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.iYnBk. Svv SAj5i?"rv. t0l
r;h . - ie good news
Lorn ih rrjalsale of lin
e i or Thanksgiving that
sliculd bring: every woman
;li Coium u5 to our store.
vVeiiove .st openedfresh
i.-orn j he .otern Linen market a large as
so tai i. oi full bleached Damask cloths,
e mined with wide pretty drawn work,
remsdtCiH-d. Every thread of good Sound
ixx with sc-jt mellow finish, very desirable
ns well ab ;ood looking, in pretty floral and
conventional designs. Better come early.
Ilie.icbl V he -ton TaW- I'aT.tsk st 25c
for I5ltch-ii J'lirM Lii f r. fahii Damask t 42c
7- inch Iri't It-eaftieii Linrr. Table Damask dnnn; Our Fes
tival ral-ai 95c
Wool Challies just received for Waistings in
the new dainty patterns. Attend our Festi
val sale at least one day. It means money
Thanksgiving Day Opportunities.
Qaality counts alwav In holiday times it counts more than in
other seasons. The Thanksgiving dinner is an event for "which every
Liusewif: prepare- wits unnsnal care. We mention here some things
tvhich are nnusuaiiy good for Thanksgiving Dinner. Kead the list care
f'JIy and see how appropriate every item u: Monarch Mince Meat. Yacht
C.n Salad Dre-smr:. English Cnred Citron Peel. New Crop Dates. Finest
Smyrna Figs. Thanksgiving Currants. r.aIaM Cluster Raisins, Oriole
Seeaod Uai.-ms. Red Jacket Cider, Cape Cod Cranberries, Monarch Olives
and Pickles, Fre-h Radishes. Onions. L3ttnce and Celery, Gernian-Amer-icir
SUNNY MONDAY Have yon tried it' Have our salesman put in
a bar with yonr next order. Our customers that have used it cannot say
too much about this splendid soap. It is equally superior in cleaning as
v. el a-iL the laundry. Price per bar Zc.
iasnarv Eoaster u
easy to clean u plte. Al'avs
sWsbsbC- Jw. -" -. V' ZAjbibbibibW
AT UKANKJAX'S SALE BARN
olumius, Nebr., Nov. 29,
(0331EMIM: AT 1 P. 31. SHAKP,
so mmsm m so
KDTJROC JERSEYS-POLAND CHINAS
JJ O. I. C. WJHTES-AND BERKSHTRES
B J. J. B srncs ..1 ofrer from hi? herd
Fred Wille -vnll oiler 10 boar,s and
g W. II. S-artIey will offer 7 boars
F. H. Abbott will offer 7 boars and
nrlv it. choicest individnals from
5 and-take yonr choice from the-e tonr
r,tl .- rhr. fmm the-e fonr
RemembtT the date:
BRUCE WEBB, Auctioneer.
Read Journal Ads 'twill Pay
JffcW taa-Vl .aLLl
A roa-ter that is different in con
struction and different in opera
tion from all other roasters. Re
quires no attention, is self bastinp
has a raised.oval bottom, seamless
smooth as an e-. made in smooth
steel o" enameled, jusl the thmj;
for your Tnanksmnp turkey
Price irom SI. 2 5 up
of D jroe Jersey.
15 boars and 2 sr
riits from his her4 of Poland Chi- J5
and 3 giJts from his herd of O.
I C Ja. ,
3 cihs from his herd of Berkshires. V
these herds trill be offered. Come a
leadsmz breeders at yonr own prices ZZ
leaasne oreeaers ai yonr own pnw?s
J- J- BARNEa.
W. H SWAKTSLET.
F. H. ABBOTT.
. V.BXar. 'i i-ai
Dr. Valfiar, Oataofath, Barter block.
Prof. Sike, teacher muac. Barber old
- G. R. Freib, paintia; aad paaar
Attorney George Wertz, of Schajktr
tbb a Ttiitor in Ooiaabaa Satardasr.
Diamond O. aaaw aad bacon at Bar
Telepkoae No. 74 for coal.
John Saiith of Xoame wai ia thia
city- on basinets Moaday.
WANTED: Good blacksmith for
city -work. L. SHCBEIBKB.
Joan C. Sandier of the Free
Laaee. Safcarlar'B iconoclastic paper,
was in the city Monday.
Wanted A good girl for general booee
work, four in family. Call at this office.
F Balaton Moore, of Schnyler,
Tisited Friday aad Satarday with Mr.
and Mrs. Will H. Kia
Dr. C. V. Campbell, Dentist with Dr.
Lueechen, Arnold's old stand. Olive st.
Miss Maud Brown, of Schnyler
Tisited the latter part of last week
with relatires and friends in Colaaa
bns. Miss Broun is oae of the teach
ers in the Schnyler schools.
