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MONDAY, JULY 6, "1914.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL,
notici: or s i.iz.
In tlie Matter of tlie Instate of Henry
Stull, 1 teceast-d.
Notice is hereby given that In pur
suance to an older of Hon. James T.
l'.-sley, judge of the District Court of
ass County, Nebraska, made on the
--i Hi day of June. 1S14, for the sale of
the real estate hereinafter described
there will be Fold at the south door of
court house in the City of I'latts-
moutl., in said County, on the Mil dav
of Aujjust. 1SH, at ten o'clock a. m., at
Iuh!ic vendue to the highest bidder for
cash. l. iter cent of the bid to be uaid
at close f sale and the balance on or
before confirmation of sale, the follow
ing described real estate to-wit: An
undivided one-sixth. subject to tlie
dower anil homestead risht of Apratha
Stull therein, of the east halt of the
northwest quarter of Section two CJ),
Township twelve (12 , Kane thirteen
.. containing seventy-tour and
S7-lo0 acrjs more or less; the east half
of the southwest quarter of Section
two Township twelve (12), Kansre
thirteen (13 i, containing eighty acres
mure or less; lot four i.4 in the north
west quarter of Section thirty-six (36 ,
Township thirteen !.;. Kanice thirteen
l'J. containing twenty-six acres more
or less: lot three (III in the northwest
quarter of Section six. (ti). Township
twelve ilZ), Kantre fourteen (14), cin
taininsr twenty-two and 7."-10o acres
more or less, all in Cass County, Ne
braska. Said sale to remain open one
Iated this CSth dav of .Tune. 1914.
C. LAWUKNCi: STfUU
Administrator of the Kstate of Henry
I. c. DWVEi:, Attorney.
MUK i: to chkiiitohs.
st at I" r nkhkaska,
Cass County, ss.
lu CouuI.t 'onrt.
In the Matter of the Kstate of George
V.". Vass, deceased.
Notice is hereby civen to the credit
ors f said u.eceased that hearings will
l-e had upon claims tiled against said
state, before me. County .ludire of
i "ass County, Nebraska, at the County
Court room in I'iattsmouth. in said
County, on the 27th day of July, 1 i 1 4.
:,r.d on the L'Mh day of January. 1115,
at 10 o'clock a. m.. each day for ex
amination, adjustment and allowance.
All claims must be tiled in said Court
on or before said hist hour of hcarinsr.
Witness inv hand and seal of said
Count v Court, at Plattsmouth. Ne
braska. this lOth Uiv of June. !14.
(Seal) ALLKX J. KKKSON.
JOHN M. LKYPA.
Attorney for Kstate.
mitk i: to -i:i-:dit.!IIs.
STATK T NKi-.HAShlA.
Cass County, ss.
In County Court.
In :! e Muter of the Kstate of Ivon S.
Whit' ilf-i eased.
To a!! persons interested: You are
hereby notified that there has been filed
in this Court the report of the admin
istrator of above estate, together with
his petition for final Fottlement and
distribution of t! e residue of said "state.
That a hearin-r will b had upon said
report and petition before this Court
at th Court House in the City of
I'iattsmouth. said County, on the 7th
lav "f June, l r 1 4 . at 9 o'clock a. m.
A!' o'.irHj j,-,ns thereto, if anv. must
filed on or before said day and hour
of ' ' jirin-r.
Witness mv hntxl and the sent of the
Countv Court of said Countv this 6th
lav of June, 1911.
Seal ALLEN T. rtHKON.
State of Nebraska. County of Cass.
Py virtue of an order of sale issued by
Jr-mes KnU-i !.-'..n. ileik of the lustrkt
"oint. within anil for Cass county. Ne
braska, and to m directed. I will on
t' e ::7th day of July. A. I). 1914. at 10
o'ciofk a. n. of said hiy at the south
ioor of t ! r- court house In aid county,
sell nt public auction to the highest
bidder for ca.-h the followin0- property,
to-wit: Fractional lot Nf. On Hun
dred Tv.v-Ivp i !:.' in Section Nineteen
lf. in Township Twelve 1 2 north, in
Thin ire Fourteen 4 . Kast of the Ct!
I. M. Ti'e same "einir' levie.l nrn and
tnk-n as the propertv of V. S. Hrittain.
w-i;o-e real nrtme is Walter S. T'.rittain:
W. W. Windham, whose real name is
Wade W. Win. 11 am; Minnie Windham.
