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VOLUME XXXVUL NUMBER 42.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1906.
WHOLE NUMBER 1,888
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sad we bliv jart wast
we My. A good aouae ia
a itood looatkn. It yoa
an oa tbe market for a
-home of yoar own, we
will be plnased to hdow
it to yoa. Honey to loan
ea real eetate at the
lowest rates of iatereet
to 43 75
Files of the Joaraal. Jaaaary M, 1874
The Hook aad Ladder eoaaaay of
GetaartHU iateed triviaK a craad ball oa
the avaaiag of Febraary 2Sai, Waehiag
petition, very aaawroasly eigaed,
wasacBMatedto the couaty eoatadssjoa
ere yesterday for the appoiataMat of
Aacast Miller as joetioe of tbe peaee,
' The rale for all pablie ofloUb who
are traardUae of pablie f aads ahoald
tares cam the people bear, bat bow little
caa be aaaeatly got aloag with.
Married, ia 8t Joaa's Catholic chareh
Oalasabae, Neb., Jaaaary 13. 1874, by
Mar. J. M. Bryaa, George Haaglaraaa
Wagaer. WilUaat Coaaolly
Mary- SalliTaa, aad
Seailx aad Miss Elizabeth
That hasiof Bafalo awat pat iata
last week by L. W. Piatt,
eweet and delioioaa, aad
aapsrior, we believe, to flesh of dossestio
Weeheald haveheea glad to
dried that aiee quarter, but yoa
i how it ia with printers, aad how
I it is with then to take what
they have oa head.
Aagaat Dahlbarg retaraed last Satar
day freai Ossaha, where be had taken his
wrfs for treatsaeat ia oae of the hoaait
Ohrietiaa Headricksen and hie aeigh
hota elahhed together aad shipped a ear
lead of -fat hogs to 8oath Ossaha last
Taasday. Mr. Headrieksea's hogs were
ealy eight ssoaths old,-bat they ssade aa
average of 906 pounds. Who caa beat
Mr. WilhalsB Larson aad Miss Annie
Christ eassa were Baited ia marriage at
the Oaaieh LutLeram chareh last Wed-
Rev. N. P. Hold ofkaatieg.
eeremoay a reeepuoa waa
givaa at the bridea hosae. The yoaag
aoaale .will go to hones keeptag oa a
arm owaed by Andrew Haaaoa.
Otto E. Swaasoa, the aiae-yaarld son
at Mr. aad Mrs. Joha Swaaaoa. bad the
awafortaaa while at ptay 8atarday a
ago, to get his lager oa the right
aaaght in the drive casta of a
heryole aad aearly eat it off. He was
i at oace to the offleeof Dr. Irelaad
mid, achate the wound was
,aad be.ie aewgettiag along all
right ap to the prasaat time.
Hs i risen L. 8tirce. Baltimore, Md.
Berths O. Chapia, Ocoaee
ffartey L Oerrard, Colambas . . . .
Weviaa Bray, Columeaa.
Knsic Loep City
Waltar F. Mathews, FressoaU .
, F. Hamliag, Orestoa. ...
J.C Eehole of this city is bow a sssm
vetteearmof Elliott, 8peiee Ca
will aot make aayehaage
aaw, which wiU resassa the
Ekuott 8rsacs k Co.
We have a large atoek tt eeal. Reek
Maitlaad, Zeigler, Treetea,
; Ooldea Asa, aad Maaarch
as aM sJaea, Mawmur 'k, Wmucu.
I MAITT TEABS ASO.
Taa Kerr eataas.es 1-4 lla west, six saterests aleag
saawieaasmrthef Meaaea. Oallaaer ssereceaveaieat
LswkwM fr 'riff' UittS' vJr
xas. JAsm Kosnu
Last Thursday afteraoaa Oraadaui
North, as aha was kaiewa ta every aae.
passed away at the hosasaC her sea, J.