Girls, don't buy cheap lotions for the
complexion. Just coax your mothers to
use Peter"Schmitt's flour.
Misses Florence Hagal. Grace Laa
ker, Hedwig Jaiggi. Reaa and Gladys
Turner spent Saaday at Bellwood.
G. H. Grubb, painting and decorat
ing country or city. Satisfaction gaar
anteed. Try ae. Ind. phone 874.
Miss Enlalia Rickley leave for her
home at Council Bluffs, la., today,
after an etxended Tisit with relatires
If you want a flour with all the nu-
I tritious part of the wheat buy GOLD
j DUST made by Columbus roller mills.
Miss Winnie Gorman of SUrer Creek
was bare orerBaaday Tiaitinf
Who is telephone No. 74?
Miss Kan HJggins. of Schuyler, who
has been Tisiring her sister, Mrs. Sam
Gass, jr., returned to her home Mon
day. WANTED: A girl for general
housework Inquire at residence or
store of J. H. Galley.
Carl, Walter and Ernest Jaeggi en
tertained a number of their friends
last Friday eTening. An enjoyable
time is reported.
Telephone No. 74, Weaver &
Son for good coal.
Miss Frances Hughes of Platte Cen
ter was the guest over Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Oarrig.
HOUSES FOB BENT We bare a
desirable line of bosses for rent.
Becher Hockenberger and Chambers.
Seth Braun has pat in a set of new
shelves in the center of his store to
accomodate his large stock of holiday
LOST: A lady's parse, Tuesday
j afternoon, containing small change.
Finder leave at this office and reciere
Telephone No. 74, Weaver &
Son for good coal.
i Louis Lachnit, assistant in the
, county clerk's office was called to
Humphrey Saturday night by a tele
I phone Baeasage announcing the death
of his wife's father Mr. Tiler, from
' Gene Halm has been promoted
I asain. He went to Ossaha yesterday
and took examination and was pro
moted from the position of night bag
gageman to that of train baggageman
on the Norfolk ran.
j A new line of guaranteed pipes and
1 smoker's articles at The Bowling Alley.
Paul Hoppen, a lineman in the em
ploy of the Electric Light company
fell from an electric light pole and
injured his foot so badly that he was
laid off for a few days last week. He
is able to again be atooad aad will
resume his duties this week.
George Fairchild, George Turner.
Pete McOaffery and otners made a
mS very pleasant party of fishermen, who
O ' had a few days Bport oat on the Platte
2 ' hut week. Fish stories are slighly
0 ' "passe", or we womld repeat some of
2C ! the yarns. A good time was enjoyed,
2 with eatables aad drinkables galore,
0 ! and the party retained Monday with
' a good string of fish so prove their
J t right to the title of successful fisher
0 ' men.
0 The home of Mr. aad Mrs. H. L.
- i Lnchsiaaer of Bismark township is
ciOBjed with grief. Last Satarday
night their fifteen months baby
.11 into the watering tank and
drowned. The baby was playing
about tbe tank with other chitdran
and was not missed by Mrs. Lacasing-
Upr U. 5 o'clock.
When search was
made, the baby was found at the bot-
torn of the tank, dead. The faaeral
was held Tuesday at the Shell Creek
German Lutheran charch. Bev.
Telephone No. 74.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Mur
phy and two children arrived here last
week for a visit with Mr. Murphy's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Marphv of
Platte Center aad other relati
Mr. Manny baa been assent
Platte comaty for seran ar eight yean
and dmriag that time has riaan to the
management of a disailsiiit of a
mining company at Baste, Mob., with
a handsome salary, and baa .added to
his family a charming wife and two
beautifal children. Mr. Murphy can
be seen a long war by his Platte
comaty friends both on aooosmt of his
vnaeaal height aad oeaaaae of his
BUY OR SELL
The System advertises yonr
ip r ii ft mi nril ewL-) 17 alt
abieBeai Estxte Asents thro-
oct America find borers for it.
best bmrsaiasalon new R. R. '
or fwm fcosiBeBses. etc Tell ns whmtyou want '
and vbare you want to bar. Write for Sellers or
Arrst's Plc or best barsam list any place.
6mt Uiin Land Agency Systen,
696. OeluaiailS. Ne (Center of U.&)
Smoke Little Duke cigar.
Try tne Eleventh St. jeweller.
Dr. Mark T. MeMahon. dentist;
Joaraal ads bring results.
'Dt E. H. Nanasan. Dentist, 13th St
The Journal wants all tbe news.
Phone or write it in.
Try our Eex Lump Coal 8" at the
yard. P. D. Smith Co. Botb teL No. S.
Telephone No. 74.
SEND your want ads to tbe Journal.
Dr. Lneschen, physician an surgeon
1215 Olive street.
H. C. Oarrig went to Omaha on
business Sunday night.
