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VOLUME XXXVIIL NUMBER 41.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1908.
WHOLE NUMBER 1,887.
I The Best Bar- i
s gain in Town
ia houses. We have it,
and we believe jast what
we say. A good bouse in
a good location. If 70a
are ob the market for a
home of yoar own, we
will be pleased to nbow
it to 70a. Money to loan
oa real estate at the
lowest rates of interest
Old Corn ...
New Corn ..........
Hogs. ...... ...... .
...S3 75 to $3 85
Files of the Journal, January 14, 1874.
At the regular election held by the
Colambus Engine Company No. 1, the
following oficern were chosen for the
easuisg year: R. H. Heary, foreman;
Fred Matthews, 1st assistant ; M. Scfaraa,
2ad assistant; J. J. Riekley. secretary;
J. A. Turner, treasurer; Phif B. Boae
ateel, foreman of hose, and E. H. Jea
baa, assistant foreman.
It is generally tboaght that the cottoa.
wood makes a quicker growth here than
aay other tree. How this may be as a
general rule, we do act know, but we
hare locusts sad Cottonwood, planted at
the same time, given the earns care aad
tbiak the locust are as large sa the
iwood. But, except for feace
seould aotr recommend the cul
ture of the locust.
Mr. Frank 8y mats called at oar asac
tam yesterday to tell ae of hie experi
ence at Grand Island, on Monday.
Frank, it seems, went to Grand Island to
prove ap oa his homestead.' He bow
raaks among the "bloated bond holders. n
Freak says that he had a aioe time at
Oread Island, meeting E. W. Arnold, the
accommodating register of the land office,
aad AL Arnold, the latter of whom bad
retaraed that far, homeward boaad,
from a trip to California Frank was
particularly well pleased with what be
eaw and heard of the brass bead at
Grand Island, and thinks the Columbus
boys would do well, to take pattern
TtrnitnnluriMr - fli imIi
l, uwmouwouo. aa. u"""
reel estate agents, report the followiag
real estate transfers filed for record ia
the ofifoe of the county clerk during the
week ending Jan. 11, 1907.
BM Walker toWa M Pollard, w aw,
nwmra-l&Sw.. wd $ SAW OS
LRHrfawa to Cora E Hoffman, ptae
ae 12-18-2 w,'wd 109
PEMcKillip to Jobs Cjaa. It blk 1
laraor. wd 556 68
A Sehroeder to Columbia G Ok. Its
S41a BlkW. Colawbes, wd 1286 66
Leak Held to Aatoa D. Jesses, pt It 7
blkv&.CokuBbaa wd 2S30V9
FredAaebetoL. Eaaliscer. It blk lav,
I. Eariiaeer to Aswa Aarse. It 1 blklM.
KialsJobaaoato Martia Olaeaa, aw aw
aVSaSe ws wv aaVJaj SS
JeaaJWilliaaatoWm H Groea.ltl
Uk2.0boraadd. Moarae. wd MB 68
WyeseU aadKotwr to MiksRobW.w
wa 2. seas, ess. aw aa, 30-18-:! w.wd SeSBSa
WyaeekiKober to Mike Sober, aw ae
aw as, SS-185 w. wd -...... 3SSv SB
ten, total... Sat SB2 66
A head book relating to the operation
f the Baolamation Act, giving questions
as been issued by the Un-
1 for the information of the
pahlic generally. This may be obtained
free on application to any agent of the
Uaioa Pacific or the undersigned.
K. L Lomax,
Geal PassVAgeBt,UP BR, Omaha,
J.C Echols of thia city ieaow a mem
thelrmof Elliott, Speiee ACo.
1 will not make aay
in the firm name, which will
awma, Elliott 8racB A Co.
We have a large etoek ef
Maitland, Zeigler, Treatoa,
; Golden-Ash, aad Meaarch
lamp aad eat. Also Penna. hard
1 am all ajaea. Nawntamr A Wclcx.
ea 1-4 1-184
das aerth ef
I MAMT TEAKS AGO. i
The heat atteaded aad naoetenUaake
ticfarmers,.iaatitute ever held ia Oo
lumbaa closed Wedaesdsy eveaiag of
last week. The insttate opeaed Tuss
day foreaoea with a talk by Mr. Elliot
of Gait, Ontario, oa raisiag horses
which wee quite iastraotive. Ia the af
ternoon be was also on the program, hie
topic being dairyisg. The point" he
made ia thia was that the cow was the
one animal whose prodact could be
tamed into ready cash immediately.
