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VOLUME XXXV11L NUMBER 32.
, NOVEMBER 13, 1907.
WHOLE NUMBER 1,87a
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.REAL ESTATE AID UAK.
Whenever desiring iavestmeat
in real estate, either tern- leads
or town lota, it will be to your
interest to eonaalt our liota. We
also have several good dwellings
for rent MOolunrtms, aad it will
pay yoa to come and eee us before
completing year anaageafteata.
Money te loaa ia aay asaounl oa
Fire, Tornado and Accident
Hogs. ft 00 to $4 10
HAHT TEAMS AGO.
Files of the Journal, Not. 12, 1873.
' Mr. Thomas Ryan's new building is
approaching completion. Buildings pat
ap on the aoath side of Eleventh street
namber a good many ia the past two
Mrs. Peter Meyer has presented the
Journal oSoe a pair of Chinese chop
sticks. We have not as yet become an
expert ia the wee of them, and thiak we
rather prefer our customary knife, fork
and spoon. The chop sticks are a curi
osity. Statements are being freely eircnlated
that Gee. Butler will lead the movement
to secure the assumption of the debts of
the southern states by the general gov
ernment. We hope that Gee. Butler or
no other member of congress will take
the leadership of any saeh movement,
especially at a time when the finances of
the country are in sucL- a liepioraole
The news received here on last Friday
from Lincoln report that the grand jary
of the Lancaster ooanty district coart
brought ia a bill of indictmeat against
ex-Governor James, charging him with
embezzling three thousand dollars of
public money, while he was acting gov
ernor of the state of Nebraska. The
money alleged to have been appropriated
by him was that which he received from
the U. 8. government on aeooaat of the
Indian claims of this state collected and
paid over to him, and aloo money receiv
ed by him from the sale of stone of the
Becher. noekeaberger k
veal estate agents, report the following
real estate transfers filed for record in
the office of the ooanty clerk during the
week endiag Nov. 9th 1907.
Jas EBraee to John WBteka.SK SUM
w. wd sum 00
Cath Strantekto Jos Swaatek. pt, VZ Be
81-17 3 w. wd 1 00
B B Dickenson to DaTid Too U7blk
18. It 8 blk 11 Hicblaad Park add.
Colaaba.Nbr. 168 69
O T Batler to H Uockeebanier. Kit blk
6. Smith add. Colaabua."wd. 1250 00
H HockeBbwrcto J T Scott, It 5 blk
C". Becker Subdivision O LSCotam-
DBAWd - leW Wl
blk 3 of Backer Flaes add to Cehm
CMGraeather, BeftoWm Barber, aw
w 9-18-4 wdead ZWOOO
TbosIWaBtoHrBakeBhBB, nw lt-18-1
w.wd 'une oo
Bom Fillmaa to M Campbell, Be aw, nw
ae.part a as J5-18-2 S23B60
JtBreaer to J OBmmell.pt kail 12
blk . Smith add. Colambaa.wd 1388 00
Caw Bochalto toSobt JTato, nw oC 2-
Jsg Ct vJPB llviv A3
Deraatnaalan, total tsbU SO
5 firm moHfasna fled $ML380 68
4 hum morteagea letoaaed.-... 8.768 68
lBceaate wfSiW ou
lcftj mortgage released ZfiBQW
Iacreaae 680 00
Total iacreaae 8U.M0 00
Thanksgiving chinaware at Grtya
Hot Chocolate with
Whipped Cream for
Hot Coffee and
P0ES6flw BAKERY 4t
Next week the Golambns Brewing
Oompaay will begin the extensive im
prove onte on their plant, which they
have been contemplating for some time.
