The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, December 17, 1914, Page PAGE 5, Image 5
1) THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 191L PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL. TACT. 5. in 1 V Carpets,Rugs,Mattings,Linoleum, Vaccuum i Wizard Mops h run n s ? 1 illi i S (uiiLpL rm'sen. nn The idea of buying more useful gifts for the Holidays is spreading universally, and so strong is the movement that this store herewith offers a practical list of special Xmas of ferings, which will further the PRACTICAL GIFT MOVEMENT. This store will retain its pre-eminence as a toy center, but from this date until the night before Xmas will make special features of merchandise suitable for the practical gift buyer. 2ET2S36 Furs! Furs! Furs! -A. A Vj - : . ----- 7 tlSL Handkerchiefs! We cordially invite you to cull and see our new importation of Snow Flake (Pure Linen) Handkerchiefs, now being displayed, as a guarantee of Absolutely Pure Linen and High Grade' Quality. Piactical Gifts, jc to $1.30 each. Silk Hose! A All the late styles in Scarfs and Muffs. The new Mellon Muff at flO.00 and up Children's Sets at $ 3.50 and up Practical Gifts. 7377- 7360 This Stunning Blouse and Short Wide Skirt may be seen with many other smart new styles in The Butter Fashion Sheet for January. Call at our Pattern Department and pet a copy FREE. That really give serv ice. You know the story a rip a "run" and in a jiffy your ordi nary silk stockings must be thrown away. This can not happen if you wear Golham Gold Stripe Hosiery. Practical Gifts. $1.00 and $1.50. Gloves ! Virginia Kid Gloves, in all the leading shades; worth $1.75, our price $1.50 Practical Gifts. Linens! Table Linens at varying prices 50c up to $2.00 Napkins, per dozen $1.00 up to $4.50 Practical Gifts. Lunch Cloths, Doilies, Towels, Scarfs, Stamped Goods. Women's Blouses! White Silk Embroidered Waists, long sleeves, plain collars, sizes 34 to 44, price White Crepe de Chine, accordeon pleates and $2.50 Rim s ! chiffon ones Practical Gifts. . $5 up to $9 For a Special Inducement for Practical Gifts, we are going to offer on all our 9x12 Ax. and Wool Fibre Rups a 10 Per Cent Disccunt from now on until the night be fore Xmas. Practical Gifts. ' zr-rq We are also showing a nice line of Novelties in Sew ing Sets, Sweet Grass Baskets Sachet Bags, Trays, Pin Cushions. Practical Gifts. ers and Wizard Mops! Vaccuum and Eissel will A great find was the Vacuum Sweeper for the housewife. We have them at. .$3, $7.93 and $8.50 Wizard Triangle Mop The only Mop that gets in the corners. For Xmas offer we give cne quart of oil free, making a $2.50 value for. . . .$1.50 For the Infant Brush and Comb Sets, Rattles, Sacques, Booties, Hoods, Etc., Etc. Practical Gifts. '.5 3 DOVEY & Plattsmouth, Nebraska. THE PRACTICAL GIFT STORE. I3C Christmas is Slipper Season! New Postmaster Appointed. After you have thought and thought, been all over town, and looked at a thousand useless ar ticles, you'll undoubtedly decide to give SLIPPERS! Our line of Men's Slippers is as fine an assortment as you will find anywhere. Slippers in Black and Tan Kid Skint in Opera and Everett st3'les $1.00 to $2.50 Women's Felt Nullifiers, Fur Trimmed, in Black, Gray, Blue and Red colors $1.00 to $1.50 Children's Felt Nullifiers 85c to 95c Indian Moccasins Slippers are now always have been and al ways will be An Ideal Christmas Gift. -Feizer's Shoe Store- I TOE-HEtt J- f Y From Tuesday's Dally. The postoffice at Cedar Creek, which for the past few years has been filled by Mrs. Frances Sayles, has been changed by the appointment of Ashley O. Ault. The dispatches from Washington, under date of yesterday, conveying the information that this gentleman's name had been sent to the senate. ,VW . . . i i Farm Loans at Lowest Rates. T. H. POLLOCK. 