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The land that cuts
your ice hill down
below the luxury
point. When buy
ing: a Refrigerator,
4 get a good, one, that's
t the kind we handle,
t they cost no more
? than the inferior
Ice Cream Freezers
all sizes at very
The kind that
makes it a pleasure
to mow your lawn
at prices that will
Bring us your Butter and Eggs, we
guarantee you the highest market price.
We have what you want and you don't
have to bother with coin' or orders.
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THE AIPRO ACHING
Spring Summer Season
FINDS US IS THE
TO SERVE OUtt
Is of the bet and we carry
larger stock than ever be
- lowest prices.
Are acknowledged the best in town. We carry only solid goods;
no paper, shoddy or shelf-worn goods is here to be found in our shoe
stock. We have our shoes made especially for us im the foremost fac
tories of the country. We sell them at prices lower than ever.
Call and be convinced. "
411 Eleventh Street
." ' Cottage
AfMUfir D6UIVAL CREAM SEPflRlltORS.
Dry. Goods. -
We are offering a
very ' large assort
ment of, summer
DressGoods at prices
that will- interest
you. Call, and see
well made,neat look
ing boys9 shoe one
that will wear well
at a pricevery low.
We are headquarters for
dishes., The best quality for the
least money. We have a few
sets. Handsomely decorated
senii-porcelaiu at a price that
will surprise you. Call and
Telephone 26. I
Here you will find the newest
and best the market af
fords the coming
Dairy Deptt. t
-ttwsr&SapS. Wit Uom&jln
Dr. Gtotsco, dWtkt, onr FoUoddi
John KmUt fro inr Mowo vat
in town Friday. , ,
Emast DmmU mad a bMiMM trip
to Fremont Monday. "
Born, to Mra. L. G. Zinnthar, Taw
day nigat, August 35, a aoaT
Bora, Saturday BMraiaf to Mrs.
Thomas MoTairsart, a daughtsr.
Dr. Chais. ELPlatz,hosMopathio phy
sician aad.surgsoo, postoffioa Twuldiag.
Eastoa A Go. hava taa agaoey for
the Champion binder, mowers and
They tell us they hare the be goods
at Uie Thurston, Annex. Any doubts?
AskKeUy. . .tf
Drs. Martya, vaasTOsar Han
sen, oSee three doors aorth of Fried
hoTs store, tf
There are few things as rich as "A
Millionaire Tramp." North opera hoaee,
Prof. Kern retaraed aoate Sefarday
from Beatrice where he taught is the
county institute one week.
The temporary wagon bridge at Ful
lertoa broke down while a herd of cattle
were being driven across Thursday.
W. J. Winston, formerly of Colum
bus, now of Clinton, Sheridan county,
was visiting old friends here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Baker were quite
severely poisoned by awateraeloa Mon
day, requiring a physician's atteotioa.
Eaaton k Co. are headquarters for
choice groceries and hardware. We
take country produce at highest atarket
Boss Hammond of the Fremont
Tribune was one of the republican visi
tors to the democratic convention last
Mrs. S. A. Brindley returned home
Saturday from Ceatral City where she
taught several weeks in the coaaty
Wm. Schilz makes boots and shoes
in the best styles, and uses only the very
beet stock that can be procured in the
In the meantiBue, follow the crowd
to E. D. Fitzpatrick's, the White Front
Dry Goods Store, and see what yoa caa
get for your money.
Prof. R. M. Campbell was in town
Friday on his way to Humphrey, where
he will again superintend the public
schools the coming year.
. Lost, a pocket ledger account book
with black coyer belonging to W. D.
Askine. Finder will please leave at this
office and receive reward.
Mr. and Mis. C. W. Jens and chil
dren, who now reside in Humphrey, are
in Chicago, where Mr. Jens is purchasing
goods for the Eimer's store.
