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"Get the Habit"
You will find a Har
vest of bargains up to
the last Hour on these
days because the con
ditions are constant
ly creating new bar
gains. It is important
that you "GET THE
HABIT", It will be
economy for you to
visit our store every
Friday and Saturday.
Next Friday and Saturday
Rugs, Lace Curtains,
ykUR New Stock of FALL and WINTER
IM DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
w SHOES, CLOTHING and CLOAKS
has just arrived. We arc now showing one
of the most complete stocks in Columbus.
When you come in to the Big Rally don't
fail to get our styles and prices.
-v ffryo.- vyr 111" N. "
Men's and Boys' Clothing
tosHIS department is filled with new and
L desirable goods, and our prices are low
" er than ever on good materials well
made. An immense line of Clothing to se
Special Prices This Week
on Our Boys' School Suits
Agents for Standard Patterns Price
10C-15C Call and Get a Fashion Plate
J. H. GALLEY
505 Eleventh St.
Thursday's Daily JuaaL
Dr. Gietzen, dentist.
Alvin E. Fool, violinist 'Phone 65.
The latest in hats at the Royal Mil
linery, finest quality and prices lowest.
Miss Cora Neumeister is oat of
school this week on account of illness.
Dr.Chas.H.Platz, homeopathic phy
sician and surgeon, postoffioe building.
Do not fail to see our 8-foot galvan
ized steel mill for $32.00. A. Dussell k
Drs. Martyn, Evans, Evans & Martyn,
Jr., office three doors north of Fried
hof s store.
GOLD DUST flour, made by the Co
lumbus ROLLER mills has no equal
for staying qualities.
FOR LALE Good platform spring
wagon with canopy top, top almost new.
Inquire at Journal office.
Martin Schilz and Herb Clark went
to Omaha yesterday, to play with the
Broken Bow band of which Prof.
Garlichs is leader.
Friends of Mrs. Rev. Luce who re
cently moved to Omaha will be sorry
to learn that she has been quite ill
since leaving Colnmbns.
Mrs. James Corbett and little daugh
ter Wauneta returned last evening
from a three weeks' visit with rela
tives in Altoona, Illinois.
When in Columbus next week
attending the big "rally", take a
sack of WAY UP flour home with yon.
Made by Columbus ROLLER MILLS.
Dr. and Mrs. Martyn and Helen
Torry left on the afternoon train,
Mrs. Martyn and Helen going on to
st. Loois. Dr. Martyn may decide to
accompany them from Omaha.
Misses Mabel and Ora Beard enter
tained last evening. The time was
passed in playing games and at the
close refreshments were served. About
twenty young people received invita
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
F. T. Walker returned this morning
from Kearney where he sold a section
of land to a Seward county farmer.
Mr. Walker says there were thirty
land buyers on the train with him
going to Kearney.
WEDDED. O. O. Talbot went to
Omaha today, and word has been
passed around among his friends that
he will be married today in that city
to Miss Emma Kromine. It is their
intention to return home about Sun
day. MISSIONARY. Misses Elizabeth
Sheldon and Jennie Weaver are attend
ing the state missionary meeting of
the Congregational church which is
being held in Norfolk this week.
Miss Sheldon is secretary of the Young
Peoples' department and Miss Weaver
is attending as a delegate from the
Columbus society. They will return
home this evening.
DISFIGURED FACE. George Jer
osky a Polish man living six miles
east of town, fell from his wagon
while returning home last night, and
falling upon his face he received some
scalp and face wounds that will leave
scars to remind him of the night. His
nose was almost cut off. He fell from
his wagon near the court house, and
was taken later to the ontce of Martyn
In Justice Curtis' court this morn
ing a decision for the defendant was
rendered in the case of the Lincoln
Drug Co. vs. the Platte county bank.
The plaintiff company sued for $ 112.
?, the amount due for goods sold by
them to Geo. F. Pugh of Platte Cen
ter in 1902. The bank held a mort
gage on the Pugh stock, and the whole
sale house maintained that the bank
is liable fur the goods purchased. Jus
tice Curtis held otherwise and the case
will be appealed.
