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They Will Save Ton Money.
.Tu.it received, largest line of Straw Mattings ever brought
to OiluHihas. Call and see them.
Our Ferndale Canned Goods, and Chase & Sanbora Coaees
are leaders. Everybody likes them. They make friends where
ever they go. In met, every article we handle is the best. Have
you seen our fountain for keeping vegetables in good shape?
..air TME Tof...
X Jewel Gasoline Stoves. X
55 Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves.
Quick Meal Steel Ranges.
Monarch Canned Fruits and
Pillsbury's best XXXX Flour.
Our iMf suit I In handling such brands
f gtnds as the abnve, wnten alwaus flvt
pert ess sailsffasslen and f nr whlsn we are
SaaWa ag " .fc. SSA - -.aa.'"
To your entire satisfaction that it is to your
advantage to do your spill SUl SUlff trading
in Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Shoes with us, would you not say:
Well, that is just what we can do, and all
that is necessary for you is to look over our
stock and get our prices.
WILL YOU DO IT?
THEY'RE here now, so you
will 'not have to wait.
Bright, new and handsone,
each- one perfectly finished
and the prettiest line ever shown
in Columbus. No useless trap
pings oa these buggies the price
is put into material, workman
ship and finish. Each one is
ready to hitch your hone to, aad
the price won't make a heavy load
to carry. They're here, but
they're going. Can't I send one
your way ? Inquiry aad inspec
tion desired. :::::::
a of CelumbaB.
nuke's Cffec at Grays.
Field garden crass seeds of all
Hbshea'o soda water is the coldest,
piirest aad bast.
Groaad oyster shell Cor chick at
Duty's teed store, tf
-RolliuALUad moved their sssrry-
go-rosad to Schuyler Moaday.
Dr. Haas Pstersea, physician aad
irgeoa, ofsee Olive street, tf
-Dr. GRGietsae dentist, has ssov
ad iato the rooms above Pollock.
"Uacte" Johnny Walker of Ham
phrey was a Oolaaibas visitor Smaday.
Mrs. A. Heary has hssa snalaiil to
hsrbsdbysiffirBSBitha past twoweoka.
Dre. Martya, Evame a; Geer, eases
three doors north of nasdaofm stars, tf
Fred. Wilbame baa accepted tba
poaitioa of pnscipal of tba
Do mot tail to sas oar Moot gatram
iaad steal mull for SttAL A.DmawU
Tba raigaiaa; styls ia tha aast is the
Banftfcok skirt-waist hat, jastarrivadat
J. C. Fulman'a.
Attornsys J. Q. Baadar and C. J.
Oarlow ware at Fallarton last waak oa
court basin mm
We sail tha siagW-row aad two-row
Badger cultivator, thebastinthsaiarkaL
Loais Searatbar. tf
Dr. McKaaa's mataod of
aluminum plates places
equality with gold.
Dr. Deader, ays and
will beat his osteon west Thirteenth
street every Saturday.
Tha alfalfa fields in taia ragioa are
looking in an exceedingly healthy condi
tion since tha recent rains.
Friday last A. Drake and family
shipped their hoaaahold goods to Colam-
bus, says the Kearney HewEra-Standard.
-Mies Lottie Bckaaberger ssskted
in an orchestra eomeert ia David City,
Friday, by rendariag several vocal
Wm. Schila makas boats sad shoes
in the bast styles, aad mssa only the very
beat stock that cam be procured ia tha
Nothiag mewuader thesma, bat yom
may find aoaief hiagaow oa the 5 and 10c
For the butter that will aot come,
thoroagalystir a teaspoon of soda ia the
cream the eight before, is said to pro
duce the deared offset
The White Front Dry Goods
store. Bargaiaa in waista, skirts and
wrappers. Follow the crowd to E. D.
Fitxpatrieka and saws aMmey.
Miss Edaa Baardaley closed a very
saeceaafal tana of sehool Friday in dis
trict 73, south of Moaroa. The board
tendered her the school for next year.
W. M. Boberteon of Norfolk, a prom
inent repabticaa candidate for the moau
nation of governor, was in the city last
week calling oa his aaaismns friends.
