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VOLUME XXXVIIL NUMBER 6.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WNESDAY, llT 15, 1907.
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Dr. J. W. Terry
BettEtbie4 Optical Otteai
U The West
ia the front rooms over. Pollock
rOx'sDnaj Store. Will be ia
Cohuabos offices Sunday, on
day, Tuesday and Wednesday of
each week. Spectacles and eye
K?iase3 adentifically fitted and
repaired. Eye Glaseea adjuated
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.$5 75 to $5 86
Dr. NauBoaaa, Deatiat 13 St.
Save yoar Coupons. Gray9.
Dr. Valliar.O-toopatb, Barber block.
Dr. W. H. Slater, veterinarian, phone
Percale and Chambray sun bonnets at
, Boss Welch visited friends in Osceola
Mr. O. W. Holliday went to St Edward
Tuesday on business.
Dr. O. A. Alleabarfar, office in aaw
(Mate Baak baildiaa;.
Attorney Wm. Cornelius leftior Hsr
lea, la, Tuesday on business,
JadgePost was attending to some
legal business Saturday in Lindsay.
Attorney W. M. Cornelius was called
to Ceder Bapis Wednesday on business.
Bay lad ice summer underwear at
Alferd Graves, of Pane Greek spent
several Jays last week visiting friends in
JoasphPenneld of St. Edward waa in
thia1 city Monday attending to some
P. E. McKUlip of Humphrey was call
iagoasomeof his friends in this city
Herman Lueschen, who lives ten miles
north of this city was calling on his
Columbus friends Thursday.
MirLillian Higel returned Monday
from Norfolk aftet spending a few days
with her sister, lira. W. HalL
The Whist club was entertained Mon
day afternoon by Mrs. Murdoch. A
very pleasant time was reported.
Mrs. Tom Minor or Fnllerton is visit
ing at the home of her daughter Mrs.
Clxde.Templeton, who lives on west 13ih
Beeatifal embroidered Swisses at
Mr. Aden, who has been visiting rela
tives aad friends in this city for the past
few daya returned Wednesday evening
to his home in Wahoo. ,
Fiae Seaai-Porcelain, dainty decora
tion to be given away with every cash
aale. Save your coupons. Galley's dry
Mr. aad Mrs. Zianeckerand children
returned Saturday from Osceola, where
they have been visiting at the home of
Lira. Mary Burns.
Miss Cannon, of Silver Creek is now
night operator in the Nebraska Tele
phone Co, office, entering upon this
duty Thursday evening.
8aaw oa May 1ft is another record
breaker for this section of Nebraska,
Bottaiag that has not happened for
Jadge Batterman left Thuradsy for
Point where he will attend a
lial dedication of a church which
i reeeatiy completed.
Mr.A.aMahaffeyot Ti:. Nebr.
arrived ia thia city Saturday evening
aad spent 8aaday at the home of his
BareateMr.aad Mrs. A. M. Muhsaky,
who lives one mile north of this aty.
&&PalBMr the tailor, cleans, dyes
aad repairs Ladie'eaad Genta dathing.
daaaed and reblocked. Bettoea
to order. Ageat Genaania 'Dye
thiag ia Milliaery at
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the fire alarm waa heard to which, the
praaiBtly. The fre
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r'e pole yard betweaa the'
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'Little damage waa dose.
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Mrs. Clyde BeaUapaat
Ossaha where she visited at the
her sister Mrs. Roy B. Plena.
Mr. George Eagel aad little daughter
of Clarke apeat Satarday aad Baaday
la thia city viaittagralati
Misa Laura Sagelke left Taaraday
asoraiag for Fairbury where aha wfll
visit for sosee tisaa with
Mra. WflL return to her hcasala thia
oity Taeeday after a alaaaaat vkatat
the home of her father John
berger who lives aaarOader Baaida.
Mrs. P. P. Riede, whe has
oeiviag treataMatat St. Mary'a
for the past two weeks raturaed to
hosse ia Liadssy Saaday aft
Beaatiful laos oartaias at Gray's
50c to $20.00 per pair.
After spending a fewdavs viBitaig
relativea aad frieada in this oityt Mrs.
J. M.Dineea aad little aoaretaaadto
their hosse in Madison
. Mra. M.aKeatia(waohaBspaatthe
past two weeks in Omaha, visiting rel
ativea andfrienda returaed to her hosst
in thia city Satarday.
