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CtonjoUdated with the Oolumbcu Time April 1, 1904; witti the Flatfo .County Argua January 1, 1W6.
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VOLUME XXXV JUL NUMBER 2&
OOLUMBU8, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1907.
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The Uaioa Panilc express traia atari,
ed from Oaaaha oaa day .last week with
If teas carloads of
The hunters have a good tea ia thls
vicinity, jatt now, .ia aaootiag wild
geese, dacka aad eaickeas, .which appear
to be pleatifaUy.
Aaweeping prairie ireweat of. the
city, .ea Saturday ereaiag; detitroyejl
quite a aaatber of trees- for W,JU Oali-
awsy, aad cane aear buraiag Mr. Fras
.The large new brick acbool hoase
heiag pushed forward by the work.aaak
with omaaMadaaia rapidity. Jadgwg
t mat the progress already aiadat the
walla will be completed before the bad
weather cosies. ' j
i Front Warn. OoMa, we lean, that Geo.
prairie Are, aboat 150 baahela af wheat
is stack, 25 toa of hay besides setaMe,
etc, The fra was aavage' aloaff the.
valley. Mr.' OoMa relates that once he
was aarmaaded by the Ire but'eztricat
edhiauelf bybaraiaga track through,
whiob, with hat wagoa aad child escaped.
Wat. Ripp hasahowaBaalatterroBi
. a Obicaga eoeiasiea aMrehaat. wader
dale of October 7, 1873. ia which he
aaya. "Cer8f2 iaepecta Na l.eighe.
Bottada to the baahal; had is the
heaveet wheat, by oaa 'foaecl, that haa
hmo received by the C. AN. W. R B.
this year." It was raised by Jos. 8wJth
on the table lead north of Oolaaibas
At the High Ichati.
A' wireless telegraphy aparatas has
Fraf. Ooan aad a aaatber of the teach,
ars expect to attend the .aseetiag
aad priactpals at.Lia-
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A. E. Davidsaafi head, of the agrieal
teral acbool at the State aaivaraity, was
hare Taesday aad gave a talk ia the
High aohool oa the valaa of agrioaltaral
education, aad what it haa done ler the
state of Nebraska aad the wast.
The biological departsseat, ia.
. iag for plaat aad aaiaaal life.
a formation they were unable to classify.
They f orwarded it to the State aarveraiiy
and Dr. Ward writes that it is aa satire-
ly aew iipeoiaien of alga which has aot
The irat aaatber of the lecture coarse
last Tharsday ereaiag was well attained
aad the eatertaiameat plsSssd the ajadi-
ladaMttoaa are ravoraoie
to warraat holdiag the
iaatertaiaawata ia the North opera
house anetead of the High aohool gym.
Oora is dryiag up very fast aadeora
U picking will aooa ha ia faM
1 J. W.Palawr is;bufld4aa
; aad Joha Swaaaoa ia deiag . the work.
I. E. Anderaoa lost two cewa aad
aosae calves froai aatiajr alfalfa ia the
teld last weak.
Great Johnson sad Jeha Swaaaoa
. sauppedaaarloadoffat hogs to South
Oaaaha Moaday eight.
There was nite aa iatereat takea in
I the cancan last Taesday oa aecouat of
the new road ovarsesrtoba
I jast about a fall houee.
heaa qaate a bit af
railroad talk ia Walker township the
last few days, aad if it is' kept aa I per-
i aaass wa will eeea nave it ta
8eriesR- at the Oalamhaa Lead,
LBaaAnwaanBBff Aaaa, is aawepeafor
saaawiplsa af atask. PaymsBts hagJa
Nev.l, ltw7. Far partieamra see 'the
Ssontary, H. HaoaYBaajta.
Tbeewdit of Moariair taw aaaaal io
vaatiaa at the Natteaal aaaodatioa af
Baral;Fra DaKtarj CarriaiafortBWBa
a 1908 ia daa to Mm. Bath Ai Kanyoaof
Maaroa, Naa., and 0ptaia H. B. FaU
BMrNaABtaMatar atOwaa. Mia. Km
yoa, who aaa'beaa a awaxberof taa rtral
earner force riaoe the aataljliabaai of
the systep ia Nabraaka, was in Oaaaha a
few waaka ago aaroate ta Atlaata, Oa.,'
aa a dakajata to the aatieaal eoafeatam.
