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VOLUME XXXVliL NUMBER 30.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1907.
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Files of tbeJoBraal October 29, 1873.
8. L. Barrett k aboat to erect a sew
building on Eleventh street a few doors
eaJof the Journal offios. to be aseu aa
Two huoterslrom West Poiat, while
oat hasting the other day, killed a bhb
ber of perfectly white prairie chickens.
They are the rat white prairie chiekea
we ever heard of or read aboat.
We hamblyeaggeet toouroitixeaa the
propriety of iaaporting from Howard
coaaty a very alaable dog reaidiag
there, who aiakee it his busiaess to
watch for' fires. If acooanta be tree, he
wnald aiake a good fire watehataa.
Aaaoag hie list of aecoaipliBhBiBBtaw is
Trains oa the U. P. paaa thia poiat so
hastily that we aeldoai laara the char
acter of freight or paaaeagera. ualass de
atiaed for Colaaiaaa. fferJaam froai
the Bee that asfaral cam mi teaaad
twenty-three of. cattle cease hi freat the
west II oaday ereaiag last. Froai the
aame paper we leara that the Union
Pacific Transfer traia oa last If oaday
saoraicg was a very heavy one, eoataia
ten coaches full of psuaengera.
A ire broke out Monday ia Mr. Kich
ael'e f urnitare store, ia the abseaee of
Mr. Weaver. The alarm waa imaaediate
ly givonbyMr. John Haber, aad the
ire waa put oat by him. Aa the wind
waa blowing a brisk gale oa Moaday, it
the Are bud got under headway, it coald
sot have been stopped antil it would
have done a great deal of damage.
Every man, woman and child who baa
langa and a mouth, should, ia ease the
alarm of. fire ia given, immediatedly set
ap a cry that would spread the alarm all
Fritz Haerzeleraad Frieda Laedi
married at the hoaae of the brides' sister
Mrs Paul EjBfli, oa Monday afternoon.
NeuBMrkw. performing tae cere-
ay. Theweddwg was a qaiet
only relatives being present
Five marriage licenses were issued by
County Judge Batteraaaa the last week,
aa follows: Fred Staab aad Margaret
llereheBhaa, Columbus; -Patrick D.
Powers, Hasan E. Abta, Columbus;
Frank Thelen, KatberiaeGikdorf,Ham
phrey; John Kuta, Abbb Iwaa, Daaeaa;
FritE Huerzaler, Freida Laedi, Col'
Ac noon aa the stone arrives the
Masonic grand lodge of Nebraska will
my the corner stone of the new T. M. O.
A. haikKag. Everything ia expected to
b ready ia about tea days, aad the
ionasina will be nude a public day. The
fearteen ledges aad aodeties of the city
aad fourteea Masoaic lodges from other
paiata, hasidss the aahoal childrea mill
participate ia the
Will Buy a High
this week. 12 per
oeot distount on all
Flush Robes from
$3.00 up. '
L W. Wum
The Aaaaal Coavoaatloa of the Epav
eopal CHergy of the dioeetvof Kebraaka
willite held ia Grace church at Colam
has from November i to 8 and will he
attaaded by aboat thirty priests. The
opaaiagee vice will be held on Taeaday
eveaiag.Nov. 5th at 7:30 p. when the
whea the eenaoa will be prearhed b
the Right Reversed Arthur L. Williams
Nebraska. Oa Wedsssday awraug
there will be a choral celebratioa oftbe
Holy Commaaioa, 8 o'clock at m hich the
bishop wOl oafeiate aaaisted by Dean
Beecher aad Rev. Canon Bell On
Wednesday evening the Ladies Guild
will serve a banquet at the rectory in
hoaor of the bishop aad clergy, at which
theaaembers of the Meaaetab aad otben
will be iavited. The, Ceavoeataoa will
close oa Tharsday eveaiag with a. great
MJs ioaary arrviee. The eembiaed
eboiiB of Oolambaa aad Schayler ' will
reader the music and addresses will be
gives by the Rev. F. C Taylorof Alaska
aad the Very Beveread Dean Bode of
LaraaueOatbadraL After this service s
reeepUoa willbegivea at the rectory
to which the geaeral public are iavited
Following is the order of Ooavooatioa
baaiaeas aad the clergy aad laity of the
various charchas ia tbecity are eordially
iavited to attend.
