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FORTIETH YEAR NUMBER 39.
OOIASIfSUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, til
WHOLE NUMBER 1,969.
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Before the fire
Nm is Km fine i
Agents 12 good
I IECHER, NOCKEMEttEl & f
2 CHAMIERS I
Cora -. 63
Hogs, top 7.76
MAJfY TEAMS AGO.
Files of the Journal Jan. 3, 1877.
Daring the past week we hare noticed
on the streets a number of dead carcass
es ef what had' been .a large nice deer
Many dear have recently beep killed on
Uea.J. E. North and Gay Baranm,
jr., started for Lioooln on Sunday last.
North is onr democratic stats senator
sleet, and Gay bolds a certifioateor
election to the state legislature, but his
right to a seat .will be disputed by T. 0.
A. J. Arnold, accompanied by several
of onr asset prominent citixees, will
start for the BlacVHUls some time thi
Math. AL wih leave his basiBess berr
in eharge of his partner, Charles Beria
gar, and pnrposos stiddug to bis Black
Wn. E WaltoB and wife from Lond
on Co., Va., have recently located at
Genoa. They make a desirable accss
sioa to that already flourishing com
manity of Friends. We are informed
that in the immediate vicinity of Genoa
there are as many as fifty members of
the "Meeting" and that the average at
tendance at meeting and Sunday aohool
is about thirty. The land upon which
they have settled is remarkably fertile
and well adapted to farming and stock
raiting, and we predict for the Friends
there one of the most prosperons oom
mnnities in the west.
The Girl From U. S. A."
A large company of talented singers
and clever players with one of the best
equipped and attractive ononis organiza
tions on the road, is promised in the
performance of 'The Girl from U. 8. A"
which will be aaen for the first time here
at North Theatre oa Friday Dee 81.
This musical drama has a long list of
saccesses to its credit this season and
comts with a glowing reputation for its
mirth producing qualities and strong
sitaations. Its musical numbers are
pronounoed popular and tuneful by the
press, and. its production has bees des
cribed aa a noteworthy effort in sosnic
art. Prices 2556-50 75.
For the ttcommodatioM of
the fihlie the following stores
will he opei every evening r
iag Chrtotanis weeh, a ob
Cht 1st Mas aid New Tear days
Cwlamhms Mereamtile Co.
Braakea & Haaey,
H. F. Greiier.
Alle latest shades and
Sip WriHsf a SasdaHj
0. C. KAYANAU6H
Those having basiBess wiih the cooa
ty clerk's onfje shonld bear in auad
that anerlhe frat of the year 'the work
oftheoflcewOlbe divided, and while
both owtoes will ocoupy the (smeroosas
as now. their 'work will be eatirely se
parate. Recorder of Deeds Jerry Oar
rig and hia deputy, L. A. Lacanit, will
ha'ndle all deeds, mortgages, releases, in
fact everything pertaining to lead, and
all papers of this nature should be ad
dressed to the recorder of deeds, to in
sure prompt attention. Gomnty Clerk
Graf and hia deputy, Otto Heuer, will, at
tend to the business of the dork's office.
and all chatties; articiesof incorporation
dentists' snd doctors certificates shonld
be sent to the oounty olerk This
change will confuse 'some people for a
while, bnt it will result in prompter ser
vice on acoount of the division ofTtae
Aboat $10,000 worth "of Platte coaaty
real estate changed hands. Tuesday af
ternoon at the referee sale conducted by
C M. Gruenther t the court boose.
I here were three tracts offered, one near
Tarnov. another adjoining Newman
Grove aid one half way between Monroe
and Genoa. The Tarnov land was sold
in two parcels, one bringing $123 60 and
the other $06 That adjoining Newman
Grove brought $106 per acre, and those
from that locality who are posted say
that it was a good price. The Magnus
son, land, which lays along the Loop
river, and a portion of which is a pasture,
brcnght $56 per acre, establishes aoot her
record price for land in that portion of
the valley. The tract contained 210
acres; snd some of it was first class land,
bnt that adjoining the river reduced the
price on the piece as a whole.
