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If jron vast aajthiacia the Carpet liaei
Hulst & Adams
They WiU Save You Money.
Just received, largest line of Straw Mattings ever brought
to Cotuniiuis. Call and see them.
Our Fcriulale Canned Goods, and Chase & Sanborn Coffees
arc leader;. Everybody likes them. They make friends where
evcr they go. In fact, ever' article we handle is the best Have
you seen our fountain for keeping vegetables in good shape?
HVLtfT & mMS9
MT THE faffls.
Z Jewel Gasoline Stoves.
55 Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves.
55 Quick Meal Steel Ranges.
U Herrick Refrigerators.
Monarch Canned Fruits and
Pillsbury's best XXXX Flour.
Our long suit is in handling such brands
of goods as the above, which always give
perfect satisfaction and for which wo are
IF WE COULD PROVE
To your entire satisfaction that it is to your
advantage to do your Sfrilf Ui SUUKf trading
in Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Shoes with us, would you not say:
YES, WE WOULDP
Well, that is just what we can do, and all
that is necessary for you is to look over our
stock and get our prices.
WILL YOU DO IT
WZDUUfclY. JUL! ,
Dr. Paul, death.
Mitlim" tor bast pantos
Bhmke's toffee at Grays.
Watted, a tinner. Gray Mercantile
Ferd Stiree baa besa very sick the
THEY'RE here now, so you
will not have to wait
Bright, new and handsome,
each one perfectly finished
and the prettiest line ever shown
in Columbus. No useless trap
pings on these buggies the price
is put into material, workman
ship and finish. Each one is
ready to hitch your horse to, and
the price won't make a heavy load
to carry. They're here, but
they're going. Can't I send one
your way? Inquiry and inspec
tion desired. :::::::
East 13th Street,
Hoshsau soda water is the oolflsst.
purest aad baft.
Fats Fartoat biadiag aad saw pie
tans at too Bsrgea'c.
Groaad oyster shall for chickenaat
Daly 'e feed etore. tf
Ernest Dossell made a business trip
to Schuyler Thursday.
Mia. A. M. Gray eatertaiaed at a
eard party Friday afternoon.
Dr. Haas Pstsrssa, physician aad
aargeon, osaoe Oiiva street, tf
Farmers begia to comglaia about
potatoes rottiag ia the groaad.
Public library opea Taeadaya aad
Dm. Martya, Evaaa k Geer.oaVe
three doore north of Fiiedhofn etore. tf
Do not fail to ass oar 8-foot galvaa
iaed steel aull for f99LOa A.Daecell
Born, Satarday, July 1 to Mm. H.
G. Pereoa. a son. A little Uackaarita,
eo to speak.
E. H. Jenkins was ia Omaha several
days last week on business, returniag
WorkaieD began the paperiag aad
reuoTating of the Methodist oharoh
We sell the siagls-row aad two-row
Badger cultivator, the best ia the market.
Louie Schreiber. tf
Dr. McKean's method of making
aluminum plates places them on aa
equality with gold.
John Beeher aad family together
with several neighbors eajoyed a picnic
at Stovene' lake Thareday.
The German Latheraa church held
their annual missioa picnic ia Gottburg's
grove north of the city Sunday.
Howe's Great London Show, eonaist
ng of ten oars, passed through the city
Friday morning, going to Fallerton.
The Echole aad EUiott k Spates
baildiage are progreaeiag rapidly, the
walk being Iniehed to the aacoad story.
Was. Schilx makes boote aad ahoea
in the best styles, aad aaea oaly the very
beetetook that can bs procured ia the
Thia is great growing weather. D.
N. Miner has cabbage that will meesare
about three feet across the heads, aad
Norman Parka returned from hie
Colorado trip Thursday. He reports ao
rain where he was for a whole year, and
thinks that state no good.
The White Front Dry Goods
store. Bargains ia waists, saute aad
wrappers. Follow the crowd to E. D.
Fitapatriekw aad aave money.
Rev. Oioott has purchased the resi
dence property, third house aorth of the
Methodist church, heloagiag.to Mrs.
Frank 0Donnell, now of Sioux City.
An informal reeeptioa was held at
the depot Tharsday by friends of Miss
Winnie Gorman who was psssing through
the city from Schuyler to Grand Island.
