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Thursday" XJaily Journal.
?.-'Iie.i. 'Phone Go.
returned ca um-
bar 5 last Mat
Rev. Xr.crr;r-n and Htcry Sultcn
of Schujer r.n in tiie city today.
Dz. Chii. li Plaiz. bam-opamir pby
fiiciHa and acix'rou, jotoScc building
Jl F. William- of Si Kdwnrd was
in the ci:v iar mzbt rerurmaj: troni
Cspfain h: I:'- and vrifp re
. turned to iu-ir nnat' :uHuuiihrT lu.st
V M. i ira-liu-. aud Edirar Howard
roturned frtwii U:cfiiia la-r uitb' on
Carl Knsnur r-torned thi- morning
ironx tJjnaa wutre he ha? been a
delfisate to tbe K. P. Grind Lortce.
Aiics r.orence xvamuojer enter
tained tbe Ycsnc People's- Card ("inb
la?: nirbt. Mi EthelGallpy and Hr
Cha Dck -won the pr:ze?.
Barred Plymouth Rock and Roj-e
Goxab Rrowrn Lchim esr: for sale
at -Jl .V for 1", or ?J.50 for "". olum-bn-
Poultry Yard?, 31. Scbilz. prop.
ill?? Lillian Keetms 'wbo ba been
viiinc triends in Oniaba few d3y,
left there rbi? niorninsr tor Monttcello,
Iowa to visit i!r.-. Brown, formerly
Mi-? Minnie Tannebill of ibis citv
i!rt. Perkin- wpnt to North Bend
today Sne is the lady whom the
Journal mentioned intending to locate !
and cmidae a bonrrimj: bon-e. Sbe
wil. return later if suitable 'jnarters
can t hrni.
lyinnr Donovan ot jLidison retcrn
ed troni Omaha yesterday and took
lb 2orf ilk branf b for bi borne in
tbe evening H hai been in atten
dance nr the stctr meetinp of the A
O l W loose.
O. A Kellocb. who re.-izned hi also the leadinp light in school matters
position as mcnt clerk at the Mend- j there and for the past dozen years has
iau las: week, has accepted position j been instrumental iu bringinp Fuller
with tne Geneva Nursery represented ion schools to their present hich
m f 'olnabus by D
Kellocb can sell us o
'. Scbaff. Mr.
:r nur?erv stock
Will IIoi-in:in and Everett Carrick
returnel from Fremont thr first of the
week where they completed a larpe
0t of lathing Tb1 boy? are becom
ing skilled at their trade and are
soneht after not only nrc but m
Tbronpb Ecb. Webster and Opden
Oauons. bristling with marvelon
scenes of western rrandeur acres
rrear Sjilt Lukes, down the Humbol:
valley and over wondron-ly beautiful
Sierra Nevada via Union Pacific
every dav on " " TbeOverland Limited"
eltxiiric hebted Tbe finest train
ill?- Mau..t- t-lt-y wh- nr;;ri?eii
by n namlH-r '.f n. r tneiid Monday
PVfouii: w n .:riyft: la and prrent
el her with n haKiiiuiH -iui t ru.c
aa iu-tjir irrn t'-i La-ivMacc;iHe-of
which i-:'ir Mi- VViiv ha- ' '-it
T'2trl fc ' i will l-av .-n rtlv
The best of everything: in the eating
Hue. Meals at all hours, day or night
Fresh Fish every day during Lent
E Rersenbrock &t Burke I
9 9 9 9 w 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
Henry Ragatz & Co.
ALWAYS ON HAND
Of the First Quality-
A Full Line of Staple and Fancy
Cr.v wX'xTV.x J-VJ
Provisions, Queensware. Glassware and
j& COFFEE j&
Our "Richelieu in bulk gives entire
satisfaction at SO, 25, 20 & 15c a lb.
The following in tins- 1-lb 2-lb 3-lb
"White House" - - - - .40 .75
" Chase & Sanborn's "Seal" - .40 .75
J Lipion's - - - - .40 .75 1.00
"Richelieu" - - .40 .75
"Ragarz" - - - - .50
I j? TEA j&
Japan. Gunpowder and English Breakfast, in bulk
and packages, the rlnest gTown and Guaranteed
IC to give Perfect Satisfaction.
