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and tattle-scarred are celebrated in
sons and story; but who are they to
be preferred over their serene sister
hood? Let the worn mothers of the
world be throned by the fireside or
placed at comfortable ease In the
shadow of hollyhock and old-fashioned
roses In familiar gardens; It matters
little, for they are supreme in any
company. Whoever would be gracious
must serve them; whoever would be
wise must sit at their feet and take
counsel. Nor believe too readily that
the Increasing tide of years has
quenched the fire In their souls; rath
er, It burns on with the steady flame
of sanctuary lights. Lucky were he
who could Imprison in song those qual
ities that crown a woman's years
voicing what Is In the hearts of all of us
as we watch those gracious angels go
ing their quiet ways, tending their
secret altars of memory with flowers
and blessing them with tears.
"Miss Holbrook!" I exclaimed.
She did not cry out. though she
stepped back quickly from the bench.
"Oh, It's you, Mr. Donovan, Is It?"
"It most certainly is!" 1 laughed.
i "We seem to have similar tastes. Miss
"An iuteiesl in geography, snail
call It?" she chaffed, gayly.
"Or astronomy! We will assume
that we are both looking tor the Little
"Good!' she returned on my own
note. "Between the affairs of the Hoi
brooks and your evening Dipper hunt
you are a busy man, Mr. Donovan."
I am not halt so busy as you are.
Miss Holbrook! It must tax you se
verely to maintain both Bides of the
barricade at the same time, 1 ven
"That does require some Ingenuity,
she replied, musingly, "but 1 am a very
"But what will bend will break you
may carry the game too far."
"Oh, are you tired of it already?"
"Not a bit of It; but I should like
to make this stipulation with you:
express satisfaction with her own
share of the talk; then nor manner (From the Register.)
changed abruptly. She rested her ,M. Kate Corbett went to Llni
hands on the back of the bench and woo Tuesday morning to see her sis
bent toward nie. ter Mrs. Margaret Corbett who is ill.
"My father dealt very generously Dr. Walker enjoyed a visit from
with you. You were an intruder. He ns mothtr who came down frnn
watt well wiihin his rights in capturing
you. And. more than that, you drew
to our place some enemies of your
own who may yet do us grave injury."
"They were no enemies of mine!
Didn't you hear me debating that mat
ter with your father? They were his day
enemies and they pounced on me by I Mrs
mistake. It's not their fault that they
didn't kill me!"
"That's a likely story. That little
creek Is the quietest place in the
"How do you know?" I demanded,
bending closer toward her.
"Because my father tells me so!
That was the reason he chose it."
Murray and spent the day with him
Mrs. R. B. Stone and two children
visited with the family of E. G. King
at Syracuse from Tuesday to Thurs-
J. M. Palmer has been at
Avoca for the last two weeks, car-
ng fo" her sister Mrs. Dunbar and
family, who are sick with the mumps.
Bruce West who lives about eight
miles south of hcru, was in town
Tuesday and visited a short time
with the editor. He was on a hunt
for spring wheat which he wishes to
"He wanted a place to hide when 80w this year.
the cities became too hot for him. 1
advise you. Miss Holbrook, in view of
all that has happened, and If you have
any sense of decency left, to keep
That as you and I seem to be pitted 7 from there."
against each other in this little con- "And I suggest to you. Mr. Donovan,
fest we Si "ght it all out behind that your devotion to my aun doe.
wv T nrefer that she not require you to pursue my father.
ill ISO V B - W '
shouldn't know what a" and I hes-
You do well to remember that a stran-
John Whiteman went to Platts-
mouth Monday evening to take up
his work as one of the Jurors on
the Ossenkop case. He was accom
panied by Wcs. Magney.
Jake Kracker from near Eight
Mile Grove was In Nehawka on Fri
day and contracted with Henry
she pleaded, mockingly
"What a beautiful deceiver
IViriictlrnr fclmaelf Intft thA affair! I t Via nnncfriint Inn rf ft n
Itatnil I 4 ' u'0 -" I J 1 UUVI 1V Vu vwiion w. v -
liaicu. ... I V A VnAr nuts ttlm. I . . . t . a
"Oh give me a name, won't you 7" miuuj uu uv arcn cave l0 De DUUl Wlin ine neju
7ll til m unu I fgy W6KS
"l n0t ,af.k,ng yUr adm,rat,on' Mrs. Isaac Pollard went to Union
"You may save yourself the trou- Wednesday afternoon to visit her
ble!" she flashed; and then laughed aaugnter airs, uarnura wnu mi
out merrily. "Let us not be so ab- prostrated since the death of her
surd! We are quarreling like two husband.
school children over an. apple. It's Henry Helnrlch accompanied by
We will agree that I am
"If It gives you pleasure! You are
welcome to all the Joy you can get out
"Please don't be bitter! Let us play reallv & pleasure to meet you In this h,g wlfe Bpent iast Saturday at the
fair, and not stoop to abuse.
