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Consolidated wlth.the PolumbiiiUmes April 1, 1904; with the Platte County -Argus January 1, 1900.
THIRTY-NINTH YEAR. NUMBER 3.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA,. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1908.
WHOLE NUMBER 1,901.
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;- Bjiildiatr - Association. . Try
- placing $4 "no or $G 00 a week
in Beriee-o'S" of tbe OdJumbiis
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x- sopiaiipn. See Henry Hook.
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'-.' Pile3 of the Journal April 22, 1874.
Eight .-families of Austrians passed.
through -Columbus the other day enroute
.to Polk county, where they will locate
.-" l'he -.iPawriees have received a oar .load
- of potatoes for seed, and we noticed the
other 'day.-tbat a number of their wagons
,- were being loaded with grain for the.
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. The grain market has been unusally
.ac'tiye. during the last week. We see
'load after load of wheat, oata and corn
''looming' in-daily. Those grains are now
bommtuiding-agaod round price.
It is well known that tbe Grargers of
Biitler county, have organized a joint
stock cJrupany for tbe purchase of farm
implements.-. We are reliably informed
tbat.-they recently purchased a car load
of plow; 'and that they cost .them $1
'apiece .more than a superior plow wonld
- have cost them at Columbus. At that
rate there is nothing gained, because,
besides' tbe difference in price, a man
' can come to town and make his selection
from a large variety. The Grangers
stock company should be more careful
in -their purchases,, or they will not be
regarded asgood middlemen.
steal Estate Tnuufen.
Becher, Hockenberger & Chambers
.'real .estate agents, report-the following
real estate .transfers filed for record in
thejoffiqe of the county clerk duJing.the
-week ending April 18, 1908.
Jf'E McKillip to Grace L Muetiog. lots
11 an'd'12 blk 4. Federson'a addition to
-" Humphrey, wd.I $ 790 00
Cth Edwards to Martin Altera et al, w2
awl M-3w,".wd, 5200 00
'V.il Grnenther to Ja8-E".Maber, lots 7
.and'rt bll?27.- lMatte Center, rer deed.. 680 00
John Koeppe. pV, to JoliQ Koeppe, Jr. ae
4-C0Jw'. wd..., 10000 00
'Vni.Inge totVmM Mason, ttu ne 11-
17-lw.wd."...... J080 00
Frrd Boettcher to 'va Boetteher. lot 7
blk 196. Coloubus. ....' 1 00
E HoUtcn, Kuurdlaa, to B E Asche, bit
".4-W-lw. wd MWOOO
L F Gottsclmlk to H F J Hockenbsrger.
. part ne 1M7-Ie, wd
H F-J .HncKenberKer to Tbe Public,
Hockenberger'H add to I'olambua. plat
0"r.Kvt)8tctV Kindall, lot 6 blk
l.-Krafttf uild to Ctiluoilins
Anton Simon to Frank Harerland, wsw
..rolm W Blake to .las K Bruce, all
Farp Far Ile.
' The Kerr estate, se 1-4 1-184) west, six
miles due north of Monroe. Call on or
.address Mrs. 0. B. Watts, Monroe, Neb.
. Let'Coniptoii figure on your
pi ii railing and heating. 720
West Thirleentfc street.
Now. that, spring is on
the way, would it .not be
a good idea to ' think
. about repaperinir the
rooms? Our line of wall
paper has never been
surpassed, either in qual
ity, pattern or price,;
and all who have had-
. work done by us have
been well satisfied.
:' Ooonty Aaseaaor Clark baa bean-busy,
the- Hia t-.week- with the aobedales sub
mitted.by tba.'rajlroads.-' As he has it
Igared out, -the Northwestern has sab.
mitted the' highest, schedule, the Bur
lington next and the Umos Pacific the
lowest 'schedule. Ii point of amomit of
property the Union Pacific comes first,
r tbe Northwestern' second and the Bur
lington third. -.Under 'the terminal tuXVI
atton law tbe roads are submitting a
schedule in conformity. with it, -making
a showing of the number of side.tracks,
buildings' -and depbt grounija. Asfach
schedule has to be made out in dupli
cate, it is quite a job.
