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Seal Braad ia oae and two pouad cans.
in 1 and 2 lb. cans,
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in one pouad cans.
From the Newa-Jouroal.
Word was received in F'tllerton left
week of the death of Tseopolus Harrison
of Colorado Springs. Mr. Harrison was
well known to many of our people, he
st oae tine having large land interests
ia tbis and adjoining counties. He was
a brother-in-law of Alonzo Thompson.
Dock Bixby plantively says: -Time
was when E. V. Clark and M. V. Moudy
were two of the big politicians of Nnoe
county. Where are they bow?" As
both of these gentleman have been dead
for a number or years, the News-Journal
is aot positive that it can point to the
exact sojourning place of either of them.
From the Statesman.
Harry Prnit, this week, shipped his
household goods to Omaha, where be
ass purchased a residence.
Floyd Sharrar received his new mail
wagon, tbis week, and can now make hia
route ltetter protected from the weather.
Geo Irving aud family have moved
from the Fredricks farm north of town,
onto the W. J. Lueacnen farm southwest
Grandma Morris was 80 years old Isst
Saturday, and over one hundred of her
friends and relatives surprised her by
assembling at the home of Mr. and Mia.
E. T. Graham to help her celebrate the
way. A handsome new dress was pre
sented her as a token of respect ia which
she ia held.
From the Repeblicaa.
Miss Helen Shannon of Columbus
the guest of Monroe friends sad re
Mrs. Sarah Watts arrived Tuesday
from Garden City, Kas, for a visit with
bar sou in this locality.
Sax Percy, who has been at home
siaee the first of the year on account of
laying off men on the Union Pacific, ex
pects to resume work in the Bear future
in aaother department.
Sdwin Hoars hsa a large pile of wood,
all cat and hauled from his farm ea
Lost Greek, and Ed can swing aa axe as
good aa he ased to when he hauled wood
ervation thirty years ago.
W. D- Benson who carries rural route'
Ho. 1 from Columbus, was in Monroe
B linsJBOsa Tuesday. Mr. Benson owns
portion of Benson; island southwest of
Gents9 Furnishing Goods
406 1 1th Swf!-
aad ewe, or prow. when
oar cofceo are spokea of
it's to extol their virtues.
Tired nature aaaa'ta spee
dier or snore refreahiag
"reaewtr than these
Don't be deluded iato bay
iagwhat is claimed to be
just as good, wbilet oan is
just as cheap.
RAGATZ & CO.
ABOUT OUR NEIGH
BORS AND FRIENDS
CUPPED FROM OUR
tows, aud is diappsiag of
F. H. Hoppook returned from 8axoo,
IU., the fttet of the weak, where he was
called by the illasss of his mother. Mrs.
W. R. Wiaa. ki the time he. left his
mother was slowly improving aad there
was no immediate danger.
From the Signal.
Oscar O'Heel weat to Columbus yes
terday, he will take a course at the com
mereial schooL '
Mrs-K-A. Keboe arrived home last
evening from her visit ia Canada. She
reports a pleasant trip. There is plenty
of snow wast of lows.
Mrs. D. V. Maekee was in Columbus
Monday, receiving treatment for a very
sore hand which has been causing her
considerable trouble for some time.
Mr. sad Mrs. Herman Brodfuehrer
aad sou drove -'up from Columbus to
visit Mr. George Soheidel, sr., wbo has
been confined to his home the past week
by illness. t
Mr. aad Mrs. John G. Began arrived
here Taesday evening from Longmont,
Colo , where they -have visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. OalOll. They will continue
their journey to their house at Pierre.
8. D Best week.
fir. Pughhad two ruaawaya Sunday
inside of fifteen minutes. Nothing
damaged, although the team ran some
even miles the last time by itself, com
ing to the barn where it belonged .and
atoppiag to be unhitched.
Diedrich Hamwho sold hia leaidence
here to the Olsssoa girls lsst tall, but
who had his household effects stored in
the house, moved them to Columbus
Monday, where he has purchased pro
perty and will make their home.
