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Are you going to build
a House, Barn or Fence
in your field ? If so do
not buy your
Hardware i Tire
Until you get our prices. Buying in
large quantities, we get the low price
and you get the benefit. . . . Our
stock of Ranges and Cook Stoves are
complete. We have a few Heating
Stoves we will close out at cost.
Highest Market Price Paid
for BUTTER and EGGS.
Hoist & Adams,
llth St., Columbus, Nebr.
Do Not Forget the Big Store
Alfalfa, Red Clover, White Clover,
Alsike Clover, Timothy, Blue
Grass, Red Top, Orchard Grass,
Meadow Fescue, Bromis Inermis,
Speltz, Cane, German Millet,
Hungarian and Essex Rape
Bnlk Qanten Seeds.
Planet Jr. Drills and Cultivators.
All our seeds have been bought
with great care and will grow
under reasonable conditions.
Bath Telephones 27.
Great Clearing Sale
We do not intend to keep any over and
therefore offer them at the following reduced
A11S 5.00 Overcoats at ... $ 3.50
A11S 7.50 Overcoats at . S 5.00
All $10.00 Overcoats at S 7.50
All $12.50 Overcoats at S 8.50
All $15.00 Overcoats at . $10.00
All $16.50 to $18.00 Overcoats at $12.00
All Winter Underwear
All Winter Caps
All Woolen Shirts
All Lined Gloves and
All Lined Shoes
All TM S6afns (feeds.
awF'A fine opportunity to get good merchandise at less than fac
tory prices. All goods marked in plain figures and none reserved.
411 Eleventh Street.
8T Ctftt fXsCtMt
Dr. Paul, death.
-Mini wit for
Blaake'g toffee at Gray'.
Dr. Valuer, Osteopath, Barter block.
Dr. TfaamsBS, deatist, Thtrtseath
-Dr.Oietxea, death, over Pblleefc'e
Whan othar system tail to
eurgeoa, oases ovr poataeaoe. tf
lira. Fred 8teveae entertained about
forty gaaata Friday eveaiag to a card
Do not fail to aaa oar 8-foot galvaa
The Sodahtyaoceety at their cupper
laat Taeeday evening cleared abora ax-
Dra. Martya, Evaa,Gr k Haa-
osae. three doora north of Fried-
Michael Welch baa raeahad aotiea
that hia peaaioa baa beaa raiaad from 8
to $10 a month.
Dr. McKean'e method of
aluminum plates places them
equality with gold.
Sanday evening Bar. Lace, instead
of delivering the onatomary sermoa, gave
a biographical sketch of George Wash
ington. Win. Schilx makes boots aad shoes
in the best styles, and asas only the vary
best stock that can be procared in the
Car inspector George McGagal went
to Omaha Thursday and returned Sun
day with his wife who has been ill at her
S. E. Baker baa parcbased the stock
of goods from the pentitorium owned by
George Sehram and baa moved to the
Henry building north of Brodftiehrer.
A State aniveraity glee club has been
organized in Ianooln and we ass that
two former Colambae boya are among
the twenty members N. J. Elliott and
J. L. Clark.
Anton Nelson has purchased the
residence property just east of Jacob
Greieen'a on Ninth street from C. C.
Hardy. Mr. Hardy expects to move to
Governor Mickey has appointed H.
D. Schaff assistant superintendent of the
Kearney industrial school for boys. Mr.
Schaff formerly resided bet and is a
brother of D. W. Schaff.
Only six weeks until the city elec
tion. Who will you have for mayor?
Mayor Dickinson has mad on of the
best city officials ws have had. Why not
re-nominate and elect him?-
Mrs. J.Q. Bechor.MissBB Lala Plain,
Lulu Brodfuehrer, Lottie Beeber and
Ella Kersenbrock attended the firemen's
ball in Genoa Monday night
T. W. Adams is visitiag relatives in
Dowagiac, Michigan, and since going
there hss been confined to the nous by
sickness. He is now better, however,
and is expected boms this weak.
The Rummer Bros, areatill troubled
with sickness among their herd of cattle.
