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C A SHSTORE
Economical stove buyers will find at this store an array of money
sariug opportunities. Stoves are our specialty. Years of experience and
fair dealing are back of our guarantee. You will save money, soal and
trouble if you nv of us. We are the sole agents for the GENUINE
BOUND OAK HEATER and the ROUND OAK STEEL RANGES and
COLES HOT BLAST, also the QUICK MEAL STEEL RANGE. You
will settle the stove question right if you do your purchasing here. We
prepay the freight.
The oaly SsaMary Boaster;
eoraen. A easy to clew ass
Can you afford to sacriBce comfort and
health for lees than 1-2 cent per hour?
That is all it costs to use a carriage
heater and be comfortable. One brick
of coal burns for IS hours. Price per
dozen bricks 75c. Carriage heaters
from $2.00 up.
RED JACKET CIDER Our many customers of last
season will recall that fine rich flavor which no other
cider has but the RED JACKET, owing to the strictest
sanitary conditions surrounding its manufacture and only
the perfect, fruit selected. Nothing but the pure unadul
terated juice of the apple.
Dr. Paul, dentist.
Dr. Vallier, Osteopath, Barber block.
Prof. Sike, teacher music Barber bldg!
G. R. Preib, painting and paper
Diamond O. hams and bacon at Her
WANTED: Good blacksmith for
oity work. L. SHCKEIBER.
Wanted A good girl for general house
work, four in family. Call at this office.
Dr. C. V. Campbell, Dentist with Dr. i
Lueschen, Arnold's old stand. Olive st.
Girls, don't bny cheap lotions for the
complexion. Just coax your mothers to
use Peter Schmitt's Hour.
The Misses Martha and Alfreda Post
will entertain the Toung Peoples'
card elnb Wednesday evening.
G- H. Grnbb. painting and decorat
ing oomntry or city. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Try me. Ind. phone 874.
Mark Rathburn has bought the lot
of Henry Ragatz. jr.. next to the cor
ner on E 14th where Mr. Rathburn
will build in the spring.
If you want a dour with all the nu
tritious pari of the wheat buy GOLD
DUST made by Columbus roller mills.
Procrastinatiou is the thief of time.
Don't pmt it off. Have your house in
sured now. Hav.e your accounts col
lected before they are outlaw. Oall
on O. N. MoElfresh. wtf.
Mrs. F. H. Rusche entertained a
host of her lady friends Friday after
noon at her home. A delicious two
course luncheon was served.
T. H. Beck of Schuyler, millwright
for Wells-Abbott-Nieman Co , was in
tea city, -today enroute for Genoa,
Spaldhug-and Primrose to look after
their, elevators at those places.
The west wall of one of the brick
kilns at the Kurt-Nichols Brickyards,
caved in Monday morning imprison
ing one of the teams, but did no
other damage than badly bruising one
of tfce horses. Fortunately the men
had time to get out of the way.
There will be a rummage sale Thurs
day Friday and Saturday, November
9, 10. and 11 in the Reinoekn Building
two doors west of Pollock's where yon
ona bay aatyhiag yoa need from an
a overoeat to a cook stove, at very rea
sonable prices. Come in and see the
We have made an exceptional
at a discount of 33 1-3
per cent off. We will give you
the benefit. You can buy them at
the regular manufacturer's price.
Early Buyers Have the
THE "SAVORY SEAMLESS
A roaster that is different in con
struction and different in opera
tion from all other roasters. Re
quires no attention, is self basting
has a rais(.d,oval bottom, seamless
smooth as an egg, made in smooth .
steel or enameled, just the thing
for your Thanksgiving turkey.
Price from $1.25 up
Smoke Little Duke cigar.
Try the Eleventh St. jeweller.
Dr. Mark T. MoMahon. dentist;
Journal ads bring results.
Dr E. H. Nanman, Dentist, 13th St
The Journal wants all the news.
Phone or write it in.
Try our Rex Lump Coal $7 at the
yard'. P. D. Smith Co. Both tel. No. a
Miss Florence Mills, of Schnylei,
daughter of Rev. Samuel Mills, of
that place is viisting a few days with
Rev. and Mrs. Cash.