Charlea O'Riley, Charles Hsrrol and
Elmer Granquist were all employed at
the Union Pacifio bridge, west of town.
O'Riley borrowed some footwear of
Granquist snd later took a grip from
him and started forpmaha. But before
be left town he repented and lft the
grip at a local restaurant, and also a note
telling Grsnqnist where the grip was.
But the message did not get delivered in
time and a warrant was issued for
O'Riley and Hsrrol, who were then in
Omaha, and ' Sheriff Garrig broaght
them back tLe first of the week. At the
bearing HenJay-Barrol was discharged'
bat O'Riley drew a Beatenee of tea days
ia jail and costs, which he will nerve pat.
On account of the volume of business
transacted during the last aiz weeks,
Wm. Poesch was oramped for room in
his candy factory and now he is serious
ly considering the matter of putting a
brick structure on his corner suitable
for his requirements. He says it will
require three stories and a basement to
provide the needed room, and he is fig
uring on a modern pressed brick struc
ture. He needs for room is in his can
dy faotory. and this would take np the
larger portion of a new building, Mr.
Poesch has an ideal location for a build
ing, and a structure like he contemplates
putting up would be a material addition
to that portion of Thirteenth street.
In "The Girl From ,TJ. a A.," the
theatregoer is treated to a story of in
trigue and crime, of love and 'revenge
that grips with a tenacity that isZolaes
que in its intensity. But the morbid
element by no means is allowed to dom
inate; it is dispelled by racy comedy
and healthy action and the denouement
brings happiness to the wronged and
punishment to the wrongdoer. This
musical oomedy drama will be presented
by an excellent company of singets and
actors at the North Theatre on Friday
December 31. Oneof the strong features,
of the performance is the shspely and
prettily costumed chorus, every member
of which is a trained .singer and danoer.
Joe Bpic, Syrian peddler, was slum
bering soundly at Branigan'bbarn last
Sato -day night, or rather Sunday morn
ing when some of the boys came in and
discovered him. Tbey thought it would
be considerable enjoyment to have Joe
wake np in a snow bank, and proceeded
to do so. But Joe did not enioyitas
well aa they did. and next morning he
filled a oomplaint in Polios Jndge
O'Brien's court against Frank Pfeifer,
who was fined $1 and costs.
The Ernest Fisher players, who made
each a hit ia Oolnmbua last November,
pay a return visit for all of next weak.
Theoest will include all the players who
made themselves so popular, but the
plays of similar high clsss will be diffsr
Mt, including "A Gilded Fool," (the
opening bill). "When we were Tweaty
One," "Monte Oriato," "The' Prisoner of
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Ladies free, with one paid
of the Elks who reside in
this city, have had tinder consideration
for some tiaaehe organizing of a local
lodge of the order, and it is probable a
masting for that" purpose will be held
this week. Shonli they organize, a dob
room will have to be provided, and sev
eral locations for this are under consid
eration; A aamber of the leading bus
iaeaa aaen aad reaiasat traveling saan are
bars of the order.
Pater Larson, one of the well
farmers of Monroe township,
city Tuesday to attead the ref
He was a prospective bayer for a por
tion of the Magaaasoa Cam, bates it
sold aa a whole, he did net want that
t of kad. .
Jr. Nauaaaas, DsntlS Si.
Dr. Morrow, oaaea Laeschsa bnildiag.
People who get rssnlts advertise in the
Pour room hoase for not; Elliott,
SPcefCo. ' .
For Sale A, small cash' register.
PhiiUpps Budat. . ;-
Dr; dJC AUeabnrgsr, oafee in new
State Bank bnildiag."
Drs. Carstsnsbn Hyland, Vetarinar
iaas Both phones 212.