Mr. aad Mnv F. W. Farraad were in
Sioux Qty last waak returaiag Wednes
day. They attended tha fanetal of Mr.
Farrand'e grandmother who was 88
The graduatiBg chaw at Platte Cen
ter this year contains bat two papik,
Etta Hoars and Walter Bloedora. The
exerdsss will be held oa the eveaimg of
the 4th of Juae.
Relattvee of tha late Mrs. Thomas
Gorman wish to express their thaaka to
the Boyal Highlander lodge, also to
neighbors aad friends for their kisdsaai
daring her last siekmess.
Charles W. Skarapaof Polk county
was in town Friday and hereafter wfll
have Tma Jomoui. aaat to his address.
He says vagetatioaof all loads is lookiag
fine since the raiaa of last weak.
Two wall improved farma for
Owe in Ohafaa towaahip, oaeia
roe township. These are both bargaiae
eonsideriag locatioa aad improvaaeata.
Beeher. HockaaBanter k rhamihara.
The mask: pupils of Mr. D.
Cunninahesi will mow had him at the
home of Bev. Becker, the i
north of tha Praabyteriaa oharch,
they wish to sas aha ia regard to lea-
eon, etc 2
News from Wsshaagtoa under data
of May 15 aaya that after Julyl three
baoeeaaied Jaaa 1st aad the ether by
J. a Dawson sad wile of Oconee
aad Mam Maad Woaslsy of tarn say, at-
the Wedding at 8t
Prof. L H. Britell has
elected a teacher am tha
him as this is a
least am tomth year at
Cblaashaa, His aamay fraails arm ated
b'bbi i1vaasaeBarar jm" 1aaaat eamawaaV e Vmamffama
Wflasa aad Mam Igaaa Mahsr, Bev.
srewefl kmewa to ssamy Jotnaux lead
ers who wfll wieb them aU the
-Tha Highenhenlhan team of Saaay-
nMatandputupaiaij lasim mama, but
dilnmhma says tarn aaaa m they were
defeated by the ales aeamef t ta ML
mesas amy W made tehaea thaaaaaa
-llsaypaffeBMSavBfSBW. -BwF.Tswiscaas af the a m nil i is
-a aad Me nmalatmataea aargoaw. af taa Twelfth aaaa haaterd. hall, had
-Can an J at fcrtia'iisr.atmpsr atahs; fr aiat Smaday tatsa saakai
vtwMLWMj'w.r Waalw. Ths BMMJsy was iaaabat
at his feed store, tf
-Pfllsbmry'a Best XXXX
Seaatte of Shell
caller at this caaes today.
David Erasae, father of J. E. Era-
was very sua oaaday
flsiall. choice farm for eale,
irrigstioa, joining towa. H.E.
For fine watch repairiag
Carl Frnemsl, 11th SC, Cohueboa, Neb.
Eastern's has of gaaofaae stoves sad
coal oil stoves are the aaat complete of
aay ia tha city, aad prjeaa are right
Don't forget to look over the 5 aad
10a counters at voa Bargaam lor
thing you want for the
Wednesday sfteraooa baghVaiag at
4 o'clock eUambetry ice ereeat wffl as
served at the home of Q. W.iPhulipa.
' Excavatioa was begaa this Tuesday
moraiag for a mew oaaemt sidewalk oa
Eleventh aad Ofa'aa street, adjacaat to
Asehe's grocery store.
Fred.Ii. Asehe has pmrchasod J. J.
Byan'a interest in the grocery store on
Eleventh street, tha latter retinae on
account of ill health.
Gas A. Bernhart, the esacieat dark
at A. Brodfuahrer'a, and Mam Myrtle
Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mia. A. W.
Clark, ware married last Tuesday, Judge
Material has arrived for the tele
phone liae to be connected with the
Columbue exchange, tha ton aubeeribere
at this place having been aacmred,sosays
the Monroe Bepublieaa.
Peter Duffy bad about $11.50 in
fruit trees stolen from the yard at rear
of his store, Saturday eight They had
been left there until distribution should
be made to the purchasers.