Charles Lutes and family moved to
I Columbus this week, says Saturday vs
Central City Republican. Charlie will
work at his trade of carpenUr.
y the lest The Tryaer Piaaa
leads them all in construction, finish,
durability and price. ' Sold on monthly
payments. Auditorium Music Co.'
Prof. C.S. Waters visited his brother,
Prof. Waters of this city last week, leav
ing Friday for Ainsworth where he will
be superintendent of the public schools
Joe.Bivins, who has been, employed
in Pollock's drug store, left today (Tues
day) for Omaha where ha will meet his
mother and sister and return home with
them to Georgia.
Mrs. J. L. Sturgeon went to Omaha
Sunday, called by the serious illness of
her niece, Miss Jennie Gasssr, who
underwent a surgical operation a few
weeks ago at the Methodist hospital
"A Millionaire Tramp's" wealth oon
aisto in the sole ownership of the richest
vein of pure comedy that any theatrical
prospector has struck in many moons.
At North opera house Saturday even-'
Three companies of the regular .ma
rine corps from Philadelphia, Bean.
passed through the city Saturday on
their way to the Philippine islands
where they expect to put in about two
J. W. Tanner, editor of the Central
City Democrat, was ia.tbs city Thurs
day. It is likely that he will dispose of
his plant in that town and return to
Follerton there to engage in the news
paper business again.
Word has been received here of the
birth of a son to Mrs. G. T. Everett, who
is at present with her parents m Pack
wood? Iowa. The young gentleman
arrived August 23, and has been named
Charles John Everett.
J. F. Siems writes to Tax Jockkai.
on a souvenir postal from 8aa Fraaeiseb:
"This is a beautiful city, nave never ex
pected to see anything like it. The park
is grand." Mr. and Mrs. Sisms are both
enjoying their western trip. ' , ,
Prof. D. Boss Canniaghaaa aad his
papils, assisted by Prof. Arris E. Pool,
will give a musical this Tuesday evening
at the home of W. W. Musgrave. Prof.
Cunningham will leave in a. few days for
Chicago when he will continue: his
Wm. Graves has returned from' a
four months business, trip ia northern
Iowa. He says that in the seotioas of
country he visited the crop prospect is
worse than in Nebraska, on acooaat of
heavier rains than we had. Many fields
have been badly flooded
A. Height returned Saturday from
visiting his brother in Michigan. On
his way, be visited J. A. Barber, aad
family, formeriy Golambaa - residsnts,
who are now in Chscaga Mr. Barber
has a splendid positioa ia the city with
wbich-he ia well pleased.
Misses Else Pohl and Eleaadre
Segelke entertained. a half . handred
yoong.lady.and gaatlssaaa friends at the
hosseot Miss 8sgelke Tharaaay eveaing.
The gasoewas to gaess the picture advar
tisements of proauaent advertiaiag ai
Horatio Adama aad Miss Martha Staaf-
-Joe OsfcVr-will awva
For watches and docks
Elsventh street jewalar, Colaatbua,
" Best, Creamery Butter 30c at
Dairy Depot. Colaaas Crsesa Co.
-Mr. and Mrs. John Bufgeaaatjaoveil
today to Kansss to make thair hoaie. -"
Pure, tarksy red asad wbaat
Fsnsas for sale at Schrosdet's milL
Dr. Seymour will be ColaBwaa,at
the Thurston boteL Moaday, Oct. 12th.
Mary Newman is entertaining about
fifty of bar friends this Taesdsy, aftar
nooa. " r . i y -
Judge Sullivan wss taksary siear
Sunday afternoon bat is now mack iaa-
t". . -;-.-, r:--i
George Wagner ansa D.H.Oarrig ia
the district court to revive a judgatsat
of $197. ' 'v --'
Do not fail to see our- 8-foot galvao-
izsd steal aull for S32.00. A.DaaseUA
Sob. tf , r
C A. Spetoe is having a new foanda
tion' built for his wsighing acaka -oh'
Eleventh street. T ,. '.' " ..
