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Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - August 16, 1917, Williamsburg, Iowa VOUIME IOWA AlGUST 8 12 i At the Latona FRIKAV AM ATOUST 17 AM 18 T 01 AM LUI CLKO RUHJKLY VICTOR OF and a Black Diamond Comedy HRAVING AUGUST DUSTIX CALL OF TJIK AUGUST A good live reel AlGUST PEARL 3LAV A fivo reel Pathe Gold Rooster feature and a cartoon BUILDS THE BEJIIAG Owen ft Former Williams Has I5ig Contract From Uncle Owen of is a brother of our John and Richard Hughes he resided bcro many right to the time he moved to Texas and began to do big order to keep in harmony with the now Ive has several contracts in the building line that involves many million dollars among these is the big military camp at anil the following from a Doming newspaper will furnish an insight to the extent of the business handled by Owen Hughes The Modest of Great The extreme modesty of men like Owen construction contrac who is going to clo in a few days what it takes ordinary men a decade to is overwhelmingly modest about his great The twomillion dollar terminal his firm Is constructing at and the two or three other cantonments the firm is building are mere matters of form with his kind of lie thinks in millions and talks lumber in huge falrests and train and other things he does are in the same His manner of conversation and style of living would never betray the real greatness of the His modest words are like a small but his deeds are as a mighty The world takes of its hat to men like Deming SIX ROOM HOUSE FOR Cornr lot one block from Inquire of vvill both morning and Sunday school at 9 lf Preaching service lt Christian Endeavor at Preaching services at PAULS Regular services Rnudayat 10 in and service in Eng lish at CHURCH The CVirnor Smof tunow hurch was laid with appropriate eremonlcs last Sunday a o clock n the Tho mimic d by a choriis choir of a high and able were made iy the floorgo pastor of the Church of of the North V and the cf Tlio conducted Ib The Fourih Conference for the current year will bo bold to moirow ovriiing Friday Hie at Tlie oflicers of the church for the ensuing year IK e1eted at this and ii is important that a uood attendance of the of lie should lie Ircii chini next Sundav fit and von in the Iliirh School Sunday at and KiWorth at the Misses Caro Collinuwond ami Minn MARYS CHURCH Mass at and every Sun Benediction of the Blessed Sacra ment at Sunday FATHER Tliiirsdny von August in Miss Alma Imper Daniel Mins Helen I Music Toomer II Cutting Importance of Being Wilde Miss III and Liddle IV of Nan Hoyt Miss V Solo a Deep River old negro melody Burlelgh in Allah Ohadwick 1C VI Outtimition Romance Davies Miss Swigart VII Nevieu 1C vans given for the Chursh Benefit under theauspices of Toadies Aid Society of Prices 1 and Doors opon Progniin Capita urplus When we can be of any assistance t o you in any way we want you to feel at liberty to call Williamsburg Savings Northeast Corner Public DEATH OK Former Iowa Comity Resident Passed A WHY at Lonir In His Xlst was received hero Saturday of death on that date at Ivong of Adam a former well known and resident of this Tho telegram announcing the death conveyed no information relative to the funeral but this was held in Umg and it wao a well known of the parent that his children residing in and other farre moved should attend the funeral services they had all visited him and be expressed his wish that no long journey would be resorted to in order to nrinsr them to his bedside after Murchison was born in the Highlands of Scotland at on He canic to the Initod States wtili Ills as one of ton chil dren when ho was fourteen years landing in be trip occupy ing Rovpii all theway by boat via Hie Lawrence and the When twenty years old Ibe young ex ile out in the world lo do for liliininplf his pockets contained not one cent of money but bis head was clear and his hands were In lie wis united in niiirriagp to Miss Nancy of Stark and the home was made in this locality until when HIP familv moved to Iowa purchasing a section of land in Trov tnwnshin this continued to be IIP homo until siv years ago when lie was niadp to Long There were born to and eleven children of these threo preceded father to the spirit and those left to mourn and to comfort tho mother are of Ohio Dan iel Iowa township Iatton of Idaho Joseph Port Texas of Long and Walter of be sides these he leaves one of the sole survivor of a family of twelve chil Tho deceased resided in thJo com munity for a period of thirtyfive years and hia and work are too well known to require a recital here here was a type of man hood as rare as it was excellent he was a stranger to school or in stutions of yet few were better educated early in life he ac acquired a pronounced fondness for literature and he indulged this by reading the beat authorshe possess ed a wonderful and his knowledge of matlcmatics