"I should think you would feel con
trite enough after that ugly business
of this afternoon. You didn't appear
to be even annoyed by that Italian's
effort to smash the launch."
She was silent for an instant; I
heard her breath come and go quickly;
when she responded with what seemed
a forced lightness:
"You really think that was inspired
unconventional fashion, but we must
be amiable. Our affairs will not be
settled by words I am sure of that. 1
must beg of you, the next time you
come forth at night, to wear your
cloak and dagger. The stage setting Is
home of the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Gruber. This is Mrs.
Helnrlch'a first visit here since re
turning from the hospital at Omaha.
The Missouri Pacific has made
Copyriito 1909' .
The llouie of Kuppeahaam
It is hard to tell the differ
ence between the "good" and
the "near good" in clothing.
The real difference is not ap
parent when you first see thzm
in the store. The real differ
ence appears after you have
worn them. Difference in price
often leads people to believe
they are saving money by buy
ing at the cheaper place, where
as a matter of fact this is not
true. We have the name of
carrying good goods and noth
ing else and if good goods is
what you want, we can sell
them to you as cheap as any
body. Our new spring line is
uncovered and ready for your
A Lady of Shadows and Starlight
It was nine o'clock before IJima
came n. ur.pp.ng trom . iuu.uk .a suddenly appeared at a
the lake and his walk home through 1
fair enough; and the players should some improvements in the passenger
the rain. The Italian had made no ef
fort to molest him, he reported; but
he had watched the man row oi to
the Stiletto and climb aboard. IJima
has an unbroken record of never hav
ing asked me a question Inspired by
curiosity. He may inquire which shoes
I want for a particular morning, but
why, where and when are unknown' in
"By Henry Holbrook. as you know
well enough. And If Miss Pat should
be murdered through his enmity, don't
you see that your position in the mat
ter would be difficult to explain? Mur
der, my dear young woman, is not
looked upon complacently, even in this
remote corner of the world!"
"Ynn seem elven to the use of
dress their carts becomingly. I am
already named Rosalind at night;
Aunt Pat we will call the Duchess In
exile; and we were speaking a mo
ment ago of the' Fool. Well, yes;
there was a Fool."
"I might take the part myself, if
Gillespie were not already cast for. It."
"Gillespie?" she said, wonderingly;
then added at once, as though memory
had prompted her: "To be sure, there
"There is certainly Gillespie. Per-
service at this station. They have
attached a mall car and another
coach and this will add very ma
terially to the comfort of the pas
sengers who hae occasion to use this
C. E. WESCOTT'S SONS
Where Quality Counts
From the Leader-Echo.
Loeutcs Odd Fellow's Home.
York, Neb., March 9. Georgo L.
his vocabulary. He was, I knew fair- langUage, Mr. Donovan. Let us
ly entitled to an explanation of the In- 8tron J 1 J 'of names and consider
cldent of the afternoon though he t me...
would ask none and when he had Rt a. you have
changed his clothes and reported to own gtand But , W,H Bay
me in tne lmrary i toia mm in a woru
.. . v. j..-.v. I mat i was
Will Rhoden and aunt, Mrs. Sarah Loomls of Fremont and F. D. Miller
Kenneth, of Lincoln, came down 0f Lincoln, of the Odd Fello.s home
haps you would liefer call him Or- Monday to attend the funeral of Mil- locating committees, arrived here
lando?" I ventured. .... dred Rhoden. Monday and after spending the
aT Then "0" ha't's' Tbive Fern Ro8enow and wlfe and Mr8 afternoon In looking carefully,over
mYn! Rewrites brave verses, speaks August Rosenow. of Murdock, vis- the land tendered by York as a site,
brave words swears brave oaths and lted in Elmwood, Friday. at a meeting of the Commercial Club,
breaks them bravely, quite traverse, L. F. Langhorst and wife went to decision of the committee to locate
nt.o. .V a hna rf nf tila Invar I llmnho Mnnriflv mnrnlnt?. rftlimlllU I tlio nnnnnaojl olnto drill folldtts' hnmo
. . . aaVl CH-ll"!- Uio v.. ma . v , I .111111.111 ...... 01 - 1 nic ji uivai.u v..v vuu -
that there might be further trouble, 7" . , ' ,ovaH fhp pulsny tllter, that spurs his horse but Wednesday evening. at that town.
