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Tallies that Tlirill the Bargain Eunter for the Last Three Days of
OUR FESTIVAL SALE
SPRING HOOK AND EYE
Made of Bessemer Steel "Wire, Sizes 2, 3
tnd 4, in black and white.
A swell line of Embroidered Turn over
Collars, the 1jc idnd. for
In plain colors, Xavy Alice Blue. Tans
and Greens, the 15c kind at
Children's Fleece Lined Hose. 3 pairs
6 Fancv Handv Pins for
54-inch Turkey Red Damask
naid as hieh as 40c for at
300 Yards of 7 i-2c Comfort
24 Larsre Size Bath loweis, the
Dr. Paul, dentist.
Tnltnhmi n. 74.. WwvprA
Soa for srol coal.
Dr. Yalher. Osteopatc. Barber block.
Prof. Sake t-acher music Barber blcg.
G. R. Freib, painting and paper
A new lin of guarante! pip and
smoker's article- at The bow.in.' Alley
Telephone No. 74 for coal.
WANTED fxd blacksmith for
city work. L. SHCftEIEEP-
Wanted A good sirl for general house
work, foar in family Cal. at this ofice.
Dr C. Y. Campbell. Dectisi with Dr.
Lueschec, Arnold's old stand Olive st.
WANTED A girl for general
houaewcrk Inquire at residence cr
store o'J Galley
Girls, con t bny cheap ioJione for the
compxion. J j: coas your mothers to
nee Peter S'famitt"s dour
G- n. Gmbb, painting and cecorat-
in cocntry or city, satisfaction guar
anteed. Try me. Ind. pnone T:7-L
EOU5E FOB RENT We nave a
desirable line of houses for rent.
Becher Hcckenberger and Chambers.
If yon want a ri.mr with a.l the nu
triious part of the wheat ouy GOLD
DUST made ov Corambo? -oiier milis.
Try a South Bend watch. It is one
cf tae Dent watches made, perfect
tijue keepers. Sold by Carl Froemel,
Carl. Walter and Ernest Jaeggi en
tertained a number of tneir friencs
last Friday evening An en:oyable
time is rsported
Procrastination is the thief of time.
Den t pat it oi Have your house in
ured now. Have tout accounts col
lected hfore they are outlaw Call
en C. N McElfresh. wtf.
Telephone No. 74. lYeaver :
Son for sool coal.
i Combination HOG
JO IMUDim K 3U
O. L C. WHITES-AND
J. J. li.rnt-s -iIl oiler from hi herd
T l TT- t .-II J, to I 2
M reti t? liie ui uixei ivi uuii.j aziu
W. E. awartsley will oer
F. E. Abbott will effer 7 boars and
inlxr -! 4nrita' ?TrtiT-i.vriTi rn-
ui.- u.taJui.,ua uu
BBUCE WEBB, Auctioneer.
adtake your choice from these four leading breeders at your own prices. JJ Plane County Tdrnd Stock As-1 Prcrai a the P15 were faar- Webb spent o..6T and C. J. Lxmg
Remember the date: J.J.BARNES. g sociation met as P. J. McCaffrey's 1 monized as to round out an evening 72.30 most of which waa charged to
EED tvTTTF. x office this week to complete arrang-1 mi delightful entertainment which livery, hotel and car fare. John
vr jt ttafTT fv 5 mens for the Poultry Show next De-I will create an eargerness on the part! Rattetman paid 113.60 to the Platte
that you have
. . 1 J C
Challis a: 5 l-2c
Hoc kind at 1 9c
BUY OR SELL
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a- wl. &.-uii -iT,t.- 'jir
.' Tf-ca n: iuvc-. : r .t.
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or -am- i .
ns'- -'- T 1- "'a -i'i want
.i-- i. w - v .r -ui'r. or
ru-T .tit an. siace.
Great Union Land Agency System.
Box 96. OolumtlUS. Meb 'Cenier jt U S.
smoke Little Duke cigar.
Dr Mark T. Mdtahcn. dentist
Jourual ads bring results.
Dr E. H. 27auraau. Dentist, 13th 5t.
The Journal wants all the ne'vs.
Phone or tvrit it in.
Try our Res Lump Coal ST at the
vard. P D Surra C. Both teL Xa
Telephone No. 74.
SEND yoar 'xant ads to the Journal.
Dr. Lneschen, physician an surgeon '
1213 Olive street.
Eoys, buy your cigars and candy at
smith's, opposite C ?. deoc tf
Drs. ilartyn. Evans. Evnns & ilar
tyn Jr.. oince three doors north of
WAY UP is need by all who desire a
na-1 quality of patent donr. The Co
lumbus roller mills makes it.