12-14-tfw PAINS IN BACK AND HIPS. Are an indication of kidney trouble a warning to build up the weakened kidneys, make them vigorous, rid your blood of acids and poisons. Go to your druggist for Foley Kidney Pills. In 50c and $1.00 sizes. Sold in your town by all druggists. Visitor Wins Wrestling Match. The -wrestling match at the Grand theater last evening was not as great a success as the promoters would have wished for, and Evan Jvoble of this city proved no match for his opponent, "Kid" Gamble, who dumped him for two straight falls in eleven minutes. Noble was outweigh ed and outclassed by the heavier a(hlete. and while he put up a? good a shoving as possible, failed to score on the visitor. MUKDOCK. (Spciil Correspondence.) Dr. Russell Hornbeck was a Soiuh Bend visitor Sunday. Mrs. I. "). Jones and daughter were Omaha visitors Friday an-i Saturday. Emet Fightman of Oniahi caVnr Tuesday evening for a vioit anions friends. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Guthmn and sons, F. R. and Joe. were Lincoln vis itors Sunday. The scores of the two basket ball games played at Elmwood Friday evening were: FJoys, 1! to ill in Mur dock's favor; girls, 13 to il in Fim wood's favor. Hurrah for the ice! A number of the school children broke in their skates Tuesday evening on Will Schewe's pond. Mrs. W. O. Gillespie left Wednes day for Lincoln, where she visited her father-in-law, and from there -will visit her brother, Will JIcNamara, and family of Fairmont for a coupie of weeks. Little Douglas Tool is some better at this writing. Hopes are entertain ed that he will continue to improve. Lewis Hornbeck was n Lincoln vis itor the latter part of tho wee!:. i'miiii ti: o'i n r. In the oiitily o:ri f 4 uiintv, N t'krak. J 11 t!1" 'att r of tic Kstat of Arc l.i- I.l ! .! Kj'-i, I-t-c-a "til. To :i -l.-.Jl,s 1 !i trie "l fd in SniJ C-i... ;-: V.ii win t:-i iiotict- tluil n i '.i.' M!i i;y "i" 1 -. flM . l V;is liirll ii: !iiis 'imi a ttr-1 it i 1 1 ;ill-UitiK tliiil A ! h I !.u 1.1 l:;;u r. I. t - of MuicliirU. 1 'ass Comity Ni-i:i Li.-k.i. il' ; ;i it i-. I this I i t hi tli'"-IC! l.iv of i in i'-r. tes tulf, ii':ii:n t-stal'.' ill v;s i i t'l'iinty to 1m ;i .i n. ; j. it t-ft uini ir;i yini for II. i- :o ti.-l t of intl'llint';t I'roJi-'Sf'l as ti;- !.:i-t V::1 ai:.! Ti-st a nn-iit of saiil ilt-i fit .!, alul t an r mi 1 1 : on tinri-of iri si lit t-i to Caivn .1. is, ii3tl:i-! us i:f-iuior in sail : :: st ri! hum: t , or to .-o:n- . I t , i- s"ital.!- i-T.-on as to ta. ,'i'iii t ii.::- ,-.-ni .i i r. Y.i'i fi:ri.r !aK.- not i'- that :i !aa i ; a u up .--ah I i t i ! ion a ml t l.o pro. f s lif t!,.' '-.-iit i 1 1 of s.,l," i list 111 iikti t wsl' !:i ! "ii t. it': ihl.v of .f3itiiu lv, at 1 ' o'ci.M k a? in., at tin- I'oiiatv Curt Ci'.in in t:.'- CM of 1 Mat t sti:.iM !.. Cass CuiiC". Nehra-k;i. urn! tl:at mil. ss ;:iis.- In- .-'.own o;i i.r litfor.' Nil ill ilav ;i!,il hoiii' of !. 'aim-;, t!a- .riiy-r of v;ij.l it:t:o:i n-av ! m.ilit'i jitai saiil in : t 1 i - t.i. -ii t iii'mit ti-l to Jitohate. Willi'ss i t i -. - lia mi ami 1 1 1 sf al of saht 'oiirt i' t 1 'ia ! I s;uo ii t h this Sth day i.r ici-.-ia i.iT, l:'l I. :v lUt- Court. al.i.i:n .i. r.i:i:si i.v. Count v Jiuli-i'. .1. .1 r" M l.KYI A. . 1 1 orin-v for Vtitioji.-i . 