E. North, oa Speiee street. Bora ia
Thempkiae eoaaty. New Tok, Febraary
7,- 1820, she was sissest aightyight
years of age at thefmae at er -waasm.
Her sasidea asme was Jaae Towaatey,
aad ja 1837 aha married Taos. J. North.
After leaviag JNew York they resided ia
Ohio, aad Utar came to Omsss.arrir
iag ia 1866. Mr. North, who was a
civil engineer,- died ia 1857, aad Mrs.
North aad her ftve ohildrea moved to
Colambas ia 1850. At that time there
was aothiag west of Oolambna aad the
Indiaas were vary plaatifal, so that she
had toeadare aU the hardshiaa of the
life of tbe pioneer. For Beady itty
years ehe has made this city her home
aad basa a part of the development of
the west. 8hewasthe mother of sevea
children, two of whoa died ia Ohio, aad
oae Major Frank North, who was a
prominent fgare ia the Iadisa history
of the west, died ia 1886, ia this city.
Tbe aarvmag ohildrea are J. E. aad L
H. North of this eity aad Mrs. 8. E.
Cashiag ad Mrs. Case. E. Morse of
Washlagt Mrs. North
iber of Grace Episcopal
chareh, from where the faaeral was held
8aaday forenooa, being ooadaeted by
the Rector, Dr. A. J. Westcott.
A asse was oa trial before Jadga
Rattermaa Moaday that should be a
good lessoa to all who are careless sbost
the aae of Irearms, eepecislly riles,
Lswis Hoppook, the 18-year-old aoa of
Fiesmsa Hoppock of Lost Creek towa
ahip was before the jadga. chanced with
ahootiag a Polish boy by the asme of
Chsa Bazmaa last Friday. It
that yoaag Rsamas was psasiag
iafaaat ef jthe ITiami ik asm i hi a
with a compaaioa. whaa, witaoai
iaghewasahotia the head with all
aalibre ballet, -which was imbedded so
it required a physician to remove it.
As the Hoppock boy was but thirteen
years of age his case came aader the
juveaile lawaad the jadga placed him
aader the gaardiaaahip of his father
with the aaderataadiag that he should
report oa his eoadact to the eoaaty
court oace a month. Tbe ahootiag was
no doubt aeeideatal, bat each work is
extremely dssgeroas and thie ahoald be
a waraias: that should be heeded.
Have yoa stopped to thiak how maay
doable holidays there will be ia the aew
year of 1908." Wsahiagtoa's birthday,
gives two holidays together. " Decora
atkday,May 30th falls oa8atarday.
Fourth of Jaly falls oa Saturday, while
Labor Day falls oa Moodsy, 8spt. 7,
enmes just after Saaday, so that there
wiU be four doable holidays in 1903. It
will be a rather uaasaal thing to have
three Saturdays ia the year when the
beaks will aot be open, but for those
who are bsaeited by the holidays on
July 4th it will be a great opportaaity
for short trips; as there will be two days'
vacatioa where here-to-fore it has as
sally beea oaly 'one. Another thiag
aboat the year 1908 ie the adveat of
Christmss. which will fall oa Friday, as
1908 is leap year.
Oae of the importaat measures passed
spou by the coaaoil last Friday evea-
lagwas the recustrictaag of the city,
makiag four wards, to comply
with -the ohswging of the city into
soother class. The ordinance introdac
ed by Ooaacilssan Johaaaes waa slightly
modifed is regard to the First ward,
thie beiag the only change made. Ae it
passed, the Union Pacific tracks are the
dividiag line for tbe wards, except the
ret, which' takes ia all on the aorta
aide east of Grover street. The Third
aad Fourth wards are oa the aorth aide
aad the First aad Second oa the south
aide with the oae exoeptioa.