I Dr. MeKean's method. of makiag
alasainam plates, plssss theat oa aa
equality wit gold. n-.-..- ..-.
Joseph Schumacher of Platte Center
has secured a license to marry Mary
Henggeler of Columbus.
F. N; Nelson, who came herein. Jan
uary from Valparaiso, moved to Lincoln
Monday where they will reside. "
Bev. Luoe received a message .Mon
day that Rev. Ed. King of St. Edward
was taken seriously sick Sunday.
New brick walks have been contract
ed for in front' of the Gottschalk and
Froemel buildings on Eleventh itreet
Jean Condon, Basil Gietzen aad
Don MoAllister broke camp at McPaer
son's lake Monday and returned home.'
It's tiresome to be rich; that is what
uA.MUlionaire Tramp" saya. At North
opera hoase, Saturday evening, Sept. 5.
C. C. Hardy had a runaway Sunday
which landed his buggy in a crippled
condition in front of' Jonas Welch's
Misses Nora Babcock and Miss
Susie Boen have issued invitations for a
party at the Babcock hoiae Thursday
If you dont believe a rich man can
be happy come and see "A; Million airs
Tramp." At North opera house, Satur
day evening next. - '
For sale, residence and two lots be
longing to Mrs. C. H. Young on Thir
teenth street, occupied by L. J.. Lee.
Enquire of A. Height. . 4 ,
Albert Gieger returned from Switr
erland last Wednesday where he has
been for the past three months looking
after an estate of a relative.
Dr. C. D. Evans,' who ia one of
the governor's staff spent the week at
York at the state encampment. Mrs.
Evans and the children also camped
Carpenters Union No.' 1501. Regu
lar meetings every Saturday night. Yiar
iting brothers invited. E. J. Scott
president; Chas. Wurdemaa, financial
Judge Batterman issued a marriage
license Monday, and then performed the
ceremony for the uniting of John Stiles
of Fremont .and Miss Anna B. Shot of
Thia Wednesday afteraooa the
republicans will hold their county con
vention in the court abuse. A large
delegation is expected. On tomorrow
the judicial convention convenes.
Bather than take my piano east with
me and ship from place to place, I will
sell at a great bargaia. Those who wish
an elegant piano call at once, just north
of North opera house. D. Boss Cun
Hon. George L. Loosais of Fremoat,
while attending the democratic state
convention here last week, was the guest
of his 'nephew F. W. Farrand. Mr.
Loomia was chosen chairman of the
Hewett, the Great, will be here Sep
tember 9 and 10, "Asleep in Mid Air,"
the much talked of illusion, "Oat of
Sight," where a full grown person dis
appears from view, are among the won
ders presented. (
Geraldine Gray entertained three of
her young friends Friday, Saturday and
Sunday to a house party: Her guests
were Catharine Rusche, Janet McAllister
and Lucile Reeder. The young 'people
had merry times together.
P.J. Hart received a few bruises and
a big scare last Saturday. He was help
ing lay the pipes for the bath room at
his home, and stepped on the laths'
which were uncovered by the floor being
up and fell through up to his body.
Bev. Ed. King of St Edward and
Rev.'W. G. Fowler of Humphrey are m
town' today, Tuesday, taking their eemir
annual examination in the conference
course of study. Rev. Luce of this city
is a member of the board of examiners.
Miss Maggie McGafihTof the Bell
wood Gazette office is one of the contest
ants for the piano given by theOmaba
Newa. ,if youL have a chance to, vote .in
the contest any favors given the worthy
young lady will be highly appreciated
by her. - r- - r
i The Commercial club met Monday,
morning and, among. other business
transactions handed over, deeds to lots
to the Sarr-NicholsaoaiBaay, wbabave
aatabhahad.a brick yard ia the
part of town. A number of bills
Over in Batter oeuaty the.popalists
in the. fusion deal far divisioa oa the
osaosa take eoaaty tieaaarsr, district
clsrk; snperinteadeat of schools aad
sssussui. That is m great deal aaora lib
era! division than could possibly have
been jnadeih Platte oouaty.
