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what mother doej not w,sh for her--self:
for her daughters and for her
little ohes even to jtand well in their
community. iti-5 the duty and should it
not 5e the pleasure of h17-s&andj and
fathers to provide good glothe5 for
their wivej and daugher-s. the wife
dejervej it and the daughter cannot go
in the circle you would have her move
in unle-5.5 .she wear.s good clothe-s. for
thoje who have no time to make their
own clothed we have garments ready
to wear. we have looked out the eco
nomical .side for you.
For Friday aund Saturday.
Ladies' beautiful lawu shirt waist the $1.25 kind at. ..'JSc
S1.50 kin.l at $1.20. $2 lawn waist $1.(6. $5 ladies'
walking- skirts at $3.')S. $( ladie's walking" skirts $4.85.
$7.50 ladies' walking skirts at $6.50.
Black Sateen Skirts.
$1 black sateen skirts at 79c. $1.25 black sateen skirts at
'JSc. $1.50 blaclc sateen skirts at $1.2'). $2 blade sat
een skirts at $1.7"). $2-75 black sateen skirts at $2.29.
FOR THE MOTHER OR THE DAUGHTER WHO
JEW.S WE HAVE PROVIDED MATERIAR.S ON
WHICH .SHE WILL NOT WASTE HER TIME.
For Friday aund Saturday.
Nice lawns at 5c. Beautiful jyinjfhaiiis at 10c and 12c.
3S inch percales at 7 l-2c. Organdies in a beautiful line
of patterns at 10c. Primrose batiste at 15c.
Excellent grade of Heavy Castor 35c per gal.
Hand Separator Oil, Gasoline Engine Oil, Cyl
ander Oil, Raw and Boiled Linseed Oil
(Woodman Brand) All ol the best grades.
Telephone us and we will fill your can
There is a great difference in rope, both in
its wearing and ten si i strength. The kinds
mostly used are Sisal, Standard Manilla, (a
mixture of Sisal and Manilla Fibre) and PURE
For heavy wear on Stackers or Hay Car
riers the Pure Manilla is the most economical
as it will resist a tensil strength of from 6,000
to 9,000 pounds in sizes of 7-8 to 1 1-6 inches.
We can furnish you any size from 3-8 of
an inch to 1 1-4 inch in PURE MANILLA.
Hay and Bundle Forks
We have exclusive sale for the Otsego
Brand, and for finish, strength and lightness
they have no equal.
Hay Rack Fixtures
Are last taking the' place of long bolts'
which not only weakens the timbers of a hay
rack but are much easier put in, leaving all
the timbers clamped securely together with
out boring any holes.
Dr. PaaL, dentist.
Dr. Campbell, Dentist.
Herrick for furaitare.
Journal ad briag retails.
Hani mocks Snow's.
Herrick for baby jco-oarts.
Oassin solicit! yoar meat trade.
Dr. Hark T. MoMahoa. deatiat
Dr. W. 11. Slater, Yeterinarian, phone
Guaranteed watch repairing by 11th
St. Jeweler. .tf
Tender cats and prompt delivery at
For Sale A good, gentle family cow.
Inquire of A. Berger. 12-2p
Coal and baled hay awlays on top
at Newman & Welch. tf
Try a Journal "want ad" if you have
Anything to liny or sell.
Maloney's pool and billiard tables
are the best in the citr.
Dr. D. T. Martyn, jr., office new
Oolnmbns State Bank building.
WANTED: A girl for general house
work. Good wages. H. 8 Elliott
Rubber boots mended with .a vnl
oanizing substitnte at Carl Schubert's.
Try our Bex Lump Coal $7 at the
yard. P. D. Smith Co. Bothtel. No.&
WANTED: Good farm loans atj 5
per cent. No commissions, W. L.
May, Omaha, Neb.
Wnnn yon want baled hay that is
bright and coal that is. clean order
from Newman Welch. tf
Miss Katberine Haecker left last
Wednesday for Spokane to live with
her sister, Mrs. Miller.
WAY UP is used by all who desire a
fine quality of patent flour. The Co
Inmbns roller mills makes it.
A large quantity of bee hives and fix
tures for sale at reduction from whole
sale price. Mrs. Fobes, Columbus.
FOR' SALE: One 18 horse power
ueuble cylinder engine and Niagara
Separator. O. J. Lneschen, Creston,
Miss Ella Kersenbrock returned
home last week from Texas, where
she has been employed in a millinery
Mr. anil Mrs. W. E. DeVore of St. Ed
ward were gurats at tho Willanl home
Tim i si lay night, reluming from a wed
ding trip to Des Moines.