1-14 ::vks- VI. MliM I'. It: tlo lustli'l Court of C.,-s Coo-itv. , ! it :, -a . A .1. S-ai:ia:i. I'laint..!', vs. Ti-.A is Cra ht r--, i t jil., I 't f. -i.. hit. is. . ". li.M.s. first nanif n a k io. v.-n. !f i ! i ; I -r . first i . :t 1 1 1 iitikiiown. Cutli i i :i-i. thi- in ktiowri an. I li.-visit-s ..f I'hi'ip 1'. liai..-r, .l.-i-.i:s.-ih t ln- ini n.i'A' n hirs ;iim1 . t-" isi-'-s ot' If 1". ii;:l..-r. oha-i-as..,!, Mulii- !;... fliih.inl liiti', Kit.! t tn , liK-o. lirst t.ani.' i: nk t.ov hi-:rs of Viliiam iiii-f. liiifa.-i.l r.iluarfl UrailforJ l.iti.air i-.,, .. I'. C,ri-,.is!jitf iV Co.. Jut 1 in .'.i.-k i'" it! t i!!;m- of KiiuN. I, .is :; i i.. in ti.o villao of himis viii... .". in l.h.. k :::: vi'l.it.- of Klrn- .i,..l. i..t 1 in Moi-k Wfi:.iiiL' 'a-.-r i-itv. sai.l lots ail in ('ass Ci.unly, X--Lraska. st si nil :n-it of vmi a t o ).'f-hy notiti-il that lij.i.n tlo- 7th ilay of I - .int. it. . 1.. ll'M. tlo- plaintiff' inni-nnaii-.l nn iuiioi. in tlo- ilistrnl cnurl ,,f l ass :rtv, -V i.raska. th- ol..i..it aii'l t.ra.-r i f whi'-ii is t-. !" ni-i-1 . .so tax saia -rl :!:: sital for silli.--i;l-nt ta'.is I.ai.'i with ititi'f-st :i-o riil an. I a : 1 1 .1 s t.-os n 1 .. . . .1.-.-I ri !.-.! r-al stati. atai ; ha- s : i i 1 i-a 1 -:ta;o s.'hl ... k:'. t o- saint-. Yt.u atol i-a. ii uf you .-: a i r-il to ;,t:svi-r sahl j.-ti- ti-.t) on .( l.r-ii.r.- Mon-liiv, the I N t '. i uay of . him:, irv. lt'l.". I'ati-1 this T t ii (lav of 1 (..( infer, A. i'. Illi. A. .1 SMAMAN. I'lainti'T. i Tin-: oi r coi kt ok ( vs I (II M. M:illt K V. no ri f i:. in t!- Matt- r of the Estate uf .lalia A. 1.;. il, I "-i .-asi-il. To All l';ii;i--s Itit-1( st.d in Sahl K.-mt.-: 'i. .ii aro l.i-ti-h- ti-itih.1 that on li-f I'ltn ii.iv of Nov in oil. It'll, N!ito M. A ! i x til'-il a 7 - T it ' ; i in tliis Cmrt a!-It-tjitii.-. i.moi.u otl.':-r thinus, that .Inlia A. I.! -v.h hit.- a t i-sid.-i.t of ("ass Ci ;m N'.-h: -ivii, .a i u-'l this lift i;. .I,,'i.- i;th. I!.".". si-ii-! of tfi- h-i;al tirh- t.. !..!.- (.. 7. , !', 1" ii ml 11, in llimk in South I'atk. an :n.lilttion to I '. a 1 1 sta. ! : t I:, am! I.ot X. in Hloik x. in Noil's A.l.(;tio:i t'i I "la 1 1 stnou t h. J't- '.raka, v."! i.i. i oa 1 i--t.itt- was mt .lis,.-o.-!-il of iv sai.l il.-i-oasoil in' will i- .'.-:: i ia hot- 1 i f ii : t: ami that m.H'i than r;i.o war hao i-Iai'S'-il sim-o hi-.ii-ati: of ,-a;.l !. oa.-i-.i. ami .ray.i:i; th ('...;it fo; a il-, i'i- t ii hi is h i n u of rooor.l tio tiiiht of smi'-ssion to sy-li mil ostato to fo in tin- ihihlioti of sai.l ih.oas-ii. t..-uit: Wi'.iiatn A. I.i.i.il. a son: .lohti A. T.hoil, a sun: .. M . Aiix. a 'la n a i 1 1 oi ; ll.-m'sc T. l.'iovil. a son: Cos.- AI i'ail;.. 3i dauliter, ami I t :.si -M. i : v n. . h is, a iI.iiiutAoi. to oai h an u ! i 1 i i oni-ith. snhjoot t,. a i-iuht of i miitosy ami hoinosi -nJ of .In.-,1;.!:. T. hi.iyii. t Iinshaml of sai'l !! oascl, as T : ' x i i i l-v law. A. hoaiinu will he l.a.l iij'-.ti sail1, p.-tition "ii tho Lt'. liny of I Pi'ii-iiiln i, I '.' 1 h ai 1" ooi..ok ii. m. in tho C.iiintv ('..'.irt foi.ni in t Ma : t sin. mi t Ii. Cass Coun ty, N'i hraka, an.! :i !: I ..'fit i"ii s :i t hio.l to sm i; ; roo. o.i i n o- on or hi'foro tho tinio sot for .'..aiiiiu tin- Coiirt niay Ulai.t ti o I'l.iyvi' of saiil mtition na.l llf( !'(- tho riul.t of sm- i-ssioii to saiil .rol;,i,S to hi" IIS Il!loov, :,; jiaH itrli- tion. 1'alvl: Novtinh.-r L'lth, 1 ; 1 ! . 