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T1IK WKl-KLY HIIRAU):
IM,ArrsM()i r,M;i;;AsKA.ti:ci:Mll;i; i;,.
j n n rv n A I 1 1 i r i ii n r r n i rs. ri
Tho Monthly Meeting of the
A LARGE LIST OF BILLS.
One Man Put3 In a Bill to tho County
For Services as Challenger at
tho Kucrnt fcluction Was
Ccm-.ty Tr.in ictio vi.
I'l.A N'S.Ml' I II, .Ni'l)., Dv. (). Th.
board met pursuant t adjourn
fluent; present, A. (.'. i.odcr, S.
I'll 1 1 tin iii 1 1 1 j ao ii i n i-.cn, e i ii in is
sinners, ami i .i 1 1 k 1 )i, k.-un, conn l
clerk. Minnies til November sis
mom read approved, when tin
following business was t r.u i -.irt . . 1
in regular farm:
'I ' 1 . . C I . ...... .
t . . . . . II - I -n i
i ne iiiiinwiii 4 o:;r'i ii ii in
approved: (leu. V. Vomi
overseer ili-uicl o.
L Iarshinan, ri.nl overseer
'o. ."ii; M. M. Sliipni.iu, mm
seer tli.-lnei No. :; ;; Arthur Kiivli,
road overseer district No. ''l;j. K.
Stuckcr, road overset r district No.
T; J. 1'. l'alter, assessor I'latts
mouth precinct; .M. I.. Ki edcrick, as
sessor Ki-lil Mill- drove jireeinel ;
W L. Wells, assessor South Ifend
precinet; (Ico.A. I lay, assessor Klui
wood precinct; V. S. J'unly, assess-orl-ourth
ward I 'laitsuiouth ci'.v;..
L. Tiiiililin, assessor Third ward
Weeping Water; Samuel Cashuer.
assessor (ireenwood precinet; . II.
."Montgomery, constable Salt Creek
preeinet; John k Denson, constable
l'laltsniouth city; ('. J. Vincent, jus
tice oi the peace Tipton preeinet;
11. (.'. Maddin-, jusliee nl the peace
Llmwood precinct; II. J). Travis,
county attorney Cass county; ohu
II. Hecker, roail overseer district No.
LI. Ifoard adjourned to tt (,,.
i i. v. leriv was omi.-ic'I
to make requisition on state auditor
for supplies per copy on tile.
Cla iiu of Jas. W'uodard for ser
vices as challenger at election re
fused. Harry Jlowland was allowed ?.")
as additional road damages in con
sideration of withdrawing his suit
against tin: county now in court.
The ollicial lond of Oswald (iulh
mami, assessor of the l'irsl ward
i lausinouin was aiinrovei .
December IS Hoard occupied the
time iu auditing claims against the
December !)Oliicial bond of K.
IX. K'oliothain, assessor for Stove
Creek iirecinct, approved. Claim
ot Sheridan county, .e!., for mod i-
'yi ,i -.i.t t.n.i i... i
- ,l '"i... in niiL- iKiniflllt'
' Kelley in the amount of .f,u.S,") w;i.
refused .on the jrtm .ul that said
Kelly was not a pauper when he
left Cass county, having never re
ceived aid from Cass county.
Claims allowed on general fund;
Jacob Tritsch, sal and cp..:j; ;;7
S W Duttou, same. .
7 I, a
1'rank Dickson work V exp.
Shinder Pros, mdse to poor
i Hoeck, same
A H Weckbaeh, name
A ui- Hach, same
Thos Oiiin. road tax receipt
G W Clark, Maine
'Hen lleinpel, janitor
( W .Noble, sal anil c
VH Deiirinu:, otlice work..
School 1 list No. :s7, room for
II j StreiylH, ytainped cnv.
J C i;ikenbai), bd-- ,atip'.
ern (ess rent
A H Kuotis, printing- .'
1"' S White, mdse to county.
A Clark, mtlse to pool
I K' tiuthuiann, bi.;- poor..