He advocated stock rawing aad diversifi
ed farming and pointed oat. that that
was the only hope for the farmers to re
tain the fertility of the soil Miee Kauf
man then gave a talk to tbe ladies on
"lightening the work of tbe farm,' while
the gentleman listesed to a practical de
monstration of horse judging by Mr.
Elliot at Sehabert'e sale bam. At the
evening ssssioa Miss Kaufmaa gave a
short talk uo "domestic science," fol
lowed by Mr. Elliot on 4,our duty." He
made the point that the professions are
already crowded, but there is always
plenty of room for good farmers, and
advised the boys to stay on the farm by
practical methods. Wednesday after
noon Mr. Ohase discussed the subject of
farm buildings, giving some valuable
eaggestiona es how to arrange new
buildings with an idea of saving labor.
At the business session, which followed,
the following oScers were elected: R
Y. lieoo. president, Carl Rhode, vioe
president; Albert Stenger, secretary; J.
H. Drinnin, Chris Bienz, J. C Turner,
Fred Luckey and Ed Loeeke, executive
oommittee. Val Keysor of the experi
awnt station told the farmers that crop
rotatioa was esoential to keeping up the
present fertility of their lands, nasi-'
ready, on the older farms, tbe yield of
grains was gradually getting lees, and
that different methods woald have to be
used. In the eveaiag Mr. Keysor spoke
of the work of the farmers institutes,
followed by Mr. Chase, who handled
the subject of the cam of farm animals.
The program was interspersed with
musiosl celectioae aad recitations by
home talent, which were well received,
end materially assisted in making the
aaeeting mora interesting.
Tuesday afternoon tbe old board of
supervisors held their last aaeeting and
turned the county affairs over to their
sancBSsnrs. After traaeaetiag the rega
lar b esteem, resolutaoas were presented
to the oatgoiag members, Messrs. Priest
aad Newmaa,aad ae a token of the
esteem ia which they were held by their
fellow members, tbe fonaer wee present
ed with a valuable fountain pen and the
latter with a very aioe solid silver four
piece smoking set. The retiring chair
aasa, M. E. Clother. was presented with
a gold headed cane, and D. A. Becher,
the retiring treasurer, was presented
with a box of fine oigars, and his deputy,
Otto Heaer, received a fine meerschaum
pipe. The new board then organized
aad elected J. F. 8chure, of Burrows
towaship, repreeeatiag district No. 2, as
chairman for the coming year.
Taeeabjeot of Taft'e nomination was
under discassioa. "Well, now, here.
you aeedat bother about that; dona
worry over Taft. We'll just get around
that by uoaiinating another man," said
Frank Currie of Gordon. "We'll name
a man who isnt so close to Roosevelt "
"I wish you would," chipped in Jim
Jones, democrat, "and then Bryan
wnnld kam fianm tan nt mlmftinn
"Now, that would .suit me; I'd be in
favor of that, all right," remarked John
J. Sullivaa of Columbus, former chief
justice of the supreme court of Nebras
ka. Aad then he broke and ran. "No
politics up oar way, any here?" asked
the judge, who. has long enjoyed the re
putation of being a humorist. Omaha
Taesday afternoon the district
ciation of Independent telephone com
aaaiss, comprising twelve counties in
Bortheastera Nebraska aad representing
10,000 telephones, met nt the council
chamber. Asaoug the important topics
taken ap was the building of new toll
lines aad betterment of the longdietanoe
servioe. Tbe oSfoers of the associauon
in C. J. Garlow, president; Isaiah Ligbt
ner, Monro-, vice president; E. C Rob
erts, Bellwood, secretary. There were
twelve lepreseatatives present, and with
the local telephone men left Wednesday
morning to attend the meeting of the
state aasooiatioB at Lincoln.
The State Speed Aseooiatioa at their
aseeting on January 11, adautted three
new towns; to the circuit Tecomseh,
Grand Island aad Tekamaa, bat refused
the sppliostion of Hastiaga. The purses
will be S9oO in each class, sad are ar
ranged as follows: Paces 2:12, 2:16.
22, 2:3a Trote-2:18, 222, 27. and
a 3-year-old trot for a parse of SML
The dates for each meeting are Tecum
sen, July 7, 8, ; Auburn, July 14,15,
16; Wymote, Jaly 21. 22, 23; Beatriee,
Jaly 98, Si. SO; Tekamab. August 4 A ;
Fresaoat, August 11.12. 13; Columbua.