Miss Maud Hinaaa who has bean re
ceiving treatment in 8t. Mary'a hospital
returned to her hosse ia St. Edward
Wcdnecday afternoon maoh improved. '
Fritz Stenger iavited a few of
Echcbl friends to his hosse Saaday after
noon to help him celebrate hie eighth
birthday. Although the day waa very
disagreeable on the account of the high
wind," the afternoon waa apeat
after which the little frieada departed
to their respective hoasea. ,
Pare Irish bleached Itaea aaakka
only fio at Gray's
Miss Leafie Gray who for. the past eix
months has been night Operator ia the
Nebraska Telephone office haa reaigaed
her position and departed Satarday for
North Platte where she has excepted a
position with the saase compaay. Her
parents Mr. and Mra, L. L. Gray aitead
to make that city their home ia the near
That Colnmbne ia to have a race track
is now very certain for the
articles of incorporation for thia
tioa haa been filled in the County Clerks
office. With a capital stock of RfOO
and the privilege of iacreasiag the aaid
capital to $10,000. The following officers
have been elected for the year. H.B.
Robinson President, Thomas Braaaigaa
vice President, G. A. 8chroder, Daairl
Srhram, G. B. Spiece directora.
WUl Boettoher, while atteadiag the
picnic givea by (he Maanerchor Society
Sunday, at their hall oa East 11th Street
met with quite an aocideatwhile play
ing baae ball with aoase of
strackin thefacewitha atray balL At
first the injury waa thought to baqaite
dangerous, but Boettcher is able to be
at his post of duty and, when aeked re
garding the accident, aaid, "It
have been worse.'
The following request by
Phillips should be followed to the let
ter. -I take it for granted that every
good citizen of Cohmbaa joiaa aaa ia
the desire that our eity aa awholaaaay
alwaya preeeat an attractive appearance
1 to oar own and visiting eyes, aad ia the
belief, and in the farther belief that beat
results asay be accompheaed by concert
ed effort, I have thought hast to cakl np
oa oar people to set aside mrtaia daya
to be devoted to the eaaae of
in Columbas. I hereby dcajgaate 18, 14
and 16 as "clean npw daya,
every home-owner to eapkv thoae day
in removiBg from am home gr luada aad
thealleya adjoiaiBgjall miaar et.aaK
sightly rabbis The city e met! will
doiU part ia the work by asi'iagall
streets to be cerofellyrtleiaaeVamd I
feel that private eitizeas au nalhal u"p
oa to baraiah private propaitw, aad re
move from aoase groaada uad allaya
every ssaaare pile, old tia
object of eaaive to the aye. Ia
taat anu "cleaa-ap" daya asay
results tor tnetatare, Iaaggaat that at
everyhoBtoabaxor banal ha arevided
as a receptacle far ha
like -rubbish, ao that
be eoaveaJeBtly carted away at
iutervala, I earaestly area the
taift request with perfect
that it wfll he raceivad ia the rigk4
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aa'io4abaa4ioBBiai(har)ajitil we have eZmmBlr-BKmm
eoadaolad him (her) by oar prayers,
the House of tU Lord." -
f Be add la aabatsaer; The faaaral ob
aeqaiaaof a dear relative or friaad is al
waya a aoaree of aerrow aad grief to. the
dear oaaa left behind. Tat there are
each that tnTorde aa ao much jay aad.
coaeoUttoa, tha wa tad it difficalt to
dieeera which predeamiautea,the aorrow
for being beraavad of ear dear oaea or
the felicity wa experience at the thought
that they ssust baiaa batter hud free
all the toils, aflietioaa aad temp-
of life. This is preauaeatly the
aaaaia thaprcaiat iaataace, aa yoa will
all acknowledge whaa I relate, to yoa
the story of bar life.
"Mra. MoMshoa waa bora at Eamis
Caasty Clair Ireland Dee. la, 1831
Might just aa wall have aaid at oace that
she was bora at 'Emmie Fail" the Aa-
oiaat leleof Daatinv. whose destiay waa
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to setae isle oc Daiaia, aunyra, aaa
Scholars, aad of good aad holy people
tha whole world over, whose later des
tiay is by their preeeacc to spread the
trae BeUgioa throughout the world.
Mary arrived at New York City at the
age of fourteen. Sh waa married ial8G6
baaMebria 1473. The aMrriage'waa
bleast-dby aix childraa, Ive daughter
aad aaa aoa, foar of which are earriviag
Miss Lydia. tha oldest, ia autron at
th IadaUral School for girls at Geaeva
Near. The rest lived with their asother
iaCbtaabas. Mrs. McMahoa's love for
the Uad of her birth ia evident by the
fact that aha oroasail the oceaa three I
Umai. The great shTetioa of her life
waa the sadona aad aocadeatal death of
hat huebaad nftesa years ago.
