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LfaK'S WARE is the bet that is made, and every pitce warranted.
THE ENAMELED WARE is made of seamless steel, with four
coats of enamel.
TH E TINWARE is of the heaviest grade, having two coats of tin,
and is warranted not to rusl.
THE XICKELEDWARE is made
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The CEDARBAXK STOCK FARM of Fl'LLERTON. Neb., and H. C.
McGATH of CLARKS, Neb., WILL HOLD A PUBLIC SALE of
75 Registered Poland China Hogs,
ROTH BOARS AND SOWS,
At COLUMBUS, NEB.,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1904.
This will be one of the BIG EVENTS OF THE SALE SEASON. The
offering will consist of the carefully selected tops from the two herds. No
better individuals will go into the ring this year. They are all of the big
boned, mellow-feeding type, with size and finish. Coiuo and see them.
THEY GO AT YOUR PRICE !
Sale Held in Big Tent, Rain or Shine.
3F CATALOGUE, giving tabulated breeding and full dt-wription and
particulars, ready SEPT. loth. Send for one to
THOS. F. MILLER.
Col. T. C. Callahan, H. C. McGATH.
Omaha. Auctioneer. Clarks. Neb.
Hexl Week's Soecials ! !
6 lbs. Clean Broken Rice, 20c
4 lbs. Fancy Jap Rice, n:i tl asti-rcian- 25 C
4 cans 2-lb. Choice Tomatoes, 25 C
2 P'k gs Dr. Price's Breakfast Food rt -and
1 P'k'g FREE, . 25 C
Home-made Jams, assorted, glass -
can, per quart, 1 " C
Gallon Pie Green Gage Plums, gal., 2 5 C
Gallon Pie Grapes, per gal., . 25 C
3-for-a-Quarter Toilet Soap, per cake, 5Cr
Big Four Toilet Soap, 4 bars lor 1 0 C
ANOTHER CAR OF
Made from Old Wheat -Tie Flonr That Makes
Better Bread and More Loaves to the Sack!
We have just placed on sale and display in
our Hardware Dept. a very large line ot the
fudraple Gtaiei taptrtei
Stransky - Steel - Ware!
We do not know of another enameled or
granite ware equal to the Stf Msfiy for farafcil-
Hy r fiMs&v
It will outlast any other granite or en
ameled ware 2 to 1 and every piece is fully
.The enameling is of a handsome and at
tractive mottled blue on the outside and a
pure white on the inside.
We have it in all kinds and sizes of uten
sils. We ask you to step in and see display.
For This Week ;
Discount will !
LisR's Ware! :
of 14 oz. copper and heavily nick-
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columns are charged at the rate of 10
cent a lineemch Lottie. Heavy face type
Dr. Paul, dentist.
Dr. Yallier. Osteopath, Barber block.
Prof. Siiw, teacher music, Barber bldg.
Dr. M. T. McMahon, dentist, over
School begins September .rth. Get
yonr supplies at von Bergen's. 21 2
Miss Nellie Matthews returned last
Fridar from a ten days visit) Clarks.
Miss Lillian DeForest of Schnvler
is vuiring friends in the city this
Do not fail to see onr 8-foot galvan
ized steel mill for $12.00. A. Dussell 4
Miss Myrtle Parker went to Genoa
Monday where she will visit nntil
Ladies skirts and snits cleaned and
pressed at Palmer's. Over Commer
cial National Bank. tf-
Go to G. R. Preib for painting and
paper hanging. First door norh of
Pollock's drag store. tf
Miss Mamie Hudson of Silver Creek
and Miss McCnlley of Fnllerton visit
ed Saturday with Miss Stella Kummer.
Mrs. E- H. Chambers and Mrs C. D.
Evans and children returned last
Thursday from Wenatchee, Washing
Miss Minnie Braun of Humphrey
was in Columbus Friday and Saturday
taking examinations tor third grade
Miss Lida Sturgaon, who has been
employed at North Platte the past
several months, arrived home for a
Cleaning, repairing and dveinc of
ladies and Gentlemen's clothing at
R. S. PalmerV Over Commercial
National Bank. tf.