CANNED FRUITS, MEATS, VEGETABLES
J A full, fresh and complete assortment
3: ot everything usually sold in our line. We
buy our goods direct from first hands for
? cash, and consequently buy at the VERY
: LOWEST PRICES. We can and do sell the
t BEST GOODS lor the LEAST MONEY, and
f are confident we can convince everybody ot
i that fact who will give us a triaL
Henry Raiatz & Co.,
Nsbraska Piaie 29. Ii.pudeit Pluss 29 aid 229.
T.r ! r
f r tbe West. nnl her pia.ce a recoid
kteper has been rilled by tbe election
of Mrs. Barclay Jones. Lih: refreshment-
Matt Thomas, tat- xellow wto drive
tbs ciprrss wajou from tne D. p. de
pot was a tirtim of a most rrnel trick
vesierdiy, lunevcTet. and planted fcy
tbe other employees in the oce.
Tboroas is a bepmner for tbe ex
press corporation and as customary in
all tradei- an initiation is usually in
order before a fellow becomes real
bandy to tbe work. A heavy box
s-as packed and labeleuC.OD .directed
to a certain party in the southwest
part of town and -J0 was to be collect
ed for" fame. Tbomas delivered the
coods and not until he had been the
victim of all siuds of nonsense did
be tumble tna: somethiuf; was wronc
in Denmark. He returned the sup
posed treasure to the depot and now
is not feclinp toward tbe other boys
as he use I to.
Mayor-elect Joseph E. AlcCh-IIand
of Fulierton was in the city Last nieht
and returned to his home this niorn
mc Mr McClelland wa. this spiing
elected mayor of his citv by a hand
some majorty after as warm a battle
a? ever was foupbt in a city the ize
of Fulierton. McClelland was elect
ed on a hiph license ulatform. That
town has fteen for the past two years
the home of a dozen bootlepeers and
at tbe same ime been conancted by an
ant i -licence administration A half
dozen of th lawless have been arrest
ed tne past year for the dispensation of
booze without license but it seems
that everv action resulted in the costs
br c; advled to the taxes of the citi
zens The more enterprising people
decided to chance matters and today
Fulierton with McClelland at head
will in time get back to where she
once was in business and improve
ment capacities. Mr. McClelland is
standard. Mr. McClelland is well
known in olumbus and beinp a lead
inp lawver alto ranks hijrh in Lis pro
fession in the state.
Friday's Daily Jonraal.
lr. Paul, dentist.
Oea. V. Wertz of Schuyler was in
the city today.
Lr. L.. C. Voss. Homeopathic phyei
cinn. Columbus. Neb.
Mr and Mrs E. H. Jenkins re
turned today from Loup City.
Rev. Moore of an Omaha M. E.
church was in Columbus today.
.Tudce Ratterman is in CedarRapids
fi : a few day- lookinc after his farm
?i!i- Lizzie Mall came down today
from Monroe on n vi-it to Miss Hester
Jniipe Reedtr w--nr in Fulierton
f i afternoon to hear some bootlepp
and Meat Market i
1 1 1 1 111 U 1 I.I 1 1 1 1
The newest things iii mid-summer
millinen- just arrived.
D. KELSO I
1st Door East of Niewohner's
VT. A. Mc Williams was down from
Monro Ian evening returning home
Mrs. E. H. Stephens of Albion and
Mrs. Geo. WiUson of Genoa are in
Miss Eulalia Eickly accompanied
her father to Omaha on his return
after a short visit.
Mrs. 11. C. Boyd went to St. Ed
ward yesterday to visit Mrs. Alfred
Palme, her daughter.
Mrs. Tom Die:s and daughter Efiie
of Fulierton went through Columbus
today on the way to Omaha.
Ralph Wipgins will leave tomorrow
for Kanass Jity, Kansas where he
will spend the summer with his broth
" Mrs. SI Cannon of Genoa has this
week visited friends nere. She leaves
tomorrow for South Dakota ro join
the family. '
Zuelow. the Schuyler tailor, will
make you clothes: that fit well, wear
well and look well as long as a piece
of the cloth remains.
The Tornado Season is now at hand.
