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f ebniary 22, 1004,
Big Reduction Sale.
Mr. Adams' interest
in the firm of Hulst
&L Adams, I shall,
beginning Monday Feb.
22d, 1904, in order to re
duce stock and make
room for spring' stock, of
fer in this sale many gen
uine bargains. &fe prices
will surprise you and will
move the goods very fast
as in marking these goods
I have disregarded cost
the prices will speak loud.
The entire stock of Dishes, Glassware,
etc. must be cut in two in the next thirty
days. The prices we are offering them at
will do it too Come early First choice is
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
In this department the prices are very
attractive Investigate you will surely buy.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC.
This department offers many big bar
gains. The stock must be cut down to make
room for spring goods prices are what will
do it. Don't fail to take advantage of this
Quality guaranteed, prices the lowest, all
we ask is compare our prices with the credit
stores it will make you a regular customer
at this store.
WKD9BDAT. MAaCaTM. :
5?Thankinj all customers for the liberal patronage extended Hulat &
Adams and asking a continuance of same as well as extending a cordial
invitation to all others to call and get acquainted, I am yours truly.
Hulst's Cash Store.
Both 'Phones 26.
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"JUST A BITE AND A Sff."
DAIXTILi' SERVED AT ARMOUR'S
Eitract of Beef DenuBstratun
Tn our Grocery Department all week. It is worth
while visiting. One day they will serve Welsh Rare
bit, another day some other chafing dish dainty, and
everv day they "are serving delicious Soups, Bouillon,
Beef Tea. eta. No obligation to buy. It is FREE
with our compliments. ::::::
- Fricassee of Dried Beef
- Oyster Cocktail
Week's End Sale TSL,
3 tb DUNKLErS MICHIGAN CRAWFORD PEACHES Oaw
worth 35c price on Friday and Saturday mJ
2 b DUXKLETS RED RASPBERRIES. BLACK RASP
BERRIES, CHERRIES and STRAWBERRIES OAr
worth 35c, price on Friday and Saturday VJ
: lt GLENWOOD BRAND CALIFORNIA YELLOW
CRAWFORD PEACHES worth 25c, price on Fri- fat.
dav and Saturday OV
lt YELLOW SLICED and LEMON CLING SLICED
CALIFORNIA PEACHES worth 25c, price on Fri- Af
dav and Saturday VV
5 Bj YELLOW AND LEMON CLING CALIFORNIA QO-
PEACHES worth 30c, price on-Friday and Saturday rr
j"Sale of above subject to stock on hand and yoa will be kicking
yourself for not baying1 more-
THAT we have been
quite prominent in the
lately. This is because
we are always in the
lead on low prices.
We have been selling
Baker's Chocolate at 15c per cake.
This 156 per cake is where all the trouble
comes. One of our credit stores has always
charged you 20c or 25c for the same article.
They dont like this 15c price. We have
been selling Baker's Chocolate at 15c per
cake and will continue to do so regardless of
the attempt ot one of our competitors through
the United States court to stifle competition.
ZWAIZ advertisements fa the. local
columns are charged at the rate of 5
cents a line each issue. Heavy face tupe
Dr. PaaL daata.
L. Jacggi was in Omaha la ink.
Alvin E. Pool, violinist Taoae 85.
Dr. Valliar, Osteopath, Barber block.
Dr. Giatzea, daatiat, oter Pollock's
Will Seipp m confined to the boom
last week by sickness
Mrs. EL E. Babeoek wa
last week, bat ie bow improving:
Ernest and Harlaad Daaaall
David City last week on business.
Lloyd Swain went down to Sarpy
county Friday to visit old frieade.
Dr. Chan. H. Plate, ho eopathie pfcy
aidan and surgeon, poatnaVia bniMiae;.
Dr. McKean k packing kia oamce
materials preparatory to taking a trip
Mm. Carl Beinke ia aloaiy recover
ing from a siege of sjckaaaa lasting aev-
Drs. Martyn, Evaaa,Gear k Han
sen, oaaee three doors north of. 11 iad
hofs store, tf
Born, to Mr. and Mm. Joaa Abag
gleu in the south part of town Friday
morning, a daughter.
Miss Ella TRaamnsssn has accepted
a position in the dry goods department
of the Friedhof store.
To rent, a small building suitable for
shop purposes. In good locality. In
quire at Jockxai. office.
Herman Siewert returned Wednes
day from Indian Territory where he went
about a week previously.
