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About The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1906)
It is put up under the supervision of a competent
chemist, from the finest materials possible to select.
insuring the user light, wholesome, easily digested food.l
Therefore, CALUMET is recommended by leading'
physicians and chemists.
Perfect in Quality
Economical in Use
Moderate in Price
M s c is u uuciuuj aim ih irmiiH any ygywip mv .
Benxrauzauon 01 we mKicumus is suraoiwerr pence., men
fore, food prepared with ! is free from Roctaelle Salts.
Alum, or any injurious substance. uFr y.ar nt. nnflsn
Mite" aae CalUMt, For ecoaomy's sake boy Call
SI ,000.00 siven for any substance in
jurious to neaun touna m '
j The Value of a Suit 8
8 ..of Clothes.. x
Depends to a great
extent on the manner
in which it is MADE
and TRIMMED. Al
most any reliable
house can be depended
upon for HONESTY
so far as fabrics are
STYLE and TAILOR
ING require ABIL
ITY, SKILL. You
6RANDEGELKiNCAa)&wooDCDPfRjCHTa)i90fii want fabrics of
QUALITY to be sure, but, you must have these other
things too. You should not judge clothes ONLY by
the fabries. We'd like to show you OUR IDEA OF
VALUE you would better understand our argument.
Suits from $6.50 to $25
Q Columbus, Nebraskr. S
M BS MS - vj
SJmtmui Ttwuhif .
Henry Oattaa Tinitod with
Dr. A. G. Laaeohea of O0I1
Tiaited with bia nareata aad
G. Bocohe aad Gaa Loaake were at
Greaton on basiaeat Wednesday.
Mrs. Carl Boohe Tiaited with her
mother at Platte Center Saaday after
noon. Born to Mr. aad Mr. Ed. Hollman
Thanday May 3 a boy.
Oaoarand Lneia Liaeeohea Tiaited
in Oolfax Sanday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Newman were
Uolnmbni shoppers Saturday.
Miss Anna Rooahe spent part of last
week risiting with her sister, Mrs.
Frank Wurdeman is setting ont aa
orchard of several handred fruit trees.
Adolf Keanoke was a visitor at the
Hollman home Sunday evening.
A liquid cold cure for children
that is pleasant, harmless, aad effec
tive is Bee's Laxative Honey and
Tar. Superior to all other ooagh
syrups for oold remedies, because it
acts on the bowels. An ideal remedy
for coughs, colds, oroup whooping
cough and all curable lung and bron
chial affections in child or adult.
Pleasant to take. Sold by McOlin
took & Garter.
District Ho 4.
Shell creek was the highest last Tues
day it has been since last summer.
Carrig & Joesi lost a young colt last
C. J. Carrig was ont on his farm Sun
day. William Bohrich and wife from across
the river from Columbus were visiting
at the wife's parents in this neighbor
hood last week.
Jack frost was here Sunday.
The school in this district closed last
week, Delia Price teacher.
The gums and resins obtained from
pine treeB nave long been recognized
as highly beneficial in the treatment
of backache, kidney and bladder
tonbles. Pine-alee is the name cf a
new medicine, the prinoiple ingre-
aients of which come from the pine
forests of our own native land. Sold
by MoOlintok & Garter.
Bichlaad aad Vicinity.
Quite a frost Satuiday night.
Hark! hear dem wedding bells.
J. Di-chner delivered grain here Sat
urday. Otto Schmid paid a recent visit to
AdolDh Kluck's head is in a whirl all
on account of a sweet baby girl which
arrived Sunday, April 29.
Mrs. Huffman, of Bloomfield, Iowa, is
here gladening the heart of her sister,
Mrs. Eliza Brocklesby.
Mrs. M. E. Eckleberry returned to
North Bend, Friday.
Miss Isabelle Klnck entertains a lady
friend from Schnyler this week.
Quite a number of onr citizens attend
ed the funeral of Miss Mary Heibel on
An Opportunity of a life-time for men
of Limited Means to get homes.
A Ranch Broken up and the Hay and Alfalfa
Land thrown on the Harket in Tracts
of from 160 to 1280 acres.
