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CoiiBoUdatod with the Columbus Times April 1, 1904; with the PUtte Ooimty Argu Jsnnsiy 1, 1900.
VOLUME XXXVIIL NUMBER 36
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1907.
WHOLE NUMBER 1.88S.
Nothing nicer than,
one of our nice
They make a useful
and much appreciated
present and the prices
are right. For the
holidays we are selling
a $5 robe for $440
and others at the same
discount See them
..... ..... oB
.$4 30 to $4 36
MAJfT TEABS AGO.
Filesof tbeJoaraal Deoenbrr 10, 1873.
Oa the 4th inet., twohmadred aad
fty-miae bill were wtrodued iatoooa
ffrew. Among the aumber wea oae by
Mr. Tyler, to eraut pablieberaof aew
apensad periodical to eirhaaga, aad
pabliahers of weekly papera to aead
withia the count? of pablioaUoa oae
copy there of to actual satMoribeca free
letter t torn Havaaa, Cuba, dated the
Sthgivea the followiag aeeoaatef the
esecatioa of the Virgtaiaa aciaaaera at
Saataigo, de Cuba: -The fear prieea
eta were abot at a place eaade faaKwa by
prerioae ezeootioBs, and iathe aaail
Maaar. kaeelageloaB to thealaaghter .
heaae' walL All aMrebad to the apot
with Inaaeat, BambetU aad Ryaa
bowed auwked eourage, altboagh the
fonaer waa aligbtly affected toward the
laat. The two othera qaite broke down
before they were baadaged, bat the
rest ap to the laat never flinched a bob
eat, and died withoat fear or regret
BambetU aad Ryaa were killed after
the first discharge.
Itieacurioas historical fact that the
pregreae of oivilasatioB ia the wat hae
caaeed the power of oae Iadiaa tribe to
iacreaee. The Skrnx, it not BMre m
croaa than they ever were, have eartaia
ly axteaded their ooaqueat, aad eoatrol
larger exteat of territory than arer be
fare. The Poacaa, Fawaeea aad Beea
were aaable to withetaad them, thoagh
at the date of Oatlin'a joaraeyiaga oa
the apper Miaaoari there were eevanl
tribrs on that river that were rivals of
the Sioax, The Hioax aatioa aambers
about forty thousand aoals, aad caa
aead three thoaeaad warriors oa the
war path. Fortaaately it ia divided la
te hands which follow the dilereat lead
eo that their powet to do mischief ia not
ae great as if Baited. B
To My Dear People:
My auaieterialbrethraa have
w Vke most beaatif al ehristiaa spirit of
fered to supply my palpit duriag my
aeeeaaary abseace. I therefore take
great pleaBareiBaanoBBoiBg that mora
iagaarvicei will becooducted ia the
Ceagiegatkmal oharch as follows: 8aa
day Dec 15th. by the Bev. Mr. Hayes.
8uaday Doe. SSad by the Bev. Dr.
Westoott. Saaday Deo. Sath. by the
Bev. Mr. Dewolf. You are earnestly re
qaested to be preseat at all these ser
vices, that large and appreciative coa-gregati-BS
may greet these brethren
whose lava prompts them to extend this
eoartesy. Faithf ally yonr pastor.
G. A. MtJHBO.
.lAL ESTATE All UAK.
in real estate, eHber farm leads
lata, it will be t year
alee have i
aad it will
t . --
Mtt t t
Maaay ta loan ia aay smoaat aw Z
t abort avtiea
J Hockenberger fc
f OliambenL f
mt 1 -B
Ia nifosig to the oallscl
Mayor Phillips for a oitiaenw
diecBssthe propositioa at graatiag
tweoty-lve year aleotrie light fraachise
to John T. Burke, a large aamber of ra
preseatstive awn of the city amt at the
ooadeil chamber Taaaaay eveaing. The
propositioa waagoae over vary tboroagh
ly and all iatermted give an opaortaaity
to express their viaws. This Butter has
beea before the coancil fo about months
aad the lighting committee aad ooaneil.
by John W. Early, have gone
detail. Mr. Barke olaima
that by iastaUing the jmv ptaat which
he proposes he will effect a aaviag to
aiatty-lve per eaat of the aleotrie light
coasamers, raagiag from forty per eaat
dowa. Streetlights will helesaforan
aaadle power and all airht
aad redaetioa of S per yearioa
the iacaadeaeeat aad $10 oa the arcs for
taw year. This week the committee
madea tour of the. town and compared
patroas bills aader the -preseat system
with those aader the proposed new
system and a considerable aaviag was
showa. One of the oonditons of the
franchise is that the new company pur
chase the preseat plant, which will be
operated until the new one ia iastaUed.
