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corrmcMr Hot, rv tc BustcR. Bkowm Co Cmicj
yej, a 5u.5ine-sj man ij jv,st a-5 much a
"professional" man as is a lawyer or
a doctor . there are good doctors and
bad ones, you go to the doctor who has
a reputation. when you are clothes
sick why not come to the merchant who
knows just what sort of apparel to
prescribe for you? ask our patrons
whether or not we have given them
THIN6S TO WEAR THAT HAVE MADE THEM
FEEL GOOD AND LOOK GOOD, ASK THEM IF WE
HAVE OVERCHARGED THEM? JUDGE FOR
Mercerized black Skirts 89c Black &Colored Petticoats $5
Ladies' Neckwear at . 10c Ladies' Turnover collar, 10c
Ladies' Stock collar, 2 for 25c White Hand Bags, 35c to $2
Embroidered Collar and Cuff Sets, 25c, 35c, 50c to $1.50
IF YOU ONLY WISH TO GIVE YOUR OLD GAR
MENTS A "LITTLE TONIC" WE HAVE IN OUR
STORE ALL OF THE DAINTIES THAT WILL TONE
UP YOUR OLD CLOTHESRIBBONS, HOSIERY,
GLOVES, LACES, ETC., ETC.
Cotton Taffeta Gloves at . . . .35c
Elsmere Silk Gloves, guaranteed double woven tips,
colors, black, white, gray, blue, green, brown,
beavers, price, 50c, 75c and . . . $1.00
Elbow length Silk Gloves in black and white.
Oriental Laces 10c to 75c Beautiful neck ribbon 10c to 70c
YOU DON'T LIKE MEDICINE THAT TASTES BAD
WHEN YOU TAKE IT. WE TRY TO SUGAR
COAT ALL OF OUR MEDICINE WITH POLITE
ATTENTION To EVERY PATRON.
A Few Reasons Why You
Should Have 15he HerricK
They are Built on
"Honor," Best Work
manship, Material and
Finish; Solid Oak
Cases, even in smallest
sizes; Highest Quality
throughout, at Reas
onable Prices; All
Walls and Doors guar
anteed packed with
Solid Mineral Wool
insulation to over
double the usual thick
ness; Saves Ice; Econ
omical in operation;
Has an Absolute Dry Air System of Refrigeration of High
est Merit; Perfect Circulation; No Dampness or Metal Lin
ings to breed and hold disease germs and foul odors.
You get VALUE RECEIVED when you purchase the
HERRICK. Odors and gasses from foods immediately re
moved from interior by superior system. Seamless Pans;
Non-Rusting; No Leaking; Large Storage Capacity; Remov
able trap and drain pipe; Sanitary in actual operation as
well as in construction. No Mould, No Taint, Durable.
Latest Improvements. Built to last a lifetime.
HIGH GRADE REFRIGERATORS AT PRICES WHICH
WILL INTEREST YOU.
A Safety Razor With 12 Halts for $1.00
Gnaranteed to shave satisfactorily or your money back.
Start the season right with
a ffood Lawn Mower. We
can show you a line of High Wheels, Low Wheels, and Ball
Bearing from $3.50 up. We have a line of Ball Bearing as
gooo as any made, but we cannot recommend them for long
service. They are a fad that come and go like a great
many other things. Grass Catchers to fit any mower $1.00
sHmbPB BBF SiVv
Dr. Paul, dentist
Herriok for fanfare.
Joaraal ads fariif malts.
Casein solicit! yomr meat trade.
Dr. Mark T. MoaTafcfw. dentist
Prof. Sike, teacher mono. Barber bldg.
Gaaranteed watch repairing by 11th
St. Jeweler. tf
. A. Mills of Belwood visited his son
Charles Mills Sunday.
Coal and baled hay awlays on top
at Newman & Welch. tf
Try a Journal "want ad" if you have
anything to buy or sell.
B. W. Hobart went to Kearney on
business Saturday night.
See the new line of school
supplies at B use h mam's.
Dr. D. T. Martyn, jr., office new
Oolnmbus State Bank building.