An examination will be held in Nor
folk March 22d and 23d for the appoint
ment of naval cadets to Annapolis.
A twenty-acre piece of land adjoin
ing the town of Schuyler on the west,
was sold recently for $150 per rem.
Beeidences and vacant lota in all
parts of the city for sale on easy terms.
Becher, Hockenberger Jr. Chambers.
Thomas Branigan left Thursday for
Chicago, near where he took a car load
of horses and on Saturday had a sale.
H. Gordon Cross of. St. Edward was
in town last week on his way to Omaha
where he purchased a new job printing
1 raid February sale at the
White Fromt Dry Gow4s store.
tow win lose mosey liyos hiss
Win. Schilx makes boots and shoes
in the best styles, and uses only the very
best stock that can be procmred in the
Prof. Bay of David City was in town
Sunday on his way home from Fremont
where he had attended the funeral of
Mm. James Eirkpatrick returned
home to Grand Island Friday after a
week's visit with her son J. F. Eirk
patrick of this city.
Editor Johannes will build an addi
tion to his residence in the east part of
town, to the value of about 91,000. Win.
Both has the contract.
Miss Lida Turner spent Saturday
and Sunday at home from her school
work in Sherman township. Miss Louise
Frank accompanied her.
Harry Harrington was taken before
Police Judge Curtis Friday morning and
fined 12 and costs charged with drunk
enness and for resisting an officer.
lay the lest. The Tryber Pisa
leads them all in construction, finish,
durability and price. Sold on monthly
payments. Auditorium Music. Co.
The rooms on Thirteenth street re
cently vacated by L. W. Snow are being
fitted up by Sowerwine k Stanley who
will conduct an up-to-date pool room.
Miss Leafy Gray went to Lincoln
Friday where she will be engaged in a
wholesale millinery store a few weeks
before accepting a position a trimmer.
Southern melodies by colored peo
ple are just what the people enjoy, and
never fail to draw large crowds. At
North opera house Wednesday evening
of next week.
Prof. C. B. Sherman of Schuyler, well
known to many Columbus people, has
been re-elected to teach in that place for
a term of two years. He ia now serving
his fourth year.
If you are not a regular caetomer at
the "Live and Let Live" meat 'market,
give it a trial and yoa will be satisfied
that the quality of meat sold there ia the
best and the prices lowest.
Mies Florence Snyder began work
in the Independent Telephone ofifee
Monday as one of the day operators and
Miss Dollie Snyder ia in the same em
ployment as night operator.
Judge J. M. Cartie purchased Mon
day the Carlson residence property on
Sixteenth street, two blocks want of the
Third ward school. He will oocapy the
premises in about three weeks.
A gang of men were pat to work
Monday by supervisors Ernst and Held,
upon the repairing of the Platte river
wagon bridge. Mr. Ernst says he thesks
the work will be completed in aboat tan
-Pinkeye' is the famainaaMw afifie
tion in Colnmbae. Many of the grown
people as well an children have been
the stage where the snferar baa to take
to a dark room.
show fall ia
for sale. Inquire
The First social drrkaoa of the Coa
gregational ekmreb will entertain all the
members of the church and
at the home of R. 8.
Friday evening. Children of the
lies are also invited.
expects to be at
He went to New York
several weeks ago, and
iag news to interested
work so far has besnte
written that ha
any day naw.
finance the Fre-
F. A. Mateon of. Madam baa sold
his implement store to a eeampaay at
of the stock for a short tan as Isaac,
His Catnaabna frianda wwald be ffcW to
wham ay of sss i ilaains waaaa,
A good work
at JocKuii ofiasa.
- E. Boas returned last Friday from
a few .oaths' That to Gernwny.
D. F. Davie ot Silver Greek was a
Colambaa visitor last Wsdaeaday.
Miaa Helen Shannon ia employed in
the FQlman store aa an apnreatace.
Do not faQ tease oar 8-foot galvan
iasd steal mill for 3340. A.DaaseU
Arnold Oehlrich went to hia ranch
near Clarka Monday, making the trip
Dr. McKeaa'a method of making
litna pi i tea plaosa them oa aa
equality with gofcL-
Miaa Lyllian Welden who is teach
ing near Tarnov, visited her parents in
this city over Sunday.
Mias Lixzie Gibbina will engage to
do sewing in the city. Address inquiries
in care of Ed. Morrow, Route 2.
