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. TiRTge T il-ne of Taxs fox
Etrenrthine Kept im
in Onr Line.
REMEMBER that we are sole agents for CHASE SANBORN'S
celebrated COFFEES and TEAS.
tJT A full line of GROCERIES, CROCKERY, QUEENS WARE
and GLASSWARE always kept in stock.
HULST Sc ADAMS,
Tlmome 96. COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA.
After waiting for three
months for a
we are now in position to
supply our trade with
Columbia, Victor and Ideal buggies;
Mitchell and Old Hickory wagons;
Rock Island plows and cultivators;
Rock Island cornplanters;
Little Engine, the new lister,
where the operator can see the corn drop while planting;
Jones9 Lever binders;
Jones' Chain mowers;
Jones' Self-dump hay rakes;
Jones' Hand-dump hay rakes;
Walter A. Wood's mowers;
Woodmanse and Aermotor windmills;
Jack-of-aU-Trades gasoline engines;
ami all other machinery needed on the farm. Call
and see for yourself. We wish vour trade.
Foandation laid from some of the best herds of Iowa, Missouri k
I and Nebraska. The Cruickshank
Levi the Great, 1 59284,
By Grand Victor 1 15752, f
at head of herd. This bull weighed 1100 pounds at thirteen and
half months old.
ry Five young bulls of the very inset breeding for sale, in
spection or correspondence solicited. Farm, two miles east of
ROBT. C. ANDERSON.
i FRESH GOODS
and even vigorous appetites are
impaired by the depressing
heat, those utttocWicaciea and
food preparations offend in
oar unequalled collection of
choke groceries meet the emer
gency moat admirably. Hap
pily tbew discoveries in aetie
faotion require little or no
cooking, and can be served di
rectly from the can or package.
We eecare all the new thinga
aa fast aa brought out, always
leading, oarer following.
car of wire,
FOR ALL KINDS
WEDNESDAY. JULY M,
Live to keep oooL
MialenT for beat photos.
Dr. Naumana, dentist, TkirUenth
Blank fans leases for sale at Tan
Jovxxax. oaVa. tf
Dr. Baker, physician and surgeon,
office Olive street, tf
Bring na your job work. We will
endeavor to plsaaa yon.
Perry Loahbaagh retmraad Thure
day from his trip southward.
Camp Sipple broke ap Monday, after
joying a rery pleasant oattag.
Dr. a H. Gietseu, dentist, in Bar
ber block, TbirUeatk street, la
Dra. Martyn, Evans t Oear.oaaoe
three doors north of PriedboCs store, tf
Chicago Inter Ocean and Oofcvmoa
Jotnuuxi, one year, in advaaoe SL.75. tf
For line watoh repairing, call on
Carl Froeaael. 11th St, Columbus. Neb.
Mrs. George MeFarland, who had
been ill, is reported aa having fully re
covered. Do not fail to see onr 8-foot galvaa
izedateel null for $32.00. A.Daasell
Paul H. D. Hagel returned Satur
day from a trip through kia district in
The fine' new barn of M. Ossein has
been completed on the site of the one
Jim Frazier made a trip to Holt
county last week to look after his cattle
Dr. MeKean'e method of making
aluminum plates places them on an
equality with gold.
The latest styles in millinery are
shown in the August Designer, now for
sale by J. H. Galley.
Trust in the Lord and do good. So
shalt thou dwell in the land and verily
thou shalt be fed. Bible.
The weather is not too hot for
bowling because of the electric fan in
operation, at Hegel's, tf
Ladies and gente underwear is sold
at lower prices at Loais Sehwarz' than
at any place in the city. 2t
J.N. Heater is remodelling bis dwell
ing, adding to its height, putting on a
new roof and otherwise improving it.
