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DID YOU EVER .STAND BEFORE YOUR MIRROR
cJUJT BEFORE YOU WENT OUT TO MAKE ACALL
AND FEEL A-SHAMED BECAUSE YOU KNEW YOU
WOULD MEET PEOPLE BETTER CLOTHED THAN
YOURSELF? IF SO YOU KNOW HOW IT FEEL.S.
WE HAVE IN OUR .STORE MANY, MANY TrHNGS
IT WOULD MAKE YOU FEEL PROUD TO WEAR.
IT S DRAWING CLO.SE To MAY-DAY NOW. IJ
THI-S NOT THE VERY LATENT DATE ON WHICH
YOU .SHOULD APPEAR IN YOUR NEW .SPRING
GARMENTS? IF YOU GET THEM NOW THEY
CAN BE WORN JU.ST THAT MUCH LONGER AND
YOU WILL HAVE J)ST THAT MANY MORE
TIME.STO FEEL PROUD WHEN .STANDING BE
FORE THE MIRROR. WE DO NOT BELIEVE YOU
CAN RE.SI.ST WISHING JoME OF THE-SE TEMP
TATIONS. A Splendid Cravenette for . . $6.00
Ladies' Spring Style Suits at . . .$0.75
The Latest Cut in Spring Jackets . $8.60
The best line of Silk Coats from $6.00 to . $30.00
Anything you may desire in Spring Tailored
Suits from $5.00 to .... $30.00
The most perfect fitting Shirt Waists, 50c to . $6.50
Why not cut out part of this drudgery on wash
day? Let us send you any Washing Machine you
may select on trial and prove to you that you can
make wash day easier which comes in well regulated
households 52 times during the year. If we cannot
we will call for the machine and ask no cxuestions.
Circular tub made of best Louisiana cypress, galvan
ized hoops, light speed; easy in operation; plunger releases
clothes after each revolution. Nicely finished; all metal
parts painted in aluminum. No better &4Z ff
machine for the price tpO.vi-J
It makes -washing light and
washday a delight.
Points of Advantage:
The claRlier grips the clothes, freely
jwinjjs them, washing very clean.
Children cannot get lingers or hands
caught in gears as they are enclosed.
Changing the handle in Hy wheel
give- regnlar or high speed. Wheel'
can be easily put on :ind taken off.
The tub is locked at once when the
lid is closed by the fc T9
simple latch. 'Price tV
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cutting at least once a week. We have a line of Lawn
Mowers which will make the caring of a lawn a pleasure
instead of a bore. They do not chew off the grass but
We have mowers of all prices.
Let us show you the best lawn
mower ever made. This mower
with ordinary care will last for 10
years and then still be better than
the majority of mowere used.
tj0. 13 and up
Grass Catchers, $1 and up.
Garden hose, sprinklers, couplings
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THAT GOOD CLOTHES will
REFLECT THE GOOD TASTE
T"t WtARCR the JAMt
A Mlfcfcol? REFLECTS
CooD CLOTHEJ". DONT
THINK THAT PEOPLE WONT
JUDGE TOO BYbue CLOTHE
FOR THEY WILL. YOlfDO.
See the fly wheel under the
bottom of the tub?
That's a feature of the -'One Min
ute" Washer exclusively its own. This
tly wheel is driven by gear wheel with
crank attached, and revolves on little
steel balls just like the wheels of a bicy
cle. YouM be surprised how hard it is
to stop the machine when once this
wheel gets up speed. Tub made of the
very best Louisiana cypress
Nothing sets off a home more
a well kept lawn. To keep
lawn as it should be requires
Dr. FmnL dentist.
Herrick for farpitmre.
Jonrul ads bring remits.
Dr. Mark T. MoMahoa. dentist
A new line of chiua at Buschman's.
Prof. Sike, teacher music Barber bldg.
Dr. D. T. Martyn went to Schuyler
Get toot shoea hined at Park Bar
ber shop. tf
Guaranteed watch repairing by 11th
St. Jeweler. -jtf
Otto Zuelow of Schuyler was in our
Herrick has a $75 side-board whioh
he will sell for $83.