8he aalled apoa Oaaiaia Friaer to
eeare hit aanataaeaia locating the eoa-
saatioa ia Oauae ler 1908. OapUin
Palaaar aacceedcd ia intereatiag the
OoauaerBial club ia the aiattar, TiaiUag
the clabwith'Mta. Kaayoa. The alab'
argad her to try for the ooaveiUoB if
IKpaibJe. bat was a little akeptieal ahoat
heraaosaajL Thare.ara 50,000 ratal free.
delivery earriera ia '5tha eoaatry aad the
Uatly iaeraaaiat. The
to arias; at lsaat
10,000 atraagerp to the city. It will he
held early iaOdUar, 1908. -OhmU Bee.
Suaday awraiag Henry Bagats.-n-caived
a telagrsai froaTTonatville, Oft,"
sayiactbat his daaghter, Miss tillje
a aaf surprise to1 the taauly as
she was expected hoaw thia week, ac
eompaaiedby Dr. W. H. Evans, who
was. to BMet Iberia Salt Lake. Miss
Ragata has been ia Oaliforaia thia awnW
BMraadher frieade hoped the caaage'
would beaeflt teruri untU tbe tete
giaawaivieeejveBmpposaor she "was
iatprTiagr afc .Bagatrleft for Califor
aU. Suaday axHniag aad Dr! Evans was
also asked to goto Oaliforaia, 'and thay
expect to bring her.to Cloianibaa.as aooa
ia able to traveL. A telagraBare-
ceired aiace Mr. Bagatza departariaaid
nhewasiatpraviag;' ' - - ! J
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9mm ftmidniafct Oetobnr 12 until aud-
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aigwt uetooer w every piece or aaaii
that to seat oat of -the Coluatbas posp
oMoeakaatbe weighed tbe;siaoBBt; jf
ataatps or postage paid, 'oa it;taken toto
accoaat aad made up ia a report. ."This.
iaoaeof.taa reauits of theijctioa the
kBpacTeaatfck ragndisg . JLhs jot'
oMce departmeat, ia aa-aadeavor to rjr
daoe the cost efit to the governmnajt
Besides this every. oMce has been weigh
iag mail niece July I, aad will eoaUnae
aatil the Ant of the year. Duriag
October a special United States weigher
has beea at the Union : Pacife depot hate'
to weigh all mafla. The eoauting far
dae week iaoladaaaU post omceiia tie
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..V . : J-sl1?" amaaajaj..B.iJ .JLaUB
wyaar ana nw m wvw
Mendny, after aaillnem -of about fodr
mouthe, aged 26 years. SbewasborBa
8witaarlaBd aad came to this eoaatry
withlier hasbaad about a year ago' lb.
caUngat Stanton. Ttey caaieJtothJeJ
city ia Apru octnis year, ner aaaonnn
being employed in C. A. LaU'aahoa
factory. 8he leaves besides berhaW"
bead two boys, aged four aad seven
years. The faaeral was held from the
Catholis chafch Wedaeaday. boraing
and the burial was in theCataolio oamiet
' H.H. Savage. a traveliag man from
a gnest of the Thurstoa hotel, 1
withaa aooideat Taesday anorqiag
that wffl lay Wm up for scene time. , He
was goaag-to the depot ahoat 2 a. m to
iaqaire aboat No. 11, aad when in front,
of BaschmsaTs reetaaraat ha stepped oa
to what ha thought was the' board walk.