Mrs. Kj. S. Raney went to Lincoln
last Thursday, accompanying Mrs. C.
J. Burkett and daughter, who have
heen visiting here.
Mr. and Mrs E. H. Chambers and
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Robinson left yes
terday for Hayward, Wisconsin where
they go for a two weeks outing.
Mrs. H. H. Millard returned home
last Thursdav from Fremont where
she attended the convention of the
Woman's Home Missionary society.
THERE 13 A BIG PIANO SALE
GOING ON IN TOWN. LOuK AT
THE BOSH AND GERTS PIANO
AT THF OLD PALACE CAFE
Miss Johnson of Omaha and Miss
Lindqaist of Chicago were the guests
of Miss Margaret Nauman during part
of their stay in the city. They left
for their homes Saturday.
Mrs. Albert King entertained twelve
ladies at a six o'clock tea last Thnrs
dav. Flinch was the amusement. The
party was in dedication of Mrs. King's
new home on sixteenth street.
M. L. Rossiter. the Silver Creek:
banker, was in Columbus Saturday ic
consultation with E. C. Fitzsimmons
of Lindsay and his attorneys in regard
to pome former cattle deals at Lind
say. For the latest and best in art photo
graphy call at McAllister's studio. We
do the latest in sepia and platinum
effects. We have the aristocrat and all
the new designs in mouldings. Up stairs.
Olive street. tf
Z The seven-year-old son of Dan
Thayer, living nortbeasc of Oconee.
was kicked in the face by a horse last
Tuesday and suffered some very severe
cuts. Dr. Voss was compelled to take
eight stitches in the lad's face.
ATTENTION SMOKERS ' Try the
Non-Nicotine Cigars. Its equal un
known. No tobacco heart. Does
not affect tne nerves. A pleasant and
jnl20-.1t CHARLES H. DACK.
Becher, Hockenberger and Cham
bers sold the 200-acre farm of A.(
Grella near Platte Center last Satur
day to Wm. Loseke. The consider
ation was $12,500 It doesn't lok
much as if Platte county land is de
preciating. Mrs. Elizabeth Bell of Norfolk vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Condon here
last week, leaving last Friday for
Benton where she will visit relative?.
Mrs. Bell is over eighty-oce years old
but she is still strong and active both
in body and intellect. .
Miss Clara Hohl returned to Colum
bus Sunday from Chapell where she
has been teaching in the county
reachers institute. She will visit
here a few days before returning to
Albion to teach primary work in the
Boone county teachers- institute.
SELL OUT and locate over here in
Polk county where you can raise
winter wheat to perfection. Price of
land comparatively low yet, but con
stantly going up. Get a move on you
and call on us or write for bargains.
King & Bittner, Agents, Osceola, Neb.
S. A. Mahood. the Argus representa
tive, was driving a horse hiredfrom
J. L. Brunken on the roai east of St.
Edward one day last week, when the
horse became sick and died in a short
time. Mr. Brunken had paid $100 for
the animal about four months ago.
He went to St. Edward Friday to view
the remains, and decided that the de
ceased, met his ead on account of an
over indulgence is the consumption of
alfalfa hay. a circumstance for which
Mr. Mauood was in bo way responsi
ble. Gus Becher informs us just as we
go to press that Ed Chambers and
Homer Robinson expressed 1500 frogj
to Hayward. Wiaco in the day before
they left for that place. We have not
yet learned whether this is the initi
atory step in a scheme to coraer the
froe market, or whether we shall soon,
read ia the dailies of the stocking of
a frog farm whereia"two Nebraska
At all areata, the Journal will vouch
for the quality of Platte ooaaty frogs.
aad will gamble that Ed
Dr. NanstasB. deal
clan. Columbus, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hardy
in David City Saturday.
The Methodist Sabbath school
holding their annaal picnic today.
Win Fullmer, a member of the
Schuyler base hall team, was ia town
Drs. Mortyn, Evans, Geer, Hansen &
Martyc Jr., office three doors north of
Misses Velma and Clara Covert weat
to Fnllerton last Thursday for a visit
of several weeks.