Bids for-plastering' the .new Young
Men's 'Christian association building
were opened by the committee this week
and the contract will lie awarded so that
work can be commenced by May 1.'
Duriqg tbe winter, with tbe exception of
few weeks., th work of placing, the
partitions, plumbiag, -."etc., has been'
going-steadily od, and the letting of tba
contract for plastering means that tbe
building is'well on the road to comple
tion. Those having' the work in charge
hope to hare the building ready, for
occupancy by the' first or middle of
August, when it will, be turned over to
The insurance companies have settled
with the Fitzpatrick estate for the. loss
on their building resulting from the. tire
of last Wednesday morning. Appraisers
put the damage at $300, which was paid.
On" the Condon &. Walkei stock but one
insurance company has settled so far.
tbe amount being $252. Other insur
ance to the amount of $2,700 cvas carried
on tbe stock and other companies will
pay their prorata. The fixtures, 'which
were covered by this insurance, were
practically uninjured, arid this will re
duce the amount the. insurance com
panies, will be required to settle, for..
During tbe last year there have' been,
numerous complaints made regarding
the manner in' which Columbus -pool
halls were run, and this yea , when the
licenses :were granted, Mayor Phillips,
issued a circular letter to the proprietors
of the various balls calling their atten
tion to this faot, and pointing out the
sections of the ordinances that, were
betfti? violated. The complaints have
been in regard to itermitting minors in
the hall and, gambling, and the mayor
says that the ordinances in this respect
are going to be enforced, the ooinine
year. " ,-". - ..-
Thursday morning Samuel Grover and
Win. Severn bad their preliminary hear
ing before Judge Rutterman, being
charged with stealing four hogs from a
Union Pacific stookr car Tuesday eve
ning. Wednesday morning they sold
the hogs to J. J. Burke, receiving $54.
for them. 8evern gave as their reason
for selling the hogs that they could not
afford to feed them high priced corn.
They were bound over to tbe district
court, their bonds being placed at $500
each, which were furnished.
W. 0 Ross and John T. Burke of tbe
Columbns, Light, Heat and Power Co..
returned tbe first of tbe week from
Chicago, where they purchased tbe
machinary for the new plant. They were
in the Windy oity about ten days and
put in their time looking over tbe differ
ent machinery needed. Their order will
be shipped August 1, this year, and by
that time they will have their location
and the new power station built.-
The time for the weekly band concerts
by tbe City Band will soon be here, and
this week the boys are circulating a
subscription paper to secure contribu
tions from tbe merchants and business
men. These Wednesday evening con
certs are always enjoyed and looked for
ward to by Columbus people, and tbe
modest request of tbe boys for encour
agement will no doubt receive a prompt
and generous response.
On March 7 a civil service examination
was held in this city for substitute
carrier and clerk, and this week Post
master Kramer was notified that O. A.
Welch was successful in passing tbe ex
amination for substitute carrier and Mies
Ethel Elliott pasted the required
aminalion forthepostoffice clerk.
George Whollas, aged 87 years, and a
resident of Schuyler for the last thirty
fire years, died at the hospital Tuesday
morning. Tbe deceased came lo the
hospital last November and bas been an
inmate there sine. Tba remains will
be shipped to Schuyler where the funeral
will be held -the same day.
Mr. and Mis. Charles Compton and
children of St. Joe, Mo., were here from
Thursday until Monday tbe guests of
their son. Blair Compton. Mr. Comp
ton has been located at St Joe for tbe
last eleven yearn and now has a fast
freight run on the Burlington between
St. Joe and, Kaaaaa City.
