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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1913.
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The 20tH Century Flyer
or 13th Annual Convention of -
ThCass1 County Sunday1 School:
to be held at
Union, Neb., Thursday and Friday,
V ! October 23 arid 24 1913
One week from today the Cass County Sunday School As
sociation will convene at Union in this county for a two days ses
sion and one of the best conventions that has been held in the
county is looked for as the committee on arrangements has made
great preparations for the ineetiog and the good people of Union
have generously offered to act as hosts to the visiting delegates.
Those who desire to attend the convention should send their
names in at once to Mrs. W. A. Taylor of Union, who will see that
the proper accomodations are made for the visitors.
. This convention will be composed of representatives from
all the different churches of the county and is undenominational
and any church is entitled to send their delegates to take part in
the meeting. The program for the two days' meeting is as follows:
: : i : ...Program...
? ; 5C Thursday Forenoon .
' ,:0O 'Registering'' In" ; " ' : ;
t 10:00 "Opening the Gates," Greetings J.' D. Cros?: t ;,:
' '10:30 "AH Aboard" W. II. Kimberiy.
11:00 'Long Distance Reports" Appointment Committees.
11 ;30 'A Clear Track" and aThrough Train' Marg. Ellen Brown.
12:00 "Dinner Now Ready in the Dining Car."
1:15-"Singing As We Go."
2:00-"The Electric Headlight"-M. V. Lorimer, Platlpmouth.
2:30 "A Good Road Bed Foundation" Maig. Ellen Brown. ;'
3:00 "The Conductor and Engineer" A. G. Foreman, Greenwood
3:30 "The Observation Car" W. II. Kimberly, Lincoln.
4:00 "The Sleepers" D. L. Dunkelberger, Plattsmouth. .
4:30 "Department Conferences."
7:30 "Song Service" Special Music Union Glee Club.
S:00-"The Chief Dispatcher" F. M. Drulincr, Plattsmouth.
8:30 "Better Train(ing) Service" W. II. Kimberly, Lincoln.
Friday Forenoon '
S:30 "Obeying Signals" C. L. Norman. Louisville
9:00 "Home Seekers Excursions" W. II. Kimberly, Lincoln.
9:30 "The Bulletin Board," Chalk Talk Alfred E. Bashford, Avoca
10:00 "Cuts and Fills" Wm. VanBuren, Nehawka
10:30-"Bridging Difficulties" W. II. Kimberly, Lincoln
11:30 "Up Grade and Division Points" Marg. Ellen Brown
12:00 "One Hour and 30 minutes for dinner and Side Excursions"
1:30 "Whistling in the Flagman" J. M. Ede, Liberty
2:00 "Freight Train versus Flyer" L. W. Myers, Elmwood
2:30 "The Right of Way" M. W. Rose, Weeping Water
3:00 "The Book of Rules" W. II. Kimberly
3:30 "A Business Mans Train" Will Richardson, Mynard
3:45 "The Store House Department" -E. C. Hill, Plattsmouth
4:00 "Our German Friends" W. II. Steger, Plattsmouth
4:30 "Department Conference"
7::30 "Special Music"
8:00 "Around the World with Miss Brown" (Passengers on this
train should have their baggage cheeked to Zurich, Switzerland)
Reports of Committees.
Ties-(not railway ties but "The Tie That Binds.)
DEPARTED FROM THE CITY .
FOR THE CITY'S GOOD
From Friday's Uaily.
Yesterday-, William Heady, who
is rapidly becoming- a regular lis
lire, around Hip police court was
brought before the police judge
- charged il h his usual shorlcom
j ijib', that ol being drunk, anil that
he had fared quite badly in his
. mental joy riding was evident
from the appearance of his' fare
- . as one ee appeared in mourning
while other portions of his clas
sic countenance was minus sev
" eral large sized patches of hide
ami lie presented a, very badfy
i used up condition. It, seems that
c William derided Saturday lo re
i, ;nrv. his former jag and-seen ring
- - 'some f lb)' famous 'extract qf
f cori juice tanked up to 'more than
L.liis capacity and set forth in
'i' search of adventures mid wend
ing" his way into the south pari
of the city, slopped at Hie resi
dence of one of the peaceable and
law abiding citizens along about
the hour of ten bells, and insisted
on 0011110? 'ft ltd becoming ac
I u a i 1 1 1 el Ty i t.-ti ihe; family ami be
ing warned refused to go when
the man of the bouse smote him
a mighty blow upon his open and
V hildliKC countenance, that. causJ
ed William to have a tine view of
i-Vthe whole solar system in a state
of action. 1 1 1 I be wisely withdrew
Police later gathered him up an
escorted him to the palatial coun
ty jail, where he spent Sunday,
and e.-lerday Judge Archer de
rided that it he would foieer
shake tlie dust of the cily from
Ins feet that lie migbt go free--
aud he shook..
