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Consolidated with the Columbus Timet April 1, 1904; with the Platte County Argus. January 1, 1906.
THIRTY-NINTH YEAR. NUMBER 35.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1908.
WHOLE NUMBER 1,933.
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Hogs, top $5 05 to $5 45
H. F. Greiner, who recently moved his
stock of groceries to the' Terasinski cor
ner, is adding a stock of staple dry
Remember I am going out of business
January first, and yon can save money
on your holiday purchases by buying of
Setb Braun, Eleventh street.
Miss Stevenson, who has been vieiting
at the borne of W. K. Lay and family for
the past few months will leave in a few
days for her home in New York.
F. N. Stevenson left today for Chita
go, where he will attend a meeting of
men who are interested in the creamery
business. He will be absent about ten
Mr. Albert Damron returned last
Wednesday from Plattsmoutb, where be
was called a few days previous to at
tend the funeral of his mother-in-law,
Mrs. George Poisall.
F. F. Williams, accompanied by his
two sons went to Omaha Saturday, to
attend the funeral of the former's
daughter. It is "not known just when
Mr. Williams and sons will return.
Mr. and Mrs. August Viergutz are
this week moving from their farm south
of the river into a residence on West
Tenth street, which they have purchased
and had repaired for their occupancy.
Mrs. M. K. Turner assisted by her
daughter Lydia, entertained the mem
bers of the Ep worth League of the M.
E. church Friday evening. Music and
games afforded much pleasure for tbe
evenings entertainment, and a pleasent
time was reported.
A. E. Priest sold his property on Wes
Thirteenth street to Charles Wbaley,
tbe deal being completed last week.
Since Mr. Priest accepted a position with
an Omaha commission firm, a portion of
his territory is in western Iowa, and he
will move to Omaha in order to reach
the territory more conveniently.
Vincent and Carolina Nohel, who were
divorced early last spring appeared be
fore Judge Batterman one day last week
and requested the judge to marry them.
Tbe request was granted and Mr. and
Mrs. Nohel left tbe office a very happy
couple. Mr. and Mrs. Nohel were well
advanced in years and it was seemingly
Columbus has a new piano and musio
store, and the proprietors are men of
experience in that line. Foster Bros.,
who for many years were located at
Fairbnry, this state, decided to look up
a new location, and after carefully inves
tigating the various towns in tbe state,
decided on Columbus. They have rented
tbe Thurston annex and opened up in
that location. The Messrs. Foster are
here to stay and are now looking for
suitable property to either rent or buy
and become permanent citizens of
We have on hand a train load
of all the best grades off coal on
the aaarket, and can give you any
kind yon want. Give us a trial
order and get one of our E. Z. Dust
L. W. WtefWER & SON
Harness and Gtal
Both Phones No. 74
Mrs. Catherine Wagner, passed away
at her home on West Nintb street Friday
moruisg at 8:30 o'clock. The deceased
had been ill for tbe past few months,
but not until recently bad her condition
been considered dangerous. Mrs. Wag
ner was a pioneer settler of Platte coun
ty, have been a resident of this city for
tbe past twenty-four years. The de
ceased wan a kind and conscientious
woman, always ready to lend a helping
hand in time of need to the sick and suf
fering. She was a devoted wife and
mother, and her name will always be held
in reverence by those who knew ber.
She was a devout Catholic. Mrs. Wag
ner, nee Miss Catherine Green, was born
in Germtny in 1835, where she lived un
til she grew to womanhood. She then
accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Green to America. In 1855 she was
united in marriage to Robert Wagner, of
Chicago, later they moved to Ottaway,
Illinois, where they lived until 1884,
when they came to Columbus, where the
family has sinoe resided. To this union
five children were born, three of whom
are deceased, two died in infancy and the
third Robert, jr., met an accidental
death in this city several years ago
while in tbe employ of the Union Paci
fic railroad company. Robert Wagner,
husband of the deceased, died July 17,
1905. and sinoe then Mrs. Wagner has
made her home with her son Jacob
She is also survived by one daughter,
Mrs. Anna Greisen. The funeral was
held Sunday afternoon at 230 o'clock
from the Catholio church Father Maroel
inas officating, and interment was made
in the Catholic cemetery. Those who
attended the funeral from out of town
were, Mr. L Gluck of Omaha, Miss
EulaliaRicklyof Council Bluffs, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Greisen, Mr. Max Bruckner
and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gruenther of
Miss Sine Matzen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. K. Matzen died at ber home
on West Fifteenth street Saturday after
noon, death resulting from a stroke of
paralysis, which ehe suffered that day.