Boys, buy your cigars and candy at
Smith's, opposite U. P. deot. tf
Drs. Martyn, Evans, Evans & Mar
tyn Jr., office three doors north of
Friedhof 's store.
WAY UP is used by all who desire a
fine quality of patent flour. Tbe Co
lumbus roller mills makes it.
Will Ferrand returned home from
Wesleyan University last wees. He
had to come home on account
trouble with his eyes, which may
of such a character as to keep him
from re-entering school this year.
H. L. Dunlap of Monroe was in this
city over Saturday and Sunday. Mr.
Daalap is among a large number of
Monroe people who are jubilant over
the election results.
Who is telephone No. 74.'
LEARN TELEGRAPHY and R. R.
Accounting. 950 to 1100 per month
salary paid oar graduates. Operators
always in demand. Indorsed by all
railroads. Write for catalogue.
Morse school of Telegraphy.
Cincinnati, O., La Crosse, Wis.,
Texarcana, Tex., San Francisco, CaL
Warren Long of Albion came
through Columbus Monday from Lin
coln with his brother Jake, who was charge of the train, he asked them
suffering from an attack of appendi-1 for tickes when ace of them handed
citis. Both boys are University stu-, him a piece of paper remarking that
dents, ihey are paying their war by was all the ticket he would get and
barbering on Saturdays. They make invited him to put them off. Then
about fonr dollars each a week in without any warning one "I them
this manner which, fully pays their j grabbed him while the other hit him
expenses. I in the face. At this the passengers
Mr. E. M. Soarhawk returned lastl06 to tne rescae a free fiht
Friday from an eight weeks visit in ensned " wnicil a"6' umbrellas and
California. She visited her sister eTer-T available weapon was used.
Mrs. A Hoight of San Diego, and ' The Brownings were badly bruised
h hmhi- n v nh nt Pnno i on the head and ConductorHoran bus-
Ore. She also spflnt some time with
. uK rzxy ..4 n v aRiM
at Los Angeles and with the Piiietts
, . . x -1
xeiejiuout .iu. t-t.
Joeeph . Hutchinson has filed a
mit in district court asking for an in-
junction to restrain the First Nation-
al Bank and J. D. Stires from collect-
ing in Custer county, a judgment for
$235.80 which the plaintiff declares passengers were cut and bruised and
that he has paid. He alleges that the all of them thoroughly aroused. The
judgment was paid but not released Brownings claim that they bought
ana asks the court to order its release, tickets for Omaha and tnat one of
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Irre i them gave the conductor his ticket
Speiee was brightened last Saturday ' but the other could not find his where
afternoon by the arrival of a fine littl jnpon the conductor took hold of him
baby girL When Irve came down ; and ordered him to get off of the
town Monday he carried a heavy grip t train. A passenger sitting across tne
for ballast, and he needed it. for no . aisle from the Brownings substantiat
roung father in Columbus ever exhi- ed Conductor Horan 's story. Sheriff
bitedmoreof the symptoms of joy all-1 Carng of Platte county came down
over hn did Irve Speioe. ! this morning after the Brownnigs as
The N. O. K. club gave a reception the SCTP occored whil the train was
at the Bellwood Hotel Friday evening!6"11 in Platte coont3'-
in honor of Mrs. Hansen, a member of ;
the club, who was married last week. '
The parlor and hall were beautifully
decorated in yellow and white, the
dining room in pink and white. On
the table were boquets of cut flowers. ,
A delicious four-course lunchoen was
served at one long table. A beautiful
table cloth and salad dish were pre
sented Mrs. Hansen in behalf of the
club. Bel wood Gazette.
Telephone No. 74 for coal.
Our winter stock of clothing for
men and bovs merits the careful at-'
tention of any careful buyer, especial
ly those who are lookinc for the best
made clothing their money can buy. , cek assistant city engineer, who was
Our men's and young men's suits and woviing near the jail summoned the
overcoats for this winter excel in qual- j police again. Whn the officers ar
itv, stvle, make and fit. Our prices ed, Powers had torn all his cloth
are correct. TVe are agents for Tirer,,ineff Md was fightinK "finakes-"
. . . -, r , , w ' The citv nhvsician Dr. Platz was
Lhampion ana stetson fiats, .iz shoes,
. , , ' ,,
X.IUU auixu; aiiu v:ujjar. aiso -uunuui-
ouffh work, and dress shirts. Remem
ber our prices are the same to vour
child as to you. Hart's one price one dollar and costs for carrying con
clothing, shoe and hat house, Colum- cealed weapons.
. v- l -u On Monday he was brought before
Oraat Want AH Pinar
Tf 'Jm u n. tJL h
or business, or buy something, or you
in the Omaha World-Herald.
This paper is known as the great
want-ad paper of Nebraska, publishing
almost as many paid wani-aus as any
three other Nebraska papers combined.