Mrs. A. M. Covert is now with the
dry goods department of Gray's, be
ginning last Monday.
Mrs. Brockman and Mrs. Cassey of
Omaha are visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Hanry Gass, sr.
Miss Carrie McMullen returned Sat
urday from a week's visit with the
families of C. L. and Peter Wenburg
Misses Clara Segelke, Let itiaSpeice.
Lillian Adams and Eloise Roen are
guests of Miss Nellie Evans in camp
an David City.
T. Friedhof and son are expected
home the last of the week from Chic
ago where Mr. Friedhof has been or
dering his fall goods.
Mrs. J. B. Gietzen will give a tea
party this afternoon in honor of
Mrs. C. J. Dale of Omaha who is vis
iting Mrs. F. H.Rusche.
Mrs. Anderson of Nebraska City.
who has been visiting at August
Swanson's, left for her home Monday,
Lillie Swanson returning with her.
P. A. Barrows, the news editor of
the Albion News, was in Columbus
yesterday on his way home from the
national guard encampment at David
Attorney F. M. Cookineham of
Humphrey, and Messrs. E. C. Fitz
simmons, Joseph Dueey and Dr. Walk
er of Lindsay were Columbus visitors
For fine cakes that will not "fall"
when the cat walks across the kitchen
Hoor. there is just one tionr to use, and
that is WAV UP, made by Columbus
Miss Rose Kipple left last Thursday
for a two weeks visit at Carrolton,
Mo., with her sister, Mrs. W. W.
Ogden and will probably visit the St.
Louis exposition before returning.
E. W. Sanders, head cook at the
Home Restaurant, received a telegram
yesteray saying that his father was
dying at hm home in Rushville. He
left immediately for the bedside of
Mrs. W. K. Lay returned Thursday
from the Lincoln hospital where she
has been under treatment of special
ists for some weeks. She is improved
in health and hopes are entertained of
her complete recovery.
Call at McAllister's studio aud see our
samples. We have something fine in
enlarged portrait work in sepia, water-
color and pastels.
we guarantee our
work and give you
fine portrait at
If you need a high
few feed sows read the
of Poland China Hogs
class boar or a
at auction at
Columbus, October 19. Attend the
sale, buy at your own price. There
are no better hogs in the state than
these here offered.
F. T. Walker returned from the
Republican Valley last Friday with
a party of three to whom he sola
S00 acres of Republican Valley
land Another Republican Valley ex
cursion will leave Columbus over the
Burlington, Tuesday morning, Sep
tember Gth. F. T. Walker, Manager.
About twentv friends attended a
pleasant little party given bv Miss
Margaret Naumann Thursday after
noon and evening in compliment to
Miss John?on of Omaha and Miss
Liudquist of Chicago. A two-course
luncheon was served and the rest of
the evening was devoted to progres
sive llinch and music.
The band boys were entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gass, jr. last
Thursday evening. The time was
passed iu talking over old times. A
midnight lunch was served, and the
good time lasted until the small hours
of the morning. The boys voted Mr.
and Mrs. Gass a great success in their
first public entertainment.
E . Weaver, who made use of a knife
in a street conflict with Otto Knmpf
last week, appeared before Justice
Curtis Saturday morning and waived
preliminary examination. He was
bound over to the district court on a
charge of assault with intent to wound.
This offence is punishable by peniten
tiary imprisonment. Weaver's attor
ney is J. M. Gondring.
Thos. F. Miller of Cedarbank Stock
Farm. Fnllerton. Neb., was in the
citv Thursday arranging for the big
Poland China Hog sale that his farm
in connection with H. C. McGath of
Clarks. Neb., will hold at Columbus
October 19. 1904. Mr. Miller informs
us that ic is their purpose to hold one
or two sale annually at this point.
These ere two of the oldest herds in
the state and will send here for the
October sale, the cream of the season
crop. Their ad appears in this issue
and we will keep readers posted from
time to time in resard to this event.