There will be a social dance at
Orpheus hall tonight.
Coal and baled hay awlays on top
at Newman & .Welch. tf
Try a Journal "want ad" if you hare
anything to buy or sell.
Will Willard went to St. Edwaid
Sunday, returning Tuesday.
Mrs. Homer Robinson returned from
a visit in Omaha Saturday.
Ed. North of Omaha spent Sunday
with his Columbus relatives.
George Scott returned Friday night
from a few days trip to Kansas.
The new Swift building on 11th street
is fast approaching completion.
Dr. D. T. Martyn, jr., office new
Colnmbus State Bank building.
Robber boots mended with a vul
oanizing substitute at Carl Schubert's.
Dr. C. V. Campbell, Dentist with tDr.
Lueschen, Arnold's old stand. Olive st.
Try our Rex Lump Coal $7 at the
yard. P. D. Smith Co. Bothtel. No. a
11. S. Dickinson made a business visit
to Loup City Friday, returning Satur
day. The little six months old daughter of
Prof. Waters is very sick with catarrhal
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,
' Tliero is a larger number of buildings
being erected in the city this year than
for many years.
Wnnn you want baled hay that is
bright and coal that is clean order
from Newman Welch. tf
The $1 00 Shumate guaranteed Ra
zor, the best money can buy. Ed. J.
Niewohner,' the jeweler.
A free souvenir with every
glass of ice cream soda at
L'oesch's next Saturday.
Mrs. W. E. Rhodes of Chicago re
turned home today after a visit of
several weeks with her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. D. T. Martyn.
A special series of addresses on the
Ten Commandments wiU be given by
Evangelist Lyon at the tabernacle to
night, tomorrow and Friday evening.
Half the housekeepers worry comes
from not having good flour. U60
Shell Creek Creek valley flour and do
away with'all worry. Made by Peter
Do you want to make your rooms
look new this spring? Then seer G.
R. Prieb. He has the latest designs
in wall paper and will do you an ar
LOST : A brown leather purse con
ta ining a sum 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 seal. Good improved buildings.
For further particulars inquire of F. V.
Stibal, owner Gretna, Neb., or Joseph
Zerzan, agent Schuyler, Neb. 4t p
For wedding stationery, vis
iting cards and fine stationery
call on the Columbus Printing
& Specialty House tf
3 R. S. Palmer, the tailor, cleans,
dyes and repairs ladies, and gen'ts
clothing. Hats cleaned and reblocked.
Agent for Germania iteam dye works,
Olive St. Between 12th and 13th St.
Quite a number of Columbus fisher
men took advantage of the fine weather
Sunday and the banks of the various
lakes and sloughs in the neighborhood
wer6 fairly lined with the disciples of
In "What Women Will Do." which
comes to the North Ojrera house next
Thursday night, wiU be seen one of
cleanest, purest and most moral plays
on the American stage today Special
reduced prices, 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Mrs. A. D. Hinman and daughter
Edna, and J. P. McCnllough and daugh
ter Louise arrived Friday noon for a
visit with Aire. G. E. Willard. Mrs. Wil
lard will remain until next week, the
others' returning to St. Edward Satur
day. Miss Agnes Scott who has been spend
ing the week with her aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. George Scott, at the Clother
house, will return to Kansas City with
Mrs. Joseph Dawson. Mrs Dawson,
who is a sister of Mrs. Scott was called
here a week ago by the death of a neice
near Central City.
Mr. Hendricks is probably conceded
to be America's foremost Swedish dialect
comedian and ranks in the same cate
gory as a singer. In his coming presen
tation of "Ole Olson" at the North Opera
House, Thursday May 3rd he will make
his singing one of the principal features,
having added several new songs to his
repoitore. 01e Olson" is an old play
but each year has a new dress, so to
speak, and is a play that is always a fa
vorite with the public. No matter how
often they may have previously wit
nessed it there is in it something lacking
in other plays that strangely appeals to
humanity in general and therefore
always succeeds on its own merits.