Bat he had aot reached the. walk' aad
aaatead stepped off the edge of the side
walk aad feU.breakiac -his legbetweea
the lease aad aakW
i Joht Wittka leaves Wedaeaday for aa
extended visit across the .water for. the
purpose of rjeoeflttiag his health. From
New York he goes to Genoa, Italy, aad
then through the Meditertaaeaa to
Aaatria. After a atop at Vienna be wUl
goto his old home, which is a abort'
Bnatsace from there and remsis there
aatil next spring, and then return to
T i -
Good old -Ben Davis" ia not suah a
bad "ieUow" after all. Always accom
aasaaaaaa; as aa emergeacy. This from
ArliBgtoa, Nebs this year, abort apple
crop, proves the saarrtioa: "Apple plck
iaa; is ia fall progress ia this coaaty.
Mast et.tha. varietiea are a light crop and
the pries is high. Baa Davis apples are
the heavy bearers this year." Bally' for
OhrisBienzof the GroetU BetgkW
hood returaed last Friday, from Tiria
Falls and other potato ia Idaho. &is
aoa Fred ttvrn aear Baal. Idaha, aid ia
doing aioely. Mr.BieuwasweHplessd
with the eoaatry, and aayathat if he
were a yoaager ama he would be tsaipt
ed to dispose of his Platte eoaaty hold,
iage aad BKve there.
Dr. 8. D. Mercer, a pioaeer physhWa
of Omaha, aad well kaowaia thiseity.
day last week aad his faaeral
Sanday laat. Frank Shaa of
thi place Kved with the doctor's family
for maay years aad thiakiaa; it hia duty
toward his old-time friend made the trip
- Mam Stella Kummer was delightfally
asmttasd by a anmber of her frieade
Saaday evaaiag who gathered at her
east, ltth atreetto help (her
st a leas hoar. All araseat
la the little girls
ta Oct. It, the tisas af ka
Beaatif al Tafiiaa,. aik tC(y'S.
Dr. W.H.' Slater.
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Ask to i
all your frieads"at the
plaid, siasa at
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- Dr. CA.,Alleabnrger,
Sute.Baakbuildiag... ..; ..
baraar for -sale. Used two wia-
ten, call Neoraskapaoae Black 104,
Bora, oa Saaday,- Ooteher 8, ta Mr.4
andhlra. W. H. Bsahsm. a
Plaid ailke, Friday aad Satarday flc,
.7c88cl. t atCrrtvy'g.
LSrbbernaeti aadlr CHadr of Omasa
ware iathe city oarhBiisiss -last
' 'Mrs; George Lesmaa'depai
day for Paretvaj,: Iowa, wham she W01
viait4alativea.- . J. .:..- .j-. .. t
Crrmy have tbe 'moat up to date
liae -a ladies rtcaka aadatta-iB this
part of the state, w. '; z...
Hies Matilda Sswider speat Saaflay at
noa:rf Mim Elkw Eraat, ia tie
DnBcaaaeighborhopd. - ,.. .. t
Mrs. "-Joe- Henry of Big- FeHe, Wya,
is vieiliM ti homeof . her pareata,
Mr. aad Mrs. .C.. Hammv, t.. ; .fc. ... j
Aadrew Erb of Ceatralaty apest
8nodayia thia city at taa noma -at. his
BUter.MraiJ.C. Burites. ,,, ui. 1 1
I Maw.FlorsawtWhitmoyar. left Thar.
day fpr.KjBBSB.aty, where afe wUljviait
relatives for a short time V
The.Hiaaas Bertha aad Miaaie Glar
speat Satarday and Saaday at tUe home
of E, J. Ernst near Duncan,
Mrs. WiU Hai returned to her
Norfolk last Friday evening, after a
with home folks ia this city.
' I -irt
0. L. 8tfllmaa ,ol Laad, S. D arrived
list. Tharsday to look after basiaaar
matters aad greei am Oolambia friends.
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J -3 a "J
of Platte CaBter and
of Newauta Grove
are aew acaaeeia as taa uommerc
aollege. ' ' ": ,' '"'
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'Mia. Laaretta Ormamlv aao! Mim Km-
Us Quian, bothef this city, hare catered
sermai cojiegBwtn . i-. i j"
.Ha. J.- a Tafaay retnraed Moaday
from Onawa,. laws, where saw lawi beea
i .l. twut'w
Bound Oak 8teel Baage. Mostjpop
lsr 'steel raaga asW ia Ootambu.
hy Mim Margaerite. Dirkaaad.Dr.A.