TbeGraad Istaad JDisiricVEp worth
on Ja Staad 94, 1908. Plana are
bciagaUrtodto make this convention
cerfthWrtTef laettia the district
a kitfcrgdtkt the loeel adapter of
tkw plam lai new to sari several dele-
Tke townef- Moaroe it sjaiajftio in
stall a water weeks ayaUaa dada the
H mat year. AsaMtiag of the oitizeos
of that plaaa was sisTd taat Thanday eve
aiag and tba Tillage boardlaatracted to
eall a psaisl slsrtiou far tba parpoaeof
try 4h Victoria cigar. . "
' .Wall paper at LeavyV".
Ito Pard and Matiw, Deatista.' :
..DriLueacbOwrmlistandaarist,. ' -
Use Sole-Proof Tor floors.' Leavy's. '
' Dr Vallier, Osteopath. Barber bloc. -
Dry stove wood for sale. J. W. Mylst.
Dr. W. H. Slator. veteriaariaa; phone
-People who get results advertise'' in the
Dr. C. A.' 'Allejibarger, oflca in new
State Bank building. ,-
Wanted Girl for general housework.
Mrs.F. K. 8trother. ". -
Turn out and, help awell the crowd at
tbe'firemens laaak ball Saturday evaciiag.'
A nice Baa of wedding rings jaat re
ceived at . Oarl Froemers,. Eleventh
Mrs. J. B. Garter of .Norfolk, Neb , is
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. -L.
Platb, this week.
Engine Company No. 1, will.have their
second annual mask ball oh Satarday
evening, April 25. . .
Six of tbe best farms in .Nance county
Sot sale on.easy:terms. -Address Rose A
Lamb,- Genoa, Nebr.
Found An embroidered' ladie's. waist.
Call on Mrs. Wo. Terrell,- .Seventeenth
and Quincy, and Identify. '
OnThHrsiarFriilay and Sat-,
unlay there will be a skirt waist
sitle at Fitzpatrick'.
Bev. and MreGrauenborat, living
northeast of the city on' Shell creek', are
the prond parents' of a boy baby, born to
them on Monday.
For Sale Harness shop .doing good
business; also shoes repair shop in con
nection. Oall.on or address Peter Mun-
te'r, Monroe, Neb;
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Last Friday Deputy 8heriff Jarwoski
took Sam MoDufile and. the-demented
man who escaped from Norfolk, .to the'
asyhim at that place. .
Mrs. Carl Folk, a patient at St. Mary's
hospital .the past four weeks has so far
recovered that she will be able to leave
that institution on Friday.
The first April shower last week tneee
o,red .88, .inches and thatof Taeeday
evening .05 laohea, making a total for
the last week of .93 inches;.
A. B. Miller of. Fallerton, a former
Columbus boy, was in the city Tuesday,
enroute to Fremont to attend the bank.
era'.conve'ntion at that place.
610 acres choice pasture and meadow
land seven miles from Genoa, price $11
per acre. Easy terms. Must be sold in
30 days. Rose '& Lamb, Genoa) Nebr.
Condon & Walker have decided to dis
continue their store in Columbus and.
will store their stock until they can find
a suitable location in some other town.
Mrs. M. J. Kelley will arrive from
Chicago Thursday and remain tbe guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kram
er, while her husband travels in Ne
braska. Wednesday morning Referee August
Wagner received the papers in the
MoKillip bankruptcy case, and a hear
ing will be held the last of this, week or
tbe first of next.
Mrs. August Mere left for Denver
Thursday evening last where she wi!
join ber husbund, he' having gone ther
two weeks ago. They may decide ti
locate there permanently.
R. S. Palmer the tailor, clean, die
and repairs. Ladies and Gents' clothing
Ilats cleaned, and rehlocked. Button
made to order. Agent Germania Dy
Works. Nebraska Phone.
Max Gottberg expects to have hit
automobile garage ready in about thret
weeks. At the rate the new machine
are being brought to Columbus he will
have all that he can take care of.
Charley Hudson left here Monday
evening for Seattle, Washington, where
he will join his family, tbey having been
there for two weeks. They expect to J
make their future home in that oity.
