The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, October 09, 1907, Image 1

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J. J. Bwflott atoble by prairie
fro om fight tost week. Itwmweriij
Attor oCaootdMit that allhtoatoak
aot baraed with thaatahla,aait
lata at akat wham the aba waa
dbeeratad.
Thtee yean age, ia a trip boat Golem
baMtoMadMoaaloacthetowaahiproad aeaaefiauieveaBaat efaay eort ae-
tweaBSBeUOceak aad Mtaiana, Now
of eight apj whei'a aloag the toata.
at the
held at Boatoa, which joawjotia' ofo
eiltet mtitl aad ifty doBam. We learn
that the eeiBiiitae to ihargn of the
taut boat lfobTaBka.TetaiBtheaaoaey
to the treaeaier. bat rataiaad thesOrer
Are yoa a good repablioaa.
the anaeai ef yoar party to thiaeoaatr?
ITeo,yoawllloapport the aoaatoaai of
yoar party to a ataa. Doat eoratoh
yonr ticket foraawa that Waewthie aad
aowthat. Mrtbtof loaff at a ttoja, aad
aething etroag. The awe to awear
byaretBeaaeawho are pcetty aiaeh the
eaiae every day to the year, aad whose
bogle gives forth bo
At tha Siffh IdaftL
There wfll ha afoothaU gassi
OolaaibaB aad North Bead at North
Bead aezt Batwreay.
State Baaartoteadeat MeBriea has re
agmaMdOahsBftbaeasoaeortaeacheola fktodfor.aoYsssl high school traiato
this carrto) with it aa approsnattoa of
ttfO Tssriy.
The aew osaipalaory attaadsaes law
leaaires allahildrea betweaa the ages of
aeveaaadsiztseaisi city distttots to at
tead the entire atoe ssoatha, tost sad of
sixaMBtbs, as fenssrly. Thapsaalty
f br bob ooatpliaaos iaa taeof aotlssa
thaatlaor ssore thatSX. The board
cf edacetioa have appeiated tteahssf of
BeHeetraaat oaaosr. aad aaless there
aresesM apsedy earoUsssata the Tame
of the law wfll asoa be tasted. The
law is so plaia that there iaae epttoa ea
the part of school oakecs. Iatheesaa
try districts the law reqaires sttsadsaes
4ariagoBly two thuds of the year aad
sue age nan m Bm
A Chassbsrs
teal estate streets, resort the f ollowiag
real estate transfers Had for-record to
heetaseof the eoaaty clerk dartof the 1
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atop at New York, aad thee the
for svprsMSgi hsre. Ia thai
Platte soasty ajoitasna are
ate, Cor we have' right here
to Ooltwabas, lias BoHiaa, who dariag
the pest year has saessadsd ia rsistog
frass three birds the haaa laytof
aa average of sixty egga each, aad ia
their wild state reiss trosi Ifty to sixty
birds saoh. They are a hardy bird, roost
ia trees, aad very fast oa the wiag.
birds osa be asoarsd at per
sd there hi a sssvesssat oa aow to
qasto a aasiber ef these buds
hotheads where they osa be looked after
aad smtoetod by the
George C Miller aad John O. HOI, the
two bmb charged with robbtof freight
she wdtogs at Thasisssl aad
ty, had their
Thsusday.aad both waived, ersaiinatina
aad wars bemad over to the dJstriot
coartaad placiad aadsr boads of $1,000
Miller's father, who is a wealthy
; rssidisg to 8srpycoaaty,asar
Valley, waa prsssat at the heanag, aad
aad tos aoa was released fross
Bfll wsa aaable to faraiah bail aad
reasaaded back to jail. Theajsawfllbe
trhWaAtaoregmlar fall tarsi of tbedis
triet ooart whtoh coavoaia at Usatral
ty, Motaaibsr 1L At their prsbsM
aary hsaitos; the assa were rsprsssatsd
by AtteraayDoaohosof.OsishB Millar
isaUatoB Paeiae coadaotor aad Hfllia
bis biakssaaa, aad both are well kaowa
tottoscity.