The question of Damping water was also
considered, as thin is a part of the fran
chise, Mr. Burke asking the city for n
five year oontract for pampiag water at
eevea cents per taoasond gallons. The
committee have goee over the onat of
pampiag water at preseat and fled that
it eoata the city almost doable that
aacoaat at preseat for the service.
When the new plant is iaatalled the city
will be obligbed to put ia new pumps
aad ooBBOOtioa suitable for the change,
the cost of which will bh about $8,900.
The aaviag oa the cost of operating the
water plant will mora than pay thia
aatoaat in lam than five yean, aad the
city will get mach better eervios on ao
coaatof the preseat ooaditioa of the
pamps. After the oitiBeas, meeting the
aoaacil aaet and tank np the matter of
thefraaehiae, paawag it to its third
readiag. Ia dealing with thia matter
the ooaacil has asedtbe atmost oare
aadwillaea that the righu of he city
are f ally protected. It has been evident
thataaewaadup to date electric plant
with day power wonld be a good thing
for Oolambas, aad this- seems to be the
opportuaity to eeeare it, aad whan the
ordjaaaca ia anally pissed it will be fair
to betfc4hc ataSnai aad eemaaay. - "
At Norfolk laat Tharaday afternoon
jastas the traia waa pulltag oat the
snager ooaeh oa the Norfolk freight
the aoene of a cold blooded marder, the
perpetrator afterwards taking hhowai
life. Domestic troubles, resulting in
divorce' proceedings were the direst
can. V. B. Nethaway, who did the
snooting, ia well known ia Columbas
aad Platte county having been here off
aad oa for the last fifteen years. Just
before the traia left Norfolk he ap
peared oa the platform of the car aad
after iatiendatiag the passenger, fired
the shot which atrack his wife near the
eye, asskiag a wound that left the braia
exposed. Awoauw companion of Mrs.
Nethaway'a narrowly eeoaped death
from a second abot, aad only saved her
astf by dropptag to the floor of the car.
Aa it was the charge penetrated her hat
aad tore a large hole ia the seatonahioa
When Nethaway entered the ear the
women began to scream aad Conductor
Linaberry opened the door to'asoertaia
what the trouble was. He was eoa
forted by a loaded gun in the hands of
Nethowsy, who told him to go back sad
clone the door, which he did. After the ,
ahootia Nethaway went to the Salter
elevator and committed suicide, Mrs.
Nethaway lived until Friday morning; at
eevea o'clock, before her parents, Mr.
tad Mm. Daily of Ord, arrived. The
Nethawaya leave one child, a daaghter,
of thirteen years, to bear grief of the
The important case oa trial ia district
court last week was the etae against
Abe Larae aad Mike Kaah, charged
with cattle stealing. These parties live
in Platte county oonth of Genoa and the
trial brought maay witaeases from that
town and abb some of the resi fleets of
Loup towaship. Aa there has beea
eome eomplaiat regarding the loss of
cattle ia the pastures near those where
the cattle were killed, remdeatrof that
locality have taken mach interest ia the
oatoome. The ease was given to the
jary Saturday aad a verdict of guilty
was retnmed for both defendaats. A
motion has beea made for a. new trial
aad will be argaed next week.
Columbus Gamp 900. Modem Wood
man of America, elected the following
asBcers for the eaeaiag year at their re
gular ametiag Tuesday evening: John
L. Pittmaa, venerable consul, a B.
Breese. worthy adviser; G. W. PhUHps.
banker; J. L. Brunken, clerk; August
Dietrich, escort, Geo. W. Randall, watch
man; E. J. Nutsmaa, aeatry; Leopold
Pfoth, manager; L. a Yosa, a D.
D. T. Martyn, jr. medioalex-
G. W. Phillip was appelated
tor the iaetsllatiea of
Oolambas camp ia now Bearing ta
three handled mark in membership and
they hope tepees that aamber during
oMeera the first maatias?
TWosseof Mm. Lsm Liflie agaiast Os.sre
thsTrmeef Bea-Har for insursneeee !
theMfeefher huihani is to be tried at
sfusnisBf is eefths sfeerney lur,"1
Iswssdsr. . thessth
7. s ;
I toilet sets at Leavy.
Dm, Peal and Mattes, Dentin!