Wiiiiam I. Hurke. Julia hurke and
l;ol,ert n. Windham. Jr.. defendants, to
satisfy a j'idsrm"-nt of said court r cov
er'l by thf I'iattsmouth Loan and
Ibii'dincr Asso. iat ion. a corporation.
I ;a i ti 1 1 r
i n s t said defendants
I'lattsmoutli. Neb., June a I. Kill.
C D. Qt'IN'TON.
Sheriff Cass County, Nebraska.
in tiik msTiticT mi ttT or Tin;
Ol M Y OK ts. m:iii(.ka.
In Ke-Kstate of iJelilali Schwab, De
ceased. mitkt: or sai.i:.
Notice is hereby jriven that in pur
suance of an order of Hon. James T.
hf-f-iey. Judire of tlie District Court of
Cass Countv, Nebraska, made on the
first day of June. A. D. 1314. for the
tab' of the real estate hereinafter de-f-eribed,
there will he sold at the south
front door of the Court House, at
I'iattsmouth. Cass County, Nebraska,
on the 1st day of Autrust. A. D. 1?U4, at
ten o'clock a. m.. at public vendue to
the highest bidder for cash, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit:
Lot eiirht (o, in ti e Northeast quar
ter iNK'i of tlie Northwest ouarter
NW',: lot fifteen (l.". in tlie South
east quarter iSKli 1 of th Northwest
ouarter (NW'4: lot twelve (l::. in
the Northwest quarter (NW'i of the
Southwest quarter SW': lot eleven
111) in the Southwest quarter fSW'i)
of the Southwest quarter )SW"4 and
th Kast half (KUl of the Southwest
quarter tSW'i). all of Section twenty-
iiriit (:?. in Township eleven (111
North, Kan-Tf fourteen 14, Kast fith
1. M.. in the County of Cass. Nebraska.
Said sale to remain open one hour.
Dated this t'Otli day of June, A. D.
CIIAKT.K.s K. SHIWATT. executor of the
last will and testament of Delilah
S hiva li. deee-ccd.
IiAWLS & KOBEKTSON.
Death Near Murdock.
1 1 i-1 1 1 a 1 1 Kupke died nt her
In in. near Murdock. mi Sunday,
.July 5. at I lu- age or ir years. She
v::s ;i daughter of 1- 'redn'ck
SJi'Iilmaii. sr., ainl a lady hiprhly
r I'ciin-il ly all who know her.
I'll.' funeral will occur al Mur
j"fk tomorrow (Tuesi.lay"i at "J
o'clock. A nioie exli'iided notice
of Ihe dTiii-e of Ihis mot excel
lent lady will appear later in the
columns of the Journal.
'I'ho-e line, lai e Juinlio herries
from the Thomas place are now
j ipe and ready for the market,
place your orders early by tele
li. i:. Suod?ra.
V P. Schuliz and wife am
daughters. Nellie. Frances and
Aiiee, were passengers this after
noon for Missouri Valley, Iowa.
where they will visit for a few
days with the family of Mr.
THE BAND CONCERT
LARGELY ATTENDED AND
The largest crowd by far that
has attended the band concerts
was present last even ins at the
Air Dome and one of the most
pleasing programs given so far
was afforded the music lovers
present. The seating capacity of
the place was filled and a great
many were compelled to stand to
enjoy the music.
The program was largely of a
high class order and the selec
tions given were of the very best
in the musical world and em
braced some very difficult and
classic numbers, the chief of
which was the ballet music from
''Faust," one of the most pleasing
compositions of Gounod. The
medely, "The. War Sonus of the
Hoys in Blue," was another pop
ular hit and received most gen
erous applause. The number,
"Son-s From the Old Folks,"
which made such a delightful im
pression at the last concert, was
repeated last evening and the
manner in which it was received
showed the deep appreciation that
the audience felt for this selec
tion that embraced the old-time
soups so dear to the heart of the
American people w herever they
are played. The number from the
opera. "Maritana," was alr-o given
in a most pleasiner manner by the
hand. The increasing interest
that is beinir shown in this man
ner of entertainments is most
pleasin- to the members of the
hand and Director Schulhof and
it encourages them in their en
deavors to civo the public the best
possible music they can.
Stops Neuralgia Kills Pain.
Sloan's Liniment gives instant
relief from Neuralgia or Seiaties.
