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Aperfecl Remedy forCoastipa
fion, Sour Stonach.Diarrinca
and Loss of Sleep.
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Crouton subscribers may jmy sub-crijlion It
Sjdiu-y Kistiu.mat the Oraton 1'hiir.uacy. -f
yon havM anytiiiutu btij nr wll, we Mr. Kai-t-inau
ami let him advertise it in tho leadii:e
(taierof 1'l.tttu coiitny. Journal .ulc hlwa)tli
Ui biir-iiu.-,. .dvertii-e in our Imai- ihit
ri:t. Su. iiliniit that with journal advertis
EXACT COPT Or WRAPPER.
Takt tht Burliigfin fnm Cilumbus to
Portland. Seattle. Tacoma and Return. (Direct Routes, Daily from MayM 445.00
Portland and Return, (One Way via California. May 23.24.25. 211.20. SI. Jure 1.2. 6.
23. 14. 15. 10. 23. 24. 27. 2S. 29. 30, July 1. 2. 3, C. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 23, 2f. 27. Aildi-
' tionaldatesin August and September 6 00
San Francisco. Los Angeles and Return. (Direct Routes) Aliove Dates 56.00
San Francisco. Los Angeles and Return. (Direct Routes) May 2!'. CO. 31, June 1. Aug
ust 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. October 17. 18. 19. Tti. 21 50.0O
These rate apply over the liurlititons direct line l Penvcr, thence
through Scenic Colorado and Salt Lake city.
Also over the Burlington-Northern I'acitic direct nntthwot route to J'tiget
Sound and Portland.
The most comprehensive tour of the I'aciiic cat, including California,
Shasta lloute, Portland Exposition, IMijret Sound cities, W:ihiir'tMi and
Montana can be made usinjr the various Iturlinton Main Lino.
The Iturlington i.s the only line by which on can take in the l?l:ik Hills.
and Big Horn country in connection with tlii-. ttip with no additional expense
Daily through I'ullman Standard SIecpei to San Franico via Denver,
Scenic Colorado ana Salt Lake.
Apply to the undersigned for I'ttitlnnd Expedition folder,
California folder, Tourit cM-arMim folder, for berths', inform
ation, ticket", etc.
Describe your proposed trip and let me advie jou the least
cost and the bct way to make it.
L. F. SECTOR, Age Columbus, Nebr.
OREISEN BROS. KS
E A. Jinn"'. M. IJ. I'hjswinn anil Hiir
sieon. Call piomply nnwtreil day and
"( to L ite For Liist Week.)
Sdney Eastman went to Omaha
Tuesday to buy holiday ynods for the
CroRton Pharmacy. Mrs. Eastman went
to Pi!- I to visit lier parents who will
return to England in about three weeks,
Bruce Webb who was uotuiualed for
slier: IT by tho republicans is a euro
winner. It is only a ijuctition of how
many Injures it will take- to xprcn his
majority. He will carry this part or the
H. G. MORRIS, M. D.
Call Creston Pharmacy.
Calls promptly answered bay or night.
Dr. and Mrs. H G. Morris, who return
ed last week from their wedding trip,
were triven a royal and somewhat oriental
reception by their many friends.
A tailor made suit ordered by a one
hundred and fifty pounder but cut for a
three hundred pounder may not lit, but
thnt is what Sydney Eastman ran up
against this week.
Creston won another 1,'iiaie from
Howells Sunday by a score of 11 to (5.
Ch'irlie Sharraris running the Creston
Pharmacy in Sydney Eastman's absence.
We are headquarters lor
everything in Drug sun
dries, Paints, Wall Paper
and Painter's Supplies.
Prescriptions a specialty
g jv j,gg. 'SSvt-S'$'Sh-$-$Sv$'
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Wagner returned
Thursday from their wedding trip.
The Creston Pharmacy has installed
a new S240 cigar case.
Geo. Perkins of David City, a Spanish
war veteran, was visiting his comrade,
Sydney Eastman, last week.
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
A Cream of Tartar Powder,
free from alum or phos-
aOVAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK,
$1600 bays say Oolasabus property
2 blocks soath of tbe Coert Hoaae.
Please ooauaaBicate direct and make
an offer. Possession can be had at any
time desired by purchaser. Address
2621 CapitDl Ave:, Omaha, Nebr.
iw Olof Johnson.
40) Acres for Sale.
