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Consolidated with the Colnmhus Timei ApHl 1, 1904; with the Platte County Argus January 1, 1906.
THIRTY-NINTH YEAR. NUMBER 34.
COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1908.
WHOLE NUMBER 1,932.
Anyone desiring to
take stock in the
CilMbis UiJ, Uai
ill Biiliiftg Assicittiii
can still secure shares
Savings from 20o to $10 per
rnurn unnveiiDCOCCD f. T
: CHAMBERS J
Hogs, top 85 00 to $5 25
There are a few dwelling houses for
rent on the list with Becher, Hocken
berger & Chambers, including one fur
Mrs.fi. I. Murdock returned Tburs
day evening from Missouri, where she
has been visiting relatives for the last
Clarence Pittman left last Friday for
Wichita, Kas., where he will remain a
month, and may remain permanently
should he find employment that suits
Seth Brann has disposed of his busi
ness to Wm. Schultz of Humphrey and
the new proprietor will take charge after
the first of the year. Seth will devote
his entire time to railroading, as he has
been firing on the Union Pacific for the
last eighteen months.
Those who attended the celebration of
the Fortieth anniversary of the establish
ing a Knights of Pythias lodge in Omi
ha. this week were Hugo Schadd, P. J.
McCaffrey, L. F. Gottschald and Carl
Kramer, from this city. Besides the ex
ercises is connection with the anniversary
was present and conferred the degrees
on five hundred candidates.
The Metropolitan stock company will
be at the North Theatre for one week
commencing Monday evening Nov. 30.
In a high class of repertoire performance.
Change of programe every night. "Stage
Hands," the male quaretette is alone
worth the price of admission and it
pleases everybody. The performance is
an hour and fifteen minutes of solid
laugther and music, and will be run
with the regular picture show making
epch show last an hour and forty-five
minutes. Prices children 10 cents, and
adults 20 cents.
On Tuesday, at 10:30 a. m., at the
home of bride's parenst, Mr. and C. F.
Elie, their daughter, Gertrude was
united in marriage to Alvin G. Luesob
en, Bev. T. J. Collar, rector of the Epis
copal church of Schuyler performing
the ceremony. The beautiful ring ser
vice was used, and the couple were at
tended by the Misses May Ratterman
and Elise Jaeggi as bridesmaids and the
groomsmen were Fred Elias, brother of
the bride, and Henry Lueechen, brother
of the groom. The home was prettily
decorated with carnations, chrysan
thams, roses and ferns, and the wedding
march was played by Prof. Sike. After
the ceremony a twelve o'clock dinner was
served. Only a few immediate friends
and relatives were present, those from
out of town being Mrs. O. W. Meed of
Kansas City, Mo., Dr. H. J. Arnold of
National City, CaL, Mrs. Gerberof Los
Angeles. CaL, Fred Elias of Council
Bluffs, la the Misses Belle and Anna
Litgen of David City, and the Misses
8tella and Mabel Morrow of Omaha.
Mr. and Luesohen expect to leave about
December 1 for Los Angeles. Cal.. where
they will make their future home.
We have on hand a train load
of all the best grades of coal on
the market, aad can give you any
kiad you want. Give us a trial
order and get one of our E. Z. Dust
L. W. WMVER & SON
Harness aR Goal
Bo A Phones No. 74
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! After eight weeks of suffering from
! rheumatism and nervous trouble ending
with pnenmonia, John G. Becher pasetd
away at his home last Thursday after
noon at four o'clock. Two months ago
be went to his home from the office com
plaining that he was not fseling well,
and from that time on be was unable to
leave the boase, and was out of his bed
but a few times. With him when he died
was bis wife and children and his broth
er, W. S. Becher of Omaha. The death
of Mr. Becher removes a man prominent
in democratic political circles, and one
who has held both county and city offi
ces, being treasurer of the county two
terms and mayor of the city for the year
1003. Besides this be was deputy coun
ty treasurer under H. S. Elliott and al
so held other positions at the court
houte. For the last three years Mr.
