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To please the little folks we will give away free several hundred
Doll's Silk Plaited Shirts, made by the manufacturers of Munsing
And to please the grown up folks we will make special prices on
every thing in our store intended especially for the children.
Wc want every little girl in Columbus to come here between 8
and 1 1 on Saturday morning With her Mother or some Grown up
person and bring her doll and get a Silk Plaited Shirt Free, and we
want all the grown up folks to know that we are headquarters lor all
kinds of Children's supplies at prices that defy competition.
SPECIAL OPENING SALE ON UNDERWEAR
have the largest and best assorted stock of low, medium, and high-priced Under
displayed in this city and intend to make prices that will sell the goods early in
If you want warm, comfortable, satisfactory Underwear that is reasonable in
price it will pay you to investigate our stock. We have all kinds
and can please the
pocket book. Buy
Sale Commences Saturday
Morning at 8
Dr. Puiil, dentist.
Dr. Vallier, Osteopath, Barber block.
ProT. Sike, teacher iiiumc. Barber bldg.
Some fiirninhed rooms reasonable.
Good location. Enquire Jonrnat!
Dr. ChiiB. H. Platz, homeopathic phy
siciuti nnil Burgeon, Ktstuflioe building
0)miii of Fine Millinery at
Miss Kelso's Sept 2S ami 2
On Id, don't buy cheap lotions for the
complexion, .lust coax your mothers to
use J Vier Sehuiitl'ti Hour.
Miss Kelso's lor fall ami win
ter head gar Sept. 2S ami 2!l.
Mrs. A. 15. lienhatn of Humphrey re
turned home Thursday utter a visit to
her win W. If. Henhnm.
E. (J. l'.rown of Humphrey was in
town Thursday on li'n return borne from
Cedur Kajuds where he visited bis
parents and hunted wild game.
.Mrs. . I. . I. Sullivan was thrown from
her hoiee Thursday morning while at
tempting to mount, and was consider
ably bruised by the fall, but no further
injuries were Hiistuined.
Editor ,1. 11. Johannes went to Canton
Iowa, Friday, where be attended the as
sociation of German Editors which met
in that city. Ho was accompanied by
HELP WANTED.-1 want B or
people.members of one family preferred,
to top tieata. House rent free. Man
can make $:'. a day. Inquire Jonrnal
John Early went to Lincoln Thursday
to continue his studies at the state
university. Mrs. Early and son Ed. con
tsmplate moving to Lincoln to spend the
winter, but as yet they have not made
any definite plans.
11. E. Babcock returned home Wed
nesday from Chicago where be was on
business about one week. He will leave
this week for a more extended trip to
New York city.
Governor Mickey has appointed Col.
C. 1. Evans of this city among others, to
represent the state of Nebraska at the
fourteenth annual meeting of tbe
association of military surgeons of the
United States held at Detroit, September
2,"i to :!.
Mrs. Lulu Gietzen left Wednesday for
Chicago where she will viBit her sister
Mrs. IVaaleeand study piano music at
the Chicigo Musical College. She will
remain until the holidays, and may re
turn to study next year. Mrs. Peaslee
is also studying music in the same
A. Anderson or our city has been
chosen by Governor Mickey to represent
Nebraska at the eigbtb annual conven
tion of the American Mining Congress
which meets at El Paso, Texas. Novem
ber 14 to IS. Among others chosen are
Hon. W. V. Allen of Madison.
Kev. Munio was in Norfolk Thursday
and Friday attending meeting of the
commute for fie state association of
tl.A (Toii"reg:Kiial church. Charlie
Monroe came home with him from
Humphrey, where ho is employed, and
will visit here and in Omaha before re
David Redpath and two daughters
Misses Margaret and Frances, of Maren
go Hlinois. left Friday for their home
after a visit to their former home near
Shelby, and where Mr. Redpath con
tinues to own his farm. The three have
also visited in Colorado and Wayne,
most fastidious and at prices that will suit every
early, while our assortment of sizes is complete.
Dr. J. E. Paul Dentist.
Smoke Little Dike cigar.
Dr. J. W. Terry, Optican.
Try the Eleventh St. jeweller.
Dr. Mark T. MoMahon. dentist
Journal ads bring remits.