Miaa Lizzie Farley baa accepted a
position in the dry goods department of
Hulst's store, beginning Monday:
Lands in Boone, Sherman, Buffalo
and Coster counties for sale or exchange.
Bechetv Hockaaberger k Chambers.
Hubert Burruaa was confined to the
house last week by sickness, and will be
unable to resume work for n few days
Mias Katharine Speice has secured
a position aa head trimmer in a millinery
store in Creston, Iowa, beginning work
Tom Johnson and Clarence Sheldon
have placed some fine bulla, which they
bought from Arnold Oehlrich, at the
head of their herds.
Mm. Walter Butler came down from
Belgrade Saturday to spend two weeks
with her mother. Mm. Carl Beinke, who
has been ill for several weeks..
Four young men from Fnllerton
have established a hunting camp on the
Platte river and will wage war on the
feathered tribe for about a week.
Humphrey ia to have a rural mail
route. The distance covered by the
carrier will be twenty-eight miles, visit
ing 100 houses and supplying 100 people.
Republicans will meet in the council
chamber Saturday evening to place in
nomination candidates for city offices.
Elsewhere in this issue we publish the
Sheriff C J. Carrig took Mike Mos
tek to the penitentiary at Lincoln Fri
day. Mostek was sentenced to three and
a half years imprisonment during the
recent term of court.
Barred Plymouth Rocks exclusively,
"Orchard strain," bred for size and lay-
ting qualities. Farm ranged. Eggs 15
for 80c; 30 for $1.50. Hetty E. Truman,
R. F. D. 1, Genoa, Nebr. 8
The Monroe Looking Glass in noting
that S. W. Lightner was in that town
from ma home in Lynch, says that he
lost 112.000 recently by fire. He carried
an insurance of $5,000.
"Sixty Yean Ago" is the subject of
a nsndeome calendar sent oat Dy ine
Butler Paper (3a, which shows the
printer of many years ago. The picture
ia a work of art representing a piece of
Albion had another fire early Friday
morning. The two buildings burned
were the property of Editor Poynter and
his loss is about $3,000. Mr.FIynn,who
occupied one of the buildings waa car
ried from bin room almost unconscious.
C K. Davies returned home Thurs
day from Kearney where he waa looking
up a location for a stock farm. He found
a place that suite him just outside the
city limits, and in all probability will
purchase the farm and move hia family
The old Harragraffen blacksmith
shop, lately purchased by Frank Adama,
is being remodeled this week by F. E.
Davis and Stark Inghram. Back of a
window casing they found moulds for
coining counterfeit dollars. Creston
Henry McCarville, living on the D.
C Kavanangh farm eight miles north of
Columbus and one-half mile west of the
Baas separator station, will have a pub
lic sale of bis household goods and stock
next Friday, March 18. Mr. McCarville
expects to move to this city after leaving
Judge Reeder presented the needs
of the public library to a few business
men in his rounds about town a few days
ago, and aa a result $200 has been put at
the disposal of the library board for the
purchase of new books. A list ia already
being prepared and the books will be
The art department of the Woman's
dub will meet with Mm. F. H.-Geer
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
program will be aa follows: "The Ma
donnas," Miaa Clara Jaeobaoa; "Biogra
phy of Raphael," Wm Emily Barer.
The departaasBt will eontinae ite work
ia basket weaving and bead work.
A hot match gams at bowling ten
ptna ia advertised to take place at the
Hsgel alleys in this city tonight (Tues
day) between Columbaa and Albiua
each having woa a game at the
evenly matched and an
ia expected in this contest for supremacy.
The Central City Noaparefl. states
that B. J. flilsahsak who has bean man
ager of a lumbar yard ia that city, has
parehaaad a yard at Franklin, Nebraaka,
and will move to his new home in ApriL
Mr. miaabeck was formerly aaaariatead
aatof aaaoola ia Platte Center aad hm
wife ia a daughter ot Wbl Rloedora of
ehatca by Gaarga
Eadeaver saaiaty of the
Mrs. J. G. Engal scd two of her
ehfldreB living near Clarke, visited their
a rlsaahrir of Mrs. Efiaabath Era, The
Fa gal family are wallaaaad with their
them mbeingwell unarDvad and inareaa-
The Graver faaafly
who formerly lived near
isuT to a farm four mike
today at $45 1
Cramptoa the Eagfish
attended by aa
A wreck on the Union Padfe at a
Clarka flaaimj mmaian. did f
and delayed traaac
several hoars. Aa extra atrack the rear
and of a freight train aa it waa pulling in
to dear at the aiding, throwing asvaatssa
ears off the track aad tearing ap the
mile for a long distance),
The auwrisgelioaaaaa maaad deriag
the past weak by Jadga amttormaa ware
to the following partial: Robert G.