Becher has been the junior member of
tlie firm of Elliott, 8peice k Co., and
since the organization of the Equitable
Building and loan association has been
secretary of that institution, and to his
efforts are due the present condition of
the association. Mr. Becher was a man
who made friends and kept them, and
was universally liked by all. He was a
member of the Orpheus, which he as
sisted in organizing, an honorary mem
ber of the Bissell Hose company of the
city fire department. He was also a
member of the Knights of Pythias,
Woodmen of (the World, Sons of Herman
Modern Woidmen, A. O. U. W., Modern
Brotherhood of America and Royal High
landers. John G. Becher was born in
this city February 5. 1863, being the eld
est son of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Becher,
both deceased. Mr. Becher' s father was
the first Union Pacifio agent in Colum
bus and later served as county clerk. On
November 6, 1888, he was married to Miss
Susan Wake, who with eight ohildrea,
survives him. The children are Frank.
Charles, Marguerite, Estella, Henry,
Lester, and Catherine Becher, and Mrs.
Lottie Kife. A brother, W. 8. Becher,
and two sisters, Mia. Anna Richards and
Estella Becher, are the other surviving
relatives. The funeral was held from
the family home at 2 o'clock Sunday and
was conducted by Rev. Roush of the
Methodist churoh, the music being by
the choir of Grace church. The City Band,
of whioh Mr. Becher, was a former mem
ber, headed the procession to the ceme
tery, where the services were conducted
by Rev. Roush. The large concouse of
people who attended the services,' both
at the bome-andUba cemetery, was a fit--1
ung tcauiuuauu i uw OBarmu niw www
he was held by all.
The Corn show at the Fireman's hall
last Saturday afternoon brought out
twenty-two entries. C. B. Pugsley of the
atate experiment farm at Lincoln, was
to have judged the exhibits, but owing to
a previous engagement, could not be
here. In his absence three local judges,
Albert Stenger, D. A. Becher and O. O.
Gray, were elected, and they awarded
the prizes as follows: Yellow corn
First prize, Ed Loseke; second prize, D.
G. Bartels; third prize, John Grossniok
laus. White corn First prize, Fred
Mueller; second prize, M. A. Rice; third
prize, Carl Mueller. Calico corn First
prize, Pella Rice; second prize, W. F.
Dodde; third prize, Simon Iossi. In the
evening Mr. Pugsley passed through the
city and he was asked to address a
meeting on corn culture, and as the
judges did not consider themselves ex
perts in corn judging, he was asked to
review their awards. Redid so, and in
each case agreed with the decision of
the local judges. As there were some
very nice specimens on exhibition, it
was decided to make up an exhibit for
National corn show at Omaha next mon
th, and there is a prospect that Platte
county may carry off some of the honors.
Mr. George Godel, formerly of Scrib
ner. bat who is now moving on the Fred'
Stenger farm two miles southeast of the
city, met with a painful accident Friday
afternoon. The team which he was
driving was very fractions and became
frightened at a mattress, which had fall
en from the load of household furniture
that be had been unloading, and became
unmanageable and ran away, running
into a telephone pole near M.C. Heating's
residence on East Eleventh street. Mr.
Godel was thrown from the wagon and
severely injured. He was immediately
taken to the Keating home, where medi
cal aid was summoned and later in- the
day was removed to St Mary's hospital,
where. he is suffering a broken collar
bone, and is also badly braised about the
head and shoulders. Many witnessed
the accident and say that Mr. Godel is
very fortunate in not losing his life as it
waya very wicked runaway. Mr.Godel's
family will arrive in the city soon.
Forty years ago the first Y. M. O. A.
meeting ever held in this city was con
ducted by Robert Weidensall, at that
time the first general 'secretary of the
Y. M. C. A. Today Mr. Weidensall is
the secretary of the International Young
Men's Christian associations of New
York city, and in reaching that position
hss traveled over world in the work,
and has the honor of being the oldest
secretary in America. The local secre
tary issued an inviatation to Mr. Weid
ensall to take part in the opening of the
new building, and in accepting it he
mentioned the fact of his holding a meet
ing in this city forty years ago, aad said
hewoald be more than pleased to be
hers, saying that he had never besaia
Columbus since that time.
