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COPVKICKT I9QG BY THE BlSTEK. BROWN CO. CHICACQ.
TIGE WILL -SOON 5E HAPPY. fcU-STER 5ROWN
WILL COME BACK. THEY WILL &E ON THIJ
PAGE A LONG TIME. THEY WILL DELIGHT YOU
AND TALK To YOU A&OUT OlR BlJINEJ-5.
PERHAPS YOU WONDER HOW WE GOT MR.R.F.
OVTCAULT, THE CREATOR OF &U.STER 5ROWN
AND THE WORLD' J HIGHEST PAID ARTIST, To
MAKE FOR MS A FREJH, .SIGNED DRAWING
EACH WEEK. &VT WE DIDIT CO-ST MS No
-SMALL PRICE. WE ARE GLAD THEY WILL &E
HERE. &U.STER &ELIEVEJ IN TRUTH. WE Do.
WE MAKE A PROFIT, EVERY MERCHANT MU.ST.
WE DO NOT "ClTPRICE,S"-EXCEPT ON BROKEN
-SIZEJ OR WHEN OVERLOADED. --WE. MAKE
PRICED RIGHT IN THE BEGINNING. WE WISH
TO MAKE MONEY, WHODOEJN'T? BUT WE CAN
MAKE MORE .selling at a fair profit and
doing a bigger bu.sine,ss. help yourself
by making our volume larger. we invite
YOU TO LOOK EACH WEEK AT MR.OUTCAULT' s
CARTOON S. RESPECTFULLY,
Friday, Apr. 20
JOHN A. WOLFE
By Hall Cain.
Prices 25c to $1.00
Spring and Summer Goods
We announce to the people of Colum
bus that our new line of SPRING
and SUMMER GOODS is now open
tor your inspection.
We are now showing one of the most complete lines of
Dress Goods. .
in the city, in all the latest novelties, consisting of Figured
Linen, "D. E. Soie," Arnold's Silks, Chiffon Ombre, Print
ed Silk Mulls, Dotted Swiss Mull, Queen Batiste, Tokio
Brilliants, "Henely" Serges, 'Donzelle Organdie,? Queen
Percales and Madras Cloths.
India Linens, White Waist Goods,' Mercerized Suiting,
Silkized Poplin, Persian Lawns,' White Organdies, Batiste
and White Linen Suiting. This promises to be a big sea
son for White Goods.
New line of Zion Laces, Insertions and Allover Lace.
Also a new assortment of Swiss and Hamburg Embroid
eries and Insertions.
mings to match.
We sell the Francis T. Sim
mons Kid Gloves; also their
Silk and Fabric Gloves. A
new line just received.
NEW LINE OF
For Silk Waists, and Suits.
Silk Ribbons and Dress Trim-
Also a New Stock of Rain Proof Suitings, Broadhead
Dress Goods and Waist Patterns.
New Table Linens, Napkins, Stamped Linens and
Dresser Scarfs. Lace Curtains and Bed Spreads.
Also a complete lime of Staple Dry Goods- which we
offer for sale ot the lowest cash prices.
Agents for the "Standard Fashions" and "The De
signer. Subscriptions to the Designer reduced to 50c a year.
60S Eleventh Street, Columbus, Nebraska
Dr. Paul, dentist.
Herrick for farnitvre,
Journal ads bring result.
Dr. Mark T. McMahon. denitfst
A new line of chiua at Buschm an's.
Prof. Sike, teacher music Barb sr bldg.
Dr. D. T. Martyn went to Sc imyler
Get your shoes sbined at Park Bar
ber shop. tf
Miss Lyda McMahon was at borne
Guaranteed watoh repairing by 11th
St. Jeweler. tf
Herrick has a $75 side-board ' irhich
he will sell for $33.
Coal and baled hay awlays on. top
atNewman & Welch. tf
Try a Journal "want ad" if you nave
anything to buy or sell.
Miss Bess Mitchell of Lincoln is: "visit
ing Mrs. Julius Nichols.
Dr. D. T. Martyn, jr., office !new
Columbus State Bank bnilding.
"Miss Elise Brnsger was home this
week from the State 'University .
Bertha Ohapin of Oconee viaitod
friends here the first of the we ek.
Rubber boots mended with '& vui-
oanizinsr substitute at Carl Schi abort's.
Dr. C. V. Campbell, Dentist w ith Dr.
