The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, June 20, 1902, Image 1

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A Charming Reception
Tho reception given by Mr and Mrs
A P Thomson last Saturday evening
to meet their son and hifa bride Mr and
Mrs John 7 Thomson was one of tho
most charming social functions of the
year Invitations had been sent out to
about 225 guests and a large percentage
of them responded between tho hours of
iJ and 1 1 oclock
Mr ami Mrs A P Thomson and
Mr and Mrs John J Thomson re
ceived in the capacious sitting room of
the Thomson residence A corner in
the immediate rear of the receiving party
was done in green in drapery effect two
white hearts pendant from the center
forming a chaste and pretty decoration
the color scheme throughout being in
green and white ferns and while carna
Ice cream and cake were served in the
dining room Miss Hannah Stangland
presiding at the refreshment table as
sisted by Miss Addio Doan and Miss
Kitlie Stangland in the early part of
the evening during the latter hours
Mrs F M Kimmell Mrs Margaret
Oyster and Mrs O M Knipple served
The decorations were in green and white
ropes of ferns being draped from the
shaded electric light to the four corners
of the large table in the center of the
room producing a decidedly pretty
simple effect heightened by white car
nations etc
Miss Nina Doan and Miss Miss Mabel
Wilcox in the early hours graced the
punch room of which a corner effect of
ferns was the chief decorative feature
white carnations and other ilowers com
pleting the color idea Mrs Vina Wood
jnsiued dur n the later period
Miss Gertrude Marsland of Lincoln
and Miss Elizabeth Thomson ushered
guests into the refreshment rooms
Velum Sutton Marjory Schobel and
Leslie Thomson received the cards
Vocal music by Miss Ethel Marsland
and instrumental numbers of Miss Fran
cis Marsland were a delightful and enjoy
able feature of the reception
Mrs Nellie Guild Miss Florence
Randall and Mr Albert Randall of
Omaha Misses Gertrude Frances and
Ethel Marsland of Lincoln were out-of-town
guests All of whom departed for
home on 2 Monday morning except
Mrs Guild whose departure was de
lated until Wednesday night on No G
The bride and groom followed the star
of empire westward on 3 Tuesday morn-
Mks Jamks G Stokes received Wed
nesday afternoon to meet her sister
Mrs Simpson Finnell of Hamburg
Iowa entertaining a large company of
lady fiiends during the afternoon in a
very charming manner
Celebration at Boxelder
The people of the Boxelder neighbor
hood are energetically arranging for a
big Fourth of July celebration in Stephen
Bolles groves Judge Norris our next
congressman will be the orator of the
day speaking at two p m There will
besports of all kinds Good music a
rocd band if one can be secured Grounds
will be well equipped with refreshment
and other stands Liberal purses for
sports Grove is eight miles northeast
of McCook Watch for the bills Make
your arrangements to take it in
We Sell
Best 1 ply Carpet Warp on spools at 18c
fur white and 20c for colored Best
white or fancy table Oil Cloth at 15c
Best apron check Ginghams at 5c Best
lndisro dyed Calicoes at 5c Best light
ground Prints 4oC All colors of Baby
Ribbons G yds for 5c Best 5c LL Mus
lin at 1c yd by the bolt These are
prices not found elsewhere and indicate
what cash dealing does for the pocket
book We solicit your trade The
Thompson D G Co
Notice to My Customers
I wish to announce that my place of
business will be open in the evening the
usual hours I do this believing that
the requirements of the country trade
demand such action as the S oclock
closing hour now practically shuts out the
trade of tho farmers during the season
when they are busiest and are compelled
to trade after the days work is done
F M Colson The Bee Hive
Burlington Team Dates
The Burlington baseball club of our
city has arranged to play at Minden on
the 30th At Kearney on the 1st of July
and with Havelock on the home grounds