They have lost 15 head aad have 90
afflicted with the disssse, a poisoning of
the hind feet which ceases the hoof to
Steve Overton, the old-time genial
conductor on the Columbus -Norfolk
branch, was in the city Friday shaking
bands with many of hia old friends. He
was looking well, and jolly as of yore.
His family still reside in Norfolk.
Dr. R. A. Vallier, Oateopatb, baa lo
cated in Columbus for the prectioe of
his profession. Those who have failed
to be cured by other method will do
well to try Osteopathy. It's cares
permanent. OSce, Barber Building.
Mrs. Bandel and daughter
Frankie of Gibbon, ware in the city Wed
nesday on their way to Omaha, where
Mies Frankie will undergo aa operation
for a tumor. The Bandel family for
merly lived in Duncan and had many
Tom Branigan, 9 mflea north of
Shelby, will have horses for sale on and
after Thursday, Feb. 26. Some good
Norman atock will be offered.
mules sad two blsek mammoth
Any one in need of aueb stock woald do
well to take a look at this offering.
Judge Post retarned last week from
Chicago where he was called by the
serious illness of bis daughter Mies
Georgia, who underwent aa operation
from which aha is recovering aa well aa
can be expected. Mrs. Post will remain
a few weeks longer with her daughter.
Miss Lyda McMsboa of this city has
been appointed by the governor, aa bead
seamstress in the industrial school for
girls at Geneva, aad will leave soon to
take her position. Miss McMahoa was
slso offered a position ia the state boa
pital for iassac at Heetiaga, but pre
ferred the work at Geneva.
Otto Hagel was elected eecoad lieu
tenant of company K last Tbarsdsy
evening to fill the place recently vacated
by George Brodfaearer, who rcafgaed,
Fourteen of the boya have beau hon
orably discharged, having served for a
term of three yeara. Lieutenant Bollina
ie now recruiting the compaay.
bersof theaaeret police aad task masters
in the BsasJaa miaes, together with a
number of political coavicta, will
the atage at North
March 8, wham the
play, "For Her Sake," will be the attrac
tion, and on of the
company playa under a
9300 in Norfolk, and theColam
hoe msuagsre thought thia city earn do
aa well aa Norfolk to aaa a great play.
Mies KstherinWiHsrd,th heroin of
the play, ia on of the coating
actreeses of America. At North
house next Satarday.
Monroe Bepublicau: A.E.Mataoa
went to Colambae Wedaesdsy and reat-
ed a boa, whet b will move hia
disposed of hie resident atopatty toSLC.
Terry. Be sold his bam is P. H. Glee-
eon a week ago. and the last
up his Moare ptspmtj. H baanotltiask
decided what be will de ia the future.
Bora, to Mm. David Boyd
If you have la grippe or
from it, try Oeteopethy.
Pflleburr's Best XXXX
Deet in the world, at Gray a'. tf
-JagaHoUsabeckwiU bold a sbert
term of court nommenriwg Tbarsdsy.
W. T. Ernst, Louis Held sad Julia
Ernst made a trip V Schuyler Monday.
Fresh Roll Batter at 15c. Faaey
Bollatl7e,atHarmaa P. Bu Cwhlriehw.
Th Epworth leegae will giv a
social Friday evening at the home of G.
-The LiUi mardr trial at David
City ia etill in progress, this being the
George Fairchild aad Carl Kramer
were in Central City Monday attending
a meeting of the K. of P.
The Auditorium orchestra are pre
pariag a fine program for their concert
to be give about March 16.
TheOrpbena orchestra, ronejetiagof
eight pieoee went to Genoa Monday
where they furnished music for the fire
Prof. Kern, aaperintondeat of the
city schools, left Monday afternoon for
southern Indiana, called by the serious
illness of hie father.
Mrs. H. Bsgstz, Mrs. Alexander and
Mrs. Farrand will give a tea Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bagats
from 3 to 6. All ladies are invited.
The family of the late Christian
Wnethrieh wish to express their thanks
to neighbors and friends for kindness
shown during .the sickness of deoeeeed.
J. E. Hoffman has moved hie meat
market from the Fitzpatrick building on
Thirteenth street .to the building recent
ly vacated by the pantitorium on Olive.