Lueschen, Arnold's old stand. Olive st.
Try our Bex Lump Coal $7 at the
yard. P. D. Smith Co. Both tel. No. 8.
Elm, ash and mulberry trees suit
able for door yards for sale at Albert
The Competitor $3.00 Fountain Pen
special at $1.00. Ed. J. Niewohner,
Mi6s Martha Post returned home
Monday morningjifter four weeks visit
3 Mrs. Joseph Krause of Genoa is
visiting Mrs. G. H. Krause and
Louis Lachnit left yesterday .for
Quincy, 111., to be gone the balance of
Mrs. Dr. Tyndall of Norfolk was
a guest of Mrs. M. D. Karr sereral
days last week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. William
Haake, of Bismark, Friday, April
13th, a daughter.
Wnen you want baled hay that is
brigbt and coal that is clean order
from Newman Welch. tf
Mrs. LeoGeitzen returned from Chi
cago Saturday, where sh e has spent the
winter studying music.
The $1 00 Shumate guaranteed Ka
zor, the best money can buy. Ed. J.
Niewohner, the jeweler.
Frank Hilmer. from nar Platte
Center, visited with William Haake
on Route 1 last Sunday.
Our sodii fountain is now open to the
public. The best ieo uream sodas and
fruit syrups. William Poesh.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberta are re
joicing over the arrival of ;i beautiful
little daughter last Thursday.
Mr. Julian Glseen of Omaha visited
his wife and little son over Sunday,
who are guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Mrs. W. 11. Slater has been very sick
for the past ten days with inllamalory
rheumatism. and ia not reported much
better at present.
Lula and Walter Gehr or Humphrey
are visiting their aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Wolfe and David
Thomas and family.
Alfred Anderson stopped for a few
days visit with his parents last week,
while enroute from Omaha to Denver
with a car load of Automobiles.
Half th housekeepers worry comes
from not having good flour. Use
Shell Creek Creek valley flour and do
away withall worry. Madeby Peter
mjm jruu want io mase your rooms,
look new this spring? Then see G.
R. Priob. He has the lafaKt: Hani crn a
in wall paper and will do you an ar
LOST : A brown leather purse con
ta ining a Eum of money, between the
residence and office of Judge Albert.
Finder please leave at Judge Albert's
office and receive reward.
For sale or rent 80 acres in Colfax
county seat. Good improved buildings.
For further particulars inquire of F. V.
Stibal, owner Gretna, Neb., or Joseph
Zerzan, agent Sciuyler, Neb. 4t p
For wedding stationery, vis
iting cards and fine stationery
call on the Columbus Printing
& Specialty House tf
I R. S. Palmer, the tailor, cleans.
ayes ana repairs ladies, and gen-ts
clothing. Hats cleaned and reblocked.
Agent for Germania steam dye works.
Olive St. Between 12th and 13th St.
A travelling man received the follow
ing telegram from his wife: "Twins
arrived tonight. More by mail." He
went at once to the nearest office and
sent the following reply: "I leave for
home tonight. If more come by mail,
send to dead letter office.
Mrs. Sullivan's division of the Epis
copal Guild will give a Musical social at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Evans
Wednesday evening. April 24. After the
musical program refreshments and a
general good time will be in order. A
general admission fee of 25 cents will be
There have been several criminal
cases on the book in Judge O'Brien's
court this week. Nick Koppooh was
charged with obtaining money under
false pretenses, but explained the
situation satisfactorily, and the case
was discontinued by the county at
torney. Henry Hofner was charged
with ar eon and the.caase was con
tinued antil April 20th. ft is
claimed in the complaint that he
boned the barn ot Nick Koppoch.
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A F ine Team Doesn't Liok Well
With an Old Harness
with fresh spring
costumes no doubt
you'll want a new
photo taken. We
have the reputa
ou may Iiavo an accident or rnnawnj
which c;in always 1) avoided by buying one
of Weaver's Own Mnko Harm-sH.
A few dollars put in new harness may wive
life as well a- money. .Don't neglect but
L, W. Weaver and Son
sTA r-S-V',i4pl tr;
If you want like
nesses at your best
your most at
Coal and Harness Tel. No, 74
For Sale or Kent by Owner. The two
story brick store building located at 519
West 11th St. Very reasonable price.
For particulars call at Journal office.
Inquire of Herrick.
Dr. Vallier, Osteopath, Barber block.