Witt ai Oil Nanus
You may have an accident or runaway
which can always be avoided by baying one
of Weaver's Own Make Harnett.
A few dollars pnt in new harness mayeae
life as well as money. Don't neglect bat
L, W. Weaver and Son
CmI ui Hamn Til. Hi, 74
For Sale or Rent by Owner. The two
story brick store building located at 619
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.
Kodak9 and supplies at Newohner's.
Go to the Bnschman Racket store for
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. O. A. Allenburger, office iaaew
State Bank building.
Miss Emma Wake went to Seward
Sunday for a few days visit.
If your eyes,rears, nose or throat give
.(on trouble see Dr. Lueschen.
H. Gass, jr., made a business trip
to Omaha one day last week.
Drs. Martyn, Evans & Evans. Con
sultation in German and English.
Mrs Murray has moved her dress
making palors to 103 West 14th St.
Mrs. Hickok has been confined to her
bed for the past week with a severe cold.
George W. Wertz one of the leading
attornevs of Schuyler was in the city
A. G. Rolfe of Woodville was in
this city Monday and Tuesday on
Carl Schubert nas a nice line of
Zonophones, and Talking machines
Mies Stella Krause of Genoa is a
guest of her aunt. Miss Bertha
Krause of this city.
Miss Grace Liubker was given a sur
prise last Friday night by a dozen of
her girl and boy friends.
Miss Anna Geitzen with little Mary
Bvrnnes went to Omaha Sunday night
to vicit friends a few days.
Supt. E. B. Sherman and Will H.
King went to Schuyler Friday after
noon to attend Masonic lodge.
Mrs. E. H. Chambers was a
of Mr and Mrs. B. R. Cowdery of
Humphrey two days this week.
Mr. Richard Mulcahey and his sis
ter Miss Katie were guests of Mr. J.
T. Cox and Miss Cox from Saturday
Halley Waide, of Schuyler, who has
been working for Ernst Bergman, at
that place has been transferred to the
tombstone factory here.
Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Evans and Mr.
and Mrb. Edgar Howard were in
Omaha last Saturday to attend a
meeting of the Shriners.
The Columbus friends of I-Dr. and
Mrs. IT. H. Geer are grieved to lean
of the daeth of Dr. Geer's mother at
Grand Island on April 12.
ilyomei costs you nothing unless it
cures you of catarrh. Deposit $1 with
Druggist Chas. H. Dack and if Hyomei
fails to cure, he will return your money.
If it is pleasant there will be a
brief song service at 7 :30 this evening
on the corner of Thirteenth & Olive
Sts., preceding the tabernacle meet
ing. Mrs. S. E. Cushing of Wenattchee,
Wash., and Mrs. Robert Olapp of
Fairbury will arrive here tomorrow
to be guests at the Chambers' and
Evans' homes for several weeks.
A couple of traveling ministrels en
tertained a large crowd of oitizens at
Poesch's corner Saturday night, with
singing and moving pictures. Mon
day evening they chartered the North
Opera house and had quite a house.
Dr. J. W. Terry
Best Equipped Optical OMiees
li 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 Glaaees adjusted
to any nose.
- with fresh spring
costumes no doubt
' you'll want a new
'' photo taken. We
have the reputa
If you want like
nesses at your best
your most at
your easiest pose,
have yonr pictures
taken this spring
time at the
Over Phillipps Store
Herrick for baby go-carta,
A fall line of hunting coats, cape,
hats, pants boots; etc, at Carl Sena
bert's. FOB 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
WANIED: Good farm loans at 6
per cent. No commissions, W. L.
May, Omaha, Neb.
WAT UP is used by all who desire a
fine quality of patent flour. The Co
lumbus roller mills makes it.
Buy your ice cream sodas at
Poesch's Saturday and get a
pretty, souvenir free.
FOR 8ALE-Cottonwood lumber,
wood and sawdust. Also a No. 1
Chicago oottage organ, price $30 cash.
Clear Creek Mill.
Mrs. James Pearsall returned home
last week from Eaa Claire, Wiscon
sin, where she has been visiting at
the home of her son Earl.
