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All main line passenger trains dally.
WR5Jg"5Si;V. H. Bemha. Agent.
iev. Gensichen confirmed a class of
13 t the Boheet Lutheran church Sun
day. Qua Loseke had five loads of lnmber
hailed from Creston Monday for a new
Issia BrockfOoluml)US was in these
Henry Meyer of Grand Prairie was in
tbaae parts a few days last week vacci
nating andxUbofning cattle.
Mr. an Mrav H. H. Hnneman
Tifited at the County seat Monday.
Mm. Frank Wardeman and little
ottBiohard returned home from Go-
kialMy'-'QldifcB of near Leigh
ilcedlthe past two weeks with her
siater Mrs. Adolph Hellbash.
Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Roshe were pas
segerftflWJre8ton to Omaha Friday
lenry Wilke marketed fat hugs at
it announcing the mar
riage of Miss Wilhelmine Hnnteeman
-to "Mr. Adolph Sanders both of Sher
..Iionis Oattau says he is sorry it
'rained so mnoh last Sunday.
Barahd"A"doIph" liueechen drove to
OjJMton on business Saturday.
Oar roadoverseer John Hamhng is
bwy these days 'repairing the bridges
i tbit baferbeea damaged by the heavy
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MUmUkMdJAver Trouble Cored.
Orwoj-Jjaxative, Fruit Syrup cure-,
stomach and liver trouble as it aids
i digestion, and stimulates the liver and
boe Witfclout irritating these organs
f pile aid tfrkinary. catharties. It cures
t inoihrAtipnf aid n sick headache and
j chronic constTpalion. Orino Laxative
Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe
ao&-is,Afild and pleasant to take. Ke-
fusesubstitute& 'McChntock & Carter.
Alice and Maurice Cahill left last
f Saturdjjjjpjjtar Cplunibus where they will
attend St. Francis Academy. They
4 wefgaqootnpanied by their mother, Mrs.
Dan, ..CahiU who returned to St. Ed
's ward afonday.
j ifr.'aod Mrs. George A. Ireland re
4 turned Mcmday from New York cit
". where the doctor has lwen taking post
5 gradual work? in medicine and surgen
i foe tbe.laat four months.
- Paul Greig and Allen Bennett attend
f ed a meeting' of the Baptist Young
1; Peoples Union of the Platte and Elk-
horn districts at Columbus last Satnr-'
I day atrtil Sunday i
1 54Jii!!MM8er..wfc0 """M De remerabereil
;ua St. , Edward boy who graduated
- from otnr high school in the class of '9!),
1 has just finished his work and received
f his degree from Bush medical college.
I- He at once entered the race for an in
T ternship in the Cook county hospital,
the largest hospital in the countay, and
v out of 106 contestants only foui teen
X were successful, John was one of them
;" and sriU have eighteen months practice
4 in one of the best institutions of its
J "A liaid' cold cure, for children
'j tkt itifeasaat, harmless, and effec-
X tire is Bee's Laxative Honey and
1 Tar "Saperibr all other cough
Y syrups for cold remedies, because it
acts on the bowels. An ideal remedy
T for coughs.':' colds, croup whooping
oomgh and all curable lung and bron
X ohial affections in child or adult.
f Plsajaato. take.1 Sold by McClin-
t- (Tboc&ate for last week. )
Henry Asche is working for Alvin
Harnapp thiB year again.
Fred Jenny was the guest of his
brother Bob Maw in Colfax county.
a"1!!.1 and Mrs. Alvin Hainapp were
the gnests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
MoaUor-ia Colfax county.
Eagle Eoptske was the guesr at
' Hersaaa Schmidt's last Sunday.
i Last Saturday evennig there was a
amrprisQ party on Willie Meuth which
i any weii snenaea sua a general
good time was had.
JS'OHeroBehban and Henry Brock
-kiDi3e3ia:CBr: load of bogs to Omaha
last 'week. .,
George Young was visiting at Her
nJoaajiiies last Sunday. The far
Mrs in this vicinity are starting to
do fieU wsrkslow but sure.