Tbe deceased has been in poor health
for the past few months, but at no time
was her condition considered dangerous
as she was able to attend school until a
few days prior to her death. Miss Mat
zen was a member of the Senior class
of the Columbus High school and bad
she lived would, no doubt, been vale
dictorian of the class of TO, as she was
considered one of tbe beet pupils of tbe
class and held the honors almost all the
time during the two years that.ebe.at
tended High school, ran king -.'first.
About two years ago Miss Matzen moved
with ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. K.
Matzen, to this city from their farm near
Creston and have since resided in Col
umbus. Sine Elnora Matzen was born
in the northern part of Platte county
near Creston in 1890. being at the time
of her death eighteen years of age. Be
side her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Mat
zen, she leaves four sisters and three
brothers, Mamie and Stella of Omaha,
Emma of West Point, Chris and Walter
of Creston, Lizzie and Dr Niels Matzen
of this city. Short services were held at
the family residence Monday morning
and the remains were taken to Creston.
where tbe funeral services were held the
same afternoon at 2 o'clock, Kev. Lutz
officiating and interment was made in
the cemetery near Creston.
Howard Whaley, Melvin Brugger and
Phillip Hookenberger returned from
York, where they went Friday morning
to attend tbe Toung Men's association
convention, which was held in that city
Friday, Saturday and Sunday of last
week. They have the honor of being
the first persons to represent the Colum
bus Y. M. C A. since its organiza
tion. The young men were well pleased
with the hospitality and manner in which
they were entertained, both at the differ
ent meetings and during their short stay
in that city, .and the Columbus repre
sentatives hope in tbe near future to be
allowed the privilege of returning the
Now that the foot ball season is over,
the Columbus High school boys are
turning their attention to basket ball
aBd the prospects are that Columbus
will still retain the record that has been
made for them in previous years.
Thanksgiving afternoon Silver Creek
vs. Columbus played every interesting
game of basket ball, the score being 7 to
27 in favor of tbe home team. A return
game will be played soon.
J. H. Tylle opened up a cigar factory
this week and will manufacture for the
home market. A number of years ago
he operated a factory, and later sold It
out. Since that time be has been work
ing at the trade, but finally decided to
start for himself. Be will not employ
any help during the winter, but may
conclude to branch out in the spring.
Mrs. L. C. Yoss has returned from
Holton, Kansas, where she was called
last week by the death of ber brother-in-law,
Wm. Hulbud, who was accidentally
killed.. Mr. Hulbud was a railroad con
ductor and met death while on duty.
The accident ocoarred in Olkahoma, but
the body was taken to Holton, Kansas,
"T" of tae CoImbu Lam,
Loam & Bailiiag Afneeiatita
begins Nor. 6, 1906. lea are
ter take stock bow. H. Hack-
Toilet Sets at Leavy's.
Drs. Paul aad Matzen, Dentists.
Fur mitts at cost at F. H. Reeche'a.
Dr. Vallier, Osteopath. Barber block.
Dr. W. H. Slater, veterinarian, phone
First-class printing done at the Jour
Deering corn picker and hunker. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burton spent Sun
day at Benton.
Crushed rock salt for hides, and for
stock. Columbus Hide Co.
The diamond ring, the ring of Christ
mas presents. Try Niewohner.
Mrs. J. J. Sullivan went to Omaha
Tuesday for a visit with friends.
I am prepared to do typewriting.
Both Phones 34.-George Faircbild.
Mrs. Alvin Poole of Omaha, is this
week visiting relatives and friends in
Attorney Wm. Cornelius went to Lin
coln Tuesday, where he was called on
The watch is always an exceptional
Christmas gift. Niewohner has a nioe
Mrs. Lace Williams has returned from
Ohio, where she visited relatives for tbe
past ten weeks.
Dean Beoher of Omaha, will conduct
regular services in Graoe church Sun
day, December 6.
Mrs. Jaoob Glur returned last Friday
evening, after a weeks' visit with re
latives at Omaha.
For reatatoace, tbe Hemry
Wilckeas koase. Moiera. Gall
at Bieae olee.
W. L. Chenoweth has gone to Chicago,
where he was called on business. He
will be absent one week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hains of David
City, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
G. M. Douglas over Sunday.
Tbe 11.00 IagersoU for the boy and the
Howard watch for grown-ups. 135.00 to
$70.00. Niewhocer has them.
