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MAY OTf IMF
MAY IS A MONTH OF
bud a PROMISE.IT MAY AND
THEN IT MAY Noj. IFE DONT
MAKE PROMISES WE DONT
HAVE lb KEEP THEM. 6u DONT
HAVE To MAKE PROMI JE5 IF
YOU HAVE COT THE jOODJ:
.STYLE, TIT, FINISH AND THE
BEST MATERIAL -NEED NO
HOT Alii. JUST COME AND SEE
THEM,THE PftlCE WILL TALK.
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WHAT MOTHER DoE-5 NOT WISH FOR. HER
LITTLE MARY JANE To 5E THE QUEEN OF THE
MAY? ONE THING 1-5 -SURE -SHE CANNOT UN
LESS -SHE IS ARRAYED IN QUEENLY ROSES.
WE HAVE MANY, MANY DAIMTY DRESSES FOR
DAUGHTERS AND MOTHERS TOO THAT WHEN
THEY WEAR THEM WILL NOT KEEP THEM AT
HOME 5ECAU-SE THEY "CAN'T LOOK NICE."
THEY WON'T COST -So MUCH EITHER. EVERY
ONE -SHOULD LOOK NICE WHEN THEY CAN NOW
DO So FOR -SO LITTLE.
Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits in Madras, Linens, India
Linons, French Lawns, Mulls, trimmed with the
newest style lace, prices $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00,
$6.00, $8.50, $10.00 and $15.00.
FOR ECONOMICAL MoTHER-S WHO MAKE THE
CLOTHE-SFOR THEIR CHILDREN AND FOR THEM
-SELVE-S WE HAVE BROUGHT To OUR -STORE
DAINTY FABRICS AND THINGS To TRIM THEM
Dress Gingams, Batiste, Eolinne, Silk Mulls, India
Linens, Swiss, etc.
WOULDN'T A -SHADE TREE LOOK BARE NOW
WIHOUT GREEN LEAVE-S UPON IT? WE CAN
HELP YOU TO BUD OUT TOO.
A new line. A new price. When you try it you will
wonder at the quality and be astonished at the price. A
25c value for 12c per lb.
See our big window.
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Ont or niCKOBCS
We have the same reliable makes as former seasons, the
HERRICK AND ALASKA
except being better built and better finished than ever
Lined with Zinc, white odorless spruce, and new design.
IMPROVED WHITE ENMAEL.
Price range from $10.00 and up.
We have sold and used
JEWELL GASOLINE STOVES
now for 12 years, handled,
compared and used other
makes claimed to be just
as good, but we would not
exchange a Jewell for our
own use for any other gaso
line stove manufactured.
Ask your neighbor who has
Price from $2.75 and up.
' JowmI ads Irlaff rwik'
Dr. Mark T. MwMrtcw. wMtM
Prof. 80,tMfctr mom. Bftrter bid.
Dr. D. T. Martjn want to Schuyler
Get tnt hmw ahiMd at Park Bar
bara. - tf
Gaaraataed wateh rapairiBg by 11th
St Jawalar. tf
Goal aad haled hay awlaya on top
at NewBaa A Welch. tf
Try a Journal "want ad" if you have
anything to buy or aeU.
Or. D. T. Martya, jr., office new
OolaaUma State Bank baildia.
About $60.00 worth of bee fixtures
for aale cheap. J. W. O. Craun. Roate 1.
Rubber, hooti Beaded with Ta Tal
oaaiaiac eabatitate at Carl gchabert'a.
Dr. C. V. Campbell, Dentist with (Dr.
Luesohen, Arnold's old stand, Olive st
Try our Bex Lump Coal $7 at the
yard. P. D.Smith Ob. BotkteLNo. a
The Ooapetltor $3.00 Foaataia Pen
special at f 1.00. Ed. J. Niewohner,
Mrs. W. H. Beaham returned Thurs
day from a visit with relatives in
Whaa yoa 1waat baled hay that is
bright aad ooal that is dean order
from Newman Welch. tf
The $1.00 Shamate Kuaraateed Ka-
or. the best money oaa buy. Ed. J.
