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Tkmriday'a Daily Journal.
Alvin E. Tool, violinist. Thone 05.
James Nevels vreut to Albion today.
Otto Zuolow of Schnyler is in the
. "Fred Mack of Albion was in the city
between trains today
Supervisor Clother of Platte Cen
ter was in our city today.
Dr. W. S. Evans went to St. Edward
oil profepsioeal business today.
lohu Byrne nn I Chris Gruent her
wore nacs"ncprfi east this noon.
.Tudee Rooimr went to Fullerton this
afternoon to hold a short sesison of
Otto Zuclou. the Schnyler tailor
has a large tcck of woolens for the
; N. Baker, a prominent ranchman
from Belgrade was in the city be
rvecn trains today.
Mr?. O. D. Evans went to Omaha
yesterday Miss Ilalloway ofNow York
will return with her.
Lnn A. Tnttle. cashier'in ono of the
Cedar Kaitids hanks, was calling on
Columbus friends today.
Mr. Ci. Chestnut wood of Spring
fieM, Nebraska is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. II. I. Mnrdock.
The Grand Chapter of tho Hasten
Stnr will meet in Lincoln next week,
several delegates from Columbus will
Mrs..! E. Paul and little son Cass in
went to Merna laf night for a weeks
vi-it with Mrs. Paul's parents who
hy is Peter Schmitt so popular
with tho ladies? Because they liko
th llnnr ho makes. To try it onco is
to us" it always wtf
Ellis Kay of Alliance, Nebr.. cousin
of Toe Kay has lately left the hospital
here aim will leavo for his homo in a
few lays much improved in health.
Harry Young, a former student of
tho Colnmbns Commercial college and
who has Ikjoii for somo time employed
at Hnmphrey, came to Colnmbns to
M. E Needham, formerly one of
Albion's leading merchants, who has
spent tho winter with his tamily in
Calf 01 nia was in Colnmbns between
trains today. Mrs. Needham, who has
many friends in Columbus, is in
John J. CIooso of Fremont and Ed
Whiliag of Hooper were in tho citv
again this week looking up tho hard
ware sit nation. It is understood that
arrangements have been completed bv
tliom for opening np a large and com
plete lino of hardware here.
Carl Kohdo left today for Hot
Snriiigs, Arkansas. Ho will b.i absent
about three weeks. Nieces of Mr.
Kohdo. Miss CeliaKohde of Now York
and Miss Gertrude Kohdo of Norfolk
arnvod in tho eity yesterday to see
him before his departure. Thjr will
retr.ru to Isorfolk iouight.
! Home Restaurant
Thc best of everything in the eating
line. Meals at all hours, day or night
Fresh Fish every day during Lent
Rersenbrock & Burke
Henry Ragatz & Co.
ALWAYS ON HAND
Or the First Quality
A Full Line of Staple and Fancy
Provisions, Queensware, Glassware and
j& COFFEE &
Our "Richelieu" in bulk gives entire
satisfaction at 30, 25, 20 & 15c a lb.
5 The following in tins
"While House" -Chase
Lipton's - ' -"Richelieu"
j& TEA j&
Japan, Gunpowder and English Breakfast, in bulk
and packages, the finest grown and Guaranteed
to ive reflect batisiaccion.
CANNED FRUITS, MEATS, VEGETABLES
A full, fresh and
ol everything usually
vnixr mir roods direct
$ cash, and consequently buy at the VERY
? LOWEST PRICES. We can and do sell the
BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY, and
: are confident we can convince everybody of
jfc that fact who will give
Henry Raiatz & Co.,
Nebraska Phut 29. Iripwint Pines 29 ail 229.
Mr. and Mrs. 32. H. Chambers pnt
tn Niobrara this morning to visit mr
Chambers parent?. Mr. Chhanbers e:
peers to return next Tuesday. HraAJ
Chambers will remain aoout two
The local lodge of Odd Fellows
celebrated the Sfith anniversary of the
fouuding of the order, in their hall
iast night. The meeting was informal
and social, only members of the lodge
and their families being present. Short
addressee made by R. W. Hobart. J.