Sea the Oolambaa Hide Go. before yon
sell yonr iron and junk.
- Dr. W. R. Neamarker. osaee with Dr.
O. D. Evana, wast aide of Park;
Charles Jaswiek of west of Platte
Crater was in the city Tuesday on
Mr. and Ma. Ed Williams are rejoic
ing over the arrival of a nine pound
It paya to sell your bides where yob
can get the most money from them. See
Columbus Hide Co. ,
New Year's eve there will be services
at. the German Lutbera ohurob, conduct
ed by the pastor,' Rev. Meisaler.
Found A Highlander pin, gold.
Owner can have same by cellisg at
Journal office and psying charges.
Miss Rose Stracke wa presented with
the beautiful doJl that Leavy'a drug
store had on exhibition before Ohristmaai
Begin the year right. Attend
the Orpheus dance at Ornheas
hall, Satarday night, Jan. 1st.
CbsB Potter and two sons of Monroe
were in the city Tuesday evening, on the
way to North Loup to visit a brother of
Mr. Potter's; ';
FrankMills, who haabeen working at
the carpenter trade in Lincoln ainoe
October, came np to spend the holidays
with hia family.
MissHszel Richard- of
guest of MJts Minnie Glar
trains Tuesday; she being anrouto to
Fremont to viiit with her aistew.
JH9f Joeephine Schnltz, formerly of
thisuy, caaae over from' Oasnoia'ta
spend""tbe.Chriataaas holidaya whh her
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Harold .-Kramer, who ia attending the
Chicago -university, arrived last Friday
to spend the holidays with his parents. -He
will, return to, the Windy City the
latter part of this week.
Mr. and Mrs.' O. W. Hollidsy of Omaha
were here Christmas, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. James Armstrong. Mr. Holli-.
day is still 'in the employ of the Ne
braska telephone company at the metro
There will' be three new deputies in
the court house when the offloers-elect
take charge in January. Henry Lachnit
has eelef ted Ed Linsienski of Platte
Center as , his deputy, and John Graf
earned Otto Heuer as deputy clerk and
Jerry Oarrig retains L. A. Lachnit of
the derkifc office as deputy record of
State Senator Randall of Newman
Grove was in the city Tuesdsy to attend
the referee sale and get a few pointers
on selling land from Chris Gruenther,
and incidentally place a bid on the land
adjoiaiog hie home town. Mr. Randall
said he secured a few pointers, but the
land he was looking for brought too
high a prioe for him. .
NextSatardsy evening, January 1, the
second aaemal New Year's reception will
be given by the members of the Y. M.
C; A. at their building, from 7 to 11 p.
m. In the receiving line will be the
president and board of directors of the
association, assisted by their wives. The
public is cordially invited to attend this
reception, which is for the older people,
but children under sixteen years of age
are not expected.
P. B. Derrington has sold aa interest
in his cigar factory to E. E. Williams;
formerly with thi Bergman marble
work. Under the mansgessent of the
new firm Mr. Derrington will devote his
entire time to the manufacturing depart
ment, and Mr. Williams will have charge
of the sslee and collections. This change
was made in order that the growing
business of the factory could receive
proper attention, and enlarged farther as
December's weather reoord bears out
the impression gained that the weather
this month has been more severe thsn
for several yearn. In fact, since 1893,
whenCC. Gray began, keening a local
reoord, there has not been a December
that eqaaled thieoae far cold aad enow.
During the present aaoath there have
been eleven nighta when the thermome
ter registered below zero, .aad two of
them, oa the niutljt aad nineteenth, it
resohed fifteen below aero. And on this
morning (Wedaeeday) the thermometer
registered tea below aero. This extreme
oold before the first of the yearia quite
unusual, aa Janasry aad February are'
the months when the oold weather ia
recorded. Since wiater started there
has been thirty-three snd one half inches
of snow fall, a greater portion of it dur
ing the prsssnt month, and no there haa
been very little wiad, it has laid oa the
level, Bsakjag good eleighiag.
v Pays for a noma, at least oaoa.