Dr E. U. Naaman, Dentist. 13th St
Miss Edna Welch went to Osceola last
week to visit relatives and friends.
Oonaalt Dr. Terry about your eyes.
Eii Iloare of Platte Center was in Co
G. R. Preib, painting and paper
Diaaumd G. fcami and b icon at Her
Wm. Snell went to Spalding Friday to
spend a few days hunting.
Mrs. Maud Ryllesby and baby re
turned home Friday after a seven week
visit to relatives here.
Phil Wudhsm of Lincoln has accepted
a position in the dry goods department
of the Gray store.
Friday and Saturday, Septemlier 2i)
and CIO. fall opening of millinery at the
J. C. Fill man store.
Frank Becher rame home from
Spalding last week to visit. Frank is in
tbe Galley store at Spalding.
Miss Vesta Slater gave a recital in
Bellwood Thursday evening for her
music pupils. Miss Slater has ten
pupils in music in that village.
Mr. and Mrs. Pancake of Meadley
Ohio arrived in town Thursday on a
visit to Mrs. Mary Early and family.
Mr. Pancake is a cousin of the late
John Early. The visitors are on their
return home from a visit to Denver.
The side rail of tbe engine on the Nor
folk freight broke while on its way down
Thursday, and instead of arriving here
at 7 o'clock, the train came in nt 4
o'clock Friday morning. An engine was
sent up to bring it down.
Mrs. Kate Keboe was in town Friday
on her way to Toronto, Canada, where
she was called by the sudden death of
her brother. The brother died in Eng
land leaving a child one year old, the
mother having died several months ago.
Mrs. Kehoe has been left as guardian of
The public library will be open here
after every afternoon and evening with
the exception of Monday afternoon.
Miss Geer the librarian, remarked that
last week, tbe first week of the new ar
rangement, there were visitors to the
library every day. many of them being
strangers to the city. Besides the borne
papers, tbe Omaha Bee, Harpers Weekly
Literary Digest, Outlook, and many
other magazines may be found free to
the pnblic on the tables.
August Boettcher and Dr. Tiesing
returned Thursday noon from; their
European trip. A telegram received by
Mr. Brodfuehrer Thursday morning.
signed "Emma" announced the return
of these two popular Columbus gentle
men, and a large delegation of friends
were at the station to welcome them
home. From the signature ou the tele
gram, every one inferred that Dr.-Tieeing
had been guilty of matrimony' during
his absence, and they went to ihe train
fully expecting to meet ''Emma," whose
name they believed had impressed itself
on Dr.Tiesing's mind till he signed it to
his missives unconsciously. But they
met the same good natured bachelor
doctor, and he was accompanied only by
bis good friend August Boettcher.
J. C. Fdlman millinery store opening
Friday and Saturday September 29
Airs. E. P. Edwards of Fremont came
up Thursday to visit a few days with her
friend Miss May Stribbling.
The family of Peter Wieberg are
moving this week to Weeping Water,
where Mr. Wieberg has an interest in a
Miss Agnes Altel of Chicago returned
home Friday after a visit to her aunt
Mrs. J. P. Rasmussen and family.
Rev. Ultner returned home Friday
from a visit to Palestine and Tilden. At
the latter place be assisted in revival
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Drake of Newton,
Ia.,arrived Wednesday on a visit to rela
tives. They are the parents of Mrs. J.
W. Marl bis.
Mrs. Lucy Hulst of Omaha and Fred
George of Los Angeles, California were
visiting there sisters Mrs. D. T. Martyn
and Mrs. O. T. Roen last week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. (J. Stocks returned to
Genoa last Thursday after several
months sojourn in Wisconsin. Mr.
Stocks who is president of the Genoa
National Rank and one of Genoa's lead
ing citizens, was forced about a year
ago, on account of rheumatism, to give
up his residence in Genoa and seek
warmer climes. He went to Los Angeles
for the winter and decided to locate
there permanently. His trip to Genoa
at this time is to arrange bis business
affairs so as to leave for Los Angeles in
about two weeks.
Mrs. A. Heints and Mrs. C. J. Garlow
entertained the ladies' mnsical Friday
evening in honor of Mrs. Dr. Peterson of
RadcliiT Iowa, nt the home of Mrs.
lleintz. The evening was passed in
listening to selections of musio from
ladies of the musical of which Mrs.
