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THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1918.
PLATTPMOUTII SFMl-NYLL'KLY JOL'R.VAI,.
J Prepared in the Interest of the People of Murray and Surrounding Vicinity Especially for the Journal Headers
Thrift Is Now a
The American people are
waking up. They resent the
charge that they are wasteful.
Bank deposits all over the
country are increasing by leaps
Are you a depositor ?
IF you arc not, join the finan
cial preparedness army. Man
age to lay aside a certain
amount of cash. We'll be glad
to explain our banking system.
Four per cent interest on time deposits.
Our deposits are protected by the State Guaranty Law.
MURRAY STATE SAE3K
Lard fur sale Oldham Stock
Mrs. ("ha--. Creamer who has been
suffering with the flu the past "week
is rapidly improving.
Young & Sco'ten laid the founda
tion for the !i v.- barn on the Kuy
Howard farm larf week.
Young :i Scott.Mi have begun the
wi-.id work -u th" Jennie Skrader
residence on her farm eat:t of Mur
ray. Mi:-; Mae Loughmlge is home
from Lincoln. alsy Miss Leora
Brown on account of the Spanish
Mry. Walker and Mrs. Dull and
Gladys. Pauline Oldham and Fred
('u-duii wtT j business visitors in
J'la ! tcmout h last week.
Word lias been received from Mr.
ami Mrs. Jackson that they arrived
:i: Ore a bur. that Mr. Jackson was
worn out af'er hi-; moving journey.
Word 1;;:". been riceived from Wal
ker Gilmore that he has started
nicely in his school work and is be
ceruing accustomed to the methods.
Mrs. McDonald entertained Mr.
and Mr.-. Warren Wiley and family
and Frank Heed and family and Mrs.
Lawton and Lyle at dinner last Sun
day. i fib. gUUfeltS
Always Ready for Sale
Dates far or near.
SATISFACTION OR NO PAY!
aEVERSK ALL CALLS
Telephone 1511 Murray Exa 'range
Yam! Yarn!! Yam!!!
Government restrictions on yarn lias found most
merchants very short and buying from the wholesaler is
most out of the question. We are fortunate to have on
hand plenty of Knitting Yarn in Khaki and Maroon, and
the price is fully 35c under others.
Fleisher's Knitting Worsted,
per skein $1.00
Fleisher's Germantown Zephyr,
per ball' 40c
Harry Creamer who has been very
sick with pneumonia is able to be
For Sale Barred Plymouth. Rock
cockerels, $l.o0 and $2.00 each. Mrs.
W. O. Troop, Murray phone.
A. F. Xickles who has been on a
motor trip to Denver and other parts
of Colorado returned home last
Miss Pert ha Xickles went to Wood
River Tuesday A. M. where i-he will
visit a few days with her sister Mrs.
D. C. Crosser.
Mrs. Ckas. Tracy and son Forest
who has been visiting Mrs. W. F.
Moore .and family left for her heme
in Plainview, Xebr., Monday after
noon. The War Savings Society of
Lcwiston will postpone the meeting
to be held Friday evening:, Oct. 2.r.
until the regular November meeting
owin to the Spanish Flu.
The Oldham Stock Farm received
five head of thoroughbred Shrop
shire sheep from Utah this week.
They were shipped here by J.Oldham
of Denver, Colo., who has a one-half
interest in them.
(J. L Xickles, who has been suf
fering for the past two. weeks witn
the Spanish "flu" is again able to be
up and around and looking after
his business affairs, although he is
not very strong up to the present
The Murray people are sure a
generous class of people. Just read
the thanksgiving list of donations
for the Red Cross dinner to be given
by the Lewiston Ladies and it will
convince you. If your name isn't
on this list have it oa at once. Don't
miss a splendid chance to help with
a good well, .bring on a fine pig,
cow, horse, sheep -or most anything
for the sale that will be held in the
Minford & Creamer shippen a car Death Of Hrs. J. C. Smith,
of hogs to the South Omaha market j Sarah McXurin was horn in Hunt
Tuesday evening. j ington county, I'enm, Feb. li l s j .