Having Removed my fences from Government Land, I have
decided to sell my Ranch, breaking it up into tracts to suit
the purchaser. I have Deeded Hay and Alfalfa land which I
will sell at from $10 to $25 and will locate purchasers on a
free Kinkaid homestead of 640 acres adjoining. A section of
Grazing land with a quarter of Hay and Alfalfa land to raise
Winter Feed makes an ideal Dairy Ranch of 800 acres which
will keep from 80 to 150 head of cattle. My land is all from
4 to 9 miles from Lakeside, Nebr., on the main line of the
Burlington, where there is an excellent market for cream,
eggs and other produce. .
I will sell on easy terms. A man who can raise from
$1000 to $250O can get a ranch of 800 acres which will pro
duce larger returns than any quarter section in eastern
I HAVE HOMES FOR ABOUT TWELVE FAMILIES
If you want one of them it stands you in hand to investigate
at once. .
Special Excursion Rates to Homeseekers on the B. & M. R. R.
For description and prices address
0r F. H. ABBOTT, J. D. PflTTISON,
Columbus, Nebr. Lakeside, Nebr.
Shall creek last Thursday at 3 p. m.
Mrs. Woo. Koch and Mrs. Philip
Kritchkie of Platte were out here calling
on friends last Friday.
Adam Schmid, jr.. is hauling material
for a new house on Shell oreek, and
Adam declares he is not going to batch.
Tune the violin, boys.
Dr. W. S. Evans made a professional
trip to our village Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Klutk and daugh
ter Mary were sightseeing in Columbus
Mrs. Anna Rickert, Mrs. Eliza Steven
son and son Jiertie wtre combining busi
ness with pleasure at Columbus Friday
Fred Yonkie's many friends here .were
surprised to receive a telephone message
Sunday, April 29, saying he had been
married that afternoon to a Miss Rena
Cole of Schuyler. May they have fair
sailing with no clouded skies.
Was Watting Away.
"I had been troubled with kidney
disease for the last five years," write.
Robert R. Watts, of Salem, Mo. "I lost
flesh and never felt well and doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies snggested without relief. Fi
nally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and
less than two bottles completely cnred
me and I am now sound anil well."
During the summer kidney irregulari
ties are often caused by excessive drink
ing or being orerheited. Attend to the
kidneys at once by using Foley's Kid
ney Cure. McClintock & Carter.
Let us build you one. 'e
put nothing but (lie very bcs-t
material ami vorknuiiilii m
"them. I he price i-
FARMERS, Briii" in your
tools and implement to be
sharpened and repaired now.
It will save you time when
the spring work opens up.
We keep only the Latest and
Buggies & Carriages
-All Kinds of-
ftf&,Onr Horseshoes stick and
don't lame your horse try 'em
THROUGH Standard and
Tourist sleepers, chair
cars and coaches to Union
Passenger Station, Chicago,
every day from all points on the
main line of the Union Pacific
Railroad. These cars are carried
on through trains arriving in the
heart of Chicago at 8.35 a. m.f
9.25 a. m. and 9.30 p. m., afford
ing a convenient choice of hours.
Route Union Pacific Railroad
Milwaukee St, Paul
Any ticket agent of the Union
Pacific will send you East via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway if you ask him to do so.
It is worth your while to insist
that your ticket read this way.
Complete information about
rates, routes and train seivice
sent on request.
F. A. NASH
General Western Agent
1124 Faraam Street. Oasafca
Wr?al! PatternasoTd intti Unitrd
St.tM thaa of mv other nuke of oaiterr.s. 1 his u oil
account of their style, accuracy and simplicity.
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If you will eat more
you can do more work, enabling you to earn
more money, so that you can buy more
do more work-and earn still more money.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Afl Jalnssssaflki amsm
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HJJeiuco uMon Mrcnr fiH
Ring's Dyspepsia Tablets
CURE INDIGESTION AND
A New biscomj
put dp in a ne
waj for the Kid
ne?s and Bladder.
THE GREAT HEALER
B3H0USANDS of grateful customers in
U every state attest the WONDERFUL
HEALING PROPERTIES of the
WORLD'S BEST LINIMENT
KING CACTUS OIL
The OnlvLiHiiUCit that Htals withft a Scar J
It cures cuts, sprains, bruises, sores, swellings.
lameness, old wounds, lumbago, chapped bands, frost lk
bites, etc., and is tbe standard remedy for barbed F
Vire cuts on animals, harness and saddle Kails,
scratches, grease heel, caked udder, itch, mange, etc.