Mr. and Mm. H. A. Bowe of Norfolk
are the proud parents of a daughter
which arrived at their home last Thars
day. Mm. Bowe was formerly Mies
Charles and George Whaley expect
to move into their new laundry building
north of the Clother hotel eome time
next week. The machinery ia being
placed ready for use.
Two well improved farms for sale.
One in Sherman township, one in Mon
roe township. These are both bargaina
considering location aad improvements.
Beeher, Hockenberger k Chambers.
John Spanhake of Craston, a former
homesteader northeast of thia city, was
in town last Monday aad expressed him
self aa being surprised at the progress
Columbus hae made the past twenty
Hon. W. A. McAllister delivered the
Fourth of July address at Monroe and
Justice August Wagner spoke to a large
crowd in Humphrey. Both gentlemen
pleased their aadieaoes jadgiag from the
press notices of those towaa.
Oa account of ;the heavy raine last
week the Gentry Bros, dog aad pony
show was act unloaded from their train
here but went oa to Central City where
they gave an exhibition oa Thursday.
The managers promiee to visit Oolambas
Theiaal aamber of the High School
Reflector is oat aad is a credit to the
editors, John Neumarkar aad Joha
Early. Thia issue is devoted ahaost
entirely to biographies of the High
echool teachers sad graduates with sev
eral good half tone portraits. -'
The quarterly coafsreacs of the M
EL oharoh wfll be held Satarday evening
ia the church, uud Sunday aaorning the
communion service, Dr. Millard preach
ing the eermoa. Iatheemaiagaaaioa
ervice will be held ia the
church, Bar. Becker preaching the
E. H. Funk ia ia David City for a
Judge Battormaa went to Albion
For the coldest and best soda water
go to Hoehen'e.
Hoehea eervee Balduff 'e ioe cream
with soda water.
Dr. L. a Yoss, Homeopathic phyai-
Duty has ground oyster shell for
chickens at his feed store, tf
-Pillsbury's Best XXXX Flour, the
best in the world, at Graya'. tf
The rainfall in Oolumbue the pest
week amounted to .65 of an inch.
-Mill Ends! Mill Enda! What are
they? Call at atore of Lamb A-Co.
Small, choice farm for sale, under
irrigation, joining town. H.E. Babcock.
For fine watch repairing, call on
Carl FroemeL 11th St. Columbus. Neb.
-Mill End" sale of merchandise atl
Mis. & & DiokieeoB of Oolambas
left yesterday after a short visit with her
Parnate, Mr. aad Mrs. a S. Holden. . . .
Mrs. M L. Bossiter was a Oolumbue vis
itor Tuesday.. . .Miss Wiaaia Gormaa of
Oolambas came last night oa avisit to
the family of Mr. Frank Pollerd.-8ilver
J. W. Tanner, who recently sold the
Fallerton Post, aad want with his wife
to Ariaoaa to niaift her health, has
recently written to me FaUertoa frieada
that he is not satiated there aad wfll
probably locate again ia this state.
That right, Jim, there ao puoeHke
good old Nebraska.
m the Mercar, Utah,
IwOlao deabt strengtheatheeeheeei to
which they have neeatiy heea elected.
half price, now on, at store of Lamb
Seth J. Arnett from Madieon waa
here between trains Monday enrouto to
Bund mail routes 1, 2 and 3, begin
running July let. Buy your mail boxes
Phfl. Echols is now an sasistant in
Louis Zinnecker'e barber chop, acting in
the capacity of oashier.
Eaeton'a line of gasoline etoves and
coal oil stoves are the moat complete of
any ia the city, and prices are right.
The League of the M E. church give
an ice cream social at the residenoe of
Charles Hudson this Tuesday evening.
George W. Mentzer, four miles north
of town, is among the first in the neigh
borhood to thrash grain. He began
C. A. Gatea hae moved hia ditch out
fit to Beatrice where he will be engaged
in building a railroad, aaya the Fuller
The Oolumbue City Band and High
school orchestra will furnish music for
the democratic-populist conventions this
-Mies Eva Walker gave a picnic party
Tharsday for her cousin, Arthur Hale,
of Sioux City. Twelve boya enjoyed the
day in Stovene' grove.
The Sodality society of the Catholic
church will give an ice cream social at
the residenoe of William Bagatz this
Mrs. Casein, Mrs. Weaver, Mrs.
Gates and Mrs. Paul will serve ioe cream
and cake on the Congregational church
lawn Wednesday evening of this week.