John G. Maker brings suit in district
court against Leonard B. Fenner. The
parties formed a partnership in the real
estate business ia October, 1901,' and
dissolved the same about the first of this
akaUy received $400 more of the profits
thaa was daa him aad the plaiatat asks
.coagiagation of the German.
t. Baces aad s
tly enjoyed by the yi
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with anencouraging aumbsr of studeats
Prof. Waters states that the
aight echbol wBl not be opsoad uatil
Ivaa Solasss hasbeea given a
sad hostler at
aad moved' his
.Tassday. Mr.'H. hasbsea
on tba Bl k MT'passeeger run-
aiag 'troaa hare toXincola. . "
ArtharGray, Jraatartaiaad his.litr
tie frisads Saturday from 4 to 8 o'cloek,
in clelrssiOg has sixth birthday anni
versary. Several prizes were given for
games, those winning the favors were
PbUipXaanon,Paiii Kavaaaugh, Cath
srineRaecae and Louise Echols.
D. M. 8ullivaa, for several years
ysrd master here for the Union Pacific
and 'later brakemau on the Norfolk
branch, was tip from Council Bluffs' the
first of the week. ' He is now conductor
on the JFt Dodge division out from
Coansii Blnffs on the Illinois Central
road. ,- - -
Jaebb Kuts, aged 7i years, died
Sunday' at the hospital' from urineal
potaoningl ' He came to the hospital from
Tarhov two years sgoV He' leaves no
faauly., Funeial services were held Mon
dsy afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Catbolio
church, and, iatermeot .made in the
Misses Lottie Hookenberger and
Ethel Galley entertained Friday evening
at the Galley, home, over eighty guesta
being ;. present, ..Progressive anagrama
was Vtha amusement, of the, evening,
Howard:' Clark and Mrs. Lora Adams
winning the prizes. The Auditorium
orcbeetra- furnished-music. Light re
freshments were served;
Invitationa are out for the marriage
of Miss Mary Henggeler, daughter of
Mr. aad Mia. Joseph Henggeler northeast
of town, to Mr. Joseph W. Sebnmaeher
of Platte' Center, at' St, Bonaveatura
church, Columbus, next Tuesdsy morn
ing, September ,8, at '9 o'clock. The
wedding feast will be given by the bride's
parents after the ceremony.
Mia. George. Dowell and children
returned Thursday from Michigan where
they have been visiting a"good part of
the summer.' Mrs. Dowell says 'that
through Iowa maay flelda were covered
with water and in places only the tops of
fences were .visible. .Through, eastern
Iowa andTniinois great losses will beex-
perieaced from the heavy rains..
- James Pearsall has received word of
the sudden' death about two weeks ago
of Mr. D. R. Davis of Eau Claire, Wia,'
father-in-law ' of Earl PearaalL Mr.
Davis was about 50 years old. He was a
man of prominence in business and has
for many years bssn interested in ths
msaufsctaring of paper, ha being preai
deat of the Dells Paper ft Pulp Co. at
the time of his death. '
The ladies societies of the Congrega
tional, and. Methodist churches have
made arrangements i to secure Mm. Msbel
Conkliogof New York to.give a coarse
of lectures in the city the latter part of
tbemoath. ' She will give eleven lectures,'
all bearing on 'the question of social
purity. Mia. Conkling isa speaker of
high ataadihg and those who have heard
her speak in great praise of her.
