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tlbe IMattemoutb Journal
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, M ' N I V. IIX!1MB!1R
BANQUET OF YOUNG
O'S BIBLE GLASS
A Great Sucrt-sx and One uf the Most
PItaart Eent Eer Held in
Fr.-m rri.lnVs I a :!.-.
Last evening at the parlor? of the
church was held the
ii :'-vt of ihe Young
the best in a person, and he did not
believe that the usefulness of a per
son was stopped by ape, hut should
continue on until the person had ac
complished their pood for the world.
County Judge Beeson, who took up
the toast, "That Reminds Me." was.
'ias usual, in a bright and sparklinp
vein of humor, and his stories served
to keep everyone laughing as he relat
ed them. hut this did not confine his
speech, as he paid a most glowinp
trlbnte in closing to the American
ration arid to the American horn-,
uheie, as the speaker stated, the
nration and triumphs of
u h e re
tied around the hearthstone.
District Jialge James T. Bepley,
who was a pue.-t of the eveninp, while
not on the toast list, wa called unon
P i I AC
nation had spranp forth and
the pteat question? were et-
p i r
v.r.ich l.i.ve berr
i. until p. r.i..
to ;;n liO'.-r less,
. a..d wl.li the e
it tar i c;: ii'
; or. Sat ' Cir;.
i t. hov-.--.cr. t;.;-;
in.i-n v.-vi a"
!;. !':.-;. " tl.c-
V 1 '. . '.':.: t
SERVICES AT THE
l -;.-n ! e
ng in a! ;
"i. i '
Mrtttr That Ir-.t!-..- an Et
Worth Abort Lorty Thnu-and
Ddkirs or .'!( re.
tfif r f vomo l Ire in; rntnAtvJ.
the voiihtr nu n of the citv. and while L , , - , . interesting.
tate. i.n view I . , . , . . , h? Ja-
f eats of a similar that sint.e asceniinjr the bench he had
the past by this or-: rMvtl . , ,r t, t.QoI.;r, :.
the hamitset las: n.pht f he oon,reled to listfrn t0 the talk.
yet he.d. l.oth m the j ff t)e ,.wvc.. The ;.ldre
u of the least and in the ,.,, .i "
i :i jiu.jiru mi- o.i!ii; men or: ine ill-
of the s;.".t'
v.a.- the he
s pit r. .lit i pit
hard matter to
orate-1 in th'
v i:u-h were d
the !(.!. a-
T- l. 1 1 t
ie.-.' i ariors nau oec-n uec
From rririav's PsHv.
The m.:tte of t!:? e
(larri.-oi:. whith was
(il--i rict court ve: tei-d
nd as th.'
t of "t -M
v. a ; St..
mmmmm to get
lino TOUGH WITH RFLA-
e a La
t -' -
V,ere V. - v B
si 1 1: it itr.:,ro !
!'r s: lit.
:-. ni i.
ail of 7:::t.
of the InTerna
iv d anil white
er the pillars
rou 2'h.n-jt the
-t-u' of the top-tmr.ster was
J tl-e emhlc-m of the class,
at: i v riie circles, which is
i;ed tlu-oueh-'.ut the world hy the
irtpr-:emo:t:..ativ:rJ cla-ses. Tlie ar-rar.-!r.ens
f the r.om made a very
hi." ' -m? - ttiar. and when some
",. yo:; rr r.en were seated around
the va" : .;- ;.i le 'he scene was one
mn-t irp:rirp to everyone present ; c
rr,, t nir.-.' V - .,-,,.,,.,1
tendar.ee at the hanquet and urpe 1
them to join in f ermine their lives
alomr hipher lines and avoid tho-e
thir.ps that lead into the
A plea:np and thorouilily er.joyed.
as well a
side? ai'le ci
of ihe e-Uat
in the Jour
Un.U ! the
II. I. Tra.-
. ;.. wo-
l.! v. as tne
'called t: th
patns o; ; . .
j con-u:erao:e arprj
toirey-; :i tne ca-
io.i (.; te-t:m
'. tn i c
,1 -...r ,...;
t -.at a v.
J T"1 -
diversion from th.e protrram was i ' . " '" ' ' ," "
. ! the jury v.a- ixca.-v.: ar 1
piven m the sjilenn 1 clarionet solo , ....