"Mill Ends." Great eale of "Mill
Enda" and Sample Garments, now on,
at atore of Lamb A Co. Hot-weather
gooda at hot prices!
Harhe Dueaell returned from hia
Iowa visit at Dennison Sunday. He
reporte the water much more plentiful
in that vicinity than in Nebraska.
Louis Sohreiber'e residence opposite
the Second ward echool house is all
enclosed and when completed will be one
of the largest and handsomest homes in
Hans Elliott and wife left Sacra-
to, CaL, on Sunday last; they return
by way of Salt Lake, Leadville and
Denver. They are expected borne about
John Early, Albert Brugger and Ed.
Coolidge ahouldered their hoes early
Monday morning and started for Mon
roe where they expect to work for the
Emerson Seed Co.
Miss Nellie Evans and Lillian Adama
have issued invitations to a party at the
home of the former, Wednesday evening,
to be given in honor of Misses Hendri
and Hoyt of Omaha.
Edgar Webb and Miss Amada Web
ber were married Monday evening at the
home of the bride's parents, in the west
ern part of the city. Jndge Batterman
performed the ceremony.
Fred. Hollenbeck, who handles
freight at the TJ. P. depot fell between
the platform and a car Monday evening
and badly bruised his left arm, causing
him to take a ten days' lay-off.
Owing to the heavy rains of last
week, Shell creek waa out of its banks
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, doing
much damage to all growing crops and
especially in the vicinity of Schuyler.
A email blaze in the roof of a ear
occupied by the bridge gang created
eome excitement in theTJ.P. yards Mon
day evening. A pail of water quenched
the flames with little damage to the car.
Allan, the young son of E. O. Hock
enberger, on Sunday while playing with
a pietol left over from July Fourth, dis
charged it in such a manner as to make
a severe wound on hia right index finger.
The repairs on the Congregational
parsonage have been about completed.
The dining room waa enlarged, new bath
room, closets and study room added and
the building re-papered and painted
George Stevenson, the new manager
of the North opera house, moved hie
famtty test week from Council Bluffs to
the Hon! residence on Thirteenth etreet.
Mr. Stevenson has a family consisting of
wife, two aona and two daughters.
William O. Williams, brother of Mrs.
Parka, left Thursday morning for the
west. He will look over the states of
Washington aad Oregon for a euitable
looatioa. If he faile to find such be will
return to Columbus.
Platte Center will have a system of
waterworks, having sold bonds to the
t of f200 for that purpose. Our
village has experienced some
by ire that might well repay them
for the coat of the plant
A beautiful silver trumpet is to be
givea aa a prise for the largest depart
meat represeated in the grand parade of
firemea ia Grand Island, August fi.
Oolumbue firemen, why not go after and
bring that trumpet home with you?
O A. Beardeley returned Friday
from a week's trip through several adja
cent coaaties aad aaya that aotwith
steading the recant heavy rains, farmers
are bow catting their grain and are of
the opinion that nearly a full crop wfll
Clark of Cadiz, Ohio,
ap from Omaha Wedaasday where he
has been illiag a position in theUaioa
Pacific yards, aad ia visiting relatives,
the Turner faaubaa. Chester has the
of beiac the first
t war with
-After twelve years of faithful work
-"-r tj flTTfflfll t ntSICBCMII,
Guetav Erect resigned his position to
eagage in other work aad aurice room
-Senator Allen aad Hon. J a Robin
eon of Madieon aad Jadge HoUeabeck
of Fremont all arrived in the city Mon
day eveaiagto be oa hand for the con
vention today, Tuesday.
Frank Fugard arrived here Wednes
day last from Waahiagtoa, D. CL, aad
wiU remain several weeks before return
ing, ueiiksshai new postuca aad sur
roundinga vary wall sums becoming
better acquainted with the people there.
Sunday evening the dam at Peter
Sehmitt'e mill on Shell creek, six mike
aorth of thia city, waa washed oat ia
epiteof the efbrte of ssveral men who
worked vigorously to save it. The loss
toMr.Sehmitt wfll be eomething like
Clarence J. Clark and Mica Evelina
Curtis, both of this city, were married
last Wednesday at the Methodist par
sonage by Bev. G. A. Lace. Tau Joua
kai. joins the many friends of the young
couple with best wishes for their future
Friende of Frank Parmalee expect
him here from Omaha Thursday. While
here there will ao doubt be a few email
ehoote, and all membsrs of gun clubs
should get in line. During his visit in
the city he will be the guest of G. A.