1 ; v t ho ( 'on rt . A1.1.KN" .1. BKKSi N County Juilie. JilX M I.KY1A. Atii.r.ii'.v lr I ' t i t iotur. in Tin-: iko iii'.ikv mi in:- i-:.i: moi ii. j tfKdiiN, ih:ci: it, ii.i i:m w i You ami i-aih of u ale liott-liy n-'tiri-'A that on tin- '".tii iluy uf N-otnl.i-r. t;i'i4, ,,i!n S I i n Kst on tiU-il lis potitiou in tho liisttii-t Court of Cass County. .WLraska. imainst you. th.o oh.ii-i t ami lo a v-r uf sai.l ot it ion l.oinv: to .(mot titlo in san! John S. I.i viiiirst on in ami to that .art of tho .-..uti oast iiuailtr (Si: h I of Si-. th.n twt-Nty-tlii ( - '. i . in Township tutlvo (li Not tn of Kniis;' tliirh-.-n i::i. Jai.-t of tho 'U I'riticipal M-I'iilii ti. it: "ass county. Nh-hraska, houmhii ami il'-.--! i : i! :is follows: ( i.itiTiictu.1 ii ir at th iiorthW'-st cot nor of the .southeast (tuai tor (Si: ' I uf san! Section twen ty -t hi -e i :':! i n ml running them e south t-itrhly ( xni roils, tlietn east fifty -two ( i toils, theme iiorh eighty (Mil ro.ls. 3I1H.1 tin-Hi" west fifty-two (al' i roiis to plat e of 1 i n n i n : ami to furevor far siml exclude yon anil each of you from oiaimint? any in terest or estate of any nature in or to sai'l la mis. or unv part thereof. Yon, ami each of you 31 re re.tiiiei1 to answer said petition on or before the 11th clay uf January. 1 '- 1 T. . .RUIN S. I.I VIXflsTON'. By MOKSMAN & MA.WVKLL, His Attornevs. 11-26-4 wks Never can tell when you'll mash a finger or surTer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. Be prepared. Thousand? rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Vbtir druggist sells it. 25c and 50c. In the C'oi'.nly Court of Cass County, Nebraska. LEGAL NOTICE. In the Matter of the Estate of John M. Johnson, Deceased. To All Persons Interested: You are hereby notified that on the 29th day of December, A. D. 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the County Court Room in the City of Plattsmouth, in said county, there will be a hearing upon the f.nal report of the admin istrator of said estate and his peti tion for final settlement; that at said time and place evidence will be taken and an order entered naming the heirs-at-law of said deceased, and as signing the residue of said estate, if any, to the heirs; that all objections to said report and petition must be filed in this court on or before said hour of said clay. Dated this 12th day of December, A. D. 1914. By the Court. ALLEX J. BEESON, County Judge. , 12-14-2wks Newsy Notes from Cedar Creek Personal Points of Interest Picked Up and Penciled for the Per&ual of the Cedar Creek Readers by Our Reg-ular Reporter of that Vil'ae John (lavier was in Louisville Fri day. Henry Thierolf was a city visitor Wednesday. Adam Meisinyer was a Louisville visitor Wednesday. 'Buck Atwood was an Omaha vis itor last Monday. Mrs. I'. II. Roberts was shopping in Omaha Monday. Philip Stoehr was a Louisville caller last Thursday. Dave Jourdine was shopping in Ce dar Creek last Friday. Ernest Trietsch was a Cedar Creek caller last Sunday evening. Elmer Meisinger was a Louisville visitor last Monday evening. C. A. Gauer was looking after his winter's butchering Thursday. Henry Frey departed last Monday morning for his home in O'Neill. John Gauer was' looking after some business matters in Omaha this week. G. I. Meisinger was looking after aome business matters in Omaha Mon day. Miss Iltnrich went to Plattsmouth last Saturday for a visit, with home folks. P. P. Meisinger was looking after some business matters in Louisville Wednesday. Jerry Frey came down from Omaha last Friday and enjoyed a few days' rabbit hunt. Henry Frey, of O'Neill, came in on No. CO Wednesday evening for a visit with home folks. Philip Stoehr was looking after some business matters in the county seat Wednesday. " Jeff Salsburg, from near Mynard. made his regular appointment west of town last Sunday. Rev. S warts, of Omaha, came down last Saturday evening and preached a fine sermon Sunday. Misses Pearl and Mvrtle Jourdine spent last Friday evching :;t the h'.n.e oi .wr. and .Mrs. John ii.i:;tr. t ! Gcoi-ire Savle- of Platt-r.'