We hear that Senator Allen has sold
hia Msdteon Mail to hie competitor,
John B. Donavan, of the Star, and that
the two papers will be consolidated aad
will hereafter be known aa th Star
Mail. A great many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Henggler in the vsllsy south
of here recently assembled st their resi
dence and assisted the worthy couple in
celebrating their twenty-fifth wedding
Mrs. Joseph Micek, aged 60 yeara,
died at her home in the couth part of
town thie Tnesdsy morning. She cam
to America in 1882, and leaves a hue
band and five children. The funeral
will be held Thursday.
L. Frericks, from near Osceola,
moved Monday to the residence in the
eastern part of town which he purchased
a few weeks sgo of Peter Luchsingsr,
known aa the "Bice" home. Mr.Lach
singer moved to the residence of Mrs. L.
Another change of trainmen on the
brsnehes haa placed Conductor Compton
on the Albion run, Conductor Wilcox
from the main line hss the Spalding pas
eenger and Conductor Speice the Spald
ing freight. A. J. Smith ie now conduc
tor on the Grand Island local.
The Presbyterian church ofioere re
ceived word Saturday that Bev. Hslsey
of Omaha who preached here afew week
ago, has accepted a call as psstor of th
Columbus charge, and will arrive here
about March 1 to take up his work.
Bev. Habey haa for some time been
assistant psstor of the First Presbyterian
church of Omaha. He haa a wife and
The Nebraska Experiment Station
juat issued Bulletin No. 77. This
gives the field observations of the veter
inarian and the laboratory note of -the
chemist, which led to the discovery of
the cause of sorghum poisoning in cattle.
Th bulletin may be obtained free of
oost by residenta of the ststo, upon
writing to the Agricultural Experiment
Station, Lincoln, Nebraska.
The twenty-ninth annual masquer
ad ball of the Pioner Hook and Ladder
boya occurred Saturday night at Orpheus
opera house. The receipts amounted to
$196 whil the expense were about $70.
A large crowd masked ss Indiana, oow
boys, eta, seemed to enjoy th ooossion,
ss did also the epectstors who watched
the dancers. Music for dancing was
furnished by the Orpheus orchestra.
Dr. and Mrs. Green of Lincoln, Mrs.
Milburne of Arcadia and Misses Mar
garet Sullivan and Nellie Flynn of
Albion were in attendance at the mar
riage of Miss Keating and Dr. Young Inst
week. Dr. Green ie auperintendent of
the hospital for the insane at Lincoln
and was formerly in the same work at
Norfolk before fire destroyed the build
ing. We have a bargain to offer our
farmer subscribers. We can give you
Tux Columbus Jogbsatj and Nebraska
Farmer, the two papera one year for
$1.75. Now ia the time to aabeeribe.
Dont wait, aa thia offer may not bo of
long duration. Tna Jodxxai. will give
yon th city and county news while the
Farmer is valaabl to every on who is
interested in agriculture.
The Columbus bowling team coasist
iag of Jap Nichols, J. W. Faubla, Will
Baker, Will Gregorius aad Harry Graves
want to Schuyler Wedaeeday lsst and
rolled three gsmss with the "Big Five
team of that place, defeating them by the
soore of 9614 to 2521 pins, thia being the
third successive series of games won by
th borne team, should ssttle th ques
tion of championship ia favor of Co
lumbus. Wednesday at a wolf bunt
the river five coyote
up, all getting away bat one, which
oaptarsd by the youngest and smsllsst
nun in the crowd, George Kammer, who
ia 15 yeara old. There wet about 90
aaea present in the chase, th crowd
gathering at the home of Jim Thompson
where lunch was eerved. Thursday of
this weak another chase will be made
over the earn ground.