The aboadoaing of the Uaioa Paeifio
freight depot this week removes another
of the lead aaarkaof Columbus, and one
of the aaost iaterated spectators to the
change waa Col J.R. Meagher of this
city. The old building was pat ap ia
18K, aad baa been ia coastaat aae ever
siaea, for a period of forty-one years.
Mr. Meagher, however, was aot appoint
ed agent natil 1872, coming from Julea
barg,Cok(andaaeeeediag W.B. Dod
dridge, afterwards general aaaaager of
the Miasoari Paeifie. Mr. Meagher
oooupied the old atatioa dariag the
balmy daya of western sattlesaeat, whea
every eamigraat to the aorthwestaaload
ed at this poiat. aad they oaaae ia by
the traia load, aad the receipts of the
offiee reached the earn of $137,000 par
moath. Oae year from September to the
first of the year Mr. Meagher billed from
the old depot 300 car loada af wheat,
consigned to Toledo, Ohio. Ia 1878 the
the structure was too email to traaaact
the baaweaa ia aad aa additjoa waa
built oa the west ead. This saaaoad oa
Ul 1867 whea the prtasat pamiagar de
pot waa projected, aiace which time the
old stracture has served aa a freight de-
pot. Ia 1879 Jay Coald, tee fsmoaa
financier, aad Sidney DUloa, apeat the
aaost of oae day iatbe building.
Ia Platte oouaty the coatee t for district
jadge appears to be nude solely oa the
bssaa of giviag a fat job to local repor
ters, entirely ignoring the qaestioa of
the good of the public aervice aad the
qualification of the jadges ia detenaia
iag their election. The repabtieSB
eaadidates for dietriet jadge ia thia dia
triet are both clean capable men aad de
eerviag of the support of every repabli
caa ia the district and the party ia
Platte county ought not to forget that
ia the peat the other eouatiss ia the
ia the district have loyally stood by
Platte oouaty nominees for the district
beach aad that their eaadidates now are
entitled to their full party etreagth ia
Oa Taeaday BMraiag the Uakm Pacific
freight depot was aaoved iate the new
brick depot, which has been completed
for some time, bat oa aocoant of the
tracka aot being laid coald aot be occu
pied. Ia the new building are eoaaodioaa
oatom for Freight Ageat Doaglaaa aad
his aasietant, Fred Gerber. In additioa
there ia a private omce for Agent Brown,
which also contains Road Master Wadea
desk. The sheds and store rooma are
ample to take care of the freight aad all
an aagsBH nta madeia keeping with the
it of business handled.
The claim of the Oolambaa Telegram
far eapport for George H. Thomaa aa
diaUict judge on the gronBda that he hi
a home aaaa, will acarcely appeal to the
ettueae of Platte oouaty agaiaat John C.
Marthm, aa Mr. Martin waa aa early eet
tlaria thia coaaty where heaMrried aad
has aaaseroaa relatives bow living, aad
who Eaa always beam ooaaidered a Platte
couaty aaaa. while Mr. Taoaaaa has never
opeaed a law omce ia Platte oouaty or
eatabuehed a eeparate reaidaacethereiB.
ie-ia. saitiag at Gray's worth ap
to 90c only 48c
Regarding the fiaaacial aitaatioa hi
thia city, the beaks are takiag care of
their caatomers aa aaual, and protsctiag'
theaasslves by aot payiag oat earreacy
oaeheoka or drafts that wiU take the
aaoaeyto other towaa. Aaamher of
the railroad laborers who weredmcharg
ad preseated certificates of deposit oa
Freaaoat aad other baaka aad asked for
the earreacy. These were refased, bat
were offered New York ezehaage, which
weald be quite as conveaieat for
whea returning to Earope.
Aa item ia the Omaha dailies of last
concerning the death of Father
Kelly, "the patriarch priest of Nebraska,
wfll bring back memories af long ago to
maay Columbaa eitixsaa, aad especially
these af the Catholic faith, as ia 18M he
bant the first church of that
lie feet the fret ehnreh bailaV
Mr. aad Mra, W. IL
Un. Paul aad:
Dr. W. H. Stater.