Telephone No. 74.
Miss Alta Hazel of Cedar Rapids
was in town Monday on her return
home from Omaha.
HOUSES FOR RENT We have a
desirable line of houses for rent.
Becher Hockenberger and Chambers.
Try a South Bend watch. It is one
of the ' oest watches made, perfect
time keepers. Sold by Carl FroemeL
WAY UP is used by all who desire a
fine quality of patent flour. The Co
lumbus roller mills makes it.
Telephone No. 74 for coal.
LEARN TELEGRAPHY and R. R.
Accounting. 150 to flOO per month
salary paid our graduates. Operators
always in demand. - Indorsed by aU
railroads. Write' for catalogue.
Morse school of Telegraphy.
Oincinnati, O., La Crosse, Wis.,
Texarcana, Tex., San Francisco, OaL
Mr. Rankin, of Shesendoah, la.,
returned to bis home Saturday, atfer
a week's visit at the home of M. D
Karr. While here Mr Rankin visited
Wheeier county to purchase land.
Mrs. Anna Henry, togeter with her
husband left for their home in Big
Trail. Mon , Monday, after visiting
relatives in Omaha and Columbus for
the past month.
Mr. and Mrs. Burns of Omaha re
turned to their home last Fridav after
an eight day's visit with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Joe Lininger, who was ser
onsly ill for a few days. Mr. and
Mrs. Burns had never been farther
west than Omaha, so drove through
to Columbus to see the country.
They took about three days for the
trip, stopping at Valley, Fremont, and
Schuyler. They expressed themselves
as delighted with the drive and the
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Saturday night, for a visit with
I Attorney J. H. Kemp of faUorton
-was in the city a few hours aXoaaey.
Mrs. 8. M. Rassom. wife "of. the
Union Paolio agent at FpUertoa
spent Sunday with her aoagkterMn.
Mrs. Loa Milter of Omaha has been
visiting her sister Mis. Viehpls and
Mrs. A.- W. black, leaving Taesday
for a visit to Grand Island.
A reception for Prof, ami Mrs.
Sherman will ha given Friday, siren
lag at the home of W. A. McAllister.
Mrs. Baby Brown of Norfolk jar-
Mterday to visit her parents,
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Jesse Rector and family are visiting
the old folks in our city. They ar
rived from Grand Island today.
Rev. Manro snnosnoes the follow
ing as his subjects for the regular
Sunday services next Sabbath: Morn
ing, "Imputed Righteousness;" Even
ing. ' Whittle, the Quaker Prophet. "
Mrs. F. B. Rneohe has issaed" U
vitatioas for a 'party next Weaumnlay
afternoon in honor of,.asr jBotaar,
Mrs. Bauer, to oslehrats her ssventy-
Telephone No. 74 for cmI.
Fred Bruggerman, yesterday, par
chased a half interest in the livery
business of George Wiuslow, and the
two wiU make a strong combination.
Both are popular gentlemen and thor
onhly understand the needs of their
George Bowling arrived this
from the Philippiaes and is visiting
his sister, Mrs. Winnie Boom. He
has bean la the Philippiaes for three
years. Mr. Bowling is with the fad
regiment, and is homo on siok leave.
Editors Oharlee Gerrard, of
the Undsny Post and Fred Pratt
of the Humphrey Democrat arere la
Columbus today viewing the wreck
whloh oocured Taesday in the demo
oratio snperiors ranks;' They feel
that the land-aids struck them pretty
hard, et. aL. etc,
After standing no little amount of
abuse. Aaron One, a flagman at Olive
street for the Union Facile swore out
a complaint against George 8olo,
Wedneday. Before papers could be
served he boarded train Ha 19, and
flagged his freight east. The author
ities are waiting for 8olo to return
when ho will be given a chance to
explain why ho fractured the feelings
of Mr. One.
Wild is telephone No. 74?
P. J. Barron, came in from St. Id
wards today and tomorrow will
go to Omaha. Oaring the campaign
just closed ho has been on the re
publican Iring-line editrmt the fit.
