yout Imperfection. Tell HIui thut you
present your all thus Justified by faitb.
that the merit of Christ mo; Ite imput
ed; that you desire to be a livlug sac
rifice to be faithful unto death to
nim, to Ills Message In the Rible and
to all who are, with you, following in
the good way to the Kingdom.
Daily Dying Daily Living.
Those who have acted uiu the
above directions of the Lord's Word
and who have thus been accepted of
the Father and begotten of the Holy
Spirit, are thenceforth New Creatures
In Christ Jesus. To them "old things
have pussed away und all things have
become new." Their souls are not
troubled, because they have passed
from death unto life, from TJlvlne dis
favor to Divine relationship, as sous
of God and "If children, then heirs,
heirs of God and' Jolut-heirs with
Jesus Christ, if so be thut we suffer
with Him. tluU we may also bo glori
fied together" (Romans vlil, 1"). Those
who reach this blessed state are uo
longer heart-troubled. They will have
troubles from the world, the flesh and
the Adversary, but withal they have
rejoicing "The peace of God which
passeth all understanding" ruling In
Hut the end Is not yet. The body
has been separated from the will.
The will has become Identified with
Christ and represents the New Crea
ture, which 'will not be perfected, and
In Its new body, until the resurrec
tion. Meantime, as the Apostle
teaches, the flesh must be considered
and treated as un enemy because of
Its weakness, its fallen condition. A
struggle, a battle, must go on contin
ually to the end of the course. "Uo
thou faithful unto death and 1 will
give thee a crown of life." The faith
fulness of the New Creature, the will,
will be judged by Its loyalty to the
Divine will and its strenuous endeavor
to keep the body under to be dead
to the flesh and to the world and to
be alive to the will of God. Every day
should make us more alive as New
Creatures and more dead as old crea
tures. ''' i ..
In this way we are, as the Apostle
puts it. mortifying or deadening the
flesh and beiug quickened or energized,
or made alive in spirit This is the
resurrection process for the New Crea
turethe death process for the old
creature. .It is a matter, as the Adob
tle explains, of rejoicing in tribulation,
knowing that the trials and difficulties
of the present ''time, under God's prov
idence, are working out for the faith
ful a, sliare In that "far more exceed
ing and eternal weight of glory" prom
ised to the Elect, the Bride of Christ
a share la the J'lnerdom which shortly,
through the pex-t f ho First Resur
rection, will be exai'cd to glory and
dominion over the earth. This Is the
spiritual Seed of Abraham which, dur
ing Messiah's Reign of a thousand
years, is to bless Israel and, through
Israel, all the families of the earth
(Galatians 111. IK)).'
We cannot give this message to the
world, even as Jesus could not do so.
it is better for the world that their
hearts should now be troubled o a
considerable degree. Those who nro In
the most dangerous position, perhaps,
are the ones who have no troubles in
the present life and. therefore, no In
centive to seek the greet Rurden-Rear-er
and fellowship with the Father
through Him. Jesus said of such. Woe
unto you that are rich! for ye have re
ceived your consolation. Woe unto
you that are full! for ye shall hunger.
Woe unto you that laugh now! for ye
shall mourn and weep. Woe unto you
when all men shall speak well of you!
j for so did their fathers to the false
prophets" (Luke vl. 24-201.
At the present time we have 1.200..
000,000 that In no sense of the word
are called by the Lord, and therefore
have had no opportunity of respond
ing to that call. With the thought
that has prevailed for centuries, that
these uncalled millions are doomed to
eternal torture, the hearts of God's
people have been very sorely troubled,
and Infidelity has been very greatly
assisted Into a denial of everything
pertaining to Christian faith, All
agree that it would be very unreason
able for the Creator of those 1.20O.OOO.
000 to expose them to the danger of
eternal torment, and not give them the
slightest opportunity for henring of
the only terms of sulvation from It
Rut when we get the correct, the
Pcrlpturnl view of the matter, we see
that the peualty upon those 1.200,000.-
000 Is. "Dying thou shult die." and
that In this particular they are not
different from their fathers, who were
under the same curse,. or sentence of
death the Adnmle condemnation.