and that I should expect him to stand 'vni VL mme on one side, breaks his staff like a Ted jeary-B baby was quite sick
night watch at St Agatha's for a
while, dividing a patrol of the grounds
with the garoener. mis xes, sir, h . helow. owl
was as calm as though I had told him - - JT rm '
to lay out my dress clothes, and I kootel in the Glenarm wood! : a rest
went with him to look up the gardener ls bird chirped from its perch in a
..... m n . 1 A AVAPhOOII
o ids riivlatnn nf natrol duty mlent I mi"
eavesdropper the very hour you came i
A moment's silence; the water mur-
The site consists of two elghles ly-
noble goose; but all's brave that youth ,agt week wtth the diBeaso that has lng Bde by side a short distance
mounts and folly guides.' " nmvnient amone the children Bni,u,Ht nf th dtv of York. The
"That is Cella's speech, but well community the past few lo.atlo.i is fine and one of the most
rendered. Let us consider that you . ..ni..M.i.ki.nrt nf
One tract belongs to Mr.
be thoroughly understood.
I gave the Scotchman a revolver
and IJima bore under his arm a repeat
ing rifle with which he and I had dl
verted ourselves at times in the pleas-
ara Rnsallnri fnHn Vlnla Anrl Ariel
.it in nn a nd i .hnii hn thnR lm- Bert Hollenbeck, .wno has been the state.
mortal villains of old tragedy first, earning the shekels in North Da- Butterfleld and the other
'111(1 Uncovering" Sure.
The firm of Falter & Thlerolf are
wearing a large, broad smile today.
They have received four tons
count 'em four of fixtures this,
morning and next Saturday will be
music and flowers for true. These
fixtures are the finest ever brought
Into the city and Include a full line of
dust proof hat cases, clothes, cabi
nets and show cases, the latest design
and the best to be had. The disap
pointment over the failure to uncover
last Saturday is measurably allayed
and next Saturday you can come and .
see the best clothing Btore bare none
.... t. ...l ,M at laat moriBl Villains Ul Ulll II ttseuj llioi, euimiifc mc o..v..o -. -
v St i Ln RtenlnJ while cond and third murtherer; or. 11 it kota the past year, has returned to Wood. The land is valued at $20,000
Aunt Pal ? unfolded Tthe Trk history of BU,t better' let me be Ia for Nebraska and will work on a farm and that is considered a conservative
Aunt Pat unfolded the dark history
"I knew It, though I tried to be
lieve I was mistaken. But when I
honesty; Othello for great adventures; near weeping Water this summer, estisiate.
.. a l 1 I .1 1
ant pracuce 0i ot .iiw Baw yoU there on Tippecanoe creek
assignea n.m iuo w"'7 nieeting your father at the canoe-ma-the
gardener tc look out .for Le... , wa8 bounded; I did
from the road. These precautions
taken, I rang the bell at St. Agatha's
Hamlet for gloom; Shylock for relent
lessness, and Romeo for lovesick
Again she bent her head; then draw
lng a little away and clasping her
hands, she quoted: "'Come, woo me,
Miss Mary Foster, county superln- At the meeting of the Commercial
tendent, came out from Plattsmouth Club in the evening It was voted to
Wednesday noon to look after some guarantee to the Odd Fellows of the
school interests in the county. state the sum of $10,000 in cash to
n r. rortmPil ipft th first of last be used In the construction or fur-
wn m- fnr now I am ln n hollda L.v fnr M homo In EuKcne. Ore., nlshing of the home ln whatever
manner ine uuuuimk tumiiiHiro m-
The citizens of York are feeling
I stammered a moment, dimly re- L..ov r,nnn nn hphalf of nave's Jubilant over the decision or the corn-
calling Orlando's reply in the play.