, t,. . , . , , , the court room wi...e mat
crivcn hv KichaiM Avurr. one of the i , , . .
A is th-
r-.;r ;, v t : t:i pood tamps on tne
me'ri received the frst attention cf
t ho han-aiett s. an-i the halies nf the
Me: ! o i'i.-t church are certainly de
s -viatr of the preatest of praise for
the splt-r.-'iJ repast provided and
there was r.othir.p omitted to make
the feast complete in every way. and
v the vour.p married
leadinp mu.-icians of th.e city, who j
pave as his selection. "Out on the i
Deep." and in recponse to the vo'ly of i
applause pave the "?prine Fonp." j
Th.e principal address of the even- j
C. F. Reavis of Kails Citv. who. tk-
p;te the advice of his physician, came
up to address the you up men of the
Mr. Ken vis w
of t ;;.-(.
V, -. t..,.-..-..-..;.. r.t
s piven by C onpressman-elect ' , . , ,
notes wr.icn sne i:
i- p !
' v p
:sterclay was tlie day ohserved
i-."hot:t the United Ftatos hy the
vclcnt aTi.i Bi-ote tive Order of
a - t;te th.y sot aside to pay their
Tte t.' the memory of the depart-
ro'.her.-. of the c-ider who have
summoned from their earthly life
ir eteri-.al rewarii, and in keepinp
tl:- the memherT of Blattsmouth
e X-. T":' a --em! -led at the I'ar-
th-..t r for the puh'ie cei-e-i'v
of the h..dpo of sorrow,
e mernru rs a.-.emided at the club
or. Sb.th f-neet shortly after '2
v-h i ' ma-cht d in a l..dy to the
;. -, v hc-'-e the f : ont seats in the
ed hy Jud.e Allen J. Beeson who, in f
the short space of time alloted to him,!
paid a most eloquent tribute to the
departed brothers and to the senti
ment that had hollowed the day to
the- members of the order when all
pathded to lay their wreaths of re-
mem!-! auce at the craves of the
pone before. The address of
Beeson was certainly most
j k-a -;!;: and opened up a view ot tne
j deep sentiment attached to the day.
The brass quartet, composed of
Messrs.. II n pert, Harmon, Montpomery
and Schulhof, pave a most deliphtful
number, "The Chimes of Eleven," and
his selection, written in keepinp with
the ceremonies of the occasion, made
a mo.-t profound impression upon the
The address of the day was deliver
ed by Hon. Matthew Gerinp of this
city and this aide orator won new
laurels for himself in his delivery of
on-? of the most eloquent speeches
ever heard in this city, and it is to be
repretted that it is improssible to re
DIES EllJOy VEfflf
A Larpe Attendance to Liti-n to the
Address of State Depulj and
From Saturday's Ialiy
Last even.r.p the members of IMntts
Council, Kni'-hts and Ladies of Sc
id vhi.h had
ot .. . .ii .i- . , (to ire es-a.e.
i i m : i. ..4. - i i . - . Vj.
auiotaoo:.e accuier:i several uav
at all banquets. the,tl,:(S t.. ...i i,;m i,
poo.i tmnps on tne u, ..i n., ,. . . n ra i i-t
the accident, and it was only with dif-J J1 ,a" ,"'!,"
ficulty that he was able to come here. f'';f n", ' ;'
The reputation of Mr. Reavis as an!v,r't're n
Vw... i v. i r i- I took OUt th'
w;in"; litis u: Lirii itvtrii xifiiivl 01 lit if. j
but this was the first time the citi- r:ot"s a",.! ;r"v-
if p. s r,e
,:m : a i
T e e re m
v th" (":::!;
be'-n reserved for
s were presined
lite i ruler. James K.
pether with the orat
we: e st att-.I on the
la; pe American flap.
ta: -.1 t'::
ho a-:d '
o ; : -
h as to refect the
la-!.'-s was sue
prea t.-? f er i:t upr. these ladies'
societies whf have been such a force
in the church work. The menu
served was a follows:
I'm'-I fhi -ken. Sweet Potatoes
Mr -bed IVi'n'i:. Scalloped Corn.
Poll . Jelly.