The saost important of these beiag the'
installation of a modern refrigerating
plank The praaeat, baildtng will be
enlarged by the addition of; a aeooad
story oa the soathwest portion of it,
whiofai will be used an a fermeatiag and
packing' room. .The portion of the
building occupied by this at present ia
ia the cellar, and will be need for ad
ditional storsgerbom, which' on aceonat
of the increasing demand for the pro
duct, the brewery baa long been in need
of. The refrigerating plant will be in
stalled in the present boiler room, and
in order to sapply the extra power a new
eighty hone power boiler will be' in
stalled. Three thoasand dollars, worth
of new oak storage tanks will be ajaokl
in the cellar, and all thepraeeotmnchia
ery overhaaled." The improvemenui will
cost in the neighborhood of $16,000, and
'doable the present capacity of the
brewery, which will be 40,000 kegs year
iy. Another improvement, which any
be made while the present ones are
aader way, is a dynamo to furnish power
and light during the day.
At the North opera house the talented
yoang actor Elwin Strong and his com
pany of players will open a three alghta
engagement, Tnnrsday, Nov. 14th. Mr.
Strong, who is a finished actor, has for
the, past two seasons starred ia Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and will this sea
son present n repertoire of standard
plays, still retaining Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
Hyde as his feature bill. The Goiumbaa
pablic will no doubt be pleased to leara
that Mr. Strong has secnretl asbia lead
ing support this season the clever actress
Miss Kathrin Dale, who ia a Golambns
giri. Miss Dale has made rapid strides
ia her profession, and Mr. Strong ia for
tunate in securing her aervieee. This
company carries its own special eot aery
and electrical effects, so that each play
presented will be a complete prodactioa.
Refined vaudeville will be introduced
between the acts, doing away with
tedious waits. The plays selected for
this engagement are as follows: Taers
day night the beantifnl 4 act comedy
drama "The Night Before Christatas.''
Friday 'night the rural drama, The
Winning Hand," and Saturday night the
great play, and Mr. Strong's
piece, MDr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde."
The first case in Platte county
the new pufe food "law was ap before
Justice O'Brien Monday, the defendant
beins Carl Roche, proprieter of the
Spring Greek Creamery, located eight
mike south and one mile east of (Trenton.
The state dairy inspector, H. H. Howe,
made a trip to the creamery and seoered
evidence that section 16 of Senate File
No. 64. known as the pure food law, was
being violated. After some eorrespond
enre with County Attorney Henatey the
complaint was filed charging Carl
Roche with operating a creamery with
out a license and the case taken before
Justice O'Brien. The case was settled,
however, by the defendant paying all
costs and taking oat license. From thai
action it would look as thought the pure
food law will be enforced, as 'it should
be, and those who have not complied
with its provisions had better not lose
much time ia doing so.
' November 22 promises to be a day
long to be remembered by Columbea, as
that is the date seleoted for the laying
of the corner stone of the new Youeg
Men's Christian association bailding.
The exercises will be under the auspices
of M. W. Grand Lodge of A. F. and A.
M. of Nebraska, and they have iaseed
invitations to fifteen sister lodges, the
civic and fraternal organizations of the
city and also the pnblio schools to take
part in the exercises. The building of
the Y. M. a A. by the citizens of Goium
baa will mark one of the important
events ia the history of the city, and one
that will be of lasting benefit. The
committee in charge are doing every
thing to make this a gala day, and as a
suggestion it would be a good pha to
make this a half holiday, as the exercises
begia at 1 p. m., in order to give every
body an opportunity to either witness, or
take part in the exercises.
About seventy-five Platte county
teachers attended an interesting teach
er's meeting at Platte Center last Satur
day. The program and papers were
appreciated by teachers and muoh inter
est shown. As this was the last teaeh
era meeting to be held during the in
cumbency of the present county saper
intendent, L. H. Leavy, a namber of
appropriate resolutions were passed
which he may well feel proadob Dar
ing his official career Saperintendeat
Leavy has won the respect and esteem
of all, and many expressions of regret at
his retiring from the office were heard at
the meeting. The superintendent-eleat,
Prof. Lecron, was present and
ing the acquaintance of the
The German M. . church of this city
will aooa have their new parsonage, as
xagaia street ana wasningtoa a
completed and ready for
xaja, wun ueir new church represeats
a property value of about $400l The
sssmbsiship ia about tweaty-five, with
Bev.Johanacn in charge and Rev: Jacob
Ziaascksr local helper.