. . ii i. ji...h k I I rilii nnt knnw wnetner snn were aar-
geBiea, nnanB u m.lu lu . ' T. ,, .u. rim, hirh --hnnl basket
not know that depravity could go so
" i . l ..... v . - . I ... a
"My poor unhappy, unfortunate fa- numour nu uh enuugu 10 i-uubouu accompanied oy a very nno mum ci
ther'" she said in a low voice; there What would you say to me now, an ,a (vlntage 0f 1776) for use in that
was 'almost a moan ln it. I were your very, very Rosalind?'" wet countryi presented to him by
"I suppose you defend your conduct I stammered a moment, dimly re- char,ey rjlapp. on behalf of Dave's
on the ground ol nnai auiy," 1 sug- calling w .o..uUD ... f Elmwood friends.
mittee to locate the home here. They
have all along felt that the site ten
dered was one of the best, If not the
n... ..n..MnM whn ara vmi tn ire me: and th s was certainly not tne ine bimwoou i"b
tnrtB.n nnr afTairs? We are 'the unhap- girl's mood as we had met at St. Aga- ball team was defeated here last rn- tDni,aroA nt,vuhero in thn state
plest family that ever lived; but 1 tha's. My heart leaped and the blood day nght in a hotly contested K"1 and'the decslon of the committee to
Bhould like you to Know mai n was uu8.Cu ... . playea ,n ine optMtt lluUBc. hpre dlJ not cause any un-
not by my wish that you were brought searched out the long forgotten scene; lcore wa8 lg t0 20. The game Is locate nfi ai a"y
.... I... n Tk,. ia mnr. in I and suddenly I threw at her the line: ... ... , ,.k usual surprise here.
a UthTshan ap ear;-'' 'How ,f 'the kiss be denied?' " ZZ' The ContrftCt f " dr'.B
auu o- i maiotf mnrn nor nnd nronnriv
about uw --- '
Ijlma Bore Under His Arm a RtoaV
all this than appears
"There Is nothing In It but Miss Pat
her security, her peace, her happi
ness. I am pledged to her, and the
rest of you are nothing to me. But
you may tell your father that I have
been In rows before and that I propose
to stand by the gun3."
"I shall deliver your message, Mr.
Donovan; and I give you my father's
thanks for It," the mocked.
"Your father calls you Rosalind
before strangers'." I remarked.
"Yes. U'b a fancy of his," she mur
mured. Unerringly. "Sometimes iff
Vlo!a. or Perdlta, but, as 1 think of It
It's oftener Rosalind. I hoi e you don't
object, Mr. Donovan?"
'.No, 1 rattier like It; If in keeping
and asked for the ladles, but was re- with your variable character. You
...... a i., .w thov had retired, seem prone, like Rosalind, to wood-
tor the situation would not be helped land wandering. I dare say the other
by debate and if they were to remain people of the cast will appear ln d.ie
at St Agatha's It was my affair to season. So far 1 have seen only the
plan the necessary aeronsive air.7 ruu..
Luk.. ,n,,hiin th-m. And 1 must "The Fool? Oh. yes; there w
ha., tw at all times, from the Touchstone, wasn't there?"
.-. - ----- . ...... .J thnra
l ueiieve is auiimiu m.n. n.
moment I first saw Helen Hoiorooa
with her father at Red Gate, I had
every Intention of shielding her to the
utmost. The thought of trapping her,
of catching her, flagrante delicto, was
revolting; I had, perhaps, a notion
that ln some way I should be able to
thwart her without showing my own
hand; but this, as will tppear, was
not to bo so easily accomplished.
I went home and read for an hour,
then got into heavy shoes and sot
forth to reconnolter. The chief ave
nue of dangr lay. I Imagined, across
the lake, and I ras-;d through St. A3'
tha's to see that my KUird w.r
ahinit their liusltions: tlieo contlti iH
along a wooded bluff th:tt ro;' to
.i.t.,,.1,1,. iii.t.-ht iilinvc the hile-.
There was a wl vll::-? path wl.Uh Hi -Dllgrlmapos
r.f ..ro'.MiM tn Hi-rnS
and auiumn hud worn hr.rd. nivl I f.
lowed It to Its crent. wli. ic thorn wa.i
a stono be.nh, e.-.tnbr.shed for the ci( "
of those who wiidnd to take thilr sun
sets In CO'llfOlt.
a a S m 1 1 J
Hrip nnrusrepn ner hmouiultb. i . .
" ---- -f i iin mur h rinnv hvpiiimil auuuL i ....
"The rehearsal ha. gone far enough. tlTe'yn People gath- oy all Pities interestea.
RETORT OF THE CONDITION
BaLnk of Cass County
of Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
Charter No. 642.
Incorporated In the stat of Nebraska, at th
clottfl of bu.iliifMM February 'tX 1VUU.
Ixjansand discounts ....fcWIO 5ft .