Mrs. I Gluck returned to her home at
Omaha Monday afternoon after a few
days visit with friends in the city.
Mrs. George Goodman and Mrs. Fred
Morgan of Plattsmoutb, weretbe guests
of Mr.' aad Mrs. Albert Demrow several
days last week.
Smoke Victoria, five cent cigar, and
White Seal, tea oent cigar, both Colum
bus made goods. They are the best
brands offered in this city.
Miss Cloe Cunningham, formerly of
this city, but who is now living with her
parents in Grand Island, was the guest
of Columbus friends last week.
Dr. F. H. Morrow, physioau aad sur
geon, office in the new Luesohen build
ing, one block north of the U. P. depot.
Phones Ind. No. 12, Bell No. red 12.
Mrs. Wm. Cornelius entertained the
members of the Whist Club Moadsy af
ternoon. The guest of honor was Mrs.
W. H. Winterbothsm of David City.
Miss Ethel Baker, assisted by Miss
Been Kavanaugh entertained a number
of friends Mondsy evening in honor of
Miss Ansa Rossiter, who will soon leave
Announcement has been made of the
approaching marriage of Nell Lores,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sloan to
LouitBaney. The date of the wedding
has not. been stated.
Mrs. Nellie Ryan moved into her form
er residence, one door north of the
North heatre Monday. Her many
friends will be pleased to learn that she
has decided to remain in this city.
St. Ann's society will give a ten oent
tea at Mrs. Godfrey Frischholz' residenoe
on East Tenth and Henry'street, Thurs
day afternoon, December 3. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public.
The Misses Lillie and Clara
Minoie Glur, aad Will Ernst left Wed
nesday morning for Shell Creek, where
they will be present for the Ernst Pe
Bower wedding.wbich ocoarred today.
"Oh, mammal aiaai! I've
out something." "Go oa and feed the
chickies, daughter; but what is It yen'
have found out?" 'Fve found out why
your neighbor's Lizzie bakes seen goad
bread. She uses Peter Schmitt's lour.
The local lodge of the United Commer
cial travelers will give a ball in the
Orphans hall Friday evening, Decem
ber 4, the proceeds to be used towards
defraying the expenses of eatertaiaiag
the district council, which meets ia this
city next May.
A very pretty wedding took place at
the home of Mr. aad Mrs. Adolph Ernst,
living near Shell Creek, (Wednesday of
this week) at 2 o'clock, waea their daugh
ter Miss Julia Ernst, was united ia mar
riage to Mr. Herman DeBower. Only a
few relatives and intimate frisads ware
Mrs. M. a Rogers of Pailupsburg,
Kaaeaa, hacparnasent! the q H. Basch
man racket store on Olive street aad has
already taken poaesaioa. Mrs. Foekett,
who has been maaager of the racket store
for the past few months, has goae to
Kaaeas City, where she has decided to
make her home.
Itw Hay Ettry Right
Don't forget the Big
Drawing Saturday, when
a sack off flour, a beauti- .
ful rocking chair and a
live baby will be given
Tickets given out every night
Children's Mawtinee Saturday
Prices, lie 20c, 3fc
Drs. Martyn, Evans & Ireland.
Dr. D.T. Martja roeidenee phone. Bell 42, Ind.
42. Dr. C. D. Evaas renid cm phone. Bell. Mack
2, Ind. 298, Dr. G. A. Ireland nwideaoe phone
Bell. 158. Ind. 180. (MBee phones. Bell 19, lad.
19. Office west eide of city park.
Lee's Egg maker at Leavy's.
Dr. Neumann. Deatiat 13 St.
Fur mitts at cost at F. H. Rusohe'e.
G. B. Prieb, painting and paper
People who get results advertise in the
Clover leaf manure spreader. Loais
Four room house for rent. Elliott,
Speice & Co.
For storage room, enquire" of the
Columbus Hide Co.
Dr. CA. Alleoburger, offioe in new
SUte Bank building.
Drs. Carsteoson ft Hyland, Veterinar
ians. Both phones 212.
Dr. D. T. Martyn. jr., offioe new Colum
bus SUte Bank building.
Apples, 75 eeats per bushel
wbile they last M. F. Greiaer.
It pays to sell yesr hides where yor
can get the most money from them. See
Columbus Hide Co.
A Kodak for that boy of yours for
that girl of yours for any of your fam
ily. Ed. 3. Niewohner.