Dr. J. E. Paul, dentist, southeast
corner Olive and Thirteenth streets,
Rooms 1 and 2, Niewohner block, tf
Patrick Fox has let the contract for
a f 1,000 residence in the Becker Place
addition. Carpenter Miles will do the
Suunumar Goods, wrappers,
etc. Bargains, Great Bargaina at E. D.
Fitzpatrick'a the White Front dry goods
Dr. Terry, the eminent eye-sight
specialist of Omaha, at A. Brodf uehrer's
store Friday and Saturday, August 2d
No church services were held in the
Methodist church Sunday, Rev. Corey
accompanying Bishop McCabe to St
The new reridenoe of E. CL Hoeken
berger in the Becher Place addition is
being rushed by the Both Bitxk, car
penters. A game of base ball here Sunday
between Schuyler and Columbus result
ed in a score of 14 to 11, in favor of
Wm. Schilz makes boots and shoes
in the best styles, and uses only the very
best stock that can be procured in the
Summer shirt waists must be sold
regardless of cost. Come and see them,
before the assortment is broken. Louia
Ladies, now is the time to lay in a
supply of hats; you can bay them at
your own price and furnishing at coat at
J. C. Fillman'e. 2t
If we could all think of onr usual
work mostly, some of the worry that
surrounds us and touches here and
there would be eliminated.
Arthur Pohl has resigned his posi
tion at Madison, and went Monday to
take charge of H. L Mardock's grocery
at Springfield, Sarpy county.
From the point of view of health,
raw fruit is far better than the cooked.
There is hardly a month that some kind
of raw fruit cannot be had. Ex.
Clinton C Gray is among our beat
informed citisens in matters of weather,
and Ties made a thorough atudy of the
government system of weather reports.
The breeze here from the north
Mondsy morning was delidonaly cool
and fresh. It had rained here, there and
yonder. Everything had a different ap
In talk Friday with Ira Gates, who
lives east of the city, he expressed con
siderable hope for the near future of the
crops provided we should have abund
ance of rain.
Chris From lost a horse Thursday
evening last, caused by the heat. He
was in the pasture and Chris had to ran
him some before catching, after which
he dropped dead.
Boys and men's summer clothing are
going fast, regardless of the extreme
beat. Come and get a nice suit, cheap
and good, before they are all sold.
Sehwarz' cash bargain store. 2
Business men who lack the vim,
snap and vigor they once had, should
use HEBBINE, it will purify the Mood,
strengthen and invigorate the system.
Price 50 centa. A. Heutz and Pollock
Those who wish to become acquaint
ed with Nebraska's aorth-ceatral city
should send for a copy of the Norfolk
Daily News souvenir edition, illustrated.
It is well worthy a place in any Nebras
Louia Schreiber had a sample of hie
corn harvesters on exhibition Monday.
They are an improvemeat over lest year,
and will probably ba in brisk demand,
esneciallv if it is concluded to nee the
prodact for fodder.
Charlie Morse had a letter last week
from Mrs. Morse and daughter
Zura. They were about hah? way betw
Spokane and Seattle, and enjoyed the
very pleassat atmoaphars, whish requir
ed just a little Ira in the heoae to
eomfortably warn in the evenings.
Dr. Ia a toes, Hoeseopwtaie physi
cian. Colambae, Nab,
Fred. Roberta went to Oklahoma
last Tuesday to take chances in securing
a piece of land.
Go to Hegel's bowling-alley for the
beat of amusement combined with ad
Bowling ie a healthful amusement,
an agreeabls pastime. See the snort at
Hegel's Bowling alley.
Ton can buy blank farm leases at
Tan Joctdcal office, good form, two for
6 eenta; five for 10 cents.
Mrs. 0. Pheney and daughter return
ed Friday from Iowa, and expect to
engage in business here again.
Have your eyes examined free by
the expert optician, Dr. Terry of Omaha,
at A. Brodfuehrer'a store, August 2d
P. H. Grimn in a fall last week suff
ered the dislocation of his right shoul
der, which, however, is coming to its
Fob Sale 200 acres of good farm
land, north of Genoa, in Platte county,
for sale at a reasonable price. Call on
Becher, Hockenberger and Chambers.