OvenlraftN. secureil and unweuma.. I.H74 IH
ltomU.nUx-Wn.MtH'iirlllt'd, jndirmeiilH. i!,300 00
ItiiiiUlnif houne furniluro ami tlx-
tunes "a""' m
(Mher real entail 13. 00
('urn'iitpxiM'iiscn and taxes paid... . &il Rti
Dun from imt'l. hi ate and private
hanks and hankers 39.4W Ti
Cliii ks anil llenis of exi'liaiifn MS 73
Total 3H0,078 03
LI A 111 LIT IKS
Capital stock paid ln I W.Otw 00
Surplus fund s.mw w
I niilvlili'd prolim mo
Individual (li lsmltH sul))H't tochei'k ia,ttlt S3.
lVinand rert IHi-ates of ltposlt 74 60
TlniH certtHcatnt of dt iHisIt HKKA OS
rashler'a cheek outanillnir 17,719 11
Due to nai l, slatfl ami private nanus
and uaiikeni ii.auooi
ered at the home of C. D. Kuni sr.,
Returns to WlxroiiNln.
W. Goodnature of Derlin,
Let us come back to earth again
uui inn, o,..e..uw, 4 umv u . . ,n a ,inHv tn the home
Far across the lake a heavy train "u "' " - .nH
rumbled, and Its engine Diew a long - Vlltln In the Im-
the evening, giving ner a very pieuo- . -
...ri0 Tha pvenlmr was han- meuiaie vicinity ana in u
plly spent in games, music, etc., and several weeks past departed this
. ' .i.i ii uo.vprt noon for his homo. Mr. Goodnaturo
o --- . . , . ... n.llr.
wno is a prominent riu.en ui .ji.-imi
will first make a visit with his sls-
LenveH for Xew l-'lelds. ter at Pardoevllle, Wis., after which
blast for Annandale. I felt at that In
atant the unreality of the day'B events,
with their culmination In this strange
interview on the height above the
lake. Never, I thought, had man par
leyed with woman on so extraordinary
a business. In the brief silence, while
the whistle's echoes rang round the
shore, I drew away from the bench
thnt had stood like a barricade be
tween us and walked toward her. 1
She laughed; I felt that wo were
bound to get on better, now that we
understood euch other.
"You are rather proud of your at
talnments, aren't you? I have really
read the play. Mr. Donovan; I havo
oven seen It acted."
"I did not mean to reflect on your
Intelligence, which Is acute enounh; or
on your attainments, which are suf
fklent; or on your experience of life,
"Well spoken! I really believe that
I am liking you belter all the time.
"My heart Is swollen with gniUltide.
You heard fliy talk with your father nt
his cottage last nlnht. And then you
tlew hark to Miss I'nt and played the
hypocrite- with the nrtlessness of Rosa
lindthe real Rosalind."
"Did 1? Then I'm ns clever as I nni
vlckc.. You. no doubt, are iu wl-.n as
; are pond."
l-hi folded lier ntin with a quid;
ir,oMTiiint, the bif ir, 1 t hunch!, ti.
rttft not believe in her: she naa
flaunted her shameful trickery iu my
face; and yet I felt her spell upon me
as through the dusk I realized anew
her splendid height, the faint dis
closure of her noble head and felt the
glory of her dark eyes. She did not
draw away, but stood quietly, with her
head uplifted, a light scarf caught
about her shoulders, and on her head
a round sailor's cap, tipped away from
"You must go back; I must see you
safely to St. Agatha's," I said.
She turned, drawing the scarf close
under her throat with a quick gesture,
as thounh about to go. She laughed
with more honest glee than I had
known in her before, and I forgot her
duplicity, forgot the bold game she
was playing, and the consequences to
which It mtiBt lead; my ptilseB bounded
when a bit of her scarf touched my
hand as she flung a loose end over her
"My dear Mr. Donovan, you proposo
the Impossible! Wo ate foes, you
must remember, pint I cannot nccep
"Hut 1 have a guard about the house
you are likely to get Into trouble if
you Irv tn pns through. I must ask
you i-i ' r'nT our pledge, that you
The Monday morning freight train ho expects to return to his homo city
carried away three Immigrant cars He has been in this city for several
and with them three good citizens, months vlBltlng with Mrs.-Ilennlngs
Charles Brandt and hlB son Alfred Mtb. McCullough,, Mrs. John Urlsh
Mith i.It car. well filled, goes to and Will Sopor. Previous to his
,. .v.. .D , - - .