It goes straight to the painful
part Soothes the Neres and
Stops the pain. It is also good
for Rheumatism. Sore Throat.
Chest Pains and Sprains. You
don't need to rub it penetrates.
Mr. J. R. Swintrer. Louisville, Ky..
writes: "I suffered with quite n
evere Neuralgic Headache for
four months without any relief. I
ue,l Sloan's Liniment for two or
three nights and I haven't suffer-
il with my head since." Got a
bottle today. Keep in the house
dl the timo for pains and all
hurts. 2rc, yOc and 1.00. at your
Bueklen's Arnica Salve for all
John Hall, who has been rou
tine to Ins home for some time.
vas able to be out again this
Mr. and Mrs. Soflin of Unadilla
were m town eilnesuay visaing
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hart.
F.lsie and Rebecca Campbell of
Allan tic, Iowa, arrived Sunday to
spend the summer with the Tyson
Mrs. Wileockson has been con
fined to her home, being quite sick
for several weeks. She is some
what improved at the present
On last Thursday, June 25,
t'Jli. a daughter came to bless
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Chandler, living near town. They
say he is the only baby and she
weighs fen pounds.
While J. J. Clies, who lives
outh of town, was mowing grass
Wednesday morning his horses
became unmanageable and ran
away. Mr. elites was thrown
from the mower and his arm was
An accident occurred on the
Missouri pacific tracks Monday
afternoon at the eas( end of the
switch, when W. Roader was
hit by the freight and hurled from
tlie track, sustaining a broken
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shore and
daughter, Charlotte: Mrs. J. H.
Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Warner
Gregory came down from Lincoln
in the shore touring- car Sunday
to visit the Hedson family and to
see the new baby.
Mrs. Ida Grant, Miss Gertie
(J rant. Mrs. John liaird arrived
home from Chicago, where they
had been called by the serious ill
ness of the sister of Mrs. Grant
and Mrs. Baird. She has suf
ficiently recovered so that .they
were able to return hoiue, and it
will not be long until she will have
entirely gained her usual heath.
Mrs. Isabella Mougus of Ne
braska City was a visitor in thi
city over the Fourth, returning
Fine 11-Pound Boy Arrives.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Bar
ney Wampler was made the oc
casion of a most pleasant cele
bration of the Glorious Fourth,
as the stork made a flying visit to
their home late Saturday night
near the midnight hour and left
in their care a bouncing eleven-
pound baby boy to gladen their
future lives. The little lad is a
fine specimen of babyhood and
the proud father is of the opinion
that he is just about the finest lit
tle man that ever made his ap
pearance in I'iattsmouth. Both
the mother and little one are do
Surprising Cure of Stomach
When you have trouble with
your stomach or chronic con
stipation, don't imagine that your
case is beyond help just because
your doctor fails to give you re
lief. Mrs. G. Stengle, Plainfu-ld.
N. J., writes: "For over a month
past I have been troubled with
my stomach. Everything I ale
upset it terribly. One of Cham
berlain's advertising booklets
came to me. After reading a few
of the letters from people who had
been cured by Chamberlain's Tab
lets, decided to try them. I have
taken nearly three-fourths of a
package of them and can now eat
almost everything that I want."
For sale by all dealers.
Change in Hours of Service.
During the heated months of
July and August the hours of serv
ice at St. Luke's Episcopal church
have been changed so as to give
the members of the parish a re
lief from the excesisve heat of the
sumer days. Early morning serv
ice will be held at 7 o'clock and the
second service at 9 a. in. There
will be no evening- service during'
these months. The attention of
the members of the church is call
ed to these changes that they mav
be present at the hours of wur-
A Good Investment.
W. D. Magli, a well known
merchant of White:nound. Wis..
bought a stock of Chamberlain's
medicine so as to be able to sup
ply them to his customers. After
receiving- them he was himself
taken sick and says that one small
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
was worth more to him than the
cost of his entire stock of these
medicines. For sale by all deal
Miss Honor Seybert. returned to
her home at Cullom yesterday aft
ernoon, after a short visit here
Mrs. Frank Kushinsky was a
passenger this afternoon for
Oinalif'i, where .she will Msit for a
few days with friends.
Mark Stevens and wife of La
Platte were in the city today for
a few hours attending' to some
trading- with the merchants.
William Russell and family
will visit over the Fourth at
Bellevue, going to that city on
the afternoon Burlington train.