Strother of Monroe and Mam Mary F.
Powers of Council Bluffs, Iowa; Henry
G. Laeeehen aad Rosa BL Grotlaechea,
both of Colambaa, and Wilford A. Coffey
aad Anna Durham, both of Monroe.
The democratic city convention has
been called toawet in the council cham
ber Saturday, March 19, for the purpose
ot placing in nomination caadidatea for
the offices of auyor, dty dark, dty engi
neer, rity treasurer, police judge, mem
bers of the council and members of the
achool board. Augaet Dietricha is chair
man aad Edgar Howard secretary.
M. RothMtner has sold his resi
deuee north of the Third ward achool,
aad aaoved hia family last week to the
Stargeon residence east of the same
sehooL Walter Scott purchased the
Rothleitner reaidenee bat baa not yet
decided whea be will occupy the place.
Mm. Stargaoa baa stored four miles
north of town, where her son Henry will
take charge of the Kipple farm.
A red-hot banana war ia raging be
tween two Fremont dealers and the
Tribune ia authority for the statement
teat one firm make a price of 15 cents a
dozen, which was followed by a compet
itor who cut it to 10 cents, where the
price stayed. Customers have carried
away the fruit in great quantities and
probably a half carload has been disposed
of since the merry war commenced.
The fire department was called out
about 6 o'clock Friday afternoon to a
fire which started in a pile of telephone
poles belonging to the Nebraaka Tele
phone Co. between the B. k M. and U.
r. tracza east ot Washington avenue.
The blaze waa soon extinguished but
about a hundred poles said to be worth
$10 each are unfit for use to the compa
ny. The origin of the fire is unknown.
The New Orleans Grand Colored
Concert company appeared in the opera
house yesterday evening under the aus
pices of the Epworth League. The pro
gram rendered was excellent and each
part deserves special mention. It is
clean, elevating and inspiring in tone
and would not be questioned in appear
ing anywhere. Chas. H. Hawn, pastor
M E. church, Lohrville, Iowa. At North
opera house Wednesday, March 23.
R G. Strother of Monroe, editor of
the Republican of that town, and also
postmaster of the village, was married
last Tuesday in this dty to Miss Mary F.
Powers of Council Bluffs, the ceremony
being performed at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Mateon, living in the west
part of the dty. Rev. MacGovern of the
Moaroe .Episcopal church officiating.
The couple have the hearty coogratula
tiona and very best wishes of their many
You cannot keep well posted upon
the Russian-Japan war withoat a good
atlas. ThxJoitoui. gives, for only $3.40,
one year's subscription to Thx Jourxal
and an' atlas which if bought at a book
store would cost you $12, This book not
only contains large maps and charts of
all countries in the world, but gives the
population, according to the last census
of every postoffice in the United States.
Call and ask to see it, even if you do not
intend subscribing for the paper.
S. Richards of North Platte is put
ting in a stock of general merchandise in
the Gottschalk building on Eleventh
street, and expects to be ready for open
ing day Friday of this week. Mr. Rich
arda will not spend all of hia time in
Columbus, as he has a store also in North
Platte where his family reside, but his
father-in-law, L. London, who has been
a resident of Columbus for some time
and who has an interest in the business,
will take charge of the store here. ,
W. L. Eaaton returned Wednesdsy
from South Dakota where he has made
filing on a 160-acre homestead. He went
to Pierre aad from there drove south to
Preebo near where he baa selected his
land which he considers to be excellent;
he brought home samplea of grain raised
in the neighborhood which show that
splendid cropa can be produced there.
Mr. Eaaton expects to make another trip
to his farm the latter part of the month
when several parties from this neighbor
hood will accompany him.
The wrestling contest which was held
in Orpheus opera hoase last Thursday
evening between John J. fiblden of
Omaha and Peter Rooney of Chicago
resulted three to one in favor of the
Omaha man. The sua were well match
ad aad ware oa the mat over aa boar.