11 yon pay ffr yonr hoase through
The Eqaliable Balldfag, Loan
yon py for it bat oaee aad it ia
yours.' If ,yoa continue to rent,
yoa psy for a hoase every few
years but, it still remains the pro
perty of the landlord. , If yoa are
paying foria home for yoar land
lord, call at eur office aad we will
explain to, yon, how yoa can pay
ror a nose or your own.
ELLIOTT, SPEICE c CO.
Dm. Paul and Mataea, Dentists.
' Dr. Vallier, Osteopath, Barber block. '
Dr. G. A. Ireland, State Bank bidg.
Dr. W. H. Slater, vevonaarian, phone
96. " .'. "
FirsUdass painting done at the Jour-
Dr. Cbae. H. Campbell, oculist and
auriat, 1215 Olive street.
Crushed rock salt for bides, and for
stock, Columbus Hide Co.
E. W. North of Omaha came up to
spend Christmas with friends and rela
Emil Neff of Blackfoot, Idaho, arrived
Tuesday and is s guest at' the home of
Any man who will stop and look into
Hart's windows can see some Hart Sch
affner V Marx clothes that he wanta.
G. M.. Douglas and daughter
Ethel, will Jeeve. Thursday tor
David City were tbey will visit rela
tives. ' . -
of onr. ehoiee wines, or 11 aora
at the right nrice, at Wiiliani
Geo. Scott, jr., who has been visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Scott,
during the holidays, returned to Kansas
Fred Stenger and T. F Wilson left Isst
week for Frye, Nevads, to attend the
annua meeting of the board of directors
of some mines they are interested in.
Lost East of the oity, a time book
containing $15 in bills, postage stamps
and two aluminum cards. Finder please
leave at Journal office and receive reward.
By failing to oatoh a hand rail last
Wednesday night, Geo. McQuade, a
Union Pacific engineer, sustained a bad
ball. , He was badly bruised, about the
bead and shoulders, and was compelled
to turn his engine over to another man
and go to Omaha.
James. Nelson, who drew a farm in
Rosebud land drawing, and moved on it
last spring, sold it a few weeks ago, and
has returned to. Columbus to live. He
oonoluded there was more money in
letting the plaoe go while be had an op
portunity, than holding on to it.
In order to devote all of their time to
their manufacturing plant, theFontein
Bros, this week conduded a deal where
by tbey severed all connection with the
Sohmoller & Mueller Piano company,
which tbey have represented since oom
ming to this dty. The store in the an
nex was turned over to a representative
of the Omaha firm Wednesday and will,
in the meantime, being charge of Mis.
Vesta Slater until a new manager arrives.
This move was .made necessary on so
count of the requirsmsnts of the new
faotory on the time of the Fontein. Bros,
they being compelled to give it their en
tire attention. But -from now on,' with
no other business to interfere, they will
push the manufacture of their own
pianos and place them on the market as
soon as possible.
... We extend.. New Year
-Greetings to our customers
and friends, ask for a con
tinuation of their patron
age during 1910.
Purify Drug Stow
Union Block Olive Street
Both Phones No. 80
Y. M. C. A. Notes.
New Years moraiag there will be
something special in tbegymnsainm for
the boys. The program will consist of
basebailaad basket btll games.
The regular Bible olassea will be held
aext Friday as-asnal The supper be
giaaat6H)0 sbsrp. If you eome late
yoa are' in danger of having to go hun
gry. The Bible ekweea begin at 6:30.
The mens Christmas service lsst Sun
day waa addressed by Rsv, D. I. Rbush
of the Methodic? church, In his mess-
sge he emphasizad God's Christmas gift
to the world in the saonfioe of his only
begotten son. Mr. J. F. Housh sang,
"The Great White Throne."
