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We will sell Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Street Hats
Misses9 and Children's Hats and Caps
AT PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE
We will sell all Trimmed Hats at Less Than Half
Price. Prices on this Line of Hats is as Follows:
Hats at $15.00, will Sell at $5.98
Hats at $12.00, will Sell at $4-98
Hats at $10.00, will Sell at $3.98
Nats it S5, $5, $7 and $8will sail at 629 $2.48, $2.98 and $3.48
A nice line of Street
sell at the following
25 Discount on all Ostrich Plumes and Tips.
Fancy Feathers at Half Price.
Make Your Selections Early while we have a nice line to select
from. The Prices ara Sure to Suit You.
Closing out Toys!
You have heard that some foods furnish fat,
other foods make muscle, and still others arc
tissue building and heat forming.
You know that most foods have one or more
of these elements, but do you know that no
food contains them all in such properly balanced
proportions as a good soda cracker
The United States Government report shows
that soda crackers contain less water, are richer
in the muscle and fat elements, and have a much
higher per cent of the tissue building and heat
forming properties than any article of food made
That is why U needs BiSCUlt should
form an important part of every meal They
represent the superlative of the soda cracker, all
their goodness and nourishment being brought
from the oven to you in a package that is proof
against air, moisture and dust the price being
too small to mention.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
in Prices Beginning Dec. It
In order to devote all my
space to Candies, Bakery
UWUS illlU. IKK VreiUil X Will
close out my Toys below
cost. They must all be sold
1 have fitted up as a candy
salesroom the room for
merly used as ice cream
parlor where patrons will
find courteous and atten
tive clerks to supply their
75c and $1
Smoke Little Duke cigar.
Dr. lUrk T. MoMahon. dentist
Journal ads bring results. '
Dr E. H. Nauman, Dentist, 13th St
The Journal wants all the news.
Phone or write it in.
Dre. Marty n, Evans & Evans. Co; -sulfation
in German and English.
Try our Rex Lump Coal 7 at the
yard. P. D. Smith Co. Both tel. No. 8.
SEND jour want ad3 to the Journal.
Boys, buy yonr cigars and candy at
Smith's, opposite U. P. dect. tf
WAT UP is used by ail who desire a
fine quality of patent flour. The Co
lumbus roller mills makes it.
See the immense line of Holi
day goods at Snow's. 36-13
FOB SALE : A second hand piaao,
almost new. Inquire Journal office.
The McAllister studio for vour
Christmas Photo's. Come early, a
handsome calendar or PJatinam folder
with every dozen photo's nntil Janu
lUeprM'hiumi pij'f s rnd n:;tr h'!der6 at
Liberty Belles at North Opera house'
next Tuesday eight.
If your eyes, ears, nose or throat give
you trouble see Dr. Lueschen.
W. E. Cole of Monroe was in this
city today enrcuto to Omaha.
Make him a present of a box of cigars.
Get them at Hage'i's and they will please
Dr. Jonas of Omaha was in this city
yesterday in consultation with Dr.
Miss Petite Martjn returned Sunday
night after a twelve days visit in
Mis6 Bertha Chapin of Oconee is a
guest of her high school friends here
Miss Haidee Thurston of Genca is
reported to be very low from an at
tack of typhoid fever.
The Presbj terinn ludies will sell at
Niew boners, December 14 Come and
gel oui Chi istmas good:?.
Steel Gillette Safety Razors
Poultry exhibition open December
IS and closes the 22ud The big com
bination hog sale is on December 21.-
Genrge Fairchild went to Omaha
this morning and P. J. McCaffrey
went to Va'lty to attend the poultry
Excellent reed potatoes for saleC
Early Ohio variety at 75 cents. Don't
wait until spring and pay f 1.50. Tur
ner & Jenkins. 1-3
3 Mary G. F.o y died la. t
night at S o'clock a short time after
the operation and was taken to St.
Edward this morning for burial.
FOR SALE 40 acres of good farm
land two and one-half miles northeast
of Columbus. C0 per acre if taken soon.
Inquire of E. II. Xaumann, Columbus,
Procrastination is the thief of time.
Don't put it off. Have yonr house in
sured now. Have yonr accounts col
lected before they are outlaw. Call
on O. N. McElfresb. wtf.
FOR SALE : A secocd hand gaso
line ensine, 2 horse power. Just the
thing for a farmer to use for jumping
water or grinding feed. Cheap for
cahs. Journal office.
Hits Gladys Williams, a cousin of
Mrs. Henry Ragatz,- jr., arrived from
New York last Thursday. She left
Tuesday evening for California to
spend the winter.
E. H. Chambers returned to Indian
Territory Sunday morning to close
some land deals initiated by him and
Mr. Hcckenberger two weeks ago.