We have 400 acres of fine farming land
one mile west of Creston which will.be
sold at public auction at the court house
at Columbus. Nebr., Saturday, Sept. 150,
at 2 p. m. Kuper & Wurdemau. 3t
May weddings are supposed by many
persons to be? unlucky. It is a heritage
from the ancient Romans. A May
bride, says Ovid, is short lived, his
explanation being that the mouth in
cluded the celebration of the I.omuria
in honor of the dead. Apart from any
evil omen, such a time of mourning
would interfere with the bathing and
toilet arrangements that were proper
preliminaries to weddings. Plutarch
suggests that, as April was the mouth
of Venus and June that of Juno, to se
lect May was to slight those nuptial
coddesscs and that June, as the mouth
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an,l Mr Unll w:n inm..t ,Q !.! ; ! H uu? J uuH U""1'" .-i... -
.u ;,7 , I to May. the mouth of the old (maiores).
the iHoo.1 River country. j . lvWK lnalas nwIo nubere vul-
Mrs. M. Vanderhoof. ttccompanied by i ,ts ait" (there is a popular saying thr.t
her daughter, Mrs. Clara Hn: ton. arrived- wicked women wed In May) was in-
from South Hend. Ind.. yefterday. on n! scribwl on the gate of Holyrood when
visit to hor son. Sato Vanderhoof. ! Mary. nieen of Scots, married Both-
m. , . ,, - ,r- . I well in May, 1357. What followed
Three of our fancy stock nosersVictor gtrwigtIieilcd ScottUh belief In May's
neeu, uiih. neeier anu veo. x. viarK, iiuluckiuejss
made purchasee of line stock which was
on exhibition at tho state fair. Each of
these gentlemen bought n prize hog to
add to his herd.
A. Powell bought the Robert Kennedy
residence property on Second street last
Saturday at n trustee's sale. Considera
Rev. A. S. Becklnnd left Tuesday to
attend the Nebraska Conference of the
Swedish Lutheran church. He will visit
his daughters, Ruth and Esther, who un
attending the Lutheran academy at
Wahoo, before he returns.
Our Midsummer Sale is now going
on. We are offering Goods at prices
lower than ever.
For instance, Our line of Clothing
which is excelled by none in the City,
we knock off 20 on our Summer
For instance, Our line ol Summer
Shoes we knock off 20.
Besides, we offer many specialties
in Gent's Furnishing Goods.
Our Shirt Sale at 39c has caused
much comment. t There never were
such bargains sold anywhere. Come
The Goods must go. We need the
room tor Fall Goods.
llob't Anderson lost a valuable colt
one day this week.
A son was born on Wednesday to Mr.
and Mrs. Dubrary.
Miss Amanda Nelson of Monroe is
employed at the home of A. O. Pearson
A number of our people attended a
tent show at Genoa Wednesday evening.
We have seen things that were not of the
best order before, but for an absolute,
downright sell this aggregation is
certainly entitled to the cup.
During the storm early Thursday
morning lightning struck a stack of oats
belonging to John Lawson, but owing
to the grain being wet, it did not blaze
out until along in the forenoon. Neigh
bors saw the lire and by diligent work
prevented its spreading to tbe other
stacks. The grain was insured.
Mrs. Smith Maney and daughter, Miss
Ella, returned from their trip to the
Pacific Coast Tuesday. They visited
Spokane, Portland, Pasadena, Oal., and
Denver. Mr. Maney met them at Denver,
but owing to some misunderstanding
were compelled to return by different
Mr. Vint Plnmmer and Miss Ellen
Lawson drove down to Colnmbus on
Thnrsdav and were married. The bride
is n daughter of Mr. John Lawson, and
has lived here all her life, while the
groom is a young man who recently
came horn from Missouri, and is employ
ed on the farm of Rob't Anderson.
District 44 and Vicinity.
We have had more than an abundance
of rain here since the tirst Monday in
September since which time there has
been but two days suitable for threshing
Cattle on pasture are independent and
seem to lie faring sumptuously.
Five threshing machines standing
helpless in the mud in this neighborhood
waiting for mud to stiffen.
Our teacher. Miss Uensley, is having
a sorrowful time getting to and from her
school, driving out daily from the city,
in an open rig and often hitting a heavy
shower of rain both ways, all of which
At the recent meeting at Schuyler of
the old settlers of Colfax Co. Mr. and
Mrs. James Haney of Colfax Co. were
awarded a prize for being the oldest
married conple with the longest .con
tinued residence in above county. Every
one was there, old and young, from Jos
Haney to Geo. Drinnin.
Miss Annie Herring returned one day
last week from Chicago and the sonth,
where sne has been visiting for the past
Evelyn Drinnin is making arrange
ments to take a trip up to Holt Co. to
visit with her sister Plessie who lives at
Winter wheat that was sown 10 days
ago. is now two inches high, and every
kernel producing a plant. Rut on ac
count of the recent heavy rains there
has been no planting done yet this I
Of Round Trip Rates
Chicago and return, on sale daily 8-000
St. Louis and return, on sale daily IS 2f
Portland, Seattle, and Tacoma.and
letnrn, on sale daily
Portland. Tacoma and Seattle and
return. o:ih way via California,
on sale Si-pt 7 "JS mid 21
San Francisco iim! Ls Angeles and
A ! 4 V . A. l WjVSkfk
I rvinrn, on mic uci io to .: iuuj
Salt Lake and Ogdcti, Utah, and
I return, on sale daily :5050
Cody, Wyo., Black Hills and Hot Sp'gs.