J. H. Drinnia was in town Saturday ;
basing hie prediction on the heavy rains
of last week he ie of the opinion that the
corn crop for Nebraska this fall will be
one of the most bountiful in the history
of the state.
Dr. J. E. Hansen, brother of Dr. H.
A. Besses of this city, has bought the
medical practice of Dr. Steveaa of Liad
ssy. The latter, who stadied mediaae
here under Dr. Gear several yeare ago,
moves to Chicago.
A. O. Rolf of Paleatiae wee ia tows
Moaday to meet the oncers of the
County Sunday School association.
Mm. Voss and Mr. Bolf were appointed
dclfgatf to attend the fltato aaaoriatina
which will meet in Central City.
The members of theColambue High
school alumni are requested to meet at
the High school on Friday eveaiag at 8
o'clock, to arrange for receiviagthe class
of 1902 iato tae High school alumai as
sociation. Peter P. Duffy, president
W. F. Beckett of Oeaaha, who
occasion to travel over a
portion of Nebraska, waa in the city
Friday, and says the rains of last week'
will prove of incalculable benefit 'to tha
growing crops snd vegetation of aU kimda.
These are the latest ia hats for
ladies: .The Tivoli, New York, Gibson,
Fhxodora snd Carmen, New York and
Chicago's latest creations, and the
Bwettaet hate of the season. Thefirstto
introduce them in Columbus is J. C
Jacob Bile, ia the course of a reseat
address at Buffalo, gave thin eloquent
description: "A. little boy ie a steam
boiler with steam always up. But he
has a safety valve. And if thepolicemaa
aits oa that safety valve there's sure to
be aa exploakta.''
aMy dear young man,'' said the min
ister, laying a hand geatlv oa tha young
mane ahoulder, "gin I let ye preach the
morn and yie gie a better sermon than
me, myfowk wad never sgaia be satisfied
wi' my preaching, aad gin ye're aaa a
better preacher than me ye're no' worth
-$45 California and
on eale: April 21 to 87; May 27 to Ji
8; August 2 to 8; liberal stopover ar-
and return bants. For ad-
information ask the aearest
agaat, Burlington route or write for a
Oahfornia folder to J. Fraacia, gamaral
pasaMgHr sgeat, Bmrhagtoa route, Om
aha, Nebr. lot
At David City' last Tharaday the
ateamuaary hearing of George Gould of
BaUwood, charged with aiding aad
ting A. H. Gould in tsrgia
mortgagee wham resulted ia
the Platte Valley State beak, was sailed
ia county court, aad Gould
from custody, there beiag ao evidence
-MjaMatAlhson aad Mm.8teraek
with a youmg child of tha latter
ridag Smaday aad whet
ton hotel the horse was frightened at
bicycle and became
thomght at fist to be fatally hrjared bat
be had for t tofJUO ma
a. ---- . aaaajavaMaaaBBraaaaK pssMsrBBissi
mmih --..,- Mmummm. m mm ailiiinilaw ths nkswks was to raflroad l
na. siiii mrmtMmw
Aaothar salaiitid raa isfl ia tal ' --'- .-.-.-.- -
Saajiay sfaafic. BssnasaaadaBt waowsaaal tmmmtit
nomad oyster aWl for iliskll: Aamarral had taaaa plass at
small laharatary fass for taaaa tekmg
CaaenistryaadBotaay. Qeod beard can
Jary Sfc-nivasaity Beam latter.
but what the aew eeurt house wffl ha
bautatTamov. A.bloakaf ground aaa
assassinated upon which thai great
sti met aim will be srestsi. Aa thsa
-"""-" lili ii II ill! iji i !