We see from the Scriptures, too. that
our Lord Jesus "by the grace of God.
tasted death for every man" "to be
testified In due time" (Hebrews II. !;
1 Timothy II. Ci. Jesus, therefore,
tasted denth for a If these J. 200,000.000
and for all their forefathers. He has
given the ransom price for their sins
as well ns for ours, the Church's, and a
resultant blessing must come to them
as well as to us.
The coming blessing Is a rescue frotr
the sin and -death conditions In which
they were born; on opportunity for
rising out of these ronditlons of degra
dation, up. ep. i;... o fun perfection
of nature, ami all ih.it was lost through
Adam's disobedience. This work of
Divine Grace, we see, Is to lie accom
plished for the world during the Mes
sianic Are. when Christ and the Fleet
Church will constltuto God's Klnar
dom. with power and great glory for
the blessing of the world.
BIG SUNDAY SCHOOL ;
CONVENTION IN OCTOBER
One Hundred and Fifty Delegates
Expected at the Annual
The animal convention of the
Sunday School association of Cass
county will be hoi,? in Plattsmouth
some lime in October. There will
bo about 150 delegates, who will
be cared for by the local Sunday
schools. There will be a number
of prominent speakers, among
thorn Dr. Shopard of St. Louis, W.
N. Halsey of Omaha university,
Dr. lhslop of the north Nebraska
conference, Margaret, Ellon Brown
of Lincoln. V. H. Kimberly of
Lincoln ami the west county
This is a series of eight county
conventions to be given in south
eastern Nebraska. The associa
Mrs. f,. ,. Hawls of l'lalls
inoulli and Mrs. J. I. I'nnih of
Hlair were here last Friday ami
were guests of Mrs. Fannie
Mrs. ("ieorge Am of Chicago
came Monday evening lo visit
relatives ami friends a few days.
She had been visiting several
weeks with Samuel Luce's family
William Ost, August. Ost and
Curtis Price departed last Friday
morning for South Dakota to look
over that country with a view of
making some investments in land.
W. II. Mark concluded that his
"Brush" automobile was too small
to siiit him, ami Monday he .went
lo Lincoln aid purchased. a , fine
new t-eylindor 25 horse-power
car of the "Overland" make.,,.-. ;
A. E. Stites and wife returned
yesterday from Ainsworth, Iowa,
where they had been visiting a few
weeks. ' Mrs. Stiles''' sister, Miss
Myrtle Slewait, came home with
them for several days' visit,
Mrs. E. O. Barker, a sister of
the five llilthaway brothers, ar-
rived on the Wednesday evening;
train from Dorchester lo visit
relatives and to meet, her many
aciiuaiOlances at. the reunion. She
wfn accompanied by her daughter,
Mrs, .Mabel Luci, whose home is at
Edward. Orimes and wife of St.
Louis arrived here Tuesday for a
visit, of several days with rela
tives and numerous friends, all of
whom are greatly pleased lo meet
them. They have been enjoying a
trip to Colorado, stopping here lo
visit during the Old Settlers' re
union. County Commissioners Swilzer,
Friedrich and Jordan and County
Attorney Taylor wore here Satur
day and went out to inspect the
road at the point where little Ruth
Olsen met, her accidental death on
July 22. Their object was to get
the facts with a view of making a
satisfactory settlement, wilh Mr.
Olsen without gelling into court,
but we are not, informed what con
clusion, if any, has been reached.
Conductor Al K. May, known to
almost every man, woman and
child along the Missouri Pacific,
from Kansas City to Omaha, will
be olT duty for about three
months. Mr. Day has arranged
lo accompany a party on a lour of
Europe, and last Friday was his
last trip on this line before start
ing; for the easl. He departed
Saturday night for Massachusetts,
where he will visit relatives
several days, then will join Iho
party and sail for Europe on Aug
ust 17. Mr. Day has been run
ning on the Missouri Pacific the
past 28 years, and has many
friends here and all along the line
who hope he may have a very
pleasant trip and return lo licket
punching on this rond.
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WEEPING WATER. , . -I-
The public school begins Sep
tember II. The new drinking
fountains are ready and building
and grounds look nice.
Harry Towle says his parents
have concluded lo slay wilh Cali
fornia,. having purchased a home.