,-Tbe regular boys Sunday meeting
was held last" 8andsy with an attend
ance of twenty-four. This waa oae of the
star meetings the boys have hdd. Come
on boys and help boost the attendance.
G. W. Phillips delivered a very interest
ing and helpful address which the boys
appreciated very much. Next Sunday
the committee will arrange for some
spedal mask. Mr. Potman will address
the meeting. Every boy in the dty is
cordially invited to attend these meet-
. The program at-'the: Cymes dub,
Thursday evening, December 90th, will
consist of a debate on the following ques
tion:. Resolved: That the country pro
duces better oharaeter than the dty
life.-' Messrs. Fred flabcock. A. J. Ma-
soor,R.F. Staurt and Otto Kumpf will
argue the affirmative. Messrs. M. C.
Abts; Wm. Hockenberger, Putnam and
V. T: .Wilson will uphold the negative.
After the debaters have finished their
argument and the judges have given
their decision the question will be thrown
open to the bouse for discussion. We
extend a very- cordial invitation to men
to attend this and other meeting of the
TheCymoadub holds its regular bi
weekly meeting, Thursday evening,
Deo. 90, at 8:80 q'olock. The young men
are takiBgan increasing interest in the
work of the Cymoa literary club which
holds its meetings every other Thursday
evening in the asspciatioo building. For
naiiiBMetary practice atvUe last meet-
lugthe dab fornieoT itself info a mock'
dty oauoae and' nominated city officials.,
It is needless to say that the routine of
this business and the stump speeches
made by each maa in behalf of his nomi
nee was very helpful and .especially help
ful to the men who took part. The
topic for.discussion was one which isap
proachiag the earth at- a terrific rate of
speed.. It "Comets." The discussion
waa led by. Mr. C. N. Olseen who read a
wdl prepared paper on Halley's. Comet,
and also by Mir. M. 0. Abts who had a
paper on the bodies of the solar system'
in their relation to comets. In these
papers some interesting facts were brou
ght out. The earth actually' passed
through the tail of a comet in 1861.
One of the most remarkable of all known
comets paised within 50,000 miles of the
sun in 1848, much nearer than any other
heavenly body. Its rate of speed exceed
ed 1,000,000 miles per hour Perhaps
the most interesting discussion center
ed about the fnture.appearance of Hal
ley's Comet wbiob on the 18th day of
May, 1910, will pass within 14,000,000
miles of the earth. It will be easily
visible to the naked eye. This comet is
thought by some to have been the 8tar
Prof. Patterson left Friday for Kansas
City to spend hie two weeks vacation.
The central office bssbeen greatiy im
proved this last week by an eleotrlo light.
Bert Sbsu who underwent a surgical
operation about a week ego is able to be
up an around.
Dr. H. OMorris ia breaking' in a new
two hundred dollar horse that he pur-
chased last week.
Mrs. E. E. Austin of Omaha arrived
here last Thursday evening to eat
Christ rasa dinner with borne folks.
Mr. sod Mrs. G. W Smith and family
of Central Oity spent Christmas at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. F. Gray.
Dr. and Mrs. U.
down from Elgin
The doctor to look
E. Ludwick came
after his practice
Grandma Morris has been quite sick
the Isst week, but Dr. Morris has taken
good care of her, and she is sgain able
to be up and around.
The Northwestern passenger train was
snow bound here Saturday morning and
seventy-five or eighty passengers were
delayed here until one o'doek.
Mrs. D. S. Westcott accompanied by
her sister Cora Wheeler, who has been
visiting here for the past month left last
week for Jamestown, Mo, to spend
Christmss with the folks at home. Mrs.
Westcott expects to visit a few
befon retnrning home.
The business men of this vicinity and
also that of Leigh created quite a bit of
excitement Christmas eve, when .tbey
heard that a forged check had been
cashed here that afteraoon and also one
at Leigh. The forger waa eventually
oaagat at Olarkson and brought back to
for hie trial Monday.-
Rowte No. 1.