Pie a hi Mode. Nuts.
r.ens of Plattsmouth had been piven
an opportunity to hear this pentle- j
man, and his address was one filled I
with force ard eloquency, as he dealt i
upon his subject, "The Upper Floor." i
He painted in words of eloquence the
piven to !:(
it under th
need of a hipher standard of livinp j
and pointed to the your.p men the i l'
: - s i!
later. She stated tha
one to assiat in the h"i:
1 her ciauphte:-.- wren th-
cro s s-ex r.nt ir.at i on
Litte ! that she had
n " t h c
. S!'e h.i
her bed urti' j
unk Ui I'li'f ':-. !
th: y l.r i ; .. ;
-eworu exc'-pt j
'V were tit ere. I
Mrs. G: -ri-o: j
! I-wa. i
e a stri
the G I
of imr.rovement of condition i v '" 1
thiouphout the land, where, as he "tl4t',: 11 at
stated, the spirit of self-indulpence , ''""': rna;n
had held full sway over the people.
He believed th? world was prowinp
1 .t, ,i ipiinilirp aVip witn tre t
,ir.p penerr.tion it would not be the ! testimony f-- Mrs. Ga-riso-j
power of wealth that would be on th.e I contention. The estate will
I... ,.t ..l i : tneir si..e oi tne co- ..ow.s..
:rp tr.e sf; '"meT.t tit: t tne notes w
he wi'ne-- r" hi'ul' i ' r ' r. ,
:ii.L iOrt ! 'Jj. Tii UL
I i Puis! hibfj
p settinp for
f ive services.
fore the openinp
ne star sranp!ed ianner.
:.: its cV.se xb.j members wes-e
led f :-wa:t the ojcr.inp of the
p-iories that so beavtifully attest
the d-ee-' '.! :ri.r of brotherly love
th"s p -re en hefore that is
:-i by no otiur oriler in such an
er.-lve mai.i-er as that of the
s tb? si'.very chime-- of eleven.
:!.. y's pold-n hour, ranp th.-ouph
th eater The secretary of the lodpe
... ' the ! ol! of the brothers whose
h -r I
th ' servir:r of the banquet
h ut c -r..-e
i, 1 - ....
1 er of the
v.i:!tn were warmiv arp:at:ue.
he urped the younp men to see that
they did their alloted part in the
v-!e treated to an excel-j plait of life in carryinp out some
t by the Holly orchestra. ; rr.Tns of betterment for the race. He
stationed in the hall of the J pointed out the billions spent here in
and pave a propram ofjsearchinp for means for the bettev-
' From S:iT-
a num-iment and prolonpinp of human lift
latest sorp hits, all of
and the orc-hestra
-'m! e. co
m o - t p! er - 1 a v ma r. n e r.
For the difficult position of toast
master of the bannuet the committee
while in Europe billions had been
spent to end the lives on the battle
fields, and claimed America as the
1 to respond with sev- j evidence of the world's betterment.
which thev did in a I While Don C. Vork was pivinp the
elosinp rum be on the toast list, that
of his bass solo, "Brave Sentinel," he
was overcome by the heat of the room
ements had selected I'rin- j and was unable to finish his splendid
O. Eppenbrrper, and the ; number. The indisposition of Mr.
: let . a te: -.it..'.. it iiio.-l jiui'i'v
rn as the clever arid witty in
t : od act ions of th.e different speakers
of th.e eve?drp made a hip hit with
th.e nudi.-rce of vounp men and show-
York was very much repretted by
The interdenominational character
f the bannuet was shown by the fact
that Rev. II. G. McClusky of the First
f d the preal ability possessed by Mr. ! Presbyterian church offered the in-F.pporbcrr:'!-
ahmp this line. vocation, while Rev. W. S. Leete of
As ha- I con the custom in years the Episcopal church pronounced the
; a.-t. the openinp r.umV-r-r on the benediction, foi'owinp the pivinp of
toast li.-t was of'e:e'. by a member of .the chautauqua salute by the banquet
the bible cla-s, and Floyd. Stone, thejers in honor of the ladies, speakers
vice president, in welcominp to the j and others who assisted in the pro
banquet the pue-t? of the eveninp, ! pram.
told a little of the wo-k done and the J
future outlined by the Younp Men's Final Settlement Had in Court.