Mrs. M. Baunieistcr is in Murray , ylva Oct. JC, ID IS, aged S3 years, J
this week pew ing for Mrs. Walker J mont hs and 4 day.-. When niu.
and Mrs. Gilmore. j years old she moved with her parents
The Oldham Sjtock Farm shipped - to Ohio and later to W; hash c -wi-six
head of hogs to Iowa and Wyom-j.t y. Ind., where she v. as united in
ing last Tuesday. marriage with Janus C. Smith on
Ii. C. Dais, of Chicago, came in J Jan. Ill, 1S4S. To this union !
last Sunday to spend the day with children were born, ix of whom
his mother, Mrs. Ii. A. Root. I survive her. They are W. p. Smith
Dr. Ross reports all his cases of of riattsmouth, Mr.-. Ku e'ine Kniss
the "flu" on the road to mend, and j of Murray, J. L. Smith of Xchawka,
most all having entirely recovered. (Mrs. S. 15. Smith of Mavdock. Mrs.
Mrs. John Homan has been quite ! T. 1!. Smith of Murr.-.y and V. .
sick for the past few days with a Smith of L'loom field. She a! c haw
serious attack of the Spani.-h "flu." es two sisters. Mrs. ;. '. KiImui of
Frank Sehlichtemeier shipped in ! Lincoln and Mrs. Matilda Pleming
a car of sheep last week that w ere j of Xehawka, and one brother K. i.
taken to 'his farm for w inter feed- i McXurlin of Yepina Watvr. She
in ir. g
There was a good muiiy from
this locality in attendance at the
Ilirz-Rummel-Schafer sale held last
The Murray State Dank went over
the top with their Fourth Liberty
Loan, having sold their entire quoto
and some to the goord.
Mrs. Fred llenrich came down
from Plattsmouth Wednesday morn
ing to sp nd a few day.-; with her
daughter, Mrs. L. D. lliatt.
The plumbers were in Murray th:.;
week and have finished the work
on the new Sans home, and the same
:;ov soon be ready to move into.
Mesdames 12. S. Tutt and O. A.
Davis, and V. A. Kennedy and Pau
line and Fav Oldham went out on a i
walnut hunting picnic la.-.t Friday.
Ther;' are a good muny of the far
mers letting ineir stoeic run in
the stali. fields, tutd :o far no "f:i
talk disease has been reported.
D. C. Rhodcn received a letter from
his son Alex., at Kirk-ville. Mo., it:
which he lutes that he is tting
alone iii"d-, and will soon bo at se
U return home.
.Mr. and Mrs. JIarry Harrows, an 1
friend... of lr. and Mrs. DaV.er of Om
aha, v ere in Murray 11. e latter part
of last week visiting at the home of
.Air. and Mrs. Ted ikiriows.
Mrs. L. D. lliatt and little Alice
Lou ice went o Flat tsmout li Monday
i -veiling to apend a day or two with.
relatives and friend:;, returning lo
iheir home Wednesday nior:tii;g.
Word has been received from Mr.
and Mrs. D. A. Voting that they are
in Xorth Dakota, at the home of their
son. and that they are sure having
a fine time and enjoying themselves.
Aug. Kngelkemoier returned home
from Omaha Wednesday morning
where had been at hospital at
the time Miss Rosa Fngelkemeier
of IMrttstnout h, was operated upon.
Miss Helen Todd v. ho has been in
Omaha far the past few weeks.
where rho was operated upon for the
broken arm received some few weeks
ago, returned home last. Sunday.
She is getting along nicely, and will
soon be restored to her former good
health, in plenty of time for the re
opening of her school at Peru.