Envelopes with your return card
printed on them, for 60 centa a single
hundred; for larger quantities, and dif
ferent grades, call at Tax Journal
onto for prices.
Uncle Sam employe thousands of
women. These feminine workers are de
scribed by Waldon Fawcett in the
August number of The Designer. For
sale by J. H. Galley.
A Kentuoky Love Story by Henry
Cleveland Wood appears in the August
Designer. It will run through three or
four numbers. Be sure to get the first
installment Purchase of J. H. Galley.
Misses Lulu Plath and Tottie Shan
non gave a party Monday evening to
about thirty-five of their young friends,
at the home of Miss Shannon in honor
of her cousin, Miss Irene Leesley of
Mr. John Lawrence Knowleeof New
York, soloist for Trinity cathedral, who
gave a concert recital in this city several
weeks ago, was married at Lake Chau
tauqua, N. Y., on the 17th, to Miss May
Colson of Fremont Nebraska.
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Hulat return
ed Wednesday from their wedding trip,
going aa far south as St Louis and as
far east aa New York City. Friday
evening after the park concert, they
were serenaded by the Columbus City
Harry L. Tripp, while unloading a
pistol at Platte Center yesterday morn
ing, was accidentally surprised and hurt
by the discharge of a ball into the palm
of his left hand, and supposed to be
lodged in the fore arm close above the
Some people are suggesting the com
fortable coolness of cellars these days
and advocating them aa good places to
sleep in. That depends entirely on what
kind of cellar it is, and the number of
mice, rats, spiders or other creepers there
Scott Gardner, one of our draymen,
has email chunks of ice wrapped up in
cloths and fastened to the bridles above
the heada of his team. Hulat k Adams'
teams are provided with straw hats.
Any modification of the extreme heat is
Weaupposed that Bixby of the State
Journal might possibly give expression
to the views of many people in regard to
the long-continued hot term. Heaays:
"There ia aome consolation in thinking
that it isn't much worse anywhere than
it ia everywhere."
Under the head of "Economy" the
Fliegende Blatter has this joke, which
may be regarded as appropriate to our
scientific sge: "Please, papa, give me a
quarter to see the big snake in the
menagerie." "Morris, my dear, nere'e
the magnifying glass. Go look at an
Ed. Hahn was in the city Thursday
morning quite early with a load of hogs
for the market. He started with them
from home at 1 o'clock and got here a
few minutes after sun-up and the hogs
were in the best of condition consider
ing the hot weather. The merciful man
ia merciful to hie beast
Mr. and Hrs. J. B. Gietzen, Mr. and
Mrs. J. a Byrnes and Mrs. Fred Roberts
attended the funeral of Mr. McGarrey
in Omaha Sunday. The latter, who waa
an operator in the headquarters of the
U. P. offices, died Friday, leaving a wife
and two children. Mrs. McGarrey ia a
sister of Mrs. Gietzen and Mrs. Roberts
of this city.
Thursday afternoon at about 4
o'clock, at the Barnum place south of
the city, a fire, supposed to have been
caused by an overheated journal, con
sumed a separator, self-feeder and oscil
lating stacker, all new and used for the
second time, owned by Al. E. Pike. Lo
ran Barnum tells us that he lost about
fifteen bushels of oats, and a straw stack
Charlie Segelke has returned from
Lawton, Oklahoma. It ia a very dry
country down there now, but under
ordinary circumstances they must do
considerable business. Such towns aa
Kingfisher show what can be done one
year with another. The main reliance of
farmers is winter wheat which ia also
used in winter aa pasture for a limited
number of cattle.