S. Freeman and S. E. Baker, and by
Mrs. Hfury Woods of the Rebekab
auxiliarv lodgn. A string quartette
furnishoo musi. and the company
spent the evening in social chat and
card cames. Ample refreshments in
two courses were served by the ladies.
The time was very enjoyably spent by
everybody present and it was near
midnight before the band dispersed.
If Mr. and Mrs. liondring figured
on getting away from their numer
ous Colnmbns friends without giving
thorn a reception, they abandoned that
notion last night when tho members
of the Neighborhood Card Club of
which thev are members came in on
them last night without any prelim
inary notice. Tho surprise wbb com
plete. Mrs. Gondring had her cur
tains on tho stretchers and she was
not dressed in hsr very best reception
gown but sho soon recovered and was
able to display thoso qualities as hos
tess wiiich have made for her so many
warm friends inColombus. The guests
played six-hand euchre and were ser
ved with ico cream and cake. Before
departing, Mr. W. A. McAllister on
behalf of the guests presented Mr. and
Mrs. Gondring with a beautiful souv
enir silver spoon.
Friday's Daily Journal.
Dr. Paul, dentist.
Henry Dress was down from Platte
Attorney Stephen McAllister was a
passenger east this noon.
Mrs. Chas. Stillman was a passenger
on No. 2 for Omaha today.
Prof. Siko gives a dance tonight to
a select crowd at the Orpheus hall.
Raymond Haney his severed his
connection with tho Oriental smoking
II. C. Koocrof t and family left to
day for Omaha where they will make
their future home.
Mrs. Milton Powers of Cheyenne,
Wyoming is visiting her sister. Mrs.
Harrington of Duncan.
Llnya Swain is movinir today into
the hnnso owned by P. F. Luchsinger
on east Eleventh street.
Will Hoisiugtoii wont to Schnyler
Wednesday to do somo carponter work.
Ho will return next week.
Miss Clara King ontortainod the
Christian Endeavor society of the
Gorman Reform chnrch last Wednes
Engineer Kiloy returned from
and Meat Market
- 1-lb 2-lb 3-lb
sold in our line. We
from first hands for
us a iriai.
Omaha tod, Md took his place at
the throttle of the engine on tbeSnald
in branch this afternoon. .
--umwii aunoat tnroogb tith
me wow on the new Knur hnii.iin
d it will not be long now until the
will be ready for occupancy.
Plymouth Rock and Rop
CkmbBrown Leghorn antra fnr cai
at tl.SIor 15 or 2.50 for 30. Coluin
b8 PomfHry Yarde, M. Sdhilz, prop.
Lflna Wood today fUed a petition in
district ooVrt anking for a divorce
from her htebaad, Harry Wood, and
200 alimony. vJShe allegei desertion
and craelty aa gtoaada for her petition.
Little Lester dash receired an urIv
scalp wound lart Wednesday rhil"e
piajinjr with some other boys. One of
the boys threw an old tin can which
struck Lester on the head! The result
will net be serious.
Carl Bohde went to Hot Spring?,
Ark., last night. He has been suffer
ing for several weeks with rheumatism
nnd has gone to the spriugs to recup
erate He expects to stay three or
Nerer before has snch a largo and
expensive attraction as Hi Henrv's
Minstrels opened their doars at these
low prices. Matinee 10, 25. 35 cents,
night 25, So and 50 cents a few choice
6eats on sale at Pollock's.
Andrew Sagasser, a traveling shoe
and harness repairer, was given thirty
days in the county jail by Police
JudgeOurtis this morning on a charge
of vagrancy. He is an old man with
out family who is a regalor customer
at police court.
John Alexander, OleOlson and F.A.
Bollock left yesterday to accept posi
tion as baggage clerks on the new
line of the Santa Fe which has just
been completed from Salt Lake to Los
Angelos. These boys are all well known
among the railroad fraternity in Co
lumbus. Ed Flynn was taken before the po
lice judge this morning, charged with
drunkenness. He in turn made com
plaint against the saloon of Skorupa
& Valasek for selling liquor to him,
alleging that he is a habitual drunk
ard. A warrant was issued for the
proprietors of the saloon. Skorupa
and Valasek were each 'fined ten
dollars and costs which they' paid.