MisR Alma HasHellmch and Miss Meta
Sismin of St. Edward, were guests of
Miss Marguerite Willanl last Thursday.
They went from here to Leigh to visit
For wedding stationery, vis
it iui; curds and fine stationery
cull on the ol u nihil s Printing
& Specialty House tf
R. S. Palmer, the tailor, cleans.
dyes and repairs ladies, and gen'ts
clothing. Hats cleaned and reblooked.
Agent for Germania rteam dye works,
Olive St. Between 12th and 13th St.
A petition was circulated this week
and almost unanimously signed by
the bueiness men of Commons, closing
all stores on the evening of the 3rd
of July and remaining closed nntil
the morning of the 5th.
Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Thelen of Shelby,
newly married, departed from this
city last Wednesday afternoon on a
wedding trip. They were treated to
a shower of rice at the station bv a
small group of friends.
FOR SALE: 160 acres fenced pas
ture Boone county clay land, two and
one half miles from railroad, 20.
Quarter section Boone county. A
good farm near town. Half in crop.
Good soil no sand, $40. Half section
Boone county. A good stock farm,
near Petersburg, $30.50. Yon take no
risk in buying Boone county clay
land, at these prices. Terms one
fourth down. Enquire of J. D.
Stires, Columbus, Neb.
Nearly two hundred members and
friends of Lebanon Lodge. A. F. and
A. M. and Harmony Chapter, order
of the Eastern Star, were present hut
Thursday night at Masonic Hall to
witness the joint installation of officers
of the two orders and to participate in
the pleasant festivities attendant
thereto. J. E. North acted as install
ing officer for Lebanon Lodge and Dr.
O. D. Evans for Harmony Chapter.
The beautiful floral drill of the East
ern Star was executed by the Mes
dames. J. E. Erskine, Ernest Dnssell,
Will H. King, L M. Geitzen, Fred
Davis, Henry Ragatz, jr, Frank
Schram and the Misses Lillian
Ragatz, Edna Beardsley and Lillian
Hagel At the close of the ceremonies
ice cream and cake were served on
small tables lighted with red candles
and decorated with red roses. J. O.
Echols presided as toastmsster. Re
sponses were made xby Mrs. J. D.
Stires, J. H. Johannes. W. L Speice,
L. W. Snow, L. R. DeWolf. G. A.
Scott aud L. G Zinnecker The fol
lowing new officers were elected for
Lebanon lodge : W. L Speioe, wor
Bhipfulmaster;Geo., A. Scott, senior
warden; J. H. Johannes, junior war
den ;L. W. Snow, senior deacon;
William Zinnecker. junior deacon; J.
R. Meagher, secretary; Howard
Clarke treasurer; Rev. L. R. .DeWolf,
chaplain; J. O. Echols, trier. The
new officers for the Order of' the East
ern star are; Mrs. J. D. Stires,
worrhv matron- J. O. Echols, worthy
natron : Mi. O. A. Beardsley. asso
ciate matron; Mrs. ,F. W. Herrick.
conductress: Mrs. O. 8. Raaey. asso
ciate conductress; Mrs. frank Schram
chaplain: Mr. Julia Kasmmasen,
marshal; Mrs. C. J. Garlow, organist;
Mrs. Will Murray, warder: J. R.
Maegher, sentinel; Mrs C. D. Evans,
Ada; Mrs. J. O. Echols, Rath; Miss
Lillian Ragatz, Esther; Mrs. Edgar
Howard. Martha; Mrs Sherman.
Dr. J. W. Terry
Best Equipped Optical Offices
in the front rooms over Pollock
& Co.'s Drug Store. Will be in
Columbus offices Sunday , on
day, Tuesday and Wednesday of
each week. Spectacles and eye
glasses scientifically fitted and
repaired. Eye Glasees adjusted
to any nose.
Inquire of Herrick.
Dr. Cttmpbell, Dentist.
Fire Works Snow's.
Casein'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.
If your eyes, cars, nose or throat give
yon trouble see Dr. Lueschen.
Drs. Martyn, EvanB & Evans. Con
Hultation in German and English.
How is your Lawn Mower?
If not all right take it to
Carl Schubert has a nice line of
Zonophones. and Talking machines
If you play billiards or pool. Ma
loney's pool and billiard hall will
Friends of Miss Florence Whitmoyer
have received letters announcing her
return to Columbus alMintJuly 1.