Dr. Jake Drendel has ben down
for the past few flays suffering with
an attack of the Spanish "flu", bu?
s not in a serious condition at th's
time The Doctor has been ahtio.t
worked to death for the past three
weeks, having something like thirty
cases of the "flu" under his care at
the time he took sick, and has sure
had his hands full, and was com
pletely worn out at the time the dis
ease attacked him.
Mrs. T. S. Barrows went to Oma
ha last Sunday to spend a few day.,
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrows,
returning home Wednesday morning.
The Murry High School won t he
piano at the closing out sale of 1'uls
& Gansemer, last Saturday evening,
having .something over 200,000 vote
to the good over their nearest con
testant. The children wish the Jour
nal to thank the many friends who
assisted them in winning this priz",
assuring each and every one that
all they did for them will be greatly
v '-"J "
Elsewhere in this issue will be
found another full page ad for the
I firm of Puis A: Garisemer, announc
ing the continuation of their closing
out sale, also the consolidation of!
this firm and the Murray Hardware
& implement Co., after these few
,1 .. 1 .. tm. ,. v .. : r.. ; - -i . - I
uaJB ... x Kiinc ib fin oecj.er
;..i.. .I.,. . . : . .1.. i
I'oo-j km ui next iewj(
days, and goodt; possible will be
moved before the consolidtM ion of J
the two firms takes place. The linoj
of hardware will be moved to the j
big brick building, and the business j
will be conducted under the one '
iuui, xiiii im. vjausemer, Air. l'Uis
and Mr. Harrows at the bead of flu
firm, and will be known as the Mur -
r Z 1 . " - r
ray Mercantile Co.
Ifinvofth readers of th
Joui r.al knov of any soca&l
f TCt O; ltf'21 Of IliK riM l.'l
tais vicinity, miti m!i maii
snil.e IO Uiis office, it will u;
pe&r under this li au;r.r. e
&m til nowblLerus Kiin)ii
was the third child in ;i family of
twelve. She has twinty iive graiid
children and twenty-four great
gran dc hid rem
In 1ST.0 they moved nc;ir Primo
ton. 111., and in May :m;s they mov-
ed to Xt braka. li iuu- on a fat m
adjoining the oae wlorc they have
made thair home for f !.- past 1
When twelve year- of age she
confessed her faith in Chris; and
united with the Methodist ehureh.
ForJy-iive years ag. -lie t ran-ferr si
her membership to the Cnited
Hrithreii foiigregjati. n 'h(ii meet
ing in v. hat was known as the ) -Xurlin
school hue. ;e an-! la"T it:
th" present Oturb'dn church. iler
life has been a livi' -' example of
the simple faith. t;.;uht by her
Mast or and an in. p:r..tiou and lov
ing influence for g-so ; iu the com
munity. Funeral .r. v. re field ai
o.j-.-ihtin (iiui(h i'ls-i.. y af i t t :. ('..
ueaiiii lol oy Kcv. ) ': !. her of V . -ion.
Puriul at tie ;.!t. Pleasant
Llft For Tltanht:
Cros T):ir cr
fZ L"v:i -Ton
Kiuht tti-l.evs c;
h" tl- ed, a, nri
Ln:r have . .!: gei.;.-d by Ltta M.
Xickles. (ib-n H :.-ib:V;er. M .-. W. F.
Mooie and Mrr. Ran Minford.
O.'.sters. fre-h. aal! ;a s.:-n be
i --ed. while two grlK;!t ha'.e bt ;i
!ated hy Adrs. V. al'er Ka:.- Jno.
Kdmunds. !'. A. ;...ot. Dr. 11. C. Re.
Mrs. L. II. .
1 box o; . !r cno leers. i'a lis.
Hiait A.- Tun.
1 dov, n Jvllf.;-. Ilia t K T!t.
2 dozen i'ananas Dr. J. 1 L'.ri nd-
Ih- . Co ff eg 1'ii's te- (;:!( r.
-1 do:'., bana'-s: - I'ub; Can- ne. r.
1 lbs. white V rapes --W. S.