was a knowledge born of In civic affairs be took the liveliest and no one was more outspoken in denouncing what u thought was wrong or in support what bo deem oi was Iliii sense of honor was as keen as ever actuated human speech or human and no influence could ever hope to bend him from his adopted He was of the aris tocracv of uprightness and and hatred for shams or hypocrisy was well known to In bis IMIIIIIand family relations he was the ideal husband and and is friend and neighbor be never failed to show bow well he understood the rbliation of each Ho was quick in locating and as quick in naying it its just but of him it could be as truly said as was of Cori would not flatter Neptune for bis Or Jove fors power to lie was uiven lonu years he wasted no days IIP stood for honesty and and men M havo duo and fittinu ward for nobility human will lontr remeuber j be stontboarlpl of Auld Scot la j dcared him to To the bereaved wifp and children the old nMtrhborhmd ovfnnrtn Its FAMILY RKUVIOX Jones and Family Onflior In Hon or of flio Visit of and Luther On account of the visit of and I Jones from Dallas the children of the Jones family hold a reunion on Sunday at the homo of and John Jones and family on The day was a de lightful one for such a and from the ureat grand to Ihe youngest did In the gath there was nothing but pleasure and delight the dinner and supper were in keeping with the time and oc casion and old and young will Ions remember the happy Those present were U Williams and daugh ter and Alfred Jones and and Jones and and Lloyd Jones and and John Jonus and and Luther ad Ira and and George Evans and The gathering included twelve grand children and one great grand son of Mr D so the old pioneer was deeply Interested In the event and enjoyed the day to a degree not ex ceeded by any one Wlllian sburg holds Us regular meetings on the second Friday each month ut at the Masonic HARRIET All meetings of the ure BUS ponded until September A11 CORNER Lartrc Hie Cere mony at the New Church Tne ceremony of laying tbo corner stone for the now church was held Sunday afternoon and was wit nessed by a The weather carried a all and Wits prevented people coming from a distance who planned to be The services were presided over by the the and the musical excellent in its proportions was in charge of local choir un der direction of Miss Teresa The lirst sermon was by tho of the and in this the speaker highly complimented tho people of over the splendid show ing they have already made in secur ing a suitable house of worship bo also congratulated tho congregation on uood fortune in having for a spiritual guide and leader a pastor like the Lambert lierj is ability of the highest and hivj is a that never I ires in the ad vancement of iods kingdom on earnestly admon ished Hie church members to ramaiu loyal In the uood work now uiiltr House of the Kansas a ser mon was lo rii of good things Housed is an interesting speaker and on this oc casion lie was at lip took the position Olio world is always growing bigger and and thai tb history of race marked by Upon this theory he groups supporting historical facts and for nearly an hour his enlivening address held Ihe undivided interest of the big of in the filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian was present and was called upon by Lambert for an impromptu tiering the com pliance was as prompt as Ibe response was eloquent and the of the speaker for the teaclhiing of religion and morality presented in a strong striking The laying of the stone followed tho last address this was performed by Col the contractor and box fitting tho reposi ry was filled witih usual papers and The sinking of America by the choir and audience closed and made an important reckoning in the history of Methodism in Williams on We will have mor to say about live church and congregation in liho near RET CROSS MCE Inreiil Demand for and Helpers In Tho season for active work in the Williamsliurg Red Cross organization is right hand and tho demand is It must be understood from the start that the Red Cross is dependent upon ALL the people of Ibe town or com munities included in the section cov pred by the Inless all as the work will fall far short of the general The society needs cup anylhiiii that will mako lit storage places for the work finished and awaiting ship More sewing machines are also The following women of Wil liamsburg donated or loaned machines for this work William J Claus Kcnilcrdiiie and Mc II is hoped that others will come forward in this mater and help out with the equipment In the sewing room sewing will wry Demand for The Red Cross commissioner for has mane an nppeal lor inill knitted sets a set consists of a pair Women who willing to knit should report at Red Cross head quarters next Saturday evening for instructions and Old Table Mnn and Cotton Tho society can mako good uso of any old table old and