Bible class nmcr.p the younp men of From Friday's railv.
the city. The subject of the speaker J Yesterday in county court final set
was "Iterr.m." and the younp man ; tlement was had in the estate of Fred
covered the pround tho--ouphly in cx-'eritk Wilhelm Schlichtemeier, de-
pi ven to the v.
and that t' - ir:
in the manner
idow by her hush-.
i 7 ?c v .'V " V O" C V TT. II
claimtd. M: f.h
for the widow, wh
( i' a nt
ey v. as ma.ie
at hV ho:-.- h.
the "v li
t e'. i"..." p
the estate and the ndrnini-trator. Ij.-.a
W. P.. Band np. are represented b
Rawls .v Robertson.
1 . i o
i ; :
THE FARMERS' STATE BANK
OF mm 0UIT8 BUSINESS !::
nates .' the ida.-s d
rh sch.ee! swept d -wn . j. (
. v ht.me to pi e tiieir ! r
and president a surprise, as he Sf,
s to leave soon for Kansas I
Missouri. I'aui was lot en- I
:n tne dan: as to th? project-
rri.-o ".itti w,
From Fri.lav's la:tv.
The Farmers' State bank
Neii.. which for the past year has !
operatinp in charee of John Ii. Pier-
son, as ca-hier. has c a-ed to
it Union, jli-
e'l ' -
of i Gam
Union, as the deal wr.:- closed ye ter-ia
dav where bv the Brr.k of Uric:! pt;r-ia
chased the stock and business of the ; t.erpcr
Farmers' State bank and Ca hier j sev e-al
Jack Patterst n of the Bar k of Union i Supetn:
s w'hoilv utiaware ..
the intention of his frk-nds until''.,
. i . .i.i'''
- entered tr.e r.oa-e and ; oeeene.i i
J a mo--t deliphtful evtr.irr. j
unp folks ha 1 come prepared j -
poo.! tpr.e ana u:e rru::::;
e. if all reports are to be be- !
and one who knows the mem- ,
th- junior class can fully ap- i
e the pleasure that the oc-!
must have broupht forth.
of various kinds were enjoyed, j
1 as cevoral nturlcal numbers .
.- -r T- I
rps. j'rine-T'a! -. t,'. r.pp;1 a-
r c-s": -:a had "one f : om the lodpe and
v !"- o '."'.; s will itevcr respond to
! .'d-v;'ll of the eaily ldpe apain,
ar.'l r th -Ir names were called there
.-r'ar:'1' i-ttd 1 1 Te er. the rea of the
- :-; th.e natecs of th detiarted. il
'umira'.e 1 vi'h lectrie liphts, and
remai; ed until .he close of the
s'."- i -e. T; e on.-nh'p number on the
: oprart, fcl-owinp the ceremoTties of
I t- J..-'pe officers, was the vocal solo
M.-s. Helen Bawls. "One Sweetly
nm Th.ot'pht." by Ambrose, the
impa'drr ert beinp played by Miss
r.m- Cur.'. mil1-, and the sweet and
ho- st:-;d!-s f this roup, so rp
;.. :ate to the octnision. made a deep
re.-.-ion unon the audience and the
ot tr.e l;i;s p:-esenz. ine
younp folks with
dnp readViPS and
BrooVts wa- rcv
jdaininp the werk of the class.
C. V. Baylor, who was piven the
subject, "Wishbone and Backbone,"
ceased, of Nehawka. The estate is
cuite a larpe one and is left to the
widow durinp her lifetime, and then
prefaced his address with a few short I reverts to the heirs, children of the
and pleasing stories and launched into I deceased, who were present yesterday
the subject with the admonition to j in court as follows: Frederick Omer
the younp men present not to waste j Schlichtemeier, Theodore W. Sch
their time in this ape with the wish- j Mchtcmeier, Frederick Frank Sch-b-me,
but to show the backbone suf- I lichtemeier, Mrs. Minerva Jane Tuck-
will look after the business of the
banks from Ids ban!; in tr.e future. Mr.
Pierson, who was a majority stork
holder in the Farmers' State bank,
expects to move to Tecumseh in th.e
near future, where he resided before
cominp to Union some years apo. anal
will probably embark in business
tvo very d e ; phT f u i I,.'
lo.'w th-n ioined with the exalted
tr.d officers in pivinp the prief
;sipTi r. tne order, and tr.e mspirinp
TiCec of ihe openinp ode, sanp by the
membership, formally opened the
! d.pe rf sorrow wherein Elkdom paid
i; - tribute to the silent membership
v. e rre--er.re had once cheered and
eomforled them ir their lifetime.