The Gluok buildings will probably
have the basement walla completed or
very nearly so by the time this paragraph
reaches Joubhai readers. M street is
certainly looming up. The Herman
Oehlrich building on the north aide of
the track received ita roof the past week,
and now that the Auditorium, further
north on the aame street ie to be erected,
it may be said that M street holds its
own this season with Eleventh and Thir
teenth attachments. What may it not
be another season?
Dr. Dave Martyn returned to Colum
baa Tuesday, after a stay here of aeveral
weeks taking oare of Dr. MoKinley'a
practice. Dr. Martyn la a young man in
the profession and he certainly has a very
bright future before him. He won many
frieade during hie short stay here
Martin Bloedorn left this week for Okla
homa to make an effort to get a alios of
Uaele Sam's land down there. It wont
be Martin's fault either, if he dont get a
good chunk. Linn. Since the above
waa pat ia type, Mr. Bloedorn has re
turned, having given up going to Okla
homa on account of getting atok. Hunt-
' A dear saving on trimmed hats,
sailors, leghorns, haadfcerahiefn, oorstts,
stockings or anderwear, at J. G. Fill-
There ia an unprecedented call for
lemons ail through the drougat-etrioken
region. Good, oold buttermilk ia an ex
cellent drink in small qnantitea, often
called home last week by the ee-
riooe illness of their mother, Mra. DTB.
Daffy. She has been gaiaing strength,
and sines Sunday her recovery has
Those who live on farms are
dally liable to many accidental cuta,
burns and bruisea which heal rapidly
when BALLARD'S 8NOW LINIMENT
ia applied. Price 26 and 60 centa. A.
Heintz and Pollock k Co.
Wednesday last Otto Sshoenrock,
passenger on a Union Pacific train west
bound, suffering heat prostration, waa
taken to St Mary's hospital, where he
died at 10 p. m. The body waa em
balmed and sent to Portland, Oregon.
Hi wire waa with him. He waa 47
Thursday night last Joseph Gardner
of Crowley, Louisiana, arrived in the
city, stopping with his son, Scott Gard
ner, going the next day to visit relatives
at Silver Creek. The old gentleman
suffered from heat prostration four weeks
ago at his southern home, but has fairly
recovered from ita effecta, notwithstand
ing his'agei 9 years.
Peter Spekher, living two miles seat
of town; lost eight stacks of grain by
fire Friday night estimated loss, about
$360, with no insurance. Everything
indicated that the stacks were set on
fire and a man camping in the road waa
suspected. He appeared of unbalanced
mind, but nothing waa done to arrest
him, and he left before morning.
Mra. Bowser, a former matron of the
State hospital for the insane, at Norfolk,
ia attracting considerable attention at
the Buffalo exposition, selling beans and
biscuit in her Nebraska sod house. The
Omaha Bee aaya "she stands over six
feet in her socks, is tough ss a pine knot
weighs 300 pounds and ia making more
money than the president of a railroad."
The reading of Frank Walker's com
munication will give Joubmaii readers a
glimpse into a section of the United
States, whose ordinary, everyday trans
actions partake of the marvellous, and
whose extraordinary "deals in dust" seem
more like fairy tales than the common
place dealings of men who were once
penniless, but who now draw upon their
gold banks for their daily needs.
The scoffers at the governor
for calling for a day of prayer, are
legion, 'but they must admit that since
the day waa aet for prayer we have had
showers throughout the state every day,
and none before for aeveral weeks.
Bixby in the Lincoln Journal aaya: "No
doubt whatever but the prayers of the
people are better than gunpowder in
L J. Nichols will have a hundred
acres of the beet paying crop in this
part of the country which ia flax. Sixty
acres of it is estimated at sixteen bush
els to the acre, and the balance at ten
bushel.- At this rate, Mr. Nionola will
thresh 1,360 bushels of flax and at $1.75
per bushel which will be a conservative
price will bring him $2,380. It seems
that flax is a good crop yet in Nebraska.