S. D., approximately half rates all
Low One-way Colonist rates to Califor
nia and Northwi-t So t. 1.1 to Oct. ;tl
J Cheap Home.secki-r'r; i.-i t-s in manv di
rections first and tciid Tuesdays of
u you win can or wiuo it win ue a
pleasure to advise yon about rates, train
service, to reserve yon a berth, and to
try to make your trip a- comfortxble one.
L. F. Rectok. Agent C.B AQ.Ry.
Philadelphia, Penn., and return. One
fare plns2 00. On sale Sept 11th, 15th
Cheap rates daring the summer to
Chicago, Milwaukee and WalnkiBha,
Wis., St. Panl., Minneapolis and
Dnlnph, Minn.. Mackinac Island and
Mackinaw Oity, Mich , Deadwood,
Lead and to Hot Springs S. D., and
other places Wii onsin and Minnesota
J. A. Kuhn, A. G. F. & P. A.
1201 Farnham St.. Omaha, Neb.
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to thm oowa with the pare raw oil.
WHEREVER WE HAVE NO AGENT. YOUR OWN DEALER WILL X
'KHtLOCH" FOR YOU. IF SHOWN THIS AD.. BY WRITING DIRECT T0
KINLOCH PAINT COMPANY. ST. LOUIS MO.
E. A. Stockslager, of Santa Anna, Cal.,
was in Lindsay on business last Monday.
Arthur Connelly, son of William Con
nelly, and Miss Mary Walters of Albion,
were married in Albion on Tuesday of
this week, Father Crawley officiating.
The Newman Grove schools have
been temporarily closed on account of
scarlet fever, one of tbe teachers lieing
taken with the disease. A strict quar
antine is maintained and it is not thought
that any more cases will develop.
Last Tueslay at the John Albracht
homestead in the SL Bernard neighbor
hood ocenred the wedding of Elizabeth
Albracht to Christ J. Schaefer. These
young people are deservedly popular
and many friends were present, from
both town and country, to wish them
well. The Opinion congratulates.
Eric Brodboll returned Tuesday from
South Dakota. He says that is a great
country of activities and mnch money
making, the principal business being tbe
Felling of peruna to the indians and
pulling strangers' legs for seventy-fivr
("ents for fifteen-cent meals.
Mrs. Frank Soderberg of Omaha is
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kiernan visited
the family of Shell Clarks Sunday.
Mrs. O. L. Dodds, Mrs. W. E. Curry
and children left for Red Oak, Towa Sat.
to visit their parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. B. Welch was taken to St.
Mary's Hospital Sat.
Mt. Pleasant school commenced Ia6t
Mondny, Miss Mabel Tompson, teacher.
Hotice to Defendant.
William Hnston will take notice,
that on the Tth day of Angnst 11)0.1,
Wm. O'Brien, a Justice of the Peace
of Colnmbns, Platte County, Ne
braska, issaed an order of attach
ment for the snm of $14.1)0. in an
action pending before him. wherein
Herman Kersenbrock is plaintiff and
William Hnston defendant, that prop
erty of the defendant, consisting of
one iron bed, one bed spring, one
matrass, one dresser and one commode
has been attached nnder said order.
Said cause wac continued to the 2.1th
dar of September 1905, at i o'clock
a. m. Herman Kersenbrock
By O. N. McElfresh, His Attorney.
is the only
High Grade Powder
offered to the
consumer at a
It should not be
the cheap, low
on the one hand,
nor the high priced
trust powders on
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4, Atlantic Expreee
8. North 1'lntte Local
. 10, Putt Mail i. ...
B, Eattrn KxprewN
2. Overland Limited
M. Local Freight
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. 11, Colo. SoociiU
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ALBION ANU SCAI.MNli IIIl.N:lI.
No.ai. Patenter J2T i. iu.
No. 7tt, Mixed 7iUa. :n.
No. 32, PafwenRer 12r j. m
No. 80, Mixed o:0) j in
Norfolk (MtmienKer tniinn rnn tinily.
No trains on Albion and pul.itns tmuioi
All main line pnswuor train- daily.
mt. 11. Mkmiam. Aui
in one body in Nance
county just bought; has
four sets of buildings.
Never on the market
before. It wilt be cut
up to suit purchaser.