Harry expects lo go out as soon
as he can dispose of his things
and collect in a few past due ac
counts. Mrs. F. W. Race came up from
Kansas City last Thursday and
Mr. Race arrived Saturday. The
latter left for home Sunday night.
Mrs. Ralnour's condition has im
proved the past few days and Mrs.
Race 13 assisting in caring for her
Mrs. J. M. Teegardcn departed
Tuesday for Colorado Springs lo
6KEAT GATHERING, S
Plattsmouth't Commercial Club Secretary Talkt of Boston Meeting
"Honest Advertising' Was the Keynote of the Gathering
McKelvie Vice-President for Northwest Division,
Th' seventh annual convention
of the Associated Advertising
Clubs of America, held at Boston
August I to 4, was at fended by
-',300 delegates, representing al
most every state in the union. It
was the greatest gathering of ad-j
ertising men in the history of.
the world, and the character of
the body was very high. j
E. H. Weseott, representative of j
the Platlsmouth Commercial clubj
and a member of the Nebraska i
delegation, talked to a Journal re
porter today about the convent ion.
Me returned from Boston vesler-
day morning. t
The convention was made up of'
men interested in every phase of!
the great science of advertising, j
Depart mental sessions were held:
for Iho national advertising man-!
ngers; for Hie representatives of
uaily papers ; for Iho represent
atives of periodicals; for general
advertising' agents ; for the rep
resentatives of till forms of out
door advertising; for the rcv
lesenlalives of agricultural pub
lications; for those furnishing
and using printing, engraving and
business literature; for Ihe'.rep
resenlalives of retail advertisers,
and for specialty advertisers.
As every business nbw sets
aside each year a largo sum for
advertising, great attention has
been given to get the most results
for the money expended. This has
brought forth (he student of ad
vertising, the advertising expert,
and now all houses that spend
large sums for advertising have
specially tVained men who give nil
their time to gelling the greatest
results out of the appropriation
set aside for advertising. So the
convention was largely made up
of trained men who sell and men
who buy advertising.
"'Honest advertising was the
keynote of the convention," said
Mr. Weseott. The speakers, one
and all, no mutter what line of
advertising they had lo sell or
had lo buy, came out strong for
the idea that the public is entitled
to the truth. 'Sensat iotial ad
vertising was likewise decried.
Ciive the public the truth and
nothing but the truth if you are
selling a suit of clothes or a piece
of land. Truthful advert ising
spend a few weeks sight -seeing.
She expected to meet Mr. and Mrs.
f. W. Teegarden there, they be
ing on their return from their
summer tour to the coast.
East, week J. W. Bullpj sold his
farm of 1(50 acres three miles
west, and one south to Andrew
Olson, Iho consideration , being
$100 per acre. Mi. Biillis has
made a good sale, and Mr. Olson
has never purchased a piece of
land that failed to make him
money. t This sale winds up Mr.
Bullis' land holding in the county,
W. W. Shumate, who has
charge of t he A. A. I.aseh orchard,
was in town Monday shipping
crnbapples lo Lincoln for sale,
having boon disposing of several
baskets daily. A carload of bar
rels was taken out last week, in
which to ship apples, Mr. Shu
mate estimates the crop at 7,000
r.n g mm i ..... l ... i . . un i
in ,,,..,,, imiim in, hi per rein.
He says the Wine Saps and Jena-
ten varieties will not be a heavy
crop, but that the Johnathan and
Bon Davis trees have all they can
care for and the fruit will be nice.
Contractor fl. "H. Dennis has
had a force of workmen busy on
Theo. Davis' new farm residence.
The building is lo be 28x28, two
stories and contains eight rooms.
The foundation is of concrete and
topped with cement blocks. Mr.
Dennis has just finished a barn
for Tom Wiles 2Sx3i and 10 feel
above the basement. This build
ing is on his farm south and west
of lown, the old Dan Klepser
place, and together with oilier
new outbuilding, his renter has
a nice place.
Red Men Picnic.