Wait for the tig Piaaa Sale
dafiBg NeTeatber aai JMeeai
im Ntrth efera heaae. .
Dr. Lnmehas Oocalkt and aarist.
Dr. W. H.
People who get results advertise ia the
Dr. a A. Alleabarger, omce ia new
8tate Bank building.
Miss Daisy Cash, of Albion waa the
gaeat last week of Mrs. E. H. Ohambers.
Mrs. M.J. Kelley retaraed Monday
from a abort TMit with Norfolk friends.
Rev. Maaro waa a Llaeola psssssger
over the Butuagtoa Taesday saoming.
Our entire China Dent, will be made
a premiam .dept. for the' moath of
Mr. and Mra.D. Sullivaa are the proud
parents of a baby boy, who arrived at
their home Thursday.
Mia. Boy Fierce, of 'Omaha is visit-
iagatthe home of her mother, Mrs.
Erast k Brook are makiBg some im
provements and additions to their prop
erty oa Olive and Teeth streets.
The local reeietrar' report civsa 12
deaths and 14 births for the month of
October, in the city and vicinity.
Your tarkey will not be tough bat
tender and juicy if roasted in n Reed's
Enameled Boaster 3 sixes. Graa'S.
Mrs. H. B. Bobiason and daaghtertre
turned from Lincoln Monday evening,
attar a few days' visit at the capital city.
The Missus lira and Eva Hanger of
North Bend were guests over Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Curtis.
I will care hog cholera ia its worst
stare, and heaves ia horses. No cure
ao nay. Will beat J. J.Burkao4aceon
Saturdays. W. F. Dodoa,
FOB SALE Household goods, eon
sisting of sideboard, folding- bed, small
beating stove, msttrssses and other use
f at artioles. Mrs. Carson, 1720 North
Phil. Echols waa taken to St Mary's
hospital late Thursday evesing where be
underwent aa operation for appeadicitis.
He ia getting along aa well aa could be
Mm. Carl Schabertaad little daughter
Margaret retaraed home Saturday morn
lag from Baker City, Oregon, where they
had been visitiag with relatives during
J. J. Barnes attended a sale of thor
oughbred Daroc hogs last week in the
southern part of the state, returning
home Saturday with four flee ones that
Not saying much, but still doing
business. Ladles treated with due re
spect. Courteous treatment to all.
Twelfth street Shining Parlor. Den 0.
Mrs. Otto Herman aad son, who have
been the gaeat of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Kaufmann for the past few days, re
turned te their home ia Stapelhuret
R. 8. Palmer the tailor, dean, djee
and repairs Ladies aad Gents clothing.
Hats cleaned aad rebloeked. Buttons
smade to order.. Agent Germaaia Dye
Works. Nebraska Phone.
Mm J. F. Ktrkpatriok entertained the
ladies of the Degree of Honor at her
home oa East Thirteenth street Thurs
day afternoon. Befreshmeats were nerv
ed sad a aeseral good tiaM was reported.
Prof. William 8weeney, director of
Baffalo Bill's Cowboy Bead; passed
through tiie city Monday afternoon from
North Platte on his way to New York.
His time will be takea up from now oa
in organizing his band- for the ssasoc
You may select your premiums from
oar entire China Dept. during the month
of Dec. each coupon being worth one
Between thirty aad thirty-five friends
and neighbors of W. J. Voas, planned a
pleasant sarprise for him last Friday
evening, the ocaakm being his thirty
fifth birthday. Cards and social enter
tainment were the order of the evening,
aad a lunch waa served.
first of last weak W. A. Green
bought ' Barney McTaggart's transfer
buiinsM. For over thirty years Mr.