. Football Player.
The foregoing was clipped
Sunday's State Journal:
"Mentally upset and fancying he was
yet in the Boulder-Nebraska football
game, Charles Richardson, the giant
gunrd startled guests of the fashionable
Adams hotel this evening by rushing
through the corridors yelling as though
in a gridiron fray. Richardson was
soon subdued by tne police and taken
to the emergency hospital. Physicians
say his dementia is temporary and was
probably caused by the altitude.
None of the Nebraska players know
Richardson's home or relatives, al
though he played as a freshman. He is
six feet two and weighs two hundred
As substitute guard he got a chance
to play during the last half yesterday,
and Denver men who saw the game
say if Nebraska had possessed a few
more like him Boulder would not have
been victorious. Many noticed the stal
wart figure and applauded his good
Richardson was a teacher of languages
in the Columbus high school last year
and manager of athletics. His injury
was caused from a blow over bis heart
and a later report pronounces his
Miss Anna Boyd was in Bellwood
The Colombos Fire Department
have announced a dance for Monday
evening, October 31, at Orpheus HalL
Good music will be provided. The
public is invited.
Mist Metta Hensley opened her
school for dancing Saturday evening
in the Armory, with a classof forty
seven yoang people. Hereafter she
will instruct pupils on Friday and
G. T. Everett was in Grand Island
over Sunday. He was there to look
after the connection of the Grand Is
land and Colnmbns Independent tele
phone companies, and says he hopes
to soon have Uses ready to talk be
tween the two cities.
-R. E. Watzke of Richardson county,
the democratic candidate for secretary
of State, is a brother of Mrs. M.
Stonesifier of Ossshs, formerly of Co
lumbus. Mr. Watzke was formerly a
commercial traveler and has many ac
Friday's Daily JemrmaL
Dr. Paul, dentist.
Dr. Yallier, Osteopath, Barber block.
Prof. Sike, teacher music, Barber bldg.
Dr. M. T. McMahon, dentist, over
The latest creations in hats at the
Go to G. R. Preib for painting and
paper hanging. First door norh of
Pollock's drug store. tf
For Sale Cheap. Good chest 6f car
penter tools. Just the thing for fanners.
Inquire of B. D. Ingram, Brunswick Bil
liard Hall. w3t
Call at McAllister's studio and see our
samples. We have something fine in
enlarged portrait work in sepia, water
color and pastels. We guarantee our
work and give you a fine portrait at
reasonable prices. Up stairs, Olive
The funeral of Mrs. Hsnggler which
was held this morning in the Catholic
chnich at 10 o'clock was attended by
a large number of friends of the family.
Father Theabold conducted the mass
and delivered the sermon. The pall
bearers were Messrs. Fred Shober,
M. VogeL John Byrnes, Peter Ternes,
Ed Fitzpatrick and Win. Schilz.
Garrett Hoist has purchasea an in
terest in the real estate, loan and in
surance business of his half-brother,
H. L Latham, of Phoenix, Arizona.
Mr. Hnlst went east to look over the
business field about ten days ago. Mr.
and Mrs. Hulst will leave some time
daring the winter to make their home
Sugar beets are a paying crop at
Cedar Rapids this year, according to
the testimony of E. H. Jenkins, who
returned from that place last night.
Mr. Jenkins brought with him a
sugar beet that weighed seven pounds.
He says that the crop there is averag
ing 15 tons per acre and the beets are
testing high. The sugar factory
guarantees $4.50 iter ton, without
reference to test. $62.30 per acre is
not so bad. Is it strange that Boone
county land, like Platte county land,
sells readily for $75 an acre?
SCHOOL BOARD. A meeting of
the school board members was held
last evening. Superintendent Kern
presented a list of the children of
school age who were found to be not
attending any public or private school
in the district, in violation of the
compulsory attendance law. Upon
motion John Schmocker was unani
mously elected truant officer. Mr.
