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Carpets, Stnw Hatting I
I TERRACE CLOTH. 1 -fT w.
I Mst Adams
They Will Save You Money. M
.Tifct received, large line of Straw flattings ever brought X
to C.ilumbua. Call and te them. X
3c Our Fern.lale Canned Goods, and Chase it Sanborn Coffees j?
5 are leaders. Evervbodr likes them. They make friends M
ever thev so. Iu fiict, everr article we handle is the best. Have
vou seen oar fountain for keeping vegetables in good shape?
1 MWLST & $mMS9 1
TCr.CPROVE 9. V tm
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VanMi o .
THEY'LL TELL YOU THE BEST.
nuke's at toj'
Been, teMrn Jos BfrssABnest H,
rLJ. Headryxof Monroe
is thm vicinity
IF HE COULD PROVE
To your entire satisfaction that it is to your
advantage to do your sjriflf ait anff trading
in Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Shoes with us, would you not say:
YES, WE WOULD?!
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
THEY'RE IEEE !
WUEY'BE here now,
I will not have to
Bright, new and handsome,
each one perfectly finished
and the prettiest line ever shown
in Columbus. Xo useless trap
pings on these buggies the price
is put into material, workman
ship and finish. Each one is
readv to hkch your horse to, and
the price won't make a heavy load
to cany. They're here, but
they re going. Can't I send one
vour way? Inquiry and inspec
tion desired. :::::::
to de s little,
pares ftmd beat.
nrdey from Wayne
Oroand ovstsr shell for
Duty's fasd store, tf
Bora, to Mm. Fraak T.
Thursday, a denatsr.
Answliaaof faUbnni jsnt
bv Mrs. M. J. Rodman k Co.
Dr. Haas Fifii, pa;
orscoa, oftce Olivft itrat. tf
at Thmratoa hotei, Thureday,
Walter, tk yoaac aom of
a few day
Dn. Uartm. Evaaa k
tkra doors aorth of FrJadBofa
Mr. end Ma. G Saaio wOl
into the iejfkinn taferty owaca oy i
Do sot fail to aee oar Moot ajalTaav
ized atael Biill for tS2i)QL A. D 11 k
"Dont aaub a boy baeaaae a wear
habby clothiaa; aftd Uvea i a tawhl
downaooBB." We eell tk einfie-row and two-row
Badger cultivator, the beat in tkeaBarkat.
Look Sckreiber. tf
TV MeSean'a BMtkod of nakiBe;
aluminum platee plaeaa tbeea on aa
equality with cold.
Mflwaakee, eix-row corn ahreddar,
baa been uaed on sumtk, for sale or
trade. E-R-Bieeoa, 4
Eaaton'a hne of gaaolia atovea and
coal oQ atovaa are tk aaoat coewpleto of
any in the city, and prieee are right.
The "Brownies" of Norfolk were de
feated in the game of ball played at
Minden Smnday by tk aoor of 7 to 4.
Piano tuning. Mr. Earl C Brink,
the reliable piano tmaer, will be in Co
hxmbua Sept. 15th to 30th to tan pisnor
J. H. Craan atartad Tkaraday for
Manawa, Wiaaonain, wker k want to
Tiait tk comntry with a view of buying
EL C Halm and Hobmt Bobinaon
left Sunday for St. Job, wkar Mr. Halm
will purckaae dry good for Halst k
Wax. &n makm boota aad akoea
in the beat style, ftnd naaa only tk very
beat stock that can be procured in tk
Mies Carrie Parka mad a trip to tk
north part of the eownty Monday to
sign contract with tk school board for
her winter term.
The Bavin eve. ear. noa or throat
troubles should not fail to call on Dr.
Seymour and hie assistant whOe they
are here, Sept. 19th.
James O. Beeder, Irv Speioe and O.
C. Shannan left Monday for Skerman
county, where they will look over the
arable land of that section.
Free, a bag of candy with every pur
chase of school sappbes of 10 cants or
over, itE. von Bergen's, from August 20
to 30. Come early and avoid the rasa.
F. T. Bebbft of Humphrey pur
chased the Crsscaassmk etoek of general
merchandise from Elliott k Sseice and
last week moved the goods to that place.
"If we could only raaliae that every
dav we are making ft great step toward
the formiagof good or bad characters,
we would surely refrain from aosM of the
things we do."
Bev. Foster of South Omasa, who
has accepted the pastorship of the Epis
copal church here, will swve kie family
to Columbus the first of September to
make their home in our oty.