WANTED 300 new subscribers to
uie ..u.s.-ji is.tk iar nei.. iiwy u.iv
T.t, mn);i niT- iaT 'TilMl n? ?r vnnr
name or vour friend
Who i telephone No. Ti .'
LEARN TELEGRAPHY and P.. R.
Accounting. 50 to SlGO per month
salary paid our graduates. Operators
always in demand. Imicrsed bv all
railroads. Write for catalogue
Morse school of Telegraphy.
Cincinnati, O.. La Crosse, Wis.,
Texarrana, Tex. , San Francisco, Cal.
Telephone No. 74.
s, Mi, Nov. 29, '05
1 P. X. SHARP
f Duroc Jcrseyi. I" t.iar inu 2 X0
i.- r I U.-m 5 f T i A CV,. 0X
nuiz iiuui iii sea ui j. u.u iii-
ana d guts rroa nis nera otu.i i. 0x
3 gilts from his herd of Berkshires. X0
rac. Tir tttIT 7"ii nmxrar fnm
Ui.. i.cU wv... ... r
F E. ABBOTT.
I More New Bargains
1000 Yards of 26-inch Flannelette All in Gravs. Black and White
This would be a Bargain at 12 l-2c. Thursday, Friday and Satur
day, for .........
Just Received a Fresh
Three Days Only at
36-inch All Pure Wool Prunella, in Black Only
Bought it so we can sell it at
Hand Bags at Manufacturer's Price
We have just bought a large line of the Newest Things in Ladies' Hand
so that we can sell them at Manufacturer's Price. We give you the benefit.
Telephone No. 74.
F K. St rather was in the city over
Carl Kramer went to Omaha en
Homer Robinson went to Clarks
Monday on b Harness.
some furnished rooms reasonable.
Drs. ilartyn. Evans &. Evans. Con--ultation
in German and English.
Who is telephone No. 74.'
Newman e Weich can 511 your orders
for hard and soft coal and furnace
coal. 3:1 if
spehen Waite, sr., of i'aliextan was
in the city Monday. He was on his
way home from Omaha
Fred Eiiaa came in from Council
Blulfs Saturday evening and spent ',
sunday here with his parents.
Attorney E. E. Aldexseo of New
man Grove had business in district
court here Monday and Tuesday
Gus Becher, who 7isited friends in
Omaha last wees., saw the Nebraska
Minnesota game at Minneapolis Satur
day Mrs. A O Sumption of Salma,
Ean. , arrived last Wednesday nigst ,
to spend tne winter with uer daugh
ter, Mrs. W E. Benham.
W. C. Rickly of Omaha spent Sun-
-j, clc- ind waa accompanied
i i i.. ir: T7iii u
I".--15 uK-uie., jiita uint, ,
has been visiting here several weeks. ,
Tae McAllister studio for vour
Christmas Pnoto's. Come early. A
nancscme calendar or Platinum folder
with every dozen photo's uutil Janu
Matt Ziemba, a cousin of John and
Frank Vaiajek arrived in Columbus
from Rock Springs, Wyo. He traveled
overland and made the trp in three
The old reliable Joseph Dacsy came
n from Lindsay Saturday Ee makes
frequent visirs to Columbus and his
many friends are always pleased to
Dick McMillan waa down from
Genoa last Thursday to meet his
wife and little bov en tneir return
from a visit to Mrs. McMillan's par
ents in Iowa.
.7 R. Carter and Eenry Lachnit
witnessed tne Minnesota-Nebrasaa
foot-ball game at Minneapolis last
Saturday They sav it was well
worth the trip.
Sixteen lady friends of Mrs. James
f, t?-J- --, -pw aBr
iUCfl II (.UUWCUM J ACVAMWVtM V. IjttLflkb
wer entertained at high-five and a
dainty lunch was served.
I am prepared to take orders fcr
Christmas presents in chip carving,
nyrography. drawings in water color,
and pen etching, far pillow cavers.
Call cr telpehecne. vrrha. J. Tur-
Frank Wambaugh, engineer on tne
Genoa-Columbus railroad returned
last T'aursday from an Omaha hospi
tal where he recently underwent an
operation for appendicitis. He is no:
vet strong enough to resume work.
WATGE LO57 - Lost a gold
watch with ELrin'movement nr the
new Fried hof-Philiipcs building on
Thirteenth street. Leather fob with
plasterer's charm attached. Suitable
reward. Return to Journal office.
