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VOLUME XXXVUL NUMBER 43.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1906.
WHOLE NUMBER 1,889.
The Best Bar- i
gain in Town
in houses. We have it,
and we believe just what
we Bay. A good house in
a rood location. If yoa
are on the market for a
home of yoar own, we
will be pleased to how
it to yoa. Money to loan
oa real estate at the
lowest rates of interest
New Corn . .
MAirr TEAMS AGO.
Files of the JoaraalJan 28,1874.
The I. O. O P. have formed an organi
sation in Columbus. They, will occupy
the rooau over Arnold's' jewelry store.
Installation this week.
W. T. Callaway's brick building oa
Eleventh street' is alurast completed, and
will be ready for occupancy by the
middle of February. We learn that Mr.
W.H. Heidelberger, the clever clothing
man. will occupy it.
At the last trial of the fire' engine it
was demonstrated to the satisfaction of
all present that wells will not do as
fcedemfor the engine. The laOread
well at the demit was emptied'iu twenty
aueutes after the machine got antler
headway. What aext? , v
v j Oa Monday evening - this weekoar
reporter visited the speeial meeting of
the Hook and Ladder Oo. The company
is bow fully organised and nambers
aboat forty roen. Judging from the
appearance we should think, that in
case of fire, they woald render valaable
eerrice, as they are all stout and active
men. Their uniform consists of u blue
shirt with black velvet collar aad cuffs,
black belt bound with white and Fire
muu's Week cap. We leara that it will
be several weeks yet before they are
ready for active service.
The following teachers were in attend
ance at the several sessions of the insti
tute at this place: Dana Magoon, Bus
sel Hills, W. H. Preecott, C. L. Hill,
John Carbon. N. Crabtree, C. A. New
man, A. M. Buckley, H. H. Stultz. Chas.
Stewait, F. A. Cogswell, Jhas. Magoon,
Warren Norton, J. P. Strong, M. H
Whalev. J. H. Lynch, P. Hays, Celeste
Fifeld, Helen M. Davis, R. iM. Taomp
aoa, V. Shannon, Bona Bickley. Mary
Weaver, Ida Bodnaer, M. N. Schaltz,
Minerva Gardner. Mary K. McOath,
Mtaaie Simmons, Sarah Crabtree, Anna
Coaaty Assessor 8bell Olark has se
lected his deputies for 1906, with the
exception of those for the city of Co
Iambus. These will be named when the
board meets again, as that will be in
plenty of time for them to get in touch
with their duties. Following is the lint:
Columbus township Henry Engie.
Biemafrfc Seibert HeibeL
8herman Ed Ludtke.
Creston F. F. Olark.
Hampbrey Joseph Muff.
. v Grand Prairie Geo. Fehringer.
8hell Creek Max Gottberg.
Lent Greek James Maber.
Barrows Andrew Leas.
Graaville-T. D. Bobison.'
St. Bernard P. J. 8chacher.
Monroe O. L. Crawford.
Batler E J.Ernst.
Loup J. O. Knmmer.
Woodville Bert Berndt.
Walker Ed Peterson.
' J. C. Echols of this city is now a
ber of the firm of Elliott, Speiee Co
vThis change will not make any change
a the firm name, which will remain the
name. Eujott Sfeicb At Oo.
We have a large stock of coal. Rook
Maitland, Zeigler, Trsatea,
, Banner, Golden-Ash, and Monarch
in lamp and nat. Also vPeana. hard
la all sixes. Nkwmak k Wnci.
Fnim Far tale.
The Kerr eetata.se 1-4 113
sine north of Moaroe. Call ea or
Mra.0 B. Watts, Moaroe, Neb.
XatwrtMerj talis at tfce Fib
matrkk Pry CrMit 8Ure all
aal eketioa of eaeosn of the
Colamhas Fire ' departaVaat was held
Monday evening, the following being
elected: Otto Sehreiber, presidVat; Daa
J. Edhols, Ties preeidrat; Dr. M. T,
MeMahon. seoreiary; Eilert Mohlmaa.