HORSBS FOR SALE : I have three
spans of good work horses and one
span of drivers for sal6. David
Thomas, Columbus. Nebr. 2t
WANTED: One cook and oae din
ing room girl. At Oreston Hotel,
Oreston. Neb. Reference required.
H. O. Stadley, Proprietor. 2t
North Evans came home last Thurs
day from the Kearnev Military "Aca
demy remaining till Monday. Charlie
Javenat of Lincoln, who is also a
student in the Kearney school, was
North's guest durinc the brief vaca
tion. "What Women WiU Do" whioh
comes to the North Opera honse on
next Thursday night, April 2G, con
tains all tne beauty of a pastoral play,
all the sensation of melodrama and
as many laughs as a farce comedy.
Special reduced prices 25, 35, and 50
Miss Mary Pimpara and Mr. Ed
ward McNurlin were united in mar
riage on Wednesday. The ceremony
took plaeo at 9:30 a. m., at the Wil
son Catholic church, Father Deroal
officiating. Only the relatives and
close freinds were present. Leigh
O. A. Speieo, the aged Columbus
pioneer, who for several months has
been lying very near to death's door,
was made most happy last week by
seeing at his bedside he faces of all
his children. The stroke of paralysis
from which he is suffering had de
stroyed his power of speech, bat his
peroentive faculties are still active
and he wis able to recognize all his
children and understand their con
versation. Dr.W.K. Speice of Chicago
returned home Sunday after a week's
visit and J. M. Speice of Kingfisher,
Oklahoma is still here.
Columbus is soon to have one of the
largest and most up-to-date creameries
in the state. F. N. Stevenson, mana
ger of the Columbus Cream Co.,
showed a Journal reporter the plans
of the new building, which last
Thursday were placed in the hands of
contractor. The building will be a
two-story brick structure 88 feet by 22
feet and it will occupy the lot north
of the Meridian hotel. The very la
test and best machinery will be in
stalled and sanitation will be the
guiding principle in -the construction
of the entire building. The base
ment and the first floor will be of
omnent.. The basement will be used
for the engines, and churns. The
sales and delivery rooms will occupy
the first floor and on the second floor
will be the offices and ware rooms.
This substantial improvement in Co
lumbus does more than to mark the
phenomenal personal success of F. N.
Stevenson in the creamery business It
marks the growth of a manufacturing
industry in this city which, by en
couraging the dairy business, adds
thousands of dollars to the wealth of
Platte county farmers, and makes Co
lumbus the chief trade oenter where
that wealth is spent. The Journal
has always felt a pride in urging
Platte county farmers to patronise
this home industry, and it is with
special pride that tbi paper an
nounces this new building whicn in
itself will be a monument to the
Platte county dairyman whose patro
nage has made it possible. Factories
when utilize the raw .material from
the farm, are the fatoories that count
in an agricultural community and in
this new factory farmers and business
men alike will feel a just pride. The
new plant will be occupied about
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Henry Rap W Co.,
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We have the best,
i that can be procured
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 foil, now is the time to buy
your alfalfa seed. The supply of fancy seed
is limited. Leave your orders now later
you will have to take what you can get.
We also have a large stock of Grass
SeedST-such as Timothy, White Clover, Red
Clover, Red Top Millet, Cane Seed, Blue
Grass, etc., etc, and a little later will have
plenty of Seed Corn.
That Grow ....
We carry a full line of Garden Seeds
;; both in bulk and packages and 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
Glassware and Seeds
Spring and Summer Goods
We announce to the people of Colum
bus that our new line of SPRING
and SUMMER GOODS is now open
for your inspection.
We are now showing one of the most complete lines of
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,;1 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.
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
505 Eleventh Street,
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cleanest alfalfa 'seed
in this country.
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-
Designer reduced to 50c a year.
U. S, CREAMplPARATOR
Won Gold Medal-The Highest
Award Lewis & Clark Exposi
tion, Portland, Oregon.
50O lb. Capacity, $75.00
Sold by W. P. DODDS,
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