Mrs. J: W. Bans received
Friday evening aanoaaeiag the death of
her sister. Miss Rose Erb, who had beea
receiving treatment ia a hospital "st
Beatrice. The deotased was torty-oee
years of age, aad was the daaghtarof
Michael aad Elisabeth Era. both decant
ed, bat who will be remembered as aid
reaHteaU of this community. Miss Erb
was bora ia Colfax coaatjoa Aagaat 21,
18B7 Tae faaeral was held
afteraeoa from J. W. Bam
Bev. Neamarker. paster of the
ehateh esasmtiag. aad iater
it was ssede ia the Colambas cam
Ooadaetor Mallory of the 8aaldiag
peeaeeger, who has beea oa that raa far
the laattwo or three years, will be trans-
to the Kearney aad Calloway
of the meter
made at Mr.
MaUorya reqaeat, as he has property
far aim to
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Dr. Tnssnhis Oeoalkt aad amrmt.
Cob meal for yoar sows at Bcwtt'a.
Dr. Tamer, 01
Dry store wood for salsi--J. W. Mylst,
Dr. W. H. nistsi Fatmiasflaa nhoae
Paaale whoaat laaalai advatttsa ia the
Cigars oa km at the howling aad baV
All kiads of flour at the i
ass at Scott's.
If yoa waat so reat a farm call oa
Dr. C.A. Alleesargar, aasea ia
State BaakauiMiag. '
Delioioaa brick iee cream for sale at
the bowling aad hflhanl Batter.
Alfalfa meal for poaHry, jam. aast
it for aa egg
eBshayler foTtelttag at
of E. J.
they will lay yoa
331 per eeit f all
Cwmtf, Fan u Caracale Jack
ets at Gray''
E. W. North came ap from Omaha to
attend the faaeral of grandma North,
returning home 8aaday eveaiag
For Sale Rubber tired road wagoa,
red ruaaiag gear, jast aa good as aew.
WOlard Keller, Dry Gooda Dpt, Gray
For Ssle Hsraem shop doing good
bueiaess, also shoes repair ahopiacoa
aeotioa. Call oa or address Fetor Mas
ter, Moaroe, Neh.
Mr. aad Mm. E. a Smith retaraed
last Tuesday from Omaha where thev
had spent several daya viaiUag with
friends aad' relatives.
Frank Wake of Genoa wss ia the city
visttiag home folks Moaday. Oa Taas
day ha waat to Seward to see sis brother
Tom, expecting to retara today.
J. a Staple and Wss. Bartoa
were eatertaiaed at a It o'clock leach
eon last Saaday by the Misses Hssel
Smith aad Loaiee Wagaer, at the home
of the former.
R. a Palmer the tailor, deaa, dyi
aad repairs Ladies aad Goats' oletbisg.
Bate cleaned aad lahlookad. Battoas
made to order. Ageat Germaaia Dye
Works. Nebraska Phoaa.
The followiaa item saaeared ia last
Sunday's Omaha Bee: uAaaie Tomsoa
s for a divorce from Alfred B. Tom
soa on charges of aoneapport, aad waata
her maiden name of McAllmtor bank.''
W. J. O'Callaghaa soma time ago lost
a new for mitten aad advertised same ia
the Joaraal. Last week the article was
broaght totals oMoe, sad Mr. OXklla-
E. L Browae aad aaa retaraed
to their home ia St. Loaia Friday, after
a plainst-visit with Ma. Browae's
pareats, Mr. and Mrs. Wsx. Heasley.
They were aeoompaaied as far as Omaha
by Mha Metta Heneley.
James Greea of WoadviBa tawaship
m the ctty last Batarday, earoate
from Btsise, Kan.- Mr. Green re-
ceatly sold his Platte eoaaty farm aad
invested JaKsasss lead, aad heisweU
the marriage esremeay for Walter F.
Mathews to Miss Edaa Willott of Albion.
Aa the groom was aot of age am aaplioa-
writtea unaaaiss at Ms pareata.