Miss Verna Beecroft of Omaha hag
been in -the city several days visiting
with friends and relatives. 8he ia on
her way home from a visit with her sis
ter. Mrs. Alvin Brodfuehrer, at Mitchell,'
Miss Anna Boettcher returned Monday
from a ten days' -visit at Graad Island
with relatives. She has recovered from
the effects of an operation and is' again
filling her position in the dry goods de
partment of the Gray Mercantile Co.
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i Fountain Peri I
.'We have too many brands--of
Fountain Peus and.u'auf .
'to close out' some, of them
- at half price and leas riot
that the. pen's are not as
good as any '.other, ia fact
we want you. to try them.
. -for a week and if you don't
: find the quality as-good as
any, the price at' half, then
ypu may bring: back the.
pen. The H. & A. special
$4.00 pea at.. . . . . .$1.00
' Standard &eIf-filfiog $2,50, '
.$3.50, and ..$4.00 .: pens
at . . $1.50, 1.75, $2
Several, other standard
makes. . Cbrae'in and try.
them voq; can. not lose
. J. IKWOIIER.
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Lee's Stock Food at Leavy's. .
Dr. Naumana. Dentist 19 St.-
..G. B. Prieb, -.painting and'
First-class printing done at the Jour
' Drs. Carstenson' & Hyland, Veterinar
ians. Both pbones.212.'
Dr. D. T. Martyn. jr., office new Oolum.
bus State Bank building.
McCall patterns 10 and 15 cents at the
Fitzpatrick Dry Goods Store.
Watches, docks and jewelry carefully
cleaned and repaired at Carl Froemers,
Eleventh street jeweler.
Let Cemptou figure on your
Janbiiig and ' heating. '720
West Thirteenth street.
Qur route is the
north side in the
morning and south
side' in the evening
Phone us your or
ders and they will
receive our prompt
attention : : : : :
Ice Cream Soda 5c
George Siebler of Platte Center was in
Columbus today and a pleasant caller at
Great redaction on shirt
waists Tharsday, Friday and
Satarday at Fitzpatrick'?.
Fred Hollenbeck and. daughter Helen
vent to Omaha Sunday and will accom
pany Mrs. H. home, who has been visit
ing friends there for several days,
Mike Hagel came up from Lincoln l6t
Saturday night to spend Easter Sunday
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Hagel. He returned home Tuesday.
Thursday evening there will be a bow
ling match at the Hagel alleys between
Belgrade and Columbus. The Columbus
team will be composed of NicholeSaw
yer, Ed. Kavanaugb, Plageman and D.
The plat for Hockcnberger's addition
toColumbmvthe new addition to Colum
bus, was filed last Saturday. It is lo
cated on Fifteenth street and Washing
ton avenue, and comprises about four
blocks in a desirable section for resi
dences. Last Sunday morning Clyde Ward,
the Thurston barber, left for Omaha,
telling G. Davidson, who was working
for him, that he would return Monday
evening. On Tuesday Mr. Davidson re
ceived a letter from him stating that he
had gone to Seatt!erand for Davidson to
look after the shop.. Mr. Ward did not
mention that be would return, his letter
A good boggy and harneas
i a pleasure. Weaiethe
agents for tba geciuae
Um best on the market as
well as bmbt other makes
Cltaa Up lit City.
The following proclamation has been
issued by the 'mayor, and should be
observed by every citizen of 'Columbns:
Again do' we ask the citizens of Colum
bia, iq. the interest of good health and
improved. general, appearance, to join
with the city authorities in a systematic
effort to clean tip the streets and .alles
of our oity. Columbus' is becormog
noted for its.many beautiful yards and
well kept lawns, and' the activity mani
fest this season, is evidence ofjinureased
interest in this -direction. Let 'us -not
mar their beautiful effects by suffering
unclean surroundings. To the end that
we may have concerted action, I designate
.Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.and Satur.
day -of this week -as. clean-up days
Homeowners, inspect .your alleys, and
grounds, and if either contains, an un
sightly ash-pile, manure pile, an array
of tin-' cans or other refuse' matter, cause
the same'to be removed at -once. Burn
orremQve all trimmings -.from trees or
shrubs should any snob occupy a place
is the street or. alley adjoining your pre
mises. . In fact let us. devote these days
to a thorough house cleaning. Bespeot
fully, G. W. PhiUifs, Mayor:
Oar Polk Coaaty Friaadt.