He was accompanied by Homer Ro
binson. A young Polish farmer from Genoa,
Frank, Torczonwos brought to St.
Mary's hospital on the-noon train? to
day for surgical treatment. He had
one arm badly mangled in a corn shel
ter. The arm wu amputated.
;Rnv. F. E. Thompson of St. Ew
dard, former pastor of the Presbyter
ian church has accepted a pastorate
at Niobrara. He passed through Co
lumbus today and was joined here by
his son Frank, who has been visiting
at, the home of Mr. and Mrs G. A.
According to associated press reports
Durward Davies of this city was one
of the three riflemen from Nebraska
in the' recent national rifle contest at
Sea Girt, N. J., who is mentioned as
an "expert rifleman." This is a
marked honor for this young man
who is bnt nineteen years old.
The Rev. John Hughes Griffith, who
tor many years has been pastor of a
Congregational Methodist chnrch in
Wisconsin, will occupy the pulpit of
the Methodist Episcopal chnrch next
Sabbath morning and, evening. Mr.
Gritffih is making an extended visit
in Nebraska and his friends in tbiB
city will be glad to see and hear him.
The Boone County Advance olosed
its piano contest last week. Miss
Edna Vieths winning the piano with
45,415 votes and Miss Alice Wagner a
piano certificate for f 100 and $25 in
cash. Editor Kennedy expresses him
self as pleased with the results of the
contest and t-ays be has added several
hundred names to his subscription
Mr. Joseph R. Lina berry, the popu
lar brakesman on the Spalding pas
senger whom the boys familiarly call
"Bob", was married at Butte. Nob.,
last Saturdav. His bride. Miss Mary
Stock well of Naper. Neb., accompan
ied him to Columbus today to return
with him to Spalding where they
will begin housekeeping. "Bob"
surprised everybody, including nie
The Royal Arcanum lodge of Co
lumbus elected officers last week as
follows: regent, D. M. Newman; V.
Resent, George Fvirchild; orator, M.
Savage; secretary, J. -H. Galley;
collector, J. D. Stires ; treasurer W. A.
McAllister; chaplain. W. H. Benham;
cuide, P. J. McCaffrey; warden,
August Dictricbs; sentry. Earl Gal
lev past recent, J. C. Freydig ; repre
sentative to Grand Council, J. H.
Galley ; alternate. George Fairchild;
trustree. G. A. Schroeder and J. R.
Caster; auditing, commttee; G. U.
liecher and George Fairchild.
Tho Opinion,. ...
We are informed that Martin Jor
gensen contemplates moviBg to Lind
toy and starting a cigar factory.
We regret to chronicle the dea'h on
Wednesday of Mrs. Weber, wife of
Rev. Weber, pastor of the Kalamazoo
German Luthtran chnrch north of
Lindsay.- Asthma was the cause, the
tody having been afflicted with it -for
S"t iK ?
is made of Grape
Cream of Tartar
Makes the food
Dr. Vallier, Osteopath, Barber block.
Prof. Sike, teacher music. Barber bldg.
G. R. Freib, painting and paper
A new line of guaranteed pipes and
smoker's articles at The Bowling Alley.
" Buy early and avoid the
rush! Snow's Book Store.
WANTED: Good blacksmith for
city work. L. SHCKEIBER.
Wanted A good girl forgeneral house
work, four in family. Call at this office.
Dr. C. V. Campbell, Dentist with Dr.
Luescben, Afnuld's old stand. Olive at.
Lee Jenkins went to Herman, Neb.,
Tuesday as lineman for the Nebraska
Girls, don't buy cheap lotions for the
complexion. Just coax your mothers to
.use Peter Schmitt's Hour.
HOUSES FOR RENT Wo have a
desirable line of houses for rent.
Becher Hockenberger and Chambers.
If you want a Hour with all the nu
tritious pari of the wheat buy GOLD
DUST made by Columbus roller mills.
PHOTO'S. Come early for your
Christmas Photo's. A handsome cal
endar or Platinum folder given with
each dozen from sow uatil January
1. McAllister Stndio.
Steel Gillette Safety Razors
The Presbyterian ladies will bold a,
bazaar at the Reincke building on loth
St., December 15lh and lGth. Fmoy
articles, dressed dolls, home made can
dies and cook books for sale. A lunch
will be served from 12 to 2 p. in.
Next Sunday in the.Baptist church
the pastor will speak at 11 -.00 on " My
Need of the Holy Spirit Baptism," at
8:30 on "For what does onr Denom
ination stand?", and at 7:30 on "The
Children in the Market Square."
Jacob Schwank a prominent farmer
residing north of Columbus a few
miles has completed an eiaborato sys
tern of water works. A large reser
voir located on a hill will eupply his
residence and all the stables and feed
yards on his ranch.