Mrs. MeMahoa was a oonaaiaatioes
aad virtaoaa wossaa thioagfaoat. Ana
mother the atteaded to the one uaport-
aat matter the ehrietiaaedacatioa of her
ohildrea. All her chiidraa reeaived the
advaatageaof a parochial aa dacadomic
Nor does it anpear that
faet haa deteriorated them fiaan-
lly, aocially or religionary. Her re-
Iwioas tread of miad wan ceoeeived by
ymr enaieiy so aHena ibo mm vosmss-
WnCeressoay of each of her caikirea.
thia crowaiag act of religioaa devotion
aad tha anex of chrittiia amatraotloa.
Thia aba did even though aha had to
be carried to the cfaarch.
Duriag the kmg term of her helplesa
aw, her life waa apeat ia aawiag aad
praying. .Meraeedlewaa her tool aad
ry waa her award, wherewith
aha extiagniahed tha nery darts of the
evdepirita. Thia life of prayer imparte
a halo of eaaetity aad a calm aad eeren
ity of asiad about her waa traly atrikiag.
She waa one of theawet joyaaepatiaats
the world ever knew. Ahaaatiful trait
in hereharaeter waa that aha considered
kaaaeredueiijeatioato pray for those
whaaakadhertodoao. baa bads whole
litaayof aachaameeof ta;b liviagaad
deadaadahewoaldrepeiita prayer fur
Her aeaal ejacalatioaa were,
God bleas yoa," "Welcome be tha will
of God," "Jeaaa. Mary, Joacph." She
bad a dream or vision thst aha would die
ia May, aad ao aha did oa the eleventh
of May, oa Satarday, ear Ladya Day,
jeat while the May Devetioaa ware be-
iag oeoducted in chareh, aad after
haviagreesived the but bleastBg of the
church by the atteodaat Priest thanks
to her great devolioa to' Mary, the
metherof Gjd to whom aha had platted
sosaaay wreathacf spiritaal roaat, May
' Bain 8a iee Umbrellas at Gray's
Byren Mi'datt of Olympia, Wash.,
arrived aa tha city Saaday evening for a
visit with relativea and to elcee ap'the
deal far tUeX.M.C A. building rite.
Stem residing ia tha want Mr; MiUett
held the position of torritorisl jadge of
to think their
to lead has aid hi tkae,of
to tha door and akMwho
I whattaey waatadV
tha aaw state of Waahjagtoa.
caaer other i.. - bj .i.m
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" Daawlaa aad faastlv were awakaaad
haaaa rather aavatiag aad tieaidsd
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Mark T. MaMahaa. daarlat
Elbow leagth glovea at. Grays
Kale, ailk aad kid.
Tie race track which ia being aaadeoa
Dr. Evaaafaras aaa mile north of tLie
eity ia waU aoder headway, aad eoasa f
the boraeBKB have begaa traiaicg thai
rhorsea. The writter predicts asaay a
good raar aad a jolly good tisse for every
.lover of thia apott ia the near f utare.
A.eoaeert f high order will be given
at the North Opera Hoase oa Taeaday
May '38th. by Mrs. H D. 8paaeera
noted viofiaiit of Iowa, Mrs. B. E. L.
Hayes and MUa Vesto Slater, aasiated
by Mra. Mark Itothburn, Mra, Jalius
Nichols and Mr. Bjroa Way. Mra.
Spencer ian 3 eaag womaa of pleaaiag
peraonality, whiih together with her
great muaical talent, asakeaher a favorite
with her aadieaces. She cornea highly
recomasended to Colambaa people. Mr.
Havea ia a draawtic artist of great hd
ity, pusasBBingssuch aataral talent, aad
haviagstadied with the batt teachera ia
theEist haa won for her-aelf'a aro
ssiaent plane aa an eatertiiner. Misa
Slato.Hoae of our asost accompliahed
pianiata, aad da not nted to be hi
troduoed to Coluiiibu" people, aa aheie
well known for her great aajcal abil
ity. Mra. BntLbara end Mrs. Nicbole
are both general favoritea with Colnai
bus people, fr their a went and well
trained voicea. Mr. Byron Way is one
of Columbaa youag muekaans. aaa Laa
won mach praiae for his ability oa the
HOT TAMALE COASTER VALUE $12.50
Not to be sold, lut given away absolutely: FREE
nn m i Law M A f m M
Every boy under sixteen haa aa equal ehaaee. We want all
boys to coasatooaratore aext Saturday moroiug at 9 o'clock
for all paiticulara'
Our big Granite-ware ealecom
Saturday at GRAY'S
The new editor of the Fulterton Poet
is making good. Instead of every other
item being a patent medicine advertise-
t extolling the merita of a patent
nostrum for the seven year itch, piles and
constipation, its coluasna are filled with
good liveloeall news. Mechanically i
improved four hundtcd per cent.