Insure your property against loss
bv having Becher, Hockenberger and
Chambers wrue your Tornado Insur
ance. House for sale in good location,
must be sold quick. A bargain if taken
at once, as parry is leaving tbe city.
Becher, Hockenberger and Chambers.
', Miss Holloway of New Y'orfc who
has been the guest of Mrs C.D.Evans
for several weeks, left this afternoon
for Omaha where she will visit for
three weeks before returning to New
About a hundred Italians and Aus
trians were shipped in yesterday to
lay the new 6teel rails on the Norfolk
branch of the U P. They are in
camp up the line a short distance from
George Rodehoret, son of Henry
Rodehorst, left this afternoon over
the B A:M. for Washington state. He
was accompanied by Joe Aulbric who
will settle at Spokane. M
will go on to Seattle. !
E M. LaGrange. theFullerton luni- ,
ber king, was in Columbus today. He
was accompanied by Dr. McMillin of
tbe same place. Ihey hal been m
attendance at tbe state meeting uf I
the A. O U. w. in Omaha. j
Lee Bennett brought suit in Justice '
I Falbaum's court this moraine against
a man by the name of Church, for
! alleged wages due and unpaid 'The
i amount involved was tmall and tbe
case was settled outside of court
Louis A. Raney has received notice
from the Post Office Department of
his appointment as substitute clerk in
the Columbus post office. Mr. Raney
is one of the twelve who passed the
examination here hist
Mr and Mrs. Pierson D Smith and
son Pierson of St. Edward .were in
Columbus , between trains 'today on
tbeir return from Omaha. Mr. Smith
is president of the Smith National
bank of St. Edward and one of the
wealthiest land-owners in Nebraska
Captain Harry Lohr is making a
few extra trips on the Norfolk pas
senger in the absence of the regular
brakenmn. Harry has a melodious
voice for callinc stations, and when
it comes to helping the ladies on and
ofi" trains the other brakemen must tip
their hats to him
Sheriff Carrie went to Big Springs
tbis afternoon in quest of Schulz, rue
hired man of John Wurdeman who is
suspected of taking the roll of money
from Meyer, the solicitor for the Mo
Killip Mercantile Co , while the two
men were occupying the same bed-
room in Wurdeman's house. The
officers think they have the right man.
Marc G. Perkins returned from
Omaha today where he has been since
Sunday working for the office of
Grand Receiver of the A. O. U. W.
Mr. Perkins was defeated by a Falls
City man, Mr.
Greenwald. It would
have been a good office to bzing toCo
lcm bus as it would have brought the
deposits of the grand lodge here. It
is therefore a matter of regret thit
Mr. Perkins did not land the office.
Saturday's Dally Jonraal. i
Dr. Tallier, Osteopath. Barber block.
Prof. Sike. teacher music Barber bldg.
Char. Wurdeman went to Humphrey
Homer Robinson and
went to Omaha today.
H. S. Elliott
Prof. Bnrwell, of St. Edward,
in the city last evening.
Miss Olga Knechtel of Fremont
the guest of Hue Ethel Elliott.
Ed Grissom.Geo. Novak and Everitt
Biggs, of Schuyler were in the city
last night in attendance at the dance
in Orpheas hall.
Why is Peter Schmitt bo popular
with the ladies r Because they like
the floor he makes. To try it once is
to use it always. wtf
Bev. F. A. Thompson, of St. Ed
ward, was in the city today. Ber.
Thompson is on his way west for a
few weeks Taoation.
Thft new Erag building on Twelfth
street is completed and it is a rery
creditable bmildiag. It is mnderstood
that it will be meed as a peel hall by
Miss EmilTRorer who will gzaiaate
fxosa Doaae college this spring, has
been elected to the position of assist
ant principal of the Hewaan Grove
The rooms of Misses Jacobson and
J Turner in the first ward gave a very
interesting Bird Day program yester
day afternoon. About sixty visitors
w:mesed the program
Miss Aurusta Nelson ofPlatre Center
was in tbe citv yesterday. She return
ed a few days ago from her homestead
near Pierre, South Dakota. A colony
of eleven people from Platte Center
owns claims in the same locality. Four
of the claims corner one another.