George Morkert who lives a neigh
bor to Will. Newman several miles east
of the city, gave Tn Joubxal an agree
able visit Monday. He is investigating
the practical problem of getting power
to draw the water he wishes to use in
irrigating his orchard and for his stock.
Mr. Morkert sold $40 worth of cherries
alone this season, and ia now delivering
aome peaches, with a nice lot of apples
to follow later on.
Highest scores made for week end
ing July 27, at Hagel'a Bowling alley:
Ten pine W. J. Gregoriua 180, Dr. Geit
zen 174, Jasper Nicola 200, 210, G. J.
Hagel 183, 187, 199, 184, John Cornila
183, 17& Nine pina-W. A. Borden 7,
D. W. Bauer 7, 8, Will Baker 8, a
Cooked hat W. F. Schram 39, Dr. Geit
zen 53. Four-back Jap Nicola 67, W.
F. Schram 71, 73, 74, 76, Dr. Geitzen 7a
Adolph Luers, who made registra
tion for a chance in the Oklahoma land
lottery, ia home again. He has a good
opinion regarding that country, when
there is rain sufficient This season's
winter wheat crop waa among the best
they ever raised, and business in the
towns ia good. It had been dry there,
as elsewhere, and since returning be haa
received a letter stating that a good
down pour had refreshed everything.
Geo. Sohram started to the Yellow
Banks Saturday evening to join the pic
nickers, but when he got aa far aa the
Fairview school house one of the horses
he was driving dropped dead. He waa
fortunate enough to be taken in by
Frank Peterson who waa on the way to
Battle Creek, and finally reached oamp
at the river during the early morning.
The team Sohram waa driving belonged
to W. C. Elley.-Madison items in Nor
Frank Brindley of Rochester, N. Y
after an absence of fourteen years, ar
rived in the city Wednesday for a week'e
visit among his numerous relatives and
friends. His line of business is draj ing,
owning and running a large number of
teams, one paper firm alone using six of
his teams. He recently erected a stable
one hundred and fifty feet in length.
Mr. Brindley ia a married man aad has
one boy 11 years old. He stopped at the
exposition at Buffalo on hie way out
gives it high praise, and aaya they are
making quite a success of it
Henry T. Spoerry haa for aeveral
years been endeavoring to have the de
partment take up and allow Mrs. Her
man Wilkeq, a aoldiarw widow, a pen
aion, finally being successful in part and
partly not, in an appeal to the secretary
of the interior, from a decision of Com
miaaioaer of Pensions Evans rejecting
two claims, one of them being approved,
the other reversed, so that after many
years, the widow will now get tardy jus
tice, at beat the amount not being
known aa yet It would seem that the
tendeney with a oertain class of eastern
people called to pass upon western
claims, is an almost total mieapprehea
sion of the general conditions, prevalsnt
in the west
Very dainty and pretty results can be obtained by those of our patrons who visit our Paper
ruueni iepsroaemt w inspect
The clerks in charge of the department will be pleased to aid any of onr patrons in deciding
on beat styles for woaaen'a wear.
Be anre to buy n copy of THE DESIGNEE at the patten counter. It is only 10
cests, but it gives a splendid survey of styles; and in addition contains vary interesting general
information, without which n practical woman's home would be incomplete.
505 Eleventh St.,
HERBINE clean the complexion,
rives buoyancy to the mind, cares head
ache, regelates the stomanh and bowels,
stimulates the liver, and is, ia fact
perfect gnardiaaof the health. Price 60
eenta. A. Heiata aad Pollock Co. .
Dr. Gietaan and Mies Emma Mo
Donald will ba married thie Wednesday
morning at the home of the groom's par
ents in Humphrey. The worthy couple
win make Oolambwe their home. They
have the hearty congratulations of their
many frieade, in which Tarn Jovbsax.