July 4th
The game between tho regulars and
reserves called for yesterday was an
nulled on account of rain
Heck has retired from the team
Hastings New Depot
Hastings June 11 Special It has
been given out that the Burlingtons
new depot at Hastings will be open to
the public on July 1 and from that time
on all passenger trains will stop there
It is also understood that the McCook
band will come hero and give a concert
in the new depot during the morning of
the Fourth Lincoln Journal
Card of Thanks
The family of J H Ludwick take this
means of expressing sincere thanks to
the many friends and neighbors who as
sisted and comforted them during their
recent afilietion Signed
J H Ludwick and family
The Free List Suspended
Thk Tribune again directs attention
to the fact that its overworked free
list has been suspended Space in this
this paper is our stock in trade Adver
tising is one of our sources of revenue
Good Horse For Sale
Six years old Will bo sold on six
months time with approved security
Enquire of Don Thompson McCook
Fiyo Curo f
Protects all kinds of stock from flies
irnats and insects Dont let them suffer
McConnell Berry
Arthur Golfer came in from Omaha
last night
Mrs M A Ross is visiting her sister
Mrs W II Brown
V D Selrys family has joined him
in Elbert Colorado
M U Clyde is at Hot Springs Ar
kansas for his health
Mrs T F Enright went up to Den
ver Thursday on a visit
Mrs J B Lippitt of Denver is a
guest of Mrs C S McElherron
Mrs P F McKenna is entertaining
her mother Mrs Reid of Chicago
Mrs SoLBRACEof Iloldrege is a guest
of Mrs W D Burnett this week
Miwr Alonzo Cone went up to Palis
ade Thursday morning on a visit
Miss JeannetteVanderpool departed
on 2 Thursday for Hamburg Iowa
Miss Millie Slaby arrived home
Monday night on G from Lyons Colo
Mits James Moranville visited Red
Cloud relatives and friends last week
Miss Edna Yarger arrived home
Monday night from her Iowa trip and
Mrs Simpson Finnell of Hamburg
Iowa is the guest of her sister Mrs J
G Stokes
Jay Norris of Hastings has been
visiting Charlie Kelley since close of
last week
Mrs J J Curren and the children
arrived home Sunday on 1 from their
Iowa visit
Mrs William Koll of Republican
City was the guest of Mrs A J Cham
bers Sunday
Mrs F M Kimmell aud Schell are
visiting in Lincoln whither they went
on 2 Monday morning
Mrs Mary S Bevard is here from
Holyoke Colorado guest of her daugh
ter Mrs H L Donovan
Mr and Mrs Sereno Hupp arrived
from Illinois Wednesday and are the
guests of their son James
Mrs Frank W Dean departed Mon
day morning on No 2 for New England
on a prolonged visit to relatives
Mrs C E Pope and Miss Ethel went
down to Oxford Monday Mrs Pope
returning home on 1 Wednesday
Dr L G Wolff of Okarche Okla
homa who has been visiting Miss Delia
Battershall left for home Monday
Mrs Kate Fairchild went up to
Ilaigler last Saturday on a visit re
turning homo on Wednesday morning
Miss Mabel Jordan spent most of last
week in Red Cloud visiting and to attend
the Zint Conover wedding last Thurs
Miss Myrtle Montgomery of Hold
rege was the guest of Mrs Lambert
Rodstrom close of last and first of this
Mrs C K Coleman Hazel and
Archie left on 12 Thursday morningfor
Chicago to visit a sister of Mrs Cole
Miss Millie Slaby has secured a po
sition in the schools of Lyons Colorado
her McCook well wishers will be pleased
to learn
Herman Schobel returned to his
home at Hildreth Nebraska last Satur
day after a short stay in the city guest
of his brother
John Schlagel was down from Hitch
cock county Friday last He reported
the grasshoppers as destructive in his
O W DeWald of the Trenton Regis
ter wife and child were in the city last
Friday evening on their way east to
visit at his old home
Mr and Mrs John J Thomson took
their departure Tuesday night on 3 for
their home in Missoula Montana going
via Brush Colorado
F A Fitch returned home latter
part of past week from Lincoln where
he has been a student of the Wesleyan
university past term