Mrs. Katherine Gregorius will leave
for Omaha soon, where she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. Roy E. Pierce.
Mrs. Louisa Riherioh is this week
moving to the country, where she will
make her home with relatives.
I have a quanity of sweet cider, which
I will sell chesp. For further informa
tion inquire of A. C. Mahaffey.
Mrs. Sturgeon of Omaha is the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Kaufmann.
She will remain in the city several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wurdeman of
Creston, were the guests of the letter's
mother, Mrs. Pohl several days last
There are a few dwelling houses for
rent on the list with Beoher, Hooken
berger & Chambers, including one fur
Elmer Winey, formerly a clerk in
Gray's shoe store, but who is now living
in Lincoln, was tbe guest of Columbus
friends several days last week.
Mrs. H. Hudson and daughter Emma
of 8ilrer Creek, arrived in the city to
day, and while here will be the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E Pollock, Mr. and
MrcR. Jenkinsoa and other Columbus
relatives and friends.
On Friday night all the merchants in
the city who are in the habit of closing
at 8 o'clock wiHolose at 7 on that even
ing on account of the Y. M. C. A. ban
quet, a comauttee having been to them
and requested such action.
Now is the time to get
your Holiday Signs
Latest 1908 Fall Styles of
Moaday evening the formal opening
of the Youag Mea! Christian associa
tioa building took place, witfi State Se
cretary J. P. Bailey as chairman. The
Mancercbor orchestra furnished music
for the evening. .The" statement of the
building committee by Mr. Clarke in
cluded some remarks about the trials,
tribulations and joys of that body, ad
the final accomplishment of what they
star ted ou t to do. The statement of the
treasurer, G. W. Phillips, while purely
statistical, was interesting, neverthelesp,
and gave the audience a concise under
standing as to the present condition of
tbe association. In turning over the
building to the board of trustees Mr.
Hookenberger spoke of the Y. M. C. A.
itch getting a start in Columbus, and
now the final resuli was the present
building. On behalf of the trustees Geo.
A .Soott, in an appropriate talk, accept
ed the building, and was followed by the
president of tbe local association, C. C.
Sheldon. The main .address of the eve
ning was by Robert Weidenaall, secre
tary of the international committee of
tbe Y. M. O. A., and during bis talk he
spoke of the standing of tbe Y. M. O. A.
in foreign lands, where be has been dur
ing his life work. Besides the orchestra
local talent assisted in the music, which
was very much appreciated. The gmy
nasium was filled with guests of the as
sociation who attend the exercises. Over
Ave hundred people attended tbe Tues
day evening reception given by tbe
board of directors and their wives.
Mayor Phillips presided, and the pro
gram was all that could have been de
sired. For this evening the Orpheus
orohestra furnishes the music, and also
local talent for vocal and Instrumental
music O. H. Sheldon and 0. N. Olseen
made a few appropriate remarks, the
former presenting tbe views of a citizen
on the acquisition of the building, and
the latter of tbe benefits of the associa
tion and building to a young man.
Edgar Howard and Rev. W. L. Dibble
congratulated the people of Columbus
and the association on the building and
tbe good influence the association would
exert in the community. State Secre
tary J. P. Bailey and Robert Weidenaall
spoke words of congratulation and hope
for the future. Mayor Phillips intro
duced the General Secretary, D. Burr
Jonee, who made a few appropriate re
marks and outlined the program for the
remainder of the week. After tbe con
clusion the Ldies served a lunch. The
willingness with which the burden of
opening week has been carried by the!
laaieavae welTae the men, is a source of
great pleasure to the association officers.
Friday night the banquet will be held,
whioh will practically be one of tbe
big nights of the opening week
Charles H. Ya'e takes pleasure in send
ing out his --Everlasting Devil's Auc
tion' Company, and this year the
introduction of a number of European
specialties is particularly pleasing to tbe
ladies and children. This is a strong
feature of this production-, and to this
point have been engaged the famous
Inza and Lorella, Aprobatic Grotesques.