18. lS.90:Graad Ialaad. Auraet
Monday afteraooa Mrs. J. E.Paul re
ceived a 'message, telling her of the
death other father, W. L. Lewis, at
Menu, Neb. Mr. Lewie had been ia
poor health for aametime. aad hie ad
vaaced age, 73 years, wee telling oa aim.
He will be remembered by many Co
Iambus people, ss he and hw wife were
here last summer while Dr. aad Mrs.
Paul were en their western trip,. Mm.
Paal left Monday eveaiag far Meraa
aad the deeter weat Tamtiay to attead
Dm. Paul aad Matsee, Daa
Dr. Imainasa Ocoulkt and
Cob meal for your 00 we at Scott's.
Dry stove wood for sale. J. W. Mylet.
People who get results advertise ia the
Cigars oa ice at the bowliag aad bil
All kinds of flour at the
ess at Scott's.
If you want to
John W. Mylet.
Dr. a A.' AUeebarger,
State Bank buUdiag.
Delicious briok ice cream for sale at
the bowliag aad billiard parlor.
Mies Knight of Clarke is the
this week of Miss Heiea 8haaaon.
Harley McKelvey of St. Edward
visited f rieada ia Columbus Saturday.
Geo. Willard,jrof St. Edward
ebaking handa with friends Saturday.
Alfalfa meal for poultry, you cant
beat it for an egg produoer, at Scott's.
Mr. and MrmE. H. 8mith speat San
day at Omaha with friends aad relatives.
Roy Johnson of Omaha was calling oa
his Columbus friends a few daya last
Chop feed of all kiada delivered free of
charge. The prices will mskeyoe smile.
Feed your bene some kmSb oorn aad
they will lay yoa an egg before break
fast. At Scott's.
Dr. N. Mataen and wife left last 8at-
day eveaing for Chicago, where they
will remain one week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Howell of Albion
were guests at the home of Mr. aad
Mrs. L. H. North last Saturday.
Mrs. D. T. Martya returned from
Chicago Monday, where she has beea
visiting her daughter. Mm. Rhodes.
For Sale Harness shop doing good
business, also shoes repair ehopia con
nection. Gall oa or address Peter Mas
ter, Monroe, Neb.
Craig Tamer started iaoa Monday to
have a- two week vacatioe. . Duriag
that time he will eajey himself -at Oma
ha, Lincoln aad Perry, Iowa.
R. & Palmer the tailor, clean, dies
and repairs Ladies' aad Gents clothing.
Hate cleaned and rebloeked. Buttons
made to order. Agent Germaaia Dye
Works. Nebraska Phone.
Miss Esther Roeeiter wishes to an
nounce that she has closed her dancing
school for this season. Assemblies will
be continued under tbe management of
Miss Elsie Pohl aad Louise Marty.
The latest word from Osceola in re
gard to the condition of ex-Governor
John 8. Mickey's condition is not im
proving. Hopes are entertaiaed for hie
recovery, bat his illness ia a serious
matter. He is suffering from araemic
Mr. aad Mrs. George Mullenix and
cbildrea arrived from Spaigae, Washing
ton, to visit at tbe home or the letter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno Staub. They
were accompanied by Miss Mary Staub,
who has beea staying with her sister,
Mrs. Freak Ooltoa delightfully en
tertained tbe members of tbe Gilt Edge
card club at her home on East Eleventh
street Thursday evening. Refreshments
were served sad the honors of the eve
ning were bestowed upon Miss Bertha
Sohupbaeh and Frank Cotton.
Dr. C. D. Evaae left last Friday for
Boston, Muse, where he will attend a
meeting of the Inter State National
Guard association of the United 8tatee,
of which he k nt present aad has for the
last year beea secretary. He expects to
be absent in the east for about another
Thos. McTaggart baa filed a suit ia
district court against the Chicago.
Burlington A Quiacy railroad, asking
damages in the" sum of SI. Toe, Tom
came very nearly being killed by a Bur
lington traia aad suffered never injuries,
and as a result asks damages from the
Martin Oostello, jr., asoompaaied by
hie mother, Mrs. M. fJostedo, went to
Omaha Taesday where he underwent aa
operation the followiag morning in hopes
that he aught obtain better ueeof his
left eye It is thought that he mill aot
need to be absent long as the oparatioa
was proaouaeed vary sucesssfaL
Jess Newmsa will hold abigaaleen
the C. A, Newsman farm three miles
east of CoUmbaa, oa Monday, January
27, 1908, sale to bagia at 11 o'clock a. m.