The New England Bloomer Girls
failed to reach Colambas Saturday last
to play the game of ball with the local
team ss advertised, tk date being
changed to Satarday of tkis weak.
Maw lizzie Farlsy went to Liadssy
where she attended the wsddiag of Miss
Elizabeth Desgan to Mr. William Lewe
johnn oa Monday, wkick took place in
the Catholic ckarck is that village.
Two well improved farms for
One in Qbwiw township, oae in
roe township. These ar botk bargains
The adjowrasd repnbtiesn coaaty
convention is eaUsd to meet at the coart
hosse in thai city Moaday, tk h day
ef September. See call of rksirstaii
Drake in another eolama of todsy 's
Joka Coraihi will leave aeon for Dsa
Iowa, where he will attend tk
brock, who ie;
expected some soon to
NfeCasl Wf ISflpCs. 9eV XBbjS Wefl QEcsfel 4wBaNS
ApeffeW CKfsW K effB sbbSSbIbW
Isasoat Inlay was in tk city a few
Daty has ground oyster shall lor
chickens at his feed store, tf
Biagfiaff Bros', big einnis wfll ex
kibit in Omaha Monday, Sept. 13.
Pfllsbary's Beat WW Floax, tk
bast in the world, at Grays'. tf
The Leigh waterworks were pat ia
operation for tke first time, Friday.
Small, choice farm for sale, under
irrigatioB, jouung town. HI E. Bsbcor k.
Watch for tke fine line of burnt
wood decorated novelties at voa Bergen's.
For fiae watch iepairing, esU oa
Carl FrosmeL 11th SU Colambos, Neb.
Bars! mail routes 1, 2 aad .3, began
ruaaiag July 1st. Buy your mail boxss
Mae Brady and Demple Mad-
of Omaha are visiting; this week
Anni Baker has a permanent
in tke drv goods department at
Halst k Adams'.
One of oar hay dealers says out of
thirtfmn stacks made, only three were
pat up without rain.
Judge Batterman issued marriage
license to John Sueper and Miss Mary
Widhalm both of St. Bernard.
J. W. Tanner, formerly editor of tk
Fallerton Post, we understand, has pur
chased the Central City Democrat.
If this year's corn crop can come
under the wire before frost without cork
ing; itself, it will equal the crop of 96L
The Columbus Times ofice fixtures
ware removed Friday last to the comer
of Eleventh and North streets up stairs.
E. J. Niewohner and Charles Still
fPn went up to lake Ericson. Monday
where they will remain until Friday to
enjoy the fishing.
Occidental Lodge No. 21, Knights of
Pythias, have changed their meeting
night from Wednesday to Thursday
evening, to take effect August 28.
One of the best attractions on the
road this season ia the -A Hoosier Dai
sy," which ha been booked for Colum
bus, Sept. 1, at North opera house.
Mr. and Mrs. Smil Hyer, who have
nade their home here for a number of
years, will leave next week for Milwau
kee, Wis, where they expect to reside.
E. E. Blaekman of the State Histori
cal society was in the city Thursday aad
again Saturday on his way to aad from
Genoa where he made excavations for
Lloyd Nestor, the eight year old son
of Frank Nestor, was playing with
powder and mtihaa last Wednesday and
ss a result he received severe burns
about the head.
It is said by one who has tried it
a few drops of oil of ssssafras will
get rid of ants. Drop a few drops in
cupboard or anywhere they frequent and
they will leave.
All aboard for Genoa today, Wed
nesday. It ia Baker Post day at the
reunion and Wm. A. McAllister will
make an address. The drum corps will
go. All aboard at 6:45 a. m.
Piano. A high grade reliable in
strument, left on our hands by our agent,
will be offered at wholesale price for a
few days, before re-snipment. Can be
seen at store. F. H. Lamb k Co.
JimFrazier was on the South Omaha
market last week with eleven car loads
of cattle, 209 bead, that he shipped in
from Atkinson. They averaged 1042
pounds, brought the top price, and were
a nice lot of feeders.
hears aWBOjBV grsstasfawissa sbsssubx
sorthera Ioaem. Hs assi tk family
now Irani ia G4es weed, Iewa, aad that
aB war eajeyiac ga hearth wham last
kekesrt from home.
. Maaro writes frost Colorado
Seriasst that kassself sad wile will return
to Calaaabaa today (Tuesday) and that
regular aerviesswill hahsliiasTt Sunday
ia tk CoagragatioBal ckurck.
ami smaiai The subject lor the morn
ins; sermon will be, "Pleated as a Tree
or ss s Post"; evening, "Know Thyself."