Niewohner, the jeweler.
Judge Ratterman went to Omaha
hut Tnarsday to attend a banquet
given by the Forresters of that city.
J. F. Siems left last Wednesday
afternoon for California to iaspect his
fruit ranch. He was aooompanied by
The eavdl-pox oases are all convale
scent aad no new cases have deve
loped. The quarantines will be raised
in a few days.
Stomach dosing will not cure catarrh.
Breathe Hyomei and its germ killing
air will cure the disease. Druggist
Cbas. H, Dack sells on guarantee.
Walter Mieasler graduated last
Wednesday night from a school of
pharmacy in 8t. Louie. He has He
cored a good positioa in that oity.
George Willard returned last Wed
nesday from Muskogee. Okie., where
he went to visit a brotaer and to look
at the oountry. He made no invest
ments. Half thft housekeepers worry oomes
from not having good flour. Use
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 see G.
R. Prieb. He has the latest designs
in wall paper aad will do you an ar-'
For wedding stationery, vis
iting cards ad ine stationery
call on the CoUmbas Printing
& Specialty House tf
H. J. Alexander, a former resident
of Columbus, but now of StockviUe,
Neb., has reoently ben married to a
young lady from Mississippi, accord
ing to a Stookville exohange.
B. S. Palmer, the tailor, deans,
dyes and repairs ladies, and gents
clothing. Hats oleaned and reblooked.
Agent for Germania steam dye works,
Olive St. Between 12th and 13th St.
The Journal's Richland correspondent
cites a farmer in that neighborhood
who by mistake fed hia horse a quantity
of poultry food. And the mistake was
nut noticed till the horse had scratched
up half the garden and showed signs of
wanting to set.
Jack Westbrook of S. Edward
who received a serious oompound
f mature of one of his lower limbs last
week while working with the Union
Pacific construction gang in this city
is recovering as fast as the nature of
the wound oonld permit.
J. B. Williams of Salt Lake a broth
er of Mrs. W. S. Evans, last week was
made general paymaster of the Oregon
Short Line, which has 5600 employes.
Mr William is only twenty-four years
old and is probablsy the youngest
general railroad officer in the United
W. H. Towns, formerly an employee
in the Sohostag oigar factory, which
went out of business last week, is
fitting up the rooms on 12th street,
formerly oocupied by O. A. Linstrum.
He will start-a new cigar factory.
Mr. Town will start on a modest
scale bat will increase as fast as his
business will permit.
Columbus is not to have the High
School State Declamatory contest hero
as was expected. Although tne stu
dents of the High 8chool had gone
around aad raised the neoesaary S100
to secure it, they were either too late
in reporting or Lexington made a
better offer, as the contest will be
held there May 11th.
i'he Oolambaa Retail Liqaor Deal
era met last Saturday night and
formed a local association. Carl
Rhode was elected president and John
HinUemaa. secretary aad treasuter.
The objot was to promote the inter.
estsof the dealers aad especially to
axe arraagsmsats for the State Ii.
quor Dealers' Association which is to
meet nere, June 11th.
Henry O. Rhodehorst will leave
Monday for Germany where he will
repreanet the Deeriag Maaafaotariag
company. Before returning home he
will go to Argentine Republic, to
sell maoafnes for the oompaay. Mr.
Rhodehorst expects to be gone from
Oolambas about one year. It will
be remembered that M. O. Bloedora,
traveled in foreign eonnties Inst year
for the Dearing Oompaay.
Yoa may have an accident or runaway
which can always he avoided by baying one
of Weaver's Own Make Harness.
A few dollars put in new harness may'save
life as well as money. Don't neglect bat
L. W. Weaver and Son
Cial and Harness Til. Hi, 74
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For Sale or Bent by Owner. tThe two
story brick store building located at 519
West 11th St. Very reasonable price.
For particulars call at Journal office.
Inqnire of Herrick.