Eiwards Advance during the absence
of Editor Kennedy who was the re
publican candidate for oonnty clerk of
Boono county, but though n gallant
fight for his election was made, he
lost out in the race. Mrl Barron has
prospects ahead in Omaha and will
quite likely locate there and he asso
ciated on one of the leading papers of
Bauey MoTagtert had some trouble
this morning. It was not over hand
ling trunks but his horses wouldn't
stand for something uwbeknown to
the Journal, and skipped np Olive
street from the depot as no slow rate.
They were caught near the postoffioe
and the only damage resulting from
the disaster was a wrecked "easy
seat", which Barney takes so much
comfort in daring vacant hours.
In two weeks the state bank people
expect to occupy their now and hand
some building which is almost com
plete. Tne inside fixtures are being
placed in order and correspond la
everyway to the exterior offthe
building, one of the prettiest and
most substantial business blocks in
WANTED: 500 new subscribers to
the Journal during the next eixty days
to make our list 9000. Send in your
name or your friend's name now.
We desire to oall your attention to
our Montana Buffalo Robes. These
robes are the warmest, most durable and
waterproof. Prices are from $7 to 99
for beet large sire.
tf L. W. Weaver Sow.
For hard coal, furnace
coal and all kinds of aoit
coal Newman Ac Welch.
Mrs. Homer Robinson eatertelneJ a
few friends Saturday afteraoea la
compliment to Mrs. Mayer of Ohioago.
Mr. DeWolf announces the foUewing
subjects for discussion at the Metho
dist Episcopal church aast Sunday.
Morning "Communion with God.'
or the Subjective side of Religious
Life. In the evening ho will begin a
series of addresses oa the subject,
"Lessons from the Life of Jahn.tbe
Baptist." the first of whisk will be
devoted to the " WiMsraam Prophet."
WANTED: A girl far
housework Inquire at
store of J. H. Galley.
Telephone N. 74, Wearer ft
Som for gooi coal.
LOST:-A ledy V paimv Twasdey
afternoon, QoataTalng ;sautB .nheage.
Finder wave M.umu oflsoa aad rooters
suitable reward. 1
Teleahoae No.' 74, Wearer ft
Soa for goof coal.
BUT OR SELL
Show tnr. a&nr RJLiare. For
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SBdwlMR yea want to boy. Write for Seflen or
Aswfa plaa. or tost bsrgaia H any phwe.
firnt Umm I. Aim SistM.
' SEND your want ads to the Journal.
Hon. George D. Mickelohio was in
Dr. Lueecaeu, physician aa surgeon
1115 Olive street.
Beys, buy your cigars aad candy at
Smith's, opposite U. P. deot tf
Drs. Martyn, Evans, Evans ft .Mar
ton Jr., office three doors north of
fViedhof 's store.
Ma. 8. J. Barroa left Wednesday
for a visit in Lincoln.
Bruce Webb and W. L. Smith came
to Columbus the "day after."
Mrs. M. J. Penueld left Tuesday
to rpend the winter in Texas with her
soa. Silas 8tlaebeok.
Mr. aad Mrs. H. E. Parsons aad
two children of Edwardsbnrg, Mich.,
arrived Wednesday for a visit with
Mr. aad Mrs. F. H. Abbott aad oth
er relatives la Boons oonnty.
Taisa Fadae Wreck.
Freight trala No. 5S. west bound,
oat of Omaha, was wrecked early
this morning near Rogers east of
Schuyler. The train was running at
the rate of about 5 miles aa hoar,
aad when the heavy engine No. 1704,
struck a switch frog, she jumped the
track aad plunged into a ditch, turn
ins completely over. Four loaded
box oars followed aad the track was
blocked for about five, hours. Head
braksmsa, Ernst, well kaowa aero.
was injured. . The engineer aad fire
sun eeoaped. The aooMeat delayed
all trains several hoars.
there wiU be maay changes this
week la the express department of the
Union Paciflo railroad- here. Fred
Ellas, who has been taking care of the
Spaldlag ran, has been promoted to a
mala line position, his trains will be
Nos. 7. and 8. aad 11 aad IS. This
promotion is a das lecognitlcn of hit
abUlty aad his friends wiU be pleases
to know of his advaaesmeat.
