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About The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1905)
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Thaw I no Rochells Salts. Alum,
LHn or Ammonia in food made with
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As announced in last week's Lender
Fred Echternacht disappeared from
Genoa on Tuesday last and no trace
of him was found until Friday last
when a phone measure was received
stating that he was in police hoFpi
tal a at Omaha. His absence was not
discovered .nntil Thursday morning
from the fact that being engaged in
the windmill and pump business he
frequently drives out in the country
and is absent for a cay or two. On
Tuesday he informed Mrs Echternacht
that he was going to drive out in the
country to repair a pump, and she
naturally thought he was detained
and not being near a telephone did
not phone her as he was wont to do.
Bat when he did not return Wednes
day night she reported his absence,
and it was discovered that his team
had not been cared for since Tuesday.
After an attempt had been made to
locate him by phone in any of the
surrounding towns, searching parties
were organized but without result
Friday atfernoon a message was re
ceived from his brother-in-law at
Omaha that fie had just been notified
that Fred was at the police station,
having been taken from a Union Paci
fic train Wednesday morning in a de
mented condition. Friday ho was
taken with spasms and it was thought
he was dying, but when he came out
of them he was rational enough to
inform them who he was. Mrs.
Echternacht went to Omaha Satur
day. About a year and a half ago
Fred hadhis skull broken by a 'tackle
block and for the past few weeks he
has been complaining that his head
hurt him severely at the injured spot
and it is thought that is what caused
From the Dcinoi'tat!
Will Alderson, son of Mr. and Mrp.
Ad. Alderson, who live northeast of
The biggest bargains ever offered in
Columbus will be found at the
Boston -Storeon 11th St.
For Twenty Bays, Comeiing Moniay, November 20
We must have the money to pay our
bills. Goods marked down
60c Ladies' Colored Shirt Waists, now at
$1 Ladies' White Shirt Waists, now at
$2.50 Dress Skirts
$4 Dress Skirts
$1.75 Ladies' Petticoats ....
$1.25 Ladies' Petticoats ....
75c Ladies' Petticoats
75c Dressing Sacques .
12 l-2c Outing Flannel Goods, per yard .
15c Fleece Lined Flannelette, per yard
$1.25 Flannelette Wrapper, now at
$1.25 Percale Wrapper now at . . . .
25 Pr Cent oiTon all Linens.
25 Per Cent off on all Embroideries.
All Laces at Half Price.
25 Per Cent off on Valises, Suit Cases and Trunks.
Neckties, Assorted Colors, Each
10c Men's Heaw Kockford Socks. 3 Pairs inr
All Silk Washable Taffeta Kihbons, per
iuu laueut myuoQ, now au per yaru . . 12 i-c
75c and 50c Children's Woolen Hoods each . 35c
$1 Corsets, the best makes, now go at . . 75c
Men's Good Corduroy Pants at 1.68, $1.98, and $2.25
Men s Serviceable Wool Pants, Si. 48, $1.98, and $2.25
Boy's Suits and Overcoats Sold Very Cheap.
Diamond C Soap and Santa Clans Soap, 8 Bars lor 25c
'Z ELEVENTH STRPET COLUMBUS, NEBR.
town. wt-nt down to Omaha the first
of the week to receive medical treat
ment in one of the fioi-pittds
Stt-lia, the younsest daughter ol
Mr. and Mr-. Frank Leach is ill with
a mild form of diptheria, coi i qnent
lv the Leach residence is nnner quar
antine. Mi.-s Gfrtiado Durrie. primnry
teaclirr n tbo public t-uhool sigw tna
bejrin! uf! . f tlie yrnr, died at the
hom-j tit ilr. ucd Aire. F. . Klebba
in this city Wednesday evening of
acute intestinal obstruction.
1.. D. Dirrp. Joseph Lachnit and
Iloborr Cave were down to the Lcnp
huutinv a couple of days the fiist of
the week, and met with fnirly good
Mrs Peter Riede and her mother
Mrs. Rieve of Lindsay wvre. la totvc
Wedue-day evening on their return
home from Columbus where they bad
bei'n visiting friuuds
Mis Katie Gilndorf returned home
last nijjlit from Mercy hospital, Ooun
oil tflatfs. where last week fhe sub
mitred to an operation for appendici
tis Sho has recovered from the
effects of the ooeration in nice shape
and is improving rapidly.
Mi and Vtp. L. D Diers went to
I.ouieville. Wednesday, to attend the
golden wedding of Mr. Dirs parens.
The whole Dier fuiilv and they are
a numerous oue was o bo present and
the occosion is no doubt a very enjoy
A der.l was consummated this week
whereby Fred lUamsaxt and Otto
Kuhn became the owners of the Hum
phrey brick vard and F. M. Leach be
comes tho owner of tbo Steinhans -ISO
farm northeast, of town. Messrs.