Hsiatx, were callers at the home of
E. J. Ernst last Saoday. !
I will care, heycholega ia its worst
stage; aad heaves ia Isorses. No cure
bo pay. Will be at' J. J. Bnrkababe oa
" O'Brien From will be the aew Irm
which'wfll ojpea ap aplaBt&oram' aad
ahiaiBg patlor in the Saley baidiag ia
Twelfth street aext weak. :
aad bob, who have
the home of her parents.
Mr. aad Mrs. Albert Klag,1 retuiaed to
her home at Otaaha last moaday. ,
; The dance grveawt the Daaeaa hall
by Wdl Ernst, jr.,- and Joha baas last
Satarday, was wait attended. Those
present reported a very good I tisse.
' MrTaadMrs. J. W.DoalaB, who have
beea the gmmt of their aoa G. M.' Dong
las and family for the past few days re
tnraed Moaday to their home ta Bene
dict. - t - -
. FrsakLacaalt,irofBarkatoa,a D
ieintheottythie week visiting his par
ents and other relatives iaaad aroand
Oolambaa. His last visit .here -was
aboat four years ago. ? - ' n
' a: a Palmer .'the tailor, etoea djea
aad repairs. Ladies' aad Geats' olothiag.
Hate eleaaed aad xeblocked. Battona
made to order. ., Ageat Germaaia Dye
ChUdrea's bear akin coats aad eps to
match aay caaor yoarwaat at GRAYS.
The Mama Loatoe Radat .aad Ida
Oppliger, liviag ia the southwest part of
towa, retnraed Satarday from Omaha
where they had speat two weeks visitiBg
with frieade aad relativea.
- Mim Emma Hariow, stsaographic
ta the XwmmerciBl. collage, re-
Baaday evaaiag frem Brooks,
Iowa, where aha was called last week by
who ie reported mach batter.
All lepablieaa prseiaet.eommHtee-
meawbehaveBetas yet tied tlmirre-
oommsadstioaa for jadgsa aad clerks of
slsctioa should do ao. at .aaea, as Clerk
of the Oaart Graeathar wiU have to
airs. nof. w . n. weaver, artery aav-
.' vieit here, departed Satarday
for her.heme m Morriaea, BL,
by.hsr three eaaldrea aad her
V Mia. J. P. Becker, the latter to
bmbb thsredariag the whiter.
William L. Bisttnhir of this oky aad
W mJ.Mm - -- - -m .
. wens married at the heme of the bride
tier the rsags isn ale, nnahk Tf Uraai tTfaad-TTidass
aeosptol arisr daw,Oa.lt.'-TBeywiU ha-at heme
aaaeacemeat, their maay frieade at Calamams
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Where? . Mott anywhere.
If you find that yoa don't I
see iTery- well when -yoa
try it let, as give yoa more
elaborate teste. - TlMra i
.may oe someuung wrong.
jWe can discover it if there f
1 ia and better yeLwe.can t
t care it It itfooliBh to be J
when correction therefor
IB so easy and. so certain.
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U. J. IEWNIEL S
I Jeweler &0pticn-' "S
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Dr.' Natunaia; DeWtkt'lS St. -' - ' '
G. B. Prieb, paintug and paper
hanging. "' ' : '-
People who gat results advertise in the
, - .-..at- -JI . i, Mt.F 1 !
Notice what your friends sayaboit
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-4 . .(j . 1 III J, ! bill f l . M.t
Gome in and see the new China and
Glassware at GRAYS.
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bas8tate Bank building. "
Mrs. J. A. Berkley left Monday for
Greeley, Cola, for a short visit.
Dr. L.P. .Osxsteason. Vetermariah
bath plfcnaas21f, Coiambas, Neb. .
. Iat a-little wake poedle dog.
tara to the Jonraal oMce and received
WatcltiPalaier'8 wiaitm fair
rito frayeraw aai tratlifal
-wa" UJM, .