The Oelumbus Land, Loan ft Baild
ing assodation has brought suit in dis
trict court agaiaat Emily A. MoFarlaad f
and. J. K. McFarland. The defendants
took eleven shares ih" series J of the
association and in December, 1901, re
ceived $1,100. For some time the regular
weekly dues have not been paid and the
association asks judgment under pro-;
visions made in. their constitution and
John Schmocker was in Kansas aad
Missouri returning home last week. He
remarks that he "thinks the natural
advantages should be better equalized
between Nebraska end aome parts of
ffsnnsff and Missouri. That we should
have some of their coal, gas and oil and
they might take part of our good soil on
top of theirs to make farming more
profitable. Corn in Nebraska is better
than in either of those states.
A cement croasiag has bean put. in
this week west of the Lindell hotel.
Columbus will soea have all the busi
ness portion of the city famished with
brick and 'cement walks and crossings
and is already classed with cities of the
state as having among the best walks,
and the council are using every effort to
have, all sections of the city provided
withbrick or cement' within a few years.
No other material will be allowed to be
A Platte county rural letter carriert
association was organized Sunday. The
meeting was held in 'the poeioffice and,
the following officers elected : President!
Hi B. Reed; t vice president, George
Alexander, of Monroe; secretary, Mra.
Ruth Keayon of Monroe; treasurer,
Harry Baardaley and chairman of execu
tive committee, W. B. Benson. Mrs.
Kenyon wis chosen the delegate 'to the
national convention which will' meet in
Chicago September' 15.
Invitations wilL.be issued tomorrow
for ths wadding of Miss Anna Lsara
Barna,?elde8t daughter of Mr. aad Mrs.
G. O. Bnrns to Prof. Alvin Erwin' Pool,'
the wedding to take plaos at the home of
the bjuieV parenta mi Thursday' after
noon, "September. at 2 o'clock. Both
yoangpeonle are well known here, Miss
Barns haviag lived in thia vicinity all
her Ule and Prof. Fool being ene of the.
Isasaag-' aaaafaisaa and instructors of
tbocity. ' " f -- - .
D.N. Jennings sad family were in
the rity ..Friday 'tost between trains
returaiag to thair home ia St. Edward
eight months' tear of the west-
After theroagUy iaspectiag
of coaatry -Mr." Jenaiags
returaa to his Nebraska poassssions con
vinced that : they ara'jast si good or a
littiebit better thaa anything he came
ia osataet with. while away. On their
rstarn they visited the famflyof J.A.
GriaW, who were orser residents bare,
now af Dearer.- Mr.- Grawa ia maasger
of the Macabee order than and is well
pleased with lis work. His soa Archie
ass graduated from the high school aad
basraeai college aad bow holds a lucra
tive poakksi with a' railroad compaav.
issc year roriae once or states
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are now in
Wwsrd and will visit here on tl
return .borne. .Mr. Jonnson is a
.-&. . .
J. u: Hssder gave a
kuchsoB Friday, ia boaor of
Miss Lacy Baywaod of liBooln.who left
Satarday for her home. The refresh
awats ware served in asvaa ooarsss, the
guests being seated at two tables.
Twsuty-three Udies. responded to the
invitation. After the luadespa a short
musical program was gtvaa by Miss Hsy.
wood, Mrs. Reader aad Mrs. Chamber
N. D.Wilson lost a horse last Friday
in a pscalur suaaer. Hie eoa. Veraer
was driving the team and when aearlthe
hospital oaa of the horses alipped aad
fell, pulliag the other dowa upaa it.
The heavy weight caused internal iaja-
ries and ;tha aaiaul died a few hours
later from a broken blood vessel. There
are a namberof --dsep ditches and cul
verts aroaad town that are exceedingly
dangerous to travelers, especially' on a
dark night, which need looking afisr by
the proper authorities. ,, o'
Mr. aad Mia. A. L. Koon retaraed
home Baturday from their saonthV trip
to the wesi They visited Salt Lake'
City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Port
land, 'Seattle and! other dtiesi. Their
two children, who, stayed with .their
grandparents in David City during their
abseaee, cam home Saturday also, aad
wereaccosspanisd by their grandmother,
Mrs. Garlow. Master Howard Koon "is
carrying one of hia araW in a sling as a
result of the fracture of it .about two
weeks ago. The member is. healing in
The State Federation of Women's
clubs which will convene at Fremont the
second week in October, will be honored
by. the presence of Mra. DeaieoB, the
president of the General Federation of
Women's clubs. Mrs. Denison is widely
known as a very capable and pleasing
woman, aad will address the Federation.
