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Consolidated with the Columbus Times April 1, 1904; with the Platte County Argus January 1, 1906.
VOLUME XXXVII. NUMBER 27.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKAWEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1906.
WHOLE NUMBER 1,818.
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are not always heeded when
When we tell you that a
hank draft is cheaper than a
money order, we believe that
you will he wise and save the
difference in cost when seeding
money by mail. Adraftisjnst
us safe and more convenient.
Columbus State Bank
Potatoes, new V ba 35
Butter y 1). 16 to 18
Eggs Vdocen. 17
For the lust four months the Nebras
ka Telephone company have been get
ting everything in readiness to install
the central energy system Tor Col urn
bo. In their new offices in the Phillip
Friedhof building the switch boards,
and other appliances are installed, and
there are 23 reels of cable in the yard
and more cable arriving every day, this
being received in car load lots. This
improvement means rebuilding the ex
change and when the work is complet
ed the exchange will all be new equip
ment. In this connection the company
will comply with an ordinance passed
some time ago giving them five years to
put their pcles in the alley, and thsy
will have this done two years before the
time required. Manager Holliday ex
pects to occupy the new offices within
two months, and w hen the transfer is
being made not one of the patrons will
inconvenienced in the least. A special
gang of thirty or forty will come out
from headquarters and rush the work
through in a few days.
The beautiful autumn days are here(
the sere and yellow leaf shows plenti
fully among the foliage that but a few
days since was so fresh and green. Oc
tober with its lovely summery days is
here, and frosty air and weather in the
evenings which set the blood tingling in
the veins. From various parts Colum-
husites arc flocking back to take their
places in their city homes, and to settle
down to their busy lives of Autumn and
winter, they come from the country
where they have luxurated in the open
air all day and perhaps all night long.
They come from mountains, from the
lakes, some return from European and
other foreign lands and all are glad to
get bock home, while all have enjoyed
the summer, ami the outdoor air and the
life of ease, yet all are glad to get back
to their winter life, to enjoy that which
the city has to give them and to take up
their usual avocations. The signs point
to a season of unusual attractivenes.
The new Union Pacific freight depot
will tie a reality in the near future. It
will be located between L and N streets
and will he 40x100 feet and the material
used will be brick. The nnloading plat
form will be 16x370 feet and located on
the last side of the depot. The brick
for the new depot was shipped from
Pueblo about ten days ago and as soon
as it arrives work will begin. The esti
mated cost of the building is in the
neighborhood of $9,000. The old depot
one of the old land marks along the
The Overland will be torn down and
the ground used for trackage. The lo
cation of the depot in the last end of
yards will necessitate considerate rear
rangement of the track in that locality.
We are glad to have a President in
-our midst, and are extending the glad
hand to him. We now have the head
quarters of the Bryan "Home Folks"
association, and those who went 1600
miles to greet Mr. Bryan, wont have to
do so again; All of the Home Folk
went down td Lincoln on Monday and
had a high old time that night at the
expense of Colonel, besides capturing
the highest office in' the H. ,F. A.; Al
low me to introduce to you Gentlemen,
Judge Edgar Howard, the President of
the "Home Folks" association.
For the past couple of weeks,' E. H.
Chambers has not been keeping house,
but has got his lunch sad dined wbere
ever he might be at the time, a kind of
natch as catch can, he don't have to do
it that way now, for Mrs. E. H. returned
from her two weeks visiting friends at
LiacolB, last Monday evening.
Try a Journal "want ad" if you hare
Myth to buy or seU.
. Dr. Paul, dentist.
Herrick f or faraitmre.
Herriok for baby go-carts.
Or. Mark T. MnMaaoa. dentist
Uasda's awrket for freak meats.
Dr. Valliar, Osteopath. Barber block.
Headquarters for stoves at Rothleit
ner's. ' Advertise in the Journal for quick
Oaaraateed watoh repairing by 11th
8t. Jeweler. tf '
Teader oats aad prompt delivery at
Dr. GL A. AUeabmrger, office iaaew
State Bank bailding.
WANTED: A load of wood for heat-'
ing stove. Call at Journal office.
For Sale! -One hundred tons ice.
Norfolk lee Co., Norfolk, Neb. It
Editor Mayfield of Spalding was a
Columbus visitor the first of the week.
Rock Springs slack for
threshing at P.D. Smith Co.
Doa't forget the handsome sowenir
offer to paid ia advance subscribers.