Prof. FoUey has issigsed as pnao
pslof theCrestoa High school, and has
a poaitioa with tke Omaha World-Her
ald. At tajs writiac the vacancy in the
High school room has not been filled.
School wfll probably opes Sept. 8th....
Mum Pearl Seaoai is up from Col ambus
tarn week visiting witk relativea-Cree-tou
Poultry rsssHS will take notice that
EsstonsBHsafallliaeof poultry fearing
1 inch, 1H inch and 2 Jack mesh, dose
enough to turn the smallest chick. I
also have a faaee that wfll stand up
without a top and bottom rail that I sail
for a slight advance over the common
poultry fence. Try me for prices. I
wfll save yoa money.
The committee of the woman's club
to find nn tartars nana t for guests during
the State Federation which wfll meet
here October 1st, 2d and 3d. met Mon
day afternoon to make arrangements.
Eackaieaabsrof the club will be asked
to entertain two delegate. The ladies
have received oasaal notice that they
msy prepare for 250 people.
The two-story brick building on
south Olive street erected in 1885 for
poetoffice purposes was purchased one
day last week by Louis Sckreiber, tke
consideration being $1200, Mr.Schreiber
having formerly paid for an interest in
the south walL The building- will now
be used aa a baggy aad wagon repository,
being well suited for the purpose.
Schuyler ia again a victim of fire
bugs. Tuesday of last week the bedding
in the city jail was discovered on fire and
at almost the same time a hay barn be
longing to J. W. Bingham was found
burning and in a short time the walla
collapsed. Last December Mr. Bingham
lost by fire s bam, together with horses,
supposed to have been of incendiary
In speaking of E.Hahn, a prominent
fanner of Polk county, the Clarks Enter
pries says: "Mr. Hakn says that the
Itorlt llfKa Hmss
MONDAY, SEPT. 1st.
Special Attraetiwsi :
. . DAISY . .
ssn. aa a- assssaWa
M MMM CwfflN
A Good, Pare Play- full of Comedy
Attorney Gariow of Columbus, and
Mr. Everett, oae of the parties who
have recently been granted a telephone
riinrhisa by the city of Columbus, were
iaterviewiag some of our business peo
ple yesterday, says Friday's Platte Cen
ter SigasL Mr. Everett says that it n
the intention of the new company when
they get their system completed in Co
lumbus to extend their line throughout
the county, taking; in farmers aa well ss
WANT TO SEE
Magnify and increase ss yes spend it,
We will zive vou the full valve of
monev in the best
You only need to try us once-to prove what
we say is true. We are handling some fine
frtsh Fruits these davs and will pay strict
attention to all orders for canning.
Glass Jars in the standard sizes and makes
can be found here at reasonable prices, r :
When you think of anything a first-class
grocery should have, call up 'phone 29. and
we'll have it in vour kitchen in a hurry.
HENRY RAGATZ ft GO,
The Genoa Times says: "Paul Giles
coatemplates purchasing a larger engine
for his boat and launching it on the
Loup. He figures that he can carry ex
cursion parties from Columbus to Fal
lerton, iV"g the round trip in one day,
at one dollar for each passenger." That
m right. We predict good patronage
from Columbus should Mr. Giles under
take bis scheme. The scenery up the
Loup river ia beautiful and a trip by
water would be a delightful recreation.
E. C Hockenberger has resigned his
position aa accountant with Halst i
Aawnm and has engaged with a Minne
apolis firm and will soon take to the
road engaged in the sale of gasoline
WgiTi . While we are sorry to lose Ed.
any of the time, he tells us that Colum
bus will stffl resuin his headquarters
and while not doing duty on the road
wfll be here with his family. His terri
tory will be in the western states and his
many friends will wish him success in his
new field of action.
A Hoosier Daisy" is one of this
most successful comedy dramas.
Bessie Clifton heads the cast.
Special scenery ia used for the entire
production. North opera house Mon
day, Sept 1
Bev. and Mrs. Lueck started today,
Tuesday, for Finn- City where they
wfll attend the annual conference of the
German Methodist church. Bev. Lueck
ia pastor of the German M. E. churches
of Columbus and Duncan.
The Independent Telephone com
pany are still at work gathering new
subscribers. They have three ears of
material coming and expect to begin
work in about a week. Bural lines will
be put in aa rapidly as possible.
G. W. Mentzer recently took a trip
into the southern part of the state, and
bought an 80 acre farm in Gage county,
about two miles from Blue Springs.
Mr. Mentzer expects to move his family
to their new home about next February.