Peterson was formerly a member, and
Mrs. Peterson also delighted the guests
with several selections. Airs. Peterson
and hor daughter left Saturday for tboir
home after several weeks visit here. Dr.
Peterson and son returned home Thurs
day. Mrs. Diademn Harvey died Wednes
day at her home on North Quincy street
after an illness of nearly two years from
complications caused from rheumatism
and dropsy. Mrs. Harvey was born
Christmas day in the year 1819 in Wis
consin. She came to Nebraska in 18W,
residing on a homestead near Benton
until 1881 when she moved to Columbus.
Tbe deceased was married to James A.
Stoddard in Vineland, New Jersey .where
in her early girlhood her parents resid
el. In 1874 she married Edward
Harvey, who survives her. Funeral
services were held Friday afternoon at
tjie home, Rev. Ulmer of the Baptist
church having charge, after which the
remains were buried in the Columbus
Tom Czarnick, the young man who
got away from the sheriff about six
weeks ago, was Gned S50 and costs,
amounting to Sfifi. in JnoVe IL-ittermnn'a
I court Monday. It will be remembered
that Czarnick, who resides with his
parents near Duncan, -was found bv
Game Warden Carter about six weeks
ago, with fifteen prairie chickens in his
posession. After some difficulty he was
arreetedand placed in jail, and on ac
count of his innocent appearance and
youth, (he is about eighteen years old)
he was allowed to walic around the
court yard without a guard, and taking
advantage of this liberty he skipped
ont, and only a few days ago was found
by Sheriff Carrig working on a farm
near Fullerton. Dan Bray, deputy
State Warden, represented the state in
the suit against Czarnick.
Dr. J. W. Terry
who for the past eight years has
been making regular visits to
Columbus, has opened one of the
Best Equipped Optical Ofliiees
) The West
in the front rooms over Pollock
& Co.'s Drug Store. Will be in
Columbus offices Sunday, Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday of
each week. Spectacles and eye
glasses scientifically fitted and
repaired. Eye Glasees adjusted
to any nose.
BUY OR SELL
WE WILL DO THE WORK
SATISFACTORILY FOR YOU
Advertise your property. No sale no chaw.
The system pays railroad fare to buyers. FiirnMi
the best bargains in Farm. Businesses, etc.. in
America. County manaKors wanted. Send, pic
ture, ace. wferencfti. etc. Write for Buyers'.
Sailers or Managers plans.
Great UiiM Land Agency Systen,
O l 096. GelumfcUS. Nek (Center of U. S.)
Eugene Halm was in Fullerton Tues
day. Born, to Mrs. Wm Brewer September
16, a son.
Attorney Cookingham of Humphrey
was in town Monday.
Boys, buy your cigars and candy at
Smith's, opposite U. P. deot. tf
Kev. Henry Zinnecker baa been trans
ferred from Beaver Crossing to Bellwood
by Bishop Hamilton.
Ben Walters moved his family to
Omaha Monday where he will hereafter
make his home.
G. H. Grubb, painting and decorat
ing country or city. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Try me. Ind. phone 874.
HOUSES FOR RENT We navo a
desirable line of houses for rent.
Becher Hockenberger and Chambers.
Chas. Evans now of Blackfoot, Idaho,
formerly a Columbus resident, visited
his brother Dr. W. S. Evans Monday
POSITION WANTED.-By middle
aged woman. Competent to do nil
kinds of housework. Can furnish ref
erences. Inquire at Journal.
With every (lets worth of school sup
lies you purchase at Seth Braun's you
get a chance to draw a valuable prize
among the articles displayed in bis .show
Mrs. George Phillips left yesterday for
Morrison Illinois where she went to
visit her sister Mrs. Keller. Mrs. Keller
has been seriously ill for several months
HELP WANTED. I want .1 or
people members of one family preforred
to top beets. House rent 'free. Man
can make 3 a day. Inquire Journal
Procrastination is the thief of time.
Don't pnt it off. Have your house in
sured now. Have your accounts col
lected before they are outlaw. Call
on G. N. McElfresh. wtf.