wffl be free from aU eaatractaaa....ia
it is wants a, a slsrat waariwiad am-
a law, sad a
Tha doctor, bo1
to show that the vie-
Jf he had aay-
hat I would ask, Wasthataakall
Car a ansa to go to a fair aid!' "
The first ward sehool gave aa eater
teiaaaaat Friday aftermoom ia the room
of ProLDado,caargiBg aa admission
of five casts, the proeaeds to be need ia
tha purohasa of a picture. Tha eater
ttiamaata ghaa by tha chJldraa are
always iaterestiag sad the pareate do
aot realise how ataoh they muss by mot
vamamgthasshoola' Taaaahool realised
t4whieh wfll acaaahly ha mead for the
of a portrait of Eageae Field,
at Greeley oa Thursday of last
week before Judge Byrne oa tae charge
of -Aa accessory before aad after aad
Ktiag inthe horse steal
Spaldieg and tha etaahag
ofBooaeytOaacettle. After hearing
the' evidence, Judge Byrne bound him
over to the district court in the sum of
14000. T.J. Doyle of Lincoln has been
employed to defend Lamb. Fullerton
Dr. J. Y. Beghtol of Friend waa ap
pointed Saturday by Governor Savage to
take, charge of the state industrial school
for boys at Kearney. Dr. Beghtol ie to
succeed John T. Mallalieu who has
raagaed to take the managemeat of a
auning company in Colorado. As super
intendent of thie institntion Dr. Beghtol
will take charge June 15, the date when
Mr. Mallaliea's reagaation takes effect
The latter waa formerly a citizen and
teacher of thie county.
Mam Carrie Hahn and a lady friend
facea Gohuabas, visited Wednesday even
ing sad Thursday forenoon at Bell wood
with friende....The verdict of thecoro-
nere jary concerning the death of B.
Kbeaig is not very favorably received by
his friaada and relatives in thie neigh
borhood, nor at Colambue where Mr.
Koanig waa well known. It is the opin
ion of a great aoaay that the coroner
ought to have opened the body. Per
haps its not too late yet Gazette.
A smbscription paper waa circulated
about the city last weak to find what the
aenameatof citizene ia in regard to hav
ing weekly coacerta in the park daring
the summer. We learn that the busi
ness men ajgaed with every liberal hand
aad that the bead boya hare about con
cluded to go ahead and furniah the
maac, the only question now interfering
beiag that aome of the members are not
sure that their services wfll be excused
by their employers daring the hours of
crThuraday eveaiag last the hour when
M.K. Turner, editor of Tax JotraauL,
left the omce for bia residence at his
farm north of the city, he waa suffering
considerably from the effects of hernia,
(winch has ceased him more or less
trouble for aome time) and hie condition
aince has been auch aa to cause hie fam
ily aad friends considerable anxiety.
Emyloyea ia tha cameo wfll use their bast
endeavors in taking his place until such
time as he is able to resume hie labors
or other arrangements are made.
Articlea of incorporation have been
filled for a Masonic Temple craft with
capital stock of $40,000. The princi
pal sabscribers are tba three Msenaifr
bodies-the brae lodge, chapter and
commandery. Tha board of directors
aJ.D.8tires,J.E. North, G J. Gar
low, G. A. Sehroeder, W. H.Benham,
O. B. Speice, C. L. Stfllman, O. T. Boon,
and C D. Evans. The directors ere
considering building theaoaalves a home
on oo not uuna laeir preaans lot on
Thirteenth street east of George Hagela
ie large enough for a hall, and arraage
mente may be made for other lota,
At the meeting of the city council
last Friday eveaiag the petitiomfrom the
Sisters of tha hospital, which sad bean
presented at the previoma meeting, ask-
iag the city to furnish water free to
them, waa rejected, the council deciding
that as tha waterworks were not aslf
aapporting it would mot be advisable to
great each favors. Bert Galley, city
ttoaoam, reported that the balance on
maad to April 30, 1902, was $174108167.
The' committee to examine hie reoorde
complimented him oa the exeelleat
eomditsoa aad eaeesaat Tiaantr in which
he had performed am duties.
Charles, George and Ebae
Syrian wholesalers who supply a
aamber of Syrian peddlers in Nebraska
with merrnamhee for the rural traflc,
brought before Judge Hudson bat
plaint of Mike Saba,
a Genoa bsaimess man charged with
fraad im securing poaaamion of a stock of
at $1,500 end
to Aaaa Saba. The action
oa the ground of ao i
dsctiou,tae offaass occurring in N
county. The parties bad a team await
ing them and as noon ns diamiasad they
want to Clarksoa where they were arrest
ed by the aheriff, taia beiag the last
A telegram waa received
Mrs. I M. Saley Saturday
M. Jeasinam of
of taia attar. He
was abaocmaUy taia. Taa
aouaaiag that bar brother, Bobert
Cumptss, had dropped. dead om tha
street in that eity daring the afternoon.