. EUsaheth Hiaas iillsi waa bora to
Shelby eoaaty, Iadtoae, May th, 1817.
Oa the 17th of Jaaaary, 1834, she was
ssarried to Jassss Bllis, at Caatoo, I1L,
havtos; pcevioasly ssoved to that state
with her faauly. Ia 1870 aha ssoved to
Nstosata with her fassily asttltoc ia
Doagtos eoaaty, where she resided tow
fear years, asattojt thee to Platts eaaaty
where aha Bvad coaUaaoasly aatil the
jsseasop,FrieV;psbor:4,i
HOT, aged W years, 4 aaoatha aad W
daya. Whoa aboat 86 years of age aha
asade pahfic profeasioa of hsr faith to
Ohrtot aad maited with the Method
church at Csatoa,IlliaohO Faaeralasr-
i coadaoted at the hoass aorth-
of Colajabaa at 3 o'clock p. ss.,
Saaday, October 8th, the Est. a A.
Muaro oalcistisg. Iatsnasat was
to the Oatasmbas osssstory.
Ever sines rursl free delivery
apersssasatpart of the post osacade
partsMBt, the oaktola have reabaed the
ofspsBlsl raleathiabraaahefthe
Jastwhati
eealdereeald aot do baa
to he referred to
ssaat. BatthishasaowliMBuisiesaiSBy
theissaaof a book of ralss aad rsgala
twesforthegvidsaceot raral carriers,
which li Is ii thedatissof the earriera
as well se tofarsssttoa as to what the
patroas have a right to expect.
Miss Sadie Wflsoa, dsaghtsr of W. D.
Wilson of Ocoaos. Isft tost Satarday for
Bcotland, where aha expects to rcsasia a
year aad stady music Ma, J. A. Bark
ley, dsaghtsr of Mr. aad Mm. L Gar
rard, expeoted to seeosspaay her end re
tara to her hosse ia Port Blixsbsth,
8oath Afries, bat a oablegraai from Mr.
Berkley delsyed her departare iadef
akely. The foltowiaa; sasrriege Ikeaaeswere
by Jadge Bsttonaaa the tost
Nsls J. Psderssa, Jessie LBeJ-
leek. Alliance; Gtomras A. Mat, Osdsr
atopies, Christies A. Schaeth, Hass
phray; Mark T. MoMahea, Letitfa B.
Speios, Oohuabas; Robert B. Worksasn,
Mae Sauth, Belgrade. The last
ooaple wareaurrisd by the jadge.
Aatoag these who attaaded the
of the comer atoae of St. Oseslials cathe
dral in Omaha Saaday were a J. Byan
AUFrisahhslT, Joha Oarry.Ooa Kaat-
iafvFredGerber, Frank Taais, Martto
OoatsUo, Taos. Wade, John Bnttarassa,
Jasma Haaey. Adolph Bapprecht, Freak
Gerharx, J. aByraes. J. T. Osx, Was.,
trnrioa aad x. u. uogan.
Fortheirsttisss eieos its ergaatoa.
tton, the Oelambas Lsad, Loss sad
Ballalag amwesrioa wfll tome t
dartog the year. The an;
forbalMing
tothiseity has suae it
aheald he
isaptoasd oa the
Dr.
Dr.W.H.
Tea wfll see aU
Lyris. "
f Or. GJL Altoal
s.
foi
X t.1
Xthal
of North Platte
Wfll
asriowslyaUtbspsattwo
Mrs. SethBraaa toft
for OsMhowaereehswiU visit frisads
far a
Mies Leafy Gray, rstaraed to hsr
? IsMiBft frioaito aad rstotivss to the city.
Mr. aad Mrs. L. F. Oottsobslk tone
frosi their .toar of thssastera
rtoc had a.ssost aajoyahle trip.