The ire whistle which was blown
Monday evening was a very weak affair
asd was not heard by many on the oat
skirts of towa. A aew whistle has been
ordered, which will be connected direct
to the boiler, aad it will make a aoise
that will be heard by all within area-,
' Mrs. Garrett 8cauJte, living about two
miles east of towa, tripped oa a piece of
broken wire last Sunday and fell with
sack force aa to break her thigh bone
(femur) a trifle above the center. Con
sidering the lady's age, which ie in the
sixties, this ie certainly a serious mishap.
The atteadiag-physician reports her to
be resting easily at this writiag.
Saaday aad Meeeav af this weak.
Matt Farrett returned from Milford
thia weak where he had beaa far souse
time past asaktag his heme at ttv
soldiers home. t
Mr. aad Mas. Brace Webb cfOrsetoa
took the train here Satarday for Oolum
bus to eased the day visiting friends
snd relatives aad to attend to hwsftsws
Tom Van Dyke was taken unite ear-
iouelyill with sppeadssitas on his wed
diss; day. Batae oldisayiag that a
will afford a little conaolatjoa to
sad his bride. The attack came oa him
ia the morning and it was with dissoulty
he was able to withstand the paia uatil
after the ceremony was performed. It
was aeoesssry for him to go to bed sad
receive nwdicsl atteatkm, so he was aa
able to eajoy the festivities of the day or
the dance ia his hoaor ia the eveaing.
Another death baa beea added to the
list of tragic deaths which have occurred
in this oommunity duriag the past few
years, aad it is the third death by sui
cide in the last six years Carl Stern
berg, a restdsst of this coaunauity for
only a few weeks, died Moaday aftsr
boob about 4:30 o'clock from the effects
of poison token with saieidsl iataat.
For the past twe years the dsceassd had
seen making his home ia Liaeola while
his family lived ia aooaaty west of here
until about a year ago wasa they moved
to Humphrey aad haveeiaes oaoupiss)
the little house oa Fred Fueha' toad
soataeast of towa. .Mr. Storabsrg was
first taken to Liaeola for treatassat .ia
the insane asylasa, sad aftsr six mosths
treatment he was discharged, sppsrcafr
ly with his leasoaing powers fally re
stored. Hetlen secured some kiadof
employment in Lancoln aad remsiaed
there until about three weeks ago whoa
he came to Humphrey. Mrs. Otsrabsrg
says that her husband complained of aot
feeling well and at different
threatened to kill himselt so it is
able to believe the awn was aot right ia
his mind. On the afternoon of his
deatbVabout foar o'clock, while sittiag
on a chair, he wss token violently ill
snd he told hia wife that he. bad taken
poison. He then walked into a bed
room and laid down on abed aad before
uaedioslsid could beeeeured he died,
snd seeuusgly without a struggle,
From the Nonpareil.
John Van Pelt has aeospted a positioa
with the TRHord" Grain Co. aad left
Tuesday for Platte Center to sssaassthe
auuiagement of the oompaay's elevator
at that point. Joha is aa ex-farmer
and knows what grain looks like so be
oaght to makes suooess of ak aew bus
iness. ' He will aot saove hw family to
Platte Oeater for a few weeks.
Some person with snore atalice than
they oaght to harbor in their hearts pat
oat poison again last week jad as a re
sult five or six dogs were killed,' Secre
tary Hughes' "Doc" aad Mr. Markham's
house hog being among the number.