These artists were among the recent im
portations of Elsw. & Erlanger's Ad
vanced Vaudeville, and upon the term
ination of their engagement with this
noted firm, were secured by Manager
Yale for his 'Devil's Auction" Company
The scenery, mechanical, transformation
and trick changes, have alwaj.s been one
of the "Devil's Auction's" strongest
features, a fact fully appreciated by its
management and not lost sight of in this
tbe 28th edition. Quite a number of
new scenes and effects have beeo pre
pared, notably -The Devil's Volcano"
with marvelous electrio effects. "The
Realms of Mephisto" introducing at tbe
finale of this scene a most original snd
novel instsneous change to a full stage
"Set" representing --The' Beautiful Val
ley of Andoche" two new comedy trick
scenes, "The Gates of tbe Castle Mor
pheus, and the "Magic Picture Gallery"
which in conjunction with tbe magnifi
cent "Gardens of the Manikins", 'The
Grand Tournament Scene", -TheSphinz
Soene," with its many other elaborate
changes too numerous to partioularize,
promise to make the 28th edition of
"The Everlasting Devil's Auction" the
most notsble production of its pbenom
Tuesday's dailies announoed the ap
pointments of supreme judges made by
Governor Sheldon Monday, and Judge
Sullivan of this city was included in tbe
list, the others being W. B. Rose, assist
ant attorney general and Jesse L. Root
of Cass county for two years, and J. J.
Sullivan of this city and Jacob Fawoett
of Omaha for a term of one year, Judge
Sullivan being tbe only democrat ap
pointed. The appointment of Judge
Sullivan meets with the endorsement
and hearty approval of his many friends.
The Omaha Bee, in sneaking of the ap
pointment, eays editorially: The demo
crats of the state certainly cannot, and
the republicans will not, criticise the
restoration of Judge 8ullivan to the
bench. Judge 8ullivan had the distinc
tion of beiag the first demoorat in Ne
braska to sit on the supreme bench and
he left a record that entirely warrants
his appointment at this time by Gover
In order to reduce my stock of goode
by January first, I will sell my entire
line of chiaa aad queens ware, also holi
day goods at a greet reduction. Come
before the rash aad get your pick.
Seth Braun, Eleventh street.
fteute Me. L
Say, but the roads were rough Tues
day. Adolph Mueller has tbe new sddition
to bis house enclosed.
Miss Inez Been, a teacher in the Ful-
lerton schools, was the guest of Miss
May Reed Saturday and Sunday while
earoute home from Lincoln.
Everybody reported a good time at
the Thanksgiving dance at Emil Bebren's
Thanksgiving night, except Walter
Loeeke. who had the misfortune to get
lost on tbe way.
Through the kindness of two of our
patrons, the carrier and family had a
fine goose for their Thanksgiving din
ner, and a dock for the Sunday follow
ing. Many thanks.
leute e 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kueazli moved in
to their new house this week.
Robert Kummer has finished his new
bouse sad moved into it this week.
Herman Schumeck, who bought tbe
Wm. Henning place, is building a new
Sam Mueller has finished replacking
the Platte bridge so it is in good con
Carrier No. 5 was agreeably surprised
Thanksgiving by receiving a nice turkey
snd also a sack of oats.
While crossing the south channel
bridge one of J. Hulse's horses stepped
into a hole in a plank and was consider
ably bruised up.
Will Houssr has just completed an
excellent job of repairing the culverts
and bridges and grading the approach
to the bridge this week and last.
lento M: 3.
Walter Loeeke was a guest at the D.
A. Beoher home Thanksgiving.
Fred Btunken left Tuesday for Chica
go, where he will remain indefinitely.
Mies Louisa Seefeld was in Monroe
last Thursday visiting her sister, Mrs.
O. B. Preston.
Mrs. G. W. Miller of Leigh has been
visiting ber father, Gerhard Kruinland.
for a few days.
Miss Delia Luesohen and Emil Mueller
atteadedtbe dance at Emil Bebren's
Roy Bargaann returaed Tuesday
from a visit with bis uncle, Fred Barg-
mann, at Riverdale, Neb.
Two nice geese from Adamy Bros, and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krumlsnd made the
carrier thankful this year.
The young people of the neighbor
hood enjoyed a nice time at the borne of
John Brunken Thanksgiving night.
John Brunken returned from Soribner
Monday, where he had been the guest
of his sister, Mrs. Witt, for several days.
Miss Alvina Loeeke and Henry Bar-
jenburchof thcNeboville neighborhood
were Thanksgivicg guests of Mr. snd
Mrs. Ed Aeche.
Carl Reims took a little ride on his
wheel on route No. 1 last Friday night,
and when near F. Loseke's it commenc
ed to rain, and quite naturally he stop
ped. As to what hour he left, some one
else will have to tell.
Saute Me. 4
Albert Rosso of Spalding was at home
Charles Gossmsn and family and Wm.