treasnrer; nert J. Galley, chief;' Emil
Kampf, assktaat chief. The following
is a nummary of the report submitted to
the department by Chief Galley: There
are at preseat 75 active members in the
department. Daring the year just pest
tbere'were fifteen new members taken
if, seven resigned, three suspended or
dropped, one transferred to other de
partment, one reinstated. Five certii
cfttea were graated for five years of ser
vice. There were two deaths, both of
honorary members, aad their fanerals
attended by the dansrtmsnt. Thirteea
irssis the record for the year aad aboat
8,000 feet of hose was laid aad the de
partment traveled eight miles ia going
to the fires, the total time being nine
hears aad thirty-five adnata. The
total damage amounted to $M6 with
insaranee of $380, leaving the net loss
Last Friday Sheriff Carrig weat to
Norfolk aad placed aader arrest
William Oabbiaoa, formerly ef Platte
Center on n charge of bigamy. Oubbi
son came to Platte Center several years
sgo and passed himself off as a single
man Ia 1904 he was married to Miss
Nellie Began and nothing wrong was
suspected, until wife No. 1 learned of
his whereaboate and made inquiry re
garding him. Oabbiaoa found oat that
trouble, wan brewing aad made haste to
wave Platte Ceater, aad aiace that time
the aathontiss have been looking for
him. Wife No. L who lives ia Kansas,
where he deserted her, has two ohildreo
aad his Platte Ceater wife has oae
child. Monday Cmbhisoa was Ukea be
fore Jadge Battersaaa aad waived ex
amiaatioa aad bound over to the dis
trict court, his bond being $500.
Kramer desires to call
atteetioe to the praciiceof some patrons
of rami delivery ef pladag loose ooinsia
their boxes each time they desire to dis
patch letters instead of sapplying
selves with postage in advance of their
needs, This praotiee imposes nndue
hardship oa rami carriers ia
loose eoins from boxes aad delays
oa theservieeof their reatss. Theaoat
master, therefere, argeatly resjaests
that patrona of rami delivery provide
stamps consist snt with aad -iaJ advance
of their needs. It is also very desirable
that rami patrons place in their audi
boxen small detachable eaps of wood or
tia ia whioh to place coins, when usees
aery, ia purchasing supplies of stamps.
Warwick Baaaders of Oolumbna has
finally failed ia the supreme court to
collect from the state $500 for services
performed aader a resolution passed by
the legislature of 1897. This resolution
directed that a special committee inves
tigate freight rates to the south and
consider the needs of n railroad to the
galf. Saunders wns the oaly member of
the eommittae"to investigate the galf
railroad mattert Commissioner Ames of
the supreme court beld in his decision
that the omoe which Saunders filled can
not legally be crested by concarrent
resolatioa of the legislature.
Wa. Masonliving northwest of the
city, is at the'hospital with a brokea leg
as a resalt of a runaway Monday after-
jhm. tie was armngnis team west oa
Fifteenth street when they became
frightened at an automobile driven by
Fred Naylor. They starttd to ran and
when aboat three blocks ..west Mr.
Mason jumped out of the .wagon, light
ing in each a manner as to break his
ankle. The team proceeded bom, aad
arrived them without doing aay damage
to tie wagon. Mr. Mason was takes to
the hospital, when the fractare was
A very sad accident ocoarred Monday
nt the home of' Edward Connolly, five
mike south of Liadsay, which resulted
in the death of their son Clarence, aged
f bar years. In some way the little fel
low tumbled dowa stairs, and when he
reached the bottom there was n broken
chair standing there. One of the rungs
was stioking.up, and this entered near
the boy's eye, penetrating the brain,
which resalted in bis death that evening.
The funeral will be held Thursday morn
ing from St. John's church, ia Joliet
"Hoot" Long, one of the pioneer set
tlers of Boone coaaty, was ia the city
Fridsy sad took a south booed traia for
the southern part of the state to look at
a bunch of fiae settle which he contem
plates purohssing. He is the same good
aatared. big-hearted "Hoot" as ia the
70v, when he flayed bell against theold
Shoo Fly club of ,this city. All
yean he has been a hard worker.
rich, aad in deeerviagof all he
The Journal wishes him eoatiaaed
The following item is clipped from a
reseat copy of the Fremont Tribune:
MJohn Early of Oolambes, a promising
young electrical engineer of taat pause,
was in the city between traine yesterday
a guest of his friend, Frank Psrkias
Mr. Early was retaraiag from a trip to
Malme, Neb. where he will build anew
sleotricbght statue for the towaaata
erities. He sad just received aa sav
Jprevalef seme plans hesubsaittsd to
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Try the Victoria cigar. I tiiiif
Try the Victoria cigar.
Dm. Paul aad Matxee, Deatists.
Dr. Lusschas Occahat and aarist. '
Cob meal for your cows at Scott's.
Dr. YellJsr, Oatiipsth. Barber aleok.