Special' priees oa salad
Dr. a A. Alleebarger,
State Bank building.
F.T. Walker left for
Friday oa a baaineaB trip.
Frank Schilz aad family Saadayed
with relatives ia Hamphrey.
Orajr the puce you eaa gat the
aeweat taiags out ja Jadaes salts.
Mrs. Was. Brewer leaves Satarday for
Lincoln where aba will visit friends for
Mr.aadMra. Frank Radat are the
proud janreata of a baby girl, wba
arrived at their tome Saaday eveaiag.
Prof. J. R Alcock, repablioaa candid
ate for saperinteadeat, was ia the city
last Friday ia the iaterest of his eaadi-
For Sale Haraces ahop doing good
bueiaeaa, also ahoes repair ahop in con
aeotioB. Call on or address Pster Mna
ter, Moaroe, Neb.
I will care hog cholera in its worst
stare, aad heaves in horses. No cure
bo pay. Will be at J. J. Bark's omce on
Saturdays. W. F. Dodda.
Mrs. Geo. Loahbaagh returned Friday
eveaiag from a weeks visit with f rieada
ia Omaha. Geo. went down Wedaesdsy
aad accompanied her home. .
JohnC. Martin, one of the republican
didates for District Jadge, will be re-
membered by maay of the old aettlera of
Platte county, his early home.
O. L. Manaaaaoa aad J. J. Welch of
Moaroe township were in the city Isat
Friday and Saturday oa bueiaeas coa
aectioa with aettliag aa estate.
TbeEpworth Lsagae of the M. E.
church will give a HaUowe'ea eocial in
the eharch parlors Friday evening. A
oordial iavitkm ia extended to the pablic.
Not aaying much, but still doing
"Ladiesreated with doe re
Coarteoaa treataaeat to all.
Twelfth street Shining Parlor. Daa O.
KaPakmer the tailor, ekaa, dyes
aad repairs Ladies' aad Geate elothiag.
Rata cleaned and labloekecL , Buttons
aaede to order. Ageat Genaaaia Dye
Works. NebraattPhoae.- - -
Mra. A. W. Clark eatertained a aam
barofherfrieade8atardayafteraooBin hoaor of her sixtieth birthday. Gaaaes
were played aad a luncheon waa served
at five o'clock. Maay useful preaeats
Miss Bertha Cover delightfully en
tertained a number of her frienda Fri
day eveaiag. Music aad aa old fashion
ed taffy pall afforded the amusement for
the eveaiag after which light refresh-
ts were served.
Under the aew law the District Judges
are allowed their traveling expenses,
actual aad aeceaaarily expeaded indis
posingbf jadoial business, sad as Cen
tral City-iawilhia one bour'a travel by
rail, a litigaat at Columbus would suffer
Boincoavieaceby the electioa of Mr.
A.E. Priest, sapet i iaor from dietriet
No. 4, composed of Joliet, WoodvUle aad
Moaroe towashipe, has aaade a record on
the coaaty board that his constituents
eaa be proud of, aad hia democratic
ooUeagass have, recognhied bis ability
ia a aubataatial aaaaaer by giving him
ae of the choice appointaaents.
' Work oa the gas 'plant has been pro
giaaaiBg rapidly danag the aloe weather.
The gaa hoaee has been practically com
pleted aad theeagine placed. The large
steel taak for the credo oil has arrived
and will be placed ia position in a few
days. The contractors expect to have
the plant ia operation by December 1,
the time origiaally set.
The McTaggart ease was up before
Police Judge O'Brien last Friday' and
took up the greater part of the day.
The resalt was $25 aad costs aad a $500
peace boad for Barney McTaggart aad
$10 sad a 0100 pesos boad for Tom Me-
Besidea the fines the court
are coaaidteable, and takiag every
thing into eoneideratioB, it was quite aa
-Tto recently financial flurry in Wall
attest, which affected the Uakm Pacific,
respoasible for, laying off the aaen
buildiag the aew aide tracka
to the freight depot, and also those who
were to work oa the proposed switch to
Bworka. The tracks to the freight
wiU ia all probabiUty oooa be
ipletad, bat the track to the gaa
will have to wait.