Wanted Girl for general housework,
no washing. E. B. Sherman, 1608 P.'st'
For Rent Good, dry storage
room. Enqnre at Joui nal office.
Bymn W. Way, Mandolin teacher.
Independent Phone 146. Columbus,
The Radiant Home base burner and
the Famous German Heater at Roth
leitner'a. . M. T. Garlow of Grand Island was the
guest of his brother, C. J. Garlow, over
A haadaome soaveair worth 59 cents
eat to all paid ia advance Journal
Attorney J. W. McClelland of Fulier
ton was in town Tuesday en route home
from Kansas City.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Studley and
daughter, Mm. Ryba, of Creston were in
Hon. John N. Weetberg of Omaha
was here Friday greeting old friends and
shaking honest mens hands.
WAT UP is used by all who desire a
fine quality of patent flour. The Co
lumbus roller mills makes it. -'
Look at these names The South Bend
Malleable, The Majestic, The Quick
Meal, The Monarch at Rotleitner's.
Remember all Journal subscribers
pvyiag oae year in s-nolPYfi 3
oeire a handsome soavernir worth 50
CRIB3FORSALE:-We have the
Omaha Elevator cribs for sale. Ia
first class conditioa. Newman &
Mrs. O. L. Baker has gone to Excel
sior Springs to spend a month with her
son Fred who is there on account of his
Now that the cold weather is coming
on it is time to have the broken window
lights replaced. Leave your orders with
Ecboh) & Dietrich. tf
Dr. E. H. Neuman was in Sherman
county from Saturday until Monday
looking after his real estate interests.
His wife accompanied him on the trip.
Our R. R. trains are loaded to the
guards these days with our citizens that
go to Omaha to see the King Ak-sar-ben,
and that accounts for their being so
J. S. Adams of Lakeside, Nebr.,
brother-in-law of F. H. Abbott, was in
Columbus Monday and Tuesday en
route to Genoa to visit friends and rela
tives. C. L. Stillman left for Omaha last
week after a short sojourn with Colum
bus friends. From Omaha he' went to
California for a pleasure trip before re
turning to his home in Lead, S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mc Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Manington, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Hill, & C. Terry and Hugh
Hill, all of Monroe, were in town Tues
day to attend the funeral of J. E. Hicks.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Terrell and son
Frank returned Monday from Sherman
county where they had been visiting
several days at McKinnie Rros. ranch.
Mr. Terrell owns a farm adjoining this
Miss Neimeier of Evansville, Ind., will
be at the Thurston hotel Wednesday
and Thursday, Oct. 3 and 4, with sam
ples of all the latest gowns. A cordial.
invitation is extended to the ladies to
call and inspect them.
Judge J. F. Boyd, the next congress
man from the Third district, was in
Columbus Monday and Tuesday. He
has many warm friends in Columbus
and Platte county who will see that he
receives a flattering vote at the coming
The case of J. S. Wells against O. L.
Baker and C. H. Sheldon in which Wells
seeks 'to regain possession of some real
estate transferred to these parties at the
time of the shooting of Mahaffey, was on
trial before Judge Reader last Saturday
and the attorneys will argue the case
The ladies of the Social Union of the
Presbyterian church were pretty well
patronized in their trip around the
world last Friday evening. It was a
grand affair aad our people that made
the trip of four miles were perfectly de
lighted, and the ladies netted for their
trouble over $108.
B. P. S. Barn
and Roof Paint
For moderate outlay, will
wonderfully improve the!
appearance of your Barns,
Brick and Iron Surfaces.
Protect from decay and in
crease their value.
Ask for color card.
Ghas: II. Dack
The following from the letter of ac
ceptance from W. F. Prowett should
insure to him the support of all honest
Platte county citizens:
" Fuli.ekton, Sept. 25, 1906.
R. O. Strother, Secretary Republican
Float Representative Convention for the
25th Representative District My Dear
Sir; In response to your letter notify
ing me of the action of the republican
convention held in your city on the 17th
inst., which nominated me as a candi
date for the legislature from the 25th
representative district, I wish to say
that I am profoundly thankful for the
honor thus conferred, and am in hearty
accord with the platform adopted by
the republican state convention on
August 22d last. I stand squarely upon
the republican stats platform and if
elected to the next legislature, I pledge
my best efforts to the enactment of a
stringent anti-pass law; a primary elec
tion law, providing for the nomination
of all state, county and district officers,
including congressmen and United
States senators, by direct vote, and a
state law along the lines of the law en
aeted by the last congress regulating
freight rates and transportation. In
fact, I heartily approve of every plank
in the platform. I too should be proud
of the opportunity to vote for the office
Si - United States senator, the Hon.