Dr. LiiMBsia Oconlistand
Dr. W. H. Slater.
People who get reeultsadvertissinthe
Cigars oa ice at the bowUagaad bil
All Wads of Ohristmas cigars at the
Dr. & A. AUesbarger,
Toys of all kinds at the fewest prises
at Bran's, Eleventh street.
Deliofeaa brick iee cream lor sale at
the bowling aad bilherd perler.
Iosercam.ie. sherbet and cahas of
all kinds to order at Jones' Bakery.
Mrs. A. D. Jssesa of Central City
was a Columbas caller last Saturday.
L Hibberasioa of Omaha wa aColam
Dasbmitor the latter part nf last week,
Mr. aad Mrs. Will Rosso left Friday
afternoon for Spalding where they will
make their future
Wienie, daaghter of Mr. and Mrs.
August Dietrich was also quarantined
with scarlet fever last Saturday.
Otto Ernst, accompanied by his sister.
Miss Julia, of Schuyler are risitiag St
the home of E. J. Ernst living southwest
The persosTwho lost the far at the A.
O. H. Dance Thuksgiving sight caa
have the same by calliag at FrieohboJz
The home of H. B. Robiseoa
quaraiated last Sstardsy for
fever the little sen Wsltsr beiagamoted
with the diesase.
The home of Chns.
southeast part ef the city
inedfor small-pox, Mrs.
sflfeted with the
Wait fer the Wg Plaae Sale
darusg Nefeataer aad Deeean
her at R.W. Salej's Mask Store
la Nerth epera hease.
The Union Pacific has pat ia two
pools jusv oott,thps-
Bacher, who has been
visiting relatives ia Logansport, Indiaaa,
and Ohio, for the past stoats retaraed
to her home in this city Friday evening.
Frank Gerears and Wm. O'Brien were
at North Platte Saaday aawstisg in the
initiation of a class in the local ledge of
the Knights of Columbus at that plane.
Theodore and James Coltoa ef Lin
coln arrived in the city Friday evening
and will visit at the home of their bro
ther Frank Colton aad family for
BssJusm in the matrimonial Una at the
county judge's onfee has beea light the
last week, bat oae license beiag issued,
to John Eby aad Kate Miller, both of
R. a Palmer the tailor, dens, dyes
sad repairs Ladies' sad Gents' clothing.
Bets cleaned aad rsblocked.
BMdeto order. Ageat
Works. Nebraska Phone.
Bev.L. B DeWesT pastor of the 1st
Methodist church had aesli to Chapman
on Sunday to preach s funeral
one of his Parishioners sear
Mrs. VanSickls, and the
Bev. Gregory preschea
Oae of the neatest and best gotten ap
circulars sent oat from this city was the
holiday sale ckeular of the Gray Mer
cantile Co., which was printed by. the
Journal tola week. 1 hi sosmthisg oat
of the ordinary and will no doubt being
Gsa was tamed in the mains of the
Oolambas Gas company this weak, aad
those who had service pipes csnneoted
began using it Several of the Dusisem
booses have installed gas for lighting
purposes and it produces a very satis
factory light. ' t
Bev. G. A. Masro, pastor ef the Oea
gregstioBaleharch, went to Omaha Tans
day where he will enter a hospital lor aa
oBsration, and espeeta to he absent for
some time. His host of Columbus
friends hope for his speedy return im
prove in health.
Tom Aakue who has been bags
en the Norfolk seeassger. for the
year or ao,left test Thursday for Lin-
coin where he hss seesptsd s peeitioB
Wff - '- M-mhst-tau,Ksu.
The maay frieedsof Tom re
gret his departare.
Theaew arraagem t of having seat
bound iisiiagirs cress the track aad
hoard the train from the esuth eiee,k -proving
aaythiag but a snsvsBiaacs to
peessagets. Waste this ussy prove a
safeguard agates! sssweets, the travel
ing pubke do not issrisists it stsse
For thaawst time is a long white sM
C. axe ewoypu the test year!
their emflsy ss,. aad they. have bass
short hesmsd siBtinasHj.j Bat now
"tt -i"r! ihinr i siil i in l ' -''
" p enmnsmm ewmmmsmsmmmuw sjbjbjbbbs- gJti W& I
ihe I-k-rifirstf Mr Isssli -- --- I
" mr ? -j, UBunnnni
We're as ready aa hig haying
uMhe a jewelry store.