The invocation of the service was
pronounced by the chaplain of the
order, Harry S. Barthold. in a very
impressive manner, and was followed
bv a mo t Tdeaslnp number by the
u ;-);!: to rcn.
vocal selection.-. Mrs. A. O. Eppen-
l eiper piacic.ttsly favored the
cashn with sevc-.d o
I'ir.'.o numbers, which added preatly
(Mr-nvood orchestra, which lor its
Iyauisite beauty was very appropriate
OC- ! ,
Mo the occasion.
her splendidi i:;ltha-vn Bauder of Glen-
to the en iovment of
ivcs of the evenin:
e 4 i
wool pave a
vocal number, "Throuph
to Lipht," by Wynne, that was
came as a c
the.-e. Mr. Patterson, who has looked ! mo-1 oe
after the interests of the Bank of
Union, which has taken over its rival,
is a very shrewd younp man and his
friends will he pleased to learn that
he has been so successful in his hank
inp bu.-iness in our neiphborinp town.
o'-i" of the mot nleasinp features of
company wore treated to j S(.rvi(.e anj splendid voice of
;ons rc;re:-rments, wmcn
I'l'.iy to an pvcr.H" of the
Bax Social r.t P.csfor School.
A box soeial will be held at the
r.'der.t to rrnsn that what thev had , er. who rnmp nrt from their homes Bestor school, six miles west of thi-
wished for and to render the service near Nehawka to attend the hearinp. citv, next Satttrciav even in p, IH
thac was needed and expected of them,
acccrdinp to their ability. The work
... . i y
the slnper pave added leauty to tne
ofi r.nd i!i:-ririnp music of the sonp
rnrest enjoyment and pleasure, a11''!.,; tle members of the order feel
the jolly crowd of some fifty departed j' .j,, o this talented lady
at a late hour, wi,kir.p Paul a pleas- for hpr contrihution to the propram
ant trip cn his journey to the Mis
some citv. The entire faculty of the
school was present at the Hundley j
Miss Bertha Clark of Glenwood was
the accompanist for Miss Bander.
Mr. Richard Avad of this city con
tCh'drd a rr.o.-t deliphtful number to
he muiscal propram m his ciarmet
V. ..rvrnn lf v.T.r!s ia cniov a solo. "Snnnp'.? Awakeninp, which
eo. d social time ; h"::id he in att-na- v.:.s in keepinp with the spirit of the
her 12th. All ladies ae requested to j :'v.a at t" e dar.ee to be piven at the : ccrnrion. Mis,s Cummins accom-
full the mapnificent ex
position of the clay made by Mr. Ger
inp. The address was filled through
out with the spirit of remembrance of
the departed brothers who had, as the
speaker said, pone from us we knew
not where, but faith could find the
comfort of'the thoupht of a hereafter
filled with peace and joy, while reason
tnctured it as just the end a lonp.
dreamless sleep. The wonderful word
paintlnp of the speaker was mapni
ficent beyond expression and the
members of the lodpe here were de
liphted with the ddress, which de
serves to be remembered as a master
piece c.f oratory and lanpuape.
Th.e closing ceremonies by the lodpe
were followed by the benediction
pronounced by Rev. W. S. Leete of St.
Luke's church, and as the noes of
the Doxolopy, played by the pianist,
Mr. B. A. Rosencrans, stole throuph
the theater the larpe audience joined
in sinpinp the sonp and remained
standing while th.e members of the
order marched out of the theater.
This is one of the most notable
events in the history of the Elks lodge
in this city and one that brings to the
eyes of the public a little of the great
fraternalism that permits the life
of the Elks order and brings the mem
bers into prent communion where
their priefs and joys are shared alike
and as the order has adopted the
motto. "The faults of our brothers we
write upon the sands their virtues
upon the tablets of love and mem
ory," the members each year join in
th.e public demonstration of their un
forpotten ties that; have bound them
with the ones por.e or. before.
! a n
v as p' tilt-
r ha in-
WARBft a SHULD1GE PRE
SENT A VERY ATTRACTIVE
AND HANDSOME W!NDDWTHE FOOT BALL TEAM QUITS
FOR THE SEASON AND MAKE
From Saturday's Patty.
