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Consolidated with the Columbus Times April 1, 1904;. with the Platte County Argus January 1, 1808.
VOLUME XXXVII. NUMBER 47.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1907.
WHOLE NUMBER 1.841.
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Dr. J. W. Term
BestEfjiinei Optical Offiev
lm The West
in the front rooms over Pollock
& Co. 's Drug Store. Will be in
Columbus offices Sunday, on
day, Tuesday and Wednesday of
each week. Spectacles and eye
glasses scientifically fitted aad
repaired. Eye Glasees adjusted
to any nose.
Qm fears a,a.
Files of the Journal, March 5, 1873.
We are sorry to learn that Dr. Mills,
who was seriously injured aboat two
weeks ago by a fall of his horse through
the Loup Fork bridge, has not recovered
from his injuries, and probably never
will. If he eomes upon the county for
daiaages (and we do not see that he
ought, in justice to his family, to do
otherwise,) it will be bnt one of r, series
of lessons that the taxpayers will leara
until a permanent bridge spaas the
Mr. Wm. Johnson, one of the boys who
followed the rebels for forty mouths dar
ing the "late unpleasantness," has car
ried a miunie ball in his thigh ever since
the .V of May, 1863, at the battle of
ChsiicslIo3villet until the 24th alt
when he succeeded, with the aid of a
darning iieedle, in bringing the fsarfal
looking missle to the surface. The bal
let looks as if it had been ribbed against
the surface of the bone until it had been
worn about half throagh.
A friend save us on Monday an acoomat
of an exhibition at the Union aohool
house at Wattsvills one night last
The children of three districts
present, District No. 27, Early's aad
Watts', with the teachers, Dana Magooa,
Chas. Magooa and Aaaa-Magooa. The
oxercises consisted of recitations, songs,
tableaux, etc, and the children, both old
andyoung acted their parts with credit.
All the performances were good, bat the
speeches of the little girls, the tableaux
of the doctor's visit, the Wm. Tell scene,
the song of Miss Adda Thurston inquir
ing "What can the matter be that oar
parents do not visit the schools;-' the
recitation of Master Jones, "The Battle
Cry of Freedom,'' and the tabtoam of
Capt. Smith deserve special mention.
The school house was crowded, and
everybody was surprised thst there
so many people in the neighborhood.
Good morning Miss Bobbin.
Otto Roen was down from Humphrey
to spend Sunday at home.
Miss Mary Ray of Msdisonisvisitiag
at the home of her brother, Joe Bay.
Exaarfae oar stock of isk
aad cheese flaring leat. Gray's.
Dan Bray and G. A. Schroeder
at Kansas City, Ma, where they took
part in a big shoot.
Supt. E. B. Sherman left for Chicago
last Saturday to attend the national
meeting of superintendents in that city.
F. E. Strother has purchssed the
Jiillman residence property and will
occupy it as soon as it is vacated by H.
Friday is the first dsy of March aad
within two weeks from that time it
ought to be bet-inning to feel like good
old spring time.
Mrs. A. M. Mshsffey living north of
the city is very low with the grippe and
which threatens to terminate in a bad
case of pneumonia.
Theodore Friedhof and G. B. Speioe
left for New York City last Sstardsy at
the request of Mr. Baboock, on business
connected with the power canal.
TLe Ladies' Aid society of the Presby
terian church will hold a rumage sale ia
the Morriseey building on Eleventh
street Friday and Saturday, March 1 and
The city council at Fullerton is follow
ing theexample set by oar city oMcials
end last week passed an ordinance
against the bad habit of spitting on the
A little girl attending country school
in an adjoining county wee asked to
write a sentence containing the words
"bitterend," and, after some effort pro
duced the following: "Oar neighbor's
dog chased my kitty, and as she ran un
der the porch and he bit her end."
SupericVsadent Leavy retaraedlest
Saturday evening; from a week of visit
ing the schools in the northwest pert of
the county. He reports all the
are getting along nicely, aad bat
district without a teacher, the
school boaee north of Moaroe, the va
cancy betag caused by the resignation
cf the teacher.
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Dr. Mark T.
Oaeata's ssarksi far
Edmoa talking msoriises aad records.
Dr. a A
risgs aad high class jewelry
atOadFrossela, Eleventh attest.
Choice me grewn Alfalfa.
Yea can't f4 hotter seed.
Baptist church. Marsh 8, subjects for
ssrssoaa: "Of 8achistheKiagdoat,',snd
-The Truth aboat Faith.''