.outh, came up Monday :i" i :-u i r. r ": .. 'J.'.'. atf! returned home oi N-.. 1. Henry InheUer- of Men :ii !.!. Ne braska, cam" in Ttie-!ay fur vi-:'. with friends, before t ' 'i ! i.i nv, to 1 : home. Henry Ti.ierolf ic' . i.o; i day. That l.e had t f .' !. v h ert'l. now eon.es ta-i; ...f i itii:.1 rid of theiti. The Literary last S..:ur.J.i .'. c!;:i was Well attended in st-;te of i; -. ie! l weather, and all enjoyed tic- :.- !ic nt program J'fepared. Miss Helen Jo!. . -!'.. I.; ... -y ;!! came d-wn on No. ."1 I::-! S.:' ..!; and spent the day v.'i'ii h' r f..!e!, .Fatnes Johnson. A I lie Mei.-in-,-!' r.iade e ; trip ea:-t ef town it: hi-, .-!i-i: !i l.c-' Sunday. lie tijiots w s!e.!;;r wiily wlien lie got "ui in a field of r.ev -ly plowed giound. Roy W;i.-..n a.d w ife , of 1 1 tu.h.i. came in hist Friday evening to spend a few days with fneids hei e. '1 he rvisit vviil be a verv njovable i .: : Mr. ar.d Mrs. Wilson as well as the many fi ieiHis. Last Sunday I i-ir..' !.c bir: h-i.'.y ' Lloyd Schneider, a r. .!!';!.! of f rieu.'s assisted him in eeL-brating ti e . -sion by caiiing at ti home -f his j-a:-ents. Mr. arid Mrs. Vm. Sc iit'ei.ie . -.t which time they were treat. 1 to an excellent dinner. Il is indeed a VelV depl-t'aii!e o'.'C :- sion when public eatt-rtainxt r.ts a it being held that some your.g i:.en v. !. have r.o respec t for tbemclvt.-s or . ti ers in attendciH'e. tire corr-pe!ied to be "called down" f '!' b.-in!' dis. "i!er!. Young men of prim-: pie j.t d : - !f re-.-jiect vill guard against sh"i' di.-ot -dei'ly c yM'.iuct. and tih .. i v, i 1. .ai ne ither, must do so or they w;i! mh.su r or latT ret them.-.-lves i: to tn- (!.!e. Alvo kotes When baby suffers with eczema or some itching skin trouble, use Doan's Ointmeut. A little rf it gop k-n? way and it i safe for children. 50c a box at all stores. Ed Evans went to Lincoln Tuesday. Fay Parse!! we t to Lincoln Wed nesday. Harry Parsell went to Lincoln Wednesday. Dale S. IJoyles had ousiness in Lin coln Tuesday. L. B. Appleman had business in Lincoln Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Curyea went to Lincoln Tuesday. Miss Stella Shlelsley was trading in Lincoln Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Murtey were Lincoln visitors Tuesday. J. IL Foreman and son. J. II. , jr., were in Lincoln Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Foreman, jr., have moved to Omaha to live. Mra C. C. Eucknell and daughters were shopping in Lincoln last Satur day. Grandma Boyles went to Lincoln Tuesday to visit her son, Will and familj-. W. E. Casey took part of his Goboline engine to Lincoln Monday to have it repaired Miss Eula Weaver of South Bend spent Thursday with her cousin, Mrs. J. A. Shaffer. Alfred Cochran of Omaha vi-ited Sunday with his brother, J. V. Coch ran of this place. , Earl Bennett took his wife's mother. Mrs. II. A. Bragg, to her home in Elmwood Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Shaffer attended the funeral of Mrs. Shaffer's brother, Victor II. Ough. at Lincoln Sunday. Henry Clapp, jr., Fay Parsell- C. M. Jordan and Cliff Appleman were Omaha visitors Monday and Tuesday. The Mothers' Council met Tuesday with Mrs. George Curyea anc' nal a fine meeting. About ten members were present. Paul Frohlich visited his daughter, Mrs. C. C. Bucknell and family. Sun day and Monday, returning to his home in Lincoln Tuesday. Miss Grace Newkirk will give a box social Saturday evening, Decem ber 19, at the Belmont school house, where she-teaches. The proceeds will be used for tha benefit of the school. Everyone invited. ' r 1 son of Ms. Perth a Br-.v.i. on a 1,'t sled and to avoid the ."