Mrs. Boss T.Page ia now in Schny-t
ler sad masks! people there have indue
previous report that Polk county wheat
was not yielding up to expectations ia a
mtir He says that he has not known
a field that threshed less than 30 bushels
to the acre, wagon measurement, and
that some fields wfll weigh out over
Invitations were issued today for
the marriage of Miss Jessie N.Swartsley,
daughter of J. C Swartaley to Mr. Hans
Hansen of Harlan, Iowa, at the Presby
terian church, this city, Wednesday noon
Sept. 3. Mr. Haaaow is a hardware mer
chant of his city. He has a home pre
pared for hie bride who wfll leave Colum
bus with best wishes of her numerous
C W. Jens, who for several months
past has been engaged in Norfolk, has
become a member of the Eimers firm in
Humphrey, this county. The newly in
corporated company include W. H. and
F. B. Eimers, a W. Jens and Miss Anna
Eleve, to succeed W. H. and F. B.
Eimers. Mr. Jena wfll move his family
to Humphrey as soon as a suitable home
can be found.
The New Era-Standard of Kearney
gives a lengthy account of the Western
Ladies' Mandolin orchestra of which
Robert Rhone is director, and Miss
TWtha Stsoffer is the "celloiet. The
company will give 200 concerts and will
probably play in Columbus some time
daring the season. Six of the eompsny
eome from -Nebraska, the other six are
from Missouri and Kansas.
Invitations were received here last
Thursday announcing the marriage of
Ben Brodfuehrer to Miss Anna W.
Deveuter of Waterloo, Indiana, on Aug.
19th. The couple wfll be at home in
Austin, Minnesota, after September 10th.
The many friends of Ben in and around
Columbus wfll be glad to extend con
gratulations, and wish for the ycung
couple much joy and prosperity.
Vollie Weaver carries a lot of bruises
and O. L. Baker has a damaged buggy
as the result of a runaway of a young
horse of Baker's last Tuesday evening.
Weaver was waiting in the alley for
Baker but did not have possession of the
lines, and when the horse pulled the
bridle off his head, Weaver jumped out.
alighting on the fence and the horse took
Bev. J. P. Yost, says the Schuyler
Quill, is the proud possessor of an oil
painting of hie father's homestead in
Dodge county, the original being painted
daring the early TCTa. The scene repre
sents the log hnnsrt and various mem
bers of the Tost family. Rev. Yost is
ahown as playing marbles with one of
his brothers while the third is riding a
horse. The pointing ia a fine piece of
art and doubly valued by Mr. Yost as it
ia the place where he spent his child
these are shown
in the September
r just reoeived by us.
I are also strong In
' Taney waists. We al
ways carry a good
line of these patterns
and our patrons will
be benefited by in
specting our stock."
10c a espy
ed her to remain and give instruction ia fa run, badly breaking; the baggy.
that art. Tke Sun says: "At
there ia a aeareity of manic tnarkri ia
the city and Mrs. Page ia rapidly enroll
inffalarnwdsss." A Missionary Festival wfll be held
at tk German Evangelical ekurek, Bev.
sstor, oa Snndsy, Aug. 31st.
at 1030 a. m. and at 8 p. m.
Bapp of Leigh, Grannkorst of Shell
bedy cordially invited.
Miss Ethel Galley estrtiBd Sat
urday siaajBH to a ainsjiwai card
party. Each of tk sight taUes im tk
room war provided witk a dhfsreat
kind of eard gssae. Mr. Irv Spake won
tk geutismans prisa, a grip tag, while
Mam Lsttitm Sseice took As lady's
The faaafly horse helnssrisg to Lae
Gray suddenly took a notioi
say that a did
Nearly every one you meet who
of the weather wfll say that this
has been by far the wettest since
the oldest settlers came from the east.
According to the records kept by C C
Gray tkis is far from correct, for we find
that duriag tkis year so far we have had
but twenty-two and forty hundredths
wkfle ia 1896 we had up to Sep-forty-fowr
aad eight hundredths.