The man or woman who puts out poisou
for the purpose of killing a dog is a cow
ard. If a dog becomes a nuisance in
form the owner and if he wont kill it
tell the marsh si. Several valaaUe dogs
have been killed in the last year by
means of poison. One of these days the
person who is doing this sort of thing
will be discovered and then something
Confronted with the double charge of
bigamy and forgery, Mr. aad Mas. H
Brewiagtoa, recent resideate of Central
City, were arrested at York Moa
day by the sheriff of that county on in
stracttoaa of Sheriff Her, who in turn
wss acting on information faraished by
a detective wbo was here the first of the
week. The alleged offsasss were com
mitted at Oolambua, Ksasas, and Jhe
Brewingtou will be takes there for trial
What the nature of the forgeries are
could not be leaned, bat it is said that
both are wanted for bigamy. Brewing
ton is a barber aad has beea working at
the Agnew shop ia this city for several
months. Mrs. Brewington is a daugh
ter of the late Henry 8teffey. About a
week ago the couple went to York where
he expected to find work as a barber.
From tke Post.
Mike Daeey aad Henry Laoaait were
Columbus viritors Thursday.
Mr. and Mm. fiaraey Hsssmsa aad a
nephew went to Cedar Bapids Tuesday
to visit aad be preseat at the weddiag of
Cards are out anaoaaciag the ap
proaching marriage of William Grogaa
and Miss Tens Formsaelr, which will
take place January 29th.
Dr. Evans reports a ease of assail pox
at the Frank Morrow home south of
towa. Orr Nichols who is vmiting at
the Morrow home ia the sJlicted oae.
It was just twsaty years ago last Saa
day, that the people ef this state ex;
perieaoed the great blixsard of 1888, the
like of which has aever beea equaled in
Nebraska, aad eoasiderably differeat
from the weather we are aew eajoyiag
Oae of oar retired farmers who moved
to town, promised to pay the preacher
two dollars just as aooa as - he sold hia
calf. 8ome weeks after the oaoirsaag
the beaatital aoag -The Half Has
Kever Been Told." The farmer eosse
what hard ef hearing compUiaed to his
wife that the ehoirhsd iaaaltsd him aa
they had snag "The Calf : Had Never
Sold.' Vlswaagtoa Clipper Otisea.
A BeuraoM eart for the ase of the
Howells ire desartmeat was received
lest Friday. It wss paid for hy the are-
saeaaadateatadtotha towa. It'saa.
extra good lot of freighters wko fl,
work tor hitg aad parahsse their
arrived Batatday fcaai
fsrsssrly Miss Cora Parry, baa seen
to Nebraska ia the hope thst the
r prove hrsiieisl. Saw tolls
aathatByreaHaray, whe easto from
8urrey to Omaha to see a specialist
waardiag hia lost eye-sight, returaed
home with Levi Perry, who was viettisg
ia Howells aad vidalty, week before
lsst witboat bsiag givaajmy hope of"
having his vieioe restored. It is a sad
easeaad Mr. Hardy hsa the sympathy
of has assay oMCWfnxWatj friaads ia
am great sMfetioa." Shealso bUormed
rssidmthoracBase dawn' frosc'Sarrey a
few weeks ago aad has beea at Kaasss
City. Mo. where he weat to have a eaa
eer removed from oae side of his aese.
He ia at preseat at Elgin at the home of
Mm. Msrsjery Psrry.
Aa old faahioasd load of cord wood
wse offered for sale oa the streets of
Genoa lsst Friday.
Ataa adjoaraed regular meeting of
the village. board held last Wednesday
eveaiag, aa 'ordiaaaoe was pssted calliag
a spsoial eleetioa for the 10th day of
February to votooa a propositioa to is
sue bsads to the amount of 13000 for
the aaupose of iastslliag aa electric light
Evidently the goverasaeat coatem
pistes adoptiag a policy that will even
taally remove Iadian aahoola to re
ssrvatioBS. Tbis plaa has beea ad
vocatsd by some ef theossoisls coaaeoted
with tnajTadiaa departstent. The school
at Carlisle, Peansylnuua.oae of the
largest ia the country, will be sbaa
doaed aad the 'papile traasfsrred to
schools in the west. Major Mercer's
retirement as auperiuteudent, especial
from Carlisle states, is regarded aa the
first step in thie direction, though that
osfcerhss denied any knowledge of euoh
sparpose. Several attempts have beea
made in the peat, whea General Pratt
was in control of the school, 'to defeat
the appropriatioB for its Bsaiateaaace,
these efforts always emsatingfrom the
Weat sad bsiag sapported by ths sen
ators snd representatives of states where
there ie a ooasiderable Iadiaa popula
tioa. These ssoves have, always been
resisted with vigor by the friends of the
school in the east.