!'. -v-l l ad .-".vuii oat around to so:ik o.-i.t ' them. TiiCle vv.-s j'.iif. a spectators there and v. I. -t enough had e!a;--ed f-r i'.e re' the trio. Mrs. Br-;vn ...hi-, a and reoueted ?-r:' ' f c .-i:. go down and see v here tl.ey "' reaching the pUce, they f .i.: tor's hat and a g!ove and a !o feet across in the' i c . Soi.;t ;ii of the little los ;CU' s.., n v the clear :.. v h.cii v. ! brol e-n ar.d Ihe bo'Jics le H i . Te. n d V..- to i -.- every c tfort to res'isf e.l a; 1 :.i w..s i ( ! : t l i"; i. 'i h.;'s Obituary. 'ictor Henry Ough was born April 14, 1889. at Ough, Dundy county. Ne braska, and died December 6, 1914, by accidental drowning at Marsland. Neb., while skating on a lake there with several others- about C o'clock in the afternoon. There had been good skating there for three week;- prior to that time on ice si.r inches thick, al though a river "Uri-ent pases throac'i the lake at anolhfr place, p? had been his custom, was poshing t-vo Htt'e bry?. Walr3r Austin. f-ed f ich years, son of Mr. ar.d -Irs. W. Aus tin, and Lewis Bro.vn, aged ten yedis, made, but to i:o :: a ;', 'i doctor reached them au-.m that evening. The : a. . !. body was con! in . ted until about 7 o'clock, when it vv as '.:'! ul t.-n feet from where ti ey ha i bi(Je-:: thi-oue it. and taken out, kavihg be. ti in the water about, four hours i x:aJy. His watch had stej.peii at 7 r.-.inutes to Tlie bo, !y vi.s prepared for shipment to Lincoln and art ivea there Monday night- accompanied by h: close friend and t . R. T. brother. J. L. Roe. and held at the here f his sister, Mrs. W. M. Powell, awaiting the arrival of Ids f'.uhe-r. H'-nry S. Ough. from Pixley. Ca.liforria. vvto. arrived Thursday night. T;,e Lik r d was held at the First Bartisl churc!i in Lincoln Sunday afterni.r. Dcct':t lr 1C. at C o'clock, c-'mdiicted by Rev. II. R. Chapman. A brief A. K V. W. service was held and burial t"(-k place Momlav at I mi ! laih: ,t- Neh.. ae where he was han'ed b mother- und little si. -lei'. lie was a member of the Baptist church-at Whitman. Ne;., v.! uui lie helped organize, and the A. . I. '., t). II. T. and W. O. V.'. orders. In Jo!." 1 Victor was employed :v R ". k Island lines until January, liU. He then worked as sttnographe r for the Yonkerman Seed linj-c at Council Bluffs, Iowa, until July CI, It'll.', when he was employed a operator by t! Burlington system, having b- n e.r.ei ator the past six months at Mais!..! .1. Neb. He was a young man of cm cl ient character and habits arid loved and respected by all who ktii v him. Those left to mourn his untimely death are his father, Henry S. Ough; brother, Chester Ou'.Tt and skstcr. Violet Ough. of Pixlcv, CaiifoiT:a; brother, Milo S. Ough. iVrtcrvrh . California; sisters, Mr.-. J. A. Shatler. Alvo. Net).; Mrs. Andrew Di.-r, Hast ings, Neb., and Mrs. William M. IV.v ell. Lincoln. Nei. The bereu,ved fan.ily ttmLUN vc ai. the parents of little Waller Austin, who was buried at Ailiah e. Neii., Tuesday, and with the widowed mother of little Lewis Brown, vie. was buried at Marsland, Neb., Wed nesday, and extend rot sincere thanks to the true friends who have been so kind to Victor during his c.t. plivmcr.t in Mar. -land. Subscribe for The Journal.