Miss Nelson, her sister Anna, Miss
Consodine and B. H. Schroeder own
these four claims and have their
houses grouped together Miss Nel
son says that she and her neighbors
have ail made gardens and that while
she is completing her term of schoul,
her sister will take care of her pro
spects. She expects to Fpend the
summer months there The new rail
road is being extended near their res
idences. Monday's Uaily Journal.
Henry Carrig went west on Number
') last night.
Will Hall departed this morning for
a visit of two or three days at Fre
mont and Omaha.
Judce I L. Albert and AugustWag
ner went to Lincoln this morning.
The Judge will return Wednesday
Miss Elizabeth Reid who has been
attending business cullece here, left
for her home in Cedar Rapids today
r"J. PrattTeditor of the Hnmphrey
Democrat and Representative John
W. Bender made this office a pleas
ant call today
Miss Hester Hill departed for ber
home in Monroe today after com
pleting her Etudies at the Columbus
Chas. Wurdeman went to Humhrey
this morning where he will spend the
week superintending the building of
a school house at that place.
W. E. Reed of Madison was detain
ed in Columbus over yesterday bv the
wash-out on the Norfolk branch. He
came in Saturday irom the west ex
pecting to go out the same evening to
S. J Kennedy, editor of the Boone
County Advance, formerly one of the
editors of the Journal was in the city
Friday and Saturday. We acknow
ledge a f -aternal call from Brother
I". P. train No. 2 due here Satur
day afternoon at o :40 did not arrive
until yesterday evening over forty
hours late. The train was tied up at
Juiesburg owing to washouts along
the line west of Kearney
G. W Phillipps nas been pressed
into service as deputy assessor, during
i lhe illness of J. G. Becher. Mr.
Becher is suilerinc from a sort of
nervous collapse that may keep him
down for some tim to come although
this morning his condition was report
e.i to bQ improved.
Dr. Kinyon ot Fulierton accompan
ied by his wife iassed through the
citv todav enronte for Lincoln. The
doctor is a little leary about getting
to his destination owing to high wat
er, but even if he doesn't wilt findCj
lumbus a most comfcrtable place in
which to rest for a few hours. We
have just a little tbe best city in the
The heavy rain Saturday did manv
serious pranks. Roth Brothers, con
tractors had just completed a brick
building at PLitteCenter and returned
home to bepin other work when yes
terday they weie told by phon?
that the walls had tumbled down and
it would b? necessary to rebuild the
structure. They looked up their tools
and drovo to the Center yesterdav ro
complete the work.
A Creeping Death.
Blood poison creeps up towards the
heart causing death. J. . Stern?.
Blle PlaiDe. Minn . writes that a
friend dreadfully injured hi:- hand
which swelled up like blood poiscn
inc. Bucklin's Arnca Salve drew out
the poison, healed tbe wound and
saved his life. Best in the world for
buns and sores.
Dack's drug store.
25 cents a: Chas.
Yesterday's Daily Journal.
The Troubadors Friday May 2f..
Blake Maber went to Fremont to
day. Geo. Lehman went to Omaha yes
terday. See the flexible curtain rods at Seth
J E. North went to Monroe this
A. D. Hiuman of St. Edward was
in the city yesterday
Mrs. R W. Gentleman came down
from Platte Center today.
Miss Mamie Sheehan is in Kearney
visiting Mis; Bessie Brown.
Chrstian Peter Nelson received his
final naturalization papers today.
At this rate the Fourth of July will
get here about the middle of Septem
ber. U.S. Dickinson came in oa the Nor
folk train, returning from a business
Night Hostler Brcnhober is laying
off this week owing to an abess on
Representative Hoare came down
on the noon train today from Platte
Drs. Martyc. Evans, Evans & Martyn,
Jr., office three doors north of Fried
Attorney Holderson and Dr. Munk
of Newman Grove returned home this
Ben Bowman, a prominent Boone
county farmer, called at the Journal
At North opera house, Friday Hay
y the Troubadors. Don't miss this
Flexible curtain rods are the latest
thing out for lace curtains. See them
at Seth Braun's J
Hesdames . H. Chambers and
Homer RoDinson went to Humphrey
last night to visit Mrs. B. R. Cowd
ery. W. D. Wilson of Oconee and W. W.