Schmocker has held this position for
several years. On motion, the com
mittee on schools and teachers was
instructed to confer with Rev. Meis
ler regarding the absence from school
of a number of children who were
members of his confirmation class.
Eighty pupils of school age in Colum
bus were fond to be "truant" accord
ing to the law, which requires the
continuous attendance of all children
between seven and thirteen years, for
six months of each school year, com
mencing at the beginning of the term.
There is a disposition on the part of
the board of education to enforce the
law to the letter.
They will at meet Rev. Miessler this
evening, and will doubtless arrive at
a solution of the question so far as
Rev. Miessler's pupils are conoerned.
The populists, at a meeting in the
court house yesterday afternoon, nom
inated L. R. Latham for county at
torney and John W. Bonder for repre
sentative. Horse Thief Captured.
Clyde Scott, of the firm of Staab &
Scott, has located the man who dis
appeared day before yesterday after
hiring a liverv rig at their barn here.
Mr. Scott tracked the rig to a point
between Leigh and Stanton where he
found his buggy which the traveler
had traded to a farmer for another one.
From there the trail led to Norfolk.
At Norfolk the fugitive had stopped
for repairs on the buggy shaft and was
still there when Scott arrived. He was
at once taken into custody by the
Norfolk authorities and is now held
there. Sheriff Carrig will go to Nor
folk this eveaing after the prisoner.
The following list of new books have
been received at the Columbus Public
Library: Calumet K, Coffee & Re
partee, On Your Mark, Early Cave
Men, So Fat and Mew Mew. The
Story of a Donkey, Trapper Joe. Story
of The Rea Children. Christmas
Carol, Tale of Two Cities, David
Oopperfield, When Wilderness Was
King, The Crossing, Evelyn Bird,
Daughter of Nijo, The Gentle Art of
Making Enemies, Admiral Schley's
Own Story, Old Put, The Tree Dwell
ers, Goody Two Shoes, Little Lame
Prince, Children of the Palm Land:,
Oliver Twist. Son of Light Horse
Harry, Magnetic North, The Graf tew.
Singular Miss Simth, Second Mrs.
James. Land of Little Rain, The Light
ning Conductor, Hester, Song of the
Cardinal, Our Little Tots' Speaker,
Ladder of Swords, Alice and Tom,
Songs of the Trees, Turn of the Road.
The high schools of Columbus and
David City will meet tomorrow. Sat
urday, at 2 :30 p. m., in the Base Ball
park. This will be a hard-fought
game. Our boys will not "go down"
on home ground without a struggle.
The David City team is exceptionally
strong. Come out and cheer the boys
: Following is the line up.
All my farm lands in Platte, Madison,
Nance and Knox counties, Neb., at much
less than prevailing prices. Call at my
office. L GLUCK,Colnmbui),Neb.
stanUy'e Daily JmmrmmL
Parker and Roosevelt caps at Galley's.
The democratic convention for the
nomination of a supervisor was held
this afternoon in the court house and
resulted in the nomination of Louis
Held, the present incumbent.
At the regular meeting of the city
council last night the gas plant ordi
nance waaread the second time ad the
council will meet again next.Taesday
night for the third reading. Routine
business was disposed of, nothing of
importance coming up.
HORSE THIEF. -Sheriff Carrig re
turned today from Norfolk where he
went yesterday for the man who stole
the horse and buggy from the Staab ft
Scott , livery barn on Wednesday.
The fellow appears to be young and
when brought to town was dressed in
The supervisors convention of dis
tricts 6 and 7 met this afternoon in
the council chamber with O. Kramer
as chairman, and D. M. Newman sec
retary. Ora Shannon was nominated
supervisor. L Gluck was elected on
the supervisors committee from the
city of Columbus, Henry Bean from
Columbus township, Chris Meedle for
Butler township and Fred Meedle of
Miss Ethel Elliott entertained yes
terday afternoon in honor of her
cousin Miss Norine Heine of California.