Have yoa exsmiaed Baokn
aejrs?,.jrjp to taamiButs ta every, fed-
fre.-rCrrmwfJ.. -r. .
The subject, for the services at the
CoagTegatioBal charah. aext Suadaj! will
be: Morning. Hsavea on earth., and
heaven above," evening, MA grain of
Mildred and Raymond .Thompson,
ebildren of tbe Colnmbue High echool
were entertained last' week for a few
days at the residence of Dr:SixU; no
says the Schuyler QuilU. ,
The' Coldmbus Roller Mill owned aad
operated by Gas. Sohroeder was visited
by8ome4atraders .lateThnrnday. ewea
iag aadbram f xtares vaJoedtSt about
Ifty doUara were stolea.. , A largM. braaa
whistle, wiiioh m quite expensive was
r M . a .. fa, . 4 " I . at
Mra. Leopold Jaeggi and daaghter
"Hiss Gertrude returned from tlmir irip,
to SwiUeriaad Friday evening- They
were- accompanied home, from Liacdla
by Mies Hedwigwho is atodiag musie
tnliacoln. Mrs... Jaeggi. repsrts a de
delightfal trip. ,. . ,., ., fc-..
About fifty members of "Ootumbas
Gamp, Modem Woodmen f Aaserica
aad their friends. enjoyed, a smoker at
their ball Taesday evening. Plans for.
the present campsiga for new members
we' discussed and the outlook for n
goodly anmber of additions to the camp
good. ' vV --' '
T: Moersen Martin 8peicher, M. C.
Oalto, Frank Schilz aad Godfrey- Friach
hoB west toSpaWisgMeaday to initiate
a anmber. of caadidates foe. Catholic
Knights of. Aawrica at that place... The
team' speak very highly of the treatment
they received at the hands of the Spald
ing Enigatsund report a very pleasant-
time. " " l - "
A. O Stevens of Monroe was before
tbe insanity board thin week1 oa com
plaint filed by parties from that -place.
Steveashas beea. ia the aaylam .befoss
andattisaes he.beeomee yiolant,hia.eon
dititioa being tbe result of aa aooideat
a aamber of years ago. ' Hie base was
takea oader consideration aatb 'Moaday
wbWtheboerd will act.
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Tawaday eveaiag..a special Pull
traia 'conveying; awlegatss to the anaaal
uaeeting of the National Bottlers' Aaso-
oiataOB psmed'throagh theoityl There
was abmt 140 delegates abaard, mostly
from New T-rk, Philsdslphis, Beatow:
started from Jersey ttty, N. J., aad nm
through without caaage
A large gang of workman are. busy
putting in the switch traeksfor the aew
freigtt depot aad rearraagingtheUBiaa
Paeiic yard. Whoa the presaat yards
areeompieted the local switehJaawDl be
done iatha east aad, sad the tracks to be
builtin the west eadwfll beahle totake
eare af amy traias that- amy tie aphere.
With the layiaeTof theas aew tracks it is
oaly 4 qasatioa of a ahert time aatil
Platte street will be osiBid aad tbe aid
r.n . . . r -. ,, x- v ..
I fmight depot torn dewa, or at
ataeawa aar Fifty Xaaaa naamaa vaaa
omj S'SBnt Avanunms
ef the aast UMhw fsaate
wrNeaaakaJar the paalflyiyaasa,
aomaOeilfjmm theracprdaof the gay.
araamat weather aad from the books
of E. Ia Obilol of HattamoatW.
October 3 will be found to he the
averaga'data. - Thai table has beea
eompiled byDireotorO. A. Level sad.
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A gaaeral. opiaioa prevails that aU
crops liable to be injured by heavy.' kill
iag; frosts mast be out, of the way rather
early Tn September, for' that month
oaiobee the majority of1 fiat ' faUiajr
froem.i Followiag that idea farssers
thiak that corawaich is aot yet oat of
the way .of frost by the, auddle.of 8ep
tember is jb coasiderable dsager. Lots
!of worry resalts from thia adacowoaptioa.