J. B. Parker, eae of the hriek eaa-
tractorsef the aew Y. M. a
was the eity last
AJhioa to hmeii Jmnashi fsimai
ha wiM visit with the ansae folks
to attead a
Gas G. Becher. jr., hwt Maaday for a
baaiaem trip to Oasaha had Nsbranks m
Oity. H 2
Chap feed of aM kisas aaHaar ed free at f
aaasga.J ,T4ms)rissawanLBmaavyaaBailer -i-
afcflMlLiV.' -'v - ' ' 4
heaa soma kawkaora aad
aa egg before break.
Columbua Gete the New
People who are bothered with
norsmteat hssrischus oaght to
caaeed by their eyes.
Glosses are a pleesaat remedy,
too, aad aisataaj
For if glim is wiU stop a head
ache, they will keap.it etoped,
a? they are worn regalariy.
g yoa are tieablsd with head-
yoa to gat rid of iu
It will cost yoa aothiag to lad
oat, any way.
El. J. MEWHIEI.
Jeweler 4 Optician
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Dr. Naumaan. Dentist IS St.
Baled hay for sale. Joaa W. Mylet.
G. B. Prieb, paintiag aad paper
"Jaae aaatare' for boraav cows sad
hogs at Scott's.
If yoa waat to bay or sail farm leads
ase Joha W. Mylet.
Wanted Girl for general hoaeework
Mrs. F. K. Strother.
Dr. D. T. Martya. jrn cfloe new Colam
bas State Bank baildiag.
Dr. L. P. Gsrsteason, Veteriaariaa
both phoaas2M. Colambas, Neb.
Jewelry and. watch repairing. ' Carl
Froemel, Eleventh street jeweler.
Charley Barks of Omaha was tranr
acting busiaesa in this city Friday.
Adolph Oxpla was placed under qnsr
satiae for small pox Wednesday mora
le. Mies Oharlotta Matthews of Osdsr
Bapidsisvisitiag with frieada ia thie
Mrs. George Eagle of darks is tbe
guest this week at the home of Mr. and
Mm. J. W. Barnes.
Try eome of Scott's pountry feed,
spelts, rye, millet, oaae. wheat, shredded
oata sad cracked com.
Theodore Coltoa of Liacoln spent nev
eral daya of last week visiting at the
home of hie brother Frank.
Ed Hoppen who has been at Crestoa
for some time, retimed home Wednes
day for a ooaple of weeks visit.
Mrs. a J. Garlowwho has beea stady-
iag masie in Omaha, retaraed Friday for
a short visit with the home folks.
Joha Beoher made a bosiness trip
to Osuha Tuesday. He waa aeoompaa
ied by hie daughter, Mies Lottie.
Heary Plamb arrived here yesterday
moratag for a short visit with his brother
sad sisters, liviag five miles east of the
C. B. Speiee is having his coal office
remodeUsd aad the door placed ia the
A aew scale aad new floor era
O. J. Boott m gotag to baud a cement
factory at the ooraar of Twenty
flfth and North streets, haviag
A P.Mataoaof Ardea,Neb, was tbe
of his sister, Mrs.G. M. Hall,
Maaday aattl Wedaesday, while
from South Omaha,
Oa Tharsday. Jan. 93 the Temple
Quartette will appear at the aorth opera
saee aader the asptces of thaHigh
flshsnl Lsetare eoaree. The Temple
Qaartette ia oae of tbe flaest aad best
hjaowa aaartettcs ia thie eoaatry. They
Mrs. Patrick Powers, aged 54
died last Friday from Bright's
Mrs. Powers' maJdea aasac waa Mary
Braaigaa, and aha was bora ia Irelaad
Aagast 15. leaf. She came to America
in 1869. aad to Nebraska ia 1871. She
was married that soma year to Patrick
Powers. She leaves a hnebaadaad five
children, .Mrs. Taos. Oostollo of Chey
enne. Wyo , Mrs. Wm. Finnegaaof Mart
iag, Nek, Mm. .David Haaeyafboath
Omaha; Mrs. John Fianegaa of Eldora
do, Neb., aad Dela Powers of thie oity.