Mrs. Mary H. Williams aad daugh-
Etkel Hsariek aad Mrs. Wil-
la. Alexander, leave the
latter part of this week for Palo Alto,
California, whet they wfll make their
he for a few years at least, and sear
where Maw Ethel wffl attend tk Stan
ford TJarfanBv. The Gatambwa people
wfll greatly ansa then goad dtiasns, aad
wil hop for their retars to Columbus
The Epworth League Grand Island
district convention held in Fallerton last
week elected Bev. E. B. King of St. Ed
ward president, and Prof. L H. Britellof
thU city the first vice president. The
League assembly held the past three
yean in Fullerton has been such a suc
cess financially and every other way, that
the offtcera have felt much encouraged
as to the future prospects. The assem
bly was better attended this year than
any previous one, over 300 tents being
used throughout the session. About
$1,000 was expended ou the program
The benefit concert given by the
musical friends of Prof. Garlichs for him,
at the North opera house Monday even
ing was well attended by musicians of
the city. Nearly every number was
encored and each responded making a
lengthy program. The public are always
delighted with the music of the High
school orchestra. The violin solos by
Louisa Marty, Elsie Pool and Hedwig
Tftfiggf were highly appreciated and these
three young people are excellent exam
ples of the training of Prof. GarlichsT
violin pupfls. The vocal solos by Miss
Ethel Galley and Miss Lottie Hocken
berger were well received by the audience
and both responded to encores. The pi
ano solo by Miss Slater was another finely
rendered number. Prof. Garlichs leaves
th week for his new field of labor in
Broken Bow, Nebraska.
The benefit ball for the Union Pacific
Strikers Saturday night last at Orpheus
opera house was largely attended and a
complete success both socially and finan
cially. The music for the occasion was
famished by the Orpheus and Prof.
Garl as' orchestras and the dancing
program finished at about 2 o'clock.
Thomas L. Wilson, of Cheyenne, fourth
vies president of the International
AsBocistiou of M"'lltfa'i was in attend
ance aad during the trndon made
a few brief remarks relative to organized
labor which were well received by those
present. The Strikers desire in this way
to return sincere thanks to the Orpheus
society for special favors with regard to
hall, also to the members of the Orpheus
and Prof. Garhchr orchestras for music,
and the public in general for their very
liberal patronage and attendance and
afcing the event the great success
Gall aid See Oar New Liae if Wall Pattr. II
Don't wait until every thing has been
picked over. We carry a lull line of
Wall Paper, Palnw, Ptatltj), Vanitefeeft,
Brushes, Windtw Shades, Su Reds,
Fltor Wax and every thing pertaining
to the needs of a good housekeeper.
ECHOLS & DIETRICH'S,
rainier and Fapr MaMtr.
HW HATS and VEILS
Every lady in Columbus will need
one of those new white Siberian
Beaver Hats, and a Veil in the new
green and blue, New York and
Chicago's latest fad, just arrived at
J. . FlLLM98.
T&e ercat reciiy ror scrrotts prcsiras-oa acd aU diseases cf the generasif
o-zazs of sitter -"ex. saca as NerTcti Prostration. Fai-iajr or Loss MMhnoa.
IsiTXHeccT. rts:7 Esussmcs. YoaUiftii Error. Jfcntal Worr7. eKeasiVBMe
or Tonaa:o or Octczi. wsict lea-i w Coasiiptioix aaii Tnsanr.y with. erT
S order znaraiisee to care cr r-Insd the caocey. soul ar f l.wSVger oas.
hexes :rs:i.o. am. jierrrs cssnauieaJ. cav, cm
Dr. J. a
i Norfolk, Henspsrey, :
i thaw it
Tne Orpheus opera house was for
mally opened to the public Thursday
night, aad all attending; were most
agreeably surprised to witness the change
in the appearance of the baOding both
inside and oat, the same now being
alatost aa good aa a new structure. The
ereuings prograsi consisted of two selec
tions by the Gty band, address of wel
mwui Kv Awset Wazner in which he
gave the history of the society from its
inception, ita ainu and purposes, and in
behalf of the society thanked all those
whs in any way had contributed to bring
about present results; two songs by the
Orpheus aeoety; select reading by Mis
Lottie Beeher; a vocal solo by Miss Ethel
Galley. All the numbers were well ren
dered and seemed to please the large
nw An intermissioo of fifteen
auBUtss daring; which lemoaade was
served, after which s dancing program
of Birrsna numbers was indulged in oy
desired, the Orpheus orchestra
the mussc, the partxcxpantB
as to the utmost. The
oca eredit ha the msa-
of the esaal and all praseat
They overcome Weak
ness. xrrefralaritT and
omissions, increase vis
or and hanish "pains
of meostraaaon." Thev are "LIFE SAVEBS" to girls as
womanhood, aidi development of organs and body. No
known resiedy for women, equals them. Cannot do harm life
becomes a oleasorc 1.00 PER BOX BY MAIL. Set
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DR. J. E. PAUL,
Siewooapr block, eoracr 13tfc aad Olrre
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Please Sire Us a Cafl.
Dr. J. E. SNYDER,
tered He pais-
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