As a matter of fact the oompilatiorja of
George A. Joveiand, United Stetes
weather barsaa --direetor-at Liaoola.
show that the average date for the first
killing frost ia the past fifty years has
bean October 3. And ia the past four
years it has aot cbaie before the teath of
'this moath aad has arrived is bite sis
i October 27.i It will be Beea from the
tabwtbat theearlieat date recorded for
a damaging frost was Angaet 9( ia 18B.
The. aext early date was , in 1903 wbea
the first visit of the frosty loag eame oa
September 13. Huoa daavage raaalted
in that year to the oofa crop triroughowt
tbe state,-siaoe the crop, thoagh goad.
was U rather a belated .stage, Alaige
peroaatage.ef thecropofitae state was
oaaght so prematurely thatit was unit
for market, aad had to be fed to etock
to get a value from it. ,
' Few people know that' there Was" a
geaerat frost over Nebraska sad adjoia-
lag states Taesday eight, Oct. 8 .Vav
ports ,to thewintbrrbasaia aaoaithat
aU parts of: the. state were visited, aad
the frost was. felt by the crone as far
Boati' as the paahaadle of Texas. At
Dodge; ysnsaa, the frost was reported
heavy; - No daWsge was doae however,
only tbe tomato viamaad other senst-
tiv plants baiag bitlaa by ik. .This osol
saap was foUowja a high pressure amm
with perfaotlyelear weather. The aext
Bight. Oot. 9, the high pressure area had
moved eastward aad was over tbe Middle
AUaatic states. Frosts' were reported
over that region on that date.- ' a
A lk.froatwm reported by tbe
weather , observers ; ia . eastern Nabraaka
and ia Borthera Iowa oa September 96,
but bo traoaof it eouid be fouad aear
Director Lovalaad says that the aotioa
of aa early frost being the gsasral thiaa;
has esassd ..maay amasiag iaqairiss at
the weather. bureau. Qee maa UiafaU
wrote to ask if then would be an early
frost, or if the cbaaoes were 'good for
oaa. ' He bad the bay fever, he asidVaad
would leave the' state for a time nakss
tbe oneness of aa early frost were good..
The director told him that if former
years, were, nay valae as a oritsrioa he
had. better go to the ssqaBtaiaa for a
rufcr lead l JOn
- The aew road law which placed
towaaaip ia a ssparate district slao craat
edaveryimpertaatomoe,that of towa
aaip road overamsv SoforthefoUowiag
nominations have, beea filed with the
Shell Creek, Freak Adams.'
Moaroe; D. W. Jeekiaaon.
- Oobimboa, Joha Baadall.
Batler-, Hermaa Erast. '
Biamark, Adolpb Freese.
Joliet, X N. Jones.
" Grestoa, Joha Ganteaaea.
Shermaa, Warn. L-Cattao.
StBernard, Peter' Backus.
Walker, a J. Jacobean.
Lorn (keek; Nick Smith.
DKKOCXAT. ,r, ,
Moaroe, ffn. NaaesL
' Bbell Creek, Jacob Lena. ;
- Bsnmark, Tbeodors Krumlaad. -Lost
Greek, Nick Smith. -
Cisatoa, D. Hollasaa.
Loap, Heetor Bimer.
Ohermaa, Fred Lnedke.
OraaviUe. Frank Hatbmaaer.
St. Beraard. JooKarteabaoa.
Humphrey, Walley Kraaa. .l
Woodvffle, jWmaeter. ' v
Barrows. Morris Laagaa. '' . .
Batler, E. J. Ernst.
Graad Prairie. T. R. Beraada.
. Ia Walker township there iea
filed that way.-
Did yen ass the Dsmenetistion of the.
Bank's llet Blest far soft oaal? It
a teas Beraer beat with the
nil 'll' i.