Vm mthmr smJ ka U . .
sir. uaaaNoa waa am ami
deat at this eoaaty,
mora raaiamiam lata, 1884, inLiviagaton
county. Sew York, mad came to thai
""0 lSak After about twenty
Faagaslil, Gm Mr. Comptoa was
aamnai sssa hafare tha war, entered
cam army, aesfaeg aattaa ssrviaa with
fasawVaas wise sa aaramf from lamg
JawaamV aat UmVaaafagamwal WamtL M inaBsaBBasmaVmwal
ay assay ef the aldar saadesa at Tarn
etaeraUas yet pmhBahsd. Itshnwssaah
mhin aixty iaehas hi dremm-
, the two
ax tae wena ssmr lest ay twa aaei a
quarter feet These are only two bat of
y auma hi the large volmase. We
will give aay of our subscribers saeppor
tmaity to owa one of these hoaha, By
paying ap your aaheariptioa to data aad
fast yom may have the book sad one
acriptioa ia advaaee to Tax
il the city
their atteatioa to tba work of tha Y. M.
a A. Sander aoloawmaioa'aerrioMis.
the efteraoam aad svssisg ia the Norte.
oparaaosaa. Ta the saoraiag the
lag X.M. U A. workers wen
(Merest charcaas where they presented
tae woritof the association. Mr. Bailey
Omaha, state saeretery, talked in the
uiagregatioaal caarch, Mr. North of
Lincoln, a university atadeut epoke ia
thaMothodat,aad Mr. Wolfe of Graad
Ielead, in the Baptist church. Noor-
aof aa there ie not
interest ahowa to risk the etart-
iag. Ha the aftermoom special music
was readered by a male qmartet aad ia
the eveaiag Mam Galley aaag a aolo and
Mr. and Mm. Erakine a daet
Every aaaool bmildiag ahould have a
Dictionary, Emeyclopedia, Bible aad
a price that wfll astonish yom. Thieie
mot ia aid mriated book, bat printed
thie year, 1902; containing the name,
peaanatiom aad location in state, of
every potto fee in the United States.
Besides this, the book has complete maps
of every state in the union, many city
maps that show the exact Joaation of
every block, 48 comparative diagrams
giviag the statistics of the United States
according to the new census and other
osscial sources. In short, you cannot
afford to be without it when you can
have it together with Tax Joubjcai. for
$3.40. See oar advertisement on oppo
Hannah Schefford. sister of
Mia. H. J. Hadaon, Mm. Charles Wake
and Mrs. S. J. Marmoy who has made
her home nearly all her life with the lat
ter, died Tharaday morning at the home
of Ed. Marmoy, east of town, after a
prolonged illness. Miss Schefford was
born in London in 1838, coming to
Commbaa with her family in 1860, she
has lived here ever aince. She waa the
youngest of eleven children, and had
been afflicted with linafnnsa since her
birth. Funeral services were held Sat
urday morning at 10 o'clock, in the
Sainta Chapel, Elder Hudson preaching
the sermon. The pall-bearers were J.
H. Galley, a W. Galley, G. W. Phillips,
Chan. Hadaon, J. G. Beeher and J.C.
Martin of Clarke.
We clip the following from the Cas
per, Wyoauag, Tribune. Mrs. Henry,
who ie a daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. Chaa.
Hamer of this city, has hearty eongratu-
latkna from her many friends here:
"Mr. Joseph Henry of Big Trails and
Mrs. Anna E. Chanman were marriad
Sunday afternoon at the raadence of
Mr. and Mm Fred D. Hammond, Bev. J.
a " - - aa -mm- w
ix uiwMg ossnanng. jar. uenry w n
proauaaat stock-raiser of BigTrails, and
has served aa member of the third Wyo
ming legauature. He ie well and favor
ably known throughout the entire state.