The fisherman who loves his voca
tion never is discouraged at hard lock
but fishes on till at last his patieace
is rewarded. Judge Hensley.
Henry Luhker, George Fairchild aad
George Turner have never beea ac
cused of belonging to that class of fish
ermen who are quitters aad their
friends will be glad to learn that
the night vigils of these faithfuls
have at last been highly reward
ed. They had to sleep ia a haystack
all night Saturday aicht ia order to
get their nerves ia the right coaditioa
to do the work bat they .came home
Sunday night with the scalps of more
than sitxy-Jiae pike aad catfish.
The stories of these geatlemea vary
somewhat as to the size af the fish
aad as to who caaght the moat bat tha
all swear that tha aamhst iiam
sixty. Thus an the saithral
Dr. Gietzee. dentist.
See the Aaadlteriasa Xaic Co. aa-
af David City is
Dr. CaaswH. Flats, hrmsspsthir phy
siaaa aad nuns, saatesasa haBdiasr.
Miss Paart Msthle joha af Omaha is
viaitiac as the heme of B. H. Jeakia.
The Mimas flalligaa aad Barrows of
Tiiansay ware ia Colambas last Satur
day. Master Victor Kraase of Albioa is
viaitiac his aunt, Miss Bertha Krause
Bargains in slates, tablets, pencils,
elc, at von Bergen's. Get your supplies
early and be ready for school. 21-2
THE JOURNAL FREE WALL
MAPS WILL NOT LAST LONG.
YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY.
Try the Noa-Nicotine Cigar. The
Smoker's Friend. Only 5c
jal20-ot CHARLES H. DACE.
Johnnie Clark of Colambas, the Co
lambas boy of chess fame, visited his
cousin, Louis Lightner, over Suaday.
Miss Alice Lath went to Ord last
Friday where she will be one of the
instructors in the county institute for
Attorney R. F. Williams and Dr.
G. A. Ireland of St. Edward were in
Columbus last Thursday on their way
to Portland, Oregon.
Mrs. Milt Speice and children re
turned yesterday to their home in
Kingfisher OkL after a visit of sev
eral weeks with relatives here. -
Her. Leedom of Silver Creek was a
Columbus visitor last Thursday. Rev.
Leedom was pastor of the Methodist
church here a good many years ago.
Misses Emma Wenburg passed
through Columbus Monday on her
way to Fnllerton from Red Oak, Iowa
where she has been visiting her par
ents. Miss Anna Berger, who has been
visiting at the home of her father, A.
Berger, west of Columbus for a week
returned to Fairbury where she has
a position as clerk, last Monday.
Try the Non-Nicotine. A scientific
production of Cigars. Sold under the
United States and the English patents.
Try one of them.
jul20-ot CHARLES H. DACK.
Master Glen Frickie entertained
fourteen of his young friends Friday
afternoon from 4 to 7 in honor of his
fifth birthday. Games were indulged
in and the little folks had a jolly
Ed Jenkins drove to Madison last
Monday to look after his 500 acre
ranch. His neighbors have taken the
contract to consume all the tomatoes
from his "fifty to the vine" patch as
fast as they ripen during his absence.
The nutritious part of wheat lies next
to the bran. GOLD DUST flour is
made by a process that retains this part.
Use it once and you will have no other
for plain strengthproducing bread.
Columbus Rolleb Mills.
George Swartsley, who has been in
the grocery department of Gray's,
has secured a position with the
National Biscuit Co. in Chicago.
After two months work in the Chicago
house, he will go on the road for that
Nineteen Platte county teachers
took the county teachers' examination
at the office of Snpt. Leavy last Fri
day, Saturday and Monday. Several
of this nnmber took onlv the examin
ation in agriculture which they had
neglected to take during the institute
Charles M. Tavlor and John R.
Lutjeluschen filed a suit in district
court on August 20 against H. S.
Kinnan, alleging the wrongful deten
tion of three head of bulls and eight
head of cdws and heifers. The plain -tiff's
say that they bought the said
cattle but that the defendant refuses
to turn them over to them. They val
ue the cattle at I3SS0 and ask the court
to have the cattle returned or to have
their value paid over.