There ia no longer an excuse for
anyone to endure the torture inflicted
by piles when TABLER'S BUCKEYE
PILE OINTMENT will cure them, a
remedy so moderate in price aad so
effective. Price 60 centa in bottle.
Tabes, 75 cents. A. Heintz and Pol
lock A Co.
Children often cry, not from pain,
bat from hunger, although fed abund
antly. The trouble ariaaa from inani
tion; their food ia not assimilated, but
devoured, by worms. A few doses of
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE will
destroy the worma, whan the children
will begia to thrive at once. Price 25
centa. A. Heiata aad Pollock k Co.
The Catholic church held special
prayer service early Friday moraiag in
response to the Govarnor'a message, and
two ssrvioes were held in the Epiaoopal
church. A short prayer service con
ducted by Rev. Millard, presiding elder
of the Methodist church, waa held in the
opera house before the lecture of Bishop
It the stomach, liver and bowels fail
to perform their functions regularly and
naturally, the blood becomes contami
nated with impurities, and the whole
system is consequenoe debilitated.
HEBBINE ia remarkable for ita efficacy
in curing the ailments of summer, and
the disorders prevalent during hot
weather. Price 50 centa. A. Heintz
and Pollock k Co.
One day last week little Rudolph
Suohan ran a rusty nail into his foot
and blood poisoning set in; for a while
it looked aa thoagh he would have a
serious time of it but under the medical
oare of Dr. Wilber he ia getting along
nicely Yesterday Henry Lutz had a
valuable horse killed by the excessive
heat The horse waa beiag used on a
binder cutting grain for A. D. Anderson,
on the old Samuel Pont place, and sud
denly showsd signs of being overcome
by the heat; the animal waa immediately
nnhitohed and taken to a ahady spot
but it only lived a few momenta. How
Bishop McCabe, chaplain in the civil
war, gave his celebrated lecture, "The
Bright Side of Libby Prison" in the
opera house last Friday evening. He
told many pathetic stories interspersed
with the ridioaloua, He said you could
not find a gathering of men even in such
a place aa Libby Prison who would not
give cause for laughter. He told the
story of the Fourth of July celebration
in the prison, whan the flag waa made
from the red, white and blue shirts
donated by the prisoners. The white
shirt was bard to get It waa a pity that
there were aot more oat to hear the lec
ture, but owing to the very hot weather
and the fact that Colambua ia not a
lecture town the house waa not more
than two-third full
Fred. Ratcliff waa up from Colum
bus several days the first of the week
looking after property interest. He
reports Columbus a lively place for bus
iness.... Sheriff Matt Leach waa over
from FuUerton Sunday on the trail of
aome parties who stole a fiae team of
mules and a two-seated canopy top
buggy from the streets of Follertoo Sat
urday afternoon. The sheriff followed
the trail of the thieves to the sandhills
where he losttrtckof them. ...As Mr.
and Mrs. O.O. Harris were driving home
from Clerks Thursday they suffered a
serious accident. When neer the Thum-
mel reach they were struck by a small
bat powerful whirlwind which overturn
ed the baggy aad threw the occapanta
out with considerable violence. Mr.
Harris waa unhurt but Mrs. Harris had
her wrist broken and thumb dislocated,
besides sustaining several severe bruises.
The baggy waa wreaked and the horses
ran away and were not caught until they
reached the Hart ranch. Central City
We have decided to continue giving
a hanfknmr rug with every carpet bought
from us, amounting to $15 or over. No
charge for laying carpet We will allow
vou a ffood price for your old carpet in
exohange for a new one. We carry the
newest aatteraeof carpets aad linoleums
at all times. Beat plain window ahadea
complete at' 25c. Sash curtain rode at
5c each. The Fair, Eleventh street
G. P. Meek, D. O.-N. H. Meek, D. O.
Gentleman's den't Ladies' dep't
Graduates of the American achool of
Chronic diseases aad deformities a
Literature furnished upon application
free of oharge.