O. C. Hudson, wife and family
departed this afternoon for Oma
ha, where they will visit over
Sundav with relatives in that city.
John Iverson and family de
parted this afternoon on No. 23
for Calhoun. Neb., where they will
visit over the Fourth with rela
James Jelinek was a passenger
this afternoon for Omaha, where
he will spend the Fourth with
relatives and friends in the me
Miss Ruth Olmstead of Omaha,
who has been visiting her aunt,
Mrs. C. I). (Jerry, departed this
afternoon for her home in the
Tim Kahoulek departed this
afternoon over the Burlington for
Denver, where he will join his
wife, who has been there for a
few weeks past visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
W. E. Rosencraus and wife
were visitors in the metropolis
today for a few hours looking af
ter some business matters, re
turning home on the 1:15 Bur
F. R. Mullen, division superin
tendent; James Emerson, road
master, and A. F. Hedengren,
master carpenter of the Burling
ton are in the city today looking
after some company business.
From Friday's Daily.
A. G. Johnson and wife depart
ed last evening for Chicago, where
they will visit for a week or ten
days with relatives and friends.
Miss Zelina Tuey was a pas
senger this morning for Omaha,
where she will spend the day look
ing after some matters of busi
ness in that city.
Miss Vesta Douglass returned
home last evening from Lincoln,
accompanied by her sister, Mrs. E.
O. Sfeihm and little babe, who will
visit here for a short time.
I.. Jehrig, an old-time Plaits
mouth resident, but who has re
sided in Wyoming for the past few
years, came in last evening on No.
2 and will visit here for a time
with old friends.
Joe McCarthy and son. Joe. jr..
departed last evening on No. 2 for
Dayton. Ohio, where they will
visit the father of Mr. McCarthy,
who resides in that city at the
Si ild i't--. :ind Sailors' Iloiiw
M. A. McElwain and wife and
Mrs. Sorby of Kansas City are
visiting over the Fourth in this
city with B. A. McElwain and
J. R. Jennings of Des Moines,
Iowa, will arrive in the city this
evening for a visit here over the
Fourth with his many friends in
Jacob Runimell, of near Beaver
City. Neb., who was here in at
tendance at the funeral of his
brother, the late George RumnieU,
departed this morning for his
Albert and Howard Cotner de
parted this morning for Shena-
loah, Iowa, where they will visit
for a few davs with George Cun
ningham and family.
Harris Cook and Robert Walling
were passengers this morning for
Omaha, where they will visit for a
few hours looking; after some
matters of business.
Julius Kalasek departed this
morning- on the early Burlington
train for Pocatello, Idaho, where
he expects to make his home in
the future with his sister and
family in that city.
Ira Bates was a passenger this
morning for Omaha, where he
oes to consult a specialist in re
ard to an affection of the skin
from which he is suffering".
Henry Herold came in this
morning from his work on the
road for the Skinner Maccaronia
company and will visit here with
his family over the Fourth of
Herman Pankonin, one of the
cading: citizens of Louisville, was
in the city today for a few hours
isiting with his friends and look
ing after some matters of busi
ness. John F. Vallery and wife came
in this morning on No. 6 from
Denver and will make a short visit
here at the home of Mr. Vallery's
mother, Mrs. Jacob Vallery. Mr.
Vallery is Burlington passenger
agent at Denver.
Carter Alhin came up this
morning from his home near
Union and was a passenger for
Omaha on the early Burlington
train, where he was called to se
cure some supplies for his farm
Ed Ackerman and family of
Wymore, Neb., who have been
here visiting with relatives and
friends, departed this morning for
their home. George Lushinsky
accompanied them as far as Oma
ha on their journey.
Mrs. Richard Rivitt of Marietta,
Wisconsin, who has been here for
a -few days visiting with old
friends, departed this morning for
Omaha, from where she will go to
Chicago for a short visit before
P. J. Ford, one of tlie prominent
residents of South Omaha, and a
candidate in that city for the office
of police judge, came down yester
day in his car from his home and
motored to the home of his friend.
Uncle Ben Beckman, south of this
city, where he will visit for a few
days with this grand old 'gentle
man, and his family.
Mrs. A. Thomson was a pas
senger this morning- for Omaha
where she will visit for a few
days with friends.
J. II. Becker was among the
business visitors in tlie metropo
lis today, going; to that city on the
early Burlington train.