We doa'i believe you'll have to ex
i our stock for aaythiag.
jt'a new enoagh aad varied
eaongh and large enough to jus
tify oar saying there is nothing to
to be gaiaea by going farther (hen'
Asd could all who read this take a
peep at our array, there wonld be
no doubt of- the result However
we are expecting sad looking for
s visit frost you, sad we feel
abundantly able tb, 'stake your
call istersstiag aad profitable.
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i ueweier ec vspucutn . j
Dr. Nauawas. Deatist 18 8t
Hies Holiday presents at Lesvy's.
G. B. Prieb, painting and paper
Wanted Girl for general houeewerk.
Mrs. F. K. Strother.
- Dr. D.T. Martyn. jr.
bss Stste Bank building.
Dr. L. P. Osrstensoa, Veteriusrisn
both phones ail. CoIsbUms, Neb.
Mrs. J. F. Kirkpstrick spent several
days of last week visiting friends in
Fresh oysters, bulk sad oaa, alwaya
on hand. Will have a large supply for
Ohrintocss. Jones' Bakery.
A box of cigars will auks a vary aiee
Obristasss present. The finest line in
the city at the Bowling Parlors.
For Sale Harness shop doing goor?
also shoes reji sliop io-oon-.
Call on or address Pster Mnn-
ter, Monroe, Neb.
Wait for the hig Plane Sale
daring Nereafcer and Deeeai
ber at R. W. Saley's Hasie Stere
la North eaera hease.
The matters in litigation between the
Columbus 8tate Bank and Thomas
Branigaa. have been settled out of court,
to the satisfactioB of both parties.
Aa aocident to the Journal press
while printing the edition last week,
caused considerable delsy, bulwith the
help of Louie Meier every thingx is
sgaiB ia running order.
Harry Erb, who has beea at Silver
Greek the last ssontb, is visiting his
uncle, H. B. Bead, for several days He
will remain "here until Christmas, when
he goes to hie home in Alliance.
Baptist chares, Saaday school 10 a. m.
Preaching by the pastor 11 a. ur. aad
730 p m. Morning subject, "Pressing
Toward the Mark." Evening subject,)
"The Kind, of Clothes to Wear."
Mrs. J. L. Brunken entertained the
evening card dab Thursday evening and
the usual good time was reported. Be
frsshaeeats were served. The honors
were won by Otto Kummer and B. F.
Miss Boss Froehlich and Miss Anns
Miller of Norfolk spent Friday nt the
home of Mm. Bosena Wolf. The form
er will spend the winter in this city
while the tetter left Saturday for Obey
ease where she will visit for some time.
The walla of the new TouBg Men's
Christian associatioo building have
reached the second story and thewisdow
frames sre being placed ia position. As
the building nesrs completion thseiti
sens of Columbus xasbse what aa im
provement to the oity it will be.
BIG CUT PEICE
Dolls, Books, Toilet
Cases, Wooden Toys
Call and get prices
vSpecial price a to
Schools or CKurcHes
on Christinas Candies
Nuts and Fruits :::::
Wedaeeday is eapesialry gratifyiag to
flelsmhaa aassls, as it grves great en
it to the promoters of the
After h lining esters! mssHsss to to-
vesUsetothepfwjeet of the Nebraska
Power company, which propsees to
ereet a hydro electro pleat on the Loup
river, the masafseturers eommittse of
the CssMnsreisl elub submitted e report
to the execwtWa eommittse of the dab
Tuesday, which was ascepted, endorsing
the pten nsv practical sad deserviag of
PiseidsntM. E. Bsheock ef
saay is lathe sHy sad has
am plea to the fVmiereml slab. The
comssay will be napltslisert tor tU0w
1800.090, The Oemmsrclal slab de
olarea that the project dessrres the sap-
port of Omehs haiisim
the people of Nebraska.
When ahown the report of the exi
tive committee of the Commercial elub
favoring the Loup river power project
"Wears gratified at the eodorsemeat
of the Omaha Commercial club. We
know ite mesas soniethisg sad would
not have been gives had not the project
showa merit at the outeet. We waat
local iaterest ia this nndertakiBg aad
oombiaed with the eastern capital whoh
will bis invested we will want eome
local stockholders sad already have
prouues of support when the time comes.
As thsfinssois' flarry dies dowa we will
hsve somethlag ooBBtrsctive to talk
about. Cheap coal and ohesp gas have
made the UMuufactariag center of Penn
aylvanis snd Ohio and water power gave
Minneapolis the advantages which en
abled it to exceed its rivals in impor
tance of its milling Ohesp water power
will do ssore for Ostahs and Nebraska
than anyone living can iniagiae, as
oleotricity ia only in its infancy.