Th city council, through fire chief
L. F. Gottschalk, sold th old book and
ladder track and outfit to the town of
Douglee, Wyoming, receiving $90 for th
entire outfit. It contain 146 feet of
ladders, 18 leather buckete, axes, ropes,
chains, etc. Thia apparatus waa need
for many years, haviag given goad
at ausMrou fires before the
built in thie city ia the eeriv
179a ay PssJHoapsa and Henry
Mia. Eraaat 8eett
-ASturgis, Miobigsa.aaaer haa th
follewing reletive U the cuaoart
oey evening, the lect of UwHigh
bar by Mam Eva Bartlett Mseey da
lighted theaarhisBi.wheceuId not ha
satisfied even with most generous re
spoass to encores. She ia an alocutionr
let of fine ability aad an aeoomphebad
Her banjo nolo, OTaatacky
Nothing in the way of a
ee-For Her Sake," which
to North opera boaaa neat Taesday,
Marshal Beiag built oa now sad origi
nal Unsa; it takes preeedenee over aay
Basso fahfriaa play .yet written.' It de
pict life aa actually assa hi that far
away country with startiiag accuracy.
ItasoeaieiaTcetiture ia said tobeeleb
orata and th acting company one of
attraction nt the North opera
hoosson Satarday, February 26, will be
on of 'th most successful romaatio
dramsa,4'The Power Behind thThron,w
part of -Aria." Miss Willard haa a
strong supporting company of twenty
fire carcfally aaleeted artists, of which
Wright Lorhnar i th leadiag man. A
plate production, including ooa-
mery aad all accessories, are
carried by the company.
The last issue of th Sehuyter Sun
ays that a oar load of material to be
used in repairiag the Platte river bridge
arrived Taesday aad Wedneedsy work
waa commenced on repairing the bridge.
About three cars more of lumbar will be
need before the repairing ia completed.
Commissioner Egerton wants the county
to build a dike out into the river above
the bridge so ss to divert the current to
the couth side and thus shorten the
bridge again by almost one-third.
During the past week Judge Batter
man issued marriage licensee to the
following parties: Alfred Jenaon and
Carrie Drungssn both of Lindsay; John
Smyarof Monroe and Nancy MeNeely of
Genoa; Bobert Lamed of Hanoock, Ll,
aad Elmy W. Bennett of St. Edward;
William Durkop and Mary Julia Mathia
both of Columbus; Walter Lee' Blacket
er and Avaline M. Marshall both of St
Edward; Adam Kunkle and Olive Bus
sell both of 8chuyler. The lest named
couple were married Feb. 18th by Judge
The lsst number of the High school
course will be given Thursday evening
instead of Saturday aa bad been adver
tieed. The following iefrom n Morria-
ville, Vt, paper in regard to the enter
tainment: MMias Maeey, elocutionist and
musioisn, hss a charming presence, and
gave a variety of entertainments that
could not fail to please all. Each num
ber given by her wss heartily received,
and it would be difltoult to choose any
one for special mention. She isan artist
of rare ability and should she again visit
Morrisvill is assured a hearty weloome.w
A. E. Mason of Stanton, president of
the North Nebraska Tsschere' associa
tion, has written to M. Brugger in regard
to the meeting which will b held in this
city April 1,2 and a Last year at Nor
folk 470 parsons enrolled ss members.
This means that Columbus may have
more than five hundred visitors to enter
tain, for the sssociation is adding new
members every yesr. The epedsl lec
tures will be, State Superintendent Fow
ler, "School laws"; Dr. Wm. A. Qusyle
of Kansas City, "Jean Val jean"; Monta
ville Flowere of Cincinnati, Ohio, "Ben
Hur." The declamatory contest will be
held April 1.
Hugh Hughes, one of the oldest and
most anbstaatial business men of the
city, has sold hie lumber yard to John E.
Kaufmann who is now in possession of
th business, Mr. Kaufmann has in turn
sold his lumber yard stock to the P. D.
Smith company, which they will move to
their yards near the RAM. depot Mr.
Kaafmann intend erecting dwelling
hoaees for renting purposes on the lote
which will be vacated by the lumber
yard. Mr. Hughes will spend his time
in arranging business matters snd will
have his office on Twelfth street in the
roome recently vacated by Elliott
Speice in the Meridian hotel building.
Adam Smith and Miss Fannie Cos
tello were married thia Tuesday morning
at 7 o'clock in the Catholic church, Bev.
Father Seraphin officiating. Mr. Dennie
Sullivan and Mies Mollie Brady aoted aa
beet men and bridesmahL Only n few
intimate friends were present snd after
the ceremony n wedding breakfast wss
served by the mother of the bride at
their home west of the city. The couple
left on an afternoon train for a visit to
Chicago snd other places, after which
thsy will be at home on the groom's farm
west of the city. Th coaple are worthy
the best the world affords snd they have
aincere congratulations of many friends.