1' (!:. orange
1 (ii,. ora - Mrs. I.. II. Puis.
S (jt. rranb rt i -s W. A. Se' fi.
fi an pineapple Hanning A.
1 do:-. .Tello - C- V. Harris.
" dor.eti bunche;, c-.dery ilenry
Heel n. r.
2 lb. English Wa Inn! s M .-rt .
Hart let t.
This list is sliort et. 4 turk'-ys.
1 gallon fresh oy.--icrs. 1 de:s n orang
es to be donated. Don't all speak at
Mrs. James Rrown donated one
of bens a no one roster, of the fine
Huff Orphingtoti blood. ami Mrs.
John Hendricks a full blooded roos
ter. rOEEST LLOFAPvI)
' GOES TO KLW Y0EE
passed thrr.utih l.ere o:i She early
Huriii.gtcn trai'i for Long bland.
Xew Yoik, when- li- goes info train
ing for the army. IU-. 1 ad lived here
with his brother A. A'. Leonard, un
til in the sprint- k" had gone to
farm in Furnas county, and has pass
ed through thi-: city n the early
train this morning. He si"pp"d off
nr. Ih" Iraki stopped lie; irur i : :
t tile, irol K-f. lint lie was not ! -re.
jn(;1 Tua,.inv v2,at trau Vorf
would pass car t on.
i.lXi.! JL a. i. i J'i iiJill j.x l- 1jJ.D.
rdrs. Lillian Ik her ha
,.r r'. -
ceived a b?t'.r frjm
now 'n the ( harh-e t ti. and lik
lib- o. a. tiH'.or i". toe tia. v
:ne. 1 : '
iH f,.,.,, flV, JUi, V.rit'-S hi:, ma
r j v. ell .:at isked
unr,.r ,r.Jlf is sJiJI p.-.-r-d at Cun-t,
:urharv Tavlor. in K.-nineky, and
is ln asr hospital, v.-u re h- has
p0r.n returned for the f ccend lime,
aj-t,.r having thought l a was ov-r
ie spanbh Influenza, but is go! i ing
along well rnongli to !o abb lo -ie
up md write his mother a b-Oer.
J A vrcnt ad will bring what you vraav
N THE WEST
IILUTEITAKT E. W. TilAiiS LIAR-
RIE2; IK THE WEST WHERE
HE IS STATIONED.
Oa (Viotvr r.tl;. ,
the p;iiiM;t ; of the l,:i i.
o'clock, were c-. b h.ratc a t
of Lieu. el. ant Klmer "
ih" aviation divi.-ion (f
.; u e'hl ing
v, lure lie is j-s a! i :n( d, in the Spruce,
grow'.'s country, to Miss lUriiia
Diim!!!, at !3:fiuiatu, Vi"ahin;:'on.
Ti:e we.b'.itlg- Va.-i a Vi-i'V (U'ti, l!w!.!C
affair, bvit v.iti) a -emi-mi'itary as
pert. Lieut. Ray:uond Crofford af t 'd
as the bo.' t man. while Miss I'iitii
Ciiki'.v was the bridcrmsiil. Mi-ny
cos. ly a.!i'i xn eful present-, wire re-
a Uit .V.
was erw are.
I fiey will make their home v. ( amp
tk.yh s. The ceremony was perform
ed ! Rev. Jewell of ti e Raptist
churt h of that nl.u e.
EAST AND SOOTH
CREST Or EITI'LJtfC T0T YZT
REACHED UC SOME PLACES;
OUlIiHEAK ABATING IN
Waf-htfgton. Oet. 1' '. A jii.l.t
i i.i pi v-. n cti t in t he influenza istiia
tioti ov-r the ct.'.intry was iniiicate.!
hy re(-r!. s reee --e; today by i he
pi'hlie h";.l:h nrvi'-e. but in many
places the cpb mie r.pp.iretit ly has
"t to r a h it ( is-.- ! . In t lie far
i .-t an-1 -n the iV i tie eo;!.--t t he
. it uat ion ha - net j?roved ;o-arl' as
M-rins a- it did iu ti e ea,t and s'jU'h.