Twoaistors aad one brother also sarvive
her, Mrs. Evans aad Joha Braaigaa
of Cheyeaae, Wyo., sad Mrs. Barke,
who lives ia Ireland. The faaeral was
held Saaday at 2 p. mfrom the Catho
lic church and aha was Isid to rest ia the
The foUowiag telegram from Nebraska
City to the Omaha, World-Herald relates
toasaaaweUkaownia this city: "Chief
of Police Grant Yates arrested aad
placed ia jail a maa giving his asme as
W. Beckett, claiming to travel for the
OoneoHdatod Whip company of Omaha.
The arrest was made at the reqaesfof
the sheriff of Seward, who wanted the
maa for psssisg a forged draft It was
learned after the arrest that the maa was
charged with cashing another forged
draft here for lis, gettiaLuix Meade-
boft. a dealer, to endorse it for bins. The
prisoner wss taken to tteward "
Last Saturday the1uildiag committee
of the Y. M. C. a: accepted the brick
work oa the new baildiag, it having
been tamed over to them by the con
tractors, Messrs. Parker Bros. The
committee were well eatisfied with tbe
work, and everything' had beea com
pleted acoordiag to the specifications.
Siaoe workiag oa this building the
Parker Bros have decided to locate in
Columbus, that ie one of them, and be
tween now and 'warm weather will move
Ed Tschudy and John Tober were up
before Police Jadga O'Brien Monday
charged with being drank aad dietarb
ing the peace, and Tober wss fined 91
sad costs, which he paid. Tschudy was
aaiossed 995 aad costs aad pat to work
on the stone pile until it was worked out.
He became tired of bis job ia short order
and skipped out, bat the authorities are
looking for him and when foand will be
givn an opportunity to serve the bal
ance of the eentence. i
Colambas mrepreeeeted st the State
Firemen's tourasment, being held at
Nebraska City this week by the follow
ing members of the department: Bert
Galley, chief; Walter Pittman, hose
company No. 2; Christ Gam, hose com
pany No. 1; Gus G. Becher. Biesell hone
company; Martin Langely, Pioneer Hook
and Ladder company No. 1; W. L.
Boettcher, foreman Pioneer Hook aad
Ladder company No. 1, and member of
At the regular meeting of Pioaeer
Hook and Ladder Company No. 1, Mon
day evening, the following ofilcera were
elected for 1906: Wm. Heuer, president;
W. L. Boettcher, foreman; ,Psul Roth,
irst aeeistaat foreman; Joe Baney, ee
ooad assistsnt foreman; Lester Jeakin
aon, secretary: Eilert Mohlman, treasur
er; Chsa Hisbraaaer, Joe Schmitz, Fred
Abegglea, board of control.
Friday afternoon Judge Rattermaa
spoke the solemn words that joined the
hearts of two of Columbus' mosipopalar
young people. The contracting parties
were Miae Novills Bray, oldest dsughter
of Dan Bray, and Harvey L. Garrard of
this city. Mr. and Mm Garrard will
nuke their home for the present with
the bride's father, oae mile and a half
northwest of this city.
Ed Powers wss placed under arrest
Taesday evening for maliciously des
troying property. It seems thst he
attempted to kick ia the door at the
home of J. G. Price, aad while ao engag
ed Mr. Price telephoned to the police
aad aleo aadartouk to .captare him
Attar a abort chase the police leaded
Powera aad he will be given a trial be
fore the eoaaty judge.
The twelfth aaaiveraary of the Or
phean society was celebrated at their
hall Tuesday evening, aboat two baa
dred aad fifty membera sad their frieada
enjoying the banquet and bull. The
saaiveraary is the eveat 'of the society
aad this year waa fully up to the form
AU the btaokamHae of Polk eoaaty
have formed aa ssoclstisB for their
owa proteotioB aad the goad oastsmsrs
thst uetroeixe them.