(1 F S liiirlon, prinunt;-
V 'P K'ichardson, rent to p'r
A W' White, mds.- to ioor.
iirardet .V biiuens, same....
K McCourt, same
I.ehnboir Pros, stationery. .
State j oiirua I Co, sa me ....
J C Smith, keeping- poor. . ..
Jos (Iraham, same
Omaha Printing Co, stat'rv
I'latts (ias tV Pieclric I.t ( o
tj W' Sherman, pi inline-
I' C Parint le, expense acet . .
J W P.t i t: cr, bd poor
Win Ti-he bd- Id,-- pis, etc!
Chas lleinpel wot it I to poor.
C I-; Weseott mdse to ,,-. .
W J White coal to Co.
XI ... .1. : ... 1 1 i . . .
. i.i. on. in i infill, Ml l.- poor
,'ones.V Fil;-eral-d, nvrv.'.
I venesaw l osl I, . ; , ,,,,
lor election. ...
W D Jones, crv
lor elect n ,,,
ost Hill, t
M .t s
,f itevs. Sailtelle.
J , .ir,, rtnnu ft r fli'i t imi
I.V IMI I, III'I.-M l VMI...
o. Tel. Co., tel rent
K (iiilliman, room for
election less .U.tii I
Any; Hach, same less , .m. .
A J enkins, same
W T Melvin. use of stove
Mrs. John lilack, room lor
Hennet A: T'utt, mdse to poor
A Hasiiueir, Co. physician
j Swaboda, mdse to poor. . . .
vearlmau, rent of furni-
I I INI
1 I INI
.1 -c less aOe
j tt'over, bid-- briilecs. . .
W .nice, mdse to Co,. . .
1'" Hie), care of insane. . .
.vices.. ' physician ser-
i. i '-V'1'1! s.iVls"rance....
' Hansen - ;
' o-lock ,v lV(.rl.!same....
. " A'-rrutli, san,
S.iml l'.itteron, same
H S Ramsey, same
Mrs. A Oruiumoud, same..
C S I'olk. same
Tin is. Wal lin";, same
A C l.oder, sal A, ep
HeesoiiiV lv'oot.atn fees C
H.'J. U. K. vs. tin- count v.
W II Icarinir, cost insaut
Cost lfil!, 1) yUdluh im
i . ... . ..'-'.
m i i-iie, t.ikiu.; live
ieiils to asv lum
Cliicao LuuiherCo, lumber
and tilm- J liillsl
1 1 .);;
He n Isley, Clark .V Co. -ame
!. J it iliit ii. repair of bridge
MopherA- Wilkinson, luiu
ber ami liliu:;-
J W Hoover, b ulldiil:.; hM-- s
I til'NTV IsiiAM I'lM).
Otoe eoiin'v. work on coun
ty line. .,JI !es ,l-l
Sac!. elt A. ; lies, spikes
C Aaa-ai l, repairof -era-"'''
:.'i 1 1 i
hi 1 ',
I a n lum i ii, spike
Mull, road winie
I I- .
1 1 - I K-1 1 1 .MI 1 1 i
t Til Wheel .V S, -taper
triet No. :;
W II t..- I.T ,-e,
1 .- '-taper .lis-
; ri n
oi-ii , .x.i. I I, e i
ieo l.aK'lle, repairing road
tools diiriet No. e'. :; l' l
Hoard adjourned to meet in regu
lar session, Tuesday, Jan, .'!. li.i.
Fk WK Dli sn. County Clerk.
Find Ready Pin clnsnrs.
As an evidence ol the lu iL'.hl out
look for the city. Tin; IIi.kai.ii
respectfully refers its renders to the
county treasurer's ollice. All prop
erty sold for taxes is taken rapidly
nnd iu fact there is some sharp com
petilion imiiiii" (he bidders, and il
is ;;oin-- fasl, too. There i.- more
yet to be sold and the purchaser.
are e.iyer lor the saleto open. Out--idc-rs
seem to have a etiod deal of
conlide-ice in the future of the city.