About seventy invitations were issu
ed. High-five was the amusement
game, at which Mrs. Frank Schram
won the prize. In the evening a
number of the neighbor young ladies
and gentlemen were invited, to the
home to play high five, and Miss
Martha Post won the prize of the even
ing. Miss Alma Hasselbalch was a
guest of honor nt the evening gather
ing. FOOT BALL. The foot teams of the
First and Second wards played ball on
the grounds of the First ward yester
day afternoon. The game was an in
teresting one from start to finish.
Prof. Kern was present to umpire the
game, which resulted in a defeat for
tne Second ward of 10 to 5. The boys
representing the First ward were:
Jay Hensley, Melvin B rugger, Stephen
Douglas, Lloyd Coleman, Ernest
Jaeggi, Herman Hoth, Walter Rufen
ach, Walter Vergez, Gussie Fecher,
Walter Hejer and Chancy Hagel. The
boys of the Second ward were : Theo.
Kaufman," Edward Graf, FredLubker,
Clifford Galley, Arthur Easton, Oscar
Hagel, Lester Vath, Carl Wolf, Fred
Schomaker, Carl Rector, Arthur Wil
son. Clifford Galley ana Chancy Hagel
are captains of the Second and First
wards respectively. Harry Young
was time keeper.
G. L. Reed, representing the corre
spondence schools of Scranton, Pa., is
in town today. He enrolled the fol
lowing as students in the civil service
course of his school: George New
hoff, Vic Palmateer, and Tom Lud
wick. Asks for $10,000.
In district court today Mrs. J. D.
Brewer filed suit for $10,000 against
the Pacific Express company for in
jury to her son's character in the
matter of the alleged shortage. J.
J. Sullivan and C. J. Garlow are at
torneys for the plaintiff.
Loup Bridge Again in Order.
Th threshing engine which went
partly through the Loup bridge day
before yesterday was successfully
raised by Louis Schroeder and the
bridge was again in order bv five
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The
engine was raised from above and it
was not found necessary to. build up
Yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock
s stranger in tnis city went to the
livery barn of Scott & Stabb and
secured a horse, saying he would re
turn to the city about six o'clock.
He has not vet made his appearance,
and Sheriff Carrig isjooking him up.
The horse is about nine years old,
sorrel in color, and tho buggy was a
one-seated rig with green running
gears. The man was well dressed,
of dark complexion and wore a black
suit of clothes.
The Columbus high school foot ball
team met the boys from David City
on tho home grounds this afternoon.
At tho time of going to press the first
half is finished and the Bcore stands,
Columbus, 27; David City, 5. The
only score of David City wus a touch
down on a fumble. The David City
team punted and the ball was fum
bled. Eberly of the David City team
got it and ran half the length of the
field for a touch down. At the close
of tho first half Columbus looks an
easy winner. Their team work is
gocd, and the interference looks like
college football. During the first
half Columbus carried the ball nearly
all the distance that was covered,
being forced to punt only once.
Two weeks ago David City won
from Columbus on the David City
grounds by a score of 18 to 0.
Later Final score, Columbus 45;
David City 5.
A Fruitless Hold -Up.
Last night between twelve and one
o'clock Lester Belford, a young man
who had been employed at the opera
house during last night's show, was
walking to his home north of town
when he met two men near the mon
astery. They asked him some ques
tions about directions and when he
had given them the desired informa
tion they asked for a loan of a couple
of dollars. He told them he had no
money Mid remarked that this was a
rather unusual method of negotiating
loans. He was thereupon advised by
the strangers not to get funny, and,
as he reports, they then proceeded to
go through his pockets. He had some
small change in his hip pocket, but
the highwaymen did not find it. After
the search they allowed him to go his
Young Belford says that he can
give no description of the men, ow
ing to the darkness, except that one
was tall and the other short. In the
ooursejof the encounter they explained
that they had been out in the country
in search of work and were at that
time looking for the Union Pacific
depot. The victim admits that he let
the strangers do most of the talking
anddid not trouble them with any
Monday's Daily Jnnud.