Ed. tiranigan left on a business trip
to Wyoming last Saturday night.
Robber boots mended with a vnl
oanizing substitute at Carl Sohabert's.
Dr. C. V. Campbell, Dentist with Dr.
Luescben, Arnold's old stand. Olive st.
Try our Bex Lump Coal $7 at the
yard. P. D. Smith Co. BothteLNo.8.
George Hagel is again able to be up
and attending to business after a week's
Don't bny your water set till
you see the new line at Busch
nian's. The Competitor $3.00 Fountain Pen
special at f 1.00. Ed. J. Niewohner,
Mrs. Frank Gehrhart has been con
fined to her home with illness for the
past two weeks.
Special Prices on all milli
nery Friday and Saturday at
William McBeth of Osceola and Dal
las Seaburg of Denver were in this city
Monday on business. .
When you want baled bay that is
brigbt and coal that is clean order
from Newman Welch. tf
The $1 00 Shumate guaranteed Ka
zor, the best money oan buy. Ed. J.
Niewohner, the jeweler.
Mrs. Max Miller was called to Mon
roe Monday by the serious illness of
her mother, Mrs. A. Guiles.
Mre. Ed. Morrow of Monroe is.
visitng ter friends in the neighbor
hood east of Columbus this week.
O. H. Dae has just installed a $250
cabh register and Torsion balance,
scales for coaster, and prescriptions.
LOST A pair of frameleea spectacles
with gold trimmings. Finder please
leave at Clother hotel and receive reward
Mrs Jasper Nichols and two chil
dren of Wayne are visiting Mrs
.Nichols mother, Mrs. Paul Hoppen.
H. E. Baboock was called to Chica
go Sunday on business. His trip may
rake him to New York before he re
turns. Postmaster Kramer announces that
there will be a civil service examina
tion in this city on May 19 for car
riers and postal clerks.
Mrs. B. C. Boyd left Monday morn
ing four W interest, la , in response
to a telegram announcing that her
mother. Mrs. Thornbrg was dying.
Do you want to make your rooms
look new this spring? Then see G.
B. Prieb. He has the latest designs
in wall paper and will do you an ar
During the electric storm last
week four cos belonging to Mrs.
Rose Kipple two miles miles east of
this citv were struck by lightning
For wedding stationery, vis
iting cards and fine stationery
call on the Columbus Printing
& Specialty House tf
R S. Palmar, the tailor, cleans,
d?84 aal repairs ladies and gen'ts
clothing. Hats cleaned and reblooked.
Agent for Germania steam dye works,
Olive St. Between 12th and 13th St.
Miss Martha Ernst, daughter of
Jnilos Ernst, who has been in Cali
fornia several months for her health,
retnrned last Friday night. She was
accompanied by Miss Elizabeth Glur.
Mrs. Grace M. Vinquist, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Curtis of this
oity filed a petition in district coart
today asking for a decree of divorce
from her husband, Brail F. Vinquist.
Non-support and cruelty are the
Here's a newspaper man's definition
of a gentleman credited to an exchange:
"A man that's clean inside and outside;
who neither looks up to the rich nor
down on the poor; who can lose without
squealing and who can win without brag
ging; who is considerate to women, chil
dren and old people; who is too brave
to lie; too generous to cheat, and who
takes bis share of the world and lets
other people have theirs."
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Emerson of
Fremunt arrived in Columbus last
Sunday from San Jose where they had
spent the winter. "I tell yon we were
glad to see Columbus' Mr. Emerson
said to a Journal reporter. San Jose
suffered as badly as San Francisoo ex
cepting the ravages from Are. We
waited twelve days to secure Pall
man accommodations to get away
from the city. And such sights in
the city. It makes me sick to think
about it. People that bad good
homes are living in tne street. Wo
men who formerly dressed and lived
in style can be seen now with dirty
dr asses and dishevelled hair preparing
meals on stoves in the street, indiffer
ent apparently to their urrouadiogs.