MoTaggart has served the pablic con
tinuously, and we are pleased to state
that he will eoatiaue to make this city
hia hbsie, although he intends to spend
much Of the winter in travel.
.Mr. -Harry. Draker arrived here from
New York last Wednesday morning to
join hia wife; who has beea visiting her
aaat, Mrs. Arnold Oeblrich, and they
departed the same afteraooa for Sioux
FaUs, South Dakota, where they will
remain with relatives antil after the hol
idays, aad will then go to Vienna, Aoe
tria, at which place they expect to reside
ia some talk of the Uaioa
iaotslliBg a large dyaamo at this
te be used for lighting the
gar aad freight depots, reund-hoaee aad
other bufialaaBj, aad nlae to take care of
the nhsigist of the hetteries fta the
htoak snyasl ayatasa. The oomnaay have
heeeaae each large ceaeamen at eleetric
ity that this atove is eomtemphoed in
SuVaa aVua aaafaaW V uMluBWuBBYe
My Entire line
and a great many other goods, in
1 order to reduce stock, with the al-
iiUBM) iueaui retiring irum inuoor
business as soon as stock, ean be
sufficiently 'reduced to find a buy
r for the whole stock Watch
my wiodows for bargains.
Jeweler & Optician
Farm Lands Are
still at a bargain
Join our next Ex
m. it 1907
Ton wjll not be
P. 0. Block, Columbus, Neb.
Dr. Neumann, Dentist 13 St.
Table linen nets at Gvavy'a
G. B. Prieb, painting and paper
Fust-class printing done at the Jour
Wanted Girl for general housework.
Mrs. F. K. Strother.
Dr. DT. Martyn. jr., office new Oblum
bas State Bank building.
Dr. L. P. "Carstenson, Veterinarian
both phones 212, Columbus, NefaC
Chaa. Segelke, jr., was up from Omaha
last week visiting with the home folks.
You will not feel embarrassed carving
the Thanksgiving turkey, using one of
our carving setts. Graa'S.
Superintendent Conn and Miss Bertha
Sobupbach attended the teachers' meet
ing at Platte Center last Saturday.
The Union Pacific has put in a public
crossing at Cayuga station, to accom
modate John Wuethrichand Mr. Erb.
H. J. Alexander of near 8tockville,
Frontier county, was here on business
Monday, returning .the same evening.
Mrs. J. E. Nichols, who has been
visiting at the home of A. W. Clark, re
turned to her home at Omaha Saturday.
James Novels left Monday evening for
Nampa, Idaho, where he has mining in
terests, and will return in about two
The home of P. N. Stevenson
placed under quarantine Tuesday awn
ing, his littie daughter beinjr sick with
Seed's Enameled Roaster roasts meat
aad poaltry without wasting any of the
aataral juices. Requires no attention.
For Sale Haraeassbop doing good
pawnees, also shoes repair ahop in con
nection. . Call on or address Peter Man
tar, Moaroe, Neb.
There will be a camp of Royal Neigh
bora of Amerioa organized Thursday
evening at 'the, K. P. halL All appli
aaata are rseaested to be am hand.
Joseph byslow has commenced suit in
district court against David aad Wax.
Joseph to remove the cloud from the
title of an acre of land. Syslow and
the Josephs are neighbors In Joliet
township and their farms adjoin. For
many years a dividing line fence nan
been recognized as the point where- the
two farms join, but 8y slow claims that
this is not the true line, but takes ia an
aore of his farm, which the Josephs lay
claim to and have had the aae of for
many years aad he has been excluded
therefrom, also that, the aotioa of the
defendants fins impaired the value and
saleabUity of his farm.