Norris Brown, who during his term of
office as attorney general, has so ably
stood for the interests of the people as
against the corporations.
W. V. Prowett.
Mrs. K. A. Kehoe was an Omaha
caller last week.
Mrs. Martin Dunn, who has been in
Illinois since May, returned home
Thursday morning. She was called
there by the serious illness of her mother
who is still in a very feeble condition.
Mr. John Mottler is erecting a barn on
his farm south of town.
Mrs. Mary Murphy and Miss Anna
Murphy were Columbus visitors Wed
nesday. Mr. Thomas Hoar,c and Mrs. Lena
Hoare visited in St. Edward last week.
Hon. A. C. Shallenberger addressed a
large audience at the hall Saturday
evening. After the speaking a dance
was given which was well attended.
Mrs. Dan Cronin returned Sunday
evening from Iowa where she has been
visiting for the past month.
Mrs. FJ3. Lecron and son Frederick
returned Monday evening from Omaha
where the latter has been taking treat
ment for an injury to the ankle bone
which he sustained last summer. The
child is reported as progressing nicely.
There will be a mass meeting of the
republican electors of Bismark township
on Saturday, October 13th, at school
house of district -13, between the hours
of 6 and 8 p. m., for the purpose of
placing in nomination the regular town
ship officers. Fred Cattau,
LOW PRICES ON LOW SHOES
All $3.50 low shoes now $3.00
All $2.50 low shoes now $2.00
All $2.00 low shoes now $1.75
All $1.75 low shoes now $1.50
These are all New, Snappy Late Styles.
We are also making a still
greater reduction on all
tan shoes and oxfords
Uiiam Pacific .Ik-far-Bea fascial
Arrangements have been made by the
Union Pacific to run 'special trains for
the accommodation ef Ak Sar-Bea visi
tors who wish to return from Omaha to
Columbus and points between, after
the grand electrical parade.
Columbus train will leave Omaha
Union Station, Wednesday, Oct. 3rd,
11.45 p. m.
The Union Pacific will sell tickets to
Omaha at $3.25 for the round trip.
Dates of sale October 2nd to 6th indue
ive, with return limit jto and including
October 8thv Inquire of
W. BLBbkhax, Agent
On and after Sunday, October 7, the
undersigned will close their meat mar
kets on Sunday.
S. E. Marty & Co.
M. C. Cassin.
W. 5.W. Wade, of Glen wood, Iowa,
arrived Wednesday aad is looking after
his farm property south of Columbus.
The Orpheus Society will give a dance
at their hall Thursday evening October
18tb. Tickets $1. Music by the Or
Write Vincent & Landon Resl Estate
Agents, Washington, Kan., for their re
vised list of Kansas;'' Neb., and western
lands. Get our list before you buy.
Rev. Ulmer will preach at the Baptist
Church next Sunday, subject of morn
ing service is "Your Place in the World"
evening service, "Elijah and Obidiah a
Miss Mary Meedel of the Gruetli
neighborhood northwest of Duncan,
was in Columbus last Saturday enroute
home from an extended visit in Wiscon
son. The democrats are planning for a big
time Saturday when W. J. Bryan and
A. C. Shallenberger will speak at the
North Opera house under the auspices
of the Platte county democracy.
Hon. George L. Sheldon, republican
candidate for governor, will speak in
Humphrey Thursday evening October
11th. Other state candidates will be
present and it is quite probable that
Senator Burkett will address the meet
ing. Mr. Daniel Metbeny was the cause of
that big smile on John H. Spanhacker's
countenance Monday. Mr. Spanhacker
had lost a porke'.pl-. containing $85.00
in the Saloon of Daniel Metheny and
was agreeably surprised when Mr.
Metheny found the money and returned
it to him.
The engines of the Union Pacifle- R.