FOR SALE: -Charters Hotel, one of
the lending hotels in Alliance, Neb. A
bargain. Wrilo S Care of Columbus
Journal, Columbus, Neb.
Mies Josie Relford after two years
employment as stenogapher in a large
clothing house in St Louis, returned
home last Wednesday for a two weeks'
Mr. Thomas Ludwig and Miss Rosa
Lewis of Creston were married last
Thursday in this city by Judge Rat
terman Miss Leona Harbert and Mr.
Earl Weaver witnessed the ceremony.
Mrs. Arnold Oehlrioh barely escaped
serious injury in a runaway last
Wednesday night near Frankfort
Park. Mrs. Oehlrioh was driving
past the park when her horse became
unmanageable. Sh was thrown from
the buggy but was not hnrt. The
orowded condition of the street pro
bably prevented more serious results.
The funeral of Carl May berger. of
Oconoe occurred at the Catholic church
in this city last Wednesday. Mr. May
bergcr died Tuesday and was seventy
three years old. He came tothiscouuty
in IBM and was woll known by all the
older sottlers. He had been in failing
health for a long time. Mr. May berger
was the father of twelve children, ten of
whom are living. Besides his children
he leaves a wife.
The Women's Home Missionary soci
ety of the Methodist church in the
North Nebraska conference, will hold
their annual meeting from July G to 9.
An unusually interesting program has
been prepared by the ladies, one of the
chief attractions of which is to be an ad
dress by Mrs. Clarke, the noted lecturer
of Cambridge, Mass. Many delegates
from other cities and towns will be here
to enjoy some of that sort of hospitality
for which Columbus people are noted.
Ales McQueen of Silver Creek was in
Columbus one day last week. Mr. Mc
Queen is one of Nebraska's enterprising
fanners and one of the lttrgest and most
successful sheep feeders in the country.
He has just purchased a fine section of
land in Canada for the sum of $10,000.
Mr. McQueen also has a section of land
within a mile of Silver Creek, on which
he has one of the finest residences in
Merrick county. He came to Silver
Creek about twenty years ago without a
WHY SO MANY GLASSES?
Forty people in every hundred
should wear spectacles or eyeglasses.
Why? Becauso a greater demand Is
made upon eyesight in theso modern
times than ever before, our eyes are
used more constantly, and are subject
ed to the most severe strains.
While It Is true that a large per
cent of people should wear glasses, it
Is amazing to sec the number who,
from simple neglect, do not do so. Of
course, it is also an important matter
as to the kind of glasses that should
"We cad your attention to the Kryp
tok lenses as the latest scientific
achievement in the optical field. We
invite you who are in search of clear
vision to investigate the merits oi
this attractive, perfect fitting lens.
Though in appearance It is a single
focus lens. It has two separate and
distinct focal powers, which does
away with the necessity of two pairs
of glasses and the continual changing
from one to the other. For further in
formation address the Columbian Bi
focal Co., Temple Court. Denver, Colo.,
who are the sole makers and distrib
utors in the West.
Or call on Dr. J. W. Terry, in Colum
bus, our exclusive representative for
Platte county, Nebraska. Dr. Terry
will be in his Columbus offices Sunday,
(Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of
The old time method of pmrging the
system with Cathartics , that tear,
gripe grind and break down the' walls
of the' stomach intestines is supersed
ed by Dades Little Liver Pills. Tney
cleanse the liver, and instead of weak
ening bnild np and strengthen the
whole system. Relieve headache,
bilonsness. constipation etc. Sold by
MoClintock & Carter drag store.
Having opened a dressmaking shop
we are prepared to do all kinds of
sewing 422 Corner 8th & Fulton.
Mrs W. E. Reitzel
and Miss Julia FlaxeL
Every form of distressing ailment
known as Piles originates internally.
The real cause of the trouble is in
side. ManZan is put up in collapsible
tubes with nozzle, so the medicine
can be applied where it will do the
most good, and do it quickly. If you
are suffering with piles yon owe your
self the duty of trying ManZan. Sold
by McOlintock and Carter drag store.
Ice and Coal Business for Sale.
A large and profitable ice and coal
business in one of the best Binall cities
in Nebraska. Inquire of Journal for
The cleansing, antiseptic and heal
ing properties of Pinesalve make it
superior to family salves. Sold by
McOlintock & Carter Drug store.
lfSO acres land within three and a half
miles of this city, land all under culti
vation and entire farm fenced hog tight.
Good buildings including house, barn,
hog house and milk house all ot brick or
stone foundation. Price SK0. per acre.