Fatroatos the old reliable assat ssark-
et where yea bat: evstythtog ia fret
uaearasaossiDle. a RMartr
AOe.
Mary Kippla retaraed
Tharadey frost Missoari whore she had
speat the
Mr. sad Mrs. M. V. Grsy wsat to
Ulysses Batarday where they wfll visit
for a tow daya, hsfore gotoffto Wasooav
sto to spead the wiator.
MmFrsd OppBger, livtog ire miles
eoath of Oolasabaa, rstarasd Saaday
from Omaha where she had spent the
pent week Tisittog relatives.
Mrs. M. J. KsUey of Ohtosgo is visaV
tof at the hosse of her pareata, Mr. aad
Mrs. Osrl Krssssr. aad toteade reatom
toff several weeks in the eiry.
Mhwea Ismtos aad daas Marty re
taraed hosse Satarday evening from
Omasa, where they had speat the past
weekvasHtog friends sad relatives. . '
RaPalsssr the toitor, olesn, dj'es
aad repsira Ladies aad Goats slothing.
Hats eleaaed aad rablooked. Battepa
sasdeto order. Ageat Gerassnia Dye
Works.' NsbrukaPhoae.
AaewtiamtaUewaat totoefleotOB
the Union Paoiic Saaday, aad tor the
toa.kjas; white, the tuss of
,aot rhsBsad,oaly
i
oatheNor-
retaraed to Oarambas
Ha hadaesa osaed to
a wank or two ems, oa
seeoaat of the death ef am brother.
A aew order haa book tomed forbid
dine railroad employes to haadle
Uaited States assU oatside the rsgaJsr
sssfl sack, ae whoa yoa take assil to the
train yoa will have to nasil it yoarself if
it goes.
Mm, F. A. Bssmsjsrt, (i
Hoshsa). of DoaTiDa, .
H. K. Hchimsi; (aea
ofSorflmsr. Nebraaks, are to the city
this week, gnosis at the hoass of Mr. sad
Mrs. L. F. Oof Isnhallr
i
MmOtoiaaee Wflsoa sad chfldrsa of
CorBiaftIa.,aadMr.sndMm.ChrietOB
aaa of Osssha ware aisitiag- at the hosse
of Fred r3tishorstthm week. Mm. Wfl
soa aad Mrs. Caristensen are daaghtors
of Mr. and Mrs. Stiahorst.
Bobert Id ward, the tofaat aoa of Mr.
aad Mrs, R. F. Avery, died last Thars
dsy after a abort illnsss. The faasral
wsa held Friday from the hosse, eoath of
town. Est. DeWeK of the Methodtot
eharch condaottof the
Mrs. D. G. Bartella sad dsakters,
Biases LUli and Balsa aad two sons,
Milton aad BUssr. Uriss; north of town
retaraed . Satarday aftomoon from
seat the past
W. Waittaker held the aamhsrthst
entitled him to the Backs ,hot blast
stove that waa givaa away by the Gray
Merosatils Co. Tamday afteraooa. The
tret two names called were not present,
aadbaiheias; the third
the stove.
Mtoa Looins Wagner retaraed home
Thamday from 84. Anthony where
sheatteadsdtha doable wedding of the
laaGiaissn. And
t to Platte Coster
she visited at the
Bf7TJ"W
thmsaftotohtolsjam sfislst
.
Tom AskssvhsksTMomsa
folk aesesagsr,
lsst fmiaiilaf
waste she waited at the hosse of Miss
enSnawSBaf aaTsTVOKawemTsi
Mms Bmma Harlow, itsasgisphto
toseher in ths Costsmoisl soBigs. was
eallsd to Breeas,Iows, Tneedsy by a
prsosaoatsd mimsgs aaaaaaams; the smtoas illness MssaaereaorhaJ,BeT.NeBsmrksrlmmff
paiaisiis othsrsrssimntfcsr The vseaasy is so- taessoskersftaeeTsatog. A.program
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I see very wen," when .yoa J
s try it ec us nr yon more
i elabotBte tehti There
WKjueBommntng wtodbj. j
We can diflcorer it if tbera
is and better yet we can S
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a cure iu xv m awubu w rmb
l.ntl.n.n.1 kn IWIAB MM
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when conectidri thereior 1
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Dr.Nsamaaa.DeatistlSSw :
G. B. Prieb,' paisamg 'sad paper
hsngtof. : . v x . !