Carle T. McKinnie writes that he
has filed on a quarter of good land
about eighteen miles from BonesteeL
He is living on it in a tent nntil he
can get his well bored and other im
provements made. His brother Bert,
who is with him, will return to Co
lumbus in about ten days for a few
days visit before returning to St.
Louis to enter tha natioaai golf con
tests. Feeding hogs 'on a Rosebud
homestead may not prove as exciting
as acting aa secretary 'or the Citizens
Alliance of Colorado bat it may turn
out to be more pleasant and more
Last Friday evening Misses Ger
trude and Hedwig Jaeggi entertained
seventy guest? in honor of Miss
Marguerite Miller of Yutan, at a lawn
party. The lawn was illuminated
with lanterns hung on wires. The
amusement was a cake walk partici
pated in by the guests, each being
provided with a cane decorated in rsd,
white and bine. Jack Early and Ted
Saffron were leaders and Misses Emma
Neumarker, Ange Early and Anna
Gass judges. The prize, a big water
melon, was won by Jack Early and
Miss Dorothy Post. Ice cream, cake
and punch were served on the lawn.
Out of town guests were Misses
Marguerite Miller of Yutan, Martha
Smith of Shell Creek and Isabelle
Cook of Schuyler.
The fire alarm sounded at one o'
clock yesterday af ternooa and the
boys made a run to the south part nf
town to fifth and Lewis street where
an old shed containing new alfalfa
hay beloaging to Mrs. Anna Mitera,
a Polish woman, had caaght fire.
The shed was packed so full of hay
that it was impossible to get at the
fire without tearing down the shed.
This was doae ia order to save not
only tha hay bat to keep the fire from
spreadiag to a larger barn Bear by.
The fire was started either from oom
baatioB or from sparks from tha pipes
of soma boys who wen smnliBn aear
the shad at tha time the fin started
The loss was slight hat it kept tha
hoys basy for several hoars to make
aay imprssmua oa tha fire awing to
the dxfficalty af gartiag water to
Jm. Kkria ai Lais
Massiy Pbodccttox OF
Hi Stasai's firuttst Sacctss
A THRILLING STORY OF
Presented by a company of uniform
excellence mounted with a scenic equip
ment of rare magnificence and beauty.
Miss Hedwig Jaeggi visited in Mad
ison last week.
Wanted, at once A furnished
house. W. W. Waters
Miss Tapkia Aden is the guest of
her cousin. Miss Anna Sturgeon.
Mrs. C. J. Mann of Albion was the
guest of Mrs. F. H. Abbott yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kaufman were
visitors in Staplehcrst the first of the
The Methodist Sunday school are
out on a picnic today at Stevens
WANTED To buy a male St. Ber
nard pup. Adress Sydney Eastman,
Creston, Nebr. tf
Next Friday the Epworth League
will have a basket social at Al Butler's
place northeast of town.
There were no services at the Pres
byterian chnrcb. Regular services
will be held next Sunday, morning
Louis McMullen has accepted a po
sition as bell boy at the Perkins hotel
at David City and left for that city
Misses Isabelle Cook of Schuylor
and Marguerite Miller of Yntan. who
have been visiting the Misses Jaeggi,
returned home Saturday.
Capt. Ed Jenkins and M. G. Perkins
went a-fishing Saturday. They re
port a catch of six fishes species not
given; size reported but unreliable.
Invitations have been issued for an
At Home, next Friday at 3 p.m. by
Mesdames W. A. McAllistej, G. O.
Burns and M. Rotbleitcer, at the
home of Mrs. McAllister.
Twelve subscriptions to the Journal
were handed to one rural mail carrier
last week. They are coming in from
all over the county. They all got a
13.00 three-page wall chart free.
Sergius Stepniak, the famous nihil
ist political propagandist and refugee,
who several years ago toured this coun
try as a lecturer, supplemented on the
platform many of the harrowing de
tails of the story told in famous books.