April fools day was the first of
. Apnt-aa ereryone Knows, ana many
got.J!QoJad..bat no one worse than
Jote.Bxock, ,a few went there on
'Batarday eTenicg, and tied their horse
?aya. tear the road, and pulled
PtftM.tafsaofyfcmt of the shed and
alt tNl iThltheW drove down to Rev-
.TtJMkmmagn' moaas ami left it
there, next morning when John want
ed to go to church the boggy was
gone, then tey hunted by the neigh
bors and four miles in Colfax county,
until they fonnd it at the preachers.
John Doersch was in Leigh on busi
ness. Fred Wahl put a new roof on his
granary last week.
The tar that is contained in Bee's
Laxative Honev and Tar is barm less.
It is not coal tar, but is obtained
from the pine-trees of our own na
tive forests. Bee's Laxative Honey
and Tar is the best remedv for colds
because it acts on the bowels thus
expeling all colds from the system.
Bee's is the original Laxative Honey
and Tar, and is best for coughs,
colds, crouD, whooping, coogh, lung
and bronchial affections. Sold -flc-Otluock
Plant your potatoes on Good Fri
day The recent rains have pnt the
ground in a fine condition for seed
ing and many farmers will begin this
Bollin Brocalesby. who recently re
turned from an eastern viBit is under
the doctors care.
Mrs. Hoyt of Columbus has been
here the past week caring for the
infant left by the death of Mrs.
The aged mother of Tacob and
Henry Smith is quite feeble these
Mrs. Carl Ewert is slowly improv
ing from the grippe
Clint Stevenson does a good thing,
presents his wife with a 850 steel
range purchased of Gray at Columbus.
Mis? Mary Welch returned Saturday
from Norfolk, having attended tha N.
N. T A.
Gusta Ewert. was born in Germany
August. 12. 15S7. United in marriage
to Adolph Hoge, May 20, 1897 and
died April 8, 11)0(5 at her present home
in West Colfax county. The uuion
was blecsed with five children, one
dying in infancy. Besides the com
panion two sins age 7 nncl 8, one
daughter age 5 auri the infant age two
weeks. The deceased leaves a father,
mother, five sisters, six brothers be
sides other relatives and a large circle
of friends to mourn the loss of an
ideal wife, a loving motber, sister,
daughter and a true triend A short
service was held at the house last Fn
dav at 10 a. m., after which services
were held at the German Evangelical
church at Oolumbas, Rev. H. Meissler
preaching a touching sormon after
which the body was laid to rest in the
Columbus cemetery Among1' those
from Columbus who attended the ser
vice at the home were Rev. Meissler.
August Hoertckor and daughter, R. C.
Boyd and wife, Setb Biauu, Will
Schram and August Scbuack.
The Richest Man in the World.
The richest man in the world can not
have his kidneys replaced nor live with
out them, so it is imporisnt not to
neglect these organs. If Foley's Kidney
Cure is taken at the first feign of danger,
the symptons will disappear and your
health will be te.torec, as it strengthens
and builds up these organs as nothing
else will. Oscr Bowman, Lebanon,
Ky writes: "1 have need Foley's Kid
ney Cure and take great pleasure in
stating it cured mo permanently of Kid
ney disease, which certainly would have
cost me my life. -McCIintock fc Carter.
Mrs. R. W. Gentleman returned from
Kearney ounday evening wuere nhe
bas been visiting for the past three
weeks. She was accompanied huiue
by her niece Eileen Gentleman, who
will remain for some time.
Miss Testie Regan snunt Saturday
The firm of H. M. Ripp & Co . have
sold their stock of merchandise to
Smiths Invoicing has been conducted
during the past week and this week.
Smiths will move into the Ript build
ing. Miss Mae Considene went to Colum
bus Saturday noon and returned Satur
William P. Scnelp came down from
his Dakota hour est ead last week and
this week will return overland. Will
intends making nis borne in Dakota
for the next year.
T. J. Cronin and D. P. Mahoney
will leave for their Dakota home
steads this week.
Hugh Willk bas resigned his posi
tion in the postoffice to accept a
clerkship in th9 Kehoe drug store.