The World-Herald gives splendid re
turns to its "want-ads," and its 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. $1.50 a line of six words. Alii
"wint-ads' cash in advance. Have your
answers come to tbe World-Herald if you
like; no extra charge.
The World-Herald's net circulation is
Dr. J. W. Terry
who for the past eight years has
been making' regular visits to
Columbus, has opened one of the
Best Eqiipped Optical OsSiees
li 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.
Fight on Train.
The Browning bov6 had a mix-up
on train So. (.. with the train crew
and passengers Thursday afternoon
I in which they drew some usly wounds
I and 30 days in jail and $25 fine. Se-
veral of tne passengers who got in the
way, had to go to the hospital when
they reached Omaha. The h reman
woo floored the larger Browning and
knocked him through a glass door was
Palmatter, the man who several weks
ago threw acid in his wife's face be
cause of her infidelity. The follow
ing from the Schuyler Quill gives the
details of the mix-up:
"Henrv and Bert Browning two,
j colored men of Colomboc, formerly of
this place were roughly handled by an
indignant crowd o: passengers on the
, Unton Pacific train No. 6 yesterday
I afternoon. They boarded the train at
Columbus somewhat under the infin
lence of liquor. According to Con-
i doctor Tom Horan, wno was in
! tained a ecalP "id and several '
cruises over i ue eye. hobd me irem i
stopped here Henry Browning broke )
i away irom uie ieiiow somuuc aim
I anc started up street towards
Schuyler House with crowd at his
: heels but was soon captured. Deputy
sheriff VanHousen happened near
there and both of the negroes were
turned over to him and were lodeged
' in the county jail. Sereral or the
Lesion on Teanerance.
Ed. Powers has been chief actor
sinceast Friday in a temperance
drama which was a striking lesson
for those who feel they can win out in
a fight against booze.
Powers who has ben a peaceable
employee of the Union Pacific for
five years, most of the time as coal
heaver, went on a drunk Thursday
and Friday. On Friday afternoon
while in Smagacz saloon on Eleventh
! street he challenged the proprietor to
a wrestling match and lost out
Then he got a gun and threatened
Smagacz life. He was crazy drunk
i and wa taken to jail by the police.
Soon after his incareration he began
tn cn-oam like a lunatic and Joe Sovi-
. , . vtn, o htvtH.t
exiled and he gave Powers a hypodei-
. . ;n;nn tn nntPt him. P-
1 As soon as Powers was able, he was
taken before Judge O'Brien and fined
jedze Ratterman on complaint of I
- 1 f. L. . J AvnsMArl that fek A I
1 1 eiix smagsu w uu muuuucu
I g.e bond to keep the peace.
' I -M i. . . Mn imwmwAita rw
array oi wiiucbbco w euuuuuucu uu
both sides. Powers was released.
! And 11 thi6 trnble "J. J,blicw M
P" becaa6e Powe" dldn f kaow
j wliec t0 toP-
For hard coal, furnace
coal and all kinds of soft
coaL Newman & Welch.
Montana Buflalo Babet.
We desire to call your attention to
our Montana Buffalo Robes. These
robes are the warmest, most durable and
water proof. Prices are from $7 to S9
for beet large, size.
fl L. W. Weavee & Sox.
This plate shows you a back view of our
"Eaton" Sack Suit and a front view of our
"Lipton" Sack Suit and a glimpse of our Sin
gle Breasted Overcoat. .
Viisi BBBBBa r w rWs
V .fe BBBBfSe3 x. Vtet
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lipton Suits in Fancy Colors ami Black $10 to 15.00
Eaton Suits in Nobby Patterns and Shapings $12 to 10.50
Friend made clothes make friend Everv 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. siHOE-i an.! CARPETS to select from. Don't fail
to see our NEW FALL LINE OF LERCHANDISE now open
for your inspection.
J. H. GALLEY,
505 11th Street. Columbus, Neb.
Agents For The Standard Patterns.
A Bargain if taken at Once.
$1,700 buys my residence in Columbus
consisting of two full lots, honse. sum-
mer house, floored barn for 3 horses,
chicken house and fine yards, 35 bearing
fruit trees, city water, well and cellar
All in good repair. Inquire at Journal
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: 1 1 Henry Ragatz & Co.
Staple and Fancy j
Lamps and Glassware
E MAKE A
we have a
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 Ragtz 6 Co.,
libra sis Ftcn 29. nt'pndint Phones 29 and 229.
1 1 1 1 1
raao eros aomws ca
3Jy 20 acre fruit farm, two and a half
miles east of Columbus and a quarter
mile north of telephone road. Price
S1500, part cash, balance on time.
W. J. .McEathron'.
16th and Jackson Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Some furnished rooms reasonable.
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SPECIALTY of fine
COFFEES of which
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