Roooey was victoriooe in the first down
bat did not seem able to hold out.
m referee aad the
eriag the reputation and dean charac
ters of the eoatesteate there waa a very
- Xtpiamaaa City
The republican "electora of the dty of
Galambaa'am hereby invited Vrmtrtja
maaa eoaveatiea ia the coandf chamber
at 8 o'clock p. aC Saturday Marea?19.
1934. for te purpWof pladag ia nana-
aoa eaadaaalas for the office of
mayor, dty aierk, city engineer, aty
treasurer, police judge, members of the
board of education and members of the
dty coaadL By order of the dty
E. H. CaAwnzne, Chairman
David M. Nnwaua, Sec'y.
L Giack, who returned Friday from
Omaha where he served oa the federal
jury the past tour weeks, telk an inter
eating iaeideat which occurred among
the jurymen. A vote waa taken one day
giving their preference for the next pres
ident, and in the first ballot all twelve
voted for Roosevelt. A vote was then
taken giving the political party of each
juryman, which resulted as follows:
Nina republics as, two democrats and
one prohibition iet.
We have a large assort
ment of Garden Seeds
that will grow. In bulk
and in packages
Nannie McMahon ie in receipt
of a letter from Mias Clara Delsman of
Hillsboro, Oregon, telling of the death of
her father, J. B. Delsman, a former prom
inent business man of this dty, on Janu
ary 27. The Delsman family left Colum
bus for the west over eight years ago.
Miaa Clara states in her letter that her
father's illness dates back to the 10th of
December, 1902, when he suffered from a
very severe attack of pneumonia from
which he never fully recovered. He waa
bedfast for about four months.
The fire department is making pre
parations for its big mask ball to be
given April -ft. A costumer will be here
the day of the ball to furnish costumes
to all who desire to rent them. The
proceeds will be turned over to the com
mittee in charge of the entertainment of
the state firemen's association which will
meet in this city January next. Solici
tors will canvass the town in a few days,
selling tickets for the big event and they
will no doubt meet the hearty support of
all citizens who owe the fire boys many
Frank Baker was arrested Saturday
charged by S. A. Grant, a traveling pic
tare dealer, with embezzlement to the
amount of about $17. The case will
come up before Judge Curtis this Wed
nesday morning. It seems that Baker
was employed by Grant who went about
the country taking orders for enlarged
pictures and taking his pay in poultry,
which he sold to the chicken dealers.
Baker took the fowls thus bought to E.
F. Tounkin and received pay to the
amount of about $17, which he claimed
Grant owed him.
-OUR STOCK OF-
iuncra, tetey, ulnut, Eim
We have just received a carload of
fine Colorado Potatoes for table use.
Henry Rogatz S Co.
I 13th Street,
Columbus, Nebr. i
We wish to announce to the people of
Columbus and vicinity that our new line' of
Spring and Summer Ores GfJ has just
arrived and we are now showing one of the
largest, most complete and best selected lines
l . . . Summer Wash Dress Goods . . . i
in the city, in ali the latest novelties, consisting ot Demities, Persian
Lawn, Mull Reverie Stripes. Voile Conle, Fauna Batiste, Mercerized
Campanula, Cloth and Mercerized Ursula Lace Novelties. Also a
complete new line ot" French and Scotch Ginghams, Madris Cloths,
Chambreys and Percales in all the late patterns and colors.
"Ole Olson, honest, good natuted,
whole hearted and simple, but true and
chivalrous as a Bayard, has long retained
a firm grasp on the affections of theatre
goers and has survived enough years of
continuous presentation to warrant the
placing of this delightful character crea
tion in the same category which holds
"Bip Van Winkle," "Uncle Josh Whit
comb, and others of that popular class.
The play is a happy blending of humor
and pathos, and a truthful delineation of
the development of the untutored Swe
dish immigrant boy into an honest and
respected American citizen. It will be
played here al the North opera house
Thursday evening, March 17, by an ex
cellent company and a thoroughly enjoy
able performance is assured.
elected captain of Company K, X. N. C
Thnrsday eveaiag, to take the place of
Lee Bolhna who raajaaml that aa
era! weeks ago. Mr. Wagner had
opposition for the position. The i
captain has had
ia aulitary drill, aa ha served ia the
lardaraarviaaotthaanrjrin the FaO
ippiass with the Fret Nahraaka regieiMit
aad wfll aa daaht make a good leader
fer the hoys here. Before sjaexperieace
bar of the horns adlitia company.