Horses, eattie, hoga, farm implements,
household goods, eta., will be offered for
sale. If the weather m stormy rsale will
be held next day after the
Geo. Glass of the Plaastiae neighbor
hood was trsuaacUai
city last Satarday. F
prior to the holidaya Mr.Gmas was
was banattted by the ehaage. Al
though not sntiralyvU, he is sBaehim
aroved aad his ssaay triaaaa hope to see
Slater, veteriaariia, phoae A rananmanaav
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I To Wearers f
Every year or so 70U
should have your eyes ex
amiaed. For it is possi
ble that the condition of
yoar eyes has ehaaged
eiace yoa got yoar glasses
If so the leases do aot
aow quite salt yoa. and
thisshoaid be attended to
Once ia two years at least
the leases should be
ehaaged providing of
course that aa examina
tion skews the necessity
Come ia some day aad we
will find this out for yoa
Ea. J. IKWSIIEI.
Jewefe Optician '--
Dr. Naumaaa, Dentist IS St.
Baled hay for aabv-Joha.W. Mylet.
G. R. Prieb, paiatisg and paper
First-claaa priatiag done at the Jour
nal omoe. V '
hoga at Scott's:
for horses, cows and
If you want to bay or esll fsrm lands
John W. Mylet.
Wanted Girl for general housework
Mrs. F. K. 8trother.
Dr. D. T. Martya. jr., oSoe new Colum
bus State Bank building.
Dr. L. P. Carstenson, Veterinarian
both phones 212. Columbus, Neb.
Try some of 8eott's pountry feed.
spelts, rye, millet, caae. wheat, shredded
oate and cracked corn.
Lost. Galloway fur mitten, right
hand. Finder leave nt Journal office,
and get 50 cents reward.
Stedden A Paiges celebrated company
of merry fun makers nt North opera
house one week, commencing Monday,
Jan. 27. Prices 10, 90 snd 30c. '
Sheriff Carrig took. Ira Conner to the
penitentiary last Saturday morning, to
serve oat his oae year sentence for steal
ing Fred Laua'a automobile.
Herman Heaae, residing twelve miles
north of Columbus, who was operated
oa at the hospital for appendicitis, last
week, is getting along nicely.
Oa January. 21, lSOM recital will be
givea at the Presbyterian church, under
the auspiees of taw- O R, by Miss
Elisabeth Hill, a reader from Stillwater,
ItaJuTPIE MM Ut
when bought with a new harness
costs no more than good collars
v STaV'T" -Sf
These Collars fit jay
other Collars, lib
They will not call
shoolders. Call and
I. W. WEAVER & SON.
J. H. Drinnin, one of Platte county 'u
best citizens, wss taken seriously ill on
Sondaylast at Home Farm, northeast
of tbe city.
Lottie Rife has filed a petition in dis
trict court, asking for a divorce from
Claude Rife, and asks for the custody of
their child and alimony.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Friday of Sumner,
Nebraska, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Nosh Marlar Wednesday. They were 00
their wny to visit relatives in Polk nnd
Mrs. L. W. Snow leaves Thursday for
a ten days visit with her mother and sis
ter, Miss Julia Vineyard, at Lincoln, nnd
also her two sisters at Hastings, Mrs. R.
P. Falkner and Mrs. H. A. Clute.
A. D. Jensen, who succeeds Louis
Held in the blaoksmithing business, has
sioved into Mrs. Elston's house in the
west part of town. Mrs. Jensen ie a
Columbue girl, being the daughter of
A D. Jensen of Central City bought
Louis Held'a blacksmith and wagon shop
oa Eleventh street, taking charge Sat
urday. Mr. Jensen ie aa experienced
worker ia this line nnd solicits a ehare
of the trade of .this locality. ,
B. O. Myers of Sbelton was here Tues
day for a visit with his brother-in-law,
Geo. Herlan, of this city. He was en
route home from South Omaha, where
he had been on tbe market with a ship
ment of stock of bis own feeding.
Mesdatnes A. Anderson and L, W.
Snow entertained at M500" at the home
of the latter Saturday afternoon, about
forty ladies being present. During the
afternoon a four course luncheon was
served. Tbe honors were woo by 'Mrs.