Call on or address L. J. Yanlloosen or
E. L. King, Osceola, Nehr.
For bloating, belching, sour stom
ach, bad breath malassimilation of
food, and all symptons of indigestion.
Ring's Dyspepfeia Tablets are a prompt
and efficient corrective. Sold by
McOlintock & Carter drugstore.
Seal Etsate Loans.
We are prepared to make loans on
all kinds of real estate at the lowest
rates on easy terms. Becher Houken
berger & Chambers.
Yon can see the poison Pinnies clears
ont of the kidneys and bladder. A
single dose at bedtime will show yon
more poison upon rising the next
morning than can be expelled from
the system in any other way. Pine
ules dissolve the impurities, lubri
cate the kidneys, cleanse the bladder,
relieve pain and do away with back
ache speedily, pleasantly, permanent
ly. Sold by McOlintock & Carter
A Hew Grocery Store.
I have established a new grocery
store at SOS East Eleventh Street, first
door west of Bucher's saloon and 1
invite the patronage of the public.
My groceries are all fresh and first
class. Give me a trial order. Inde
pendent telephone liU, Nebraska tele
B. R. Hester.
A hundred years ago, the best
physician would give you a medicine
for your heart withont stopping to
consider what effect it might have
on the liver. Even to this good dav
cough and cold medicines invariably
bind th bowels. This is wrong.
Beezs Laxative Syrup with Honey
and Tar acts on the bowels drives
out the cold clears the head, relieves
all coughs, cleanses and strengthen
the mucous membranes of -the throat
chest, lnngs and bronchial tubes.
Sold by McOlintock & Carter drug
Fifty (lollarH a month ami oxtrax 1 will t;ivi
for a man of km1 diameter :ih iiiy:wiit. Eith-r
tuileaman or fanner, merchant or hunker may
apply. Write Lock Mox l-i, Lincoln, Nehr.
When applied and covered with a
hot oloth Pinesalve acts like a poul
tice. Best for burns, bruises, boils,
eczema, skin disease, etc. Sold by
McOlintock & Carter drug store.
I am offering some big bargains in
diBhes. For a short time I will sell
50 and 100 piece sets at 12 cents a
piece. Seth Braun.
Eat one of Rings Dyspepsia Tablets
after each meal and you will not
staffer with indigestion. Sold by Mc
Olintock & Carter, drug store.
FOR SALE: Improved quarter sec
tion of land in Sheridan county includ
ing house, barn, windmill, household
furniture, 1!) head of cattle, S horses, 100
chickens. Several acres under cultiva
tion, growing spelts, home grass and
potatoes. A free 010 acre homestead
can be taken adjacent. Cuts 7.1 tons
native hay. Can he liought for 2?.r0.
A rare bargain. Excursion rate-, over
Burlington from Columbus next Tues
day Juno 1! at l-:t0p. m., $11.70 round
trip. Write or inquire F. II. Ahliott,
Cored of Bnht's Disease.
Geo. A. Snermau, Lisbon Red
Mills, Lawrence Co., N. Y. writes:
"I had kidney disease for many years
and had been treated by hpysicians
for twelve years; had taken a well
known kidney medicine and other
remedies that were recommended but
got no reilef nntil I began Uhing Fo
ley's Kidney. Oure. The first half
bottle relieved me and four bottles
have cured me of tnis terrible disease.
Before I began taking Foleys Kidney
Oure I had to make water about
every fifteen minutes, day and night"
and passed a brick-dust substance,
and sometimes a climy substance. I
believe I woald have died if I had not
taken Foley's Kidney Cure. Chas. H.
HENRY RAGATZ & COMPANY
GROCERIES, CROCKERY, LAMPS AND GLASSWARE
We have a large and
well selected stock of
We handle' only the -very
best brands in
COFFEE AND TEA
We can please you. All
Grades ot Flour, the best
Cider Vinegar, Strictly
Pure Spices. For the
Summer Season we have
WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE
A Delightful Beverage.
We are Headquarters
for Fresh Fruits and
A Large Stock of Nov
CHINA and GLASS
Prices Always Right.
We Respectfully Solicit
a Share 'of Jyour Trade.
HENRY RAGATZ & COMPANY
Nebraska Phme 29. Independent Pines 29 aN 229.
R- W. HOBART
Attorney - at - Law
Rooms 10 and 11 New Columbus State
C. J. GARLOW
Attorney -at -Law
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styles are not easily distinguished. Our
purpose is to point out these changes so
mat you may Know them at a glance.
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