'. u' : i; , eri v ha' ; t - ::t of t !: . epi-
n a. vn
i s v. V
i f t !
'''. w the
as 1m ! a ! of ! i: Mi: .
during the 24 hour-
;o.5ay i., tailed fJ. 77::.
ilna; at 7:00:1
t he da v l efc
, h i (lea , h- e t i
a f:-ouj jc.j to :z. rl ere was a
light inert':. -' the nue.iber (-'.
Ari'iv )''' . 1 ('! rs said influ-
i :-.( n-r-.y e. w h-- a-l '
iel: port in--' ie - t h.- : "u n ea.- e
( u - b: cam.- f pi'1' eii-' !i'i:.i!:er 2
7 7" v ;t h i .". ! !'7 (a a t i: .
In 1 1: ea- i at1-! sout h rally
f ondiliom- among the ciilian pop'.i
hif io:i are rapidly improving. ar
eer.iira " r- port to !i;e public
le-air is :-er iet.. In 1 he t'eif!!- we-;t
and in the states b.-r.'.-ring the
Mi-si.-sippi and M "..-.--ourl rivers
ahatit'ient of the disc.:.-.' fb- b:i;
been n;.-te!, ail hough maay new cases
i-tili are being reported daily. In
California "2.000 cas- s had b'-Ti re
ji'trted up to yesterday. Oregon and
Wa.-hingion also report new cases
and some deaths.
riXIXG UP THEIR STOT.E TvOOM
Th- erf crje-iring fir?'.! of re- tor &
Swalek are fixing up their si ore
room in di" room under th" shirt
factory, where they have a car loud
of slaM -. which Wni. Sv.at-k and
I'd. Decker were olphhing ami plac
ing on display some m-w Copper Clad
RETURNS TO CATIP TODAY.
wife and their sen Hverett
who is i a a fed at a camp
tlr-ei), Md.. where he m a
at A bor
the ordance (bpa.rt :::er.t of the army,
and who h"1:- he ti out h' re for some
time on a furlough. IP- cam" to
aceoTnpnnv the r'-maii1-; of a f'-iow
soldier, to Xewir a n Orove. wlit) ha 1
died af the acmn in the fast.
'Mr. Ward and wif: v-.-eni 1 ; Oma
ha vitii their son to 1 vc. h.im depart
on his way back to '.he camp in the
ACCEITS rOGITICTT 171111
Ray Miihurn las. at:'''. ted a p rb
tion wilh the PurungU-ii tvi ;iesi:t-
ant to th" t.gent
'.v: ich is a
i t.rj. .1 1 ion rornnta, a 'ng pe n i,
good ability, and v.-ji par! its: !a r!y
1 a Irani o v..rk. Mr. Mi burn . Moum1
zvA-.f a i tieeess (.f this position, and
he is bright and a htr-ky lad, and by
applicalion should make an excellent
jierson for f!;e jic: it ion.
Modern, -si room dwePTng hou.-e.
I Enquire at office of riattrmouth
' Water Company,
VJE HAVE SURE
We have iheirs in stock a:id at prices lh:.t will
r . Cm !
K surprise you. ir you need
B time to buy il, if yo;: wish
prices and while we have
We have in stock and
r.1-r'-TiT-.. r-e t-.,--!c: firr-s-?r
and is r?as tight. There
which fas. smoke or dirt
installing a heating plar,t
look this furnace over.
s Isnfrimnfft sun
nm mmi g h
CELELEATE3 17TII EIETIIDAY.
number of the friends of
r : r v. t f ' :i 1 li ere: a f
heme in south, park the other l ight
and assisted in the proper cciehra
;h.:i of if " i.r;.--.- Lig of his 171ii mile
stane, which tloy di-l in th" nset
approved manner. Tie y had mo- ie
and game and rem -thing: to ea.,
v. ii a.eied t o t he pb-a.-uff (-f t he
cveniieg, ;iad c u t!:e;r d'p'rture
wished the young man v.: 1 y more
birt i: oa .v a 11 a 1 v i . e. i i
voulJ ie eelehnit'-d with pb.
him aiid iriind".