Wanted young lady with
ieace to clerk in general etere.
Thoroaghbred Hereford ball for sale
or trade, also two high grade Herefords
for safe or trade. H. L. Smith, Monroe,
M. O.Smith aad Warn, Templia of
northwest of Monroe were trsasactiag
in Columbus the first of the
Will Mardoek arrived from Galiforaia
Friday last for a short visit with his
mother. He will start west again ia a
Father lesra your children to get the
habit. Start them witha
book in the Equitable BufldingToeaaadi
Night Policeman Nelson, and hie
brother Joha Nelson, were called to
EddyviUe, Nebr last Wednesday by
the serines illness of their mother.
There is as aiack wiffereaee
ia tke oaality ef eraages as
aaales. Askfertke Piae Cent
Braai ef Orsages. Gray's.
Doatyou want to buy orbafld ahossef
The Equitable Building, Loan and
Ssviag Ass'n, will help you, and furnish
yoa the money on a moments notice.
MissGerhold will go oat sewing by
the day, neiagtheW. A. WorktoQor
Will tad her at Mm Thomas
Nebraska phone No. 118.
Mies Helen Bhaanoa returned Saaday
from aa extended visit with her sister,
Mrs. W. B. Keaney, at Canon Qty, Colo.
Miss Shannon wiU go to Monroe March
1, where she will be employed fat the
Mre.W. J.Laaaderwest totheCol
umbns hospital Monday aatf iseapeeting
to andergo an operatioa today. Her
hasband, F. E. Lay ton, her brother, and
Mies Dickie Graves, her sister, went to
Colambas yesterday ia order to be with
bet Silver Creek Seed.
The Genoa Times observes that Albion
has aa nndertakerv named Heree, Fella
City a milkman named Waterman, Best
rice a doctor aamed Killam, Grand
roa a coal dealer aamed Skinner, and
Kearney a politician named Graft, aad
we might add that Columbue has a Wolf
for a aulkmaa.
On aceoaat of the heavy basineai oa
the main liae the Union Pacifio areae
iag eix new freight ensines'beloBging to
Saa Pedro aad Salt Lake roads are being
need between Omasa aad Grand Island.
Two erews now make their headquarters
iathis city, so that whea a crew is
obligfaedto tie ap for rest oaeof the
extra erewa takes the train to its de-
A verdict for $5,009 was given Mms
Emeline Lawrence of Monroe in her
damage suit against the Mbnroe Inde
pendent Telephone company. The oase
has beea on trial for over a week, aad a
Urge number of witnesses end stock
holders of the company have been pres
ent. The telephone company is a mataal
one and the stockholders aamber over
seven handled, in Platte, Naace, Boone
aad Madison counties. The company
will appeal the ease to the supreme court.
The thirty-third annual mask ball
given by Pioneer Hook end Ladder
Company No. 1 ia theOrpheue hall last
Friday evening was n big success. A
large crowd was in attendance and the
fire boys made it their especial daty to
eee it that all enjoyed themselves. A
jolly crowd of maskers had the mono
poly of the floor uatill aboat 11 o'clock,
when all anmasked and all ee joyed the
dancing until the finish of the program.
Two prises were offered for the most
attractive oostama, the ladies prise, a
$5 silk amhrella bsiag woa by Mrs.
Mary Beaaiaghovea, and the gents'
prizt, a $5, Stetson hat, going to Charlie
Becker. The Hookies cleared over S100
this year, which is qaite eatisfsetory.
There appears to be some likehood of
tlie organisation of a etate baseball aa
soeiatioa tohave much of the character
of a league. The Fremont Tribune
Tee ssanagemeat of the local
have taken up with
Circuit Manager Walter Beell theqaes
tioa of an satiation of the teases of
Grand Island, Beatrice and
with a view to protecting
byorgaaisatioa. Under the
ntonosad plan.it wfll be poesible for the
city tohave all the arotectioa offered by
aetata league." Now if Columbus will
come out other dream aad join
with FTemont aad the ether met
baas ball played
right. Talk it un.
Play hall aad give as seeseemueemeat in
ti . .
,t to Chicago list
The big railroad wreck sale now on
The Grand Leader 11th at.
The Large platform at the Union
Paoifie freight depot is being beilt.
See large handbills for the B. &
wreck sale this week. The Grand
Leeder llthst. .
The Beaaett cosspany have closed
their piaaostore at this place and
shipped the rssssiaiag pianos to Fre
mont. ' Newisthetisaete he thiak
iag abeat gariea ieli aad Hew
er seeis. We haye thea.