Gossmsn were in Columbus last Friday.
The Donoghue Bros, bought a new
twelve-horse piwer gasoline engine and
will use it for sawing wood.
Miss Anna Lsmbertus of Monroe came
down for a two weeks' visit at the home
of relatives and friends on tbe route.
Charles Bolt left Wednesday evening
for Denver, where he will visit two weeks
with his sister, Mrs. Charles Wsgner.
Mrs. Nick Ford of Boulder, Colorado,
arrived last week for a two weeks' visit
at the home of her brother, M. 8. Fish,
There was a shooting match at Will
Cedar's Thanksgiving day and Herman
Alvis succeeded in capturing two of the
Frank and Florence Billiard went to
Clearwater, Neb., last week to visit their
sister, Mrs. Jacob Hoerle. They expect
to return the first of next week.
Barney Fitzpatrick, who was here to
attend tbe funeral of his fsther, was a
guest at the Dineen home last week,
they beiog old neighbors years go. Mr.
Fitzpatrick left Sunday evening for hk
borne in Laramie, Wyoming.
Carl Rosso and Miss Taddikin of Bell
wood were married in Columbus last
Wednesdsy, Rev. Miessler performing
the ceremony. The newly msrned
couple were guests at the Wahlberg and
other homes west of town until Sandsy
evening, when they returned to Bellwood.
Takrto upon Friday, November 27, at
my livery stable, in Columbus, one 2-year-old
poay colt, brown, with four
white feet, aad white on nose. Own;
er can have same by paying all charges.
JERSEY CREAM TOILET SOAP
4 cakes for 5c
which includes the neat aaetal box
shown in cut
POLLOCK & eft
The Druggist oa the Corner ,
Holiday perfumes at Leavy's.
M. L. Stewsrt, who has been the guest
or Colambus relatives and frieade the
last week, left last Friday for Manila.
Mr. Stewart, who ia in the employ of the
government as deputy warden of Bilibid
prison, has bees enjoying a six tnoatas'
leave of absence, and visiting in this
country. Mrs. 8tewart, who is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. RCowdery
of this city, remained in Manila during
her husband's absence.
The first ease in this city under the
law compelling attendance at the pablic
schools will come up before Judge Bat
terman on December 12, A complaint
made by Superintendent Conn sets forth
thst J. W.Oaborn is the fsther of Bath'
Osborn and that she being of school age,
be does cot send her to the pnblio
schools. The outcome of this ease will
be watched with interest as it will settle
for all time tbe status of tbe case.
Palmer's dry and steam cleaning works
does all kinds of cleaning, dyeing aad
repairing of ladies' and gent's clothing.
We reline snd alter ladies' coats and
jackets, pit in new sleeve lining, velvet
collars and new buttons. We repair
worn skirts, pat on new braid aad wiet
bands. We also d ry clean rugs, curtaine
and tapestry. Furs cleaned and rehned.
We make buttons to order from your
own goods. 1218 Platte St. Both phones.
Ed Power, Ed Tschudy snd John
Sturek were up before Polios Judge
O'Brien last Friday charged with fight
ing and disturbing the peace. Tbe
trouble took place in front of the Her
cbenhan saloon and Wm. Browner was
the object of their attack. After bear
ing the case tbe judge fined Powers and
Tsobudy each $25 and costs, and Sturek
85 and costs. Sturek paid hie fine, but
Powers and Tschudy are serving out
theirs in the county jail.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eng visited in St.
August Dahlberg was hauling hay to
Newman Grove last week.
Leonard Swanson who has been home
picking corn returned to Genoa Monday
to take up his studies in the Genoa
It rained all day Sunday here so now
the fine roads are spoiled for the time
being tbe wind is raising this morning
and we are expecting cold weather.
Farmers around here have started to
shell corn. Every body seems to be
anxious to sell the hogs first, and then
the corn, consequently the bottom has
dropedout of the bog market.
Louis Rosso, David City
Anna E. Taddiken, Bellwood
Bartley Brennan, Elm Creek
Nellie Oertlek, Elm Creek SO
We have the agency for the
famous Munsing Underwear, the
best popular priced Union 8aita
on the market Prices in men's
from 11.60 to $4.50. Prices in
boys' from 50c, 75c, $1 aad $1.95.
In two piece garmenta ire have
a splenaid line ready for your in
spection and ranging ia price
from 60c to $2 50 a garment. Buy
early while tbe sizes are complete.
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