County Superintendent, Miss Lillie
M. Cole brs had as her guest Miss Anna
Christianson of Aurora.
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Ennis bas been ia
the Sanitarium at . Lincoln for several
weeks on account of rheumatism.
The Osceola High school base ball
team went down to-Rising and defeated
the Rising team to tbe tune of 25 to 10.
Mrs. Laura M. Vandervilt of Shelby
went over to Columbus the fore part of
last week to cousolt with Judge Saun
ders, in relation topension matters.
Mr. and Mrs. C S. Potter, old Osceo
lailes, have done some traveling in their
day, but they are about to quit it and
settle down to business on a farm at
The people over 'in Clear Creek pre
cinct bad made 'great preparations for
the celebrating of Easter, but on account
of tbe illness of some of those who "were
to take the most prominent parts, in
the urogram, it was pot off until next
Tbe borne talent play put on tbe
boards' by .Mr. Isreal, at the auditorium
.was a success,. tbe reciepts amounting to
jDrer$lQ0 and now the Osceola band have
secured the services' of Mr. IsreaI,to pnt
on a play for them, and so they will try
their luck, among Osceola fun lovers.
The family of V. E. Pat-shall of Ridge
way, Penn , are on their way to Los
Angeles, California. There are a num
ber of families here they wanted to see,
bo tbeybave stopped over to visit the
Welch and Webster families and will
also spend some time with their friend.
C. b Brazee.
loute le. 3.
Ed Boe returned Friday from Omaha,
where he has been at a medical institute.
The Misses Mary Newman and Julia
Fox visited at the home of Peter Schmitt
Mr. and Mrs. Madura of Humphrey
and Miss Clara Bryl were guesta at the
home of Frank Bonk Sunday.
The home of John Brunken, sr., was
quarantined for small pox Tuesday, bis
son Emil being down with a mild attack.
Tbe Bachelor girls of Shell Creek made
ronother call on Joe Weinalt Saturday
evening. Joe was laying in a supply of
bon bona Saturday afiernoon, and gave
tbem a hearty invitation to call again.
A number of friends . of D. Brunken
called 'on him Sunday to extend Easter
greetings, among whom were Herman
Klouver and family. Will and Emil
Krnmland, Dick Aullman and Miss
kerne Ho. 1.
Henry Buss was on the market
Monday with a car of fat bos.
Louis Wurdemin made bis regular
Sunday evening visit to the Shell creek
John Claus, of Leigb, visited Sunday
afternoon and evening at Arnold
The stork visited the' borne of Rev.
Granenhorst last Monday night and left
a 12 pound son.
Emil Krumland, of Leigh, was"-a
pleasant caller at the Henry LuscLen
home last Sunday.
Edwin and Lawrence Loseke have
changed their place of instruction from
district No. 10 to the German school on
Frank Adamy has raised his house and
put in place new brick foundation.
He bas also made other improvements
at bis farm.'
. Rev. D. W. Reinhart, pastor. Sunday
schoorlQa. an ; preaching; by tbe pastor
11 a.m. and 8 p. m.; Bible class Tues
day 8 p. in ; prayer meeting Thursday 8
p. m. Subject Sunday 'morning, "Per
sonality and Deity of tbe Holy Spirit";
sabject Sunday evening, '.'Behold thou
shalt see it with thine eyes, but shall
not eat thereof."