L. G. Patterson, formerly a printer
employed in the Journal office of this
citv more recently filline a position
with the Reese Printing Co., of Oma
ha, has pnrchasd the Lindsay Post
and iB now in full charge. ' Pat",
with the assistance of Pis wife, who
is also a compositor, ought and no
doubt will give the citizens of our
neigeborhing village a newsy and
well printed publication.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
cbnrcb will.hold a bazaar Friday and
Saturday of this week, in the Riecke
building, west of Pollock's drue store.
They will serve lunch from 12 till 2
o'clock, and in the evening ice cream
cases and chocolate. There will be
aprons, dressed dolls and fancy arti
cles for sale, as will be home made
candies. A special attraction there
will be a windmill, an old woman in
the shoe and other features.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dack went to
Omaha last Friday for the purpose of
attending the funeral of their nephew,
William Busbee, the head cook on tee
Overland Limited dining car, wLo
was killed in the wreck near Chey
enne lust week. But the remains were
not brought to Omaha, as they were
so badly burned they could not be dis
tinguished from one other victim.
Mr. and Mrs.. Dack then went to
Shenandcab, whero they remained till
Monday with friends. Frank McKin
nil well known in railroad circles hero
was also a victm of the wreck.
'the Journal was late one day lat
week., And it was. all caused by the
extra ordinary demands of the Coin tu
bus merchants. The Journal's cylin
der press was called upon to make
15,000 impressions after Tuesday noon
and the whole Journal force was com
pelled to work fourteen honrs a day
from Monday till Friday. The Jour
nal's advertising last week was a rec
ord breaker, TOO inches of display and
225 lines of local. This was 25 per
cent more than the entire business for
April 19C4. the first month or the
Jonrnal under tho present macage
ment. JIM'S PLACE
I carry the best of everything
in my line. The drinking pub
lic is invited to come in and set
HIS. NEVELS. Proprietor
516 Twelfth Street Phone No. lib
bV : wj?
ft New ftttraction will be
presented December 18th
by the Union Pacific and
Salt Lake Route.
The Los Arcg'elesL'Limited
Now Train. New Line to
W. ft. BENHflM Agent.
Fall and Winter
Suits & Overcoats
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AMONG Our Scll line of Overcoats we have tho Light Covert Top
Coat for fall wear. Our 44 inch Overcoats made np in black
beavers for dns wear and also made up in fancy mixtures, either
in soft cr hard finished goods to suit tho wear it will be snbjected to. We
also have a complete lino of our 52 in belt coats-a stylish overcoat to
suit ihu taste of anyone desiring a mint for sll ronnd purposes in good old
winter weather. After looking over our line for fall and winter 1905-00
you will s:iy that its tho most complete and best for the money you have
ever si en. lJemcmber wo have them at all prices, every one can be suited
85 to 810 buys a daisy.
Prices $10, 812.50, $15.
$16, $18, $20 and $22.50
THERE ARE NONE BETTER
In buying Coal as weU as other
things. Read our large list and get
posted on prices and the different
kinds of Coal we handle.
HOCK Sl'ltLXGS NUT AND fr You know
LUMP., O.VV what this is.
KEMMEKERXUTAXIJ O ff You know
LUMP D.JJ What this is.
MA1TLAND y g All
LUMP. lDJ good.
MAITLAXD J OO A"
SUNNY SIDE tm -v Toeo,d Canon
...., 7.5CJ City. Can't get
LLMP J' any better.
SUXSUIXE L if B-st coal for
NUT J.VJVJ the money.
CARNEY ff Tho cleanest
LUMP KJ.VJKJ coal raiDHh
CARXKV - fC ''e cleanest
NUT LJJJ coal mined.
TIIEXTOX fL ff For heating
NUT JKJVJ 8toves.
BLEND " PZf Cook stove
NUT ZjDJ coal.
WEI Pv CITY fn Furnace
NUT JOvf coal.
MAITLAXD fL f( Can't be beat
TEA JJJ forcookstove
HARD fk Lehigh and
COAL XyjmZjVJ Scranton.
FURNACE y Ef
coal 4 ZrXJ
All our Coal is woll screened and
TELEPHONE NO. 74. BOTH PHONES
- These are Prices at Yards.
L W. WEAVER & SON
J7E have tbem and a larger stock
than ever before. Made up
in tbe latest styles, hand tailored
neatly trimmed and every garment a
perfect tit. These garments are made
up in many different kinds of mater
ialsthe fashionable as well as mix
tures. An examination will convince
you that our suit9 are superior in
workmanship, look well and tit bet.
ter than many other makes of ready
made clothes. Our clothes are ready
to wear, but have such an exclusive
style and trim to them giving them a
look equal to best of custom tailored
and we can truthfully eay they are
second to none and there are none
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