The PlatteCenter Signal asys: "Dr.
E. A. Moor baa again left Platte Center
and thia time permanently. Last Fridsy
the doctor received n telephone message
from a friead calling him toGriewold,
Iowa. He went that evening and found
that a physician in that town who enjoy
ed a good practice, had suddenly depart
ed, (for cauee), aad Dr. Moore waa wanted
to continue th work, which ha decided
to do and sent word to Mrs. Moore to
pack up aad follow him. She and the
children departed on Wedneedsy. Dr.
Moore during hia stay in Plstte Center
bad saade all with whom he bad met,
either aooially or professionally, his
friendc, and they regret exceedingly to
have aha snd bis estimable wife leave."
The removal of Dr. Moor leaves Plstte
county without a coroner.
with March, there will be three papera
published in Creetoa. The third will be
published by Beva. Charles A. Bardiok,
of thia plana, aad N. F. Chapman, of
LaureL It will be a church paper, pub
lished monthly, and will be printed at
the Statesman oce....Mra. Westcott.
another of Mm. D. L Clark aad L. Wet
cott, oslshratsd her 83d birthday last
Satarday. Her children and aome of
her grand children prepared a surprise
for her, by gettiag ap aa apron party;
eecheluld aad sBostof bar grand chil
dren prassat buying her en apron aa a
birthday pressat There were oaly two
of the eight families of bar children rep-reeeated-the
families of Mr. aad Mrs.
D. L Clark and Mr. aad Mrs. L. West
cott There were 11 gread children and
17 great grand chUdrea preaeut, aad
naaagb to seeks a total of 50.
antavarissa which Celam-
eeeuriagia the near
future is a brick end tile auaafactariag
plank The promoters are J. Nicholas of
Mwaagan, Frank Bankinof Sheuaadoab,
Iowa, and n geatlemsa from Omaha who
doss not nt present wieh his name pab-
Tbe Commercial club are iacor-
with partiss owaiag prop
erty eloagtneR Mead Uaion Pacific
tracks and ss soon nsn suitable location
can b secured these gaatlemea expect
to begiawork on their plant Colombo
being centrally located and having good
railroad realities there will be quite a
dsauad on the outsid for th product
of thsnw industry which no doubt will
The wcahman for the Independent
Telephone Go. extended the line to
Bochon Monday, connecting th Oioott
Brothers with the raral roata. When
th line is complete it will extend almost
to saiver vrssK, and mere are 'now
twenty-five aahearibera to be connected,
which will be don as rapidly aa possible.
Friday a J. Garlow and G. T. Everett
were in Monroe to look up the telephone
baoineea. A meeting will beheld in that
town Wedneedsy, when it will be con
sidered by cdtkana there whether they
will orgaais company of their own or
allow the Platte County Independent
company to build aad maintaia their
ban ia the town. In either case they
will be connected with the Columbus line.
Use n long-bundled brush to dust
pictures and high places, a stiff paiat
brueh for dusting carved furniture, end
s small round paint-brush for greasing
bread and cake tine. A new tooth-brush
is fine for cleaning strainera and celery.
A scrubbing -brueh with, rather stiff
bristles easy be need to clean pressed
and cot glass dishes snd to wash sll
seemed tinware. A fiber brueh will
clean the lemon and hone-radish grsters
snd remove the skin from new potatoes.
Another useful article ie a cheap whisk
broom, bought for the sole purpose of
furnishing splints for trying cakes. It
should be kept in n paper bag, will last
for years, snd haa the virtue of clean
liness. Msroh Woman's Home Com
The funeral services of Elder H. J.
Hudson were held Wedneedsy afternoon
last in the Congregational church. Elder
Smith of Lamoni, Iowa, conducting the
services. After a aketch of the exem
plary life and character of the deceased
snd an earnest sermon on purity of char
acter aa taught through the study of the
scriptures, the 23d Psalm was reed as the
most fitting thought in reference to the
memory of the dead. The choir, com
posed of Messrs. Swain and Hickok and
Meedsmee Geer and Gleeeoo, with Mrs.