Dr. A. L. Parks of the Burling
ton was down from Omaha today
looking after some matters of
business for the company.
John Ewing, wife and children
departed last evening; for their
home at Hopkins, Missouri, alter
a short visit here with relatives.
Misses Alma Larson and Ber-
nice Newell departed this after
noon for Peru, where they will
visit over the Fourth with friends
in that place.
Jacob Bengen of near Mynard
motored to the city this afternoon
to spend a few hours looking af
ter some matters of business with
J. P. Falter was a passenger
this morning on the early Mis
souri Pacilic train for Omaha,
where he will visit for the day
in that city.
Miss Dora Fricke was a pas
senger this morning for Omaha,
where she was called to look after
-ome matters of business for a
Earl R. Travis was among the
passengers this morning lor
Omaha, where he was called to
look after some matters of busi
ness in that city.
From Monday's Daily.
Louis Simons of Murray was a
visitor in this city yesterday, re
turning home on the midnight
At the home of Mrs. P. E. Ruff-
ner, Tuesday afternoon, July 7th,
U 2:30, Mrs. Kirkpatrick will give
a travelogue in the interest of the
W. C. T. U. Everybody invited.
Miss Lillian Hobson, who has
been here for a few days visiting
with relatives and friends, return
ed this morning to Woodbine,
Iowa, where she is making her
Superintendent W. S. Askwith
of the Masonic Home was a pas
senger this morning' for Omaha.
where he goes to attend a meet
ing of the board of directors of
the Masonic Home.
Mrs. E. H. Heitzhausen. Mrs.
Jo-eph Fetzer and Mrs. William
Sehmidtmann were passengers
this morning for Omaha, where
they will visit for a short time
with friends in that city.
Misses Alma Larson, Bernice
Newell and Gertrude Morgan re
turned home last evening from
Peru, where they had visited over
the Fourth with friends and rela
tives in that city.
George B. LehnhofT and family
of Omaha motored down Satur
day from their home and spent
the Fourth here at the home of
Mr. Lehnhoff's mother, Mrs. F. D.
LelmhoiT, returning home yester
John Wunderlich and son,
Waller, came up last evening
from their home at Nehawka to
visit for a few hours here with
friends, motoring up in the car of
Miss Gertrude Morgan was a
passenger to Peru, Neb., Friday
evening to spend the Fourth and
Sunday with Misses Esther and
Mattie Larson and Elizabeth Kerr,
who are attending the state nor
mal at that place.
Mr. Philip" Hudson, instructor
of at musical college of Iowa, will
render a number of selections at
the parlor musical at the home of
Mrs. C. L. Rundstrom, Wednesday
afternoon, July 8th. Admission
25c. Everybody invited.
P. E. RulTner and wife cele
brated the Fourth by attending a
family reunion at Omaha, the
celebration being held at Carter
lake. Grover Ruffner of Duncan
came down to Omaha to assist in
the celebration of the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Eledge and
childern. of Council Bluffs, Iowa,
were Plattsmouth visitors over
the Fourth of July, being guests
at" the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Hisley. Mr. Eledge holds a
position in the W. O. W. building
as elevator starter.
Our Third Big Harvest Sale
to Fifteen Selling Days
July 7 to 23
See ad on page 8
C. E. WESCOTT'S SONS
France Ballence returned this
morning to Glenwood, Iowa, after
a visit here over the Fourth with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Misses Marie and Gretchen
Donnelly returned last evening
from Nebraska City, where they
were visiting over the Fourth
with friends in that city.
Mrs. Joseph Ripple and daugh
ter, Miss Mable, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Tolman of Omaha were in
the city over the Fourth visiting
with relatives and friends.
William Hassler, jr., and wife
of Lincoln, and Earl Hassler of
Omaha were in the city over the
Fourth visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William Hassler, sr.
Albert E. Piatt departed Satur
day afternoon for Malvern, Iowa,
where he visited over Sunday with
lis parents in that place, return
ing home this afternoon.
Miss Anna Hassler was a visitor
in P.lattsmouth over the Fourth,
coming down from Lincoln irriuaj
evening and spending the- holiday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Misses Zelma and Alice Tuey,
Mrs. E. J. Tuey and daughter, and
J. R. Jennings were visitors in
Council Bluffs over the Fourth,
spending the day with relatives in
Jav E. Worley, wife and chil
dren were visitors here over the
Fourth at the home of Mrs. Wor-
ey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. V.