A citizen from Fallerton was ia the
city the last of the. week sad ia con
versation with' the Leader ressarked that
Fallerton would go dryer thea a Buffalo
chip at the coating sptisg elsctjoa, and
gave hie reasons for so thiakiag.
A thousand years after you are dead
there will he the asms old things to
worry about; to maoh raia, or not
enough, financial flurries, intemperance
in eaiing and drinking, aafaithful
frieads, etc,, etc ,etc If yoa are able to
overcome worries -over the ordinary
t hinge of life, it is a sign that you have
acquired a little sense. If you "go to
pieces' over nothing, it is a sign yon
have leaned nothing. Ex.
There ia one thing of which we are
getting most awfully tired. Nearly
every msn we have met the past two
months has had sossethiag to say about
it bsiag mighty nice weather. ' Darn it,
don't we know it? Of course it is nice
weather, any old chump knows that,
aad any one who has lived ia Nebraska
for any length of time would have beea
surprised had the weather .been say
thing but fine. We .are subject to fine
weather. Of course there hsa been ex
ceptions, but not often enough to count.
From Urn Sand.
E. W. Lnndy is staying with his
brother, C. M., at Loup City, caring for
him duriag hia illness.
Attorney D. F. Davis speat a couple
of days at Columbus the first of the
week, bsiag engaged ia the tnal of a
Attorneys Louis Lightner of Colum
bus aad J. D. SbieldVof Fullertoa were
in town Thursday amistiag in the en
tangling of some matters in dispate be
tween one of our farmers .and his land
lord. FredTallon met with qaite a sad ac
cideat Wedaesdsy while shelling eon.
His mitten eaaght ia the gearing of the
abeller snd three fingers of his right
hand were badly crushed. Dr King
aad Robinson of Silver Creek were call
ed and found it aeoesssry to amputate
the first sad second fingers at the
knuckle joints aad tke third finger st
theauddle joiat. At lsst reports Mr.
Talloa was doiag nicely under the cir
cumstances. Beoher, Hoekeaberger k Chambers
real estate agents, report the following
real estate 4ranef era Had for record if
theomceof the coaaty clerk duriag the
week ending Jan. 18, 1908. '
Cart ateinwaU to Sarah J &odatt. lots
8 and ft. hlk'-A.,,ComMa tiqaara.
aaaa Emjelbart to MeCord Brady Co
lota.alkB.Ciesson. wd 210 08
Joan Fnrama to H Heckeabwaer, a a
lS.sMv.wd 299 SB
JohaVamoak to John V Hebda, lots.
BlaU LaaehtoMatt Leach, aw 2247 Jw,
qed 1 6
Pkasar Town BU Co toAlezEmmatt,
lotas,Uk2.ConJaa,wd 75 S
HHuakashaiam to John MJeak. a2 as
WaawWa WU amswV wV
DFMahoaay toaaunata S TTslsos. let
Satt Flat Center. ie
Joha WKehontoAacaata K Kaman, lot
FKmaHhswi toChasG Mmak. lot ,
Maa lmwe mswasBaVwVuBm wVMee , aaswWwB
I njgiac to J.If waasaroea. part lota
'' .SaadS, Hk.lS.tiacraM'a addition.
Carl atttoAaWahCsaam. sartMto7
H-8 Kttiaet to Bd Haaiitet at. let 4, hue
;. Ishmad Fark, CWamhas, wd 12SUB
.WXwssrtp toMstW ajassly. mvtoat
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The young woman entered the re
aeatioa room with the air of haviag
expected some one
else and of trylag
to conceal her als
"How do you do,
aha saM. "I am so
glad ,to see you! It
has "beea such a
loag 'time siace
you called oa me!"