Mm. Will Miller haa been vsry sick
with, lung fever, but is now slowly im
proving. Adblph;Reee of Shefton is spending
the holidsys with friends aad bis brother,
Walter Reese, in the Loseke neighbor
hood. Owing to the bad road nnd weather
the Christmas exercises at the varioaa
churches were not as well attended as
Paul Johannes of Columbus spent
Christmas in t!:e Loseke neighborhood
amoag bis many friends and relative,
returning, to business Monday.
H. B. Reed is on the sick list. We
have not heard whether it is a case of
too much Christmas oelebration, or over
work. J. C Patterson, the ruraL sub,
is licking stamps in bis plaoe.
One of onr young lsdy patrons did Bot
forget the carrier Christmas day, but
met us st the mail box with a large
stock of goodies of all descriptions, even
to a couple of Hayanas. 8be remembers
who brought all of those nice letters i
aad pretty postal cards.
School closed lsst Friday for Christ
mas vacation. Rosa Leavy, teacher in
district 10, went to her home in Colum
bus, also Miss Edna Beardsley, teacher
in the suburban district Miss May
Welck spent her Christmas with the
home folks on the fsrm on Shell creek.
It is customary for all rural carriers to
take everything in sight that looks good
to them on Christmas day. Now, that
large beef roast looked good to us, so we
just took it along, also the shining dol
lar we found in another box looked
good. Many thanks for the token and
presents received Christmas dsy.
. "A Gilded Fool."
Mr. Ernest Fisher and hia associate
playera, who made such sn excellent
showing when they were in Columbus
last November, will psy a return visit,
appearing at the North Opera House all
the week commencing Januarys. 1910.
The opening bill will be "A Gilded Fool,"
a great comedy made famous on both
sides of the Atlantic by America's pre
mier comedian Nat Goodwin.
Thwhefp i of "AGildeFooi'VCUnn-.
oey ShorVls.a young man left with co
much money that, for a whilst he doesn't
over-work his brain. A fine girl, Mar
garet Rutbven, is rather distant towards
him, but bints that she might "come a
little closer" if he wonld make an effort
to take a man's place in the world . The
incentive supplied, Chauncey'e brains
begin to work in earnest, he saves Mar
garets' s father from being ruined by a
dishonest partner, lands the scoundrel
where be belongs, and make a half mil
lion or so for himself into the bargain.
He gets the girl.
This central figure of "A Gilded Fool"
a part replete with dry humor, is exactly
fitted to Mr. Fisher's temperamenOind
artistic methods. ' Dad Burnbain plays
a comedy role, as a detective disguised
as a missionary, which,, always brings
lots of laughter. Miss Gayetty has no
difficulty in being very charming as
Margaret Rutbven, and Mr. Ben Mac
Quarrie jnakes a splendid villain of the
piece. There are two love stories in "A
Gilded Fool," and the other one is well
told by Miss O'Reiley and Mr. LaOour.
A lady, accompanied by a gentleman,
will be admitted free on the opening
night, or'two ladies may enter for the
price of one admission.
The Congregational church offers the
following 'services for next Sunday.
Sunday school 9:45; Worship 11; sub
ject for sermon: The Investment of
Time; Y. P. & C. E 6:30. Of the even
ing the following program will be rend
Trombone Solo "The Holy City"
Mr. John Stovicek
The Triumph of Right Doing A New
Year Message Pastor
Solo Mrs. Mark Rathburn
Announcement and offertory
We invite yon to these services.
William Lv Dibble.
The Misses Maud Galley and Esther
Lubker, who are attending college at
Oberlin, O., arrived home last week
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Eshols returned to
Excelsior Springs, Mo., Tuesday where
they will remain for some time, until
Mr. Echols regains his health.
The Men's Sunday meeting at theY.