Mrs. Chapman is quite well known in
Central Wyoming, having taught the
Price aehool for a year. She has been
teaching at Big Trafla for about a year.
Both the bride and groom have a great
many friende in Casper who extend con
gratulatioaa to the happy conple."
The following special dispatch from
Humphrey to the Omaha World-Herald
of Sunday last refers to the decease of
one who had many friende and acquaint
aaceaim this city who will be sorry to
bear of bia death: "W. EL Tieakoetter,
one of the oldest settlers of Humphrey
died at Telgte, Germany, the place of
his btrth, Friday. Mr. Tieakoetter left
here March 23 for a few months' visit to
bin native country, and the news of bia
auddau death, which waa caused by a
paralytic stroke, waa a great shock to
his family and many friends here. The
deceased was born at the place of hie
death om November 29, 1846. During
hie raademee in Humphrey he bee con
ducted the Commercial hotel and waa
therefore known by almost every travel
ing man in the state. A wife, two sons
and n daughter are left to mourn the loss
of a good husband and father."
Mm. Thomas Gorman died Friday
evening after an illness of about four
weeks from inflammatory rheumatism
which affected the heart. Mm. Gorman
waa 38 years old and leaves five orphan
children to mourn the loss of both par
enta, two boya and three girls, the oldest
being about 16 yeara old and the young
eat 7. It will be remembered by many
that Mr. Gormaa, who waa a brakeman
on the Union Pacific, waa found the 18th
of September, lyiag almost deadoa the
track, between Clarks aad Central City.
He paaaad away soon after arriving at
hie home in this city. It waa supposed
ha had fallen from the train while on
duty. The funeral services of Mrs. Gor
man were held Sunday at 2 o'clock ia
the Catholic church, after which the
body was taken to the cemetery for
burial. A great many relatives were
present, among them were her four
brothers. The children all go to Schuy
ler to live with the mother's brothers,
Samuel A. Echols, eldest brother of
J. C. Echols of this city, died ia Brook
lya,N.Yn the 12th, death ceased from
the third etroke of peralyaa. The body
was brought hare Friday for burial and
placed beside his father, who waa buried
1871 J.a Eeaolaweat ss far as
to meet tha remaiue. Friday
aa-ricee ware held ia the
Echole home, Bev. Lace eoadmcting tha
services, assisted by Bev. Yost of Schuy
ler. Mr. Eehole was aa employe of the
UiiionPaciac here in 1874. Hewaaborn
in CoUadea, Georgia, 53 years ago. He
waa a literary man of marked ability,
holding positions on the New York
World, Tadaaspolis Sentinel aad
Ha waa the founder aad
ithe after it was sterted is said to
tha largest oremlataoa in
hie death he wee in the employ of Dunn
A FA Mil Y M ATTTR r
ArflmlLI In A 1 1 Lfi I
Its a family matter whea the problem of oayia groceries un
der consideration. The wife knows what bread a? roods aaa tha
wlenarAse antvo eBkA wmmin mJ
much the beat should coat Your
this respect is to let her choose her
than you and her mind will tell
we make a
ties and low prices are jammed
together in each article.
in so many differ
ent patterns and
.designs that we
They are the best all-around
lamps we could buy on the
market They are waiting for
a test why not give one a test
mow? Prices correct
HENRY RA6ATZ ft Ga,
6all ail Sh Oir Hit
Don't wait until every tiling has been
nicked over. We carry a roll line of
wall Paper, Patau. PleUtlc,Vemrala4m.
Grata, uriadaw tttfa.v,Sal. Rata.
Fleer Wax and every thing pertaining
to the needs of a good housekeeper. .
E DON'T READ THIS. 3
J5tl If you do not want to buy your S
g wife or daughter a fine, new -
Jfr summer hat. But if you do, you S
fr- can find a fine new line, just "
2T received at 25
MRS.M. J. RODMAN & C0S
aa Three Door East of Columbus State Bank. a
At the school board meeting Mon
day evening, Miss Anna Cogil was
assigned principal of the First ward
schools, Mr. John Lake of the Second
and Mrs. S. A. Brindley of the Third.