The local grain and livestock dealers
are buying whatever is offered, but pre
sent prices are not such as would iaduoe
the farmers to sell. During the last
few days the prioe of wheat has been
advancing, but on- hogs the market ia
very unsteady. One of the 'dealers ia
live stock started to boy the other
morning, on a market that waa reported
steady, but before noon he received a
message say iBg that hogs wete twenty
five cents lower in South Omaha. -
All pure linen napkins at
only $1.60 per dozen.
District court will convene No
25, and among the important
cases is a cattle stealicgoase from south
of Genoa, Abraham Larue, Mike Kash
and Mike "Sak being the defendants.
One of the most important of the civil
cases ia the one in which the Monroe
Independent Telephone company ia de
fendant and Miss Emeline Lawrence is
plaintiff. Thuisthenew trial granted
by Judge Beeder after a verdict had
been given the plaintiff.
Obas. Cue of this city waa before
Judge Ratterman this week, charged
with adultery, the complaining witaeas
being Daniel O. New aad the woman in
the case Mrs. EkneNagle. Cue was re
leased on $500 bonds and the case set
for hearing Tuesday afternoon of this
week, at which time a continuance an
til Saturday was taken, aa some of the
important witnesses are in Iowa and
cannot reach here before that time.
Bf cker Bros, of Grand Island have
opened up n new music store in the
Landon furniture store, and will haadle
a complete line of musical goods aad
pianos. The store will be managed by
Henry J. Becker, a former Columbus.
man who is an expert in this line and a
thorough musician. Aa soon sa more
room can be secured they will add to
their stock and make it sa complete aa
The decision of the Chicago-Denver
roads to shorten the time of their peas.
enger trains between those two cities,
placed a new time card in effect oatfae
Union Pacific Sunday. There were but
two minor changes, however. No.. 11
arriving at 2:50 a. m. instead of 3:02 a.
m. twelve minutes earlier, and No. 12
arriving at 4:13 a. m , eleven minutes
72-inch pure Irish linen in bleach da
mask 95o at CrMsyeV
Joseph 0. 8chaefer and Mary K. Olmer
of Humphrey; John Hollats, Platte
Center, Johanna Purer, Humphrey; Bam
Eschler and Bosetta Thaer. both of
Columbus were issued marriage
by Judge Ratterman the last week.
judge performed the ceremony for the
last named couple,
John Bader an old time citizen of
Columbus, now residing in Cripple
Creek, Colo., waa here renewing old
acqnaintanoes. During the big strike,
which occurred there fouryears ago, he
was an eye witness to many of the
bloody scenes that took place there.
The grading of Platte street from
Eleventh street to Seventh street has
been completed, and the gravel- for the
railroad crossing has been unloaded, ao
the street will be opened as soon as the
remainder of the old depot ia taken
G. W. Thompson of Petersburg
the city Tuesday with hia little
George, who is taking medical treat
ment, and will be operated on for appen
dicitis at the hospital next week.
The south wall of the boiler hoase of
the Columbus Roller Mills is being re
built in n very substantial manner, which
will finish the improvements made by
them tbia year. ,
Wait for the big Piaaa Sale
during November aal Decem
ber at B.W. Haley's Hasic Store
la North opera house.
Miss Nettie Curtis of Chicago arrived
here Monday to visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Curtis. She intends to
spend the winter with them.
The residence of William Hewitt, on
Eighth and Olive streets, wss quaran
tined for diphtheria last Saaday. The
case is said to be a mild one
Superintendent E. B Sherman of the
Kearney Industrial school returned
home Sunday after a few daya aojoara
in Columbus. v
Every coupon is worth one csat aay
.where in our China Dept. during the
month of December. Graaj'S.
Mesdames E. HChambars, C. D. Ev
ans and J. J. Sullivan were the gassts
of Linoola friends the last weak.
John E. Balloa, city carrier No. 3 is off
on hia fifteen days vacation visitiag
at Platte Ceater.