The persons having business on
Main street have commented very
much on the attractive window in the
store of Warpa & Schuldiee, which is
used for displaying their line of gifts
in the line of electrical fixtures for the
home and articles that will tend not
only to brighten the home, but lessen
the labor of the housewife. The
background of the window is formed
by a larpe fireplace, in which plows
a mir.iture fire, while the line of ar
ticles, such as fancy lamps, toasters,
electric irons and other articles of a
similar nature, as well as a number
of sets of mechanical toys, which can
be worked into a number of desipns,
are also shown, topether with tiny
motors that are used to operate the
toys, and these will prove a joy in
deed to the little folks. Mr. Warpa,
who has had charge of the window
decorating, certainly has a very neat
display that he can be proud of.
curitv, of this citv, er. ioe
deliphtful time at their h
Woodman building, which
nounced by all pre-ent as
most delightful that the o.-d
joyed for some time, and f : om wh'.- h
the member-hip pained pr-:.t inspira
tion for their work of bo,i-tir.p the
order. The busir.es of the se-r-ion
was disposed of with dl -patch in
order that the enjoyment of the social
session might be indulped in. arid
the result far surpassed the expecta
tions of everyone in its plea-antii"-.-.
One candidiite was taken into the
order at the meeting.
The social features of the evening
were entirely informal and very plea--inp
to the larpe crowd present and
the members who aided in the
amusement of the lodge can rest a--suired
that their effoits were greatly
appreciated. A number of the younp
ladies present at the meeting were
induced to render a number of very
pleasing and thoroughly enjoyable
vocal numbers and were heartily en
cored and compelled to respond v. hh
a number of selection-..
State Deputy Lafferty wa' present
at the meeting and addressed the
members at length on the work of
the order and outlined a propram f
woik for the winter months that
certainly should result in a great poo 1
to the order. He urped especially
the formation of a drill team to carry
out the ritual work an 1 to create a
preiter center of interest to the lodge
in its work.
One of the features of the eveninp
was a most dliphtful luncheon served
by the committee, which served to
satisfy the wants of the inner mar
and the committee received the ap
preciation of the gathering for their
thoughtfulness in looking after th:
warts. The lovers of dancing, aft' r
the adjournment of the icpular pi-hre
meeting, enioyed themselves until ;i
late hour in the tripping of the d ine,
which was pronounced to P.- n.ose -joyable.
Wall Paper, Paints, Glass, Picture : bring boxes. Everybody invited.
of the world was needed to develop ; Framing. Frank Gobelman
Miss Jennie Batten, Teacher.
Gtrir.en Home on Saturday evening, j par.led Mr. Avard at the piano,
Decer. bcr 12th. , j The eulogy of the day was deliver-
From Saturday's Paily.
Osworth Lawson of Nehawka was
in the city last evening and he was
badly bruised about the face and body
and looked as if he had been run
throuph a threshing machine. It
seems his team, while they were
working about the quarry at Ne
hawka became frightened and ran
away. Mr. Lawson became entangled
in the lines and was dragged some
distance before the team could be
captured. Nebraska City News.
Joy Weichel of Elmwood was in the
city yesterday for a few hours visiting
with friends and relatives.
From Sattirdn v's Padv.
The foot ball team which has rep
resented Plattsmouth on the piidiro i
the past season, last eveninp met an I
formally dissolved their organizati. a
for the season and divided the prof.!-;
of the year, which is quite a n otl
proceeding, as heretofore there has
never been a team that realize 1 a
profit from the season's bu-dnes . a
it was generally a cae of digri'.p up
for the expenses from the p"ci.ets of
the players. The success of the t am
was well deserved and trie men:!. , s
of the organization fel nuite prat"-
ful to the public who have o hearti'y
piven them their support during this
time. The boys have placed their war
tops away to await the call of the
pame next season, when they expet
to get busy and make a record better
than the one this year.
The football boys are very enthu
siastic over the prospects for a bas
ket ball team here Ihis season i nd
will take steps if the proper hall can
be secured to start in to practice at
once in order to open up the sea.-on
ripht and will let the public know that
Platsmouth is on the basket ball map
W. Ii. C. Meeting Postponed.
On account of the inclemency of ti e
weather, the W. R. C. social meet in p.
which was to have been held at th..
home of Mrr,. John Elliott Tuesh-y
afternoon, has been postponed indefinitely.
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