. Grace Ckurck
Owing to the absence of Dr. Weatcott
there will be no services at the .Grace
church next Sanday. April 36th. Tbe
Holy communion wlU be celebrated oa
Tuesday atoraisg. April 26, 10 a. as.
' 'Mtalcal.. . .
The choir of the Grace church will
give a'muaioal at the home of Mr. and
Mr.-.H. B. Robinson on Wednesday
evening April 29; -1908' at which the
following program will be rendered:
Solo. . .. . . t Miss Clara Segelke
Solo :...... .... Mrs. E. H. Chambers
Violin Solo. Miss Elsa Pobl
Solo. !..-. .....; Mrs. Leo Gietzeo
Piano - . . -v .Mr. H.- B. Robinson
Solo.. -...Mr. Pred Ssffran
Solo . Mrs. C.D.Evans
Reading:. ....... Mi-ss Florence Kramer
Quartette Mrs. Chambers. Mrs. Evans,
Mr. Swain and Mr. Saffron.
Editor.Henry Wilekena and Otto Kin
der of the-Biene were- at Norfolk last
Friday and Saturday and' closed a. deal
for the purchase or the Anzeie'r, the
German paper- 'there, and will consoli
date it with the Biehe.
Mrs. Jerry Carrig left .for Geneva last
Friday to attend a bouse party given by
the' Misses McMahon. Before returning
home she will visit at Beaver Crossing,
David' City and Lincoln, and will be ab
sent about three weeks.
Thursday of this --week the Karr
Nichols brick, yard will commence mak
ing brick for the season of 1908. They
have been installing a new $3,000 kiln,
and should it prove satisfactory, others
will be installed. The prospects are
that home business will consume their
entireoutput this year, whioh indicates
that there will be considerable building
in Columbus this year.
At the next term of district court the
libel suit filed' by Dr. J. H. Lowery of
Leigh against Dr. J. H. Alger of that
place will be tried. This case was filed
in county court last week, and the- de
fendant was in Judge Ratterman's court
Thursday and nis personal recognizance
for $500 was accepted.. The case prom
ises to be a sensational one and. accord
ing to the charges filed will involve Dr.
J. C. MoKinley, formerly of Leigh.
The work on the road between the
Loup river bridge to about forty rods
south of Barnum creek, which bas .been
done under tbe direction of Supervisors
Sohwatz and Brady, will be completed
this week. Dirt bas been hauled and
put on tbe road and this completed
stretch finishes up all tbe bad road be.
tween the Loup and tbe Platte,, so.tbat
farmers from Polk county have a good
road all the way from tbe Platte bridge
The Board of Managers of the Nebraska-State
Fair have ordered plans
for an Auditorium to seat 4,500 people.
This building is to be erected west of
the Administration building on tbe sida
hill, where a natural amphitheater is
obtained. This building will make a
splendid place for Liberati's Grand Mili
tary Band and Concert Company of 60
people, 18 of whom are Grand Opera
Singers and Soloists, who render Stabat
Mater and other grand operas. Nation
al speakers can also be used here to ad
vantage and we are pleased to see tbe
management are using their money for
such buildings for the people's comfort.
loate Mo. 4.
P.J. Gleasou lost a valuable cow
Mr. and Mrs. John Rosso of Spalding
were guests on tbe route Sunday.
Mr. and Mis. Cbas. Payne of Belgrade
were visiting with the family of John
richarff last week.
uainty orange service.
With a sharp knife pare the orange
just as you would an apple, being
careful to take all the white lining of
the skin from the pulp. Now place
your sharp knife on the left side of
one of the little divisions of the or
ange and lift out the pulp, which. If
carefully done, will come out in one
piece, and continue the process until
all the pulp has been lifted out from
each natural division. This frees the
pulp from all the fibrous matter of
the orange. Sprinkle sugar upon the
pulp and let it stand for an hour be
Soak one ounce dried hoarhound in a
pint of boiling water for an hour. Strain,
and to every cup of the liquid add a
pound of sugar. Boil until it spins a
brittle thread when tested, then pour
on to buttered sheets of tin. When
nearly cold work into inch squares,
and when quite cold break Into sepa
rate' candies. If too bitter to suit the
taste reduce the amount of hoar
hound. Quickly Frozen Ice Cream.