Mrs. H. G. Person is seriously ill.
Kodaks and supplies at Newohner's.
Carl Kramer was in Schuyler yes
terday. Carl Schubert has complete camping
outfits for rent. tf
The Journal wants all the news.
Phone or write it in.
A new supply of shells and guns at
Dr. C. A. Allenburger, office in new
State Bank building.
If your eyes,fvars, nose or throat give
jCou trouble see Dr. Lueschen.
Dre. Martyn, Evans & Evans. Con
sultation in German and English.
Mrs Murray has moved her dress
making palors to 103 West 14th St.
Carl Schubert has a nice line of
Zonophones, and Talking machines
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our easiest pose,
huve 3'our pictures
taken this spring
time at the
Over Phillipps Store
We carry in stock a full line of
Pattoris Sun Proof Paints
Leads, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Window Glass and Shades.
Our Wall Paper Stock is the largest
and our prices right.
One Door South of
Columbus State Bank
ECHOLS & DEITRICH
Druggist Chas. H. Dack has re
ceived a fresh lot of Hyomei, the ca
tarrh remedy that he gnarantees will
cure, or cost nothing.
Mr. J. C. Swartslev, who has been
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Hansen at
liarland, la., for the past month has
decided to go on to Bloomington, III.,
to visit his brDfher-iu law and son
lor two or three months. He will go
by way of Davenpoit, la., and visit
Prof, and Mrs. A. E. Poole.
An Italian etring band made sweet
mnsiu on tho strpets last Sunday even
ing and Mondnv morning, and the
music charmed to such au extent that
the boys chartered the Mannerchor
ball and invited the ladies to attend a
dance Monday evening, tho mnsic to
( be furnished by the Italians. A very
good time is reported.
The Orpheus society gave their an
nual Masquerade ball Monday even
ing. A large number of the members
and their friends en joyed the occasion
and were there in costnmes of varied
characters Dancing was indulged in
until a late hour. The prizes were
won by MrF. Gus Stephen and Miss
Tony Brodfnebrer. Refreshments
were served and an excellent time en
joyed by all present.
Four hundred acres, line valley
county land six miles from Ord : rail
road cossns it, witn loading station
near ; under cultivation ; one hundred
acres winter wheat. Mostly level,
and no better said to be found. Five
hundred in improvements. The prize
winning white-face of tho United
States was raised in this vicinity. A
bargain at $00 per acre : crop goes
with place if taken soon. Walter
Johnson, Ord, Neb.
Saturday evening during the thunder
storm, lightening got in some pecnliar
work at the homo of Gus Zipper about
9 miles southeast of here in Polk coun
ty. Gus, who is a bachelor, was enter
taing some friends at his home und tvere
setting around the stove, which the
electrical ilued came down the stove.
It ran up Gus Zippers legs, burning his
underclothes and legs quite severely.
John Zipper was badly burned also, but
the most damage was done to Charlie
Cotzel, a yonng mau who was present.
His underclothing was bnrned from his
legs and bfick, and himself severely
burned. Cotzel was taken to the Co
lumbus hospital Sunday where he now
lies in a serious condition. The build
ing was not damaged and no serious
shock was felt. It was certainly a queer
freak of lightning.- Silver Creek Sand.
Herrick for baby go-carts.
Go to the Buschman Racket store for
Richard Ramey is confined to his b'ed
We open our soda fountain today.
J. E. North is bnilding a new barn at
his residence on 16th street.
i H. E. Babcock returned from a busi
ness trip to Omaha Saturday.
H. A. Clark left for Kimball Sunday
night expecting to return Friday.
A full line of hunting coats, caps,
hats, pants boots, etc., at Carl Schubert's.
FOR SALE: Typewriter of Standard
make and nearly new. Inquire at Jour
FOR SALE A set of the Internation
al cyclopedia, 15 volumes, cheap at the
j Wanted Apprentices for dressmak
ing. Work for board. Mrs. Murray,
Mas. Ilans Elliott and Mrs. F. K.
Strother entertained at a Presbyterian
tea this afternoon.
WANS ED : Good farm loans at 5
per cent. No commissions, W. L.
May, Omaha, Neb.
WAY UP is used by all who desire a
fine quality of patent Hour. Tho Co
lumbus roller mills makes it.