The charivari snit from Ilntler town
ship, brought before Judirc ltattcrinan
by George Soukop, charging several
young men in the neighborhood with
dninnge to property etc., was dismissed
Monday, the defendants settling the cae
by paying 824 and costs.
Dr. Terry, tbe Omaha Rye Specialist,
has opened one of the bert equipped
optical offices in the west, over Pol
lock and Co's drug store. Will be in
his Columbus office Sunday, Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday, of each week.
Spectacles and eye glasses scientifi
cally fitted. Consultation free.
3 udge Batterman has issued marriage
licenses to the following parties during
the past week: Francis Lee, of Leigh
and Miss Frances Dnpsky of Stanton ;
Michael Jasveatz and Pelagin Ilnzynski
both of Columbus; John Haesler and
Bertha Dlcke both of Richland. The
first named couplo were married by
Judge Batterman, the 25th.
Altba Saltz, a yonng farmer of
Meadow Grove, aged twenty-five, was
shot and killed by his bird dog three
miles north of that place Monday.
Starting for a hunt, he sat in the wagon
with the barrel of his shotgun poked
into bis left side. He called the dog
and the animal leaped into tbe wagon,
ripping Ihe trigger and sending a load
of shot into Saltz's heart which killed
Michael Jaziewiec and Miss Pelagia
Burzynski both of this community were
married Sunday morning in the Catholic
church at 9 o'clock. Tbe ceremony was
unusually pretty, the bride, who was
beautifully attired in a white silk and
wearing a long veil, was accompanied by
eight maids, and the groom was ac
companied by the same number of his
gentlemen friends. Two little girls, a
ring bearer and flower girl, led the pro
cession from the school building to tbe
church. The Polish choir and orchestra
furnished music for- the occasion, and
Father Theobold performed the marriage
ceremony. The wedding party went
to the home of the brides parents six
miles east of town, where festivities
were held all day Sunday and Monday.
.. "'"in n-
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Krnst are visiting
the Walter lUillcr family near Cedar
Kupids. this week.
It-iy Reynolds, a Fullerton grocer t;is
in the city yesterday on Ins way homo
from Wayne, where ho nttcuded the
c uity fair.
John G. Eicm:in from near iine:ui,
one of tho old settlers of his community
was in the city yesterday for the first
time since July.
Denny Roberts or Platte Center the
worst roaster in .seven states and ihe
worst ball crank in eleven slides crime
to ru the game Sunday.
Re sure yon will got tho correct hat of
the reason if you purchase it at lUrr.
Ia's. Opening Thursday, Friday, sunl
Saturday, Sept, 2S-2!) :U), al Mrs. Jays'.
.Toe Kula, a Polk county boy residing
S)iithof Columbus departed Saturday
for Omaha where he will complete his
last course at college there before graduating.
If you want a fit j lish hat and the cor
rect thing at prices to suit, you will find
just that Mrs. Jay's. Opening Thurs
day. Friday and Saturday, Sep. t!S,2
Olga Oohlrich was walking on
crutches Saturday for the first time
since tho accident in Ju!y, when she
sustained a broken limb and numerous
Rutland Dusfcll left Wednesday of
last week for Los Angeles, Calif , where
he will remain for an indofinate time, in
the hope of liiiding relief from rheuma
tism, from which he lia-i been a severe
sufferer for seend years.
The three month old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard RaumgHrtner living in the
south part of town, died Thursday at
1 o'clock from summer complaint, after
two days illness. The funeral service
was held in the Catholic church Satur
day at 10 o'clock a. m.
Wilhelm Lnnge, Fred Rehlen, Wii
Hum Alhers and Henry Wilkens re
turned Saturday from the west. They
visited points in Montana, Idaho, Wash
ington nnd Oregon including the exposi
tion. They report themselves as well
pleased with their trip.
Miss Margurite Willard loft Sunday
for l)es Moines la., where she will con
tinue her study of pianoforte music
under Prof. Henrich Pftzner. She was
accompanied as far as Omaha by her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Willard,
who will visit relatives for a few days-
W. H. Thomas of El Paso, Texas, ar
rived yesterday to visit his mother and
brother south of the river. His wife
has been hero several weeks, called by
the serious illness of Mr. Thomas's
mother who is now much improved.