"Underground Russia." Through the
efforts of Stepniak and others of his
sort, the dramatic quality in the life
of the Russians has become pretty
well known to people of the western
hemisphere, and there have been two or
three dramatists that have been able
to profit by the face A widely success
ful Russo-Siberian play was "Michael
Storogoff". Now there is a new one
and it is coming this way. "FOR
HER SAKE" is the title of the latest
of the plays having to do with Russian
life, with the moving sorrows of serf
dom and the harrowing experiences of
life in the Siberian convict mines.
"FOR HER SAKE" is credited with
possessing an element which its prede
cessors lacked and which doubtless
more than anything else has contribut
ed to its phenomenal success with
theater goers. It has the comedy ele
ment clearly and consistently ingrained
in its plot, and it is said to be a high
class of comedy. The piav will be
seen at North's opera house, Monday
night, August 29.
ST. LOUIS AND RETURN.
On Tneaday and Thursday. Aug. 9, 11,
16, 18, 23, 25 and 30, the Union Pacific
will run special Coach Excursions from
Columbus, to St. Louis and return at
the low rate of 311..7). Tickets will
hav final return limits of seven days
good only in day coaches on any train,
regular or special. Illustrated guide to
Fair free on application.
Inquire of W. H. Benham. Agent.
Birds-Eye View of the t'olnni
An attractive topographical map, in
colors, giving a comprehensive idea of the
country on and tributary to the Colum
bia River. This map is in folder form,
on the reverse side contains an interest
ing description of the Columbia River
route. Copies sent free by E. L. LO
MAX. G. P. & T. A.. U. P. R. R. CO.,
Omaha, Nebr., on receipt of four cents
W0ELD S FAIR.
The Union Pacific in cocection with
the Wabash Line now runs through
Electric Lighted Sleepers to St, Louis
and return. Passengers are landed at
main entrance of Exposition at a conven
ient bonr in the morning, thus saving
time and expense on arrival at St. Louis,
and avoiding the great crowds at the big
Union Station. Many hours quicker
than any other route. No change of cars
Illustrated guide to the Fair free on
application to W. H. Eeshasv.
One fare plus S2 for the round trip to
a great many points in Ohio, Indiana
and Kentucky. Tickets on sale Septem
ber 6, 13, 20, 27 and October U. Final
limit thirty days. Sea me for full psr
ticalara or write to L. W. Wakawy, Gea-
Henry Rapta & Co.
Everything; in the
will make it right or GIVK BACK
TOUR MONEY. Our inTarisable aiai
is to please every customer and we
will not allow any customer, large
or small, to be dissatisfied with the
service we give. PROMPT DELI
VERY is one thing on which we
pride ourselves. COURTEOUS and
FAIR TREATMENT is another.
Here is some special stock:
PURE CIDER VINEGAR
PURE PICKLING VINEGAR
We have every kind ot Fresh Fruit
and Vegetable in their season, and in
CANNED GOODS the VERT BEST.
Are yoa patting up Fruit?
Get ycur FRUIT JARS here.
I Lool at qui line of
$ Cleanest, Biggest, Prompt
est Store in Columbus.
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Colaaibos State Raak
A. M. POST
Attorney : at : Law
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Physician and Surgsen.
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Skorapa & Vdiasek
Wlnes, Llquers. Cigars
We are selling as good'
goods as anybody ia town.
If yoa doabt oar word, drop
in and bo shown.
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Lamps and $a$$Wtfe. 1
The choosing o! cor
rect summer wearing
apparel is not always
an easy matter. Tou
will be considerably
aided in your choice
if you come here and
look at the
for SUMMER WEAR.
Correct in Price, Style
We also carry a com
plete line oi Dry Goods
and Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Carpets,
Lace Curtains, Win
dow Shades, etc. Call
and get our prices.
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l Have Bought
OfS.E. Baker over
National Bock and
to do all Mela of cleaai&jr, repair
ing aad dying of ladtea and ntls
rncn's clothing. I also bava a full
and complete snmple lino of rea
sonable woolens which is opoa for
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