H. Westbrook who has been run
ning on the Norfolk passenger will
take the place of Mr. Ellas, this is a
, .Henry Bove wUl leave the boute
aad take the run left by Westbrook.
W. H. Waldmaa who has conducted
the 8paldiag lamnngsr run has been
ordered to Lincoln aad will take
charge of the express da the Lincoln
Stromsburg Union Pacific branch.
W. H. Thomas, who a few months
ago suffered a broken arm. while
handling baeieie wUlresuntehisold
positiaa la the hows made vacant by
Hoary. Bove who takes the Norfolk
AU these changes come as a direct
promotion aad the boys are deserviac
ia ovary way as they are compoteat
and obliging to the public.
It pays to deal ia nothing but
thoroughbred stock. J. nV Fnlmer,
propbrietor of the r Highland Park
poultry farm, beadles nothing but the
most gilt sdged stock to be had ia his
lias. Recently he received aa order
for five hens am one oookereL;. breed,
Rhode Island Bods, for which he re
oeived a draft for I&5- Mr. Falmer
wae pleased of course" to receive his.
reoogaitice but U daly dsservlag, as
he spends tinw and nOMy in buildlnc
a reputation for having a high scoring
flock of birds. The party to whom
the shipment wiU go is L. Danphy
amaager, poultry department of "The
Wyandotte farm Co., " Nevada, Ma
In his letter Mr. Dnaphy stated that
he wished to start right aid trusted
that Mr. Fulmar's breed came nearer
filling his wants thsnvaay others and
seat his orders to Columbus.
The Union Pacific has caused. to - be
ereoted, aa additisa 'to their depot.
The Improvomaet iinot visible aa the
oatside bat when nay of the taroagof
patrons' satsr the ssmsjaga room oi
lias, he will
observe if ho "rubbers,'' a'
to hold the lumps
to warm a mitt or
The eaterpriss was a
long anticipated great improvements
to the depot and freight room has at
last beea started, we'ehave a prefect
right;to believe that mf the aear fa
future greater taiags wiU be achieved
la the improvement aenesmry to ao
the demaads of the geaeral
of the Union Pacifio at this
oity. . Now that Max Blias started
the hall 'rollln. wonder if
wiU take a tumble.'
Hiffk School Lecture Cemns.
The first aumber wiU be ."The
Ohieago Lady Entertainers", a quar
tet, siagiag dusts trios aad solso.
At the gymaaslnm November, 16,
This oosuaay oomes with very hiah
,Tho high scJKml.tumasr goes to the
fTeae' thhv month.' They won it
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overtha Janiori by a difference of
two-ttirdcof one per
aiors mem to be oat of tan race.
Myim Gray is in school thto week
is now heated by a
stove as it cannot be heated by the
Dr. J. W. Terry
who for the past .eight years has
been making regular visits to
Columbus, has opened one of the
Best Eeaippeu1 Optieal Ofliees
la The West
in the front rooms over Pollock
, ft Co. 'a Drug Store. Will be in
uorambus otnees unaay, Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday of
i each week. Spectacles and.eye-
glasses scientifically fitted and
repaired. Eye Glasees adjusted
: to any nose.
Who is telephone No. 74 i
Throngk Tourist Cart
If yon elect to go to Oaliornla in a
trourist oar, as many d. you need
not wait for certain days, but can go
any day in the week on the Union
Pacifio. ae this line runs daily tontist
cars to the Pacific Coast and personal
ly conducted excursions four times a
Double sleeping oar berths. Tiokets
on sale every day. Inquire of
It W. H. BENHAM.
Zeenemy ia Coal.
Why burn your money when you csn
save it by buying our Blend coal at 15.50
or Sunshine at 06.00 per ton at yards. A
trial of this ooal will convince you that
they are all right.
Weaver Sc Son, Coal Co.
The Great Wait Ad Paper.
If you went to sell your farm, horses,
or business, or buy something, or you
want help of any kind, put a "want-ail"
in the Omaha World-Herald.