M. p. A. will be conducted by the Rev.
S. D. Harkness of the Presbyterian
church, who will deliver the New Year'a
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. North left Monday
evening Tor San Diego, Oal., where they
will spend the winter. Tbey will stop
for a short time in Denver on their way
Lost Between the Third ward school
and the Methodist ehareb, a ladies gold
watch and fob chain, Hampden, move
ment Finder leave at Deck's drag store
and receive, reward."
A pretty cold
winter, so far.
Get a Hot Water
Bottle and keep
POLLOCK 4 GO.
The Druggist on the Corner.
2 Columbus, Nebraska
Viotor Sehobar of Cambridge arrived
last week to spend the holidays with
F. A. Beffraa left Tuesday for Chicago,
where he will speed a week ia the later
est of the North theatre.
Following ia a bat of
matter remaining in the pose
Columbus, Nebraska, for the
ing December 29. 1909:
Letters H B Beater, Mrs Lixsto
Brandt 9, Mrs Edaa Chambers. MtsAt
Galloway, Paal.Gasiaar, Mrs Alpha M
Cards Margaret Berts, Misefnatl
Cook, Edna Dawson, Peter Liad, Jaseh
Stock, Charlie Walter. N
' Parties selling for any C the above
will please eay advertised.
State School Money.
County Superintendent Lecroa haa
certified to Treasurer HeM the follow
ing district apportlonBseataef etato
school moaer ceaitng to F9jlcaKCy;
in the sow-annual distribution
cently made: - - k
Dlst.No. Amt DIsLNo. Aaat.
1 .........$101 85 42 ......... n
2 48 17 43. -.: 4S 97
2 45 17 44 . SS
i 33 77 45 3 17
-jj 81 9 4S 49 VI
,g 33 20 47 -... 34 7
I - 4S7
5 57 1C 4 45 17
,2 H I 59 ........ 90 75
J? 1 51 4S 77
" , 97 52 54 1C
2 40 37 53 35 57
13 26 57 54 f is
If 43 37 56 36 57
J5 52 97 66 67 76
16 55 97 57 36 77
J ' 37 97 68 40 37
18 48 77 59 44 67
19 56 66 60.. 6117
2? 56 56 61 61 17
i 70 36 62 46 17
22 4157 63 58 36
23 44 67 64 51 17
24 127 94 65 54 16
25 54 17 66 39 17
26 43 97 67 ........ 249 7
2 43 37 68.... 43 37
?S 52 37 69 55 36
29 135 14 70 57 16
30 -81 76 71 41 57
31 40 37 72 35 57
32 60 16 72 33 77
33 97 96 74 ....i 40 37
3 40 97 75 44 67
33 38 57 76 114 74
36 41 57 77 .....'... - 38 67
3i 31 40 7K 33 77
3 72 16 79 , 40 97
... 46 37 mJm
40 .. CO 76 Total ....$6864.76
41 70 96
Route No. 4.
John Randall has been on the eiek list
the last few weeks.
Iossi Bros, and D. F. Doaghue have
filled their ice houses.
Mrs. Napier left Monday for Greeley
to visit friends and relatives.
Ludwig Ebner of Winnipeg. Ceaade.
arrived last Thursday for a visit with
Josie Dineeo. who mtaaaaiaw
near 8ilver Creek, came home to spead
Christmas with her parents.
Carrier No. 4 in now delivering mail ia
a sleigh, having changed the wheels oa
his wagon to runners. As long aa the
present sleighing lasts this makes it
much better for him.
We have the ageaey for
famous Massing Underwear, the
best popular priced Union Saits
on the market Prices in asea'a
from $1.60 to $4.50. Prices la
boys' from 60c, 7se.il aad Sl.Sf.
In two piece garaaeata we have
a splenaid line reedy for yoar la-
spection ead raagiag in
from fOc to $2.60 agamaat.
early while the sizes ere
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