Thu Mill is Grinding.
I lie December term of the dis-
"ni i "mi i was t onvene'i .'ionday
with Jlldi;e Chapman on . the
bench. Tie- largest portion of the
inornin-; was eotisiiin,.,! j., call inu
tile docket ami assiuin cases.
I he lirst to appear before his
honor, Jiltle Chapman, was Mr-".
Sarah Theiuhart, who asked the
Jude-e to sever the bond that was
binding her to Harry Theiuhart.
The grounds upon which she asked
a divorce was cruelty and failure to
support. Thejud;;.. granted u de
cree of divorce on the above
Mrs. Theinliart recently lived in
Ivhnwood, this county, but is now a
resident of Lincoln. The residence
of the defendant is unknown.
This afternoon the Murray ali
mony case was beiuu- argued by the
Over a Corn Field.
Simon I Lo:i; beiran replevin
iroceedin.r in couuly court Monday
against I'red Kroehler Constable
lorCass county, wherein he expects
the court toive him possession (,(
forty acres of corn in field which
Kroehler had attached. The ease
H-rows out th' Voris-Craiir trouble.
An elopi-ment is reportetl from
Kifiht Mile (irtivi'. l'loui parties
who came in Tuesday inorniue; it is
learned AsaWheeloek and a Miss
Jones of i-aehl Mile drove have left
these parts on a matrimony bent.
I he t;irl it is reported was en-!ram-d
to three dilierent parties.
out concliftled to
I he .- ir!
UUl in.-rlryin;r Wheelock ami
trouble was feared when he went
alter her, but as yet nolhinir has
I" ( tl heard from those ipiarters.
The yoiint;-man has been in the
employ of S, I. l.on--, who lives a
lew miles from this city.
Mr. I.one; said that Wheel
oektoldhiniMoiidayth.it he v.-,;,;
loine- away Tuesday and that he
didn't know when lie would be back
and that he was e-oinr- )(1 ;,k,. ;, ,
away with him.
Polh parties are of a;.-e and tpii.-;
will be restored when lin y retui n
and receive the parental bles-in--.
Tho Columbia Daily Calendar
remains the only valuable daily
1 1. id calendar. The calendar for 'i'li is
of the same general design as that
of previous ears, con si-1 io of : tt W ;
leaves, one for every day in iheyear
ami a calendar lor the en t ire ye; r.
1 he day of the week, ol the mouth,
and of the year are e i en, and on
each leaf is a short sermon on the
'(iospel of Outdoors, Health, and
Happiness," with valuable hinls on
practical road making. The leaves
are so arranged that there will be
no stub left, ami each one can be
referred to any time during- the
year. The pad is upon a ineltalic
stand of ivory black, arranged soas
to rest desk at a convenient an-le.
The pail matter, which iu the a--reate
is enoii!;h to make a book,
is all fresh and new, ami is of more
pertinent value than that of any
previous calendar. The calendar is
issued by the Popn M'f'y;. Co., of
Huston, New York, and Chicago.
For Abstracts of Title go to J. M.
' Leyda, Union lilock.
j ANOTHER ARCH LIGHT.
But This Timo tho Missouri Pa
I cific Pays For it.
i -- !
j LARGE GRIST UK BUSINESS !
The Council (Jrants a Llnht at thu
Cerni.T of CeaiT and lour
toenth si;,,s Aft' r tho
Ci M Company.
! What 1 he-v DiJ,
I'-' ! Til, e.eon il M.....I ., ... 1...I
' ...., . ..till,.; o I
iiieenu.v al which all members wei
present w.th the , xeeplion ol' M
1 1 nor j
- lier ih i , a 1 1 ml;' and approva I oi
the lee, e . 1 ol la-t .-ess ion, tile Co mi
oil ti acted t:ie lollou in:; bu-i-il,
i t i : 1 1 o.i ii ii i, -a i ion Iroiu
C,iltl -e . .--it;. ei inlead m ,
. .il, r works, w ,i:t re.nl and
' 1 1 ide. I lie i i ,u mi it ii ', a I ioi i in
b a Hied Hie council that the i: i,u
ordeted put ill ha I been pui in ;;!el
water turned on.