Ed Christ eases of Fallertoa speat
several daya this week u Colambas,
He was called here throagh 'the serious
illness of afrjeadatthe hospital.
the Albion Ne
our desk lined an in a
The paper was neatly printed, looked
tight ap to date aad Editor Ladd has
every reason ia the land to he proad of
the way his paper appeared ia its new
During the last week Judge Batter-
issued the following- asarriage
OsterJ. Drongeasen, Aaaa
; Ernest Schweizer,
Mary EraefcDaacea. The week previ
ons was duUiatsMBsatrissoaialmsrket,
not even onelicense being issued.
Grace church 8unday March 3d. Ser
vices holy commaaioB 8 a. as, Choral
celebration aad sermon 11 a.m. Offer
tory duet, Mrs. Chambers and Mrs.
Evans. The secrsment of holy baptism
will also be admiaisteredat this aerviee.
Uundsy sooool snd Bible class 10a.m.
Evening eongand asrssoa 7-80, with the
story of the eross. The offering at the
moraiag aerviee will be for the rectoral
fund. ArtharJ.Westcott,Ph.D. rector.
Aa iaterestiag bowling asatch took
piece at the Hagel alleys Saturday
lastbetweea a team made apof residents
of Oolambaa aad farmer boys living
near the city. The farmer boyw
represented by Dodds,
tag a total of 2Sr7piaa for the three
games. The Columbus teem consisted
ef the following: Sawyer, Way, Drake.
KsTanaugh aad Williams, securing a
total of SSltaiaa. Another match by
the same parties will take place at the
name place next 8atarday evening
G. A. Borg, one of the early settlers
of the Looking Glass, paesed away Tues
day afteraooa, aged 6S years. Mr. Borg
has rjeeas sufferer from asthma for the
peat thirty years, and has been ia very
poor health for the past few years. De
ceased was born ia Swedea and came to
America ia 1869, locating in Illinois.
where he lived aatfl 1887, whea he mov
ed to Nebraska, locating on the Looking
Glass. He leaves to mourn his death, a
wife, three eons and three daughters.
Funeral services were held yesterday at
the Sweedish Methodist church, aad was
atteaded by a large coaeoarse of sympa
thizing relatives aad friends. Lindsay
Mia. Mary Plate has sold her brewery
out north of theeity a couple miles snd
the lead oa which it is located, as well
es the saloon property here ia Schuyler.
The coneideration is $18,600. This
will mesa that the property will not
stand idle as it has been the pest year,
sines George Bamboar left the brewery
and went to Colambas. In regard to
the mstterthe Fremont Tribune eays
this which will be of special interest to
onrpeople:"J. W.Lynn, of Pottewatta
mine county, Iowa, may start an alehol
factory at Schuyler, Nebraska. Mr.
Lynn, who was in Fressoat between
trains yesterday afternoon to close up a
business deal, has just bought the old
brewery at Schuyler, He has made
other investments also at the place,
having takes in a aalooa property and a
farm north of town on the deaL The
brewery at Schuyler has been closed
for several years aad the bsilding and
macsiaerr have been steading idle.
r. Lynn, accompanied by J.F. Boyd,
want from here to Schuyler." Schuyler
Dr. D. T.
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MENS HIGH CUT SHOES
Better Than Ever
Men's 16 inch, Black Elks kin, double Viscol-
ized welt soles $6.00
Men's 16 inch Bark Tan Elkskiii double Vis-
colixed welt soles ....$6.00
Men's 16 inch, Black calf skin, double Vis-
colized welt soles $5.50
Men's 16 inch, Tan calf skin double, Viscol-
ixedwelt soles $5.50
Men's 12 inch Black calf 1-2 double welt
These are a few styles only of Complete line of high
cut waterproof shoes for hunters or anyone where a
high boot is required.
We eend them to your home to
tell yoa aboat oar goods, aad
how we can be helpful to you.
For instance -Tour kitchen
dock stops suddenly some
night, without the least warn
ing. Ton osat coax it to go.
It'a on strike.
Now, it is plain that there sre
only two things to be done lay
the old clock aside for good snd
all, or let ne fix it for you.
Of course, in earns cases a new
clock is preferable but the
right thing to-do would be to
let our repair -department de
cide what ia hest to be done.
We mean the heat from, your
way of looking at it.