It heals a wound from the bottom up and is
thoroughly antiseptic. KING CACTUS OIL Is
sold by druggists in 15c.. 50c.. and fl bottles, S3 and
$5 decorated cans, or sent prepaid by the manuf ac- v
turers, OLflEY O McVAlV. Clinton. loVa. if
not obtainable at your druggists'. T
POLLOCKS CO. J
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TBS BE8T FILL BOLD
Little Liver Pills
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'H it'll emtc:r-m t;i.!:;;: i-, k.,i anJ
Uold nu-tallic f.oxes, st!t.il a i i btu ,-ibrxn
TaUf tta oilier. JE-rii- daiizt-roii. nri
2utiont;ant imj:ntion. !: our OnisKist,
'ir seti'l lo. i:i -Unir .ir Iarliv '-tr. T-H-aioniaU
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CHICnESTKK CHPMICAI. C".
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LAXATIVE cough remedy.
For coughs, colds, throat and lunjj
troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic
Good for every body. Sold everywhere.
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is In
a Yellow package. Refuse substitutes.
Prepared only by
Feley fc Company, Chicago.
Sold by McClintock & Carter
00.- " MOl
for a Name
May Win This Prize
Costs Yon Nothing to Try.
We want a good, distinctive name for a new bottled beer, we have brewed and stored
in our cellars.
We believe it is the best beer ever brewed and we want the best name for it a name
as appropriate as the beer is satisfactory.
It is a distinctive beer, brewed to meet the present day taste ot tne great American puDiic,
and ue want the public to name it.
Therefore, we will give $500. in gold, to the person who submits to us, before May 21, 1906,
the name that most neatly meets our requirements.
This contest is open .to every man, woman and child in the whole country. It costs you nothing to try.
All you have to do is to send m the name.
Somebody will get S500. for just one idea. Why not you? Put on your thinking cap and get busy. Use
the coupon, and mail promptly. You can send in as many suggestions as you like.
Wliat It Is For.
The name b for a new bottled, pale beer that has
been aging in our vats for several months -a beer which
we are sure will meet popular taste as no other beer
has since the art of brewing was discovered.
When oa drink it you will sa : "Well, that's the
best gi siofl.r I ever drank in my life!'
An 1 it wi-l he, because:
!t is a jinrr beer, made from the best Wisconsin
b.irlev-mai , the finest Bohemian hops, high quality
Indian n t-, all carefullv selected bv experts for this
spccitl t . .v, together with yeast in absolutelv per
fect to; n and pure, sparkling water from our
own artesian spring.
2nd. It is a carefully made beer brewed by one of the
best br u .iMsters in the world, with every facility
at h:- cuiihiidiid that modern science can supply.
3rd. A. id tiii is most important of all. It is not onlv
a PL' L beer; it is not only MADE RIGHT; but ft
is iik'o .? eciany to s :i iuuk tasie. we iii.-q
bicw jd l r ui Omaha for 50 vears long enough
to 1-trn 'v' -t the public wants, and long enough to
b-tni iiuV to make the beer that lJLiAiES the
ptioJic'-i U. te EXACTLY. We are not trying to
force Ot'K taste upon you, but are catering entirely
to the public's taste.
Tiie Kind of Name We Want.
We want a name that will express as nearly as pos
sible in a single word all the chief characteristics of
the perfection of the brewer's art,
the body, color and TASTE that pleases the
Remember it is an American beer made for Amer
ican tastes. We do not want to use as so many brew
ers do such names as "Pilsener," "Bavarian," "Bo
hemian," "Hofbrau," "Muenchner," "Old German,"
"Werner," "Wurtzburger." etc., showing what foreign
beer they have tried to imitate; for our beer is NOT
made in imitation of ANY foreign beer; it is a BETTER
beer than any of them made for the American palate
combining all the best qualities of all the foreign beers,
without their heavy, sticky substance.
It is light, easily digested, highl nutritious, and of
a flavor to make you smack your lips.
I ill fj Ol 9Hf ! "'' name 'lwe select must h one that we csn
copyright or register, and therefore no rroi"r
names miv be ued. No rfictionarr names Rill do either eicpt as de
scriptive of a certain quality of this beer such as "Velvet" or "bilk"
to indicate its smoothness. The name must be short, easily pro
nounced and suggestive. No names ending in "ine" will be considered.
s . a
Name Contest Department.
Fred Krug Brewing Co.. Omaha. Neb.
I submit the following names for your new beer.
My name is.
City .. ..-... County.......... ....Stale.
AMMO TH JICCAU. CO., .
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