A petition iioin t'.ie Hohemiai!
I'm n -i s and re.-i.etil- of the vicin
ity ol Pe ul and Fourteenth was
read a-kiiii;-the council lor a ;;as
lii;hl id that coiner. A motion was
made by I) M. Join s thai the peti
tion be referred lo the "lis and
1 ihtiti;;- committee. This brought
Councilman Spies to his feet, lb-
said that he would like to hae the
council look upon the petition fa
vorably. The society, he said, have
spent considerable money on their
new h ill and that when completed
it would cost tin-in ?.-,.( Ml; that there
was no lihl near the place and
thai their taxes would be heavy and
that they were entitled to some con
si , iera l ion from the council. Coun
cil in. i ii ( i raves nro-e and said that
he would like to have the council
d i s pose ol I he pel it ion, as the e;is
am I buhl in-- committee already had
two or three petitions thai they
w, mill ha e lo report on unfavor
ably. Councilman D. M. Jones
withdrew his motion and Council
man Peter-en moved that the
prayer ot petitioners be "ranted, pro
vided the i;as company would lay
(he four block of pipe id their own
e.xpen.-e. The mot ion was can ied.
A communication from Mr. and
Mrs. Copt-land offering to donate a
strip of ground on smith Seventh
street, lilty feet wide ami Jill feet
loiift-, which Woiilil make said street
straight, provided the city would
open said south Seventh street. On
motion the communication was re
ferred to the judicial)- committee
Councilman draves introduced a
resolution which was unanimously
adopted, orderini- the Missouri Pa
cific to at once place an arch liyht
at the railroad erosMiijr on Oak
street, on Fairfield Hill.
The finance committee reported
favoi-tihle on the followine- claims:
Nets Aiiiiaar.l. 1,11s
In , ii
I n rner 1 1 . 1 1 1 . i em
S.ii .rr ,v l'u., plant i ii In, n, I
Mi MaUi-ii .V Sun, team urk
W ill Iv'i-ln-l, Mime 17 ru
Sa in 1 line, saint 17
I-.' I i n I late-, ti-aitiwiitk Ill mi
J M Wnri Ii, 1 1 . i I hi ',, il iki
I e 1 ',,i-iill, -aliir.x' I ifc-
I ien l'ni.-iill, ti-iini wih U ill 4ii
J'llin Mel.iiiiLililin, liiiml ,,ik g 'jj
K' 1 'lii,,-, -.inn- 'j .V,
K'. il iei I Juli n-iiii. -.inn- I .t in
Jal.e Siull, -nun- I J m
i li;i- 1 1 in a e , -aim- I.'i
Jiilm Ji una, -,inie .", in
J ' , 1 1 1 1 .f alula, learn wui k tin
II, or v Mm I, en In, p, 1 1 i ,,1 u, ul, 1", ,
.1 :i - i i iii e. -;i la i' v . . . Mi mi
.1 N 1 iiaeli. -;ilar I,,
J. .h n I- il pat i ii i,. -.alar v I i "
. I.. I'. W. .. lent . . ' II liii
da- ,V Kleeliie l.i.Jit ( .. :i.;, .
On molion ol Peter.-en the may or
a iii I cl,i k were ordered to issue war
rants for the same.
Tin- report of the city marshal
and police jtlde showed lines col
left e,l to the il moll nt of 1(1. The re
p uts were referred to the police
1 In' claims committee reported
the K'icln-y lu ii I her lull back, sax i-i
tin- Mr. Kichey had ileuii.ed the
bill and positively M l'u-ei to take
any less than the bill ca! led lor.
Coiincibnaa Pake moved thai
Mr. Iviiln-y's ,il 1,,. idlowed nc
Coldiny to bis bid last si'in:;,1
( ira e.s moved an am ndment lo t lie
ellect that Cuinin i n - iieures I ie ,-ub-stitiited.