Mr. Thomas is a conductor on one of
the southern railroads.
Mrs. Nash of Elkhart Indiana, sany
'Not Aslinined of Jesus" beautifully,
in the Methodist church Sunday morn
ing. Mrs. Nabli, who is visiting for
several weeks at the home of her
daughter Mrs. W. M. McCorkle, has a
conservatory of music in her home
town, and was in former jears one of
the leading hinders ami teachers of voice
Hero we are again with our WbiteSilk
llaudUerchief brand of Pennsylvania
Irani coal the same kind wo had last
year Genuine Lehigh and Scranton
the host coal in the woilil. Price S10.."i0
per ton at our shed. I'laeeyour orders
before the pi ice advances. We carrj a
large .stock of coal coal ol all kinds
and for all purposes coal to burn. Come
4t C. A. Srnirp.
A Davenport, Iowa paper, in a write
up of tho Ilarmonie Society recital givs
the following well deserved praiso to
Prof. Poole, who is well known to our
readers; Mr. Alvin Poole, tho talented
violinist, made his initial appearance
hero yesterday and created a decidedly
favorable impression with his selection,
Mr. Poole has located in Davenport and
is meeting with a cordial reception in
A copper dagger, highly wrought with
figures, and evidently of great age, was
found in the hank of the Hyde Park
Rrook in St .Joseph last Monday. The
dagger is made of beaten copper, and is
not particularly a dangerous weapon, as
it i-. so soft that it can bo bent with the
lingers. Tho middlo of the blade is
decorated with human and animal
figures in relief. Tho handle terminates
in a dragon'B head. A serpent is coiled
around tho hilt. Tho figures are skill
fully and artistically made. Tho dagger
shows too much skill to bo the work of
Indians, but would hardly be tho weapon
of a people that understood the temper
ing of steel, henco tho origin is in doubt
For hard coal, furnace
coal and all kinds of soft
coal. Newman &Jtfelcb.
The Union Pacific Railroad has just
issued an illustrated booklet on the
Lowis and Clark Centennial, which is a
complete guide to Portland, tho K-Msi-tion
and the Pacific Northwest generally
It tells you of the shortest way to reach
tho Exposition City, what is to be seen
en route, nnd of the return trip though
Thos-o who intend to vhit the Great
WVfteren Fair will find in this publica
tion a rare fund of information.
Send two cent stamp in your request
and the book will be mailed you prompt
W. H. Benham.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tie KM You Han Always Bnght
This plate shows
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"Eaton" Sack Suit and a front view of our
"Lipton" Sack Suit and a glimpse of our Sin
gle Breasted Overcoat.
nil i aPTHIIII YfllSeaHJwitulaaaw
ti i-il E iaVcaaalal
Lipton Suits in Fancy Colors and Mack $10 to 15.00
Eaton Suits in Nobby Patterns and Shapings $12 to 10.50
Friend made olotlies make friends Every Suit Guaranteed to
be free from defects in every particular.
Also a complete line f DliV
CLOTHING, CLOAKS, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, (JAIV, S1IOKS ami CARPETS to select from. Don't fail
to.-eeour NEW FALL LINE
for your infection.
J. H. GALLEY,
505 11th Street.
Agents For The
By amendment of Section 70 of
chapter 1 1, article 1 of the compiled
Statutes ot Nebraska, all persons sub
ject to Labor Tax mnst perform two
days labor on streets or commute tho
labor bv payment, of two dollars(J)
in cash to tbe city Treasurer.
A. W. Clark,
Chairman com. on Streets andGrados.
Henry Ragatz & Co.
Staple and Fancy
Lamps and Glassware
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of fine
TEAS AND COFFEES ot which
we have a splendid assortment
always on hand.
We have just received some early ar
rivals in Fancy Japanese, French and
German China, suitable for presents.
We buy the best the market affords in
Large Quantities. If you trade with us
you will be satisfied both in quality and
Henry Rapz & Co
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An attractive topographical map, in
colors, giving a comprehensive idea of tbe
country on and tributary to the Coluni
hia River. This map is in folder form,
on the reverHe side contains an interest
in; description of tbe Columbia River
route. Copies Bent free by E. Ij. LO
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