By accident we discovered a way to
freeze ice cr.eam In almost "no time."
After the can has been filled and
packed with .fine ice and salt pour in
cold water until it runs out at the
drain in the side of the tub. Turn
the crank rapidly, and in five min
utes or less the cream will be per
fectly frozen' and a fine grain. House
keeper. To Clean Chased Silver.
To eight quarts of soft boiling wa
ter add one-half pound of. salsoda, stir
until dissolved. Into this mixture dip
the pieces of silver one by one, rinse
in clear warm water, and dry with
soft cloths. Polish with chamois. The
tarnish will disappear as like magic
and the silver look like new.
Scrub Gaa Steve.
Nothing is so difficult to cleanse as
a gas range. I have tried using a
assail, stiff scrubMaf brash with am
All sensible people are parting their
Cuts and winter wraps away U year
SJafely protected from moths with
M Cedar Rakes
because they are the atost leaable aai
Convenient to use and only need to
w w. in me iuius or me cwwiag,? i
. luuincn ana pucea ia aBreaa
Drawers, Trunks or Closets, or evea
..wrapped in paper, and your worry L
oer. Their increasing ubfrmarMr
to year with us has proved them te
be absolutely reliable and dependable.
. You will do the sensible thing by
-putting your goods away this year with
13c Ws. 2ka..2Se.
Pollock & Co..
The Druggist oa the Corner
lotto . S.
Farmere are all busy ia taeflalde.
Frank Kuenzli finished putting a new
tin roof bo hia house last week.
The school in district No. 4 closed
Friday with a picnic. Miss Bebe Bryan
ia the teacher in this district.
The grading between Barnaas creek
and the Loup river bridge was completed
Taeaday, ready to be smoothed np with
Ward Powell, a student of the State
university, was a visitor at the home of
H. L Olcott last week. Oa Tuesday the
Misses Ida Olcott and Hasselbaloh and
Mr. Powell visited Miss Katie Kiasaiaa.
Following is a list of unclaiaaed mail
atter remaining at the post office in
Columbus; Nebr., for tbe period ending
April '- 19U6: Letters-J EOhera-y,
Hugo Major, John Odden, Mrs Dora
Olson 3, Mrs Sarah Reynold. A L R-a-fro.
Otto Htaab. Fred Wynand, Harold
Watt. Cards Theodore Bias 2. Par
ties calling for any of tbe above will
please say advertised.
Cam, Kbamks,.P. M.
aTotice Te Famers.
We are now ready to place contracts
for sweet corn, while and yellow dent
and flint field corn, cucumber, musk and
water melon, pumpkin aud squash to le
grown for weed purposes. Write or- call
and see us for prioes, stating number of
acres of each kind ynn wish to grow, and
we will name prices promptly.
Wksterx Seed & Irrigation Co.
Morning subject, "Forgetting Een
tial to Progivss." Rev. W. J. Brieni of
Genoa will preach in tbe evening, at
which time quarterly meeting; will
Edward J. Uellbush, Orc&ton
Meta A. Janssen, Creston
Joseph Scbmitt, Humphrey 29
Mollis Gottler, Humphrey 21
We have a large stock of coal. Rook
Spring. Maitland, Zeigler, Trestoa,
Gem, Banner, Golden Ash, and Monarch '
in lump and nut. Also Penna. bard!
coal in all sizes. Nkwmas A. Wislch.
We have tbe agency for the
famous Mousing Underwear, the
best popular priced TJaion Saita
on the market. Prices ia men's
from $150 to $4.50. Prises in
boys' from 50c, 75c, $1 and $125.
In two piece garments we have
a splenaid line ready for your in
spection and ranging in price
from 50c to $2 50 a garment. Bay
'early while tha sizes are i
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