Fred Schils, Thursday last, while
trimming the limb of a tree, made a
amvoalculatioa with hia hatchet which
etruok hia left foot, cutting a gash a
couple of inches in length. While pain
ful, the wound ie not considered a dan
Miss Eloise Boen gives a party thia
evening at her home. Invitations have
been sent with the request to come
dressed aa children, and all the guests
are preparing to be young again. One
young man will carry hia lady through
the etreeta to the party in a little wagon.
Sunday last the Grand Island ball
team won a game from the Omaha Or
iginals, the Bcore being 15 to 2. The
contest took place in the Island and a
report of the game aaya Scully waa
knocked out of the box by the terrific
bombardment of the locale in the eev-
enth and ninth innings. -
Jim Frazier waa on the South Omaha
market Monday with 108 bead of grass
cattle which topped the market for that
class of stock. Jim aaya the market ia
full of grass cattle, aad they are taking
the price off of oorn-fed stuff, so that
Columbua meat eaten may soon expect
to get a cheaper article.
-Miss M A. Lamb, who has been
atudying fine embroidering the past
seven years in London, England, ia visit
ing her eietor. Mm. J. D. Stirea. Miss
Lamb spent a few weeks in Colorado
before coming to Columbua and from the
effecta of the high altitude ahe hae been
Buffering eeverely from heart trouble.
Mioses Eva Walker and Gwendolin
Garlow gave a party Wednesday evening
at the home of the latter in honor of
Miss Bertha Chapin of Oconee. Twenty
girls had a jolly time playing games,
Miss Anna Brodfuehrer winning the
prize in a guessing game and Miss Mary
Howard winning in the bean bag contest
The -Kaafmann base ball team of
thia city played a Genoa nine in that
town Sunday, the eeore resulting 10 to 5
in favorof Genoa. The boya were caught
in the atom on their way homeand took
shelter in a barn in the country where
they passed the night The Genoa team
will play a return game here next Sun
day. Mrs. Frank Gompton visited rela
tives in Columbua last week, returning
Monday.... John Burhana, from Pibel,
Nebraska, took the train Monday morn
ing for Columbua, Nebraska, where be
goes to receive treatment for a badly
bruised limb. Hie father, H. Burhana,
accompanied him. Cedar Bapida Out
look. Poultry raisers will take notice that
Easton selle a fall line of poultry fencing
1 inch, inch and 2 inch mesh, close
enough to turn the smallest chick. I
also have a fence that wfll etand up
without a top and bottom rail that I sell
for a slight advance over the oommon
poultry fence. Try me for prices. I
will save you money.
The Farmers' and Merchanta' Union
Elevator Association held their annual
meeting for the election of officers Tues-
dsy of last week. The board of directors
elected were J. H. Galley, Henry Bagatz,
W. F. Dodds. D. G. BarteU and G. W.
Galley, jr. The board of directora organ
ized and elected J. H. Galley president
G. W. Galley, jr. eeeretary, and W. A.
Way agent for the association.
Jesse Bisson, living north of town,
the young man who waa ao badly hurt
several months sgo by having hia arm
almost torn from his body by a corn
shredder, baa completely recovered hie
health and ia able to assist in work on
his father's farm. Mr. Bisson bad hia
arm amputated near the shoulder and
for maaymontha took treatment in the
Bertha Stauffer of thie city
leaves in August for Kansas City where
she will join an orchestra conoert com
pany that ia being organized there by
Robert Rhone. Mies Stauffer wfll be one
of a company of twelve and will play the
cello. The company will rehearse ia
that city several weeks before nuking a
trip through Nebraska and adjoining
states. They travel under the direction
of the Western Lyceum bureau.
Thecity'e pursuit after an arteaiaa
well ia still in progress as we go to press,
aaya last week's Albion News. The hole
ie now 660 feet deep. Nothing but eand,
gravel aad day hae been struck ao far.
The water comee up within a few feet of
the surface of the ground, bat the desir
ed flow has not yet bean found. Aa
operations have to be continued with
very little oametioa night or day, the
work has been prosecuted under very
unpleasant conditiona owing to the rainy
The populist aad democratic con
vention of the 12th senatorial district
compriaiag Colfax aad Platte coaaties
met ia thie city last Tasaday afternoon
and as ao sgracawat could be made be
tween the fusion parties, adjourameat
waa taken to meet here September 22.