Flynn was released without fine, at
the statute provides that the penalty
may be remitted where a man estab
lishes the fact that he is a habitual
SatanUy'a Daily Journal.
Dr. Vallier, Osteopath, Barber block.
Prof. Sike, teacher music. Barber blritf.
Dr.ChaaH. Platz, homeopathic phy
eician and surgeon, poetoffice building
S. J. Kennedy of St. Edward was
in the city last evening enroutc for
The club dance at Orpheus hall lat-t
night was attended by thirty-five
couples.. GomI music and a good
time are reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Bates, workers in the
mission field at Mt. Slenda, Africa
were at the Congregational church
yesterday afternoon and addressed a.
trood-sized audience on the lines of
their work. Their lectures were well
received. They represent the Christian
Endeavor societes of Nebraska.
Miss Ethel Hnrd. who was formerly
in chagre of thePostalTelegraph oflico
here, has been appointed to take charco
of the oflico of that company in Grand
Island. She will tako charge. Mon
day. Since leaving Columbus Miss
Hard has been in the Omaha head
quarters of the Postal.
Did you see the fires put out on
Barney's trunk wagon- on our streets
last night by the manager of the
Aetna Fire Extinguisher Company
of Lincoln? .Who would have
thought a tire in dry lumber, well
tarred and oiled, going 15 feet in
the air, could be stopped in two sec
onds? He also gave some points
worth remembering in a gasoline
accident. Every public building,
business house or home should have
some of the machines in convenient
Miss Hazel Millard entertained the
Seniors at her home last nigbt. Each
member of the class came dressed to
represent a prominent character in
literature, music or politics. A
three-course luncheon was served and
the guests found their seats at the
table by means of place cards on which
were drawn pictures ot the various
characters represented. Miss Anna
Rossiter was the artist for the occas
ion and she has been the recipient of
mauy compliments for her work. The
juniors, sophomores and a few fresh
men tried to capture some of the sen
iors on their way to the party and to
gain access to the refreshments Lut
they were unsuccessful.
A Creeping leath.
Blood poison creeps np towards the
heart causing death J. E. Sterns,
Bello Plaine. Minn., writes that a
friend dreadfully injured his hand
whioh swelled np like blood poison
ing. Bucklin's Arnca Salve drow out
the poison, heuled the wound nnd
saved his life. Best in the world for
bnns and soros. 35 cents at Chns.
Dack's drug store.
Mamay Daily Jamrmal.
G. Launer left the city yesterday.
WANTED Apprentices for dress
making. Place to work for board.
lt Mrs. Win. Murray.
C. Burke of Central City spent Sun
day with friends in this city.
Jim Slade was in Columbus between
trains today en route home from Fnl
lerton. Mr. and Mrs. George Willard are
moving into their home on west Thir
teenth. Dre. Martyn, Evans, Evans & Martyn,
Jr., office three doors north of Fried
hof 8 store.
Miss Bess Cole of Clarks visited be
tween trains Saturday with Miss
Mrs. John Walker of Humphrey is
HnOolambms today visiting hereon,
F. T. Walker.
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Special Prices on all
J med and Ready-to-Wear
J Hats. A nice stock
D. KELSO I
1st Door East ol Nicwohncr'.s
Frod Woods of Eellwaod came in on
the noon train today and will remain
until noon tomorrow.
Billy Craig, a dispenser of wet
goods at Fuil6rton, passed through Co
lumbus on his way to Omaha today-
Julius Philips camo down from
Genoa today wt'iiimg n cratch. Ho
sprained his ankle ih other day on a
bad sidewalk In our city.
Mrs. S. L. Humphreys of Monroe
who has been a guest at tho homo of
Dr. nnd Mrs. C. IX Evans lor sevornl
weeks, returned home today.