Miss Belle Weddell of Columbus has
accpeted the position of clerk in the
William O'Callaghan departed Tues
day for his homestead in Dakota.
Will has spent the greater part of a
year in Dakota and seems well pleased
with the countrv.
Chris Griesen and Louis Menice
returned home from Canada wliere
they have been living for several
months on homesteads. From all re
ports the boys do not like Canada
Patrick Dooly and two children of
Cheyenne arrived here Saturday even
ing for an extended visit witb rela
tives and friends.
xbe infant child of John Fuller has
been qnite sick, but is reported im
proving. Frank Ulother made a trip to Co
lumbus on business last Saturday
George Englehorn returned home
last week after an absence of two
It is not difficult to relieve blind.
bleeding, itching or protruding pile?
with Man Zan, the great olle remedy.
It is put up in collapsable tubes with
nozzle, and may be introduced and
applied at the seat of the trouble.
Stops pain instantly. Sold by Mc
Olintock & Carter. -
From the Democrat
Mr. 'and Mrs. Obe Terwillegar left
Wednesday for California to spend a
few months recuperating. They have
many friends here who hope they will
be benefitted by the California climate
sufficiently to again return to Hum
phrey to make their home. They were
accompanied on the trip by Miss Kate
Moackler, who returns to make her
home with the Eimers family after an
extended visit hero with relatives and
John W. Bender has purchased the
H. M. Little property in the southeast
part or town, paying there for $12,000.
Mr. Bender purchased the property for
the purpose of making him and his
family a permanent home. He says he
will quit farming in a year or so and
move to town and occupy his new home
A gentleman by the name of Miller
who is digging a well for G. Biedinger
north of town, had a narrow escape
from serious injury one day this week.
He was down in the well digging and.
Mr. Bedinger and John Fisher were
drawing the dirt out with two large tin
buckets. Miller was careless in attach
ing one of the buckets to the rope and
when it neared the top of the well, the
bucket fell to the bottom, lint as luck
would have it the bucket struck on the
side of the well in such a way as to
cause it to glance to one side and only
strike the digger on the shoulder with
out much injury. The bucket weighed
about 100 pounds.
Last Friday P. E. McKillip purchased
of Hilger Greisen the H. M. Ripp & Co.
stock of general merchandise at Platte
Conter also the building in which the
stock is located and 200 acres of land in
section 35 Burrows township, considera
tion being $17,400. In turn Mr. Mc
Killip soldto Mr. Greisen 320 acres of
land three miles north of Monroe and 80
acres near Platte Center. On Saturday
Mr. McKillip sold the stock of general
merchandise to Smith & Co , 80 acres of
land near Platte Center to William
Pilleu for $93 per acre. 120 in the same
neighborhood for S93S0 to Henry Jack
son and 8(50 acres north of Humphrey to
A dose of Pine-ules at bed time will
uuajly relieves backache, before morn
ing. These beautiful little globules
are soft gelatine coated . and when
moistened and placed in the moutn
you can't keep from swallowing them.
Pine-ules contain neither sugar nor
alcohol just gums and resins obtaiued
from onr own native pine forest, com
bined with other well known bladder,
kidney, blood aud backache remedies
Sold by McClintock & Carter.
District No 4.
Carrig and Iossi branded
head of cattle and dehorned
head last Friday.
Sabestine Koesly shelled corn for
F. Shulty Saturday and in the after
oon seven loads of corn got caught in
rhe rain while going to Platte Center.
D. F. Donahue finished his big hog
shed last week.
"' Charley tirossnicklaus was confirmed
Sunday in Columbus in the German
Reformed church by Rev. Neuuiarker.
Hers boys are breaking two colts.
School in this district ha? started
again for two months more. Delia
Field work bas not commenced vet
in this neigh liorhood, account of the
Mr. aud Mrs. Christ Iossi went to
Columbus on business last week.
Foley .t Co., Chic-igo originate'!
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of thu great
merit and popularity of Fole Qonej
and Tar main imitations are offered for
tlio genuine. Thee worthies iiuita
tions have similar sounding names. Ho
ware of them. The genuine Folej's
Honey and Tar is in a yellow pneknge.