E H Jones a field agent of the Ne
braska university is investigating the
grasshopper matter in the Box Elder
neighborhood this week
Miss Hazel Hare arrived home close
of last week from Lincoln where she
has been taking lessons on the violin
the past term in the conservatory
Mrs J G Schobel went down to
Lincoln this week to attend the state
P E O convention She will also visit
her parents in Minden before her return
Mrs Jack Cook and the children
came up from Oxford last week and
will be guests of her parents Mr and
Mrs Vance McManigal for a few weeks
MrsJJR Sircoloumb and daughters
Miss Ada and Mrs Signa E Gilkey left
for Sheridan Wyoming on 12 Monday
They will visit in Oxford and Lincoln
en route
Miss Pearl Zint attended the wed
ding of her brother Roy in Red Cloud
last week being the guest of Mrs George
Hadell She returned home on 5 Sun
day night
Mrs H C Clapp was a passenger on
2 Mondfiy morning for Allegan Michi
gan on a visit to her mother who is in
ill health She expects to be away a
number of weeks
Pat Gibbons of Salt Lake City who
has been in the city guest of his daugh
ter Mrs L E Cann was an eastbound
passenger on 12 Monday morning He
is looking after business matters in
Mrs Harmon Thompson and Miss
Louella took their departure Wednes
day night on 3 for their new homo in
California The Tribune and all their
oldtimo McCook friends wish them
prosperous contentment in their adopted
Mr and Mrs L R Grigsby and Miss
Tillie Grigsby parents and sister of Rev
Jj M Grigsby arrived from Orleans
Indiana Tuesday night on 3 and will
spend a few weeks visiting in the city
They have been visiting a daughter and
sister at Bloomington
Maccabee Memorial
Tho Ladies and Knights of the Mac
cabees observed their memorial Sunday
afternoon last in a becoming befitting
manner Assembling at their lodge
homo at 230 tho two organizations
marched to the Congregational church
tho guards with spears and in uniform
leading the L O T M Both orders
were well represented the ladies espec
ially otherwise tho attendance was
Tho distinctive decorations in addition
to the elaborate floral display were tho
lodge banners
Rev R M Hardman of the Episcopal
church delivered the sermon which
dealt largely in the history facts and
figures of the order with pertinent ref
erence to the supreme hive above at the
The congregational church choir pro
vided appropriate music for the occasion
From these services tho orders and
friends repaired to Longview cemetery
in vehicles where the ritualistic servico
was held and the graves of departed
ladies and knights were profusely deco
rated with flowers The graves deco
rated were Mrs Nellie Johnson Mrs
L W Cox and C T Brewer
From Longview the line of march was
resumed to Riverview cemetery where
tho grave of the late Dr L J Spickel
mier was generously and beautifully
remembered closing the exercises of the
Childrens Day Exercises
The Congregational friends surrend
ered the last Sunday evening services to
the children of the Sunday school for
their regular annual Childrens Day ex
ercises The church was crowded and
the occasion a happy one Tho exer
cises consisted of a short song service
interspersed with recitations everything
passing off nicely As Childrens Day
would not be recognizable without flow
ers they were in evidence palms ferns
potted plants and cut flowers rendering
the pulpit rostrum etc beautiful and at
tractive The collection lifted was for
the Sunday school missionary work of
the Congregational Sunday School and
Publishing Society and the offering was
quite a liberal one
Fourth on the Upper Redwillow
The friends on upper Redwillow creek
are preparing to celebrate the 4th close
to what is known as the M L Brown
farm on the creek about 12 miles north
west of McCook Their programme of
exercises sports of various kinds and
all the attractions announced guaran
tees an enjoyable time If you are look
ing for a nice cool place where you can
quietly celebrate here you have it
within easy drive