Dcpnty U.S. Marshal Chas. Pourwill
camo in from Omaha Saturday nnd
spent the evening and part of Scnday
with his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes
Mesdarr.es Carl Kramer and J. B.
Ueitzcit will go to Grand Lland to
night to visit Mrs. A. J. Baker. On
theirretnrn homo the last of the week
they will visit friends in CentralCity.
Invitations havo been received in
Columbus to tho marriage of Miss
Eo Scbram of Seattle, Washington
Miss. Sch ram is the dnnghtor ot Mr.
and Mrs. John Schram and is well
known in this city.
Ralph Wiggins retnrneu to Colum
bus last Saturday. Ho left hero with
Garret IlnJst several months ago and
has been in Phoenix, Arizona until
about fonr weeks ago when ho went to
Clearwater, Nebraska to accept a posi
tion in a drng store. He has accepted
a position, it is understood, with Uor
bott and Co.
Alfy liciut. was stricken bv an epi
leptic fit this morning whiie sitting
on n wagon in the street. Ho wos
working with George Douglas on the
light wires and thev were driving a
wagon without a box, sitting on tho
running gears. Douglas stepped into
Snell's billiard hnll for a moment
leaving Heintz on tho wagon where
he was" suddenly attacked by epilepsy.
Medical aid soon restored him.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kodehor.st nud
their daughter suffered painful injur
ies in a runaway accident Saturday
evening. They were returning homo
from tho citv when tfloir team rnn
away throwing all of thorn ont ot the
buggy. Tho accident occurred near
tho residence of A. M. Mahal) ey. and
they were taken into Mr. Mnhalloy's
honso whilo doctors wore called.
They nil received painful braises mid
cuts but wore not seriously injured,
and were ablo to go to thoir homo the
Terrific Race Wth Death
"Denth was fast approaching,"
writes Kalph Fernandez, of Tampa,
Fla., describing his fearful rr.eo with
death, "ns a result of liver tronlde
and tho disease, whicli had robbed mo
of sleep and of all interest in life I
had tried many different doctors and
several medicines, but. got no benefit
until I began to nso Electric letters.
So wondciful was thoir effect, that in
threo days I felt liko a now man. and
today I am cured of all my troubles.
Guaranteed at Chas. Hack's drug store
prioo fit) cents
Yesterday's "Daily .Ton mill.
Little E.sther Newman has the
chicken pox. t
Will Koleliigtoii returned from
Dr. L. C. Voss, Homeopathic phsi
ciin. Columbus. Neb.
Mrs. J. F. Kirkp.it rick returned
from Fremont today.
Wm. Becher is bnilning a house a
block north of tho High School.
H. Fricke is bniidiug an addition
to his rosidenco in tho north part of
Frank Clother made a trip to Platte
Center last evening returning homo
Mifs Marrha Trner went to Cedar
Rapids to visit friends and relatives
for two weeks.
Clerk of tho district court of Nanco
county, Frank Currier came down
from Fullertou today.
John Dawson of Oconee nud S J.
Kennedy of St. Edwnrd returned lent
night from their Iowa trip.
Mifs Jessie Anderson and another
lady, both of David City, wfro visit
ing friends in ocr city last evening.
Dan Echols came down from Cedar
Rapids this noon for n short vi'dt with
his parents here. Dan if employed in
a bank at tho Rapids.
Will Brown of Fullerton i in the
city today and will remain over to
morrow to seo nnd hear what the M.
W. A.'s have to do.
Mrs. O. E. Green of Genoa who is a
delegate to the Grand Lodge of the
Eastern Star at Omaha, spent last
night in Columbus.
GOLD WATCH LOST. A lady'
hunting case gold watch lost on Mc
Clintock Carter's corner last Saurday
night. Owner's name inide of case.
Liberal reward for its return.
Miss Lottie Collins, Clothor House.
Colnmbns will bo well represented
at the Grand Lodgo of tho Eastern
Star in Omaha this week. Tho Mes
dames C. S. Raney, J. F.Kirkpatrick,
Frank Farrnnd and J. D. Stires are
among thoso who havo cither cou6 or
decided definitely to co.