.eonard. Mr. Worley returned
lomo yesterday afternoon, but
Mrs. Worley and the children will
einain for a longer visit.
Mrs. Isaac King of Superior,
Neb., who has been here for a
hort time visiting relatives and
friends in the old home, departed
this morning for her home. Mrs.
Mae Morgan and daughter, Miss
Clara Mae, accompanied her
home for a short visit.
FOR SALE The Mrs. McVicker
rpeiHATinp nn North Sixth street.
'or particulars call on Mrs. J. E.
Fori SALE One 7-foot cut binder,
(rnnd shans. Gallon Kaloh Hav-
nie, telephone No. 3712. 6.23-10t4&w
FOR SALE The G. F. Switzer
riiinrtpr. three miles southwest
of Nehawka. For particulars see or
write Henry M. Pollard, Nehawka,
FOR SALE Farm ef 121 acres, 5'i
miles northeast of Union. 14 acres
hay land, 20 acres pasture timber, rest
in "cultivation: well improved. Price
right if taken soon. Address Miss
Etta iSickeis, .Murray. ieDr.
FOR SALE Improved 80-acre farm,
miles north of Nehawka.Neb.,
Good orchard: buildingrs all painted
and in good repair. Every foot of
ground is tillable. W rite or see owner,
Otto Schacht, Nehawka, Neb. 6-18-6tw
OR RENT Farm. Inquire of S.
O. Cole, Mynard, Neb. 6-8.1mo-w
OR SALE Good Deering binder,
almost new, cheap. Chas Schwab.
FOR SALE Beautiful Shetland jkj
nif Ht all times, for the next 100
ears, unless I die in the meantime. I
havfl now an extra fine stallion, the
best in the state, for sale Well broke
both harness and saddle. wm
Plattsmouth, Nebr., R. F.
D. No. 1.
LOST-Last Saturday evening-, about
5 miles south of Plattsmouth.
some motorcycle tools. Finder please
notify The Journal office. Itd2tw
FIRST UNION SERVICES
AT THE PARK REMARK
ABLY WELL ATTENDED
The first of the open air union
services was held last evening at
Garfield park and was attended by
a large crowd of the members of
the different churches, and the
occasion proved to be a most en
joyable one in the splendid ser
mon and the interest taken in the
meeting by the audience. The
regular services were preceded by
the young people's meeting, which
was under the direction of the
Epworth League of the Methodist
church, and following this service
the regular evening service was
opened by prayer by Rev. H. ;.
McClusky of the Presbyterian
church, while Rev. W. S. Leete of
the Episcopal church read the
scripture lesson of tlie evening-.
The sermon was delivered by Rev.
F. M. Druliner of the Metiiodi-t
church and this gentleman was at
his best in a strong and powerful
address which made a deep im
pression upon his hearers, as it
was tilled with a clear and
thoughtful discussion of the re
ligion of Christ and the needs of
those who would be a follower of
Him in the work of the church,
pointing out the hard-hips and
privations of the followers of the
Master in order that they might,
by their sacrifices, attain a great
er reward in the blessings of
their religion and loe of the
Savior. The sermon was one of
the best heard in the city and to
those who have never had the
pleasure of hearing Rev. Druliner
the address was doubly a delight
and treat from the standpoint of
the believer in the Christian re
ligion. The services were closed
with the benediction by Rev. A. G.
Hollowell of the Christian church.
The success of the lirst of the
series of services is certainly
pleasing to the members of the
churches taking part and shows a
deep interest on the part of the
church people of the city. The
meetings will be held each Sunday
evening at the park while the
F. J. Hennings of near Cedar
Creek was in the city Saturday
attending to some trading with
the merchants for a few hours.
Carl Crist departed Friday aft
ernoon for Minneapolis and Du
luth, where he will visit for some
time with friends and relatives.
James Kinkead and family came
down from Omaha Saturday
morning to visit here over the
Fourth at the home of Mr. Kin
Mrs. E. R. Barstow of Omaha
was among the over Sunday visit
ors in the cily, coining down Fri
day evening from the metropolis
to spend a few days with friends.
T. F. Wiles, wife and family of
Omaha were among the Fourth of
July visitors in the city, being
guests al the home of Mr. Wiles'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Wiles.
C. J. Metzel of Omaha, accom
panied by his family, motored
down from their home Saturday
morning for a visit here with
Sheriff C. D. Quinlon and family.
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