MEETS WITH A VERY
Quite a painrul accident 'b
fell Albert Schublice. the tinner
this morning, while he was en
gaged in installing a 'furnace in
the new residence of .li.dge J. 1.
Douglass on High .school hill.
Mr. ' Schuldice was working. n a
seaffold fixing some parts of the
furnace when lie fell -from and
seeking to break his fall, grab
bed a hold of the casing of 1 lie
furnace as he fell, with the re
sult that the sharp edge of.lhe
casing penetrated to me none-oi
the first finger of the right hand,
and inflicted a ery painful in
jury, rile at once';, Hastened io
the oljUcf of a physician where
the injured member was d roused
and made as comfortable as pos-
ible although the injury was
u.uu painful, 4nnd will put the
linger out of commission for,
several day sat least.
DEATH ' OF A
Mrs. Elizabeth Bauer, o.ie of tho
Pioneers of Liberty Pre
cinct Passes Away.
Born April 23, 1837, in Austria.
Died at 5:15 p. in. on Sunday,
October 5, 11)13, at -her home
in Union, Neb., aged 7(5 years,
5 lumillitf and 12 days.
One by one the old set tiers of
this vicinity are being called
away, ami bunday evening
the name of Mrs. Klizabeth Bauer
was added to. those who hae
been summoned to the 1reaf Be
yond. While her death lias not
been altogether unexpected, yel it
came so suddenly that evening
Ihal il was a great shock lo the
family and neighbors. Iter first
illness was on September PJ, the
attack coming on suddenly and
made in the cemetery just west
of thiS'yilfagei beside, the hus
band, the late Franz Bauer,
whose death occurred September
IK. . 11MU. The oall hearers were
John- K. McCarroll, Fred W.
Young, Klmer Chapman, , It. 1).
Sline, Frank Finkle, and-Joseph
As slated above, the deceased
was a native of Austria, and her
maiden name ' was Elizabeth
llochmelh. In February, 1867,
she was married to Franz Bauer,
with whom she came to America!
in 1871, landing al Baltimore on
October 2nd of that year. A short
time later they came to this slate
and stopped llrsl at Nebraska
City and then located in Lincoln,
remaining there until June 18
when they came to this precinct
and established their home just
west of here. In 1887, when the
town .of Union came into exist
ence they built a home in 1 1 1 1
village. Tbev were the parents
of three, daughters ami thr
sons Mrs. Lucy Chase, of South
Omaha. Mrs. Kale Ross of Austin
III., Finery who resides in Strath
more, Canada, and Frank, Joseph
ami Annie., who have remained
in the old home.
.urs. isauer was one oi im
most highlv esteemed old ladies
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Work Is Somewhat Delayed.
The rainy weather of yester
day and today has greatly inter
fered with the laying- of I he new
curbing and guttering' on north
Sixth street, and if it con turner
will make the work of jjetlfn-'
the grading as I as the con
crete-laying-, very slow ;md dis
agreeable. Hie nucrelo work
was given up ye.vterdny until
more iavoralile weather - comli
that the work mav
as soon as possible
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rT? .vWfnVr.'s V:-, turns, and it is to be hoped that hjoU and. relieving bla.
? V.y1t f v7n:','J','t h' V? ' A'A 'lV-j Ml w,,a,,M'1, man-will ff.vor us comforts. TRY Til KM.
CL ' ""2 "---v i.v-VVi'- v' rl 'r J with bright dear days in order by all druggists.
KmmmmsSM I Sig- lsraai aye6brafiisn.
tonliiiing- her to her bed ever
since except al short intervals
when she was able to sit in a
chair for only a few moments.
Sunday afternoon she did not apT
pear much worse than she had
been, and that evening she was
able to sit up a 'short time, but
soon afterward she began sinking
away as if into a ''peaceful slum
ber, and the close of her useful
life soon followed. The funeral
services were held- Wednesday
afternoon at two o'clock in the
Presbyterian church. Rev., V. A.