Harrington aa organist, furnished two
selections of music, the word of one
ong, "Asleep in Jesus," had been com
posed by n dear friend of Mr. Hudson
Mr. Charles Deny, father of George
Deny, formerly of Columbus. After the
services st the church, which were very
largely attended, the Odd Fellow took
charge, marching in n body to th cem
etery. The life history of one good man
haa been completed, but the influence
and memory of hia pure life shall live
The following telegraph report from
Genoa dated th 22d, sppesred in the
Omaha Bee: "Charles Thoraoa commit
ted suicide lsst night by banging him
sslf to the bedpost The deceased wss
a highly respected Swede, who formerly
lived in Platte county and who built a
residence and moved to thie town about
n year go. Mr. Taoraon had not been
known to touch liquor for about ten
yeara, but he returned from n trip to
Columbus Fridsy afternoon intoxicated.
Hie wife, fearing to stay with him, went
to n neighbor's snd spent the night end
on returning home this morning found
him hanging to the bedpost The deed
was evidently oommitted early thie
morning after ha had sobered up, aa he
had written n will requesting thst bis
wife should be given the use of his
property during her life, sfter which it
should be given to bio brothera." Mr.
Thorson was in Colambua lsst week.
The deoeeeed was known here as an up
right man and hie untimely deeth ie
much regretted by hie friends.
Chrietian Wuethrich, one of the
highly respected farmers Irving across
the river, died Wedneedsy lsst st bis
home, caused from n stroke of paralysis,
after a long and serious spell of sickness.
Mr. Wuethrich wes born neer Dieeebach,
Switzerland, in 1829. He was married st
th age of 24 to Elisabeth 8chupbscb,
who still survivss him. They came to
America in 1868, and first settled in
Chamois, Missouri, snd sfter twelve
yesra of living in n timbered country
they removed to Columbus in I860, near
where they have since resided. Seven
children were born to them, five of whom
are etill living, John, Christ and Lizzie
Wuethrich, Mrs. John Schmocker and
Mrs. Rosin Houeer and these, with their
mother, remain to mourn the loss of
their beloved father and husband. The
funeral took place Satarday from the
Methodist church in this city, Rev. Kuek,
Bssistsd by Bev. Neumsrker and Bev.
Luce, conducting the cervices. The pall
bearers were Jacob Techudin, Chris
Bienz, Gottlieb Lemp, John Eieeman,
Nick Blasser and Rudolph Appliger,and
interment made ia the Columbus cent-
We take pleeeare in quoting from
the Leicester, England, News, from an
article in reference to an art school in
which Miss Lamb, sister of Mrs. J. D.
Stires of this city, is head instructor of
th needle work department: "Quit the
BBoet notable work in the exhibition ie
th beautiful doth which bangs tempt
ingly just out of the reach of feminine
fingers. Tan) design is by the art master,
Mr. B. J. Fletcher, and the needle work
by Mies Lamb. It has been made to the
order of a Leicester lady for preesntstion
to St Peter's ch arch, aad haa taken Mies
Lamb two and n half yeara to complete.
The cloth ia 9 feet by 3 feet and ia of
white brocaded eilk with a green silk
triage aad panel. It came from the
nam maaafacturers who aupplied the
velvet for the king eoroaation robe and
the cloth of gold. The design hss been
cleveriy conceived, and ia ia fixed rela
tion to the figuring on th damask. The
centorpiee is n eombinatioa of a cross
and varies. Th general figuring ia in
conventional wild roses. The crown ia
of raiaad gold aad mother of pecri, with
a large amethyst to repreeeat th orb oa
the Hag's erowa. It is surmounted by
a cross of author of pearl, with a star
inlaid with another of pearl at th beee."
Hr: Staph aad Fiicy tmmn
Oir Chin ai Glnsura DtpiriMit
Is now ready for inspection. We have hunted the aarkeai over
for novelties in this line. Decorated Chin E las )C anal
pieces ia all the new shapes
Ml iiiaaa at popular prices. Our aasortasent of
shapes and decorations will please you.