Dariag the aavea daya of October,
hna MiHaiht fVtohtr 19 antil wniA.i
eight Oeteher It. the Colambaa post
ofitee haadlefi ieB79 pieces of out going
mail, divided aa follows: 6$3 letters,
2,89 posts! cards, 1,507 aewspaperaad
3,145 piscss of other maU. Thia coaat
for aavea daya waa kept aader iaetrae
tkmefrem thedepartmsBtaad will form
part of the report la ooagrtmat the
nemnmiBB reaerttamas alight week aad aot al
that passes threaga the eases.
thsa, wadiiag relatives here for aame time, left Taea-
frisaaa at Fart ilay sveaaagasr MitehiltnTshr.aad ether
Why is Jt? I
Whea people wish te re
member eosae frieadwkh
aoaae tokea ef esteem,
they aaturnltyexneet the
aaost auiUble artialaa ia a
1 This IsWhy
Because aowhere else eaa
they obtaia eaeh daiaty
peal to the artiatie eeaes.
It effera opportanities for ' "
tbe indulgence of pet
Oar etoek la alwaya ready,
to the poiat of complete
ness. We reaaest aa ex
amiaatioa of it, whan in
interested ia pressats
ao matter for what oeoa
aioB. E4. J. IIEVSHEa.
Jeweler & Optician
Dr. Naumaaa. Deatist IS St.
Hand painted ebinn at Glay
G. R. Prieb, painting aad paper
Wanted-Girl for general hoaaework.
Mrs. F. K. 8trotber.
Dr. D. T. Martyn. jr., oMos aew Oolam
baa 8tate Bank bnJldiag.
Dr. L. P. GsntHaeon, Veteriaarian
both phones 212. Corambae, Neb.
BeautifalUne of mM dishes at very
low prices this week VQa7a7aV
Miss Ore Beard of Bellwood was
viaitiag friends in this eity Satarday.
For fancy Weddiag 8tatioaery, pro
grama or o,ainngcsrda,aoe'tcau to tie
tbe Journal figure with you.
Paul Gertach and wife, of aorta of
Monroe, were the guests of their dsagh
ter, Mra. H. B. Feaiaaore, over Saaday.
Wm. Boremaaa was called to Albioa
Monday by a aseassge anaouncing the
serious niaeaa of his brother Herman
Boaemaaa.. vVy -"-'-
Ohauacy Hegel went to IsbcoIb yes
terday far a few daya viait with hia
brother Mike, who'ia head clerk at the
Mrs. Frank Stovieek, who has beaa
visiting relatives ia this city for the past
week returned to her homeia Seward
Mr. and Mra. Nate Cannon of Polk
county left Taeaday eveaiag for Cali
fornia where they will aaake their futare
home. Mm. Cannon' ie a daughter of
Rev. and Mra.- Frank Lohr of thia city.
Will My let of Lost Creek township
baa eugaged in the horse bosiaees at the
A. D. ranch near Moaroe. He receatly
purchased three teams of mules aad two
of bones, after diapering of the large
bunch of horses be bought last winter.
Saturday, November 2, ia aoaedalefl
aa Bryan day at Hamphrey, whea the
"Peerless leader" will expound demo
cratic doctrine. A large number, from
tine eity will in all probability be ia at
tendance, and the morning freight will
be held natil 7 a. nu- f or their eon
venienor. Tuesday, evening Oolambaa Camp.
299. M. W. A., held their adoptioa rally
and added fifteen new members to the
order. Among those who were present
were State Deputy Kester, Depety W.
C James, who has been eonductiag the
campaign, and a aumber of aaembera
from other camps.
There will be a vacaaey for the office
of justice on 'the democratic ticket ia
Burrows townebp. Alex Vols, who has
held that position aad was a candidate
for re-election, was given a promotion
this week by bis employers, the Omaha
Elevator company, and moved to Elk
horn, Nebr., to have charge of their
elevator at that potato
1 1 Pfiischs Luch Rfffihi 1 1
Hot Coffee 5c
Ham Sandwich 5c -
Fresh PampkiB Pie...5c
Freeh Ctanaason Rolkugc
Evsrs Satarcai wt Will
ffUVS a CmaMlB sals.