Journal.
- Notice what yoar frisads say
the Lyric. N -
Dr. D. T.Martyn. jrn omosaewbnlass
has Stste Beak boJldlag.
Dr. L. P. Oarstsaaoa, Tetertoariaa
both phoaeaait, CeramDas, Neb.
Watch Palsaer's wiBitw far
trite. , praycrl uhI .trithfal
tayiags. t. ;
Waated Ptece to work far board sad
-
sttead aoaool by yoaaff sssa. BeU
phoaeNo.sU
Mr. aad Mrs. George Glass of the Pnl-
noigheoraood ware to Oolamhas
tost Satarday..-
The Miasm Sosie sad Mianie Thossas
retaraed last Tharadsy Irpm.a three
athsvmit st BasTsloNcT. K -.,-
' L. A. Baaey of the Oolambas peat
oftoe force, is tahtog hie aaaaal vacatioo
aad visitiar frtoads aad, letotivea to
Gelesosrjr.HL
Iwfllcare sag onotery iaitor worst
etage, aad heeves ia horses. No
no pay. , Wfll be at J. J. Bark's
Saturdays. N. F, Dodds.
The tret frost for 1907 coearred Osto-
bsr a This to mnoh later than naaal,
hboat the aaiddtoof Ssptembsr betog the
tisss fortbefrat kflltoff frost.
-mi . i i- I
. wtu urn t Fl ""17. tli- i. "m a w -l
vice to she OoanTegational ofaarch next I
SeMiath daT.hotoBsaraian aad owmtoa. I
The ssoralBg asrssoa wfll be based upon
the text, "He eoald there do no mighty
work Decease pf their unbelief.'. The
subject for the evening- earasoa is "Par.
feetioa.n
to the call iamed by Com-
BBitiesssaa Bssd, twentT-tve repahliosa
voters ssetat the votiag puce to Calam
bas township aad aomiaatsd the follow-
ias;' ticket: Township road
John Randall; treesarer, HUtoa White,
jastiee, Mart Fish, clerk, W. F. Bhode-
horst, jastice, A. M. Maaaaey.
Joseph Zwilasr, aged 73 years, died
last Friday st 8WMsry6 hospital. He
lived for amay yean eoath of the river to
Batter eoaaty, aad ssoved to Golambas
eix years ago. One soa and three dangh
tora sarvive, Joseph Zwilasr, Mrs. Joseph
Alt, Mrs. Joha Disoher aad Mrs. Daniel
ThalaaL The faneral wsa. held Monday
asoratog at 10 oolook.
Speoisl Hsrreet TssaskiTJaesrvice,
at the Grace ohareb wfll be held oa Saa
day, October 18, both saoratof aad ere
aisg. totaessorniasjaqaarsttewfllbe
oaas; by Mesdaasm Evans aad Chambsrs
aad MinmB Swaia aad 8shVon. Setmoa
will be pienehsd by the Rev. T.J.
Collar. The evening otertory wfll be
eongby Mr.F. Ssffron. Preaober, Dr.
Westcott. OoUectioos ia sid of Clark
aonbospiULOmshs. German Day, which eommomorates
theleawtoffot the irat German asttto-
t ia thiB eonatry at Gstmaatowa,
Pa was ftttegly obsarved Satarday
toff by the local. lodge of Bone of
The exesrsmss were held is
WonMyonbeaoveitr Oor old frisnd
L.L. Snider has gone ead aakl.that
bsaatifal wsHsbbi ef his ia Smith
hetesmhaitobnildsnoth.
ofW.D. Dram.