More than likely a cleaning, a
renewal of a worn part, and a
little general adjusting would
put new life iato the old time
piece. Bring lfrto uc
While oat hunting last Friday evening
Wlavyalaw Korhanek, a 17-year-old
Polish boy, who has been working for
John Toecek, northeast of Monroe, acci
dentally shot himself in the ankle, the
charge badly shattoriag the bone. Dr.
Pugh was called and' after the wound
was dressed he was brought to the hos
pital Monday on the noon train, bnt died
before an operation could be performed.
At the time of the accident the boy was
a half mile from theheuee,and was com
pelled to crawl that distance before
oould be had. The funeral
held from tbeCstbolicchnjoa Tues
day morning, and the burial was in the
Catholic cemetery. - '
A jug of "white line-- belonging to
one Frank Chlopka, aad a young fellow
from Colambas assde things lively ia
town one day last weak. Mr. Chlopka
had purchased tkjjai js of prsvenUtive
forhieownuee but came near loosing
it before he started home. It happened
this way. Mr. Chlopka went to n cer
tain business piece here and bought aad
paid for one gallon of alcohol after which
he visited a saloon oa Eleventh street.
There he set the precious bundle on the
floor while he spent a few momenta
chatting with friends. When ready for
home he discovered hie jug missing
The party appropriating the jag was. a
abort time later, located on Thirteenth
stresMnd after some "doings'' the liquid
fluid was rescued and returned to the
owner. After gaining poeseesion of
what he had paid his hard cash for.
Mr. Chlopka went home rejoicing and
that was all that could be learned of
the day-light theft,
The Central City Becord has the fol
lowing to nay regarding two of our citi
zens who attended the banquet of the
Commercial club of that place last week:
"Mr. Carl Kramer, postmaster of Colum
bus, responded to "Where the Commer
cial Club Comes Ib." He contrasted the
man belonging to the ordinary pleasure
club with the business man belonging to
the commercial club. Bemsrked on the
clubs generally working for good roads,
and said that, while the commercial
club was in no sense a political body it
did haveaa interest in good government
aad therefore ebould make it its duty to
see that good men were put into office.
Mr. Kramer's talk, while at times quite
humorous, abounded with good, common
sense ideas. M. D. Karr.of Columbus,
took Mr. Ware's tout, ' Hsrvesting the
Produce.'' Mr. Karr made a very neat
little talk, thanking the club for its in
vitation and complimenting the ladies
highly on the repast served. The humor
which enlivened his . remarks seemed
quite spontaneous, and made his talk
Tea, she's snice girl all right, but she
works for slivisg. There are two other
girls who work for a liviag, too, bat
they are not "kitchen mechanics."
They can sew or keep books, work la a
store or ran a typewriter at wages that
our "hired girl" would tarn ap her nose
at, bat "BssBiBty" admits them, in fact,
chases after them and the bora with the
high collars, hair parted in the middle
and pimples on their cheeks just go
wild over them. Those same boys will
need a good economical housekeeper,
jest like oar "kitchen mechanic" when
they get married or else their dinky
little salsry will look like twenty cents
less thsn "f oar bits" at the end of the
month, and the dishes wont be washed
nor Milady's hair oombed either. Both
eration to the -'hired, girls" anyway!
They are always batting in on "oar set''
aad oooasioeslly they take one of "oar
boys'' off on a wild gooes chase and
msrryhimsnd make him a eplended
wife aad he grows fat and healthy look
ing aad his digestion worics well aad he
is always telling the other fellow what a
awell housekeeper he's got. But this is
only once in a while. Most of the time
the pesky "kitchen mechanic" is relegat
ed to the rear, If her pretty head ever
happens to'bob np in what some apes
choose to call "eassiety it is sare to be
promptly knocked by the ever ready
hammer of some hear who has waited so
long for something, anything, to ask her
to change her name. And then, some
times, the "hired girl" gets married, aad
when she gets a hired girl she lords it
overherlikeaburly rooster over n skk
deckling. She woald through up her
heads and faint promptly at the thought
of "her" even thinking of trying to butt
into the "ssssssty-' from which she her
self was once tabooed. That is, some
times she does such things, bat not
always. This is shell of a world in
some ways, anyhow. Ex.
Messrs. B. C. Asdersoa and E. M.
Vsught of Genoa were in the city Mon
day in response to a request4 from the
committee appointed by the'Commerclal
club, consisting of R & Dickinson, M.