It is bow a settled fact that Col
will hsve s sew peessager depot in
ths spring. Oeaaral Manager A. L.
Mobler has written the railway eom
sissioB that he intends to meet the de
mands of the people of Colambus by
greetings new depot or sn additioato
the prissnt dig fe the sprisg. On m
tount of the winter weather it Ja ins
possible for the company to do aaythiag
tt preseat. but as soon s spriag opens
ipthey will commence work sad the
"itixens sad Oommercisl Olab should
use every effort to see that s new depot
ind not sn sdditios tox tee old one in
Beginning Sunday the Burlington
Oolumboe snd Linooln trains go t
Lincoln via Germantown, over the old
main Mae. Tbisncn
the foUowisg chssgrs ia
Fhe morning passsngsr lssvss st 7 J6 in
stead of ?: IS and arrives st p. m. in
stead of 9 :li. The freight arrives st
6:46 a. m. isstssd ef 1:86 aad departs st
4 p. m. iBsteed of 4:9a The change to
the new route hi a permanent one ssd
lesves several towns formerly oa this
line on the new suds line to the north-
Gus. Lockner of Omaha
through' the city Wednesday test on his
way to Calofornla. Mr.
real estate interests st
IiosAsgelse that he is
si tor. Tears ago Gas
mania thia city, aad though be served
ia the civil war, one would not think no
by looking at him. We believe he is the
youngest num. for hie years ia the stste
of Nebraska, sad when asked kow be
did it replied, "I take ear of myeelf."
The new TJatoB Paeiflc steel oosoh, No.
499 hse beea pat oa ths Norfolk passen
ger, nuking the first trip test Thursday
evening. It ia a novel lookiag ear ahd
attracts mush attention along the line
One unique feature ia the lighting, with
electricity, a email motor beiag placed
on the trucks of the oar sad a belt from
the car sxle faratehisg the aeotive pow
er. Ia order to provide light while the
car is standing, enough electricity is
crated and stored to test for six
laws theHeUdaye are
are a greet assay additions to
the Sunday set sole every Sunday.
The city of Shelby the only y
s the state.
got knocked eat of the
hex, and so he
t over to Columbus
for a few
Mm.KateLohr of Oolsmbn isovsH
here hi the lead ef Bsulah visiting with
lativss are leate this ths old
The Ososola Camp of Modern
thspriss for hsvmg the
aamber of csndidstes st ths
mtiagef David Oity. The city
t dowa 44 eandidstea to travel the
rough snd ragged road of WoodCrsft.
The friends ns well as the old gestte
man Hiram Jeffrey cslebratod these-
susl birthday of the old gsstlsmsB who
is just 84 years old, every year they hsve
last dose it agnin. it slwsys asahea Mr.
Jeff ray hsppy to know the frienda re-
ember ths day ss wall as he.
Osonote hoys sad girls were delighted
st Saturday ia aaviag with them Prof.
E. C. Bassos sad L.L.Zook both of
Lincoln and Miss Luis Wolford of Paw
ace City who doHverad grand addrsssss
stthsboys ssdgirteoontests, the boys
is corn raising sad the girls ia cookisg.
There was s very large atteadaace at
Mr. sad Mm. Jobs Jaaiagar.ef Oohus
baaara over here to Oeseote snd will
spend the rest of the winter visiting
with their nssseross children. They
are at present at the home ef their
daughter Mr. aad Mm Will Hsrrmaa,
ths Mr. and Ma. Paul Timwttestoh
tbBandif they can set sreund hew re
sprisgthey will go to ths eld home at
Hoe. J. L. Makeever came out from
NswTorkendput bin tew days of his
is wife's parenta Mr. and
st I7u broad wsy, besides esscesin
other big city's. He says the only wsy
they felt the late panic waa to double up
on Dumsess snd tnea some, lor tne Dag
money men draw there ssoaey from the
beaks and placed ia suning stock with
First-doss printing done at the Jour
As usual, ws hsve the largest
meat of Christpss candies in town toss-
leetfrom. Jones' Bakery.
For faaey Weddiag Stationery, pro
graam or CalhsYcsrds, don't fail to tie
the Journal figure with yoa.
An etegsat Use of eboolies, hobby
horsse,, go-carts, tables, chairs, beds aad
cradles at Braaa's, Eteveath street.