Bannigart and Kuhn will take posses
sion of the brick vard the first of
March. IHflli. Mr. Leach is nndecided
as to what lis future plans will be bul
he informed us that ho will continue
to make Humphrey his home.
J. F. Ducey and Miss Nelson of
Lindsay were in town Wednesday
afternoon on their way to Madison
where they went to get married. It
was a case of marriage against, the
will of the brides parents, and they
slipped away to Midison to do the joo
without letting aubody know it.
Miss Barbara Ablodicger well
known to many of tho residents of
Humphrey, was married tho first of
the week at Council BlniTs, la., to
A Lnfipur of Madison. The Demo
crat has been unable to secure full
particulars of the wedding and as to
the future plans of the youug couple.
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AMATTIM OF HEALTH
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
A Cream of Tartar Powder,
free from alum or phos-
VAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
Miss Anna Poiter and Miss Pearlie
Currier were the gueBts of Mist
Francis Clark Thursday night, tho
Kith, being Miss Francis eleventh
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Clark and
daughter, Mabel visited in Fuilertou
??.tnrity asd Sunday the .gues-ts ol
Martin J. Grower and family.
About half of the township have
Suithed husking and how the boys
groan over their backs.
Several of the young peoplo of the
neighborhood attended a dance at Mr.
II. McFavdeus Friday night.
Mrs. William Finch and Mrs. J. E.
Weldon suent Thursday with Mrs.
The printer made quite a mistake
for us last week. Tne item that read
J V. Carrier and Prof. Clark bought
100 heal of calves at Boone should
have bosn J. W Currier and Roy
Clark purchased !" head cf calves at
Ed: The printer '1ms a tea cent
cigar for both of these gentlemen.
J. WT. Apgar is driving around i:i a
new buccy this week
William Builard representative of
the lmd department of the Union Pa
cfic railroad was in Woodville Ust
week, trying to get land for a switch
track and elevator, near the present
site of the depot
A. LaRue of Genoa was in tho
neigborhood Friday dehorning cattle.
vard 4c and 5c
x Sherman Township.
Mr and Mrs. Otfis Moran of Ores
ton visited Sunday at the home of J.
P SJiro'der. jy
JoBie Cttnip vctffcVnad blood poiBon
on his left haSdis book, on the farm
but sthas a very sore 'band.
MJf Carl Rosche visited with her
mjbr Mrs Mihlram Sunday.
red Sietken added another 40 acrer
to U'.s farm piying tfcOc for raw prai
The Misses Pauline and Ida Holl
tuaun was were Columbus visitoie
Herman Brauuer attended the dunce
it the 'home of Herman Oldrege Sarur
d.y evening, and a good time is re
united. William Scblnlzbaner has jass com
oleted an addition to his house also
Rndolpn Wardeman on the Davis
Kdwin Feidler has emit his position
with Gus Luseke and goes to Ocome
to no soiun painting on his farm.
We predict a strong winter this year
for Philip achadr is growintr a foil
crop of whif keri Here is Inck Philip
Richlana and Vicinity.
We -are h-o-iu a teaet of fine weather.
The a-niveisarv of the great turkiy
ma huci- i- iltHi it uieh. ,
Miss tllara G.tz returned to her
home at O Kaa, Neb., Mo day, atte
a three mouth's vitdt here.
2 Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kluik visittd
their daughter, Mis. Minnie Smith
in rlitte county Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rickart enter
tained guests Sunday at their beauti
tul home northwest of town.
Quite a number from here attendca
the private dance given at George
Lewis Saturday nigbr. A good time
Henry Rickert of Shell Greek de
livered grain here last week.
Otto Milltr spent Sunday under tie
o.irputal roof near Columbus.
Ye Sri i be and children visited their
kith and kin in Platte connty Sunday.
Cjrn is most all hutked. The
women folks have been very faithful
and some have proveu to be (xpeit
at piling up the golden car. We sug
gest n banquet be given the ladies
toon and expenses paid by their bet
Prof. Crosby and family now occu
py the lower rooms of the Methodist
Episcopal church parsocage.
The Wells- Hord Elevator Co. have
the material on the grounds forthdr
elevator ar this place which will
stand between the depot and Riesch
Bros, elevator. Richland is destined
to become the greater Omaha.
John Dischner and family attended
divine tervice in Columbus Sunday.
Our mail carrier, Mr. Wertz is
training "Barney" his driving horse
to walk slowly by the boxes, while
he delivers mail, hence no stops made.
Henry Weleh of Shell Creek has
completed a neat and comfortable barn
on tho school ground in district 23.
The teacher. Miss Mary Welch intends
driving a team to and from her school
Robert Cresap resumed his duties
last week, as teacher near Howells
after a vacation of two weeks.
Qnite a nnmber from here attended
tho funeral of the infant danghter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Lucbsinger at the
Garman Lutheran church on Shell
Creek Tuesday of last week. A large
circle of friends and relatives extend
heartfelt sympathy to the bereft.