L. A. Lachnit and wife are in
Miss Anna Gass returned home from
Miss Hazel Millard has returned
from a visit to Omaha.
Mrs. Will Hagel is the guest of Mrs.
Williams of Monroe today.
E. L Abbott an attornev of Fremont
was a Columbus visitor today.
Mrs. L. Weinburger is visiting her
parents in Lincoln for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rohde returned
today from their visit to St. Louis.
Miss Margaret Murphy went to Lin
coln Sanday and will return this even
ing. Among tho Humphrey people who
are in town today are Ben Cowdory
and P. E. McKillip.
Otto Henning, Fred Lucky and son
Louis returned Monday from a one
week visit to St. Louiis.
Frank Hagel, John BecherandL. F.
Phillipps returned last evening from
a hunt on Haneys Island.
George I. Clark and J. W. Apgar
are hero from Woodville to attend the
speaking at the opera house.
Mrs. J. H. Kersenbrock and Mr.
and Mrs. Jos. Henggler spent Sunday
with friends in Platte Center.
' COUNTY SUPERYISORS.-The
regular meeting of the county super
viors is in session this week, begin-
Mi. and Mrs. E. Cole of Monroe are
in town today on their way to Port
land, Oregon, where they will spend
Miss Maggie Sullivan of Albion is
visiting at the home of her aunt Mrs.
Thos. Keating, on her return home
from Monticello, Iowa.
Miss Emma Wake has been visiting
her parents Mr. aud Mrs. Cbas Wake
tho past week, and left today for St.
Louis to visit the exposition.
II. M. Boydston, representing tho
Bankers Life Insurance Co., of Lin
coln, will make Colnmbns his perma
nent headquarter? from this time.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown who
have been visiting Mrs. Will Hagrl
and other friends here, will leave for
their future home is California, Wed
nesday. In the district court today Louise
Gores files suit for divorce from Frank
Gores, and asks for custody of their
children. McAUiter & Cornelius are
HIGH SCHOOL DISMISS. -In
order to allow the students to hear
Dolliver and Fairoanks this afternoon,
the high school grades were dismissed
earlier than usual.
Misses Lida Clayton, 'Rosa Gass,
Anna Knmpf and Frances Maynard
drove to Schuyler Sunday morning,
returning in the evening. Sam Clay
on returned with them.
Mrs. G. D. Hook of Casper Wyom
ing, arrived here today and will visit
with her daughter Mrs. U. S. Mace.
She came by way of Norfolk where
she was formerly a resident.
Mrs. S. H. Hadley, Mrs. O. Good
rich, and Miss Clara Brown all of
Cedar Rapids, are in the city today.
Mrs. Hadloy and Miss Brown are on
their way to Seward to attend the
Federaton of womans clubs.
Among the newspaper men in town
today to hear Fairbanks and other
speakers were Fred Young of tho
Genoa Leader, R. G. Strother of the
Monioe Republican, H. Gordon Cross
of the Sun, and S. J. Kennedy of tho
Advance, at St. Edward.
Wm. Bucher and family W. T. Ernst
and two sons Earl and Will, Mrs. Gus
Vinrgntz and danhgter Vera, Fred
Stenger and two daughters Freddie
and Matilda, L. Schrieber wife and
daughter Miss Emma, and Martin
Schilz, all left Sunday for St. Louis.
POLICE CALL. Wm. Louis Gores
called the assistance of tho poilec last
night claiming that her husband Frank
Gores, had assaulted her. He was
brought before Judge Curtis this morn
ing and fined $2.00 and costs. Mrs.
Gores afterward brought suit for di
NEW BUILDINGS. Among the
improvements in the commanity is
the new residence of August Krueger
just north of the brewery and the new
barn on the farm of John Hobiel
seven miles north east of the city. The
Krueger residence will be built at a
cost of about $1,500. Both contracts
are let to Roth Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Adams who
went to Washington in the spring ex
pecting to make that state their home,
returned to Nebraska Sunday, and will
make their residence in Superior. Mr.