D. Karr, G. W. Phillips aad H. A. Clarke,
to submit a proposition forriprapingthe
Loap river at. the point where it threat
ens te oat a new ehaanel into Bsraam
creek. Messrs. Anderson, Vsught, Clarke
aad Phillips speat most of the afternoon
looking aver the, situation, and it waa
evident that something must noon be
done tayhsnge the ehaanel or mueh dsm
agewffl asalt from the next high water.
The poiat where danger threatens is at
the bead of Barnum creek between the
Bamum aad Liaeo farms, which has
been cutting for some time. In order to
change this channel it will require about
800 fast of riprap, or a wing dsm. This
will tare the river north ol the small
huand in the original ohsnneL Messrs.
Anderson aad Vaught have had consid
erable experience in handling this riprsp
work; as both own farms on the basks of
the Loup that would have been washed
away had it not been for their efforte in
this line, as since they pat in the work
three years sgo it has stopped catting in
one of the worst bends of the river.
After a long illness. Mrs. JuliaHeintx,
wife of Dr. A. Heintz, died at her home,
Tenth aad Murray streets, lsst Than
day afternoon. Mrs. Heintz was the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Schaad, old settlers in the Shaad creek
neighborhood. She leaves, besides her
husband and an adopted' son, Alvin,
three brothers and one sister Hugo
Schaad and Mrs. Max Gottberg of this
county and Frank and Edward Schaad
who are now in California. Mrs. Heintz
was a native of Switzerland, being born
there March 14, 1851, and was married to
Dr. Heintz twenty-six years sgo. The
funeral was held from the home Sunday
afternoon, being in chsrge of Bev. Neu
marker, assisted by Bev. Grsuenhorst,
the music being rendered by a quartet
from the musical department of the
Columbus Woman's club, of which the
deceased was a prominent member, and
a quartet of the Columbue Maennerchor
sang a selection st the grave. Interment
was msde in the Columbus cemetery.
The work of connecting np the cables
of the Nebraska Telephone company is
completed, snd the gang of men who
have been here for several weeks have
left for Omahs. For a while patrons of
the company will have two telephones,
oae for the new system and one for the
old. Instsllers are now busy putting in
the new instruments, and within the
next few weeks they will all be pieced.
On the party lines two instrumente will
not be need, a device celled a condenser
being used so the instrument will work
on jither system. When the change is
made the wings on the new board will
be removed snd the new system will be
installed. The stste chief operator is
here instructing ths operators on the
new bosrd, so thsy will be sble to hsn
dle it satisfactorily. The company has
expended a lsrge amount of money in
Colambas chsnging the system end mrk-
ing it one of the best equipped exchan
ges in the etate.
$5,000 worth of Dry Goods, Messed
boys clothing and shoes in the R. B,
wreck sale now on. The Grand Leader
-Tea cam hay ef as fresh halk
gariea seeis ia qaaatities treat
Ton buy a wool dress aad we give
yon one free this week. The Grand
Baraey McTaggert met
afrieadly boat. Two
MeTaggart sold oat his ofceyhag
the healing of
Aad as No. 8
went after the
before they leaded the fellow both men.
would not look well in print, After the
traia pulled out they sgaiareeswed their
grievances hi the hagaags room ef the
depot aad went so far ac to exesssage
blows. Tom received a blowoa the left
cheek aadia return destroyed a good
lantern over the heed of his brother.
TomMcTagfactasidto the Joarael jest
before going to areas that he would
erresthis brother oa the charge ef as
of the North
bouse offers to the public arare treat by
preeeatiag for three nights esmmsecieg
Thursday, Febreary S3, the Perry OdeU
aad Dee Company of nomedisns, ia
Vsuderille acts, comedy sketches,
iag pictures aad illustrated song. It
Botofteathat performers of saeh i
Myrtle aad Late Davis fat eoseedy
sketches, Joha MeKeaaa Moeoioquiet,
Frits Myers Gerseaa cossedisa, Joha
Corliss expert moving pietare artist,
HaL Bickett imperseaator, and Baby
Bonnie Deo, the child comedh
seldom seen oat aide of the ennre
The cities where they have played
season have maoh praise for their high
ebes, refined psrforsaoss, mskiagaa ea
tire change of programs eeoh eight aad
the exceptionally low admission of lOo-SOs-Mosate
in sure to eeeure them a
good attendance each eight.
It is our desire that every oae who hi
any msnaer contributed to the eomfort
of oar dear wife aad mother duriagher
illness,or who aided as by word or sheer
orbydeedofkisdness, shell know that
we fed under batting obUgatioaa, and so
we make thie pablic snsoasesmeatef
lento It. 3.