The Rod Men had a most en
joyable picnic at Coon Valley's
Sunday, about .'100 being in the
crowd that enjoyed I he pleasures
of the day. .There were many
kinds of amusements, one of
which was dancing, which lasted
far into the night.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Troop went
lo Omaha on the morning train
i 1 1
ffi RE scon
ts.the b.t of results in thtf
long run. "Stale things as they
iue," was another popular slogan
of the speakers. ,
Along with this idea catne tho
demand for clean advertising, ami
the representatives of the Ameri
ca o Bill Posters' convention said
Hint it was now the practice of
tin- association to maintain a high
standard of publicity in all out
door advertising and that they
were working against all advertis
ing the least bit, immoral or sug
'I oxas was the best organized of
all the delegalions al the conven
tion, said Mr. Weseott. With 150
l-e boosters, wearing uniform
bnts unit badges, they came to the,
convention and throughout show
i'0 perfect leain-vvork, which en
abled Ihehi to capture the con
vention for Dallas next year. Iowa
nnd Cooi'gia also had splendid
The Nebraska delegation made;
a .jooiI showing. In the parado
llie delegates aUracted much at
tention with each delegate carry
ing a bright colored umbrella with
llie Nebraska slogan upon if. Each
Nebraskan also had a small cow
bell and the delegation went sing
ing and ringing its way through
out I ho convention.
S R. McKelvie of Lincoln,
editor of fhfl Ne'brasku Farmer
and promoter ' "of the excursion,
was one of the prominent figures
at the. meeting! lie had a place
on tin) program, and with much
credit represented the Oolden Rod
In the, 'election of vice presi
dents,' each to represent a sec
lion of the country, Mr. McKelvie
w as chosen vice, president' to rep
resent the northwest division.
This puts him in a position to do
niurM! good for Nebraska in an
Secretary Weseott will make a
full report of the convention at
the next, meeting of the Com
mercial dub. He said that the
way Boston handled the conven
tion was perfect, and that the
hospitality was way beyond par.
Every comfort of (ho deelgates
was looked after, nothing being
loft, undone, and the program was
carried out absolutely as ar
ranged. Teachers at Weeping Water.
The annual institute of the
Cass County Teachers' associa
tion Is being held this week at.
Weeping Water, beginning today.
It will be in session live days.
Mary E. Foster," county superin
tendent, is in charge of the meet
ing. I- The congrogaliiui of the,
I Holy Rosary church will give
I a dance al the Kalolieky
I Sokol hall Saturday even
I ing, August Huh. Tcikols
I fiOc. Refreshments will be
I served. Everybody come and
I have a good time.
M -"Mt HM"MMW M"I'
Civil Service Examination.
There will bo a civil aervicA
animation for rural carr-r .
the postolllce Salurdnv tnorni:
at 9:;t0 o'clock.. ,:.
im Out of Quarantine. ,
. CQincilman Newman and Jaine
Hickson were "released from
quarantine today. They had mild
cases! of smallpox.
Announcements are out tolling
of Iho Burlington Employps' as
sociation picnic al Capital Beach
on Thursday, August 17.
Harold Slroighl of Omaha was
in town yesterday visiting rela
tives. l.ia;i. Miiif k.
Stnte of NVtiriiKku, Cuhh County, ?.
Wllliion W. tOmt.'n and Krnn'.. (.
Itnnfor will tiike notice Hint on ;l;; Till
lay of AiiKiiKt, 1911, M. Areh.i, ii
Justice of the I'euce of the CUv or
I'luttHiiHMith, 1'iiHM County, N-elrrkii,
IhkikmI ii n order 'of nttiii-litiinnt f- Hit
Hum of lull. Dili In nn net Ion pondlti lie
fore liltn wiri'ln (leorire l'im U Is
pluhllllT iiml W" 1 1 1 In tit W. CoiUp ;iu,l
l-'ifinlt C. Ilenfcr nro l-f enilnnts, Unit
the properly of Iho oVfenilimt, -on-flutfriK
of a ilelit owlnir !y WVyr . ,V.
HailrHlm to the xahl William W. C ' iK-h.
IfMM been attached under mild n.iei
Said i'lniNO whn continued to the "ntl
day of Heptemhor, 1911, at I o'- 'ocH
liatod at I'lnttHinoutli, Nebraska thin
10th day of A u taint, 1911.
OoiKfl l'olsall, ritttntlV.
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