Thaakagiviar liaeae at Graa'S.
a 8. EaetoB of Cambridge, Neb
hereon business this
ia aU Dsaertmeats
' G. M. Hall, rural carrier oa N 4 ia
takiag hie aaaeel fifteen daya leave aad
John Brock, the bonded aubatitate, hi
sarryiag Basil oa the route.
. Jterya Hawser, little daughter of Wat.
Haaesr, raaidiag aaoat tea smUaa south
of the city, broke aa arm lest week by a
simple ausstep, failiag over oa the
Mr. and Mra. James Coltoa, of K
aey were the. guests Saaday at the
nosae of the former's brother, Mr.Fraak
Coltoa aad family. Mrs. Col ion retim
ed Monday to her' home in Kearney
while Mr. Oel'oa returned the name
BMrningtoLincolB,wherehe ia receiv-
tag treatment for rheumstnwn at
Paul Coraila, a nephew of Mm Arnold
Oaalrich, who was operated oa forap-
pendieitiaat St. Mary's aoaaital about
two weeks ago, ia getting aloeg cicely
aad hia recovery ia assured. After the
operation the doctor ia charge of the
osae had grave donbU as to the possibil
ity of the boy's recovery, aa the ease waa
a very bad one.
It ia understood that the Oolambae
meat markets are contemplating going
on a cash baawia the near future. Thia
step ia made aecsssaty by the fact that
all the packing, oystrr aad fish bouses
are adopting n cash settlement rule, and
the farmera meet be paid ia cash for
their hogs aad cattle. While the meat
markets an in every way williag to ac
commodate their cuetoaasra, they feel
that the bardea of carrying' accounts ia
too muoh aader present conditions.
There was a sew jewelry store ia Oo-
lumbua last week bat it career waa
abort, three daya beiag enough for
them. They rented the building west
of Carl Froenael'a and opened up for
business last Thursday Banning, aad
sometime daring Saaday necked up aad
left the city. Those who know aay they
disposed of goods for much leas than
coat, aad eeemed to be aaxioae to get
ridof their atook at alasost aay figure
They olaiaMdTaeoma, Wash, waa their
former rcajdoacc, aad but very little is
known of them. The following relating
to the above is taken from the Omaha
World-Herald: Where, oh where, is "M
Bloom," and $1,200 worth of jewelry,
phonographs, and other good thinga
bought from the Omaha jobbers? Re
ports from Winnipeg late thia afternoon
indicate that he has beea arrested there.
"M. Bloom" arrived in Omaha about two
weekaago and said he had beea in busi
ness ia Taeoma for asverai years, bat bad
decided to locate in this part of the
country. Commercial agencies showed
that M. Bloom had n gUledge commer
cial rating in Taeoma. Ho decided to
locate ia Columbus. - He rented n suit
able location for the $200 stock that
besaid he had brought with him from
Taeoaw, freshened up with the goods he
waa receiving from Omaha. CLL. Shook
of the Shook Manufacturing company
had visited the Bloom Jewelry store in
Taeoaw, aad thinkiag that he" knew
whereof he spoke, gave the stranger a
first class recommendation. The jobbers
gave him aa abandanoe of credit. The
"M. Bloom-of Columbus at oaca got
busy.' He landed about $L200 worth of
Omaha staff, buying from the Nebraska
Cycle company, the Shook Manufactur
ing company, the Midland Manufactur
ing oompaay, the Byrne k, Hammer
Dry Goods company, C. A. Williama aad
the Columbia Phonograph oompaay.