Mr. J.H. JsrsaBwWnbseareernltoe:
mshssIUsttos nosss to msssia, lor
D. F.8eaaf,aadto
Oolamhas sa a gsod
There has bean the asael aassaat of
real astete shsaasd hands as tiMriid to
the eoaaty etorks office at
ssaayaf oar cittteaa.are tsertogdowa
sadbmlatoff gieator, or to attar words
esllisff oat aad bnytog
, Osasola psoetowm
Bar. WiOiam Crisp oa his latara
am eaatern That of ssversl atonths at the
OMhosseto Mioaigma aad New York,
aad Kiaprasamsd that
od lsst week it waster
The good ladies of
eharch f aratoasd laaoh to all themia&v
ton aad lay dslsgstm at the aaaaal
at Osssha tost week. There
a groat erowd, there was a heap of
good tsaaga toyed- away by sU that par-
Mrs. O. A. Gadeka bos
ery, that aha wfll aeed oa her Texas
farm aad leaded them oa cam at Colnnv
baa'Ue latter part ef last weak, aad
with her family started for that state
this week.
The good people of Oolambas Bay that
they were very glsd to extend the right
asadoffsUowaUpto Walter Mieheaer
aad family aad waat it dasttoetly .aadsr
otood that if Oawsoto has aay ssore each
to seed them sJoaa aad room wfll be
ssada tor them.
Grsadlstead district of she North
Nebrsskseealereeoehas two isp rtem
tathres as dclesjatof;to, the asmaral con
ference that meets at Bstaanesa, Mo
next year, Pissidiag Elder G: H Mato,
D.D. of Central City aad Bayard Fatoe
of Grand intend. if .
B. J.Jarmto ofOolnmbas uesmevor
to Osceola from his Oolamhas hosss on
Batardsy to visit with hie pareata a tow
days,gotoff from hsr to the Geneva
Nonary to got the stock, for fall de
livery. Bis employer D. F. Sshaf, hat-
tog presedsd him to '
i -- ivaiii
Cm. aad Mm L. J. Vsahossea of
Oawsoto have had as their gnestoMr.
aad Mm. H. Drnmmoad of Oolambas.
m -TTinmmimd hi the Ausghter of the
trstaaassdpertimeadsaoHkostoeosse
over aad tryseeas of ssother asotber'a
goodoooktoff. They retaraed to their
Oolambas heme oa Satarday.
Rer. L. a DeWolf, the Oelambne
pastor ef the Methodist charoh blew
the gospel trampet at Peeri Memorial
eharch of Osssha tost Sunday ssorning,
end it is very sals to say that Omaha
had the best nrsschis last Sahhath
" ' zT Zr?rr7 F
P warn aaasmiKwiw aaeaaww f
.
Oassoto haa farakhsd ssore than a
doaeastadeato that waat to he doctors
aad tsatists There are no amay of
them that we osat afford topBbhahsll
theaaams bat feel amend that whan
they get the title of D. S. -a that they
osa pall a tooth without pain (to them
selves) as well as ths bsstof thedentiote.
Wait for thess.
J. a Welch of Oolambas pat to a
little of hie saleable tisseia aad aboat
Osceola atteadtoff to basisam aad ia
eidsataUy taktoff ia the Polk eoaaty
fair, where he sasst doseoeof the old
frtoadn sad made aow oaes by the score.
Everybody sroand Ososela are always
glad to greet Boas,svenlf he does Uve
iaaoityof tea irst etess, itdoat ssske
Urn pat em say ssore sirs.