The Evening club waa entertained
, ,, .
a cican: ibl xanij aigat oy jjr.
art,3 Vo n n TwTa t? AF
v v c- r . . . ,
" k- t -r"t:-j j i
Mrs Edgar Howard, aad Mara Carl '
TTPr nr! .7 "R !Tnh
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"""" . - . .
P UC ACfcVC
cember. W. H. Swarwler, iecretary.
was the only member in from the
Shipment of Comfort Calico to be sold for Q
Dp. J. W. Terry
whe for the past eight years has
been maKing regular visits to
Coiumbus, has opened one of tne
Best Equipped Optical 0tlihes
In The West
in the front rooins over Poilucsc
& Co. s Drug Store. Will be in
Coiurnbus oniees SundaT M- r
day. Tuesday and Wednes:av f
eacn wesK. Spectacles anu e -glasses
scientiricaliy itteii j.nu
repaired. Eye Giasees aa. osteii
to any nose.
Miss Rena Turner left Friday for a
0 7islz at Rogers and Omaha.
Knp bate- A eoml hanu ninno.
aim06;. ng t, Journal oCice.
n, i,.-. irnibrrnpncrnT
in Coiumbus Monday He was accom-
panieti by his wife.
Miss Ellinor Gertch of Monro3 has
been the guest of her sister, Mrs. H
B. Fenimore the past week.
Ed. Jenkins with h is son Lee drove
to his Madison countv ranGn last Sa
turday for a day's quail snooting. I Tzed to recover damage alleged to be
The Journal last week overlooked e -im far tiie trouble and inconven-
mentionmg the birtn cf a bouncing. , Ieuce loss of li2ie incurred in go
girl to Mr and Mrs. Joe Ray. Jce is x- to tssify in the case. John C
day brakeman in ma yarns. ' Saapel secured judgement of 3045.1?
r- vi -;.-. ,Q-r, ; -t,-, , a 'areciosure proceeding againat
F. a. Mace, nignt foreman m the ; a T
Union Pacinc yard, worked his last," SCQ"-it:-
- i.. .u- -;i- i cr,-.;-1 Frank A. Pollard was awarded a
nignt for the raiiroac !at Saturoay ,
- u- , .-ii r. o ;,, D verdict against E. '. Townslee for
night, ne will move on a szz next
FOR SALE A second hand
line engine, 2 horse power, just the
thing for a farmer to zse for -umpm?
water or grinding fed
cash. Journal office.
FOR SALE .Town Iocs in new j
Indian Territory town, two railroads, j
coal, title perfect, ?iG.C0 on payments ,
1li particular on request.
Colonization Co., Mussogee, L '.
PEOTO'S. Come early for your1
1 T-I 1. J . I
, - ... . L
encar cr Platinum tolder given with
each dozen from now uatil
1. McAllister Studio.
D. Williams and H. r . rhr o: (
Albion, were is. the city last Thursday
en-route to Laramie. While they were .
here F. D. Williams looked after a!
case which he had in distrct court,
The engine on No 12, died at Co-
lumbus last Friday morning and No
4's engine which came aiong an hour
arer PUd No. 12 to Omana, zhe
0amta Columbus freight ensine beinc
useti to nuu -"o -t. lat teau enine
was double headed to Omaha for re-
pair by an extra from the local yards,
The "Chicago Laay Entertainers. "
the first number en the Eigh School
i Lecture course and the first enter-,
1 tainment to tesz the acoustic proper-
ties of the new
was a marked success, both Snanciallv
ad iaiiC7 entertainment. '
Estelle Clark', monologues were .
aac ja cuaiitv as an entertainment. '
t as interesting as the excellent musical '
u the people of Columbus, to patro
nize the High School Lecture course
the SI Quality We
Nearly forty ofthe young friends of
Otto Stanley surprised him last
Wednesday nisht at the home of his
grandfather. W. E. Randall on Wert
Seventeenth street, the occasion being
Otto's eighteenth birthday anniver
sary They took saings to eat' ' with
tnem and had a rollicking good time.
Uncle Tom's Cabin played to a fair
sized audience Wednesday night It
was the same old nlay and the specta
tors seemed to enjov it. Uncle Tom
got killed, a? usual, little Eva died
and Topsv stood on her head. Lawver
Maries gut shot in the foot, and Simon
Lazree got the worst of it for killing
Henry Imic and Charlie Korgi went
,:natin:r t ihf lakes Sunday afternoon.