R. could not take water here on Monday
on account of the standpipe being out of
fix. During the night before an engine
backed up to take water; knocked the wa
ter pipe into smithereens and the stand
pipe leaked out all the water that was in
it. It took some time to get it fixed bo
that water could be had from that stand
The remains of Mr. J. E. Hicks were
brought to Columbus for burial Monday
Mr. Hicks lived in this section of the
state for many years and waa a man
highly appreciated for his manly and
gentlemanly qualities. He was boin in
North Marysburg. wntario, Canada,
January 13th 1844 and died at the home
of his daughter Mrs. L. F. Miller at
Allenton, Pa. September 26th 1906. He
leaves living three children. H. C Hicks
of El Reno, Okla.; E. a Hicks, Ridge
town, Montana; and Mrs. L. F. Miller,
Allentown, Pa. Mr. Hicks was well
known among the educators of Nebraska
and Canada, he was a graduate at the
Albert University of Ontario, Canada
and also a graduate at the University of
Nebraska. He was 'Superintendent of
schools at Monroe, Rulo, Cedar Rapids,
and Albion for a number- of yean and
also taught school 17 years in Canada.
The last three years be hae been travel
ing on account of his health. He was
a member of the Episcopal church and
also a Mason. The funeral took place
on Tuesday afternoon at Grace church
of which faith the deceased had been
attached to all his life. The Rev. Dr.
Westcott Rector officiated. The hymns
were rendered by a quartet of members
of Grace Church.
Should wear glasses who don't
That's a safe statement to make.
Our experience has been that people
do not give the first signs of coming
eye troubles the prompt attention
They seem to put the matter off as
long as possible, and.it isnt the
right way to do, not by aay means.
We are always ready to attend to the
examination of your eyes, and as the
service is absolutely FREE, there can
be no real reason for delay.
Call any time that is convenient
Ed. J. Niewohner
Jeweler and Optician
Joe Zmeiner's have added another
girl to their group of olive branches.
Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson are arrang
ing to move to Shelby and their farm
will be occupied by Charles Redding.
Mrs. Minnie Powers Costello' of Wyo
ming is visiting her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Patrick Powers.
Mahlon Bonner is plowing for Mrs.
Brannigan this week.
Miss Lydia Howser will entertain at
her home Saturday evening, the occa
sion being her sixteenth birthday.
D. L. Rinesmitb, who has been ill
with typhoid fever for the last five
weeks, is still very sick; the, crisis of the
disease will come the latter part of this
week. His many friends hope for a
Miss Madge Moore visited the family
of Mr. Howser Monday evening.
J. T. Bonner made molasses for Aug.
Gadeke and John Hoadly last week.
Miles Enyeart and bride received a
vociferous welsome at their new home
ast Saturday night, by the tin pan
Mrs. Farrar is receiving a visit from
her daughter, Mrs. Pine.
Hugh Hill transacted business in Co
lumbus last Friday.
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Frank returned
Friday from Torrington, Wyo., where
they spent ten days visiting the doctor's
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days last week looking at his fine farm
northwest of town.
R 8. Dickinson of Columbus was np
looking after his alfalfa crop.
Mrs. Wm. Webster received a message
on Monday announcing the death cf her
brother on Sunday evening at Bennett
Nebr., but owing to the illness of her
daughter she was unable to attend the
Mrs. J. M. Gillespie and son Walter
returned from a visit with friends in
Scotia on Saturday.
John Newton of Primrose was in town
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boyer of Sharps
burg, Iowa are guests of their daughter
Mrs. R. J. Coulter.
Fire at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon
destroyed the Kelley-Potter, Mercantile
Go's ice house, a coal house for Frank
Kelley, and a barn for Frank Newton.
r The farmers will soon commence to
Grandpa FittU was surprised by his
friends and neighbors last Saturday
afternoon the occasion being Mr. Fittji
78 birthday anniversary. A good time
was had by all present.
The Oaten Bros, threshed for Eilerst
Otto Loseke was in this vicinity Sun
day. Miss Tonie Meier took suddenly sick
George Mohlman visited at Carl
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Oaten visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Gottfried Marty near
Mrs.SamGertschis on the sick list
with a bad cold.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Brandt and
daughter Irene visited Jfrs. Brandt's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Osten, Sunday.
Farms far Sale.
Imoroved farms for sale, Platte and
Boone counties. First National Bank.
FARM FOR SALE: Boone county,
Msb,. l0 sores 4 miles from Loretto,
10 miles from Albion, 10 miles from
Spaahliag, osB. F. D. aad phone
All mod soiL 135 acres ia cai-
tivatum, 5 acres ash timber.
Pries low aad
imal Maaood. Oolambms.