Taylor and Rev. II. V. Ilaynes of
ficiating. The interment was
of this -neighborhood, due to her
very agreeable and Kind disposi
tion and the fact llialishe always
could find good Words. to, speak of
her neighbors- seekini: to make
others' happy" when' opportunity
offered. She was a good Christian
wo'iiian and followed the teach
ings of the Uible to the best of
her ability, having been a mem
ber of the .Presbyterian church
more than twenty years." The en-
lire community, mourns with the
relatives in the loss of una very
estimable citizen, and extend sin-
Cere synipathv to tho bereaved
sons and daughters.
Saturday Sunday, lei
18 & 9
FIXING UP 4TH STREET
A VERY 6000 MOVE
The action of
in ordering the
south Fourth sli
the city council
living up of
eet was a mot
commendable move, and one that
will be much appreciated by all
who use Jhis street for. traveling.
ind it. is one of the most travel
ed streets down town ami without
iHMiiii ne one in lie worst, pos
sible condition. W hen the city is
visited by a rain storm this thor
oughfare in a few hours becomes
a M-rilatde nun) .pond, ami il be
comes almost impossible lo get
through with a team or wagon.
Paris of the s reel are much low
er man others, am: m Hie ense
of rain these, become tilled wrlh
water which sl;imls for davs un
til il linally dries up in . the
course of lime., (e ln work on
this .street be pushed,, ami have
il placed in a shape where it will
e possible o dri e I hrougb and
it ..should be finished before the
ne. market day, when the farm
ers will need .to use ,llte .hitch
racks on this slreel. The. cost, to
the city will, not be great, and it
will add greatly to the appear
ance of the business section of
the city. .. . .. . . ..
New Daughter at Pilney Home.
Krom Tuosilay's Pnily.
The home of 'Mr. and' 'Mrs. Y
Pilney in the west part of I he city,
was visited by the stork Sunday
morning', and he left in the care of
the narenls :i line briirhf -eved lit-tf.i
lie daughter, w hich in the opinion MjJ
of I he parents is nisi about the 8.-
! irifl. II... 1 -. ...l.l l-'i
nnesi nine iauy inai eer nitiue ,
lnr :o 1 1 );i i.-i 1 1 1' in I I :i 1 1 s 1 1 ii it 1 1 Ii I P
The mother and little one are do
ing nicely anil
down to norm
ante to atiem to his u tes
"Pete" is about f1
ml condition and k
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Saturday Afternoon, October 19th
Concert by the C. B. & Q Band, followed by the
street parade, headed by the band and consisting
of the numerous German societies, mounted on horse
back and on foot, automobiles, etc., starting on Main
street, and proceeding to the German Home where , a
program will be given, followed by the grand ball in
Sunday Afternoon, October 19th
m Reception and program at the German Home, free to
Charles Weckbacb, of Crete,
Nebraska,, who was here attend
ing the funeral of the bile F. R.l
Foitbmann. departed this morn
ing for his home, going: 'on the
early Jjiirlinglou train.
Try a sack of Forest Rose flour.
Your money rcfumiod if not satis
factory. - . .
We "(Tit ! I Imi.Ii-.-.I 1. J l;ir.H ICi-n-iinl fiT nnr
i-Hc of Ctitiirrb tbut camiut bv cun-d by Hall'
2u(urru l ur.-.
1". J. CIlIiXET i CO., Toledo. O.
W'C. tlio Ji'iiliTsIc-jt'd. faiivp knon-n F. J.
riii'iu y lop tiS lat-t 1j yi'iiri. -nml believe lilui
I'l-rfi'i-ily lioit.irsblc in nil ImsitiriM tr:iiiHiic-t!mi
mill tiiiiinrjulljr nbU-.UJ i-urry out any oliliyutioini
UiaJo by bin Urm. ' .
Ail, UAM Ur UPJllihU r..
Xnli'iio, Uliio. r
Hall's Catarrh CiirV it tnUcn ltiti-rnallv. aclli!
dlft-ctly iion t!ii hhed ni:l uiuo-'m tiirftjccs or
ht hysteu.'.., TciU!atal ipnt frw. I'rlca iS
wiitf rer liutUc . Soli. lij all UrucUts. '
all visitors, and the General public is cordially in
vited to attend.
Address of Welcome by Mayor J. P. Sattler.
Address by Mr. Matthew Gering of Plattspiouth.
Address in German by Mr. Otto Kinder of Omaha.
Musical Program by, Mr. Theo. R. Reese, and class of
- Musicians of Omaha. ,
8:00 p. m.Musical Program and German Play.
A cordial invitation is extended to all to be in at-
4 tendance, on both days.; The committees are exerting
every enorc to inane uuui.utiys x picdautc u an nuu
wish to attend. ;.
Xak UU rsuul J'.UU fur. coufcUpatloo.
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