Advertised Letters
The following letters were advertised
by the McCook postoflice June 20 1902
Otis Cary Mr J B Campbell
Mr Ncls Nelson G M D Osbom
Mr C H Shurtollo E A Taylor
Mis Mary Voatil
When calling for these letters please
say they were advertised
F M Kimmell Postmaster
Our water proof asbestine paint is
worth dollars to you Ask one of those
farmers who have recently sold farms
for big prices what they think of it
One sixth the price of oil paint
McConnell Berry
Want Your Poultry and Eggs
We are paying the highest market
price in cash for poultry and eggs
Bring them to the old Burgess imple
ment office and get your money
Burgess Walsh
Blacksmiths and Boilermakers
Tomorrow afternoon at four oclock
tho Blacksmiths and Boilermakers will
tear up the soil and disturb the circum
ambient at the Athletic park
Unfurnished Rooms and Closets
For rent in opera hosse block three
rooms and two closets Inquire of Mrs
S E Griggs opera house block
Wall Paper
We have left a good assortment of
wall paper from which to select at right
prices A McMillen
Special Purse Sale
Purses worth 25c to 50c now 19c
Purses worth 50c to SI now 39c
C L DeGroff Co
Shorthand Pupils Wanted
Pupils wanted for a summer shorthand
school L W Stayner
Wood Wanted at Barnetts
We want a number of loads of stove
wood at once Barnett Lumber Co
Best Ice Cream Soda at Candy Shop
Special prices on hammocks at Cones
If you get it at Marshs market its a
good article
Chain rubber and leather belting at
W T Colemans
Always reliable always dependable
what you buy at Marshs meat market
Get a plunge bath tub of W T Cole
man Just the thing for this hot
Extension step ladders suitable for
picking cherries and washing windows
at W T Colemans
For Rent A number of rooms over
the meat market Inquire of D C
Marsh in the market
Dont wring out your mop with your
hands when you can get a mop wringer
Finest thing out at W T Colemans
We have had a big wall paper trade
and in consequence have some broken
lots and remnants very cheap Still our
stock of new styles and colorings is
McConnell Berry
J A Wooley has gone to Oberlin
G I Pittman is a new employe in the
F C Scarborough is relieving C R
Liggett sick
W F Dunn is a new machinists
helper this week
Rush B Webster went down to Oma
ha close of last week
Harry Hardman is a new helper in the
blacksmith shop this week
Brakeman Harry Spalding left Sun
day for Wisconsin on a visit
At Kapkes suits for 820 up Experi
enced tailor Fits guaranteed
Robert NicholsErnest PearsonGeorge
T Kirchner are new brakemen
Fred Irwin took charge of the big fire
in tho blacksmith shop Monday morn
G L Burney has II S Spauldings
flag during the hitters absence in tho
John Rice chief clerk for Mack
Hughes visited the folks in Ilaigler over
L W Stayner of the trainmasters
office spent Sunday in Edgar with his
Conductor T E McCarl had the pay
car special over the west end of the di
vision Monday
Engine 209 is now running on the St
Francis branch vice the 1G1 now in tho
shops here for repairs
The wrecker is in the yard for an over
hauling and needed repairs Also the
boarding car A No 3
W J Krauler is the new piece work
inspector and Elmer Traver lias taken
one of the planers again
The formal transfer of the Kansas City
Omaha railroad to the Burlington will
take place on June 30th
Why not leave your order for suits
with a practical tailor Suits for 15
and upwards at Kapkes
Dispatcher and Mrs W F Pate ar
rived home Monday evening on 5 from
visiting Hastings relatives
They have it reported at Oxford that
McCooks coal shed mens wages have
been increased to 2 per day
Irve Brigner has quit railroading and
bought him a threshing machine and
outfit down in Adams county
Brakeman Harry Ellison returned on
G Wednesday night from his trip west
and is at work relieving C A Garner
Morris IT Dunham who has been in
the store house for about a month past
departed midweek for Spearfish S D
Operator Harry D Stewart returned
first of the week from Culbertson