Time Ta! "SS?s
Bt. Louis and all
points Eaat and
Salt Lake City
and ali poi:i;t
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No. 22 PaBaenger, daily except Similar . 7 IU h. :
No. 32 Accommodation, daily oxivpt
Hftorday 4:30 p. :i'
No. 21 Paaaenger, daily except Hurxiay. 8:.r.O p. i
No. 31 Accommodation, daily except
Urnday ........ ..................... 1:30 p.r:
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CIIICHKSTEU CHRMICAI. CO.
iICO Sutilion .iu:ir-. I'Hli.. 1A.
3Ieiil!ou this papar.
A LAUD Of WONDERS.
Tke SigataeerFiads Many Thiugft oi
Iatoreat ia California.
California has nnmerous natural
briuges, caves, etc. of no little interest.
The Mamoth Cave of Cul.iver.is, dib
covered by miners in ISoO; the Aiabtistei
Cave; the Crystal Palace Cave, contain
ing a number of attnictive btibterranean
appartments, such as the bridal Cham
ber, tbe Chrystul Palace Room. Acuri-
onsappartment called Music Hall, where
tbe deposits of aqueous origin not otilv
take the form of organ pipes, sounding
boards etc., but emit, when struck, must-
calsonudsand vibrations. .Near this cave
are two natural bridges winch the tour
ist can visit and return to the railroad
within half an hour. The only natural
way to reach these scenes of interest is
via "The Overland Limited, ljoute,"
comprising the Union Pacific and South
ern Pacific, now realy one line. The
only line running through trains to San
Francisco from Omaha, its fast trains
arriving sixteen hours ahead of all com
petitors. Pamphlats and maps describ
mg the wonders of California, and fin
information about the most contfortabf
and direct route to the Pacific Coats.cnn
be obtained of E. L. Lomns, G. P. ,v
T. A. Omaha. Xeb.
Waw .r ifiv M
iiLY'3 Cream Balm
This Remedy is a Specific,
Sure to Civo Satisfaction.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cle.m-e-, soothe, heals, and protects tho
di-;-:i'(l laeiuhnme. It cares ('atarrh and
ilrives away a C'ld in tli- Head (om-kly
Uestonvt tho Sense-' of Tanto and SmelL
rLusy t ut". Contain- no injurious drag-.
Apjdied into tho nostrils and ahsorlted.
Iiiirgu Si. .r)D cents at Iruggits or ly
mail; Trial Size, 10 ccnt3 by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St., New York.
Hard Coal A &
Ract Piannwltranl TTaixl final 4IO nrt I aVal SBBal
m-.wv . UD..UM. .n.u vv., ""
at yards. Newman and Welch. It
Kf THE NEW IDEA m THE ORIGINAL LAXATiVE HM G 0 U 6 !! SYRUP
Hues tbe Bowels Best for Children mk Kl R:d cier B!csn en Erery sdtie
Sold by Chas. H. Dack, Druggist.
drtUgds bright s disease
Many people who are neglecting symptoms of kidney trouble, hoping "it will wear away," are
drifting towards Bright's Disease, which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms.
F nin the Advnnrc
Ifev. L.ir?nn of Swedlmnr lectured at
t5:e Salem Luthenn church Monday eve
ning in the interest of foreign mission
Mrs. E. C. Davis returned home yester
day from St. Mary,s hospijal at Col
umbus where she had been for a short
time at the bed side of her brother.
Frank Sharp, who was taken there last
week injured by tbe accidental dicharge
of a shot gun.
stops Irregularities, strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the worn-out tissues
of the kidneys so they will perform their functions properly. Healthy kidneys strain out
the impurities from the blood as it passes through them. Diseased kidneys do not, and
the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body,
causing dizziness, oacKacne, siomacn irouoic, siuggiu avw, iucuku audi c action, etc.
If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder Trouble commence taking FOLEY'S
KIDNEY CURE at once, as it will cure a slight disorder in a few days and prevent a
fatal malady. It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system.
Row to Fhssf Ort.
Tea caa casirdetenaiae if joar kidaejs an
oat of oraer Dy setaoc asaic tor 24 aoara a
bottle of the ariae passed apoa arisiag If
apoa rrsadastiea it is doady or arilky or kaa
abrkk-dast scdaaeat or satall particles foot
aboat ia it, voar kidneys are diseased, and
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURB aaoald be takes
. B. aarluMTsjatifsM After Fotsr Yoawa.
G. B. Borhans of Carlisle Center, N. Y., writes:
Aboat four years ago I wrote you atatlng that I bad beea entirely
cared of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of
Foley's Kidney Core. It entirely stopped the brick-dust sediment and
1 ana symptoms 01 aianey ai sense aisappearea. I am clad to say that
have never bad a return of any of those symptoms during the four
ana I am evidently curcdtamvrur ..
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years that have elapsed, and I am evidently cured to stay cured
heartily recommend Foley's Kidney Cur to any eea auaaria
kUu or i - unable.
Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Hall left Tuesday
for Overton on a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rengler and family.
R. T. Wilson accompanied them and he
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