Dry stove wood for sale. J. W. Mylsi.
Dr. W. H. Slater, veteriaariaa, phbae
People who get results advertise in the
Cigars oa ice at the bowling aad bil
All kiadsof ioar at the same old pri
es at Soott'a.
If you want to mat a farm call oa
John W. My let.
ia Omaha Tuesday.
Dr. C. A. Alleebarger,
State Beak building.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joha Egger is quite sink.
McCaU patteras 10 and 16 eaats at the
FiUnatriok Dry Goods Store. .
Delieieaa brick ice cream far sale at
the bowling aad billiard parlor.
Alfalfa aieal for poultry, you seat
heat it for aa egg producer, at Seottfs.
Big rednctieu ia. fun aad wool fssei
nnters at -the Fitisetck DrjT Goods
awaaw. r$r r &. ty,-t -
Chop f ssd of mil kiade delivered free of
charge. The pikes wiUmato joe smile,
at Scott's. '
Feed vnar hena
they will lay you i
egg before break-
mmw v wj n.
- Daaay Roberta, the big stockman from
Platte Center, was here Sunday,' telling
funny stories to his numerous friends.
' Charley Wake, jr., of St. Edward has
base in .the city since Friday, aad is
hustling new membsra for the K. O. T.
, John Hoffman, n former easiness man
of this city, now of Wisconsin, baa been
visiting friends in this city the past
For Sale Rubber tired road wagon',
red running gear, just as good as new.
Willard Keller, Dry Goods Dapt, Gray
For Sale-Hamess shop doing good
business, also shoes repair shop in con
nection. Call on or address Pater Mhb
ter, Moaroe, Neb.
The reeeataold snap has made the ice
harvest possible, and a force of ama am
busy at it. The ice ia from nine to
eleven inches in taickaess aad of a good
R, & Phlaanr the tailor, clean, dyes
aad repairs Ladies', aad Gents' clothing.
Hats cleaned and reblooked. Buttons
made to order. Agent Germaaia Dye
A very pleasaatoocasioa waa the joint
installation of offaoem of Knights aad
Ladies oTtbe Maocabeea laat Friday
evening, which wns atteaded by about
one hundred aad twenty-five msmbsrs
of the two orders.'
On Thanday, Jan. 30th at Grace
Charch Rectory a sooul will be given by
the Rector and choir to the nariehioaem
and friends of the church, ca
at 8 o'clock Refmahmeata wiU be
ad aad a very pissaent eveaiag ia aati
eipated. 8aaday the team of St Frsaoie Branch,
Catholic Knighta of America, No. 367 ef
this city, consisting of T. Meemsa, Mar
tia Speicher, J. W. Bared, Frank Soails
aad G. Friachhols, went to Lwriagton.
wham they aetabKaasd a aei
with a sasmherahip of fifty.
The hsadsnms baaaer, which
ceased by Pioneer Hook and Ledder
Compaay Na I, arrived Meaday. It ia
thirty-six iaoeea wide sad five feet leag.
aad hssoa it the ansae of the orgnniza
tionsnd the deU it was organized. The
banner is the Bisect eae ia the city aad
the boya are jestly proud of it.
The twenty-fourth nnnuel encamp:
meet of Soes ef Veterans will he held in
this city February 1$ and 1$ The state
rfthm order wee hveiaOslnm
Bart J. Galley, eemmsadsr; A.
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Why the County Judge Smilea Since the First of the Yaar
Wedding Fiags saore than
ordinarly cemplste army.
Rings for Ohildren, Ladies
Rings soms delightful stoee
ibisstisaa, new effsets.
i xor paajiismsa au tae
i that am ever Jput up ia-
a very much
ia favor just new end plenty
of the kisg rings of all Dia
Now, we feet that we woald
have- bo dififculty at all ia
pleasing you m n Ring way,
aac request that you oome ex
pecting to view a pretty com-
Weprosaise as equal the val
use of the biggest jewelry
stock that yea know of.
Ei. J. IEWMIEI.
- Dr. Naameea. Dentist 18 St.
Baled hay for sale. John W. Mylst.
G. R. Prieb, paintiBg and paper
"June prelum" for horses; cows and
hogs at Scott's.
If you waat to buy or sell farm lands
see John W. Mylet.
Wanted Girl for general housework
Mrs. F. K. Strother.
Dr. D. T. Martya, jr oeaoe new Oolum
bun 8tate Bank building.
Dr. L. P. Onratensoa, Veteriaariaa
both phones 213. Columbus, Neb.
