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The Beverly Tribune from Beverly, Kansas • 8

Beverly, Kansas
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Our Correspondents, Milo Mr. Chester Cassell visited with his cousin Mr. Lee Ruggels in Delphos. Mr. Fault McBride and family spent Sunday with Mr.

James Shirley and wife. Mrs. Lydia Washer and son Lewis have been spending a few days with her folks Homer Louis. Mr. Will Cooksie has been on the sick list.

Mr. Roland Schaefer spent Sunday with Harry and Roy Cas. sell. Mr. Albert Smith is moving this week.

Miss Ruth Buell spent her vacation with home folks at. Glascow, Missouri. Mr. G. P.

Cassell and family "pent Sunday with Mrs. Cassells mother, Mrs. Starks. Miss Marian Shirley spent vacation with home folks. Mr.

Dwight Shirk is spending a few days with Tommy Kidwell. Cap Cornellison is hauling his. wheat this week. Mrs. Cap Cornellison spent Christmas week with her parents at Palco.

Frank Cornellison and wife and baby of Palco are here visiting friends and relatives. Miss Madge Oassell spent her vacation in Beverly with her grandmother, Mrs. Starks. Andy Frank is hauling his wheat this week. Hilbron Cassell and Harry rical called at the L.S.

Ruggels home Sunday evening. The Sewing Society of Logan met with Mrs. Tena Shirley Thursday January 1st. A sum ptuous luncheon was served and all report a jolly time. The Society will meet with Miss Nora Hinkley, January 15th.

Freedom John Urban and family visited Carrie Ratliffe Sunday. J. Fitzwater and wife of Waldo are visiting relatives for a few days. Uncle John Twibell is visiting J. B.

Twibell for a few days. Several from this vicinity attended Mr. VanCamps funeral Tuesday. Joe Urban Jr. and wife spent New Years in Lincoln.

Ralph Morrical is helping Johu Urban on his new barn. Miss Viola Dague and Julia Mannel spent Sunday at Ralph Morricals. Misses Ollie and Nellie Turner visited Irene and Lela Lessenden Sunday. Mrs. Geo.

Agin spent Saturday and Sunday wtth her sister Mrs. Andrew Berg. Ray Fitzwater and wife visited Kidwells Friday night and Saturday. John Urban was a Salina visitor Tuesday. Miss Olara Hazelton spent Tuesday night with Miss Laura Stone.

Upper Twelve Mile We are glad to report that Mrs. Jaske is again at home. She returned New Year's day. Here's hoping fhat she wiil continue to improve and a heartfelt wish for 8 speedy recovery. A number of the neighbors gathered at F.

J. Hanson's to "watch the old year out and the new year in." The evening was in playing games. The pirty broke "broke up" at a lateor early- hour wishing each other and the world "A Happy New Year." Guns Gableman and family of northwest of Lincoln visited at the F. J. Hanson home New Year's day.

Rev. Hilmer and family, G. 1 M. Kowalke and fam- Monday. Lloyd Galloup visited at the Crooks home Saturday and Sunday.

R. E. Berry and family are going to try their luck in Washington. They leave us in a week or two. We wish them the best of luck.

We have Sunday School at 10: every Sunday, and church at 7:30 p.m. Everyone come and bring someone with you. William VanCamp William VanOamp was born in Hamilton county, Ohio, Oct. 15, 1850, died January 3, 1914.

When he was eighteen months old his parents moved to Rock Island county, Ill. At the age of fourteen he was converted and joined the Baptist church, being baptized in the Mississippi river, and has lived a Christian life ever since. When he was eighteen his parents moved to Cass county, Mo. He was married March 6, 1872 to Miss Sarah Hendrix. To this union ten children were born, five boys and five girls, three boys passed away in infancy and one at eleven years of age.

He leaves a wife, one son, five daughters and a host of friends to mourn his loss. At the beginning of his last illness he woke his wife and told her he must go and leave her, he was going to die. He saw his parents and all the little ones that had passed before. Several times during his illness he would sing "Nearer My God to Thee," and would lie and pray and shout half of his time. A few weeks before his death his bodily suffering, through a complication of diseases, robbed him of his reason, and a short time ago he was taken to the hospital at Topeka for treatment where his death ocenred.

The remains arrived here Monday and the funeral services were held at the M. E. church Tuesday afternoon, in charge of Rev. Plantz. Commitment in the Beverly cemetery.

Card of Thanks We desire to thank our friends and neighbors during the sickness and death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Sarah VanCamy and Children. Susan Elizabeth Sharp Susan Elizabeth Sidebottom was born at Stubenville, Ohio, May 4th, 1832, where she lived most all her life. She was married to S.

L. Sharp Oct. 31, 1848, to this union were born eight children, three only of which survive her, Mrs. J. A.

Manly of this place, Will Sharp of New Philadelphia Ohio. and W. G. Sharp of Bell. aire, Ohio.

Three years ago she came to Kansas to spend the remainder of her days with her folks here. Her sickness was not long 1 nor was it very painful and was always characterized by the same patience and endurance which was so prominent during her life. The body will be taken to Stubenville, Ohio where her husband is buried, having departed from this life 12 years befoae. G. A.