Mr., and Mrs. U L. Iter of Oeatral
Otty visited at the home of their dsngh
ter, Mm, Joseph Hartsssa, sad enjoyed
ths eights of the Pb& eoaaty fair, have
retaraed to their boobs. It is needless
to say that they wsat by the way of
Oolnsshas for the residents of the eoaaty
begie to feel that that way istheooly
sals way, aad will be eootineed aatil
the bait Mae is estsbHshed thatwfllraa
ap on the south side of the Platte aad
dowaoa the north side. ;
Graadma Welch ef Osceola ssst with
asevera aseidsat last 8atarday. She
wasoaasrwayap to the eqaare, oaly
atoMtaUeekfrom
slipped oa
tip Md
Mm. Wetehwhe ken been boarduffat
the home of Ishtor aad Mrs. H. A.
Walrath, aad is ssore then atoety
old, aad a imhair of the orril
Her sea J. a Welch, of Colambae.
the
y at the hosse of Mr. aad
Mfltoa ColweU east, of
tweety yearn
tost day of September, Judge a Camp-
sad done it swjnin, thatm
toasyUat he es judge pmfeisscd the
y for Mr. Lather B. Liadoatot
MmsOalwaU aad this happy couple
ty
aw tffl death .do
ha
SltodosJet.
received by the friends
at Oslsmhas andOsiiiln
NewTsrkOh, ssmeemeiBsT the asnrri,
Bgeef her aamghtsr,
MseOofilatea.toDr. Bert
aad thto they weald ha MMHama"sf-
tor the let ef Nsvsmber,- 1H7. at New .
West lMehStreet N. Y. Oky, Mm. Msy-
eta m sho'daaghter ef Mir.
DnntelJahntoef
Mvsdst OaMila.
mr eenVnheod daye aad iariag
Joha Knfcib sek, sa old tamer of Otear
Crssspceetoct to Polk eoaaty, aad who
ealdhis mm sad toteade to Uve tos
Taxes, was over to Ool-
stetaiaay toedtog hie
that ha has oeossssd so loeg, within the
or tifcti thai laashmsai rsadar
isde ssoeeyloteof ii, to the
ssomthaaathird of aesatarythat ha
hashesa to Peek eoaaty, aad we rsgr
toase the old tisssra teavtog. Polk
eoaaty looses oae of im beetoitissae aad
JCmHaldaFanlkof Stromsbarjr
oathe
wsy to visit with Jadge Saaadsraaad
fssEJlystOstomkns, aad wfll go tram
there to visit her brother aad frisads to
Osssha, aad from there to the aortheni
partof theatate, aad will likely stay a
flsoath. aalamaa they ssy. Tto bleak
loaf should be tamed ap to her,
wfll pall oat for her Stresasbarg
the Deputy
bar position to
away
laate Jla. 9.
aT. Lssmsssrketod hiapotstses to
OolnsBhas tost week. -
Mr. aad Mm. B.A. Paillipe visited
frieada to Osssha last week.
Jacob Qerber wwChaarieg bafledhey
to Oolambae lest Satarday.
The Mtoms Louise Budat aad Ida
OpplisBKnse vieitias; frieada aad re
ktivena Omaha,
aTa.4-
Mpued a ear of fat
hogs to Snath Omaha Monday.
r RsnoUl wdotog
good work ea tbnroaonv Hole
Xtocisnmdiwffwaetef town which is a
r.--ar:
viaitia Oamhs,
Wfll Gadeke wsssUsncUngtothefi
white they were abseat.
Mm Oihe
cshdraB ef Deavar, Celo , arrived Friday
vWtias; aV the home of their
uaele aad aunt, Boyd aad Miss Jeauie
Dawaoa.
D. PI Dwaegue aad wife retaraed last
Wsdeesdayttomthsir visit to their old
sobm to Intend, where they spent the
mar. They report a ametisse,hat
woaldaotoare-to ssske their horns to
try agato. Oa the return trip
they cease through Montreal aad others
potototoCsaade.
la.1.
oa reate oae am busy
ig.
George flselsld waa at Osssha last
Okas Madam aad wife were iaOol
bus test Satarday.
Bora, last Saadsy, October ,to Mr.
and Mm, John Ahrene, a son.