B. T. Lieco of Columbia waa elected
fhairmaa aad AlexChlaged of Sehayler
-The "Bcugh Kidcrs" of Oolambas,
composed of two eeueef Beaker Aader
sob, two of Mayor DJoaJaaoa, oae of
Judge Albert Myron Gray aad oae or
two others whose names we did not learn
arecampjaajthis week at McPhersoa's
lake eight mflea eastof this city. The
boys wfll fish, boat ride, hunt aad bathe.
They will ao doubt have a fine time and
wa venture to eey that upon their return '
their becks wfll be a beaatifal brown. I
Aawaa the J- ka aitMuUd I
the democratic cad aoaulist conventions
at Columbua oa Tuesday ware O. Nel-
oa, Joha a Spreehsr, Alex Schlegel, D.
N. McCord, and F. A. Sacha, populieta,
aad Levi Painter, G. R Doughty, Jamea
Alton, Matt Backer aad F. J. Henry,
democrata. Otto Zuelow went to Cblnn.
bus on the same train, but he said he
wanted a long buck mark between hia
earns aad that of the delegates to the
conventions. Sehayler Sun.
As wa goto press this Tueedsy after
noon the democratic and populiet oon
ventione for the Third congressional
district are ia session in thie city, the
democrata occupying the North opera
houee aad the populieta the Orpheue
halL G. W. Phfllipa of this city hae
been mentioned aa a candidate for the
nominstion, bat it seems to be generally
conceded that Joha a Robineon of Mad
ieon will be re-aomiaatod to make the
race against John J. MoCarthy the repub
lican aominee for that ofike.
The topics ia Table Talk are always
onable, aa appears at a glaaoeover
the table of content: The Table in
Bummer," by Majorie March, ia full of
information about the proper food for
the summer montha and how to prepare
it Too little attention, aa a rule, ia paid
to diet in the heated month. The
Housekeepers' Inquiry Department aa
usual, ia full of timely recipes, menus
and deooratione for different kinde of
social ooeaeiona. The pubuehere of
Table Talk, Philadelphia, wfll eend free
sample copies to our readers on request
The City Band elected officers for
the ensuing year at their business meet
ing last Tuesday evening as follows:
John Pitman, president; Henry Gses, jr.,
vice president; Bert Galley, eeeretary;
Frank Sehilz, treasurer; Herbert Clark
and Fred. Platb, trustees; John Stovi
oek, librarian; Prof. Garliehs, musical
director and Martin Sehilz hia assistant
The affairs of 'the organization are in
exoellent chape and the boye are fur
niehing some high grade music which
Columbus citizens thoroughly enjoy at
the park concerto.
Hulst k Adama have rented the
Gluck building just west of their store,
which has been occupied by Carl Hoeben,
and wfll soon move their dry goode
department into that building. There
wfll be a large opening cut in the wall
dividing the two rooms and the building
fitted up in first-class shape for that
department They will ako add a hard
ware line to their other business to
occupy the space now taken up with dry
goods. Carl Hoeben has moved his
drugstore into the Leavy building just
west of his former location.
Charley Gerrard ia in Bellwood thie
week with the intention of starting a
second paper. Well, thie a free country
and he has a perfect right to do so; bat
the friends of the Gazette needn't feel
alarmed. Well remain here just the
same aad perhaps two papera in Bell
wood wfll be able to bold the people
level George Gould, implicated in the
wrecking of the Platte Valley bank of
Bellwood ia still oonfined in the county
jafl. The fact that he is still in jail
when be could give bond at any time ie
believed to mean that the next step by
bis attorneya wfll be an effort to eecure
hie release on a writ of habeas corpus.
The school board met Monday of hut
week, transacting little business outside
of allowing payment of bilk. On Thurs
day evening another meeting waa held in
which H. W. Graybell waa elected
teacher of oeienee in the high echool to
take the place of Prof. W. E. Weaver,
resigned. Miss Edna Beardeley waa
chosen to teach the suburban school.
This completes the election of all the
toachera with the exception of music
instructor. The aalariee of the janitors
of the different ward schools waa fixed,
also that of the science teacher, the lat
ter to receive $65 per month. Mr. Gray
bell, who has been an assistant teacher
in the State University, cornea to thia
city with exoellent recommendations.