.: 1 1
dolMhawgakdny. : ' ''
nrn iJBBssm was aaarawnau
awawavwwaaar snnnmm amwaamaBmw
rlera; oa Msaday Oct: tf, to Mr. ami
Mary aad Stella Wemh
, i rj . t i s . :
aTUftm. eamwl mMaVa XtmlA -
. awafvamwaaaa manap, anmaaja sssmsmmv aaawjajum aawaaawawar
4 t 'i I 4i ' J. mi I., a .- --.
ed the daaos at Berthalda Satorday
Mim Miaaie KraggW of IIHaois 'is
kiagthefamay of Frank Stoveaeea
tbJsweek: ' i '
MiwSellB Welch atteaded the se
Rev. Fifar and family of Fismuat are
viaitiag thai .week with Est. Graaea-
t t a. ( 1 lt I
There, was a aaaep laat Satarday eyeaf
iag at' Gottlieb Baektold'a. ' A .good
crowd was ta sttsansscc aad a pleseaat
Mian Lnly Lucky eatertaiaed at her
boms Thursday eveaiaa; ia honor of
as, the Mie es 'Miaaie Krug-
ger and data Geeta. -The evening was
araml to games aad musie, afer which
a three ooares laaehe was ssrved.
While Croatia the.bridge aear Wmi
Gerhold;e last 8atarday, Fred.Cattaa
met with a very serious aooideat:. He
waa'retaraing from towa, where be had
old a load of srata'aad wbea ea the
bridge, which had beea coademaed, it
gave way with aha. ' He a
aaepaoajoae aad fioated dewa
sad wbea be easaeto.wasoataebaak.
Boh horaaa were killed aad
. . .
it Saaday at
. f, i t
Heary Braakaa was the sweat af Miai
Augasta yjeaver oa Boate 4, Saaday. -i
Heary Bhodehorat, areapeete to leave
seoa for Cahforaia to apead the wiaterl
Moaday makiisr aaalioatioa for eitiiaa
Wa. Meake, who has beea aadcr the
sather for tease time, was able to.be hi
towa Moaday. .
Mies Emma Bekeahus went to Garri-
aon Satarday aaorninffto viaithet friend,
Mim Dora Freese. - ... . . ' ,
Fred Biefkia. aad Miaa Mary Kram-
laad atteaded the party at Joha Bakan
The young fotta of the aetghborhood
ea joyed a aleasaat party at the home of
Hermaa aad Wm.
bsnaaa towaaaip, were.maklaf the
dastfiy at U J. Bamoa Moaday.
, Heary Barsman leavea .Thuraday for
Riverdaks Neb., to visit hie brother Fred
panied by Jaoob Backmaa of Shelby.
T. R. Beraada, who is repeiriae; hie
fathera hones, discovered a swarm of
baas ia the roof while tosrisg off the
shiagiee. They smoked them, oat aad
assured a large amouat of fine hoaey.
I af 1
Miss Aaaa Gerhold,
Albert Haha of aear Shelb
graia ia'Colambus Taeedey.
Mtb:H.D. Haha of Silver Greek
in Oolambas lent Saturday.
Kuesxli Bibs, are etilipattias; up kay.
Joha Spriak aad L. P. Haha Basrket-
ed gram Taesday.
Frem rjooaeidcame very Beer lomag a
large aamber of cattle Taesday Baoraiag.
He baa. aboat forty heed aad ass bees
taraieg them into the alfalfa, field, for
oaly a short time each day to getthea
aeed'toit. He did aot thiak the shower
of Monday aight would make aay'difl
ereaee ahoat taraiatT them ia aa4 asaal
bat Tueaday aaofaiag he eooa discover"
edthsy were bloating. Prompt aotioa
aavedaB bat three of hie heard, aa he
Omaha daily papers toll of a ssaal aad
wife by the same of J. J. Header who
were touad ia that dty m aatarviae:
eoaditiea aad.rlsimsd to,be framthis
city. Issjuky, however, failed to locate
aayoae who kaaw them, aad tbe fact
that the maa was able bodied aad williag
to work, bat ceabl aot get iCBakes tbe
story seaad rather improbable.
We fiedthe faHowisc eoacerBiag a
fersaer Colambae eitisea ia last week'.