Adams will engage in the banking
business with his father. Mrs. Adams
is known better here as Miss Lora
Becber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.
BAPTIST. Rev. Rector, who is
visiting his son in this city, whom we
mentioned Saturday, preached in the
Baptist church Sunday morning.
Miss Lena Spear of Central City was
to have been hem and address the con
gregation in the evening on missionary
topics but for tome reason she failed
to reach the city. It is supposed the
lateness of the trains prevented her
from leaving home in time to arrive
here for the evening service.
ST. EDWARD DELGATION.
Among the St. Edward people who
came down to attend the republican
rally this afternoon are R. F. Williams.
S. J. Kennedy, H. Gordon Cross, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Edwards, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Edwards, S. Boyd. R. G.
Thomazin, Leon Sisson. J. DeVine.
W. T. Curry, O. S. Dodds, Frank
Buck, B. H. Huffman, Chas. Buck,
Fred Hush. G. B. Horn, M. O. Smith.
J. M. Anderson. G. E. Willard, G.
Wait, O. A. Anderson Victor Reed, L.
E. Anderson, A. J. SIrade, Howard
and Harry Ellison.
PROHIBITION. A. L. Ogden of
Lincoln who is devoting much of his
time to the prohibition question, spoke
Saturday evening in the Maennerchor
halL There was aot a large crowd
present, but Mr. Ogden impressed his
audience as being a sincere and force
ful speaker. He is an Evangelist of
the Christian church and makes his
residence in Bethany, a suburb of Lin-
$-H-X H 1 1 1 it-9-.il Ml 1 1 1 11
Henry Ragatz & Co.
Everything in the line of Groceries
and Queensware. If it isn't right, we
will make it right or GIVE BACK
TOUR MONET. Our invariable aim
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
VERT is one thing on which we
pride ourselves. COURTEOUS and
FAIR TREATMENT is another.
Here is some special stock:
PURL 6IDER VINEGAR
PURE PICKLING VINEGAR!
We have every kind of Fresh Fruit
and Vegetable in their season, and in
CANNED GOODS the VERT BEST.
Are you putting up Fruit?
Get your FRUIT JARS here.
I Lool at m line of Lampg and (jlawaa ; ;
Cleanest, Biggest, Prompt-
est Store in
coin. The Temperance Alliance organ
ization, thronjrh which society Mr.
Ogden was cent to tho city, expect to
bave the candidate for Governor on
the prohibition ticket. C. F. Swander
of North Platte, speak' to the public
in this city on the 21st, or about that
time. At the meeting Saturday even
ing Rev. Halsoy favored the audience
with a violin solo and Miss Lottie
Hockenberger sang a solo.
WORLDS FAIR. Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Oehlricb, their daughter Olga,
and Arthur Canals, nephew of Mr.
and Mrs. Oeblrich, arrived home
Sunday morning from a week spent at
the World's fair in St. Louis. Mr.
Oeblrich says the exposition is a mam
oth affair and that months time would
be none too long to get full benefits
of vi6ic there. Striking features to
them were at the electrical disolay.
which by the way were the product of
Nebraska men, the Boer war. the Swiss
Fillipino and Japanese villages. The
moving pictures showing the varied
industries of Nebraska are eagerly
sought after and great crowds have
already witnessed them, proving a
good advertisement for the tate.
The party on their return experienced
a railroad wreck some eighty-live
miles experienced from Omaha which
need up a couple of locomotives and
several coaches pretty badly, Mr.
Oehlrich receiving a slight scalp
wound ; they were delayed borne ten
houre by the accident. Great crowdB
are now pouring into St. Louis and
the weather conditions are perf ect.
Mr. Oehlrichs faith iu Nebraska has
not been shaken by his recent visit
and says that the best crops of corn,
nlfalfa. etc.. noticed enroute were
in tho confines of Nebraska.