Miss Jane Adams, of Hull' House,
Chicago, will also address the ladies.
The prospects indicate a largely attended
and successful meeting, as a number of
distinguished guests from abroad will be
in attendance. -
John Kopp, living four miles east of
St. Edward, met with' an accident a. week
ago last Satarday which waa the causa'
of his death on .the .Tuesday evening
following., ' Mr. Kopp slid dowa the aide
af a hay stack directly on the tiaes of a
pitohfork which had beea placed against
the stack; TlMshsrppointo entered his
body, cutting through in a dreadful
saanner. The sufferer was brought to'
the Columbus hospital t where he died
Tuesday evening. The deceased leaves
a wife aad three youag children. .- The.
remaias were taken to St. Edward Wed
nesday, where faneral services were held
W. W. Maanington was ia town Sat-,
urday. He is one of the thrifty farssers
of the county who owns land in the
beautiful country-east ef Moaroe. He
says in the thirty years that he has lived
here he has never seen corn look finer
than it doss at thep'resent time,' and if
frost holds off .for two. weeks longer-we
will bavaa splendid crop. He says that
in many places small grain is growing ia 1
the stack and hay. is now left ia bad cea
ditioa from the heavy raise. Mr. aad
Mrs. Manningtoa aevur'misB attaadasg
the state- reunions of the G. A. R, and
wilt this week be in Hastings to enjoy
the companionship of the soldiers.
The committee of firemen for the
Firemen's celebration next Monday, nude
their final reports of the list of prizes
to be given for the races, Monday evea
ing. 'All prizes are now on exhibit ion in
the ahow window at Hulst ft Adama.'
Below we give the list, all of which have
bean donated by the merchants of the
city: Football, boys'. knivas,. gloves,,
pocket book, lamp, box of cigars, rock
ing chair, wire hammock, pipe, msa's
hat worth S3, picture, vases, boys' sweat
ersvone pair $3 shoes, one shirt, gents'
traveling set, bottle of perfume, box of
candy, epfa pillow, powder vase, mirror
an'd easel, half dozen silver tea spoons,
and' silver thimble. All of these are
well worth contest ing.for.
The G. A.B. post of Schuyler have
passed resolutions that' they would have
nothing more to do with public exercises
en Memorial day, on aocouatof thedese
cratioaa allowed oa that occasion. It is
a sad fact that Memorial day has become
a day for sports and for a general good
time by many people. The Schuyler
Sun remarks: "On the other.h'and, what
ia to be. gained by such action. People
play base ball and dance and other
things on Sundsy, bnt. do the churches
stop their services? Rather should the
opposite mske the 'old veterans more
sggioBsive-snd they- should sever give
up but go on' and see to it thst not a'
Memorial day passes without proper
--Oae'of the beet amusement enter
prises in America today is the Norris ft
Rowe's Big Shows which sre to give two
performances.,. September 4th. Promi
nent .among the many new and special
features are the performing baby ele
phants ia new acta aevar before assnia
thia country. Other novelties sre the
performing Siberiaa camels, the trained
llamas' ' and wonderful acrobats ahef
tumblers. The performing buffaloes and,
Prof.. Burnley's educated seals are ,aleo'
new, features. Roman races and Olym.
pian gamee and pastimes are new addi-f
tiaas to the interest iag eotertsicmeat.