"Yes," said the
youag maa with
the loag face aad
"It has beea some
time, that ia true.
But whea a man
has a large er
-How Dreadful." social- circle it
takes time to get around."
"Yes. Indeed.", agreed the youag
woman. "It must keep you busy!"
The young maa sighed. "Well, I fry
to see all my frieads as often as I
caa," he said, "but it keeps me jump
ing! You're bo idea the time It takes
or the distances I hare to travel. Aad
people are so thoughtless they thlak
a man has aeglected them If he doesa't
appear once or twice a week, aad
they show it"
That is the penalty of popularity."
remarked the young woman. "They
probably miss you aad feel hurt."
"Oh, I don't know about that!" said
the youag maa with the narrow fore
head, slowly. "Only you have to be so
careful of people's feelings. Do you
know, I've gone to call oa girls who
have actually snubbed me just because
I hadn't been there for so long! Yes,
It's a fact!"
"How dreadful!" said the young
"Not that I let oa that I noticed It,"
continued the youag, man. "I just
stayed the evening out as If aothlng
was the matter. I knew that la reality
they were enjoying my. calL Girls are
so funny acting one way while they
feel quite another way. It takes a man
who understands them to get on with
them. They are more attracted by a
maa who Isn't under their feet all the
time, now, area't they?"
"Well," said the young woman care
fully, "I should say it depended con
siderably on the man. There are men
the less of whom one sees the fonder
one grows o; them! Oh, yes!"
"My theory, exactly," beamed the
young maa with the narrow forehead.
"Not that I try to make every girl I
know care about me, but aaturally I
like to be, as popular as I can. There
have beea so maay things to do of late
that this Is the first time I've been
able to get down on the south side this
fall. I know so many people out this
way. too. Why. there are six places
by actual count within two blocks of
your house where I should he calling
this minute!" "' '
"I don't want to be selfish," said the
young woman hopefully. "You mustn't
let me keep you, Mr. Whacker, if you
are expected somewhere else."
"Oh, you're not," said the young
maa,. comfortably. "They don't expect
me. I like to surprise people. I 'don't
believe they even know I've got oack
to town. Don't you worry about that
-nTm perfectly willing to spend a
whole evening at one place when I
haven't been there in such a long
time. I thlak I owe.it to whomever I'm
calling on. 'A call w a pleasure to me,
not a duty!" i
"Oil how nice!" murmured the
young woman, vaguely, with a surrep
titious glance at the clock.
"When I was at the lakes this sum
mer," said the young man, with' a
descent Into patronizing earnestness.
"I made up my mind that the first
thing I would do ou my return was
to go to see you. What have you been
doing to kill timer;
"Oh," said the young woman with
faint sarcasm, "I have managed to
exist! I've got along somehow or oth
er. Of course, you know, it baa been
"That's too bad." said the. youag
maa sympathetically. "We must see If
we can't liven
things up a bit for
you. I always like
to give a girl a
good time, espe
daily if she isn't
used to it Not
that I mean you
that is to say"
The doorbell in
Presently an ex
ceedingly tall, de
lag young maa
was ushered la.
The young' woman
greeted him with
Mr: Gettle," she
murmured and then let her gase fall
gently on Mr. Whacker as she went
on. "You don't mind, I know, Mr.
Whacker, my asking you to excuse
me? I have a cardparty engagement
with Mr. Gettle. And you see you can
get some of those six calls on your
4ist near here."
Mr. Whacker spoke out loud before
he had gone a block from the young
"I don't like to think it," he said,
bitterly, "but I actually believe she
was glad to get rid of me! Of me!"
Chicago Daily News.
Horse, Heg and Elephant in One.
C. G. Mianlck, of 29S8 Darlea street
Philadelphia, a week ago cut from a
tree Bear Secaae station a section of
forked limbs for a one-piece three
legged stool. The three limbs where
they are cut off are in the perfect
.Hkeaess, oae of a horse's hoof, the
second of a hog's split hoof "aad the
third like aa elephant's trunk. The
mouth aad the trunk of the elephant
are startllngly true to nature. The
likeness Is of nature's own carving.