Tsakee Peaaat. 10c
Aagel Food Tai....10c
H H Coagh TaUetB...10c
Assorted Chocolates... 30c
Toa will alwavs fiad oar prices
eqaal to aay ia town, if anf hattai
CITY OF FREMOKT,NItJL
Gao. F. Wots, Mayor
Frsaaoat, Nehr Nor. 1, 1907.
Tothevetersof the ttxth Jadamal Die-
Mr. Ohm S. Abbott of Dodge ssaaty
ma candidate for electioa as daa of the
jadges of the dmtriet coarl of the Sixth
The voters of your eoaaty have aot
the acquaintance with Mr. 'Abbott that
the people of hia home eoaaty have, aad
ia as mashes I have had exceptional
opportaaity to kaow him aad his naerits
I feel that I should address you.
Mr. Abbott baa been city attorney of
Freaaoat for foar aad one-half yean,
aad ia bow eerviag his third term. Aa
mayor I have been throwa ia direct con
tract with ah.
Ia thia city of tea tboneaad people the
legal affairs are maay aad varied. Mr.
Aabotthea performed them with uni
form impartiality, aad he has at all times
had the full eoafideaea of the mayor aad
aad other omeiala of theoity. Ia the
htigatioa the city has had ia the dietriet
Saprsms aad Federal coarts he has heea
alaaoet aaiformly aamiiaaf ul, aad iatbe
iaaaaaea of improvement bpada aad the
levviag of special asseiamaata, both re
quiring extreme teohaioal handling hie
reeorde have been' approved by the ex
pert attorneys employed by eeetera boad
aadiBtaadisshsrgeofhis duties does
so without hesitatioa whatever be the
Gaa F. Wolx, Mayor.
The High school basket ball team will
play the Hamphrey High school team
next Satarday at that place, immediate
ly after the ekwe of Bryaa'a epeech.
Amoag those who attended the euper
iateadeat aad priaoipala msstiag sad
visited the cityscbools at Lincola last
week were Superiateadent Conn, the
Misses Bedaar , Hoassholder aad Dar
row, Mrs. Theeaaeea and Prof. BriteU.
The High aettfbl waselossd two. daya ia
order to permit them to attend tbe meet
Prof. Huatemer waa ia Omaha Thars
day aad Friday of laat week, iaepeetiagj
tbe maaual traaing departaMat of the
achools of that city.
The botaaioal departsaeat has heea
laaavaeibrtaaadditiaa nf forhytwo
slides for aee iatbe stereeeticoa, dlas-
tratanf the hahita of growth aad pro
pajatiaa of tweaty typical pmBtaia the
Thia week aada the second asoath aad
are busy makiag ap cardi aad
J. F. Godekia ia haviag a telephoae
put ia this week. ,
Aboat the best field of oora oa the
route beloaga to J. F. Godekia. Itia
yielding forty-five busbele to the acre
ana tae qaauty m ane.
Last week we forgot to meatioa the
arrival of aa elevea pound girl at the
home of Mr. aad Mrs. A & Krammad.
Fred Bereade aew home m receiviag
the finishiag touches, also the homes of
Wm. MasoB aad Peter Lutjeaa arahaiag
Owiag to the bad weather the gather
iag of the gewea cereal has beaa sas
peaded for the present.
The first oae to fiaish haskiag oa the
route ia Nick Adamy.
James Jenkineon and family aad
Richard Jeakiasoa aadfaaailyof Colaav
boa were at Moaroe last Sunday attead
iag a family reaaioa at the home of D.
Peter Sehmitt has pat ia a aew head
at hie mUl dam, and placed a new $300
steel aeale, besides other improvemeate.
John Randall, whohaa beaa road over
aser oa a portion of route 3 for the last
aeveral years, is bow a candidate for
township road -overseer, which oaVaal
baa charge of all the roade ia the town
ship. Dariag his term aa road overseer
Mr. Randall baa saade an enviable re
cord, aa he has alwaya endeavored to
maJataiB hie roade ia the best condition
possible at the least expanse. He has
alwaya perforated his work faithfully
aad takes a peraoaal pride ia eeeiagthat
the roade are ia proper eoaditioa.