Alter considerable ill--cu-.-ion
the ayes ami miyis were
called on the amendment which re
sulted as follows: Ave-, J.onyeti
ha;V (i.S, lies, Slei iu pke Petersen ami
Citaves a. Nay-, W. D. J ones, ). M.
Jones and Lake ,'.
I lie ayes and n i j were then
ca lei I on t he oi ii n.i I motion with
the same result. The city nUorne
was then calladupon lor an opiu
ion as to whether a niiiorily of
the council present or whether a
majority of the council elected was
necessary to make an appropria
tion. The ordinance wa- looked up
ami the attorney said that it took a
majority ol the council elected, or
halt of the council concurred in by
the mayor. The mayor voted aye
making the Vote stand six to three.
The judiciary committee was
granted further time on the Kiken
Councilman Petersen called the
attention of the council to the de
plorable conditions of the sidewalks
in the city on account of the snow
m l said it was a sh on,, il, .i ii..
property owners were not com
pelled to clean them. He made a
motion tl at the pidiei u Commit
tee be in-lructed lo dial! an ordin
mice to clean their walks as-oon a
the snow .put f dim-, and in a-e
they nelect.-d that the cil w I to
j do the woi k and chaise il up ,, the
i property. Carried.
An attempt was tin ! bv Peter,
i w ii
""" 1'i'ies a eei snow
I bill the oilier mem hers ol lli,
I cil did not apprme ol il.
j Councilman W. i . Jones c
j the cmr.cd s alietmon to the lad
! thai -lock wa- abowed to t mi loo-e
hi oie i emei.il v .111,1 lie ma
le a iiiii
Hon III i( a woe I, -uce be
I t II I ied.
; i i.e 1 1. is a n. I I a:; h 1 1 ii e
! lepoil, d iin!aoiable on
Com iu 1 1 lee
a p, titi.oi
' b:;ht on ( I ik and Duke
-Keels, and al.-o an arch b:: III on
Clmtou siM'ei near the South Pat k
1 ! iiUi-1 church, i hi m.'i i in the re
pin I was aece I.
Cnuneilmau Spie- said thai be
hi-ii!-, ih.,1 all the Imsou-- men
had not paid their occupation lax,
he made a motion that the city
(feii-ui ii furnish the council with
ii h-t. at the next meeliu:;, ol (hose
who h.e mil paid their tax.
Councilman ( irave- .-aid (hid the
I !. A M. bad commeueed pi oeeed-
in-s a-ain-t the citv to collect back
taxes which they had p lid under
protest to the amount of .".MM I, and
thought the iil attorney should
i ii . . . .
o.iM- neip. t in motion Ihe citv at
tornej wa- in-triicled to procure
help bill was not idlowed lo pay
Councilman Spies proceeded lo
call the ( ias 4v Kleetrie Id-lit com
pany down. I le said that lor six
ni;;,'its ill sue, essfoii be had been
keepm- tab on the lie his ,,u his
way home and that the imi jority ol
theui were out for tin- six nights,
lie moved that the company be no
tified lo repair all lamps and to
keep them biirnin-- accord in:;' to
eontiint. ,. ;ls,, said that be
was !;oini; to watch Ihein ;m it
they were not run according tocon
tract he would havea bill in ayains
the company lor several thousand
A committee of ihree, cousisline
of l.on-enhaeeii, Petersen and D.
. Jones, was appointed by the
mayor to procure a stove for the
( n motion the council mliourned.
Presents for the Children,
Fit rn i 1 1 1 re, so loiii' ds it is inten
detl as the particular individual
property ,,f some member of the
nursery, will be welcomed, but not
if it is considered as an article ol
general unity, writes Frances. F.