All Mr. Muatek had to do waa,to
atrip the hark off.
ter and eggs; mmkm tarn Mswaitv
cajc and ftMUtry mot appetiz-
This is the only baking;
powder made from Royal
Grape Cream of Tartar.
It has No
MADS HI3 HOME A FORTRESS.
Tenant Had Neat Way ef Shutting
Out Undesirable Visitors.
"Alterations to suit tenant" was a
part of the sign la a Philadelphia
buildiag. teUing that a loft over the
store was to" let' Oae day lately a
prospective teaaat applied aad ex
pressed himself aa pleased with the
location aad quarters,, as well as the
terms. As to alterattoaa he had only
one thing to suggest aamely, that the
stair steps be fixed to the top loor
with a pair of stout hlagjrt. aad cords
be attached so that they might be
raised aad lowered, la a way best Il
lustrated perhaps by the attachments
of a fire escape. Aaxious to get a
tenant and seeing ao particular objec
tion to this arrangement, the land
lord complied. His teaaat a quiet
man, was wont to go to his quarters
early In the forenoon aad at once
draw the steps up to the ceiling. A
few only of his maay visitors, those,
la fact who gave a .peculiar whistle,
were accoauaqdated by the lowering
of the steps. The others were Ig
nored. The landlord, fearful lest some
unlawful transactions might be going
oa ia his buildiag. called upon the
tenaat for aa explaaatloa. "Oh," was
the reply, "my frieads have the
whistle. The other fellows are cred
itors." The hinges are still working.
The caution of the Aberdoalaa la
giving an answer to a direct question
wad well illustrated the other day.
when one was asked; r "Was aot your
father's death very uttddea?" Slowly
drawing one hand from his pocket and
pulling down bis beard, the intern
gated one cautiously replied: "Aye.
it was unco' sudden for him. I ne'er
kent o' ma feyther'bela' la a hurry be
fore." Stray Stories.
Ne Matter About Him.
Mr. Lendout "Yes, sir. that horse
is a beauty. You'll have to hold him
in. Our terms are pay la advance
when you hire." Hon. Flrstmount
"Haw are yoa 'fraid haw I shall
come back without him haw?" "No.
sir. But he might come back without
you!" Stray Stories.
HARD AND 80FT C0AL-
9RDEBS FILLED PROMPT-
LT. P. D. SMITH LUMBER
We iavito all who desire choice
steak, aad the very best cuts of
all other sseata to call at our
market on Eleventh street We
also handle poultry aad fsh aad
oysters in season.
S.E. MARTY & CO.
Telephone No.1. - Colambua,-tTeb.
Kan., LatMis far Salt
Good Farms from
All of these farms
' are well improved.
Raise alfalfa, corn
wheat and oats.
MMfesM ft O'Gaanail
Real Estate Agents
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World's Oldest Repub'.'ce.
So far as practical considerations go
Switzerland is the oldest of sui.'iving
republics. Two puny republics, how
ever, long antedate the Helvetic cji
federation and in strict accuracy on
of these two must be the oldest re
public of all now in existence. One of ,
them is the republic of San Marino in
Italy, on Mount Titano, the oldest
state In Europe and one of the small
est ia the world. The other is the re
public of Andorra in the Pyrenees,
made independent by Charlemagne.
No fixed date can be assigned to either
of these, both are mediaeval relics,
and San Marino may be identified
even before the middle ages began.
Woes of the Druggist.
"If you want to meet the limit of
nerve," remarked a druggist, "you
must keep a drug store. Most people
seem to think the place is for public
accommodation, without the necessity
of any real patronage on their part.
We have had a good many nervy re
quests, but one the other day capped'
the climax. It was raining hard and
a woman we didn't know, who lived
three blocks away, telephoned us to
send her two two-cent postage
Dates can be made at the
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