' 5 X X
Old Grand Pacific Remodeled
Now Open to tbe Public
$1.00 a Day
i Everything New New Furniture New
'. Plumbing Electric Liehts SieamHeat
Mannington of Monroe, both jurymen
for this term of court, were excused
and returned home hist night.
The case of Theodore Wolf vs Nick
Hofuer, in district court, was decided
by the jury tbis afternoon in favor of
the defendant, the verdict being "No
cause of action."
The music iovinc people of Colum
bus will appreciate the appearance of
the Troubadours at the North opera
house Friday May 26. They come un
der the auspices of the Maccabees and
will be well worth hearing
The Misses Emily Ragat?. Louise
Davis and Margaret Zinnecker will
entertain a few friends tomorrow
night, in honor of Misses Jennie and
Emma Jones, who will depart for
Denver in a few days with their par
ents Mr. and Mrs. R E Jones.
The Troubadours will give a grand
concert and dance under the auspices
of tbe Maccabees, Friday evening.
May -2;. The concert will be given at
tbe North opra house and the clance
at Orpheus hall immediately uf ter the
Now is the chance to make the de
lightful trip to Californiafor just one
half of the expense incurred in mak
ing the trip at any other time. Don't
postpone for you may not soon again
be offered tbe low rates of $25 CM to
SanFrancisco, Santa Barbara. Los An
geles, San Diego and many other Cali
fornia points. Literature abcut Cali
fornia free on application to W. H.
Several changes of residence are
taking place this week. Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Nichols are now in their
home on Fifteenth street which has
been refitted throuehout and is one
of the most attractive residences in
the city M. D Karr is movinc into
tbe Dack property on Fifteenth and
Olive, and the house which he vaca
tes is being occupied by C S. Raney
who recently purchased it from Capt
Haicht R. W. Hobart is moving
from the Walter Scott house into his
own property which was formerly
occupied by Mrs. Russell-
Saved by Dynamite.
Sometimes, a fiaminc city i saved
by dyuainitinp n space that the fire
can't cro-- Sometimes, a couch hanps
on so lone, vcu feel a.- if uothinp but
dynamite v. .uld cure it . T Gray,
of Calhoun. Lta , writes :"Mv wife bad
a very aggravated conch, which kept
ner awake nignts. Two physicians
could not help ber so she tock Dr.
Kiuc's New Discovery for consump
tion, couphs and coid- which eased
her couph gave ber sleep and finally
cured her " Stnctlv scientific cure
for bronchitis andLaGrippe. AtCbas.
Dark's druc store, price 5.' cents and
$1 guaranteed. Trial bottle tree
FOR SALE I have for sale nice
elm. ash and maple trees suitable for
door yards. Albert btenger.
A BARGAIN A scholarship with
the International Correspondence
School for sale. Write or inquire for
R," care of Journal. tf.
WAXTI.I) CATTLE TO PASTURE.
I hfiv. pasinre for :&ki cattle. Run
nicir writer, tiad plenty of salt.
:;tw Columbus. Nb.
For fine corn fed meat co to M.
FOR SALE. A fine second hand
organ, same as new. Must be sold at
once Inquire Journal office. tf.
All kinds of fresh and salt meats at
Kersenbrock A: Burke's.
Otto Zuelow, tbe Schuyler tailor
! ha a large stock of woolens for the
. spring trade.
j GEESE FEATHERS 2r, pounds
' new geese feathers for sale cheap
i Ind Phone 2;.W. Geo. Randall, tf
1 Dr E. E. Nauman. Dentist, 13th St
Ladies Wanted Monthly salary for
writing at home. No canvassin2 or
other wore This is no fraud. Mrs.
Alma Walters, f.i E. 75th street,
Chicago, 111. Send stamps for jfull
For fresh fish and oysters go to M.
Milwaukee and return June lu t.-!-.
Return limit July 25th. Rate, one
fare plus fifrv cents.
Cleared for Action.
When the body is cleared foractior,
by Dr. King's New Lite Pills, you
can tell by the bloom of health on the
cheeks ; the brightness of the eyes ;the
firmness of the flesh and mnscles : the
buoyancy of the mind. Try them. At
Chas. Dack's drug store 25 cents.