bed Such material can bo turned into good and is hoped that this appeal will be met with a hearty In parting let it be known and un derstood that tho enilro community is expected to help in this work the plans and arrangements were a triflo slow in owing to a delay in live state but the plans are all marked and the workers can be used as fast as they come KIRK AT Largo Hani Destroyed Saturday Even Spontaneous Combustion The Tho largo barn on the Andy White farm north of town was destroyed by fire Saturday It is felt be yond question that the fire was caus ed by the as it was from this that it appeared to break with a sud denness that was The threshing crew pulled into the Whiit yard and made randy for work upper window of the barn was opened and through this the blow swung the machine had been running less than a minute when the entire hay mow broke forth in llame the men liurried the machine to a place of and even then It was on fire in two or three places other turned in and helped to savn tlio corn crib and lion house from Tho barn contained about twenty tons of hay the building was a good about 10 years and hay and were covered by ZYLOFOAM FOR THE TEETH A clean tooth cannot It is germs that makd Germs cant thrive when the teeth are proper ly ZYLOFOAM will keep the teeth the the the keeps the teeth FLETCHERS DRUG STORE West Side Spare Iowa 1 I I 1 I If yon are going to have a Public Sale we would be pleased to clerk it for A good olork will help your and we believe with our ex erienco and acquaintance in sale work that wo can do you the most I West Hide William Iowa X III KIL TO Cold Storage ICxporl for tins Xow Re publics IHUVIS AITO TimOItill V1XIIOW WAS AT Ulin son of superintendent of West Waterloo pub lic has boun named as cold storage expert for tbo Russian re public and will navi supervision of cold storage and Iood preservation for tbo Russian according to jcciiviMi In his father yester Tbo which was made upon recommendation of Swift by whom Ilukil in is ono of tlio most important appointments growing out of tho war which has como to a Waterloo It s made all tho inoro remarkable by llukills comparative youth and circumstances under wJiich bo was given tho appoint lie will loavo for Russia in two taking with him a staff of thirly Ho will have headquarters in Iotrognul and will direct tho work from Ho is expected in Waterloo for a short visit on his way to Ilia Ilho Russian commission camo to Swift with tho request for a recommendation of a man to under take tho TMO head of the companys cold storage department appealed to and aolcctcd Tho following day accomiKin ied Swift lo tlio Russian consul ate in Chicago and wui introduced and recommended by the head of the Tho recommendation was prac ically equal to an It was tbo w I of commission that ho loavo within a but ho was granted another to com plito preparations for lis llukill who Is a graduate of West Wgh ontored tho employ of tho company in 1010 Up started at the bottom at his own re as ho wished to gain a thoro practical knowledge of tho working of tho His task was in tlio slaughter but ho pro gressed rapidly and Ilia ability to grasp tlio essentials in tilie business was the factor that gave him the ap iiointmont over men who Jind been if compiny for many llukill is also a graduate of the University of He was in tho class of He vvill be 27 years old August Waterloo Times Hold Jarred by Straiiiro Iowa and Lander of who had boon visiting in Diihiiqiic and woio on their way nccidoiilly crashed through the plato glass window of tlio h ilel while pass ing through the who was driving the car said that another car backed out of the alley in front of her and in order to avoid irunning into another car standing near which was occupied and pos sibly injurying some one she turned iiotui above men tioned Tincar was slightly damaged and bad lo be taken to the garage for repairs before they could proceed on their Tbo will bold their reg ular mooting August at In TJioro will bo balloting and arrange ments will be made for tho conven Hring large small spoon and KITT MOLL RED CROSS All solicitors on Uiio recent Red Cross collodion campaign aro noti fied to attend a mooting in tho Wil liamsburg Savings Hank on Friday August at Tho businses before tho meeting Is to set OKidi tho fund from tho total and only tho solicitors can assist In The work is and every solici tor is urged to be THEHK IS NO LAW Compelling a man to and we doubt if any law could mako the thriftless In this matter of Diving you must either tako the advice of those who know or learn by our own expo1 ionco that it does not pay to live right up to your spending every cent you regardless of that fu turo which may not be 3 in Si a time of prorpority for ynu tho irusent is Tliis bank you with four per cent every three your savings deposited bore CITIZENS SAVINGS I 51 1 1
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