METHODIST. On account of the
rain tho services Sanday morning
were not so well attended as usual and
those who failed to be there missed
hearing an eloquent sermon by the
Presiding Elder. Rev. Millard. He
took as his subject the "Eminence of
God." His text was "Be Still and
Know that I am God." In the even
ing, union services were held in the
churcn, A. L. Ogden of Lincoln deliv
ering a temperance sermon, which was
listened to by a large andience.
The union chorus choir led the con
gregational music and special selec
tions were given by the Methodist
choir, and by Mr. H. M. Boydston.
Mr. Boydston who will be a new res
ident in the city pleased his audience
with an excellent baritone solo.
Hereafter, the morning service will
begin at 10:45 instead of 11 o'clock.
The change was made in order to
close the preaching service before 12
o'clock, the time for the Sunday
school to begin.
Invitations have been sent out fcr
a "Crazy Social" which will be given
Wednesday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Pollock by the Grace
Churcii Guild. The programs are
fearfully and wonderfully made, being
printed on butcher's wrapping paper,
without anr proof reading. The so
cial will be one of the hard-times
1 Home Restaurant
1 Hersenbrock & Burke
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order both in cose asaa
the wearing of correct
punishable bv fine.
1 and fa feed,
A Colnmbns party consisting of Mr.
and Mrs. O. O. Gray. Mr. and Mrs. O.
H. Dack. Miss Minnie Cramer and
Mr. and Mrs. D.Karr attended the Ak-.
Sar-Bea festivities at Ossaha last Fri
day, returning after the electrical
parade oa the train that did aot ranch
Colnmbns till six o'clock Saturday
morning. Bnt this is aot the whole
story, and it was only through the in
fluence of a bribe that the true "in
wardness" of this party's retam was
disclosed by a member of the party.
The fact is, they did aot retam in a
Pullman, neither did they ride in a
chair car. Nor did they ride ia the
cab with the engineer. Aad it 'was
not a freight train carrying esspty
box cars available for passengers as.
Trath is. this party chartered a
baggage car and "sat it oat" oa ap
holstered travelling men's trunks. Is
cannot be learned whether their tieketa
called for first-class or secoad-class
passage or indeed whether they had
any tickets at all. Bnt it is sure thai
be at a preminm if all the holders of
that kind of transportation derive aa
much Hport frost it as this party seem
to have derived.
' DOING HONORS. "Miss Louise
Matthews was accorded farther dem
onstration of the high esteem in which
she is held by her associates ia Schuy
lor, and of Low concerned they are as
to her futnre welfare, by their join
ing with Mrs. E. F. folds at the
Folda home Saturday afternoon ia
giving her a "parcel" shower. Those
present were Misses Mae aad Helen
Errant. Miss Mills. Miss Bartlett.
Misses Katheriae and Halda Woods,
Miss WelIs.Mrs. Joseph Wood and Mrs.
Geo. H. Thomas. A game of gaessiat?
name of material, suggested by ques
tions asked was played. Miss Matthews
winning the prize, m handsome vase.
The decorations were impressive aad
beautiful, being mainly 01 aatama
leaves and wooribiae. Table decor
ations in red, white and green, a red
heart suspended over the table, from
which red ribbons gracefully swuaff
to each guest's plate, being held there
by dainty heart shaped boxes of bon
bons upon the lids of which
written in red the names of the j
and other dainty touches of color ia
flowers. Luncheon was served, la
appropriate time; aa expressman
arrived with s large package bearing
numerous marks to indicate that it
had started from a distant point aad
traveled long and fast to reach its
destination in time. The paresis,
which were the gifts of the various
guests to Miss Matthews, were con
tained in this package, aad the amuse
ment afforded ia opeaing it was only
excelled by the pleasure of Mies
Matthews ia receiving the maay
beautiful gifts for her that it contain
ed. "Schuyler San.
Call at the Joaraal offioe aad carry
away a $3 wall chart FREE.
and Meat Market