Cheap rates one way to California,
Paget Sound and the Northwest coun
try, daily until May lath. Low home
seeker's round trip rates March 21st
to eastern Colorado, the Big Horn Ba
sin and North Platte Valley where
there is an excellent chance of getting
in on the ground floor ahead of the
crowd and pick up bargains in irrigat
EASTERN TRIPS. If yon are con
templating an eastern trip this sprinc
better write me for information. We
will probably be able to offer yon
monev saving saggetions.
L. W.Wakely. Gen. Pass. Agent
L. F. Rector Ticket Agent
BANK EXAMINER TESTIFIES IE
FORE GRAND JURY AT CHICAGO.
INDICATIONS OF INDICTMENTS
Wives of Two Employes cf Swift &
Co. Placed Under Bond of $10,000
Each Held as Witnesses in Case
They Are Needed.
Chicago. May 16. Members of the
federal grand jury Investigating the
business affairs of the beef packing
industries learned all the details of
the manner in which officials of the
Aetna Tradins company kept their
books. This company, it is said, was
the means by which the packers sup
posed to form the beef trust transact
ed their secret business. National
Bank Examiner Stareck. who for
nearly two mouths has been 6tudying
over tbe books found iu the six trunks
taken from the First National bank
building safety deposit vaults, has
completed his task and was before the
inquisitors. Through these books
found in the trunks, it is asserted t-at
the secret ystem of the Aetna Trad
ing company has been revealed and
all persons connected with the opera
tion of the company are known.
Mrs. Richard W Howes, wife of
the manager of the casins department
of Swift &: Co.. and Mrs. Irvine A.
Vant. wife oi the assistant treasurer
for the same concern, were placed
under $10,000 bonds each. The bonds
are to insure the presence of the two
women in Chicago as witnesses in the
event that indictments are returned
by the grand jury.
SAYS FIGURES DECEIVED GARFIELD
Omaha Packer's Man Declares Profit
on Steer is $8-
Omaha, May 1C. That the packers,
by a peculiar method of bookkeeping
and by juggled figures, deceived Com
missioner Garneld into the belief that
the profit nn-a beef steer did net ex
ceed 9S cents, is the published state
ment of a confidential man iu a South
Omaha packing concern. The actual
profit, he declared, is IS.
Comparative tables are given, show
ing the debit and credit accounts on a
bunch of seventy-one cattle actually
sold in South Omaha Friday. The
first table shows tbe figures as they
appear on the packers' books and in
the second table, tbe figures are re
vised to show the actual values. The
differences appear in charge for labor,
which is declared in the second table
to be 75 cents per carcass, instead of
52.75. as in the first, and in credits for
the byproducts. According to the
packers' figures, tbe offal is credited
at C5 cents per carcass, whereas, the
mar. declares, "one beef liver alone is
worth niort- than the credit allowed for
all th- oSal.'
Prcfsssor Ripley Testifies.
Washington. May 10 William E.
Ripley professor of economics. Har
vard universitj. was before the sen
ate committee on interstate commerce.
Hf claimed that under existing laws
there was nothing to prevent discrim
ination between localities and com
modities. He favored civing the inter
state commerce commission power to
fix rates. George B. Robbins of Chi
cago, president of the Armour Line
company, explained in detail the busi
ness of refrigerator cars. He assert
ed that these car lines were not en
gaged in interstate commerce. The
agitation tending toward the confisca
tion of private cars had deterred his
company from increasing their facili
ties. The Armour car lines did not
now deal in produce, save to a limited
extent in butter, eggs and poultry
The witness denied that the cars were
used to secure rebates.
BAPTISTS WIOGET T06ETHER
Join: Sess.cr. af Northern and South
ern Contentions at St. Louis.
Kansa- City. May 16. One- of the
last acts ; the fiftieth annual gather
ing of the Southern Baptist convention,
which adjourned sine die. was tr.e
adoption of a. resolution lastrtuting
its officers to r-present it in the con
vention of Nnrtnern Baptists at St
Louis, "with a v.-.w of closer tellow
ship." The convention, which will Leuin
at St. Louis today, will be the firs
joint gathering of the two bodies,
representing the Baptis: churches of
the north and south, evr held. It
will, it is said, be the greatest gather
ing of Baptists that has evtr met in
Besides deciding not to chanse its
name and selecting men to manage
its various mission boards for the en
suing year, the convention listened to
several interesting reports on home
missions. One report which aroused
much discussion was that presented
by Dr. C. A. Stakeley of Alabama,
chairman of the special committee
which had investigated the neero
question as it relates to the church.