Tha aaaaal moviag of
Mia. A. M Mshsffey is reported teas
Miss N. Rose
dsy vkatiag her ssother.
Ferdinand 8esfeld attended the lodge
of the Boas of Herman ia Columbue
Guetava Brunken was aesietiag bis
uncle Dick in the art of butchering last
Thuradsy aad Friday.
The roads were literally liaed with
cattle, hogs aad grata on the way to
market the first of this week,
Ed Boa aad Johnnie Bonk are arrang
ing for a lag boat ap the Loup river
aear Dancaa the last of this week.
Johnnie Goedekea, aged aboat 15
yeers, sob of J. F. Goedekea, is layiag
very low at thie writiag with long fever.
Mrs. E. R. Bissoa waa tekea to the
hospital ia Oolambaa lsst Tharadsy to
receive treatment for an afiueted lower
H. J. Newman, jr., aad bride came in
Saturday moraiag and are sp'eadiag a
few daya with the groom'e pareata, pre
paratory to moviag oa their farm east of
Quite anamber of yoaag folks from off
this route atteaded the basket aerial at
Mies Grace Beeeon's school last Friday
night. They report aa exceptional good
time, and say that the proceeds assouat
to about $26.
We notice that a large number of the
practical farmers of the route are asiag
manure spreaders. We never had any
experience with them, bat are told by
the farmera who use them that toe re
sults obtained from their net is of a very
Miss Emelia Deyke speat Saturday
and Sunday nights in Colambas. She
spent a portion of Satarday at the bed
side of her friend Mr. Scholtx, at the
hospital, who wss taken there reeeatly
for treatment, astl who is now rsported
to be getting along nicely.
State Me. L
Arnd Krye marketed a oar of bogs
Moaday of thie week.
AL Gerber expeete to move toClarks
to the t srm of Araold Oeblrioh.
Halda Luke returaed from Sehaf ler
lsst Satarday where she has beea dress
J. W. Craua is busy getting ready to
move to the western part of tea etate
where he has a Kiakaid homestead, aad
will start a cattle ranch.
Fred Heaaiag hee moved.to a
aear Loup city aad
moves to Nance county, aear Belgrade.
There wss a literary last Friday sight
at the eoaool boaee ia district Nat.
There wfll be a box sorial at the school
house in district No. 4ft Friday sight,
the proceede to be need for the eehosL
berk White hiking.
Peeifie dene when Teas
saasa nnetiam and
' lfff off
Pollock & Co.,
OUB NSW HOHI.
The Jemraal is aaw le
eateiia its aew lecatieai
MHeTMtt arrest, imthe
hailsUac fwnaerly eccaai
eihyFrischhels Brae. A
caatalete plaat far kaai
liBSsOlkiaas ef priatiBC
has heea iwttaUei, iaclai
iag aew MMhiaery aad
the Tery latest faces ef
jwhtype. Bak aad atac.
ajtohtadiag aa exfsrl
eaeeiaiaier has thargt
ef this werk. Call aad
see saaifles. lad. favaeje
ISM M t M St St
The) JtsjraeJ ada pay
ty to look et lead.
L. Haha bought six
hoge st the Wills sees
prepnratory to sssving to
Slsck, Colorado Lamp and Nat,
aey Lamp, Treatoa Lamp, Weir Nat,
Semi Anthracite Furnace OaaL Hard
Goal both aises, Best Peaeyrvsnie.
NaWMAH a Wbavcbi
FOB SALE. '
A farm of 145 acres, admssaas? town
ant oc sioaroa. Good
A targe partef the lead
The Qaiaa fassily has astvad t
J.J. Beraee. who hee beea ssrisaslj
ill for the last moath,ie now able to sit
fersa, vssstsd by Jehaflsalij, who had
a smalt ssls aad moved toOalamhsw.
Theearrier, G. at HaU, has beea eff
ssrssversyayeeaaeeeaat ef this esr
ioaa ilmssTW saeeaaBoy.whe is new
hoassia the Diaeea dmtriet laeeaary
le,theaetproessds emoaated tofmUt.
S VDMBOLDerU I
I JEM. ESTATE AH UMS. 1
j is real estate, either farm Ibbmbi I
fortowa lota, it wfll ha te year
iatereet to sonealt oar ansa. Wo I
falsa have several goad esasBBga -1
. forreatmOolumhesaad it wfll 1
S Fire, Tetamio anal Aswmwat I
f Booher, g
I Hoclrnbrsr I
f Gfoeuiibcri. I
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