Dont worry about what yoa should
bay for Sums. Goto Braan's, Eteveath
street, sad youll aes somethisg suitable
at first glance
W.H. Randall of this oity
aatly surprieed test week by a visit from
hte brother, Clark T.Bsadsll of Sarato
ga, Spriags, N. Y. It hss been thirty
years rises the brothers parted sad Mr.
Randall's tret trip to the west.
Last week Max Schubert of Chicago
purchased the live stock sad other pro
lierty of Tom Branigaa ia eoanectioa
with bis sale bars. Mr. Schubert also
gooared a lease on the barn and is hav
ing it remodelled sad repeiated. He
wiU.coatiBae ia the sate bmnssm aad be
gia ss soon ss be getsniesly located.
The Preebyteriaa people are requested
to worship with the Congregational peo
ple next Sabbath aaoraiag, aa the pastor
of the Presbyterian church will preach
is the Gbagregstionsl chares, in confor
mity to a request of Rev. Munro, who
will be away. Services will be conduct
ed in the Presbyterian oharch in the
evening aa uauaL All sre iavited to
Mathilda btoager aad Laoflle
delightfully entertained the
members of the Sophomore or Tenth
grade of ths high school Fridsy eveaiag
st ise semr ox tae lormer. it wss a
gstaenagaad is assay
of a poverty social Car
sad every guest wss dressed ia
way. Bsfieshmssts were
st teto hour the sweets de
parted v their rasoeetive homes. '
a H.Netooa, oae of the men who
ssstosced to serve five years is
peaitoettaryfor ettemptiBg to rob ths
of Moaros ahoat two veers sen.
sppliceilen for the psrdes.
to be aettissa of Sweden
end tsataawid not have a fair trial.
JadaeatalteBbssk, who was to the trial
judge, teaotfevorahte to ths pedoa, as
X saVafst bbbsbbbbbT 9
m awnsu ssenuununj e
I WMsw i
and AU Robber
rect front the
.ttw every hottle is of seew Kre
rubber sjsi which weewassUto
you cheaper thsa say ol
owsler ia like svmoev emtj
J. H. Hahahee thsBoehea
iag moved on ate pteesead w
mguiatosbara. He with
the buildiag. whieh
four Brites te eas.hoar sad s hslfi
their fat hosstoSouth
of Mm. Okas. Payne test Fridsy
AWmnnlSsBJF lamfe amlsswamnWkSB fnmntsn srssam BSBMaaV Inn
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Theiafsat denghtsr of Mr. and
over the roads oa this
Bp the rough
ia fine condition for winter.
Mr. and Mm. Adoiph
tortsised test Sstardsy
eveaiBg, ia honor of the twestv-eichth
anniversary of their i
Wm.Braakea from near
vieitisg his parenta over Sunday.
Jobs Keeter of Moa roe was the
of F. Godekeh several days
Msx Gottberg west to Alston Moaday
to do eome engine work fori
nsan nt that pteee.
John Jeklee wss oa the CsIbi
BMrket with hogs Tuseday, and tapped
the market at $4.16.
B. H. Koepke, who is teechiag the
Gerasna school on the route, has thirty
sine papila earollsd, mors thsa all ether
school oa the route combined.
Henry Brunkea aad Joha Boakarear
raagiagtogo to Nevada ia a week or
two with Bd Newman to look after seme
auaug interests sad also do a little pro
Andrew Nelson sad
Swsrts snd family
Old Jack frost i
the north like s hurrieaini
like winter oat doors.
Bergetrom Bros bed
aeedayand aa aaaeaally big crowd wss
in attendance aad every thiag sold at a
Farmers in this seigbborhood hsve
bees busy the testdsys haallsg com
fromtowaor whererver they euld get
boh! of it to supply their waste.
Revival meetiags sre held st the
Methodist eharch oa the LooUsgatess.
A brother of Bev. Fred Stromsburg fe
there to help deal oat
beet popular. priced
tl.fO to fliJMl Pries in
boya'fromewc,7e,tl sad tUB.
early white the aftss
ysastity mthe chsspsr jaastuai X
Draawist oaths Corner 3
5 Oelemhes, ffshtsasa -
Sf jg tit tin gf gagig sag a as J
laid fee Us sew house oa hie pteee,
aorthesetof theHahn aoheelheuee.
After eelliag bin ptuprntj st pukMa
sale oa December it, A. W. Bsha wsl
leave for Idaho, where he fetsndstoto-
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