Oolaaabue towaahip c a well be assared
that ao mistake will be made ia ptaeiaa;
Mr. Baadall ia charge of their roade, aa
hem aadeabtedly the right aaaa for the
Mr. aad Mrs. Heary Kleaver an ex
pected hesse Wedaesday from a viait
with their daughter at Glaaville, Near.
HaaryKIeavar ia ba3diae; a aew milk
hoaee aad cistera. The milk hoaee will
have a esaseat four.
Joha Seharff shipped a car load of fat
lambs to Soath Omaha Moaday.
Mr. aad Mrs. L. F. Eby have' beea
viaitiag their daughter at Grand Islaad.
Mn. Shy returned Moaday aad MrShy
D. E. Bray departed Satarday eveaiag
Three HaUews'ea parties an bailed
D. D. Brayssad the other at J. C.
forthaaaadhiUv,fora haaL He was
aeeempsaied by Auguet. Wagaer aad
WfilkaT af9laWM9aaVBVhaBaW- -
AagaatDehrtaryahespaiaimlisiof tT , .YE .
heps to nth Omaha mm .madNr. W Ale Afate IW iht F?
Peter aad Joaa K. Dahlsasdt sMpsed 5 raWM t
akmdofcettm Wedaeaday. j I ' '
AndrawAadsraon and Aadrew Peter- f-T1y t,,,7,,.!, , t '
aaaairamaamalcadaf fataattleS MXM llllaVW t
aadoaeaariaaalof hewe fjoaa IJadaav t, . w . W
mmmm mmummmtj, v
Joaa Swansea aad fasaUy, Fred Nord-
sad family taak dinner with A. I
" is Vtfir - "
ww mm iiwmu vd M ooaf
Cora iathe hail dietriet is taraiageat
all the way from almost nothing to
tweaty beahele per acre. The average
yield will he somewhere aear eight to
tea bushel to the acre.
lembera of .the Geraaaa Lataeraa
chareh oa Loseke creek, who live at a
distsace. have patap a substaatial storm
shed for their hones dariag the water.
waSe the owaera are atteadiag ehareh.
Gerhard Losk waa hauling htmher
from Biehkad aad buildiag a large
Road Overseer Krumlaad ie doiaga
large amoaat of good work oa route 1.
Read Overseer Wm.Eraat has deepea
ed the ditehoa the mile east fi
old aheep raaeh, eo the aarplaa
eaa be carried away. Thia improvement
has beaa Beaded for aoaae time aad Mr.
Ernst ia to ha an
laato Sa. .
Ed. Straek haa bailt a aew bara.
Geo. Galley expects to build a
corn crib as soon as he can get the
psatere to do the work.
Joha Kata sad Aaaa Iwaa wee mar
ried at the Oataolie eharch Moaday
aeoning at aiae o'clock.
Road Overseen Wm. Eraet aad Was.
Morgan an doing aoaae good work oa
the roads oa thia roate. --
The home of Jacob Grar
aader uuarsatine Wednesday,
Utile bob Carl being afilieted.
Frits Jasggi, who haa beaa here for
iaome tiaae lookiag after his milliag
mteresta. left Taeaday saoraiag for
Omaha, aeeompaaisd by H. S. Baboock.
' Mrs- J. W. Oartia entertained a few
of her frienda Friday afternoon. A three
eouree naeheoa waa eerved at foar
o'eioek after which varieasgnuMa ware
played, the prise wwaen beiag MmJ.
B. Curtie aad Mra. J. H. Baadall.
Laat Tharsday aaoraiag the authori
ties closed St. Francis Academy oa ae
ooaat of aeveral cases of diphtheria !e
velopiBg aaaoag the aoardiag pupila. . At
pressat then an five mi d cases, bat tbe
phyaiciaaa ia charge thiak they have
the disease aader ooatrol and the aehool
will eooa be re-opsaed.
Waa. J. Neamaa haa beea eaa of the
aapervisoraef this dietriet. He has at
tended to the duties of the omce well
evaa to the detrimeat of hia owe affairs.
As he has served the oouaty well, he
shoeddbereturaed for another term.
Thia ia aot hia first term n that capacity
sa he was elected from another towa
ahip aad with credit.