Jewelry and watoh repairing. Carl
Froemei, Eleventh street jeweler.
Miss Sarah Cover, who has been quite
ill for the pest week is improving.
Miss Anna Matsou of South Omaha is
visiting her sister, Mrs. G. M. Hall, this
Miss Minnie Glur of the Journal force
in Buffering from n severe attack of lung
Big redaction in fan and wool fasci
nators at the Fitzpstriok Dry Goods
William Henderson, who is attending
the Commercial ooUege speat Sunday in
James Frazier is sufferiag from a
severe attack of pneumonia, and inin a
critical condition. .
Editor J. H. Johannes of the Bieneis
quite sick, having been eonfined to'his
bed for several days.
Try some of Scott's ponntry feed,
spelts,' rye, millet, cane, wheat, shredded
oats and cracked com.
Ai Anderson returned last week, from
Imperial. Gel., where he was looking
after his property aetetests.
A.L. Bixby of the Lincoln Journal is
the guest of a H. Sheldon aad other
Columbus friends this week. ''
Miss Eileen Kavaaaugh was taken to
St Mary's hospital Tuesday, where she
wfll uadergo aa operation in n few daya.
Mr. aad Mrs. A. M. Mahaffey returned
Thursday from North Platte where they
have besa vkntiag for the Best three
Mm. Otto Kummer eatertaiacd the
Gilt Edge card. club-Thursday eveaiag.
The favors were won by Mrs. J. L.BruB
kea aad Walter Viergutx.
Mm. Myrtle Prue, state inapeetor of
theNebrBekaTelephoae Company ieia
this eity this week iastractiag the
onemtom ia the'Bell osaoe.
has beta employed
for the last three
t of the extra work.
for the last
Use Sole Proof lor noora, Leavy'a.
Big radactioa ia furs aad wool fseoi
aatora at the FiUnatriek Dry Goads
Wiateld 8, Gardner aad
both of this city, were married by Oouaty
Judge Rattermaa last Satardey.
The home of L- W. Weaver was quar
aatined for scarlet fever Monday, their
daughter Marguerite being afflicted with
Lost, at the Second Ward 'school
house, a gold watch. Five dollam re-
ward.will be paid for the return of sasae
to Clyde Ward.
P. J. Kummer wee up before Police
Jadge O'Brien Moaday, charged with
being drank nnd disorder the evening;
before; He was ssssssed $1 and oosts,
which he paid. .
Postmaster D. MoLoed. of Schuyler,
has written postmaster Kramer that a
eoaveatioa of the third dam postaaast
emorthie. the third congreaaioaal dis
trict, will be held ia this city on Feb
Miss Lydia Sturgeon, who has been
the guest of her sister. Mrs. Wm. Kauff-
smu, for the peat week left Thursday for
Omaha where she will resume her work
aa stenographer r eae of the limning
trmaia that pity... .
Woodville, this county bus sa
at last, the buildiag being completed
aad J. A. Apgar, son of J. W. Apgsr
checked in us agent This new point
will no doubt divert considerable of the
grain from Genoa nnd St. Edward.
Mrs. C. 8. Eaaton aad daughter. Miss
Alios, of Cambridge were the guests last
week at the home of the former's sister
Mrs. Otto Kumnier. Mrs. Esstoa has
just returned from a recast visit to
miaow and wns accomneaied borne by
her nephew Dorr Anderson, who intends
to locate near Cambridge.
Helen, the ten year old daughter of
Mr. aad Mm. J. R Smith of Lost Creek
township, died last Friday from pneu
monia, after a short illness. The funeral
was held Sunday at Monroe, being con
ducted by Rev. Brient of the Methodist
church, and the burial was in the New
Hope cemetery at the Monroe Goagrega
The Columbus delegates to the meet
ing of the 8tste Volunteer Firemen's as
sociation, held nt Nebraska City, retura-
lsst Saturday. Bert Galley was elected
first vice president- of the aasociation.
which puts him in line for president
next year. The neat meeting of the
association will be at Norfolk aad
the state tournament will be held at
The following from the pen of Martin
Burns, the Poet Laureate of Platte Cea
ter. ia copied from the Platte Ceater
These are good tintes
To invest yoar spare dimes
And in fatnro becoanted a sacs.
Just plant yon a homo.
And ceaing to roam
Take oomfortin yoar old axe.
Doat delay till yoar'ra late
Then cane at yoar Me
Baylac 'Wbyaml aowaodwtraasht.