Last Friday the eoatrnet waa let to
Chatka Wnrdwsa toe the baUding of a
Ixiek additiba to the Cathoiie school, to
be erected at a east of SjSjOOOl The new
will adjoia the east of the
t bafldiac ertaadina: X feat ia
Ktaaa and wfll be 42 fast lone:
haa the eoatraet for doiag
iataroviac aa the aresaat baildiag;
atorisa aad a bsseaiaat. The
i TTsi liana
Caroline, wife of Rev. D. T. Olcott.
died Friday morning at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. L BL Britell. Mrs. Olcott
had been suffering for several months
from .complication of diseases, and for
several days before her death, friends
gave np all hope of her recovery. The
deceased was born at Avon, Livingston
county, New York, July 11, 1831. She
was married to Bev. Olcott September
28, 1865, and to them waa born one child,
Mrs. L BL Britell of this city. Twenty
eight years of her married life she spent
as the wife of a preacher and the past
eleven years she and her husband have
made their home with their daughter,
Bev. Olcott having retired from the
ministry at that time. They lived in
various towns in Wisconsin, and the fol
lowing places in Nebraska, where Bev.
Olcott was pastor of Methodist churches:
Atkinson, Creighton, Plainview and St.
Edward. At the last named town they
resided for four years. Mrs. Olcott was
a woman of unusual modest disposition,
gentle and kind. She waa one who loved
her home and the absence of her pres
ence from it will be a great loss to her
aged husband whom-she haa left behind.
Funeral services were held Saturday
afternoon at the home of Prof. Britell,
after which the remains were taken to
St. Edward for burial, services being
held in that town Sunday afternoon in
the Methodist church, Bev. Millard
going; from here to conduct the service.
A NEW LINE OF-
Call at. Iisftct These New Geefe art 6et Ow Prices.
Men's and Boys'
did assortment to sellect from,
peta. Mattings. Art Squares,
Spring and Summer Cloth
ing just arrived. A splen-
We carry a complete line of Car
Lace Curtains, Window Shades
AGENT FOR STANDARD PATTERNS.
J. H. Galley,
505 Eleventh St.
Felix Hammerquist was struck and
instantly killed as the Olive street cross
ing; by the engine hauling train No. 1 as
it waa nearing the depot here Sanday
abpat 12:10 p. m. Mr. Hammerqaist had
lefVjoaea' bakery for the Lindell hotel,
where he waa a boarder, and waa aeen to
cross the tracka south of the depot and
then turn about and walk west between
the aiain line and sidetracks. Someone
called to hint and aa he glanced around
the engine of No. 1, west bound, struck
him on the left side of the head, throw
ing him against an engine of an east
bonndV double-header freight, which was
bacafag down to meet its train from the
North street hydrant, on the side track.
This eagine dragged him about thirty
feet thea threw him aader the wheela
and severed his left arm. Felix Ham
merqaist waa a yoang .man 24 years of
age and a Swede by birth. He came to
America about one year and a half ago
locating in Colorado, leaving there aboat
four months sgo when ha came to Co
lumbua to work in the tailor shop of C
A. Iinetram. He haa one brother in
Peaneyhraaia and a brother and uncle in
Fort Collina, Colorado. Coroner Metz
aetinad of the. accident and drove
Humphrey to this place
and held aa inqaeet Sunday evening:
These oa the jary were Ionia Lsehnit,
L.F. Phillippm, Ed. Roaster, F. A. Hagel,
L. Plata and'M. Mersey. The verdiet
waa that death waa eaased by accident
fer which ao oaa ia held responsible.
No word haa yet beea reeatved from the
Tou are Respectfully Invited to look over
Our New Spring Goods.
OUR CLOTHING is made up in the best
of workmanship, latest styles, perfect
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you real bargains. : We keep everything
that's good in the GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS line in great variety.
We call jour attention to our complete line ot"
They are especially made for u of the bet
material by the foremost manufacturer of the
country and we sell them no higher than
inferior shoes are sold for. :::::::
We Repair Shoes Neatly aid PrtBptl?
411 Eleventh St., Columbus, Nebr.
j We Lead, Others Follow! j
In Painting and Decorating, we are prepared to
give our patrons the best. Have the very latest
and most stylish in Wall Paper Decoratiois
and an "up-to-date" decorator in charge of this
department. AH work guaranteed and prices
right. Ja?See us for estimate
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