Rev. Freece or Millerton, Nebr., a for
mer pastor of the Loseke German Luth
eran church, is here on a visit'
Gus Speice is having some of the nu
meioiiB trees on his lawn cut out and
otherwise improving his home on ltfth
FOR SALE Cottonwood lumber,
wood and sawdust. Also a No. 1
Chicago cottage organ, price $20 nat-h.
Clear Creek Mill.
HORSES FOR SALE : I have three
spans of good work horses and one
span of drivers for sale. David
Thomas, Columbus, Nebr. 2t
WANTED :-One cook and one din
ing room girl. At Creston Hotel,
Creston, Neb. Reference required.
H. O. St ml ley, Proprietor. 2t
G. E. Willard left Tnesday morning
Muskozee, Indian Territory, to visit his
brother J. A. Willard for about ten
days, and look into some land bargains.
W. D. Benson made a business visit to
Gnrdner, Nebr., yesterday. His daught
er, Miss Grace, delivered the mail and
sold the stamps on route 1 in his absence.
Special Sale of . .
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Saturday and Monday
BOTH PHONES UNDERTAKING )
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Henry Raiate & Co.,
Nebraska Phone 29. Independent Phones -29 aid 229.
Dr. J. W. Terry
Best Equipped Optical OOiices
In 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.
It is reported that the weighing the
mails will continue two months longer
than was first scheduled, this iriving
employment to the weighers until the
first of July instead of the first of May.
Mrs. Carl Kramer is expected home
from Chicago Monday, where she has
been visiting her daughter and other
relatives for two weeks or more. Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Kelley will return with
A Wayne preacher hired a delivery
team one cold day and drove ten miles
in the country to preform a marriage
ceremony. After he had tho couple
hooked up in double harness the groom
took the pastor to one side, grasped his
hand warmly, and said: "I'm a hun
dred thousand times obliged to you,"
and that was all the fee the poor man
got. Driving into the livery barn the
good man said to the proprietor: Will
you take twice as much for the use of
this rig as I got for preforming the wed
ding service':" 'Tea 6ir." replied the
livery man, scenting a good figure for a
hard drive. "All right," concluded the
preacher, "I'm just two hundred thous
and times obligod to you. Wayne
"Is the World Growing Better?" Dr.
Lyman Abbott trys to answer the ques
tion in the May number of the Woman's
Home Companion. This discussion is
followed by such varied fiction as "The
Ileturn of Jotham Hall," a Memorial
Day story, ''Affairs or State," "The Pa
tent Churn," "The Test,"and "Buddie," '
Anna S. ltiehardson talks of "Women
and Proof Reading" in her practical
fashion; Mabel Take Priestman treat of
"The art of Stenciling;' Christine Ter
hune Herrick tells of the wonders of
"Electricity in the Kitchen:" Sunuel
Howe writes f "Landscape Gardening
for Moderate Incomes;" Mits Gould
speaks of "Summer Frocks;" Miss Par
sons of "Summer Embroidery;" Miss
Farmer of "Pastry Making;" and Mrs.
Sangster of "Manners on the Boat'.."
The adventures of a Sews Photograper"
are strikingly illustrated, and a new
artist, Walter Tittle, pictorially des
scribes "A Little Jaunt in the Country.''
Published by The Crowell Publishing
Company, Springfield, Ohio; one dollar a
year; ten cents a copy.
t We have the best, cleanest alfalfa
J that can be procured in this country.
This tSeed is Crown
in Western Nebraska
We have given this alfalfa seed business
a great deal of attention and study and know
that our seed is right. If you expect to sow
this spring or fall, now is the time to buy
your alfalfa seed. The supply of fancy seed
is limited. Leave your orders now later
I you will have to take what you can get.
f We also have a large stock of Grass
I Seeds such as Timothy, White Clover, Red I
I Clover, Red Top Millet, Cane Seed, Blue
ixrass, etc., etc, ana a nine later will have
plenty of Seed Corn.
! Garden Seeds
We carry a full line of Garden Seeds,'
uubu. in uulk. auu ijaunages ana several var
ieties of good onion sets. Make out a
list of your wants in garden seeds and let us
;; put them up for you before the spring rush t
Glassware and Seeds
11 rru 1 1 'I'M-M-H' I till i i-i-m X'M M' mmimn
TJ. S. CREAM SEPARATOR
Won Gold Medal-The Highest
Award-Lewis & Clark Exposi
tion, Portland, Oregon.
500 lb. Capacity, $75.00
Sold by W. P. DODDS,
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