Columbus citizens will see from the
following, which ie taken from the Ne
braska Teacher, that our city auperin
tendent in looked upon by inetructora aa
one of the best in his profession in the
state: "It gives us pleasure to announoe
that Supt W. M Kern of Columbaa, has
consented to edit the high echool de
partment beginning with the August
number. Supt Kern is very favorably
known to the toachera of the state as the
result of his intense interest in the edu
cational associations, his work aa an
institute instructor and the reputation
he has achieved aa a successful superin
tendent of schools. He has written ex
cellent artiolea for this paper and for
other school journals, which shows him
to be a good writer as well ss a skilful
A FAMILY MATTER
Its a fiunily matter when the problem of buyiag groceries m ua
der consideration. The wife knows what braad of goods has taw
flavor that suits the taste, aad she kaows from exaaneace jaat haw
much the best should cost Your part of the autfriaMsaal raatiritt aa
this respect Is to let her choose her grocer ahe cam do it x4 Lm.
il . ii ! . a . m. -. aavujemma
ioau you ana ner mina ww ceil aer to Day her
we make a
ties and low prices are jammed
together in each article.
in so many differ
ent patterns and
designs that we
g They are the best all-around
S lamps we could buy on the
J market They are waiting for
a test why not give one a teat
5 now? Prices correct
varieties at prices that caasjat
kelp but tempt your pocket
book aad the quality is ia every
ets, etc, ia aa almost wholesale
variety. The prices oa these
articles are low while the owali- m
ues are aiga.
HENRY RAGATZ ft CO.
Gall i Sii Oir tit. Lin if Will Pipir.
Don't wait until every thing has been
Bicked over. We carry a lull line of
Jail Paper. Palate, Plastlte. VaraMaa,
Brasl.es, Wladtw Shales, Sash Reia.
Fleer Wax and every thing pertaining
to the needs of a good housekeeper.
ECHOLS ft DIETRIGHS,
rainier ami rapcr tlaanrs.
tbc i great remedy for aervom prostration aad
p eiiacraox.aocn as nervosa
iBMpieacy. Nigauj amissions. Y
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IFTrl BBm. foroCT mo guarantee to care or reftmfl tte
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DEaalasllffillVslI All I A They
rrnillMIIII ril I A.retwlarity
a saw aasm lanmiW nmimikma. iarveass viav
smnmHBmeaT or aad -nh "ansae
of menstruation. They are "LIFE SAVERS' to airiaat
womanhood, aidlne; development of organs ami hoar. He
known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do haraa Ills
becomes a pleasure. $ ljOO PER BOX BY MAIL atas
hydracrbts. DiL MOTT CHEMICAL CafCkvlaad,Cia
For Sale by POLLOCK & GO.
eeeretary of the populist convention, aad
IF. J. Henry of Sehayler aad Ed.Boasi-
Cabaa sofl ia thn I tnr nf fTolumbaa the aamo ualues ia the
A large crowd of fans were out to
the game of ball between Staple-
harst aad Columbua Sunday afternoon.
Although the eun waa pouring down
very hot aad impossible to keep cool,
atill the oceupanta of the grand etand
which was packed full, were well repaid
for their trouble, aa the game waa a very
good oae. As the Staplehurst team waa
in the lead until nearly the end of the
game, there was not an over abundance
of noise; rather it waa a good, quiet
Sunday game for it looked to the
"rooters aa though our team were "up
against it" The score up to the esv
oath inning stood stood 2 to 1 in favor
of Staplehurst, but in the seventh the
tables were turned, our team making
threes scores. Thee, aa if by magic,
came load, full aad strong from the
grand stead the peat up euthneiasm
thateeemed rattled at the Staplehurst
team. The umpire, Mr. Miller of Sew
ard, waa the eboiee of Staplehurst and
we are sorry to chronicle the fact that
they were not willing not to abide by
hie deriaaloBB, for in the eighth the boya
from the "Blae" went ap in the air and
the game waa of, The eeore should
havebeea4to2but Staplehurst, ia the
wrangle with their owaampire, got the
i wont ex re aaa as nfman lm
1 should be 9 to 0 ia favor of Columbua
After commenting on the decisions
of the umpire in the base ball game oa
the Fourth in not any too friendly terms,
the St Edward Advance eeys: "How
ever, the people of St Edward do not
feel disposed to hold any illwill against
Columbus for unfair treatment received
at the hands of ita would-be sports. We
all had a jolly good time and hope to be
in a position sometime to return the com
pliment to our neighbor. Columbus is
all right and aeeme to have entirely
shaken off the lethargy that in pest yeara
almost rendered it a breathing corpse.''