There ia no doubt but that editor Dopf
ia a liveaewspsper maaand Jiere is wish
tag all aoria ol sacceaa. The Genoa
Dowa at Colambus the people are
clamoring for a new court houee. Mer
rick county aaa long ago met and cob-.
quered the vain priiie which would
prompt the building of. a new court
nouaa, and it onr neighbor unm Uc-
eidea to pal up withita pffsrctttniclur?
merriCB county can snow iaem aa in
genious ayatem of rodding which will
not oaly bold their building tocether
until the bricka crumbly t dnt, but
will add much to its aroBitoRtuaral
beauty. The CVatral City Kt-poWiciae.
Dr. B C TeialBgaceompaaiedby R?v.
Graaaliorst, departed Sanday for Au
burn Nfbr, where was united in tha
holyhoiids of matrimony, Taeaday to
Mb Asslia Darks.' The Doctor intends
to baabseet f.reome tissa aad will vVit
his wotneriir New Havea Ooaa. before
pared a home for his brid a. .TbeJoaraal
joine with their msay friends ia
a long aad arpipereaa life.
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Wall Paper I
J Pore Woodman Linseed
jOfland best Hboae and
XBtrn Flint at
I UBirs i1Mm.l
Porter waated, Meridiaa boteL
Dra. Paal aad Mat sea, Daatiata.
Theaaratoa subjects for Sanday' May
19th at the B iptiat ebarch are "The Be-
puisiveBese ut Hi,iatas,N and Mioro-
aanaies of Hatred.'
Bev. Maata p stor of the Congrega
tional cheroh aaaoances hia subject for
aarmoa aext Ssbbuth asoraiag will be
Don't fail to attend the Concert at
tha North Opera Hoaee Taeaday May
38th. AdmiaKioa adulta 50 casta and
Childrea 35oC Seats reserved without
Hear Mra Spencer the noted violinist
at North Opera Hoaee Tueeday May 28th.
Adnussios 60 cento Children 25ot. Seata
rved withoat charge.
Mra. Hayea leaditioa of "As the Moon
rose" ia one of the finest readiags aver
listoaed to. Hear bar at North Opera
Houee May 28th.
TbeGarhars Flynn' compaay opened
their elothiag atom ia the North bund
ing, oa Thirteenth atreat, tiua weak, aad
haveaTwy aeatiy arrangedroom.
Sunday the Maaaerchor Sooiety held
a picnic in their Hall oa East 11th St.
The day waa apent very pleaaaatly, while
the eveniag waa devoted to dancing.
The Maaaerchor Orcestra fnrnuhed the
A large aumber of thessembera
a very aajayable time
Mannger It. W. Sn?ey l.w in the Beg
gar Pi iuce Comic Opra Co. one of the
feast at ti actions he haa provided the
patrona of the North Opera House this
eaaoa, if indeed it does not prove to be
the banner show of the year. Thia com
pany ia esanaged by Bob Martin, who
haa auooasaf ally piloted several operatic
productions during the past ten years,
which is a anfficient guarantee that the
company is a rapable one. New music,
bright and catchy, haa bten added, ap
propriate scenery and attractive cotums;
apecialtieaof the highst class are among
the featurea pnxuisrd, it should prove a
asost pleaaingenter'.ainmwnt. In Dbimee
of Normandy Saturday M iy 18.b.
Mrs. Allenherer who has been dager
ouaty ill for the past week is much bbtter
at ihte writtii'g.
The Wrestling Match held Friday eve
ning in the North Operr House' between
Jim Hall and JwkO'Leary waa a victory
for Hall, he throwing O' Leery three
tiasee ia one bonr
Another Wrestling Match wUl be held
at the North Opera House Tharedoy
evening My loth, between Uaoar
Wasem Tb Light Heavy weight cham
pion of Asserioa" 'aad Jim Hall of Den
ver. Admission 60et
Last Thursday dailies announced
that' F. H. Abbott, editor of the Tribune,
has taken charge of the Aurora Bepubli-
caa. tueaara rumey, cc ine voiamous
Priatiag and Specialty Hoaee, will pab
lish tha Tnbaae ia the future.