Ask for it and refuse any substitute.
1 1 is the best remedy for coughs and
colds. Met Mintock & Carter.
Charles Wullbrant was called to
Wood River Thursday to attend the
funeral of his sister, who died in a
hospital at Lincoln.
;J. O. Gillian and family wore Ge
noa visitors Friday.
Roy Preston of Monroe is working
for Ben Fellers.
Those from here who attended the
entertainment, giveu by Brush, the
magician, at Monroe. Thursday even
ing, think they saw one of the seven
wonders of America.
Mr. Weyen and family attended
confirmation exercises at St. Bernard
Sunday. Miss Lizzie Weyen was one
of the class to be confirmed.
Mrs Goerge Swisher and children
of Spalding arrived Saturday for a
week's visit with relatives and
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
"Several years since my lungs were so
badly affected that I had many hemorr
hages,' writes A. M. Ake. of Wood, Ind.
"I took treatment with several physi
cians without benefit. I then started to
take Foley's Honey and Tar, and my
lungs are now as sound as a bullet. I
recommend it in advanced stages of lung
trouble." Foley's Honey and Tar stops
the cough and heals the lungs, and pre
vents serious results from a cold. Re
fuse substitutes. McClintock & Carter.
Very low Rates to California.
On account of the convention at Los
Angeles, Cal., May 7-10, 1906, of the Im
perial Council Ancient Arabic Order
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, the Union
Facibc bas authorized a very low round
trip rate to San Francisco and Los An
gelas. Tickets on sale from April-25tli
to May 5th, 1906.
For rates, sleeping car reservations
and California literature write to
W. H. Benham, Agent.
ann'sir' i3nM t
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Miss Pearl Kent visited with th. Nic
holson family from Wednesday till Sat
urday last week.
James Keer of Albion visited at the
home of his annt Mrs. J. M. Bryan last
Roy Clayburn has accepted a position
in the U. P. Signal oth'ce in Omaha as
A very successfull entertainment was
given by the Wattsville school last Fri
day evening. The proceeds from !ho pale
o: tho baskets iimonnted to $22.00 which
is to be applied to the school library.
Mi-s Myrtle Hinkle visited friends in
Wattsville Friday and Saturday.
Mrs J.Keeler was am Albion vNUoi
Salv3l Salve! Spread the s-alve. but
let it re Pine salve, uatures remedv
for cuts, burns, sores, etc. Sold by
McClintock & Carter.
An eleven ponnd boy was born to
Mr. and Mrs J. A. Kilboru Saturday
The Presbyterian church at Oconee
is being improved bv a coat of paint.
W. E Bickwith is the artist.
C. E. Chapiu is having his resi
J. F. Dineen shipped a car of fat
steers to South Omaha Tuesdav.
There was a surprise partv at tho
borne of A C. Butler Tuesday night.
John Zabowa was the first on this
route to begin seeding.
For blonriup, belching, inrtigestton,
etc . ear a King's Dyspesta Tablet
after meals. Sold bv McJlinfock k,
Tin- "arpon'erb are ai work at "A illiain
T. T. B nncr left for Lincoln Tuesday
morning for an indefinite fojourn.
Miss Vesla Slater of Columbus is
giving music lemons to Miss Freidig of
the Brown neighborhood.
Mrs. Emil ilessulhnlch has been quite
sick for a few days.
The roads in some places on tho val
ley are well nigh impassible. J. W.
Kinsman was stuck in tho mud Monday
with a load of oats, and a few days bo
fore that Charlie Fyfe had a similar ex
perience and there are others also.
Miss Elsie Zack came home a week or
so ago from Fremont where she has
been in school.
George Hasselbalch is 'at home from
Cordova, where he attended school this
Miss Cora Jerden is suffering with a
gathering in her head.
The gums and resins obtained from
pine trees have long been recognized
as highly beneficial in the treatment
of backache, kidney and bladder
toubles. Pine-ules is the name cf a
new medicine, the principle ingre
aients of which .come from the pine
forests of our own native land. Sold
by McClintck & Carter.
William Howser bas bought cotton
wood lumber from D. T. Bonner to
build a new barn.