Dr. Neumann, Deatkt 13 St.
Oaaata solicits yoar meat trade.
Dr. W. EL Slater, veterinarian, phoae
The Joaraal wants all the news.
Phoae or write it in."
Iaqaire of Herriok.
Dr. Campbell, Dentist.
Joaraal ads ariag rssalts.
Kodaks aad sapplies at Newoaaer's.
Dr. D. T. Martya, jr., ofaos asw
Oelamhas Stat Bank bailding.
A handsome soaveair worth 60 cants
seat to all paid in advaaoe Joaraal
For high prices, light shrink and
quick returns ship your stock to George
Burke Co. South Omaha, Neb.
The Orpheus society will give a dance
at their hall Thursday evening October
IS. Tickets f 1. Music by the Orpheus
Stockmen wanting feeders should
correspond with George Burk Co. South
Omaha before buying. They make a
specialty of buying them.
Every teacher and professional man
should have an encyclopedia. The best
is the only kind worth having. The
New International is the best. If yon
have $5 you can get a set. For particu
lars inquire at the Journal effice.
WANTED: 500 tons old scrap iron
to be delivered fh Columbus two blocks
west of the -Park on 13th St. Scrap
iron, $7.00 per ton; stove iron, $4.00 per
too, copper at lOcperlb; rubber shoes
boqts 5c per lb. Cash on delivery.
Sam Kavich. 4t
Mrs. O. C. Shannon and daughter
Helen returned Sunday from an extend
ed visit st the home of W. B. Kenney of
Canon City, Colo. Miss Helen is recov
ering from a few weeks' siege of typhoid
and will soon regain her usual health.
A soar stomach, a bad breath, a
pasty complexion aad other coase
qasaoes of a disordered digestion are
qaickly removed by the use of Rin'gs
Dyspepsia Tablets. Two days treat
ment free. Sold by 20th Century
Drag Store, Patte Center, Neb.
Bee's Laxative Hoaey and Tar the
original laxative ooagh syrup acts as
a cathartio on the bowels. It is made
from the tar gathered from the pine
trees of our own country, therefore is
the best for children. It is good for
ooaghs, colds, croup, whooping cough,
etc Try our free offer. Sold by 20th
Oehr&ry- Drug Store. Platte .Center,
Wm. Swartsley is suffering from a
very severe attack of horeenese caused
from his being around a threshing ma
chine. C.Peter Schmidt, the jolley good miller
of this route, has returned from St
Miss Vera Bonk was visiting at the
county's capital Tuesday.
Chas. Brunken has been feeling some
what indisposed for the past week.
Geo. Hagemann is convalescent.
D. Beblen is arranging to put up 100
barrels of winter apples.
MissMsry Newman attended devine
services in Columbus Sunday.
, Ferdinand Seefeld, who was quite
badly hurt last week by falling on the
sharp edge of the scraper is getting
Fam Far Sale
Would like to sell my 80 acres one
mile east of town. Good improvements.
Prices andgterms reasonable.
R.- S. Dickinson.
Ts Organize Commercial Club.
A meeting of men of Columbus and
surrounding territory' will be held at
the council chamber in this city on
Tuesday nighi, October 10, for the pur
pose of organizing a Commercial club.
Farmers in the territory tributary to
Columbus as well as business men are
requested to take note of the date.
Come out and push for Columbus.
The republican electors of supervisors
districts 6 and 7 are hereby requested
to meet in mass convention in the
city council chamber at Columbus,
Nebraska, on Monday October 1st, 1906
at 2 o'oclock p. m., for the purpose of
placing in nomination one candidate
for said districts, and for the transac
tion of any other business which may
properly come before the convention.
By order of the committee.
Clinton C. Gray, Chairman.
Vstiee For Publication.
Lawl office at Lincoln. Neb., August 22, 1906.
w; ' hnrebr siren that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
n.k. final nmnf in saDDort of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before C. M. Grupn-
ther. Clerk of District Court, at Columbus. Neb.
on Oct. 6. 1908. tiz: Alria Boss. H. E. No. 17288
for the seJ4 8ec. 26. T. 17 n. R. 3 w. 6 p. m.
He names the following witnesses to prbTe bis
rnntinnona residence UDon and cultivation of
said land viz: Fred Meedle, of Duncan, Neb.;
Chris Boss, of Duncan, Neb.; t rank Uickerson,
of Duncan. Neb.; Frank Boss, of Duncan, Neb.