Chester, the eipht months' old eon of
Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkinson. living
near the old fair ground, died Saturday
from scarlet fever. The funeral was
private, and held from the home Sunday
afternoon at 2:30, being conducted by
Accompanied by Thomas Sturek,
Sheriff Carrig went to Iowa Tuesdsy
morning, having received information
that Peter Lumis, wanted for forgery
committed here last summer, waa under
arrest. Sturek accompanied him so ss
identify the fugitive, it poesbile.
Geo. D. Meiklejohn snd Postmaster
McClelland of Fullerton were in the city
Tuesdsy to meet the remains of S. H.
Penney of Fullerton, who died at Long
Beach, California, Saturday. Mr. Penny
was one of the prominent business men
of Fullerton until two years sgo, when
on account of his sge he disposed of bis
interests and retired.
Monday evening tbe election of offi
cers of Engine Company No. 1 resulted
sa follows: En.il Schwara, president;
Chas. Becher, vice president; Dan Ech
ols, secretary; William Moersen. treas
urer: utto scnreiber, toremso uow
Company No. 1; Phil Echols, assistant;
W. H, Galley foreman Hose Company
No. 2; Louis Meier, jr., assistant.
hone, are better than
sweat pad is needed.
Miss Toaag, yoaageat daagater ef R.
W. Yoaagof your oity.ekjsed the first
week of school here lent Friday, of Is
term of five months.
With oar neighbor farsaere we drove
into Columbua Tuesday of last week aad
atteaded tbe Famers Iastitate, held at
that place Taesday aad Wedaesday of
last week, snd we will say that thia was
the most saocessful meetiagof fi
sad families that it has beea my lot to
attest, aad Tuesdsy evening assay of
the young ladies, in response to aa iavi
tation of the smanagiag board, brought
nicely arranged lunch boxes, which were
eold immediately after the exercises,
when the lucky purchasers opeaed their
prise sad read the aame of the fair
donor, with whom they were ea titled to
break bread on that ocoamoa. The
room waa kept scrnpuouaty cleaa aau
well lighted sad veatilatsd. The man
agement secured n quantity of best grade
coffee snd all of its accompaniments, aad
also employed a matron (who ie aa ex
pert in the culinary artX to prepare aad
serve tbe coffee, and up to the time we
withdraw from the room, a happier group
of youag farmers and their city eoaaiae
would be hard to find. The varioue
subjects discussed wsa just what the
average farmer of this vicinity wanted
to bear. Mr. A. Elliott of Gait, Ontario,
waa on tbe program for four talks on
different subjects, bat we think hie talk
at the Tuesday evening' session capped
the climax up to that time, the subject
oeing -uur uoiy. aues Kauimanu,
-V W-k . mat ww .
who waa a substitute for Mrs, Delaao.
gave a very interesting talk with illus
trations on the subject of "Devices for
Lightening Women's Work." The young
lady also spoke in the evening of the
first dsy. We do not know whether the
lady brought a social lunch box or not.
If not, then she' ought to have done so,
as there wss the best of order at all times.
Mr. Elliott of Gait, Ontario, gave' three
talks and n demonstration tbe first day
01 ine institute, ail ot wtnen were in
structive to a high degree. Mr. E. wss
slated over the manner of bis reception,
and tbe large audiences which greeted
him in the hall, and did not forget to add
hie mite, for the good of the cause, by
buying a lunch box at the social in the
eveaing, payiag for aame; then csnaiag
the basket to be resold, thereby giving
some young man (who was not oa to his
job at first) a chaace to secure hie
Out Pelk Csutyrisaaa.
The axe slipped snd struck where not
intended for it took Will Fentress in the
foot snd he has to wear that foot in n
sling these dsjr s.
Mr. and Mis. D: W. Hotchkis, old
residents of Osceola, but now living at
Fremont, were here in attendance at
the funeral of the late Sin. E. F. Braxee.
Ex-County Treasurer H. M. Powers
has so far recovered from hie long illness
that he' ia able to show himself on the
streets and give his friends tbe pleasure
of greeting him.
Mrs. Carson of Osceola is taking?
medical treatment at Saint Mary's
hospital at Columbus snd Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Carson and Mis9 NinaSeeley drove
over last week to visit her at the hospi
tal. The brotherhood of Saint Paul are
getting along nicely since they have got
their new building completed, but they
are a little short of funds, and the com
mittee are bustling to get the money so
that every debt will be psid in full.