HE SAILS TOR IT.ANCE.
; . .Mi.ut C. i 'r..':h.- r-. .
,-vl from in r h: ' '. . r : C
Thotna.- from Philadelphia yertur
day an iisiint ing the: he w euid .s'l
for Frame en M ud,.y. Oi 1 . 21.
?.lr. The-uas v. ,;s bern ats.l raised
in this city. lie alfended 11:e
:ehe.-l-. here but ha be-ti away frem
Pore far the pa.-.; ep.-kt years. Mr
Thi -,:ta--. s;iid les h'-s!; a 1 eaitiu'i he
ht ! t ( r end he i's - 1 1 j.s y i, :: e.
lie has r aim-d :;:.!' u p -ns
m- rt:!'?: ed la
pent sour 'in
in train k
' 1 S.
tle Creaf Lak
L'-g k : n
1 'i lo
e ei : ! 1 r 11 l en-.
si urra v
FR0P0SID CGSTJTUirD:;4L ;
The foilowir.g prrposed Emei.-nment
to the constitution of the State of
Xebraska, as bcrt-maflcr set f :r;h la
full, is suhmi'Lted to the electors of
Xhe State of Xebraska 10 be voted
upon at the general election ta ueU-"on w men mm ne.u .-u. i..ue !f-
held Tuesday, Kcvc-mUr A. D. ( rest r.tat ion.
A JOIXT RESOLUTIOX to amnl
Section cne il l of Article : evt n e7
of the Constitution cf the Siaie of
Be it Resolved by the Lrgislaiure of
the State of Xfbraska:
Section 1. That Section Ona c-f Ar-
tide Seven of the Constitution of thfi
O.n.A V'.', L.-V- l... .1.11 ttlft C' .l.'i '
. .. . ..tioo.e
following words: v :1 -"unic-.:
"Second. Persons of foreign birth i-'.v " """! i"-' ""'I de'l -s. Any
who shall have declared their !-.ten-'(-:e wanting furtl.T i n form a t ion
tlon to become citizens cornlormably
to the laws cf the United Ftat'-r. rr.
the Eubject of naturalization, r.t ka;t !
thirty days rricr to an election."
And inserting in the place of th
words bo BtricLcn, the folio win z
' "Second. Persons of foreign fcirth
Trho Ehall have become citizens cf the
United States by naturaPrcti'cn or ;
otherwise conformably to Die In v. cf
the United States at least thirty tiay
prior to an election.
Sec. 2. That at the peneral elec
tion nineteen hnr.d:ed ar.d chtliteen
(191S) there shall b? rubmitted t" t!t
electors of the b'.jU's for tboir approval
cr rejection th-' foi croinp: proposej
amendment to the constitution relat
ing to the right of suffrage. At such
election, on the ba!!.;t cf each dectcr
voting for or agcir.st said propoe-3
emendment, shb. be written or printed
tho words: "for proposod amend
ment to the ccrisiifutLiri rthifin,T to
the rlpht of fuffrage." end "Against
said prr-ppfcd r.mendn;ci;t to the con
stitution relating to tL& right 'of
Sec. .;. Jt Kucn amensrnem. inroi j
be approved hy a majority of all 1
electors otlrg at nuch election, fall t
t meiidmcnt shall const'.tuf t-ectias
One (1) Article Seven (7) of the Ca
etitutlon of the Slate of Xc-bra ska.
Approved, Acril 0. 131S.