Toinir shooting is nothing new but the
luck of it all was the wasting of mnch
ammunition and the misfortune of Imig '
f t Llinir head-over-heels into a bogg of
mud. While Inu-was scrambling for
dry footing his companion iet a half
dof c mallards tiy to safety from near
:ne end of his eun. Both declare thai
tn other should have hoc tbe birds
u: it has leaked out that Xrgi was
afraid to snoot for fear of straining his
n-w hammerifS- a the distance to the
bi-u-" was too great after he not ready
t. pu 1 the triiier.
Jcdge Reeder has ground out a
geedly number of law suits since the
lart issue of the JoumaL In tne case
of Ro certs against Thayer in which
the plamtiif won in the county court,
the verdict in District court was in
favor of the defemiant.
In Stanley G. Satterlee against the
First National Eank of tnis city, th.?
finding was for the defendant The
plaintiff, an employee of the North-
, western Railroad was suea in Cihcago
on a nromissorv note
Z.Y.:.in tne amount ot conimission
i alleged to ce due the- plaintiff for sell-
in:r a stock of hardware of the de-
feadasr 5ilTsrCreekI:i ae caae of
.. -pnra ,!-??, Uiwi T. -
iv the plaintiff was awarded damages ;
in the sum of ?77.50. The aaniage
rs5-.iie(1 fQ an overSow of water
over tne pontiff craos caused by
ditches made by the defendant to di-
Tert -water fro nis own land
The uusuai batch of humorous, ex
pense statements nave oeen filed as
-. , - ,
i2f uiue ut Liic i.uiii uinta.. nmuug i
all the reports filed there is not a
single one snowing the amount hand-
tQ a frieBd cc be placed " where it
will caan: nor tQe amount of "tips"
ro bartenders. I
T7n.ar-ar rrmee. ini?JrifAB whris'
ox-eeg raa np iat0 the hundreds of
dollars, were wise enough to report
less rhn the f 100 limit above which
the law forbids them to go.
The reports cf some of the candi-
dates are" doubtless correct, but others
were countless careless oi tne Ukw
m making the ir reports as they have
neen in tne administration of the
duties of their offices,
J- il. Seiley spent 116.50. He waa
trans ro say that -fuoO Oi. it waa lor
cigars and $4.00 far "help". B.
Rossiter didn't spend anything.
E. Smith made a complete itemized
statement showing a total cf 94.95
which was spent for livery
and sending out literature. B. B.
uounty Argus and a total of 93.60
for his re-election. It cost John Graf
$:xi to succeed himself and D. A.
Short Length Lace Curtains, worth in a regular
way up to $3.00 per pair. Close out the balance at
75 Pairs 10-4 Cotton Blankets in Grav onlv. at
8 Pieces of All-Wool Suiting, all colors, at
36-inch All Pure Silk Taffeta, the S1.25
kind at ... 98C
KNOT NO SILK
For art needle work, usually sold for 5c: 3
days only, . . . 2 f or
S3.0O kind, at
Becher fi&.50. L. B. Leavy aay3 his
re-electon coat him i7V2Q. and fl.20
of this amount ne pan! far "horse
feed." William J Nwman paid
I It?. 50 for the pleasure of defeating
Julius Ernst. $5 of which w-nt to
the County Central committee.
Louis Lightner paid :i7.75 for the
honor of running for reseat and Dr.
P. E Metz says that his re-election
cost him 110.
The other candidates neglected to
ale their expense statements either
because their expenses were too small
to mention cr because their con
sciences shrank from the duty after
looking over the peculiar statements
of some of their fellow cmdidates.
For hard coal, turnace
coal and all kinds of soft
coaL Newman & Welch.
My 20 acre fruit farm, two and a half
miles east of Colnmbus and a quarter
mne north of telephone mail. Pnct
31500, part cash, b.dance on time.
W. J. MrFiTEOx.
Itith and Jackson Sts., Omaha. Neb.
I I I I I I I I 1 I i i f ; I I I
Henry Raptz & Co.
Staple and Fancy
Lamps and Glassware
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of fine
TEAS AND COFFEES of 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 bny the best the market affords in
Large Quantities: If you trade with us
you will be satisfied both in quality and
t We Solicit
Henry Raiatz & Co.,
lira ii rrcF 29. Isipiint Plaits 29 and 229.
Rugs, any Color wanted, the
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The World-Herald gives splendid re
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' FOR SAT.F
A Eargam if taken at Once.
?I,7C0 buys my residence in Colnmbus
consisting of two full iots. house, sum
mer house, floored bam for 3 horses
chicken houe and 5ne yards. 3o bearing
fruit trees, city water, well and cellar.
Ali m zood repair. Inquire at Journal
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