He began business Saturday last.. On
Sunday Mr. Shook dropped in upon him
got $50 in payment for gooda already
delivered, and then left himaome more,
makiBg n total of about $400 worth of
jewelry dropped by that firm. Then
came a break in eonnaotioaa between
the Taeoma Bloom and the Colum
bus Bloom. The commercial agencies
were unable to reconcile reports, and
finally a wire to Taeoma brought back
the information that the M. Bloom there
waa still there, and in business. The
victims of the Oolusabua Bloom Moaday
morning proceeded to close in on that
gentleman. But they were a few hours
too late. For Sunday night, he had
caught n train out for the north, after
strippiag his store of aU of its portable
contents, and checking them oataa bag
gate. But it ia believed that the right
man ia now in jail nt Winnipeg, together
B00 pounds of baggage. It at said he
had played similar triokaia Los Angeles
Tucson, Denver, Sterling, Cola, Laramie
El Paso, and Winnipeg and St Louie
School in the Thomas district
beea dosed for a abort vacation.
The Summit church baptised eight
new con verts in Clear Creek last Satar
The marriage of Frank 8waatak aad
Mary Iwaa occurred last Wednesday at
tha home of the bride's parents.
H. M.Toakinson of Kearney aad A.
Kinsman of Beaver City are visitiag
their cousin, Jan, Kinsmsa, thia
Frank Jarecki returned last Satarday
from Baath Dakota, aadreporta that the
lead there aaata him vary welL Heaays
the portion of the eonatry he traveled
over liaa thirty uules wast aad dae
aarth of Grand Inland.
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isfaction; if it does not,
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Druggist on the
Lirt af Jirars.
Following m the Hat of jarera I
November term of district coart:
Frvd Lucky, First ward. Colambua. .
H. Wieemaa. First ward, Onlumttue.
Henry Bea, First ward, Columbus.
J. Doersch, First ward, Columbus.
B. Engleman, Second ward. Columhaa.
, John Peacek, Second ward, Columhaa,
Fred Eliss. Third ward, Ootasabaa,
aw. Freeman, Third ward, Columhaa,
J. F. SeiuM, Third ward, GetamBua.
John Kotlar, Colambua townehip.
Wm. LemmermaB, Orestoe.
aw. Potter, Creatoa.
Max Gottberg, Shell Creek.
H. D. OituMa, Grand Prairie.
J. O. Blodgett. Butler.
George 8oheidel, sr., Lost Creek.
Joseph Bender, Graavilla. '
Herman Wendt, Granville.
W. A. McWilliama, Moaroe.
Fred Ball, Joliet.
Peter Morten, St. Bernard.
Joseph W. Currier, WoodviUa,
Samuel Hendichaoa, Walker.
At tha lift teaeaL ,y
The schools will be closed November
S3 and $ on account of Thaakagiviag.
Miss Buby Biokley visited the Omaha
schools last Thuraday aad Friday,
the two days granted teachers for
ing other sohools.
The diphtheria has practically
sided aad pupils are retaining to i
From the present iadioetioaa there
appears to be no necessity for
Thescbools have been invited to take
part ia the layiog of the corner atone of
the Young Men's Christina sssiii iitinu
building on November 22. As yetne
action toward accepting the invit
has beea taken by the board.
The normal ckss will have their
examination on November M, ea nl
MDjectn oomptetea to awe. TBe qm
tione will be the county examiaett
qosstioaa, aad the examination wiH
ooaducted under the direetioa af
High school superiatendeat.
Beau Be. L
Geo Heaggler sold a beach of fat
A majority of the farmera oa thereata
have finished haskiag com.
Miss Nellie Deninger went to Msihasn
last Friday to visit friends.
The carrier's family was qaaraatiaed
foramall pox last Satarday, aad we are
Theeom stalk disease has made ita
appearance on the route. John Warde-
man Saving lost two head from
effects of it.
Miss L:zzie Loseke returned
last Saturday, after haviag her
treated for blood poisoning. The iajur
ed member is getting along nicely.
We have the agency for the
famous Manning Underwear, the
best popular priced Union Suits
on the market Prices in meae
from $i.W to $4.50. Prices in
boys' from 60c, 76c, $1 aad $15.
la two piece ganaeats we have
a spleaoid lias ready for yc
snectioa aad raagiaj
from sue to $2 50 a garment.
early while the sizes are i
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