CIIARI.rs V,'. TOOL
twciUj-y tf SLate,
a neating oiove now is me
to take advantage of these
would be clacl to show yeu
if i. of r.lrfl rrn?.tru?tion
is not a single point from t
crx escape. If you think of
of any kind, coir.e in and
iiiLiiAiiY iui;eeal will ogcui:
ONLY EY A SHALL SQUAD IN
co::?iia2;ce or okdee.
Fl-'.f'l '."'.:'-.- il.-! s I.ij'.y,
I'iin. Lita.tenant J. W. Ibdmer,
.-ays that t" compli.in,-e j:!t the
recent errVr, which h; - eminated
from th" s".:;e board of !eai,h. that
.lo.r- ;!:; 11 he 1:0 gat!.- rings fr-.m
(it.ie of ii(i:,( e. whit a veas y' trr
!ay, until a t:d irciill:... !'o 1 mber
:is the .!
l.:ieiis .i'. 1
'iik.'e ai the f.oiral ef the late
.at. ,.). I j ; 'il. a. as a sip. ad. in
(:sier ! i ' to vioi-i'e the onb r f riUii
t he t !".t- ! ard of boi.lt p.. It was
intended that the foil tympany
flionbl iiave parficipfod in tin- tc
casion. 1 u; (:i a.c! -.nt of the order
f. r the preMT at ion (f the k'-alth of
1 U' : i a I -. f h change ju the ord; r
of p!v i-ire has Pern ::..:!-. A
:.,;ua 1 will be in a : t en da nee i.t the
funeral t em-Trow. !
J a !'- Harm- f Ik I -Try of C:u?i-
- . Who is the p-e-tnt jul; o
of the i !th, and w ho is a f :ndiua .
f.-r t' '"' 'lit 'i e.f i upr nee justice
".a'- in the ciiy thi- 'lornmg ai'.l
vi-ited th" pc-pie iti the (i:y. ami
abo w: s :. v' s!,-r s:f the (-liice f f
this pgper. J'.id e IVrry i a rkan
ret l.e.vyir. and one . 1 o ir fearb:.,
:n his '! r: i gs, where he has the
faei:', his a lh'U-mce t- wir.it i lav.
and v. hai is r;gh cannot bo :hak-
fr-Ui, Ihc: s-U'h-
: par: h cf 1 h-
n n .1 a
C'.i; USE TE?J STUDLKT3.
j !"! Tu .- .lay's D--.t
I '"'r-r Tniv-r
Isfud'oiis from this
ea U U e tl 11
city bT war
! training, v. ho have pa ed the high
i .-, p,,,, ,.r who 1 a 1 - cred:t . and
I.iciv.eer: the aees ef 1." and
tl.-" maMer can (tdl Thomas
w ho wi!! furnish lite inloima-
pay coTirLnirirr to
FLED P. BUSCII
.- I .
-.' ! ):i . ;.
Jfeliy, V.'. Th Ilu..:.' 11 and
' ii t; 1
P:-. C:. all of (;;.; -,a and of
: i s.T. P. r'Pi!".l!i l: Co , were in the
i'y ; ": f erdy :.' 'i'ta-'ay vi.- itinc
;.t t: ' c i) 1 "dr. i:i: !,. and com
plin.. . (-1 hi'.: una:; C o appcurap.ee.
;:'. apprdr.f: .et:t. of his r-tore liere,
-.: i,'rv lha! it was tie h"s? tippoii.t
( d V.'-.men's Head" to Wtar empor
i.:m in th( e.-gnt'-.
LED CT.OSS SOCIAL V0LKERS.
f !..! Won
!.;; ::r!i Villi'ie !:...( a a' the homo
( L Mrs. .. A. T:i;d i t,:i Tuesday.
0--t(;her ".'tlh. for th" e'ue.I t of the
ile-i ere..:.-. All uiL invited to at-
rOTATCES SI. 30 EUSHEL.
l.ee' ( f Cm., v eek ear Htie, nied
ium sice, s-orled K itnliall County
Pearl.-, ?J.:pi hu.dith also ar sorted
10. Johnson Lros,
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