Rev. A. O. Johnson tied the matri
monial knot for Oscar Pierson and Miss
Segrid Nelson, and besides Judge Cam
pbell giving this oouple permits he also
granted lioense to Carl F. Herrmann
and Miss Emma K. Pahrman to do like
wise sad they were married by Rev. F.
The Polk county insurance company
held its annual meeting last Thursday
and elected tbe following officers: I.
Merrick, president; C. S. Kennedy, vice
president; C Stoner, secretary; Charles
Krumbacb, treasurer; Tfaos Klussey,
J. W. Kinsmaa nnd Fred Timm, direct
John Kuebl of Columbus came over
to Osceola and incidentally to Adam
Herrmann's on the Valley to attend
tbe wedding of tbe son of Mr. Herrman,
Carl C. Hanman to Miss Kmma Pahr
munn. Tbe ceremony wae performed
by Rev. F H. Schultz the pastor of the
German Methodist N church. Mr. and
Mrs. Herrmaan will continue to reside
in Polk county.
Otto Herring waa in Iowa last week
and purchased s fine Percheron stallion.
While returning home from Columbue
Tuesdsy, Albert Zinsser had a mixup,
resulting from his bores getting freight
eaedata dog. The. buggy waa upset
and slightly lamaged; but Albert es
caped without injury.
H. J. Brian shelled corn Monday.
J. H. Hahn has tbe brick oa the
ground for a foadatioa under hie dwell
Albert Kummer has the frame of hie
hoase esclosed. aad wi&aooa be ready
for tbe roof.
H. S. Kiaaan is moviag on the old
homestead, having eold bin owa plane
I REX ALL
One of the famous
of which there
is one for each
The Druggist oathe
uraggiet oathe Oeraer $
Columbus, Nebraska j
Monday eveaiaej Mrs. Peeelee
private recital at the heaae ef Hi
KotMnson, a few iavited friends
present. It waea rare treat far
who had the opportunity of
an. reaaieea voice.
of Oconee sad Boy Stirea waa 1
at Grace chareb,
Wedaesday, Rerl Dr.
Westeott. the rector
ceremony. After the
oeption waa held aatil 1:3a, waea Mr.
aad Mrs. 8tirea left for sWtisesre, fid.,
where they will make tamr beans.
AU foreigners who try their leak hi
this country do aot Sad 1 iiiijlaaag aa
nice aa they expect it, aad thai m 1
of Michael Carella, u
Octrber wee employed by the (Jaiea
Pacific. While at hie
ktfortane to have hie leg I
has siace beea aa iamateof tan hnspilsl.
He will boob be dischnrgad aad he says
he has had eeouga of AaMriea, aad with
his savings will return to suaay Italy te
spead the remainder ot'bis days.
W. T. Erjsst saarksted a
Adolph Gerher shelled aad
corn last Monday.
A good maay of the farmers ea rente
one attended the horse Bale last Aster
Emil GroteleuscbeB aad Emma )
were enjoying tbe akatirg oa
creek last Sanday.
The stork visited the home of Mr. 1
Mrs. Ohas Madam last
night and left an eight pound blue eyed
Ohas Payaeis eajoyiag- a visit from
his two brothers.
Mr. and Mrs. Mert Fish aaade a busi
ness trip to Monroe Moaday.
D. F. Donahue waa quaraatiaeJ far
email pox last week. The case ia a Wy
D. D. Bray shipped two earn ef fat
cattle to South Omaha Sunday eveaiag;
accompanying the" shipment.
There waa a leap year party at A. L
Bray's Saturday evening,
well attended and reported a 1
Albert Hsspel moved to North Platte
Chas Flskus and John Schelek shell
ed eom last week.
Julius Gerber hauled baled hay la
J.O.Rlodgett had a public sale last
week and now he will bmvs to Colum
bus and retire from tbe farm.
Mace and McQuowa are sawing Cot
tonwood lumber for Caesar Ernst, with
their portable saw mill. They will saw
about 20,000 feet.
We have the agency for the
famoua Maaeiag TJsderwear. the'
bestpopulsr priced Uaioa Saita
on the market- Prices ia mea's
from 91.10 to $4.50. Prices ia
boys' from 60c, 7sc,l and $!..
la two piece gsrmeate we have
a spleeaid line reedy for yoar ia-'
from Mb to $2 SO a i
early while the 1
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