When yon have seen what I have
seen there yon will agree that people
who have good health and enough to
eat ought to feel taaakful.M
You may have an accident or runaway
which can always le avoided by baying one
of Weaver's Own Slake Harness. tt
A few dollars pat in new harness may save
life as well as money. Don't neglect bat
L. W. Weaver and Son
Cial ail Harness Til. Ni, 74
For Sale or Bent 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.
Casain's market for fresh meats.
Dr. Vallier, Osteopath, Barber block.
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. Allenbnrger, office in new
State Bank building.
The Company K dance last Saturday
night was a pleasant affair.
If your eyes,ears. nose or throat give
ou trouble see Dr. Lueschen.
Charles VanAlstine of Omaha is
visiting his parents this week.
Dre. Martyn, Evans & Evans. Con
sultation in German and English.
J. H. Galley will spend Thursday
and Friday in Spalding on business
How is your Lawn Mower!
If not all right take it to
Carl Sohubert has a nice line of
Zonophones, and Talking machines
FOB SALE: -A sixteen inch riding
plow at less than half-price. Fred
Halm, Columbus Neb
Miss Emma Hoppen who has been
in California two months i expected
home the last of this week.
Go to druggist Charles H. Dack to
day for a Hyomei outfit, a cure for ca
tarrh. Complete treatment $1. Money
back if it fails.
Target practice was begun last Sun
day by Company K. The boys shot at
a 200 yard target. A. C. Boone drew
the high score getting 39 out of a pos
sible 50. Herman Herring came second
with Si. The team average was 28.
Mr. Boone also was awarded the gold
medal in the competitive drills of the
Max Elias returned last Thursday
from his crip to San Francisco where
he was called two weeks ago as one of
nineteen expert baggagemen to re
lieve the congestion of traffic at Oak
laud pier, caused by the great earth
quake disaster. Max gives some in
teresting descriptions of the people
and conditions in the destroyed oity
"Trunks and bundles" he says, "were
stacked on the platfoims at Oakland
by the people making their eosape
from San Francisco, and in the excite
ment no attempt was made to keep
track of them. The bagaggemen,
many of them had lost their houses or
members of their families and were
forced to leave their post of duty.
This left the identification of trunks
and bundles in the bauds of us new
men. My experience there at times
almost made me sick. Women with
smaU crying and hungry children
woula come to find their bundles.
They all seemed destitute and with
out hope and all wanted help. A man
with any heart could not help being
moved by the suffering on every hand
and I was glad to get back to Colum
bus. I spent one day in San Francis
oo. From Nob Hill looking over the
main parts of the city you can see
nothing for fivee miles but unsightly
heaps of brick and twisted iron and
tottering walls. The newspapers have
not pictured is as bad as it is."
It is not difficult to relieve blind,
bleeding, itching or protruding piles
with Man Zan, the great pile remedy.
It is put np in collapsable tubes with
nozzle, and may be introduced and
applied at the seat of the trouble.
Stops pain instantly. Sold by Mo
Olintook & Carter.
Dr. J. W. Terry
Best Eqiipped Optical Offices
la The West
in the front rooms over PnlWIr
& Co.'s Drug Store. Will be in '
uoiumDus omces 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 side' to
every f ace.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 go-carts.
Dr. W. H. Slater, veterinarian, phone
A new line of glassware at
Tender oats and prompt delivery at
Jersey cows for sale. Inquire of J.
W. Craun, Route 1, Columbus.
Frank Anderson of Osceola was a
guest at the. Welch home Sunday.
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
Special prices on all milli
nery Friday and Saturday at
WANIED: Good farm loans at 5
per cent. No commissions, W. L.
May, Omaha, Neb.
Miss Winnie Best of Cedar Rapids
entered the dressmaking school of Mrs.
A. C. Boone this week.
L. Frerick and August Krueger left
Tuesday afternoon for a three month's
trip to Germany. A number of their
neighbors assembled at the station to
bid them farewell.
WAY UP is used by all who desire a
fine quality of patent flour. The Co
lumbus roller mills makes it.
FOB SALE Cottonwood lumber,
wood and sawdust. Also a No. 1
Chicago cottage organ, price $20 cash.
Clear Creek Mill.