Mr. J. B. Hoadley and Ida Ander
son were married Monday in Colum
bus. They went to Omaha to spend
a few days.
G. Meyer bad one of his ribs broken
ana was otherwise bruised while re
turning home from the Boettcher fu
neral. His spring wagon broke and
threw him violeuily to the ground.
Albert Lemp visited his parents at
Gridley last week.
Joseph Henggler. one of the best
citizens of ths county, has gone with
his daughter to his large ranch at
The oil wagon got stuck in the
mud near William Newman's Tues
day D. B Westbrook of St. Edward
visited his sister Mrs. W. S. Spencer
Miss Katie Engel who has been
quite ill is slowly recovering.
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Sold by jlcCHiitock & Carter.
Charles II. Dnek holds the helt for
China-lac sales in Nebrask i last year.
Fie sold S28 worth more than any other
dealer in the state. This record is one
of which Mr. Dack may have trood
cause to feel proud specially in view of
the fact that he was in competition with
several dealers in the state who have
exclusive paint stores.
Mrs. G, O. Burns received a telegram
this morning from her daughter, Mrs. A
E.Poole stating thut her husband's father
Chas. Poole was dying. She received a
letter last Sunday stating that he was
seriously ill. Chas. Poole visited in Col
umbus last summer just before his son
left for Davenport.
The attendance at the annual town
ship meeting of Monroe township was
the largest in its history, there being 43
voters present. It was decided to au
thorize the town board to tend to the
matter of draining the water away from
the road south of the Lightner property.
Other needed rod work was acted upon
and a levy of six mills voted fer the
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Scott of Kearney
are spending a few days the first of the
week with their sister Mrs. Ralph J.
We sincerely hope that the good roads
meeting held in Genoa last Friday even
ing will resn'it in improving the high
way leading to town from the Platte
Beard of a
niow did vou?
the features that
You'll find this feature
joins the share where the
ordinary plow gives out quickest.
The double-breast is an extra thickness of steel put on by a special
process of our own hardened so the life and wear is there to resist
the heaviest kind of work. You'll find it on every- style of plow we
make walking, sulky and gang. That's why the life of a J. I. Case
Plow is one-third longer than that of ordinary plows. That's why, in
the long run, ycu save money by buying a J. J. C- Plow.
The gooo points, the exceptional points, in J. I. C. Plows are so
numerous that we ask the privilege of telling you more about them.
We especially want to tell you about the new high footlift Sulky.
It's self-leveling a real foot lift. And we want to tell you about the
celebrated Triumph Sulky and Gang with their wonderful horse-saving,
light draft, comfort-to-man-and-beast features. And we make other
implements harrows, planters, cultivators, which we cannot describe
here, Lut which you ought to know about.
In order to make it more than worth while to get this
information we offer
write us about your implement needs, ana For catalogue.
l-k Kpad frii lt:rvririntilin nfFfr in rhf nnnl
to us. Address
J. I. CASE
COLUMBUS BUGGY &
Food to work on is food to live on.
A nun works to live. He must live
He does both better on
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most properly balanced proportions a
greater amount of nutriment than any
food made from flour.
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Let us build you one. "We
put nothing but the very best
material and workmanship in
them. The price is right.
FARMERS, Bring in your
tools and implements to he
sharpened and repaired now.
It will save you time when
the spring work opens up.
We keep only the Latest and
All Kinds of
IgUOnr Horseshoes stick and
don't lame your horse try 'em
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Yet it is one of
have made the J. I. Case
riirht where the mold board
wear is greatest where the
you an extra Inducement to have you
sit down now and write
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It cures cuts, sprains. bruises. sores, swellings,
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bites, etc., and is tho standard remedy for barbed
Vire cuts on animals, harness and saddle Kails,
scratches, grease heel, cakedudder.itch, usance, etc.
It heals a wound from 'the bottom np and is
thoroughly antiseptic. KING CACTUS OIL Is
sold by druggists in 15c., 50c. and 51 bottles. S3 and
5 decorated cans, or sent prepaid by the manufac
turers, OUiEY O McHAlV. Clinton, leva, if
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