Somebody put " up a job on Ralph
Wiggins. At least it looks that way.
Ralph says he is in Colnmbns simply
to do some work on his family's pro
perty here and that he will return to
Clearwater to work on his uncle's
ranch as scon as that is done. His
employment' at Corbett & Company N
consists in eating three square meals
J. T. Bmirh came Jowu from Fai
lertcu hist evening unci went toGraurt
Islttini today, ilr. Smith i un olu
i veteran of two wars nn.i will lw ru
I nttiuibercd liy umay here as rirsf ltvit
I toannt ot Oomp-my I fro Fuilwtou
i wniie :n the Philippines with bl?irK
Hirrr R:cc was down fwa Mciiroe
today. Harrv has ja?t recovered from
an accident he received uuly tiii.
spring whilo operating a com sheller.
His left hand got too rio.o to the cog
wheels and the wheels being tougher
than his hand thn doctor wa necess
arily called and fixed him np the best
ho con hi.
Now is the chance to make the de
lightful trip to Californiafor jnst one
half of the expense incurred in mak
ing the trip at any other time. Don't
postpone for joa may not soou again
bo offered tho low rates of $25 00 to
SnnFrnncisco, Santa Barbara, Los Au
geles.San Diego and many other Cali
fornia points. Literature nbout I nil
toruia lrco on application to W
Tho young should bo taught history,
strategy, valor and patriotism, nnd
should he tnnght it in n manner to
iudoliblv impress it on their min K
Primitive people from our own world
and people from ovorv part of thn old
world, when brorcht together for
an object lesson that i tint soon for-
gottt-n. They all tell tho tatlo of how
they live: they tell it as nothing else
could. To see the hundreds of diff
erent things that go to make up Cam
bell Brother's Shows, which will be
in tho city Saturday May 'th leaves a
vivid impression that never dies, nnd
causes oua to wonder after he has wit
nessed this startling realistic exhih
ton. if ho hasn't just dropped from
a chnptur ot Arahian Nights.
David Hnrnm will bo presented at
tho cpera house on Thursday, May 1th
by tho Cnrts Dramatic Co. M.H.Cnrts
as David IJnmm Tiiis is tho shrewd
sharp and witty old countryman mndo
fnmous.by Edwaid Noyes Westcotto's
widely rend book Upon its first pro
duction 111 New York it rati for six
teen weeks and its success there which
it later repented in Chicago and Bos
ton was terrific. There are in it the
scenes that are likoly to be remember
ed lor many days. One of thofe is
tho horse trade with Dencon Perkins.
The second is a scene showing 'th
Deacon after trying to drive tho balky
horse during a heavy shower of rain.
Tho third is r scene in Anut Polly's
home on Christmas morning when
David tells the story ot his boyhood
vihit to the circus and of tho whipping
Don't mi.-sthi attraction. Reserved
seats are now on salo at Pollock
Prices -J", :15 and ..(). -
Hi Henrvs New Big Modern Min'
strels. tho largest and oldest in the
worid V.'ill appear at North Opera
House on Snturdav Mnv ' afternoon I
and night. Everyone remembers what
a sensntitin they caused on their form
er visit and tho lino performance that
was given. During their absence the
have played the lendingjities', includ
ing N. Y. Citv. Boston. Philadelphia,
Washington. Chicago, Kansas' Oity.St.
Louis, and Sr.n Francisco nnd nro
now on route to Omnha,:tll along their
route the press is sppakjng in tho
highest praise of their pMrformnnco.
Tho company this 3ear numbers 14
people and rravc-l in their own special
train of vestibule cars. The First Pait
they tiro presenting requires a special
baggage coach to transport it. and im
said to bo tho finest First Patt ever
put on any minstrel stngo.i' is a mag
nificent, scenic electrical offecr, en
titled "Drenmland" riuuiring the
entire .stage to produce it. Seats now
on sale at Pollock's.