And so tearfally weeping:
For the home I waa seekiag
By others, I hear, has been abaght.n
8o come along straight
To the Paradise gate
WiU Mylet will naher yoa ia
And show yoa thegroaad
Noaeto exosll can be foaad J
Ia this world of sorrow aad eia."
At n special meeting of the city coun
cil Monday evening the ordinance known
aa the electric light franchise, wns
peseed This means that the new com
pany will purchase the present pleat
within sixty days, and that the sew
pleat must be ia operation withia a year
Ooatracte were also saade for pumpiag
the water at the city water worfc&at the
rate of eevea eeate perthonsend geJloae.
aad also for street lights, what ia known
ne the sooslighv schedule to be used
John T. Barke, la whose aame the
franchise ia imued, ie ia the city lookisg
after his iatereets ia the matter. The
pBSssga of tins ordissaee insures Oolam
bes aa up to dateelectrte pleat with day
power. The city council have used the
utmost enre in handling this muter, aad
the righto of the eity are well protested
One of the provhuona ef frsaesaseisa
peehaaiagewnea, whieh given the eity
the right to esquire the pleat ia tan,
fifteea or tweety yi
Beat Be 3. '
Wm.Gedskia is in Hooper this
KrumlsaaBros. shsllsdeora for Louie
Ed Bun and Milton Miller called at D.
vBrankenn Satardey eveaiag.
Miss Bdaa Chiusen was the guest of
Peter Soamittoar popular aullerom
msaced patting up ice Tussdsy.
Gaatave and George Hagsmaaa re
turned Sunday from Froatier eoaaty.
D. Rruuken butchered a hog Thurs
day that tipped the scales at rUO pounds.
- Mi Klara Bryel of Columbus was
Timtiaajnt Joha Bosk's the latter part
arday from a several days' visit with
friends ia Columbus.
Ed Newman haa been looking after
tsaaga at the home farm while OUie is
haviag a bout with the smallpox.
Theodore Krumland .is reported to
have bean quite Ul with the grip, but is
slowly reeoveriag at this writing.
The home of Merv Kuatxelmaa has
beau released from qanrnntine. the ea-
tire family having entirely leoovered.
Otto Brnnkaa resigned his aoaition
with Peter Lntiena last Saturday eight
He is helping nt home for the present.
George Borehers retaraed Moaday
from Defisnee.Iowu, where hewasealled
by a telegram to attend the faaeral of a
Fred aad Joha Erisoks, from Cedar
Bluffa, Nebraska, visited with Bateheler
Hagemann from Thursday until Satur-
oey of lmt week.
Diek Minke returned 8aturday even
ing from Pea Handle, ia Texas. Dick
purchased 330 acres of land while there.
payiag $30 per acre for.it.
Sheriff Carrig, the irrepressible Char-
lie, while out on a stock buying trip
Moaday, took dinner nt the hosoitahle
home of Mr. aad Mm John Brunkea.
The boya north of Short creek have
orgnnixea a ua caa ongane. xaey ex-
W a at
peet to naake thiags lively oa eecteia
ts ssoa which cast their shndown
rent to Sotibaer
Friday to vrtt relatives. Saturday he
left tor Atae, Otlahaais, at whieh ptese
he will look, after his brother Willie'e
farm thin season.
Orry Preston, nooompanied by the
Misses Martha and Louise 8eefield. who
are BjaJdag their home in Columbus this
winter, were visiting nt the home of
Ferdinand Seefisld Sunday afternoon
There wns n delightfer party at the
home of Mr. aad Mrs. Ed Ascbenn Shell
Omsk, Satardey evening. The psstime
wm playug cards aad social chat. Geo
Sohwsak had the pleasure of wiaaing
four sheeps heads, taking the same home
with aim. A two course lunch was
served at eleven o'clock, and all report a
very ea joyable time.
A young lady on n nearby route gave a
pink tea oae evening Inst week, in honor
of a friend from Leigh. A number of
the young people of this route were in
vited. Under penalty of immediate ex
termination we are prohibited from di
vulging aay of the names, but they went
and had n good time, "all the same.'' if
we did have to go way back and sit down.
Twenty Ire yearn ago last Tharsdsy,
the 23d of January, John Kotlnr led
Misa Josephine Skorupato to the altar,
the ceremony taking place in the Duncan
church, being the second wedding held
in the church. The event was celebrated
at their beautiful home, two and one-half
miles Borthwest of Columbus. To this
aaioa have bean bora aad raised foar
boya aad two gitm, Mr. aad Mrs. Kot
lar have prospered aicely, haviag a nice
farm where they live, besides conniuer
able other property interests.