where he has been relieving Agent Green
T O Robinson of the freight house
force was summoned to Riverton Tues
dayby the serious illness of his mother
Switchman U S G Smith aud Brake
man F F Neubauer went over to St
Francis Wednesday on business to
return today
Fred Zell of Denver was the guest of
Supt Campbell Sunday and Monday
coming down from the west on No 1 1
Saturday night
Brakeman F D Barney has taken a
long leave of absence and will take his
ill mother to Wisconsin for treatment
G R Roberts relieves him
Brakeman II W Conover arrived
home on 3 Sunday night from Red
Cloud where ho attended the Zint
Conover wedding last week
C A Ward is having his office im
proved painted etc this week and
Storekeeper Barber is having some in
terior and exterior conveniences added
Agent Mark Lawritson of Holbrook
has returned from his Iowa visit and
Extra Agent Zint is assisting in the
McCook headquarters celegraph oilice
for the present
The blacksmith shop force is numer
ously on the relief this week Barney
Buss and George Casten with injured
toes Harry Huet with a sore hand F
T Blue and Larry Roach
Trainmaster Kenyon as usual met
the pay car Sunday at Hastings and
accompanied it over the division The
car was attached to No 5 to this point
and went west from here a spcdal Mon
day morning
Switchman J F Amick and Brake
man William Hegenberger left for
Pueblo Colorado Wednesday night on
3 on a short visit for recreation J A
Roark is relieving Amick at Red Cloud
and T E McCarl is on in place of Heg
enberger out of McCook
Charley Graves who has been work
ing at McCook for some time was visit
ing with relatives and friends in this
city this week Charley states that he
is no longer with the B M but will
in the future devote his energies to the
carpenter trade Red Cloud Chief
Traveling Engineer C C Smith of the
Wyoming division Sid Wheeler of the
Northern division and C A Dixon of
the Western division were in consulta
tion here Thursday The question of
the adoption of a standard size for oil
cans was one of the questions discussed
Last Thursday evening at the resi
dence of the brides parents Mr and
Mrs David Tourtelot Lincoln Ne
braska Mr William Baird and Miss
Ona Tourtelot were united in marriage
The bride is a sister of Mrs James C
Barber of our city and the groom is well
known over the system as general car
inspector of the Burlington Mr and
Mrs James C Barber of our city were
among the guests The wedding tour
will embrace a trip to Quebec and other
Canadian cities They will be at home
In Lincoln after July 20th
It is worth considerable to be able to
feel that you can depend upon the
quality of meats you order at the meat
market A child can get as good meats
at Marshs market as a grown person
and a phone order gets the best every
Showed Them a Pleasant Time
The members of the Western Carfore
men association from Council Bluffs
South Omaha and Omaha who passed
through McCook last Thursday night
were shown a most enjoyable time here
They arrived in two special ears attached
to No 5 and wore entertained until tho
departure of No 3 for Denver and the
mountains whither they were bound
About one hundrodof the excursionists
took supper at the B it M eating house
arrangements having been made for the
same by O P Richmond
After the repast and spending the
evening in singing with music and in
visiting with many of McCooks popular
Burlington ollicials and others who came
to the depot to welcome them Mr Rich
mond and Mr Anderson both of whom
were accompanied by their familieswero
enthusiastic in their praise of McCook
and the hostess of the eating house for
all courtesies extended and pleasures
Mrs Hallow is very grateful to the
members of the association for their
evident and expressed appreciation and
for their liberality She will welcome
the return of the Western Cnrforemaifs
Association another year with pleasure
United In Love
A quiet and unpretentious wedding
took place about six oclock Thursday
afternoon at tho home of Mrs Peter