Consultation and examination free.
Omee-Mra. Merrfll'e residence, Four-
Having disposed of Implement business I am now
prepared to give my entire attention to my Hardware
business. So I extend to. you n cordial invitation to come
and look us over because everything I have is for your
Oar Refrigerators they say are the best in the
market. Try one and you will say so yourself. What
you will save in ice alone goes a long way toward the cost.
Oir 5-Minmte Womder Ice Cream Freezers
are ahead of any in town.
Why roast yourself over your hot cook stove when
you can get a GuSOlUe Store at your own price ? Call
and see them work.
We also sell Wiidow Screeis and Screes Doors
The Great American Ball - beariag Law
Mowers, nothing better.
Also on hand a fresh line of Masary's Paints and
Tarnishes, covers more space than paints on the
A complete line of Bailatars' Hardware. Bring
us your hardware bills, we will save you money.
Buy one of our $1.00 Whips and get a BUGGY
FREE. Only a few more left out of the 100 and some
one will get the buggy. We want it to go by the Fourth.
Special attention is called to our tin work. We have
a first-class tinner always on hand who gives general
Call and get our prices on goods.
C. S. Eastoim,
The Fremont Tribune gives partic
ulars of the death July 13 of Mrs.
Walter Price, nee May Morton, a former
Colfax county teacher, whose home was
in Biohland precinct. She had not suc
ceeded in lighting the kitchen fire for
supper, and poured some coal oil direct
ly from the can onto the kindling. The
result was an explosion shattering the
can and setting fire to her clothing.
Before the flames could be put out her
garments were almost entirely burned
from her body. Her face was slightly
burned and her body and limbs were
dreadfully seared by the fire. It waa at
oooe seen that there was no substantial
hope for her recovery and after linger
ing in excessive pain for six hours she
passed away. It is thought that Mrs.
Price poured the kerosene upon the
material in the stove thinking that the
fire had all gone out. Some sparks must
have been atill smouldering in the stove,
however, aa the explosion took place
while ahe had the oil can in her band
and before she had applied a match to
the fuel. The unfortunate woman leaves
a husband and seven ohildren. She was
37 years of age. The funeral services
were held at the family residence at 2
o'clock this afterncon, conducted by
Rev. F. H. Sanderson. A large number
of sympathising neighbors and friende
of the aMicted family were present to
pay their last homage to the dscsaasd."
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C. A. SPEICE.
THE EMINENT EYE SIGHT
SPECIALIST and Expert Optician
of 1607, 1609, Douglas st Omaha,
will beat my store Friday and Sat
urday, Aug. 2 and 3. Two day.s
only. Consult the Doctor about your
Consultation and Examina
tion Frao !
A. BRODFUEH RER.
Tuesday morning's Omaha World -Herald
haa the name of Adolph Luers aa
holding number 147 in the Lawton dis
trict of the Oklahoma leads. The Law
ton district ia near the Indian reserva
tion and ia the most valuable of the
lands. The city of Lawton will be the
county seat and will be incorporated
with about 10,000 inhabitants. The girt
from Uncle Sam to Mr. Luers may mean
several thousand dollars to begin with
and hi friends here are congratulating
him over hi good fortune. He will
probably leave the last of the week to
make the selection of land.
See Tellewstewe Park la
August is the bebt month ia the year
to make the trip through Yellowstone
Park aad the last half of the month is
better than the first.
The climate ia perfect The Middle
West may be sweltering with heat, but
Yellowstone Park is as cool as cool can
be. It could hardly be otherwise, for it
is 8,000 feet above the level of the sea,
and completely surrounded by snow
Write to J. Francis, General Paet
ger Agent, Burlington Route. Omaha.
Neb., for folder giving full information
about the Park. It contains a large map
of the Park, as well as a deeoriptioa of
the principal poiats of iatereat.
Excursion rates daily ask the ticket
agent about thesa.
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