Manly will accompany the body and look after the in terment there with her son. She leaves a host of friends besides relatives who will mourn the sweet old lady who lived among them during the past few years. There will be funeral services here at 12:30 at the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs.

Sherril Clark and little son of Shady Bend spent Monday in our town. Grant Tozier was a Salina vis. When the community loses as prominent a man as E. T. Skinner, it is but natural for the publie to speculate on what effect on business it will have.

The Beverly State Bank wishes to make known that there will be no change whatever in the management of that institution. Mr. Skinner, though nominally cashier wss prevented through sickness for more than a year before his death from taking an active part in the banks affairs. Mrs. Kate L.

S. Lang, who has shown such marked ability as assistant cashies, has been promoted to the office of cashier and made a director. Mr. 'A. E.

Skinner now living in Boulder, Colo. is assistant cashier. For -Two lots, square house 26x26, four rooms two closets. Barn for four horses, hay mow and grain bin, well. and out- This property is nearly new and located near the business center of Beverly, Kans.

Parties interested write or phone Lewis Schmidt, Barnard, Kansas, or Farmers Store. Barnard. Wayne Schaefer's boy friends gave him a gentle reminder last night that yesterday was his birthday by all going to see him at once. Judging by the noise they made they surely had a fine time. Miss Rnth Hancock was a Salina visitor Monday.

John Conly returned to Iowa yesterday morning, after having been at home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kerr and little son are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs.

A. F. Kernohon. Mrs. Al.

Plinsky is staying at the Rob't Neal home while taking medical treatment. W. B. McBride was down from Lincoln Thursday to attend the Skinner funeral. Joe Orawford and E.

M. Phill. ips went to Lincoln Monday on business. Miss Burnham, came in on the evening train Sunday, from her vacation. Prof.

and Mrs. Griffith returned from Severy, Ks. Sunday evening. The Prof. says he had a touch of ptomaine while gone which took away some of the pleasure of his visit, otherwise they had a fine time.

Rev. J. H. Kuhn was in town from Minneapolis to assist with the funeral services of Mr. Skinner.

ily, and the Misses The and Emma lendess were also guests at the Hanson home. Mr. and Mrs. E. J.

Geyer visited at E. W. Smith's New Year day. Miss Hulda Schulz visited with Miss Minnie Oetting New Year's day. Mr.

Ed. Schroeder and family took New Year's dinner in Beverly. Rev. Hilmer held services at Yorktown Sunday. Mr.

J. G. Holl and family visited with his son Jacob Sunday. Our school started again Monday. The "Kiddies" have gone back to their books.

Colds are the order of the day. Miss Ada Kowalke has been the victim of a very severe cold the past few days. Walter Percival went to Tescott on business Friday. Mrs. Ed.Schroeder visited in Beverly a few days last week.

Mrs. R. G. Kerr and Mrs. W.

Stearns of Palco visited with Mrs. J. G. Holl last Wednesday. Have you broken your New Year resolutions already? Sunrise Items Jake Pfeifer was sawing wood for Robt.

Berkley last week with his circular saw. Misses Ruth and Mabel Morin of Salina spent last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Pfeifer Sr. Mr.

and Mrs. Henry Borgstadter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Marty, Jake Pfeifer Ruth and Mabel Morin spent Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Joe Kopf. They stayed up to watch the old year go out and the new come in. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stevenson, and little Everill and Lena Bell spent Sunday at John Stevenson's home.

Mr. John Berkley Sr. from up on the Elkhorn is visiting his son, Robt. Berkley and family this week. John and Lola Clinton were absent.

from school Monday. They were helping at home with the butchering. Mertin Stevenson and Ruth and Mabel Morin were Sunrise school visitors last week. Mr. and Mrs.

Joe Kopf and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vawter and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Morries1 spent Sunday at the home of Mr.

and Mrs. George Kopf. Shady Bend We are having unusual weather for Jannary. Olarence Stevenson visited friends in Beverly Sunday. R.E.

Berry and family, V. B. Olark and wife and I. L. Walker and wife ate dinner with Mr.

and Mrs. W. L. Johnson. Mrs.

A.R. Reitz and children were Sylvan Grove visitors last week. Frank Young returned from his vacation trip Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs.

Crooks spent Sunday with Andy Sappenfield and family. Miss Maud Coatney spent Sunday with Howard Towne and family. Alma Hancock of Beverly spent Thursday and Friday with Martha Clark. Henry and H. Zureoveste are unloading two cars of Mrs.

J.A. Schmidt and Mra. Harriet Greene were in Lincoln Monday. Mr. and Mrs.

Roy Howard of Ellsworth came over to attend the funeral of Mr. VanCamp. Mr. and Mrs. V.S.

Olark and Leon were Beverly visitors, A How Much Do You Weigh? It takes 300 pounds to break one of those good axe handles you get at Fritt's Hardware TRY ONE! The Particular Printer has received his calendar, wall pocket and novelty samples, over 500 in all, covering every design and price to fit every need..

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