Any person who desires to protest against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of any
ntwan;1 muon. under the law and the racala-
tioBS of the Interior Department, why ench proof
should sot be allowed, will b given an oppor
taaity at the above mentioned time aad place to
cross-examiaetbe witnesses of said claimant,
aad to offer evidence in rebuttal of that sab-
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A GOOD FOUNDATION
is business requires some cash aad the
prudent expenditure of time aad talsat.
You add more moaey to what yen have
through good banking ooaaeetioae. Ac
commodations are reqaired aad we graat
them. Advice ia necessary aad ws give
it. For getting on in the world ear bank
is a great help. Well like yoar aceenat.
Give it to us.v
The First NatkHtal Bank
On account of his business mteresta
Hugh Hughes has declined to aesept the
republican nomination for senator from
the Twelfth district aad has notilsd the
committee. Mr. Hughe declined the
nomination at the time of the conven
tion, but his frieBds had hoped ha would
reconsiders The committee expects to
till the vacancy soon and among those
mentioned as probable candidates are
Judge T. H. Saunders of this city, and
it is quite probable that his name will
be placed on the ticket.
Tuesday morning word was receiv.d
by relatives of the death of C. D. Jen
kins of Norfolk. Mr. Jenkins wss n
brother of the late E. H. Jenkins of ttis
city and was well known here. He o a
dueled a department store at Norfolk
until about a year ago, when he sold cut
his interest and moved on his farm near
Madison. Mrs. E. H. Jenkins and son
Lee left Tuesday evening for Madisoa
to attend the funeral, which will ba
held Thursday. Mr. Jenkins' age was
We are glad that the Mayor and City
Council have passed an ordinance for
bidden spitting on the sidewalks sad
crossings, where decent people have to
go, and now if they will go one better
and stop the ridding of byciclas on the
walks, especially when they sound no
whistle or bell, to warn pedistrains that
they are coming. What say yon Mr.
Mayor and Councilman? We doa't like
to kick, neither do we want to be seat
head over heels on the walks.
It takes time ana money to notice nil
those who are absent from here attend
ing the Akrsar-ben festivities at Omaha,
but it is very safe to say that more have
gone from here to Omaha this week
than ever before, they will paiat the
town red like crimson, aad that the
Union Pacific will send outatraiaoa.
Thursday night for Columbus .that will
uot arrive here until the we sma-hours,
for it leaves there about low twelve.
Services in Grace church on Sunday
next will be as follows: Holy commun
ion 8 a. m.; morning prayer aad bene
diction of the new choir stalk 11 a. m.;
evening prayer and sermon 730 p. m.
Special sermons will be preached by Dr.
Westcott as follows: Morning, wRsasoas
why we should present this church to
the American people; evening, "Con
firmation what it means and what it is."
John Janing, whom we had hereto
fore mentioned as having gone to near
Osceola and also his fattier and mother
to- see their daughter, Mrs. Hermann,
who is very ill, came back on Friday for
a trained nurse who had come from the
Methodist hospital at Omaha. The
trains run so irregular on that road to
Osceola that the lady came this way
and John accompanied' her to that place.
N. D. Wilson of the SE Comer of 17th
and Spiece street, when you meet him
these days, extends the hand nearest the
heart every time he has to for the rea
son that he is comforted as Job was
He has a big boil on the back of
his right hand and carries it done up ia
The Gruetli-Duncan Telephone com
pany completed their line this week sad
are now connected with the Columbus
exchange. There are twenty-seven sub
scribers on these lines. They are a sub
license company of the Nebraska Tele
Did you ever think of it that out o
$363,699.33 of the state money deposited
throughout the state in the beaks, that
there is not a blessed dollar of it depos
ited in a single bank in Platte or Polk
counties, there used to be, but not now
A special meeting of Lebanoa .Lodge
No. 58 A. F. & A. M. will be held at
their ball on Friday evening of this
week for the purpose of conferring the
E. A. Degree. Let there be n grand
rally of the good brethren.
Postmaster Carl Kramer failed to get
through at Lincoln, among the fallows
that handle the U. S. Mail. He came
home on Tuesday evening aad if yoa
want to know about the time of bis life,
just ask Kramer.
In order to properly take care of ia-
creased business ia that line the TJaioa
Pacific will add forty feet to the present
ice bouse. This will materially lasts saa
their icing capacity at this estat
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