Mcrna In Custer county, and ln their visit hero ho visited with John an;i
going Cass county loses a splendid George Sporer at Valparaiso, Neb.
Total I3. 0J
CoiiNTVorCAH lM I. T.M.Patterson,
cashier nf the almve named hank, do hereby
swear t hat t lie ahovn st alemonl is a rorm-i ina
true ropv of the report inailctotlieMiaie naim
1uk Hoard. T. M. I'attehhow.
... ..JCiias. C. I'AiiMiti i. Director,
Aiiesi.j ,, u ei u Nil urn mil, lUmlor.
Huhscrllieii and sworn lo liefore mo this 5th
day of March, WW'. Clara Hhown,
Seal My commission ex pins .Ian. lllli, IUI2.
man and one who counts his friends During the time ho was ln this city
by the score. Mr. Goodnaturo mado a great many
Adolph Schwartz goes to Mander- friends who regret to see mm cut
son, in the nig Horn Bnsln of Wy- his visit short. A large number of
oming, where ho has rented an irrl- friends and acquaintances were at the
gated farm for a long term of years. Burlington station to see him de-
The friends of Adolph will miss him, part.
especially when It comes to hunting
wolves and Kinareu sports. it,,,,,,,,. ,,f v,.w Service
Tom Smith goes to mo weieu. Fri,nionti Nlb., March 8. Rumors
part of the Btate and anotner oni- .. . . r..llroad ,.irrl,,8 that
timer will bo registered among the tho Ilurn(tton 800n H to make omo
absent ones. Nehawka Iteglsttr. ,., n i,H sioux Citv-Ashland
lino that wilt give citizens of smnll
I ..... a
It W livers, who served two towns tne service linn mey nme ui-.-u
years us deputy game warden nnd clamoring for, petitions and other-
ade his headquarters at llavelock wise. It is said that either morning
nervb'H will ho Installed, meaning two
trains each way a day, or It will be
arranged no that one train will run
south In tlu morning anil the other
north Iu the afternoon, permitting
pet sons wishing to visit Fremont to
have seine time lu re between trains
At undent the i.urth and nouth
l.o-iiiil trains pass In Fremont
RETORT OF THE CONDITION
Plattsmouth State Bank
of riattsmouth. Nebraska.
Charter No. 7X8
IneoiiHirnled In the state nf Nebraska, at th
cIiimi of huslm ss, I't'iiruary i,
Iinnsand dl-u-ount .....ShXt.ri
overdrafts, mi'iiml ami imsi'i-unii .. l.u.ti m
IIoikIs, st.M'ks, Ms'urltli'S, Judtrini'iits,
rlnlms. etc I.8H4 W
tlniiklnirhouse.fiirnltiiivamlflxtutr 1.47V l
Currt'iit pxim'iiss and laxes paid... . I.iiu4 1M
Cash Items 314 H4
line fnun tint 1 stale and private hanks
am hankeiit lS.xn 11
Cash f.7i 43
dining that time, has moved to Has
sett, Uok county, nnd wilt spend
his llmo from now on looking after
bis ranch. State Journal.
Mrs. F. (5. K u port of Otnnba mine
down last i veiling for a visit with
Bennett Chrlswclser and family only
to be (1 bap pointed, Mr. and Mrs.
Cluiswelsor being absent on n vl.-it
with relatives. Six' returned home
Ibis inernln:; r the early train.
Cnplialslis-k pnld In IjO.WiO 00
1 mllvliliMl pniiiis n
Imllvlduiil di'isslts subject
to ches-k f.M.3so S!
lirmand ii-rtltli'iiles of de
Time cert HleateN of drposll aivl 7!l-71VJW W
Hills pnyaliln M0 00
Total t:l,siia 63
Stats or NruiiASKA. I a
t nrsTV orl'Ass l" M. Itols-rts.
enslilorof the nlsive nninril bank, do heixliy
swear that, the nlmve sliilement Is a rorreet
nnil O ur i-npy nf the ivisirt made to Hie Stain
llu iklrni IIuiikI, J. M. Kulll K I'S.
.... i. I H. Hfi'Krii.lUns-tnr.
rttu si. j vv Niwki.i.. inivoinr.
SnWrlls'd nnd sworn lo before methlslUU
davof Minvh null. W. W. Windham.
Iiull Notary 1'uldle.
My eomnilsslon expln-s luio
1 1 M,Y J's t'V l. 10c A W1I K.
Miss Kminu Bauer Is spending thu
day In Omaha going to that city on
the early (rain.
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