To you who are thinking of beauti
fying your homes, lawns, gardens or any
thing in the line of fruit tress, it will
psy you to see me first as I am agent for
Chase Bros. Co., New England Nurseries,
Rochester, N. Y., the largest of the kind
in this country, and their way of doing
business will interest you. A look at
Mr. Kersenbrock's orchard will convince
you that Rochester goods are the cheep
eat in years to come. We make a
specialty of ornamentals, shrubs and
roses of the largest assortment. W. W.
The following ie taken from last
Friday's Humphrey Democrat: "One of
the most distressing accidents which has
ever happened in Humphrey took place
this afternoon shortly after 1 o'clock
wherein the urge grind stone at linger
ar Grenbemer's blacksmith shop explod
ed, and as a result Henry TJnger, the
senior member of the firm in lying with
an ugly wound in his bead, and grave
fears are entertained of bis recovery.
Just how the accident happened nobody
seems to know, but it is very evident
that the large grind stone, which is run
by a gasolene engine, was running at too
high a speed. Mr.Grenbemerwssinthe
shop nt the tune, and he says that Mr.
TJnger had started up the engine and
turned on the belt to the grind stone to
do some grinding, and before the stone
had hardly gotten to its full speed, it
flew to pieces, one piece striking Mr.
TJnger im the forehead. Help was imme
diately summoned and the injured man
was carried to Dr. McKinley'e office
where he now Use in an unconscious
The following taken from the col
umns of the Bellwood Gazette contain
some facts in regard to the death of B.
Koeaig that Tax Jocksai. did not have
in hand Inst week, and no doubt will be
of interest to the many friends of the
deceased here: "Friday morning last B.
Koeaig, who lived about six miles north
west of Bellwood in Alexis township,
left hie home at about 8 o'clock, seem
ingly in good health. When noon came
he failed to put in bia appearance for
dinner; but it seems that nothing waa
thought of this, as he had often gone to
the island north of his home to fix ap
fences and would not return sometimes
for more than half a day. However,
when 5 o'clock came he waa still absent.
A search waa then made for him aad'
kept up until dark; but no trace of bis
whereaboate could be found. Saturday
morning the awe re hers again renewed
their work, whan Mr. Koeaig was found
on the island a short dietance from the
beak of Platte river, dead. Whea found
he waa lyiag fane downward, with his
forehead raatisg on bis arms. He lay as
if quietly elssaiag sad so aigae of a
through Bellwood Saturday Bight about
10 o'clock to view the nmiiai of de
aLa. w ,? T
part of the mat
gum ami cam aaat
her to bay her
ets, etc., im aa almost wholesale 1
variety. The prices oa these i
articlea are low while theqaali- a
Lin if WtH Pmr.
The coroner found in Mr. Kee-
nigu pockets a email bottle of strych
nine about half empty, also n rasor and
a revolver, and arrived at the conclusion
that death was caused by poiaoaisg,
while members of the family taiak he
died of heart disease. The coroaer'e
jury was composed of the following gen
tlemen: Bobert Cleland, Charles Baeh
boltz, John J. Selzer, T. P. Thadea,
Frank Shut aad Johns Bohrick. Mr.
Koeaig was 72 years of age, waa married
twice. Hie second wife ie about 25 yeara
of age. Children born to the first wife
have all grown to man and womanhood.
Mr. Koeaig waa strictly honest in hie
dealings, and waa always respected by
hie neighbors and acqaaiateacae.
Funeral waa held Monday at the late
residence of deceased, coaducted by
Bev. Williams of Beuwood, after which
hie remains were conveyed to the Bell
wood cemetery for buriaL"
Half lataa Omaha aadletirm.
May 21, 22 aad 23, via Bmrhagtoa
Route. State Encampment G. A. B.
Ask the nearest agent Burlington
Bring ue your job work. We wal
endeavor to please you.
JJR. J. E. PAUL,
Siewohaer block, coraar Utk aad Olira
atreata, Colaabaa, Near. OaVa TaL. A .
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oalr havwJaaa aa
movea tae liva
varieties at prices that tnmmirt
help bat tempt your Became
book aad the quality is im every
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