Dr. Vallier, Osteopath, Barber block.
Mrs. H. G. Person is seriously ill.
Kodaks and supplies at Newohner's.
Carl Schubert has complete camping
outfits for rent. tf
The Journal wants all the news.
Phone or write it in.
Dr. O. A. Allenburger, office in new
State Bank building.
If your eyesears, nose or throat give
ou trouble" see Dr. Lueschen.
Drs. 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
LOST: Barrel of 22 calibre Win
chester between Barnum's and Lis
oo's. Finder return to either gun
store, Columbus. tp
Hyomei costs you nothing unless it
cures yon of catarrh. Deposit $1 with
Druggist Clias. H. Dack and if Hyomei
fails to cure, he will return your money.
The Columbus fire department were
called out last Thursday to extinquish
a fire iu the first ward. It was only t.
fence board on fire at Paul Kodak's
place in south Co! unions and the boys
came back looking somewhat disap
pointed. J. W. Parker who was injured in ex
cavacation work on the Stevenson build
ing, seems to be fated He started to
work again Saturday. Ho had worked
only a few minutes when the dirt wall
caved in aud almost caught him again.
He decided to wait a day or two before
trying it again.
David Thomas, jr.. is nursing a
very sore hand. Tast week he with
another boy of the West End school
were planting some seeds for purposes
of experiment. While David's hand
was on the ground, the other boy ac
cidentally struck it with a sharp hoe,
laying open tne whole inside of the
hand and making necessary the taking
of several stitches.
Sheriff Babb and ex-sheriff Davis
of Dance county were in this city
one day last week having in charge
an insane woman whom they turned
over to a United States emigration
officer who was to take the woman
to New York and start her for her
home in Europe. She was a oounty
charge in Nance county.
C. M. Grnenther received a letter on
Wednesday from his brother P. J. who
whs in San Franciseo at the time of the
earthquake. The letter was written
from Sacramento. Pete says he was in
San Francisoc when the shock came,
bnt managed to get across the bay in a
row boat to Oakland, from whence he
went to Sacramento. He expressed his
determination to return to San Francis
co at once. Platte Center Signal.
Capt. J. X. Kiltan was in Colnmbns
last Friday. Only a few of his closest
friends had the pleasure of seeing him.
He was on his way from Washington to
San Francisco in response to a call from
Gen. Funston, asking for the two most
experienced officers for the commissory
department at San Francisco. Captain
Kiliuu wired Carl Kramer that he would
pass through Columbus and asked him
to notify R. W. Hobart and a few others
of his friends here. Jndge Albert and
August Boettcher were also among the
number who called to see him. On his
return from San Francisco he promised
if possible to stop off for a few days
Dr. J. W. Terry
Best Equipped Optical Offices
la 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.
Is what the pro
photo studio should
The camera man
tell every sitter
that there's a
"best eide" to
e very face, strange
as it may seem.
We fix this "best
side" with your
most graceful atti
tude on every
photo we take.
That's why our
photos are popular.
a specialty. Re
duced rates for
larger numbers of
Over Phillipps Store
Herrick for baby gocartB.
Judge Pest was in David City and
Lincoln Tuesday on legal business.
FOR SALE: A few good brood
sows for sale cheap Nick Aaamy 2fc
FOR SALE: Typewriter of Standard
make and nearly new. Inquire at Jour
Mrs. L. W. Snow left this morning for
a few days visit with relatives in Lincoln
FOR SALE A set of the Internation
al cyclopedia, 15 volumes, cheap at the
WAN! ED: Good farm loans at 5
per cent. No commissions, W. L.
May, Omaha, rfeb.
WAY UP is used by all who desire a
fine quality of patent flour. The Co
lumbus roller mills makes it.
F. H. Abbott was in Omaha Tuesday
and will go to Lincoln Thursday on
business relating to the University.
FOR SALE Cottonwood lumber,
wood and sawdust. Also a No. 1
Chicago cottage organ, price $20 rash.
Clear Creek Mill.