This paper is known as the great
' want-ad" paper of Nebraska, publishing
almost as many paid want-ads as any
three other Nebraska papers combined.
The World-Herald gives splendid re
turns to-its "want-ads," and iis rates are
For one day only, the charge is l1
cents a word. For two or more consecu
tive days, a cent a word per day. For
one month, $1.60 a line of six words. All
'want-ads" cash in ad v ance. Have your
'answers come to the World-Herald if you
like; no extra charge.
The World-Herald's net circulation is
Telephone No. 74.
Of Round Trip Rates
Special Homeseekers' Rate: Greatly
reduced round trip rates to the North
Platte Valley and the Big Horn Basin.
November 21st December 5th and
19th. This ' is an unusually good
chance fer you to look at lands in
these new regions, which offer a big
profit to those who secure them early.
Home Visitors' Excursion: Visit the
old home when you have cleared up
'the season's work. Cheap excursion
'rates to various sections of the East.
The only excursion, November 27th,
limit twenty-one days.
Winter Sunshine in the Mountains:
.Daily low excursion rates to Colorado.
To the Sunny South: Winter tourist
rstee daily until April 90th. Return
'limit Jnne 1st, 1906.
Cheap Homeseekers' Rates to the West,
Southwest and South the firsi and
third Tuesdays of each month.
Write me just what trip yen have in
mind and let me advise you the least
cost and the best way to make it.
L. F. RECTOR,
Agent C. B, & Q. By.
L. W. WAKELEY,
G. P. A. Omaha.
Telephone No. 74.
Our winter stock of clothing for
men and boys merits the careful at
tention of any careful buyer, especial
ly those who are looking for the best
made clothing their money can buy.
Our men's and young men's suits and
overcoats for this winter excel in qual
ity, style, make and fit. Our prices
are correct AVe are agents for Tiger,
Champion and Stetson hats.Selz shoes,
Lion shirts and collars, also Marlbor
ough work, and dress shirts. Remem
ber our prices are the same to your
child as to you. Hart's one price
clothing, shoe and hat house, Colum
Ths Literary Department of the
Woman's Club", will meet at the
home of Mrs. Leander Gerrard on
Saturday,-the iitb, last., at 3 p. m.
A fall attendance' is earnestly . re
quisled as oflloerr- are to be elected
and the progam for the year decided
Program: Paper, Ulysses S. Grant
by Mrs; Gerrard; paper. Schuyler
Oolrax by Mrs. J. A., Don a lacs.
A new line of guaranteed pipes and
smoker's articles at The Bowling Alley,
This plate shows you a back view of our
Eaton" Sack Suit and
Lipton" Sack Suit and a glimpee of our Sin
gle Breasted Overcoat.
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Eaton Suits in Nobby Patterns ani Shapings $13 to 16J0
Friend made clothes make friends Every Suit Guaranteed to
be free from defects in every particular.
Also a complete line of DRY GOODS, MEN'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING, CLOAKS, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, SHOES and CARPETS to select from. Don't mil
to see our NEW FALL LINE OF MERCHANDISE now open
for your inspection.
J. H. GALLEY, ,
505 11th Street.
Agents For The
A Bargain if taken at Once.
$1,700 buys my residence in Columbus
consisting of two full lots, honso, sum
mer house, floored barn fur 3 horses,
chicken house and fine yards, 3T bearing
frnit trees, city water, well and cellar
All in good repair. Inquire at Journal
Henry Ragatz i fit
Staple and Fancy 1
Lamps and Glassware
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of fine
TEAS AND COFFEES o! 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 lor presents.
We buy the best the market afford in
Large Quantities. If you trade with us
you will be satisfied both in quality and "
Henry Ragatz & Co.-
Mink ftci 29. Ic.piwtit PtoMs 29 aN 229.
a front view of our
My 30 acre fruit farm, two and a aalf
miles east of Columbus and n quarter
mile north of telephone road. Price
$1600, part cash, balance on time.
W. J. McEathbow,
16th and Jackson Sta, Omaha, Neb.
Some furnished roomi
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