Conover on Seward street when her
granddaughter Miss Blanche Conover
was happily wedded to Mr Roy Zint of
McCook The ceremony wis impress
ively performed by Rev Dixon of the
M E church and only the members of
the immediate family were present The
young couple received a shower of con
gratulations and a number of useful
and ornamental presents They de
parted on the evening train for McCook
which is to be their future home Mr
Zint being fireman for the B A M on
one of the passenger trains running from
that point 1 fe is a sober and industrious
young man and unhesitatingly trusted
by his employers His happy bride has
been among her friends in Red Cloud
the greater portion of her life and she
leaves many cherished memories behind
her She is a young lady of excellent
reputation and priceless worth and en
deared to all who know her The Argus
adds its unbounded wishes to those of
acquaintances for the future happiness
of Mr aud Mrs Zint Red Cloud Argus
A Fifteen Year Sentence
Chicago June 14 Judge Barker
today denied a motion to arrest judg
ment in the case of Dr Orville S Bur
nett the dentist who entered into a com
pact with Mrs Charlotte S Nichol to
commit suicide which resulted in the
the death of the woman Tho judge
sentenced the prisoner to fifteen years
in the penitentiary
Burnett and Mrs Nichol went to the
Marlborough hotel with tho intention of
committing suicide The woman killed
herself with morphine and Burnett
claiming that there was not sufficient
drug to kill him made a few scratches
on his neck with a penknife Ho was
charged with being a party to the sui
cide of the woman
Low Rates Northwest
10 for the round trip to Helena
Butte Spokane and many other points
from Omaha Lincoln Hastings Grand
Island and nearly all points on the B
15 for the round trip to Tacoma
Portland Seattle Vancouver and Vic
toria from the same points
Tickets on sale daily July 11 to 21
1902 Good returning until September
15 Choice of routes Stopovers al
lowed on both going and returning trips
Ask the nearest Burlington Routo
agent for a folder or write
J Francis G P A Omaha Neb
Special Train to Denver
The Burlington will run a special train
to Denver for the International Sunday
school convention leaving Omaha 015
p m Wednesday June 25 to connect
at Lincoln with the Evangel special from
St Louis Special train will leave Lin
coln about 730 p m Standard and
tourist sleepers will be carried Reser
vations should be made early with G W
Bonnell City Passenger and Ticket Agt
Burlington Route Lincoln
Evangelistic Services
A L Ogden state evangelist of the
Christian church will commence meet
ings in McCook next Monday evening
in the Christian church of this city
The public is cordially invited to these
Absolutely Clear Title
Notice is hereby given that the title
to the W T Stone farm will be abso
lutely clear rumor to the contrary not
withstanding 2t
C H Jacobs Administrator
We have hammocks all prices and
styles The very best make for less
price than you usually pay for the cheaper
ones Come and get prices
A McMillen
Fabric Gloves have the call now and
are very fashionable especially the lace
gloves We have them in Black or
White Also Silk Taffeta Gloves also
Silk Mitts in wrist or elbow lengths
For fresh new elastic Kid Gloves the
only kind worth buying see us We fit
them on your hand thus insuring you a
perfect fit and a perfect glove The
Thompson D G Co
The makers of Ideal brand Shirt
Waists occupy an enviable position as
creators of style and designers of hand
some waists that can be retailed at pop
ular prices Their factory in New York
City is one of the best equipped in tho
world The Thompson D G Co havo
the sale of their goods for McCook and
vicinity White and colored Shirt
Waists from 50c to 2
t5 ii
9 i
Tho best soda is at Cone Bros
Ice cream 25c quart Pnlacoof Sweets
Stone for sidewalks at Barnett Lum
ber yard
Take your stove wood to the Barnett
Lumber Co
Everything seasonable at Marshs
meat market