Quite a number-of the friends of the
late Mrs. Patrick Powers .of Clear Creek
precinct went to Columbus to ettend
her faeerai. The family were among
be oldest settlers of the precinct and
muved to Columbus n short time sgo.
Joe Gubssr, the home buyer and sell
er, of Osceola, went oyer to Golumbas
and atteaded the horse sale for two days
last week. Joe is always in the market
aad if he don't buy he 'sells; but that
sale of 600 head at one time made Joe
think that he wns either in New York or
Chicago the way homes sold.
Mr. Lloyd Treadway and Miss Ednn
Loeksrd, both of Shelby celled on the
Rev. K. G. Parker last week. Wednes
day, and were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony. The happy couple have
the proud distinction of being the first
couple who were married in the new
Brotherhood of Saint Paul building.
Henry G. Goering, Platte Ceater. . .24
Mary A. Mark, Platte Center 21
Christ Martens, Platte Ceater 24
AlmaLosske. Platte Ceater 98
Aatenette Fermanek, Lindsay 18
Wiateld & Gardner, Columbus.... 0
Lena Spacer, Commune 58
A beaatjfal Swaateka pia
giteawith eaeh flallar'a warth
feMwraMerj parchaae 4 at the
Ittipatrlek rj GaaAi Star
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One of thefamoui
of which there
is one for each
The Dnsggmt on the
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Mm Samuel Seibler is quite
Joha Ebaer ia building a fine
Dodde Bren. were aaaliag lee than
The shoot at W. H. Moore's last San-
day was well attended.
O. L. Baker, the Golumbas iee man. ia
harvesting . fine crop from Stevens
lake, being from tea to twelve inches ia
Clint Moore returned last Friday tram
e thm weeke' visit at Cueaing. He wee
accompanied by hie ooueia, Ray Stickley
sad hm friend, Grover Qailkm.
J. B. Welch shelled corn Friday.
F. W. Eng ia hnnling lunuVner for a
G. W. Swnneon went dowa .to Geaoa
Friday eveaiag to are the baa
game between the Celumnus aad
There seem to be quite a
siekaess awviag arenad, bat hV
to be nothing weeantkaa tee. grippe er
wut-tMng of that kind. .
The fsxmers aroaad here ere starting
to shid their owa hogs last week. Last
week A. P. Fredricksou sad Martia
Swaseon shipped a carload of jhoge from
Lindsay to South Omaha.
Swan Atkinson had xuite a raneway
the other. Ashe wse coming
Edward, when he got to the T.
place the bolt in oae of the shafts
out and the home started off with the
sham strikiag ita heels sad Mwaa him
self did not get heart, but the horse ran
in n wire fence sad waa hurt very bad.
leute Ma. f .
J. BKozial is ssoving on theold
Misa Mary Swaatak of Silver Creek
andJohnZembargof Silver Creek ere
to be married this week.
Among those who are chopping dowa
nnd trimming their trees ere Chaa.
Stachura, Kasiaaer Valassk. Kraeger
Broa. aad Alber Knmmer.
Mies Etta Guthrie sad Miss Jalia
Tbrpy. who Ve teaebiag near Silver
Creek, apeat Satarday.aad Sunday at
the home of Mr. aad Mrs. S. K. Belt
There wns no school in District 16,
the teacher, Mies Margaret Torpy. being
laid up with the grippe sines lest Fri
day. She resumed her daties ageia oa
L. Hnhn, who had made all.
tionetogoto the soldMra'l
8prings. 8.D.. chaagsd hm
will reside in Oolumbue. His sea L. J.
Hshn. purchased the Riokley property,
in the southenst part of town,- and he
will reside there.
. . GraeeChireh.
The usual services will be held ia
Grace ohurch on Sunday next, Feb 2nd.
Feast of the Purification nt 7:30 a. m.,
11 a. m. nnd 7:30 p m. Dr. Westcott
will preach morning nnd evening.
We have the agency for the
famous Munaug Underwear, the
best popular priced Union Suits
on the market' Prices ia nun's
from $1.60 to $4.50. Prices ia
boys' fromfiOc, 76c, $1 aad 11.15.
la two piece.garmeate we have
a spleaaid line reedy for your ia
speetioB nnd ranging in price
from iOc to $2 60 a garment. Buy
early while the sues are i
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