-BUHe Everit,wife, aad little Xvarit
have retaraed from Oklahoma, tht-y had
Everit while there bat m was pretty
tough oa BUHe to ha away so loag.
Balph G. soa of Boa. aad Mrs. Max
Bittaar has goae from hare to the TJaioa
Ptciflc depot over at Oeatral Oity ud
wiU hold the posUion as seamtaat at the
atatioa there, while Earl
Ralph's place at the etetM
-Mies Iva Jarmia went away from
Osceola to Fremont last weak, aad aha
has secured a posrtioe fo a manic
Mies Iva makes eae of the heat
lady's that has ever beea ia Omils, aad
the Arm of Fremaat caa eonaidi
We are glad to aoto the feet that twe
af Osceola's young meaaave beea ia the
work while they have beea
attoadmg the state aaiveraity, M. A.
Mille, jr., aad Wm. B. King, will hold
the editorship dariag theaext term of
or what they call
, the Uaivaraity Joaraal m a
dairy audit makes the editors hump to
get out copy every day. Bat
yeuag gentleman are capable.
There wss laid to rest ia the Oassols
cemetery last Friday, two of
best sad promiaeat citiieae.
al of the late Beajamia a Campbell
held at the Methodist ehaiahlaat Fri
day afternoon, with his:orsssr
Bev. L Grigeby of Uaivaraity
omoistiag. Aa sa evidesee of the ra-
spect aad saTsctmsi for the Hi mm J, the
chareh was filled with hb friends. Mr.
Campbell was among the first settlers of
Oeceols areeiact comiag hare ia 1871.
aad with the exception of a few veers at
Nordea ia Keyapaha couaty had alwaya
lived here. He was eae of the most
loyal and stasachait members of the
Methodist church aad his daily life
showed that he was iaaareeet aad be
lieved ia the reBghm. that ha proteased.
Ha wss a member of J. F. Reynolds
PostG. A. R, haviag served ia the war
of theRebellioa ia Co. MP' of the 21st
Missoari Iafaatry for
Heary Mohrmaa is viaitiag relativea
ia Defiance, Iowa.
We are told that Joe Camp, jr., is
learning the sweet cream: trade.
William Albers, jr., shipped a beach
of hogs to 8oath Omaha Moaday.
Captain EJ Bos attended a skatiag
party oa Shell Creek Sanday evening.
Miss Clara Krager has returned from
visiting relatives and frieada at Oroftoa.
Willie Wurdeaaaa was a guest st the
home of Fritx Losske, oa roate oae,
Henry Braakaa made a call at the
home of Heary Klsavsr oa route No. 4
last Suaday eveaiag.
Herman. Saaaders rstaraed the latter
part of the week from his trip through
soma of the southern states.
J.F.Godekia, who has beea ooafiaed
to eJe borne with akkaess for the last
week, waa able to be in Oolambae Tues-
' E. Bass purchased L500 bushels of
corn from n farmer ia Oread Prairie
towaahip Moaday. Wa are iaforssed ha
paid fifty cents a bushel for it.
8ome of tbe farmers are busy hauliag
hay, aad marketing what wheat aad com
they can spare, while others are butcher
ing and fixing up things in general aboat
Mies Lena Godekia entertained her
yoaag f needs at a party at her home oa
the evening of the 19th. Sevea headed
eachre wss oae of the featarea of the
eveaiag, Henry Braakaa aad Miss Ruby
Miller wianingr a beautiful prise.
Joe Nosal shelled com Monday.
Albert Kammer'e new house is near
Mike Kampovitz made atriptoLia
coin oa baaines last week.
J. H.Haan is getting ready to pat the
fouadation under his house.