A few Hicks Almanacs for 1902 for
sale at this oilice
Miss Kearneys lecture last night
was well sjKken of
E J iMithell auctioneer I hones
oflice 17 residence 95
Buy your bath brushes sponges aud
toilet soaps at Cone Bros
Two second hand headers for sale
cheap at W T Colemans
A Mormon elder named Wright is cir
culating in this neighborhood
The latest tiling out in the way of
sickle grinders at W T Colemans
Hammocks from GOc each up at
McConnell Sc Berrys
Stone sidewalks are now required by
the city authorities Barnett has the
A bargain in a good second hand
steam thieshing outfit See W T
Childrens fancy parasols for lfic laco
covered ones for 35c at The Thompson
I G Co
The Spiekelmier boys up iu Hayes
county have captured SG coyotes this
year already
Childrens gauze vests with sleeves or
without from 5c to 25c at The Thomp
son I 5 Co
Tho farmers are pulling hard on the
construction and section gangs since
harvest opened
Fruit jars and fruit jar rubbers and
tops cherry pitters and fruit funnels at
W T Colemans
Dont let lice and mites take yonr
profits Use Lees Lice Killer 13ny
from all druggists
Ribbed Gauze Lants in Kneo lengths
for Girls Misses and Ladies at The
Thompson D G Co
Have you tried the soda at Cones
Everything clean and dainty and
served in elegant style
Two rooms for rent Call at residence
one block south of M E church
Ernest Pearson
Ladies of avoirdupois can secure tho
necessary extra large sizes in gauze
underwear from The Thompson DGCo
Those two hole Quick meal gasoline
stoves are the best and all right to set
on top of your range to get supper on
these hot days
You can get Lace and Embroidery
Bondings and black and colored Velvet
Ribbons and Satin Baby Ribbons atThe
Thompson D G Co
We make all wool Dress Skirts as
cheap as 250 and up to G Fifty of all
kinds on hand ready to wear To your
measure at same price The Thompson
D G Co
The Masons and invited friends will in
dulge in a big picnic a short distance this
side of Redwillow creek next Tuesday
St Johns Day going down on 12
and returning on 5
About twenty five McCoakites at
tended the concert by the Wesleyan
quartette in Culbertson last Friday
night and report a fine entertainment
by the boys of the quartette
For the first time in a number of years
the local yield of potatoes will be fine
as to quality It is not probable that
the yield will be large as the acreage
planted is rather small usually
Our Ladies 65c fat black sun-or-rain
Umbrellas have steel rod metal trimmed
Congo handles 26 inch ribs and look
worth much more money Other grades
up to 475 The Thomp on D G Co
This is an ideal time to paint no dust
or other hindrance Remember the best
material is always the cheapest Let us
tell you about our S W paint It will
save you money
McConnell Berry
Childrens Nazareth Knit Waists but
ton before or behind afford room for
growth and exercise render needless any
undershirt endure washing and usage
wonderfully and cost but 25 cents if
bought from The Thompson D G Co
A protest of a vigorous sort has been
filed at this oflice against the alleged
cruel manner in which some of the de
livery boys treat the horses they are
driving This is doubtless thoughtless
ness on the part of the boys and the
mere calling attention of the boys to the
abuse will likelv cure
The editor and family are in receipt
of an invitation to a danco by the
A rmant Social Club at the Valcour Aim
Mansion which lack of transportation
facilities and incidentally time make it
inconvenient for us to accept We are
under obligations to Albert Tborgrim
son of Vacherie station St Patrick P
O Louisiana for the bid just the same
Seven Hundred arid Five Corsets to
select from I Two shipments from the
factory this week Plenty of the Gauze
Girdles for 50c now Plenty of the Bat
iste Girdles for 75c Plenty of the
Gauze Corset Waists Plenty of the
Gauze Nursing Corsets Money back
after 4 weeks actual wear if dissatisfied
The celebrated F C brand for sale
onlv bv The Thompson D G Co
or oil