Lani-;m iu an article on "Christ
mas presents for the Nursery," in
the Christmas numberof the Ladies'
Home Journal. Fancy chairs,
tables, or even bureaus, are wel
come under these circumstances,
and cared lor as they w ill be under
no other. Dainty little toilet covers
and pin cushions will he delight
fully received, and treated with the
respect born of individual owner
ship. Silver toilet sets, con.-i -1 i.i
ot mirror, brush, comb, pin tray,
powder box and puff are made up
especially for children's use, but
t Ioi r extreme co-t 1 iness puis I hem
out ol the reach of nio-t persons. A
cuckoo clock w ill brin yreat pie is
ure, and be of much servile iu tin
iiu i .-t ry, as a bookcase, or pictuie
ot children or animals ; a small
slamlin;;' desk, with chair to match
is also a list-till present. Faiicy cal
i iu bu s, book marks, paper w eights
stamp boxes, pencils and portfo
lies, Call be lolllid ill pretty desieii-,
with silver ornamentations, lor
cb i Idi en's u-e. Avoid pit's which
may call for the use ofjnk. n1he
absence of th is sure tu be spilled
Ilu ii I is desii able in tin- w'i regu
late, I nursery .
GOSSIP AKOUMDCDUnr ItOOMs.
K'eplevin pro.'eedin:-- haw b, en
commenced iu Judy" Anmer's
court by K". J. lillaml . Fled
Kroehler constable lo ;;a in p. i - - es. -ion
of ::iHl bii-bels o coin. The
t hi -e hundred lei -In I of coi n, il i
ela 1 med was y i en (iillliah l b,
em ploy er, ',,ri , for work dm ie, an !
ixi o' hler iitlaelied it for anolhei
The attorney- are aryinn", the
Mut ray case Ihis alh ruoon.
Mrs. M. $.. Thomas and Mis. (ol
ley S. Ward ol Louisville were in
the city !'ilay.
J.S. Ciirnes ha- lilt d an .appeal
from ( ireenwood against Jno. lel
tel'S. In district court Tuesday a judg
ment was obtiiined by tlelault
in the case of Thus. Swobe vs. M. D.
Polk et ill. A decree of foi ei lo-ure
wits ordered and lot 'Js iu block !J in
this city was ordered sold.
Jildye K'amsey this hflernoon
married M ich ael Dept h sse and M i-s
Lmiiiii Kin-ley at the home ol tin
bride's parents on l.lm street.
John Hauerbeyan proceeding's in
J udu'' Archer's court today against
D. S. Draperon a note for .f id.
Tho ():H-nin;; Ni-;ht ul tho Ha
z.'i.ir Draw:; a Largo Crowd.
THE SALES WERE LRISK.
The Ladies ol tho I'r, .a tm Ian
Church ain Mo, fin; With Un
limited Success In Their
Und.M t ikiey.
1'he lad,, - ,
t .a .'.i.ir,
ol ih" Presbyterian
ay u i Id opened their
has been so exteu
e,l. e-tei i lay umrn-
chinch I ue-d
I la.aa r v h ;cl i
si v ely a. h ,-t 1 1
mil: the vveallier was vet
able, but I dole eveiini:.
u u fa v or
it was as
I -1 vol a 1 I - a- could b,
in:-; t vei Ihiu into
Whenever the ladies liuileita
any thim; il is nio-t suielv 11 m
...... . . i . ... . .'
i i . 1 1 , i -. , i ii v.n '! i 1 1 .. i ...... :
'' i 'i 1 o . an i nil' i.ii i n- ; ji, e let I
I nU jubilant over their l'i ma I huh !c
I he Ivuic.hts o Pv Ihias hall, iu
which the lla'aar was held, wa- en
I in ly too -mall lor the bi", cnovd
"nil had gathered to look upon
ami puicha-ed the many usetul.
ami in nanienlal ni l ic -s they bad
ili-play ed on Ihe sev eral tables.
At '.I o'clock the march of the lit
lie lolks, occurred, bid owin' to
the clouded i' , 1 1 1 1 ( i , 1 1 1 of the hall
Ihe little ones coiiid not execute
their drill iu the manner that had
been intended. The customs were
foul and considerable time and
money had been spent in inakiiiL;
the lilile lolk- .customs, ln they
did exceedingly Well.