Elmer Sheets of New York City who
has been spending n few weeks with his
family in Schuyler, came up Wedneedny
to visit his half sister, Mrs. Mary Early
and family. Mrs. Sheets had been celled
to Schuyler by the sickness of her father,
Hon. H. C. RnaselL Dr. Sheets waa a
Columbua boy some twenty years sgo
and after leaving here waa a practicing
physician in Denver until ten yeara ago
when he compounded a medicine which
he calls "Antiphlogistine." Since that
time he hae been engaged in the manu
facture and eale of thie invention which
has already made him a fortune. Dr.
Sheeta has branch offices now eatabliehed
in many foreign countries and nearly
every drug atore in the United States
have it on their shelves. Dr. Sheeta has
the chance of becoming n millionaire,
and hie old-time friende here will
him continued success.
"Columbua girls of twenty years
sgo" enjoyed a fine time at the home of
G. W. Elaton Saturday afternoon, the
company congregating in honor of Mrs.
S. J. Irwin, who with her family is visit
ing m the city. Those present who
thoroughly enjoyed the festivities were:
Mrs. Charles Matthews, Mrs. Susan
Lloyd, Mrs. S. A. Brindley, Mrs. Belle
Newman, Mrs. J. C. Echols, Mrs. R. Jea
kinson, Mrs. O. L. Baker, Mrs. O. C.
Shannon, Mrs. Nelin McKelvey, Mrs.
Geo. Kohler, Mrs. E. H. Jenkins, Mrs.
Win. Terrell. Many of the above were
echool girls here not so very many yeara
ago, and the more agile among them were
doing the cake walk ae of yore. An
excellent lunch waa served ending with
cakes and ices. Arrangementa were
made for all to attend a houee party at
Creighton next summer. Mr. and Mm.
Irwin returned to their home Monday.
The city council held a special meet
ing Thursday evening to consider an
application from Cottingbam k Everett
of Iowa for a telephone franchise. An
ordinance waa read for the first time
allowing the company the right of way.
Thia company have established many
telephone systems in Iowa and Nebraska
and make a special work of connecting
the rural districts with the city tele
phones. Their prices here would prob
ably be $235 for busmeaa houses per
month and fl for readencee, every sub
scriber on separate wires with no party
Unas. The farmers would be connected
with the city phones at a cost of SI a
month with the privilege of talking at no
extra expense with any parties connected
with their system. There ie a growiag
demand for a rural telephone system and
the first good company to TtsMiah oae
day evening the council met again aad
read the telephone ordinance the seeoad
At tuaaaeetiagawaoleeale liquor-
granted to Carl Boade.
oouaoil will convene again Friday
WA couple of 'ageata have
town the first of the
dan, we are told, for
enlarged. One of them lawiBtwiai at
the hotel aa D. Corcoran, Chisago, it ia
alleged, committed a rape oa the persea
of Mies Martha Haadke, a girl 14 yeara
of age, aad of a respectable family ia
Craston. The girl waa employed aa a
domestic at the home of Mr. aad Mm.
George H. Palamteer, where it ie alleged
the crime waa committed, oa Tuesday
afternoon, July 8th. Neither Mr. nor
Mrs. Falmateer were at home, Mr. Pnl-
mateer bemg at hia piece of
aad Mm. Palmateer venting nt
bor'e. The person charged with
crime waa later arrested at Liadaey aad
brought back to Creetoa. The county
attorney waa seat for, and he aad the
aheruT arrived Thareday aanraiag aad
took the prisoner to Cblumbue for a
preliminary hearing at 2 o'clock thia
afternoon." The above ia taken from
the Creetoa Statesmen. Corcoran waa
identified by Miss Haadke. He was ar
raigned in Justice Wagners court Fri
day afternoon, waived evamiaatioa, aad
was held to the district court ia the
eum of $1,000.
DR. j: B. PAUL,
Niewoaaer block, eoraa
street. Combos. Nebr.
Bwideaca Tetepaane L M.
Oufee Telephone A 4.
KODAK IS A
$1.00 ft $25.