Bead overseer W. T. Eras see beoa
doing aosse maeh aeeded work oa reate
Most of the farmers oa the route are
diswtosjtasir potatoes this weak. The
quantity ia not large, bat are all good.
Dr. Oaralsassa was at Gerhard
Losshss tostSatardsy dotos; sosse work
oa a Issrse'a foot that had basa eaegged.
Meaya mat Adolph Groteteue-
thm week with his boose ssoviag
oatftt, Bsovtoff aosse boikliage tor Mr.
retaraed tost Sat
urday from Wolbaoh with hie stock
cattle, whtoh hove besa in hie posture at
leataHe.S.
Fred Bsrgmaan waa a eaUeratthe
BarteUe home Saaday.
Mr. aad Mm. John Blohm visited to
the Grand Prairie neighborsood . Sun
day. Bar. aad Mrs. Hiteisger of Ptotta
Cshtorworeoaltem at the Sssfsld
Moaday.
aBhnxmaad Mr. a
stteaded the fonoral of
Kllia Saaday.
A amrry party of yooni
phnwaatto eatortotoed by Mms
Fall BMiHaffia aboat
thorn is but little thraahaag to do yet.
Nearly all ef .the potatoes have
party at the
vuawne;, a
larga aambsr of yoaaff f eahs ef the
Mr. and Mrs.
by the
ef Joha
aadisaoto
sBjpnBksnjsn-BSjmakaa
9J h enm
koth-uxBrftwr
aaGotsiat
4
Til SIWaTisr-
ewlHsWasiW
feifJS Hi
' VvriSalS
it the time of
to do your
CsOl aisdi-e m before
bayiBf yovr work done
Bfr WO CBB smum yosj is
tazoper
Pollchok t Oa
BmseuejoaMs)sto
JndxeT. H.
from bto triptonmelisjs, B.T,
he attended ths aatisael eaasmsw
a? the Grand Arssv ef the Bmssm.
lie. Tie say that he enjoyed thO trip
would be nutting it ssfld, ssBew Teak to
hie old aosse istsse. Wnfle thaea too
oae of
ell
otbetofftheeary
Oae of the pretttest
aew muoiamnea
at the
of Mr. aad Mm. Oharlm A. Beetos oa
mWamaBmBBBW BBMBffgBBJB ggM; BBy BJ aasVp ameFwa
aeeordfaff to tan ritual ef the
teslwere Mam Lstitta
Dr.
Mark T. ateMahoa, to
ef the
Biata relatives
fees, the happy yooag ooaple took the
of
friiBil mesaiii I
aatflheBsssedaway. Ye
kaowa to this city, havtos; speat asset of
nm early manhood hero. He had besa
ployed aa travetaes: ssiessssa for the
ae whslsmls honee hie father worked
ror aao waa eeessoerea eejoocsnorsssm;
young sssa of this etfy. The fuasenl
wfll he held from the home ThsKOday
afteraooa at 2 p, im . Bar. DsWesf of the
Metbodietenareh
wfllbetoi
a a
vMrJ.
Have yea
assa that hntle Bash's
to oar wtodowf Wa are
to give it to the Bttle eiri
of ego waa ettoa nam the ae
the grsessst aasaberef ear
bIbt or loeal edls. Oaatest
90th. TBBttosmesmevwrrHtttosjItl
M love to nave ss is a
tomiaiatare. Itieeai
window. Come ead ess k.-
Mrs. L. A. Ooehsea ia
issprovsBseata ssada aa her
r Uoassrie pattiasTaa hmi
crop of prairie aay.
tor NshmatB.
Gotfried Meyer, who ttvas ea the
StSBger ptoee. has tented the ilpm hawk
fsrss, owned by D. TssmmSrSadispnt- ,
ttogtofaUwasat there.
V Oa aid after
IS.
1907. oar assa
wfll bsotessd
oa Sundays.
M.aCUasrn.
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Ono
Ut
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Oat.
19th. Bvsrybsdymvited.
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