I i ...... I ., . , . .
la the Iront room of the h.dl the
Indies had prepared, and served
supper lo thus" who were disposed
to eat ami many were they w bo
At the head ol the hall and to lie-h-lt
as y on euler was n booth which
was presided over by the "Kins
Daughters." There was sold al
ludes which the youn- ladies
had made themselv es, besides this
I hey had lor sale cup anil saucers,
either empty or lull of tea.
The next on the ri'ht as you
enter the hall is a uinitmioth shoe,
This represents "The Old Woman
W ho Lived in a Shoe." It was pre
sided over by Clara Dovey and
there were dolls of all sizes and de
scriptions, lor sale.
Hit il little way s was a stand dec
orated with eveia. teens and across
the front were the words, "Fish
Pond." There anybody could for
live cents see what they could lish
out. This part of the Ila.aar vvns iu
charge of Mrs. J. N. Wise and Mrs.
"Little Miss Mulfet" represented
by Claire Driimmotul sils iu the
next booth. In one corner was a
la rye web with a biy spider in the
center. Mrs. Warner mid Mrs. J.
M. ( 'raiy presided and butler milk
and cheese were dispensed to those
who wished it.
In the next corner was a la rye
web which reached to the ceiliny,
made of silver braid and upon il
were pinned articles which were
sold by Mi-s Haltie Chapman.
The next booth iu cliarye of Mrs.
C. C. Paruicle and Mrs. II. M. Caull,
where were sold fancy articles, such
as pin cushions, sofa pillows, etc.,
and where there was a larye assort
ment 'd (iincy work.
The next stand was represented
by .Nancy IlMicotl, and here Mrs. S.
II Atwi od and Mrs. D.S.tiuild were
iu chiii'L'e Willi small articles, such
ii- small cups, wax candles and
candle - tick".
The next booth was iu cliarye ol
Mi s. .yii"w and Miss Lillian Smith.
ih i boot h sold onlv home made
"iiu ly and popcorn balls, and thi--land
did its share ol business.
Tb" next -land was what was
call.-.! "Ilu- Plack Sheep." On the
-t.t od w :e. a ii i in ila! ion of a larye
I. hick sle ep 1 everylhiny .''old
w a- woolen yoo(!s. .'uys ami tidies
W'i i e 1 1
N. M. !
n m i n -;i, in cha r:
1 he stand n - t v
so!.! ji Hie- of everv
v. here was
I ,e-sic limit.
Milt Weseott was in char;
t" ' ' -ied "old pies and caki
il 11, i
A man went into the home of ',.
V. Iy-Ih r about noon today. 1 le
went in the front door without let
tiny anybody known anythiny
about his presence. The lirst inti-
! mation was when the hidvof the
house heard some one stampiny
their feet in the hall. The fellow
th"ii went into the front room
and there was found. Vh"n asked
! what l:e wanted, he asked if the
I man of the house was iu. When
tol 1 that he was and that if he
wanted to sec him he would have to
yo to kitchen, the fellow became
abusive, ami the lady then railed
her husband by name ar.d
then Ihe fellow went out. The lady
showed her presence of mind by
sayiny that her husband was in
el i- h" was ; -H,
l.v! by ( l,e,f (;,...,.
think :t is t) ,. M.;
'en making lite a burden
i ll bov -i bv C'l.i.-ill.. It
f. r the s,
around tou n nights.
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h 'il.'.il'e; 1 . 1 1 1 1 . ',,
none i e'e r en
hi'lnd iu (hi- ei)y
is rue o tii
ir.; Aa vviic hi
lIM' OF THr voir
i i liib.
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Mr. f:-;-rrn y.
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m:nviv t jiit:
s SSniliAL WlAKHESS
-EFFECTS OF EASLY VICE
l-UO ALL IT AKNT'lsf s A mi Ul "l A'if 3 OF A
PltlVATl., CtLICAl E Oil tjtXll .i. A I'LRE.