Then will be a special msstiag oftbe
board of sapervisora Tharsday of this
week to coasalt with the eoaaty com
Biiasiosersof Polk eoaaty, who will be
here 6a that day. Uaderthe aew law
the adjoiaiag conaties an required to
bear part of the expense of aaaiataiaing
oa the eoaaty liae aad the eom-
of Polk eoaaty expect to
reach an aaderataadiag. Sofar Butler
oouaty, which ia also liable for a por
tion of tbe expenee, haa aot respoaded,
but aa they have a similar ease with
Oolfax oouaty, aad tbe asatter ia beiag
settled ia the eoaita, they will ao doubt
await a decision.
He Was Interseted.
"It was ao nice of you to see me
borne," she said.' "I hope the trip has
not been very tiresome to you."
"Oh, no. aot at all. not at all," he
replied. "Ia fact. It has beea rather
"You cannot know how glad yoa
have made me. Do you really meaa It.
Mr. Worthwads? I shall be delighted
to have you call at any time. Caat
vna come over to-morrow evening? I
felt the first time I ever saw yoa that
we were destined to become -
"Excuse me. Miss Oldua. I am afraid
yoa didn't quite understand. I have
foaad the trip interesting because I
supposed we had the moat foolish ad
vertisements ia the trolley can out
oar way. I find that the ones ia these
can sre evea more fusay especially
the rhymed ones which the advertis
ers have composed themselves."
Thne and tax. Have Changed.
Mea aowadaya are ashamed aV
solately ashamed of teaderiag to
women aay of the little delicate al
teatioas aad courtesies taat ia the
past eadeared them to womaahood. A.
ana now raises his hat to a woman
aot ss a tribute to the sex, a sign of
respect aad observance, bat saore as
the eaforced fulfillment of aa irksome
defy. Where are the graceful curves
aad fioarlahea of the hat, the step
back, the deep how aad courtly smile
af the Mvaataeath, aay evaa the eight
eenth century? Then It was a tkasaia
to meet a'maa hi the street; oaa felt
sway of sex. Who Is sow iacHaed
to sckaowleage a hideous
aisntlat toach of a hat
This Guanntee Oftrfa
Thif pvfiptntkm it
ffiannteed to aat
wfactiori; if it does aot;
come back and get yoar
money, it belongs to
Beeher, Hoeheaherget k
real estate ageata, nport the
real estate tnaafan fised for
thaosVeof the esaaty clerk
weak eediag Oat. Jfith, 1S07.
Hcfa Wnrliaiaa te Wa
MB Watts teKgfeM While, wesw.a
1 DLyaehteThMV leash, at aw M
V8 w ed ;
laosF Leash tePC
Aufastleiaaaam te Gam V
raftas7aB8iB hat .
AiMKMkl..(WWMk,it al aiaaa
w" aataaFaai aaaVa o
OOBsraaam Lmmwa LassaVm. has
Miss Bertha NitsehefJ
oa a vast te the ham
MiasIdelOicett visited Man
Gerhold last Satarday.
LaM Tharsday the ttriemen
of rieiag baptised eeveral aew eeaverta
byimmeniMMCIaar Creak, hi J. W.
John Spriak marketed 1
aad Taeaday of thia week,
Cora haakiagaas heea hi fall bleat
the last week.
loeoeef wheat Taeaasy.
Joha Paproeki is haJHiag a i
Friday moraiag. November!.
eu, in Grace eharch, than wiHbe are-
quern eeleoratiea of the mely
maaioa for departed aaaashen
friends of the ehareh. The ass
viees will be held oa Saaday, News
3th. Dr. Westeott anil
aaoraiag aad eveaiag
Series R" of the Columbaa
Loan Building Aaaa., ia
eabscriptoa of etoek. Payaaeato
Nov., l$07. For partieulan sea
secretary. H. H
desiriag to take
lessoaa will meet at the Man
Satarday af teraooa isat aad af
on Nov. 2.
'We have the agency for the
famous Massing Uaderwear, the
best popular priced Uaiear Oaim
oa the saarket. Prices ss aaeala
from $1.10 to $4.50. Prieas hi
boya' from 50c, 75c, $1 ami SllB.
a apleaoid Uae ready for year
from fOc to $2 fits
early while the sises an
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