Little Hazel and Harry Shannon'
two of 1 ho brightest littlo ones who
hive recently caiurd celebrity upon
tho ittagp, are spoken of by their
friends as being tho most talented
children now before tho publis as
stars and this view is tikn by tiio
most critical. These little ones are
native products of Michigan, making
their homo in Ludington, where thev
pass 'their vacation in a beautiful
home purchased from the profits of
their tours, ihey probably bdng tho
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own individual efforts secured so Cqe
a .;operty Little Harry, who i a
inc-t manly little follow, was not con
rent that himself urn! s-ister should live
111 the hoae that their parents owned
Jaad msisted that
i should 1:0 to buy a
'homo of their
" own." Being
backed by his
" 'hey wero enabled
their parents, taat such was the oroper
course, tho resn't being that they now
occupy that" home of their vervown"
nnd a beautiful one it is. In their
tours thev aie accompanied by their
parent. To their mother, who is a
proficient musician, being a very fine
pianist and an actress of uoto.theyowe
much of their proficiency. Their edu
cation is looked afer by their govern
ess who travels with the company.
Manager Saley takes pleasure in an
nouncing that "The Shannons" will
be seen in tho powerful scenic produc
tion. "Tho Eankcr's Child" at Tbo
North Or era hons) for ono night onlv
Thursday May 11th.
Hi Henry's Minstrels.
Hi Henry's Minstrels v.'ill bo here
May ".. afternoon nnd evening and
they h:ve cnt prieos to tempt every
body to he ir them.
Hi Henry's minstrels need no intro
duction in Colnmbns. The announce
ment of their coming is sufficient.
Manager Saley has been tryiugfor two
months to slate them nnd yesterday
he received n telegram promising him
May . This date hapioned to bo the
date of Campbell Brothers show, but
npon reflection Mr. Saley decided to
slate tho Minstrels. Ho figures that
since the show nud the minstrels will
both have performances afternoon
and eveuiug. people will have an op
portunity to hear both the same day.
Both attractions for May ( are good
and will draw a large crowd from
ScuiUerfest in Omaha
"Twenty of tho different Germnn
lodges and societies of Omaha incon
junction with the German societies
of South Omaha and' Council Bluffs,
will celebrate tho 100th anniversary of
tho death of the gi eat German author,
Schiller, by fonr days' demonstration,
beginning May 7 and ending May 10.
As there are 2.,(0() German-Anieii-cnus
m Omaha alony, the event will
bo a memorable nnt. This anuiver
sary will bo universally honored in
every country where there nro Ger
mans, with whoinSchiller is nn author
read by the masses. Tho Gorman who
is not familiar with tho works of this
nutbor takes bur little interest indeed
in the literature of his country.
More than two months ago the plans
for this celebration wero made at a
meeting of tho representative Germans
in the threo adjoining cities and
committees wero then appointed for
the carrying out of tho program. Every
Germnn man nnd woman in tho city
are enthusiastic nhoat tho nimiversary
ami are determined to make it nn un
qualified success. lhTu will be many
guests from ont of the citv, all of thn
railroads having agreed to run excur
sions with rtdnced rates on tho certi
The Schiller celebration will open
011 tho afternoon of May ? with ap
propriate service at Riverview park.
Bv especial permission of the park
board, thn Schiller committco will
plant a linden tree, which will bo
furnished by tho beard, nlso. 'J no lin
den tree is tho favorite tree of the
German people and they have many
beautiful legends concerning it. For
this; reason tho linden has been select
ed for the mcmorrnl trco and the p.v
iiiotiu G. rmnn residents of this city
will tako great pride invents to come
in the tree planted in honor of tho im
mortal Schiller." World Herald.
A Bloody Scrap.
Platte Center. Nebr., April 2!. (Spec
ial to Jonrnnl.i A bloody scrap was
pnllpd off here yestorday afternoon
la which Jim Crouin nnd Morris Lan
gan fignred as principals. Cronin
came out of the mix-up with a thumb
nearly chewed off and Langau emerg
ed with bis face beaten to a jelly.