6a January 8, 1857, the first plat of
Cnlaaabaa. and in fact the firat plat filed
iatheeoaatywha pUcedon record, ia.
tha-aoaaty clerk's office. ' Since that
era have beta eaoagh nlata of
additioa aad ceawtenes filed to
aweU the'BBetber to autj-asvea Da-.
BBty.Ckrk Jerry Carrig baa for aeasa-
beea fplanning to plaae them ia a
with aa index, ao they ooaJd be
i yoa waat to look ap
; tha plate ef tha aoaaty,
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araitfWAL bi ;v nlII
All ooaaradei of tha Oraad AraW
ors, Seaaof Vatoraaa, vateraaa af thej
Spajunk-Aaaaieaai war, aaaaVnw af
coapaay K. N! K. Gn aa CoaJW
arate soldiers, are iavited to jots tha
asemben of Baker Post, Ko. $, G., A.
R, at 1:30 o'clock sharp oa Mamarial
day, Tha City band, Nebraska Ka
tioaal Gaard aad Firaaaoa will JaraV
oa 13th street, thea south to 11th
street, thea west to Olive street to G.
A. B. hall, where the veterans of the
Grand Amy will fall ia line, where,
airier ooamand of J. R. Meagher,
asarihal of the day, the line of anarch
will be takes op North to 12th street,
then west to Nebiaaka
at to the opera hoaee. Tha
will 5omsaeaceproaiptly at 2 o'clock.
TJra progum at the opera hoaee at
2 o'clock p. a., is as follows:
Calliag AsaemWyto order by Com-
maader. B. L. Boaniter.
Musk) - - Columbus Gty Bead
Salute the Dead by G. A R
Prayer - Chaplaia E. O. Bector
Reading of General Order,
Adjataat W. A. McAllister
Remarks Comssaader & L. Bosaitar
Soag To day this Hallowad Place
we Seek.'' Sixth -Grade of the
ReolUtiou, "The Bivouac ef the
DsadV' Misa HaxalBmith. St
'Song, The Blue aad the Gray:"
laterasediato Grade, L i a eo I n
Recitation. "Good Bye Old Arm"
' Doaald Sloan, Third Grade, Lin
Recitation "Sostter the Flowers"
Lulu Held. Sixth Grade, Field
Soag, "Jaet Before the Battle
Mother." Intermediate Grade,
Monk - - Colambaa (Sty Band
ReciUtioa, -The Mother of a Sol
dier." Stella DoUa, Seventh
Grade, Williams School.
Recitation,--The Boy in Bias"
Paal Bonn, High SehooL
8ong, "Columbia, the Geaa ef the
Oeeaa.",8ixth Grade, High 8ehool
Benediction, Rer L. R. De Wolf
-At the ekanefth-program .tha -liae
of Bsareh will be taken up to the
teay, where the exercises will be
pteted according to the Graad Army
rituri, ending 'with aalato to the dead
by Company K, Nebraska National
Guard, and Taps" by Compaay K
The following are the naasea of the
soldiers interred in the Colnmbne ceme
U. B. Mclattra
J. M. Lawaoa
Stephen B. Baat
P. J. Laamnce
Q orgs Drake
O. H. Archer
J. f Staraeon
E. W. Arnold
A. J. Whittakar
W. H. Thomas
J. V. Steveneon
H. X. Spoeiij
M. K. Tamer
W. M. Schreeder
E. W. Arnold.
E. O. Wells. Coa.
E. 1. FiUpatrick
A dinner set absolutely free. Galley's
dry goods store.
Didyouaee the large asaortsasat of
room aixe rags nt GntwTs
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Oeitaaa aasisted by
Mr. Cox will entertain the eveniag
card club at their home on. North Olive
Street, Thursday evening.
Mra. J. Belter of Lindsay arrived ia
thia city Wednesday to visit a few daje
with her daughter, Mra. Peter Baches
who ia receiving treatment in the hospi-
If you trade at thia store yoa get
coupons from 10 different depsrtssenta;
ao if vo'u confine your purchases here
too can set a fine est ofebinn ia abort
order at GRAY'S
Dr. Spanlding, the State inspector
apeat Monday in this eity confering
with the City Pbysieatioa Dr. Vose and
County Physioiaa Dr. Coradiaaregaard
iag the much dreaded daieaaa asaall-pox.