Naylor and Gerrard, manufacturers
of the Natural Flour Refiner received
some news last week which means
much for the future of their business.
A letter from England informed them
that on Marob 16th the Andrews pa
tent was revoked in the Ohonoery Di
vision of the High Court of England
before Justice Kekwioh and an order
issued restraining the owners from
issuing threatening notices. For
several months the Andrews people
have written threatening letters
through thejnilling journals charing
Naylor and Gerraid with infringe
ment on their patent. The latter
knowing the groundlessness of the
Andrews olaim have given no heed.
However, many millers have refrained
from buying the produot of the Co
lumbus factory on account of the
threatened trouble. The people of
Oolnmbus will be glad to learn that
an obstacle has been removed from
the path of this manufactory which
is one of the growing enterprises to
which our citizens point with pride.
"When the Union Pacific gets ready
in earnest to shorten its main line route
to the coast, it will probably not build
from Central City to Wahoo as some of
the newspapers have suggested, but from
Columbus to North Platte," said Dr. D.
T. Martyn to a Journal representative
the other day, discussing the route
shortening plans of the Union Pacific.
'More than twelve years ago a former
superintendent of the Union Pacific
pointed out to me while we were watt
ing for a train at Monroe, several rea
sons why some day the main line of the
Union Pacific would go from Columbus
through Fullerton and St. Paul to
North Platte. In the first place if you
will consult a map you will see that this
route is.almost straight. Besides, the
track is already laid to Fullerton 'and
from there to St. Paul up the Loup val
ley is almost a natural road-bed.' This
extension would enlarge the territory
tributary to Columbus and make this city
one of the most importaut jobbing' cen
ters in Nebraska. This is a, matter
worth thinking about and it is worth"
working for. You newspaper men.Vho
want to do something for Columbus
should try to get the Commercial club
interested. It is amusing to hear the
talk about cutting Columbus off the
main line. The fact is this city has the
best future of any inland city in the state.
Those who look at the map and study
the physical condition of the country
in question will see the logic of Dr.
Martyn's remarks and will hope that
our business men will help the railroad
company to see it.
The tar that is contained in Fee's
Laxative Honev and Tar is harmless.
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 note on the bowels thus
expeling all colds from the system.
Bee'a is the original Laxative Honey
and Tar, and is best for coughs,
colds, eronn, whooping, ooogh, lung
and bronohial affections. Sold Mo
We'Kimdle only the
very bestlbrand in
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We can please you. All
Gfaoes oiFIdur, the best
. Cider Vinegar, Strictly
Pure Spices. For.the
Summer Season we have
Cml. w- ....
A Delightful Beverage.
We are Headquarters
for Fresh Fruits and
a - fi HI K)a
A Large Stock of Nov
eltieVih CHINA and GLASS
Prices Always Right.
We Respectftdly Solicit
a Share of your Trade.
I HOT RfflJTZ a COMPANY II
I GROCERIES, CrtHtiti, Lttft AND 6USSWAIE
I We have a large and II
I welljselected stock of II
HENRY mm & COMPANY
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Spring and Summer Goods
We announce to the people of Colum
bus tliatJour. new line of SPRING
and SUMMER GOODS is now open
for your inspection.
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We are now showing one of the most .complete lines of
in the city, in all the latest novelties, consisting of Figured
Linen, "D. Sbie," Arnold's Silks, Chiffon Ombre, Print
ed Silk Mulls, Dotted Swiss Mull, Queen Batiste, Tokio
Brilliants, "Henely". Serges, Donzelle Organdie. -Queen
1 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 Zioh Laces, Insertions and Allover Lace.
Also a new assortment of Swiss and Hamburg Embroid
eries and Insertions.
Sr ." J Lll ami
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
i 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, ouoscrspuons ui tne iesigner reuueeu 10 ovc a year.
J. M. GALLEY
505 Eleventh Street, Golumbus, Nebraska
U. S. CREAM SEPARATOR
Won Gold Medal The Highest
Award Lewis & Clark Exposi
tion, Portland, Oregon.
5(X) lb". Capacity, $75.00
Sold by W. P. DODDS,
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