A grand free street caraival and parade
will ha gives) at 11 a. at. oa the aserniaar
of the exhibition. '
The selectiom of winter wheat, asad
is of great importance to faraassain this
seetioB of the coaatry. Taepsrsoawao
year after year the asad which he
on his land without cultivating hia
grain for seed purposes will get an ittfe'
nor quality whichis full of foreign seeda,
aad which fails to test ap to the stand
ard by several pouads. We -live very
aaar the northern extremity of the
tarwfaeat belt and for that reason
hardly be expected to raise tae qaaatity
or qaality of wheat thst is produced
farther. south, ffsuaas is in the heart of
the wiater wheat district aad not being
at a great distsnee from here the freight
rates are not so mach as from the more
ssstern wiBter wbaat states. For tl
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tAe latest 'dictates'df'pH "tliste '" '"''
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suggestions on wliat to serve.vandi
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J C FILLMAN'S
J. R" Smith, oneof the old settlers
and enterprising farmers of the county,
died at hw home near Monroe Thursday
last, after an illness of nearly- a year:
From the' Monroe' Republican "we take
the following' facts 'in regard to hia his
tory: "Jamea It. SmithHwas born in
FermaugbV Ireland, October n, 1819.
He' wasr married to Martha1 AT Joue;
Jane"K, 1815; who died twenty years
ago. Ia'-1853he cam from Ireland to
New Yorhyfroai there-to Illinois and 'in
1890 to Platte oouaty where he has lived
erer'sinae en' the same old-homestead.
Mr. Smith' leaves four' eons -and three
daughters, Anna L Heary, William aad
Jassoaalii of Monroe, Jennie- Sehooo
mafcerof Beyaolaa,IlL,Hattie Dickson
of Bock Istsad and George of Fullerton.
Funeral services were held in the Epis-.
copal charch at Moaroe Saturday morn-'
ing, Bev.. Cash, of this city-, officiating,
after which the body was brought .to
Columbus for. burial in the cemetery
here, beside hiarrelativea." Many, neigh
bora of Mr. Smith drove down-with the
relatives arriving here about 2 o'clock.
Tbepall-bearera wereilugb Hill, Thoma
Hin,, John Potter, W W. Mannington,
John Kelley and John Dack. .
This week beginning with Tuesday
afternoon, and" continuing each day and
eveaiag to Tharsdsy evening, the Bap
tists will .hold their: annual Loop and
Elkbora valley assoeiatioa meeting. Oael
of the most interesting parte of the pro
gram will be the ordination of Bev. E. J.
Ulmer, the new pastor of the Columbus
church-. All the -meetings will be held
ia .the 4Baptist- churctu Thisiafternoon
the, council-. for ezasaination. of casdit
dates for ministry, was, held. This even
iag Hubert .Burrnas will give the address
of welcome and the principal speaker of
the evening, Bev. Bancroft, will deliver
the aanual sermon.. .Wednesday mprp
iag will be devoted, to, a buaineea session
and educational work, and in tbeafter
noon home and foreign missions, wjll be
from Cuba, and Bev. Arthur Carson,
lately"returned from Burmah, will be
amosg the interesting speakers. Wed
nesday evening Rev. E. J.' Ulmer and
IRev.'F. W. Benjamin will be the princi
pal speakers. Tharsday morning the
report 'of the atate convention and the
subject of home missions will be dis
cussed, snd the same afternoon the work
of1 Sunday schools in different phases
will be the subject. For Thursday even
ing, the program hss not as yet been
f ally arranged.
Fiae job work done at Tax Jonurax.
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Having .turiwl w (I. t. lit- .
fin afoclc of Dmir. Wall I'nirf-r.
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All prescriptions carefully
.compounded by an exj)er:
; fenced reI;tered pharmaeist'
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LOUI5 .SCHliEIB; Jr.,
DR J- E. PAUL,
JJwohnr block, corner 13th and Olive
tn-td. Colambut. Xebr.
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Office Telephone A 4.
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