Jndge Sullivan has bcn in Lincoln
seAeral days during the pust week assist
ing Attorney General Brown in the suit
against the grain trust.
The tar that is contained in Bee's
Laxative Honev and Tar is harmless.
It is not coal tar, bnt is obtained
from the pine-trees of our own na
tive forests. Bee's Laxative Honey
and Tar is the bent 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, cough, lung
and bronchial affections. Sold mc
Sheriff C J. Oarrig came up from
Columbus ,. Wednesday morning and
attacfed the Albert Mix stock of li
quors a writ issned from the county
court. The attachment was mmle by
Jdhn Linder, a wholesale liquor deal
er of Council Bluffs. The claim was
for 3C9 CD against Mix. C. O. Red
mon, of Genoa, as a bill of sale of
these eoods from Mix. The plae has
been closed for two weeks, pending
Redmon's applicatioin for 1 icon so.
About two hundred gallons whit-ky
was taken bin barrels, and moved into
Denny Roberts' oflice. A hearing on
the matter will be held on the 7th of
May Platte Center Signal
The Hibernian society, together
witb a few invited friends, gathered
at the K. P. ball Monday evening to
bid Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly good
bye. The evening was spent in play
ing cards, dancing, Aud listening to a
musical program. In the card game,
Mesdames Kelly, O'Brien, Wade and
Miss Nell Harris cut for the prize.
Mrs. Kelly receiving the gift. Jack
Deland won the gentlemans prize. The
ladies of the Hibernian society nlco
presented Mrs. Kelly with a souve
nir spoon of Colnmbns. Refresh
ments were served. Mr. and Mrs
Kelley left Wednesday morning for
their future home in Denver.
The ladies of the Episcopal Guild
at their rummage sale which closed
last Saturday nighc more than sus
tained their reputation for turning
everything thev touch into gold, in
spite of unfavorable weather. The
net proceeds of their sale amounted to
106 which will be tnrned into the
new rectory fond. The ladies already
hold between twenty and thirty shares
in the Colnmbns Bnilding and Loan
Association on which they can draw
to make up the $2300 which they will
expend for tne building of the new
rectory which will occupy the iot jnst
north of the church. The new home
of the rector will be thoroughly mo
dern, containing furnace, electric
lishts and batb. The old rectory will
be rented or sold.
The funeral of Miss Emma M. Ragatz
was held last Friday morning at 10
o'clock from the Methodist church and it
was one of the largest and most impres
sive funerals ever seen in Columbus.
Dozens of people from city and cojmtry
who came to pay their last respects to
the young woman who was loved by
all, could not find standing room in the
large church. The service at the
church was condncted by Rev. DeWolf
assisted by Rev. Millard. At the ceme
tery, the service whs in charge of the
Eastern Star of which Miss Ragatz ua
a member. The floral offerings were
abundant and beautiful, almost the
entire front of the church being banked
witb cut flowers. The musical service
was in charge' of the Methodist choir.
Evangelist Patterson assisted, singing
an a solo, "Lead Kindly Light."
tt imimmiiiimimmm :
Henry Raiate & Co.,
Nibraska Pfcm 29. MipniiDt Phones 29 and 229.
We have the best, cleanest alfalfa seed
that can be procured in this country.
This Seed is Crown
in Western Nebraska
We have given this alfalfa seed business
a great deal oi attention and study and know
that our seed is right. If you expect to sow J
this spring or fall, now is the time to buy I
your alfalfa seed. The supply of tancy seed t
is limited. Leave your orders now later
you will have to take what you can get.
We also have a large stock of Grass
Seeds 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.
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
I Groceries, Crockery,
I Glassware and Seeds
1 1 1 m n it him i i n t i t i mMM t i t i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 whim
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, Chiifon 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.
t? Also a new assortment of Swiss and Hamhnro- ftmhrnirt-
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. Subscrsptions to the Designer reduced to 50c a year.
J. H. GALLEY
505 Eleventh Street, Columbus, Nebraska
J. 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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