CONUULTATION Oil. f.
cli upon, or minus wits ntip,
DflS. BEITS S BETTS,
nil! Il I Ml I. i-l. Mill, eel
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line ul I lie sw , mi i lei thru, - -.. -.,,(
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pliice nl lieu iii n i ml: ; iiIsu cinniiien, Inif nt
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t,i plliei' ,,l l,i'L;iiiiliil. Ilii iice west mi ,.(.t
tlieni ; n..r1 Ii IMS feel, tl,, n, ,. ,.( !ai f,.,.,
Ilienee s.,,,1 II I'.n leet to t lie ,; enl lieyin
iiiiiu, loinw ii ii-ii purl ill I, it J srclinn is,
tnwii l.'riini;!- II i oi 1 1 ii i ii i 1 1 1 (,, Imim-ich'
Al- O 1 illllllll'lll-ini; ill I, ii.miiI Jl) f,.,.
ol I lie noi l lieasi t oi ni r nl lot IJ, section It
low nsliip j, tun 1 4i- II east, tiu n, . rutin inir
south .,; led ,i Hie plaee ,, l,e,;imniiii
Hunt u soul h 1'JI leet . t h, nil- vosi t,iw,.t
I ol s.iiil lot I.', Ilienee math ;- j,.,,f
Ihein e east lo pliil l' of lieLailiim,', kllowil
lis ii purl of tot l'J. section Is, township y
rui i ue 1 1, con I n i ni n u I wo houses; nUo lot il!
him I, L' ;n eoriliiin lo I he rei nrileil pint ,,('
1 liniiipsoiiV r,hlioii to l'lllltslll. 1,1-1,1
coiiiineiiemif nt the soulhwi st roim r of
section !, township 'j, nini;i. II cast,
tin-lire milium; rust in roiN, thru, ,. M,,rih
'.!l ln,ls to place ol liridliiiuiK, t In n, e east
iiii feet, thence north ill? leet to p;i, ,. ,,f .
14 i on i in;, I hence north 7:i h i t, then, ,. ,.(
Ill l.-el, thi lice wi si lillfi et. thence south
,'' le, . theiu e east ;,i fl (. u ,Uu toil H-t;iii.
num. conlninini; one Iiiiiim-; nls0 t;
iu, -ii ' iiiii at the soath, list (, inner of north
west ipiniter ol the inn t hi nut enruer ol
s.-clioii ,'l. t,.,w i 1 1 1 1 r'. r.inte i:inis, run
inn 4 t In-lit i- noil h ;!n roils, tin ner west Wi
roil- to il are,, I l.ivinuiui:, tlieuci- 1 1 1 it
mi, s. then, e w,--t Ii I ;: roil- tluni north IS
rmls, ilu-m e cu-t II I il rods to pl, e o l,e-
UU'iiiiii,'. talilillLrnue in re imne or les
iiinl I will on Ihe .1iti,:,v of Heieuilirr'
m.'. lit tin, i Ioi -k u. in. ..I -niil ilnv.nt the
front , our ol the curt I s,- i slli( ,.
tv in I lulls,,,,,,,, h. s, . , i , 1 i,.:, ,.stt,. f
pul.lie ,,, linn to II,,. Iiihrsf , i,, ,. r ,,,r
-ii eh tocu'i-fv sniiliM-, ulion. tlieauiount
line t nen'oll lieiin; t tic sN,, ,,( iH, xx 1 1 1
Willi tell pert-rut. ii,vf,-t r,,,u Seiit. 7th
IMi'J ji,...ii cosf, inn! in, ruiin.' i o-t-
J I. t Vh't'll.
( on, in i ( I oty..el,r1i-kii.
I'lileil .Nov eeil , : ..' ;- .
MONLY to lean on farms
from G 1-2 per cent up, on 1 to
1 O yoars timo to suit tho bor
rower. Also loans on second
mortyaf.;o'j. J. M. LEYDA
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