Alaiea Argna: "Krank Mathews, the
ewnartalsBr; werfced ratheref a earpnsa
oa the' psspls of -Aftiea by geiag aad
gettlsg saurisd aad eayiag 'aotaaaa;
aboat it. We all thoagh t that., be weat
dowa to Colambas to ase his.nbildiBs.
WeU, maybe he did, bat he
pad ajatll be iw.
a was married to Mrs. Alpha
of Jopha. Mow Sept. fAd. They
in tbe Mrs..KilaerB
oa Fifth etoaat. The Aibws ax-
ffMKUw EA ffbll BaKaakm
m Goad as
m the time of year
to do your TWJntinw
CkU aad aw m before
hawiQfijyoor werk daair
as we can aawe yoa 15
to is per cent. -
Black aUks Ate. Tie. IBs, tl.fia, 11.7a,
tt.0 per yard at GRAYS.
A oeaage of pragaam
With .the addWoa of
list of post omcea at whs
med, every eaVe toPlaUa
of the duaet results af
ery,ea a few years egs
mm a ar m "
ia tarn eeamty that h
it of tbe sarviees tosX
aot do a
have all beea amoaataaasd or edvastAi
to the money Order elesa. W
Daaisl Albert, eldest sea af IU
at the family heaae
a llagaiiBg ittoaaa. Bel
bora May m, 1887, at Iowa Vale, la aad
to tarn ettf with bie
Oat. 13. at
19th. Every body nxvitod.
Oa aad after
Ufmaaaf PnaVwat hVanl antaUnaBnaBaaBnYwaL
eaWewaaj aaWaTwaT eBsaj eanraajsBBBBmgaarwg
- A'commsa. etwyeay farm plow
ased ta unloaalng the eargo -of
Aauaoa at Saa I'raaciaea. Tbe satire
hold was tiled wMh l.ee
which had frosea late
aad very hard. Ktploatvea ceaM aet
be ased, aad picks aad
too slow. As a Joke a iystsadsi
gested they betteraes a plow.
captaia, however, dsdasd to try tbe
phva. aad bought a
aad by mesas of a
aad steam whack palled R
forth the length of tbe hold.
plow loosened the. alter aa fast aa a
Mg gang could shovel It tale the eteel
backets. Tale ia arebahly tbe oaly h
staace oarecord where a ship'a
waa discharged la thia
Oae day Emperor
was eaterlag a village to hia
oa horseback sad was met oa Om oat-
skirts by a hatcher who had
ia.aoee, of catchtag: aa, early
of the Aastrlaa kaiser. Tbe emi
asked the hatcher the way to an tun.
aad alter dlrecUeaa bad beea grrea
the batcher ta tara taeatrei: '"Have
yoa asea. Ojs kaiasr?" Tory teesat
ly." answered Fraacls Jeaeph, , MAr
yoa anret Do yoa know him ssrtsla
fyr asked the eager batcher. "WeB.
I ought to."! repMed the
pumag oat ate cheat. 1 have
htm oftea ranagh " "Ah, aad
the court aaraer.' aald the
batcher ;tasjweetrask toaae
doffed am cap aad backed to the
balky horsea aad mad ma
horse sjets'the habR of
might aa weO be takea oat at
No eae kaewa exactly why ha
It to supposed to be agry
isa a md
mad. astoalshed a let of
heiag tried. aB
aad there baa aot' be
far. The bey-aaya the
to aim." aad if It
eare H wiU hi tea bad that ha
S I - - j
I lllockwkOa i:
The Dnaajmt aa aba Cenar 1 1
oiaiio Be attaamedthe paaaaa asaanm
aatil aompillii by ill health to give
Bphmatsmm He was aa alaaast seav
etant eampaaloa af hie fsAheraad toak
great mteraatia hie aiaaii. ato leaves
bemdeahmparaato twa smtevs aad t wa
brethera. The faaeral was saawWadaas
day, being conduBtad by Rer.DeWolf
of the Methedmt aharah. efwaJehae
was a msmhsr.
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