A record breaker. Carrier No. 6 took
twenty-five letters from a box last Sua
day. Amoet: those who marketed graia thie
weak were Frank Jaraoki, Mr. Iwaa aad
L. Haha left Wecaasday momiag for
the setdiers' aome at HotSpriaga, & D ,
where ha espects to rsaisia
Joe Hoaaar. who lives a half mile
from the route iu Batter county, butch
ered a Chester white hog last week that
weighed 711 pounds.
David Lsoaard moved his household
goods to Ed Haaa's place last
where he will farm the oomiai
Mr. Haha thirks he has had eaoagh
farmiagaadwUl ooaeider it a thiag af
the pest, sa he iagoiag to have a sale
aad dispose of all has property.
Bifgeat Bwjrgaiafl ia eeata aa4
fan ef the eeaeea at Gray's ea
ThartsUj, FrMay , Satariay
R EX ALL j
jg 'SflhW'eameamWaeaw'" em mr H
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One of thefamooa
Rtxall remedieB v
of which there
Theinfaat daacatorof M
Geo, Mulleaix ehd at th
Mr. aad Mm. Jeaa Htoah Moaday i
tag at 4 o'doak. The faaeral
were held Taaaday aftoraoea at o'
Bev. ,R Neumarher eoadaetiag
The laaaaiaa af the- Httla
laid' to rest ia the Celasahas
J. Psnlaldaf St. Edward, fermerly a
gram buyer at that pleee, wsahroucht
here Moaday ereaiag from Warner,
Neb., where he had saamrad aatrokeaf
paralyak. whteh affected hie lower limbs.
Ha wastsksa ta St Edward TUaada
teraooa,aad hm coadiUea wa
as to give hie frieada hopes for:
Charles Dictriche, a former Oalamhaa
boy, aae risen to the distisetieaef beiag
an iaveator. Ha has luesatly seat oat
circulars eallmg atteatioa to tha Dhv
trichs esacrete wall form elamp." It
looks like a good thiag and meJeimsd to
coaoreto work mash easier and
Charley is bow living at Little
Ferry, New Jersey.
hly sarpnssd.by thirty-five frieade lest
Thursday ereaiag, the
her twentieth birthday.
at elate hoar
aad after wiehiag the hnstum maay
happy retaraa of the day, the jolly
groap of merry makers departed to their
Paddy OarroU of Palmyra, Neb
the guest of his ancle, J.C.'Diaeea,
Roy Bray left last Tharsday for Syra
cuse, Wee,, where he will
uad Mrs. Harvey
Garrard ef Co
s vrnted st the
Bray from Friday aatil
was visiting at the home of J. C. tram
Friday ustil Suaday of last weak.
Last Saaday while Joha Kleuver waa
ridiag a horse, it slipped oa the iee and
oroae it a leg, sad wiir probably have to
Mia, J. J. Dodds aad ohildrea returned
totheirhomeia Cambridge, Neb, thai
week, having beea visiting here since the
Mm. Adam Maadingof MarehaUtowa,
la., arrived last weth aad wiM snake her
home with her brother, J. A. KiUboam
Forest Batter retaraed last Friday
from Broken Bow; Liaeola aad ath.r
points in the state, after aa abaeace of
Mrs. G. A. Pride aad aeieo, Maad
Baraes, left Taesday for Gibbea City,
111., where Mrs. Pride will make her
fatare home aad Miae Barnes will visit
frieada and relativea for about six
Nellie Sullivan returned to her
duties as teacher in district No. 4. after
so enforced abaeace of one week oa Se
conal of sickness. Miss Mary Lyach
had charge of tbe echool dariag her
We have the ageaey for the
famous MaaaiBg Underwear, the
beet popular priced Union Suite
oa the market Prices ia mea's
from 91.(0 to 940. Prices ia
boya from 50c, Tie, 91 aad $1.25.
In two piece garmeate we have
a spleaoid liae ready for your ia
spectioa sad raagiag ia price
from facto $2 99 a garment.
early while the i
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