Both iwrtie.s were lickul and ready to
Mnit. Crontu went to Columbus to
file a complaint but changed his
mind nnd now hcth parties are the
best of friends.
vocazrcit iome woo save dt icair
leaBc Sr.tf JBKjHKttH HHHaw BaWmBBBa
1 JKBIBiyrf !$li ' 1
3 JifJvw U.
h'Arz? l in the next seven days at
tfitiffAIN lowing we have all the way
from one curtain to 1 1-2 pairs:
1.00 Lace Nottingham Curtains. 3 yanU long for.
.2-" Lace Curtains, : yards long, 2(5 inches wide at
1.50 Lace Curtains-. ; vanl Ions; JO inches wide at
0O Itwo Curtain 1X1 vnrtU loilL 4t illchcsuidO lit
o.OO Lace Curtains, : yards long, T0 inches wide at
4.00 Lace Curtains, :1 yards long, ;V inches wideat
f.00 Lace Curtain vorv lino neto vnnls lonjr. f" in. wide at
(i.00 lice Curtains, exceptionally line net, very neat patterns X.00
We have accumulated a great many rem
nants in dress goods, linens, ginghams, cal
icos, wash goods, white goods, lawns, etc.
and during the next seven days will close
them out at ONE-HALF PRICE.
WHEATOSE FOR BREAKFAST.
MADE FROM THE BEST
the world over lor its excellent flavor, rich
ness, neutriment, strength and high per
cent of gluten.
All the outer woody fiber which is indi
gestible is removed. The wheat made into
Wheatose is thoroughly sterilized.
A lady sent by the Empire Milling Co.,
of San Franoisco, Cal., the manufacturers of
Wheatose, will be here all next week and
All welcome and all be sure to visit our
Grocery Department during the week.
(From Tli- Timt )
Chnrlin Peterson went to Omaha
tho first nf the week for the purpose
of taking the Shriner's degree in mas
onry. Tho Swedish Methodist people are
mnking preparations for a big meet
ing cf preachers at thifi place nnst
The now village board :net and .or
ganized tho first of the week C. It.
Wright was elected chairman and J.
Wilson clerk. They will not. take
charge of affairs until tho lirst ofMny.
Bird Brown and Peter Kitner have
been wondering where thoy wero at
tho pait wool:. A stranger pulled in
at Bird's plac" about ton days ago and
traded him a $100 horse for a ?::0 cow
and '." in greenbacks. Bird became o
elated over his trade that he had about
made up his mind to ouic farming
and go into horse trading babiue
when the sheriff of Platte county
apieared on the scene nnd took the
horse which had been stolen from a
! illl 1 WM
Grand Electrical iScenic
8 STAR COM MEDIAN S-8
12 CELEBRATED SIKGERS-12
14 REFINED VAUDEVILLES-M
30-PIECE GRAND SOLO BAND-30
Special Prices: Matinee, 10c, 25c ami 35c.
Children under 12 years, 10c.
Night, 25c, 35c, 50c. A few choice seats 75c
Seats on sale at Pollock's Drug Store.
..IT IILF PIKE..
During our recent sale we
had lelt a good many brok
en pairs of lace curtains
and we will close them out
Platte connty farmer. Bird then b
gan to look around for his cow nud
$. Ho found tho cow in tho pohscs
siou of Pcto Kitner of the Skeedeo.
who had purchased it from tho horso
rhief for ST.."0 but the theif and tho
$."j wero no whom in sight. As tho
case stands nt. this writing.tho farm
er has recovered his horso. Kitner has
a $7.."0 cow and Bird is holding tho
sack, lnt tho ownership of tho cow
and tho whom nhontH of the thiof aro
Later Just as wo go to press wo
learn that the cow in dead nnd Coorgo
Boco is now wondoring where ho is nt
as hz expectod to own the cow in tho
Cleared for Action.
When the body is cleared for action,
bv Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills, you
can tell by the bloom of hT.lth on tho
chocks ; thw brightness of tho eyes ;th o
firmness of the flesh and muscles ; tho
buoyancy of tho mind. Try them. At
Chas. Dack's drag store '." cents.
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