2 Jchn Sisle, age 70, has been ill
since last week.
Barn, to Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bisale
last Saturday, night a daughter.
Lester Jackson has returned from
Iowa to help Barnes husk corn.
Is the Yeast
that Raised the
It is a truly wonderful
YEAST FOAM is sold by all
grocers at 5c a package enough
for 40 loaves. Send a postal card
for new illustrated book " Good
Bkead : How to Make It."
WflTHWESTERM, YEAST CO. ...
CHICAGO, ILL. '
is good food food for brain, tood for orawn, food that is
strengthening, that gives energy and courage. Without a proper
appreciation of this great fundamental truth no nation can rise
As an article of food, soda crackers are being used more and
more every day, as is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000
packages of Uneda Biscuit, which haw come to be recog
nized as the most perfect soda cracker the world has ever known.
And so Unda Biscuit will soon be on every table at
every meal, giving life, health and strength to the American people,
thus in very truth becoming the backbone of the nation.
Of SHORTHORN CATTLE
Wishing to reduce the numherof
my herd, I will otter at Public
Auction at the
Keatskotoos Stock' Farm
Two mile eat of Genoa, on
Tuesday, Dec. 5
100 Head of Registered
and High Grade Short
10 Registered Bulls
Including my herd bull "Levi the
Great," conceded by competent
judges to be one of the best bulls
in the State.
21 Registered Cows and
Representing some of the best
families of the Short Horn breed.
50 Cows and Heifers
7-8 and 15-16 Short Horn, many
of which will make fine milch cows
20 2-Year Old Steers
Carrying more Short Horn blood
on the average than the cows and
TERMS One year's time on bank
able paper at 10 per cent interest.
Sale Begins at 10 O'clock a.m.
No postponement on account of
weather as sale will be hold under
cover. Write for sale catalogue.
Robt. C. Anderson
To accommodate holi
day travelers a rate of
one fare and one-third
for the round trip to
points within 200 miles
of starting point, has
been generally placed
in effect by the
K79 1 0
Dates of Sale, Nov. 29
and 30, with final re
t urn limit Dec. 5.
W. H. BENHAM, Agent.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
That is the kind of pillows we keep and recommend. You know when you sleep o
them how comfortable and restful thev are.
Sold By HENRY GASS, Columbus, Nebraska.
The 80-acre farm abouS 1
and 1-2 miles east and 1-2
mile north of Columbus, just
east of the farm of H. E.
Babcock, now occupied by Ed
Morrow; 80 acres of good
land; present price, 65 per
Also for sale, sw4 sw4, sec.
15, twp. 19, rg. 1, east, just
west of the farm of H. E.
Babcock, about 1 1-4 miles
east of Columbus; nnimprov'd
land. This is close to the city
and will make a splendid
home. Price is very low, $40
18 Pearl St.
Council Bluffs, la.
Low Thanksgiving Rates.
Burlington Monte will sell tickets to
nil points not over 200 miles at the rate
of one and a third fare for round trip on
Nov. 20th and :0th, jjool retnrninj? until
Dec. 4th. L. F. Kectok.
33-2t Agent C. B. iV Q. Ky.
FIRST CLASS MEALS
M. 6. J&RUZAL, Prop'r.
The Radiant Home
the center of the bottom and upward between the draft
flues, in this way coming in contact with the hottest part
af the stove.
A Complete Line of Gem City Goods
A lot of people use the
same pillows too lonjj.
Just because a pillow is
covered and you can't see
the dirt is no indication that
the dirt is not there.
The careful housekeeper
will not keep her old pillows
too lonj and to insure com
fort in the new ones she will
be certain that they are the
fatuous Knimerich pillows
bearing this tag
I carry the best of everything
in my line. The drinking pub
lic is invited to come in and se
JflS. NEVELS. Preprluter
51 ft Twelfth Street Phone No. lib
Cw OSXM Wfk
lvs Cream Balm
This Remedy is a Specific,
Sure to Give Satisfaction.
CIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cleauxsJ, soothes, heals, and protects the
di.4c.kvd membrane. It cures Catarrh ami
tlrivt-s away a Cold in the Head quickly.
Gestures the Senses of Taste and Smell.
M-isy to use. Contain no injurious drugs.
Applied into tho nostrils and absorbed.
LarJ; Size, HO cents at Druggists or by
mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warns St, Nw Ytn.
Pocket Joints Prevent
ing cement from falling
out and making an ab
solutely air-tight joint
which will not open.
No Gas The open top
magazine, in combina
tion with a gas flue, not
found in any other base
burner, prevents all ex
plosion or escape of gas.
Circular Bottom Flue
Carrying the heat around
the outside of the bottom
thus increasing the rad
iation. Large Hot Air Flue
Taking the cold air from
the floor, or if preferred
from the outside, thro
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