Mra. J J.8allivaaeatcrtaiaed nfea
of her lady frieads at Five o'clock Tea
at her 'home Taeaday after aeon. Al
though the day waa rather
t by all
From the Fi
it Tnbaae we
18th, aad reaolutieae
thii BTtnaaJna of A
RR.from Lincoln to
thorough Dodge conatv.
BABD ANB MfT CtAL
OatBiss fiixib rmnrr
XT. F. . 8MITM LUM1U
m t.iu.ui tint u-JLmMmM MnYilr,:i:i
Bf Pamt ?
( utXaVi Wtoaavaast 'ti'ni
itiifuf nil U ",nt. nmf.i.J valtl
, .f)-,l il fwi Jim -! VMk-.'iltivi
"'Wmjav abw i ai i j. ' J J tin i
Pollock & Co.
There ia plenty af rich land yet loft in
shrasks. Leave year eleda aad
aUk4dea,asdeoass to If ahraaka.
good UaeU8am wdl give yea eae of
the beat fanaa yea caa lad ia taajrsrkl.
' niaf Tha JoaraaL May asVMR.
Thia portion ef the "Greet
Monday night, 8oaaa ef ear-
expraseed their eetaiaa af
clerk very freelv, aad
that wa had aaoach ia tt
people. Jtaoagh, dent aaailly have aa
over pine of iafiaenee iai
aad wa didat know that their aavieai
We lean frum the Dakota Otj
thst the stockholders of theStoax Cwy
aad Celambaa E.B. hald their racnlar
aaaaal aseetiaar at Dakota City. Net.
May 14th. Sevan dirsetors were sleeted.
The dirntiiB aaat tha aasaa day, aad
asade the fellewieg aalsctiea of i Mnsia
President. 8 T. Davie; vi a BtaaisVat,
Wss. Adair; aaaretary, Jaaaaa 8eett;
treaaarer Jassea Cleghera
Several of tha. aeweaaarai ef
tato. whieh lay clsisss tobeiag
-re of oasBsoa ia their eeveral
stroagly opaaaad the adapting tha
! II. .11 I -- m, m
eiaasorona far ai
ohmeat of public
omy and higher aalaries are soaae of tha
thiaga deasanded by thaee jeaoaale.
Were act these ia demaad a few ssontha
ago? "He who caa take advice ia aoase
Usses saperior to aha who caa give it."
Tsa Ihatthic TaaiaaaiBit,
The tournament under thennapiees mt
the Colnmbua G an Club ia being held hi
Gottsebalk'a grove, aortheaat of tha
city. About forty shooters from
in the state and eleewhere an
On 'aceoaat of the atormy weather af
Tuesday the program wss aot complet
ed, the bgh acoraa for that day being aa
follows: . John Sack, 8f ; A Oasoa, 81;
Deck Liadermaa, 84; R. R Barber, 88;
A- MiUer.82. Wedaaaday forenoon the
weather waa mach asere pleasant, aad aav
wareault better scores were recorded,
aa follows: John Sank, 87; J. Gaixmar,
86; RB. Barber, 88; Otomtoad, 8i ; Deek
Linoermaa, 83L The Toaraaassat will
continue thia afternoon, and close to
morrow. Ia epite of the uafavorahle
weather the attendance ia good, sosse
good scores ssay be expected toaaorrow
if tbeconditiona are favorable
In Police Judge O'Brien'e court Vol
Simons a bore trailer was fine $10 aad
cost- last Wedaesday for atrikiag Frank
Nelsoa ia the face, aa a resalt of a dis
pato over a home trade Monday
Victor Gileoaki waa aa, ohargsd with bs
ing drank and
months aid aoa af Mr. aad
Baaatx.died Saiardav after
a abort illaeas with pasnmoaia. ' The
faaeral waa held at the OathoKa ehureh
Taeaday afteraooa. being eoadaetod by
Father Manaa aad the mtermaat
in the Catholic
.REM. ESTATE AH 1MB. f
. ..e -
last year. Thaee aaase
now hsananiBg aeasewhat
Bxpaaaes oaaaal eeaa-
2 in real aatote, sfchar farmlaada Z
ortowa lata, it wfll be to year J -'
5 krtaaaattoawaaaltaar beta. Wa ?
alaa have aavaral goad aaOingB W
feriaatiaOslBasbaa, aad it wan
5 camp latiag year arraagsmaasn, S
fn b m- I JZ- . .
Beraor, I -
f N Hootanbcrgcr a fl.
w ajhsamManaaTM. S
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