Woodenware,Willowware,Wasaing Machines aad Clothes Wi
era at prices that are right. A
HENRY RAGATZ ft C0H
Every woman likes to look well-dressed, yet every
woman cannot afford the constant exposes of
dreesmsking. Buy Standard Pattern and be
jour own dressmaker. They will give you etyle.
They are seam allowing; they are well-fitting;
they are scientific; they are cheap.
just received, we have Bayadere Jackst and Skirts,
Monte Carlo Shirt Waists, Tea Gowaa aad Box
Plaited Skirts, simple and complex.
J. H. GALLEY, Agnrt.
If it ever occurs to our customers that we
are the price-makers on
line? and Ladies' FmsMis.
We establish the low prices and others follow
with a cheaper grade of goods. We carry all
the best makes in everything and show the
THE P. D.
: : DEALERS IN
i-,Tr isd: b :e sJl
All Kiids of BaildiMg Material aad CI.
Wednesday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hart occurred the
marriage of Mies Abigail Keating, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Keating of
thie city, to Dr. George Alexander Young,
essistsnt physician in the hospital for the
ineane at Lincoln. The ceremony wss
performed nnder a bower improvised for
the occasion in a bay window, made of
laces, cut flowers and ferns. Master
Joseph snd Bowene Bysn, niece and
nephew of the bride, made a passage way
from the stairway to the window with
white ribons. The groomsman, Mr. Con
rad Young of Omaha, brother of the
groom and Miss Lillian Keating, 6ister
of the bride, preceded the couple to the
altar where Father Seraphin pronounced
them man and wife. Mrs. Milburne of
Arcadia, Nebraska, sister of the groom,
played Mendelssohn wedding march.
After congrstnlstiona. refreshments were
eerved. The couple left the house amid
showers of rice to take a train for
Chicago. A very large gathering of
friend of the bride was present. The
gift were both numerous and costly.
They have sincere congratulations of
The city council held their regular
ting laat Friday. The dog ordinance
read for the third time and upon
vote of the council waa passed. The
ordinance imposes a license tex on all
dogs, sad soakea it unlawful for any per
son to own a dog without being licensed
and providing for th destruction of all
anlicenaeddogs. An ordinance waa read
for th first tiaae providing for the regu
lating aad controlling the location, erec
tion and maintenance of telephone, tele
graph and electric light and sign posts,
and providing penalties for say violatioa
of the asm. The city clerk wsa author
ised to advertise for bids for furnishing
aaatetial aad labor for exteaejoa of water
saaia. The foUowiag resolatioa waa
adopted by theeoaaoU: "Be it resolved,
w . v-5T- r- rri r-i i ir-i ju , .irm f-iggg. s
la 'complete. We handle on
ly the relinWe kind. If qual
ity aad weight is not up to
staadard we tall yon so. Wis
gtveneurry oar whole tiaae
to our grocery department
8eacoaahle good ure now ur
rrvinf. New Nana, dried ami
canned Fruit, Swart Cider,
Ifaale Syrup, Msaca ateet.
New Orieana MoaaaMs, Sor
ghum, etc Try our BiCal
liemrosatedCoaVinhulk. 15e, ,, Stc Per Ik
the beat that can Wntudvced
from. Jj IV uMeTeJ
share of your patronage solicit
PMHaMBnaBma) 13vh Svuckt.
DR. J. E. PAUL,
Niewobaer block, corner 1Mb aad Olive
treete, Colombo. Nobr.
teres" fr psin
fUaidcnce Tetophoae L St.
Ofic Telephone A 4.
Park Barber Shop
Is enlisting new patrons
every eeeh but many more
ty Drop ia snd try n Shave, Shampoo,
Hair Cat or Bath. Everythiag first
class snd up-to date. :::::::
Cigars of the very beet stake on eele.
By the city council that the Union
Pacific railroad company be reqaeeteoTto
keep sad maintain a flagman at the
nrossisg of the railroad tracks on Norh
street, snd that the city clerk giv said
compaay aotice of thie resolution.'
pw . jm
Card tf TJaaika.
We wieh to thaak th members of th
Odd Fellows sad Royal Arcsaam lodge
also assay frieada who aa kiadly assisted
dariag th aiiram aad deeth ef oar
beloved haeaaad aad father.
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