In the report Dr. Stakeley criticised
tht Baptists for their meager work in
behalf of the negro.
BQWEN INQUIRY IS ON
Minister to Venezuela is Given Copy
of Charges Made by Losmis.
Washington, May 16. The formal
trial of issues between Acting Secre
tary Loomis and Minister Bo wen be
gan here when Boweu presented him
self at the white house, where he was
imrccia-c'.:. received by the president,
who toi.i h:m that as he had como in
ar..- r io h.i rz-ir-ons " would be
pleased to have the minister call at
once upon Secretary Taft. When
Boweu called upon Taft the latter
turned over to him Loomis answer to
the charges and the hitter's counter
charges against Bowen to the effect
that he had instigated the circulation
of unfounded reports against his su
perior officer, involving malfeasance
in office. The secretary advised Bow
en to prepare at once his answer.
Bowen returned at once to his hotel
and began his task.
T. P. A. in Session at Savannah.
Savannah, Ga.. May 16. The na
tional convention of the Travelers'
Protective association was opened
here. The address of welcome was
made by Mayor Herman Myers and
the response by Horace C. Starr of
Indianapolis, president of the T P
Addresses were made bv Congress
man W. G. Brantley of Georgia, J
Rice Smith of Augusta, ex-president of
the T. P. a.; E. W. Dunham of St
louis and Rev. H. T. Wilson of San
Antonio. Tex chaplain of the order.
There are some 700 delegates in at
tendance, representing practically
erxr-Mte in the union.
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Ask the users.
were awarded the
Grand Prize and
Gold Medal, high
est award at
We have sold during the past 15 years
nearly every Gasoline stove made and we
have found that the JEWELS are the only
Gasoline Stoves that do not give us any
trouble. Always stay sold; always ready to
burn; do not need constant repairing or ad
justing and excell any other line in this
class and cost no more. 15 different sizes
and styles to select from.
REFRIGERATORS. We have an excel
lent line. Weather too cold yet to talk this
line oi goods.
The surpassing beauty ot these dis
plays, and there is no doubt that they are
the most interesting of all that we have ever
offered at this season, is due to the effective
ness of the new designs and colors and to
the great number that is being shown.
Many oi the handsomest patterns are exclusive.
An immense showing of India Linens,
Persian Lawns, French Lawns, Nansooks,
Long Cloths, Dimities, Cambrics, Organdies,
Swisses, English Waistings, Pique, Linen,
Shrunk Duck, Linen Finished Cambric. We
can please the most fastidious in our line of
Buy a pair oi our teRough and Ready"
Boy's Seamless Ribbed, Guaranteed Hose.
Misses "Nomend" hose, best made for the
Get your winter stoves out oi the way.
Notify us and we will call and take
down your stoves and store them for
you until you need them. Our prices
Choice list of Lands for sale.
We are prepared to supply tre
spring demand for dwellings
and lots. We have money to
roan on real estate in small or
large amour.:- for from 1 to 10
DONT WASTE GRAIN!
A Cheaply Made Wagon
Will Waste Enough
Grain to Buy a
- .:; not scatter
:. !-n the road w
..--:;.! your bors
We keep or. :n- Latsst and BEST ic
Buggies and Carriages
asr Our liore shoes stick
and don't lame your horses
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Paris, - 1900;
St. Louis, 1904.
ft. M. POST
Attorney : at : Law
DR. GiiflS. fi. PLflTZ
Physician and Surgeon.
P. O. Block Columbus
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This Remedy is a Specific,
Sure to Cive Satisfaction.
CIVES RELIEF AT OMCI.
It cleans, soothes, heals, and prote3 tire
lta. d mes-Drane. It cure Catarrh and
drives a-arav a Gold in the Head qtucklv.
Iiestores the Sensed of Taste and SinelL
Easr to use. Contains no injurious clrusa.
Apphl into the nostrils and absorbed.
Larce Size. 50 cent3 at Drusssta or bj
mail ; Trial Size, 10 cent3 bv mail.
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