Toilet Sets at Leavy's. :- "
Drs. Paul aad Matzea, Dentists.
Fur mitts at cost at F. H. Raache'a.
Dr. Vallisr, Oat path. Bsf bar laws.
Dr. W. H. Slater, veterinarian, phoae
Deering corn picker and hunker. L.
Crushed rock salt for bides, aacLfor
stock. Columbus Hide Co.
I am prepared to do typewriting.
Both Phones 34.-43eorge Fairebild.
Frank Lachnit has gone to Humph
rey, where he will visit for three weeks.
Miss Lizzie Green of Genoa, was the
gaeat of iliss Hsxel From several days
For rent at once, the Henry
Wilcktas honse. Modern.. Call
at Bieae oflce.
Mia. H. Hockenberger went to Omaha
last Wednesday, where she visited re
latives a few days.
Mrs. L O. Yoss went to Horton, Kan
sas, Saturday, where she was called to
attend the funeral of a relative.
The Misses Mary and Belle Newman
have returned from Omaha, where they
spent several days with relatives.
Mrs. F. S. Lecron and children have
gone to Gibbon, Nebraska, where they
will visit relatives for several weeks.
Mrs. John Umland, accompanied by
her two eons, Clarence and Wilkins, were
the guests of Omaha relatives several
days last week.
Mrs. John Putman. jr., and two child
ren have gone to Lincoln to visit with
Mr. Putman' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Smoke Victoria, five cent cigar, and
White Seal, ten cent cigar, both Colum
bus made goods. They are the best
brands offered in this city.
Mrs. Roy E. Pierce of Omaha, was the
guest of Columbus relatives syveral days
last week. Mia. Pierce will be remem
bered as Miss Gus Gregorius.
Dr. F. H. Morrow, physieaa aad sur
geon, office in the new Luesoheu build
ing, one block north of the U. P. depot.
Phones Ind. No. 12, Bell No. red li.
Miss Eula Rickly formerly of Colum
bus, but now of Ceancjt Bluffs. Iowa,
the funeral of her uncle, I- G.Bsoher
Mia. F..N- Stevenson was hostess at a
three o'clock luncheon last Wednesday
afternoon. Fifteen ladies were present
and a very pleasant time was enjoyed.
If Melvin Nelson reads this, ha should
write to his father, A. T. Nelson, Ellis,
Nebraska, at ones as he is is a serioas
condition through grieving for his boy.
The Misses Agnes and Fannie Gee.
who were here to attend the funeral of
John G., Becher last 8unday returned to
their home at Albion Monday afternoon.
Will Becher and Oliver Richards who
have been here for the last week during
the illness snd death of the late John G.
Beeher, returned to their home at Oma
Editor Howard of the Telegram, has
returned from Enid, Olkahoma. where
he has been for the past few days. He
was much pleased with the country and
reports a delightful trip.
The supper given by the Congregation
al ladies in the parlors of the Methodist
churoh last Wednesday evening was well
attended, and It is suffioe to say that the
ladies cleared a neat sum of money.
Mrs. Ida Fosket, who has been in charge
of the Racket store on Olive street,
which was formerly owned by Mr. and
;Mrs..Ohas. Busebman, has gone to Dee
Moines, Iowa, for a short visit with re
latives. Miss Martha King has gone to Omaha
where she will visit relatives for several
weeks. She was accompanied by Mr.
and Mm. Heshner, who have been visit
ing friends in the city for the past aw
Mrs. Gas Blassr, having been the guest
of Columbus relatives for the past week,
returned to her home ia Omaha Satur
day afternoon. 8bewss accompanied by
Mm. Jacob Glur, who will visit in that
city for a week.
Mr. and Mm. Harry Lohr have return
ed to their home in Grand Island. They
were called to the city several days ago
on account of the serious illnes of the
foraer's mother, Mrs. Catherine Lohr,
who is slowly improving.
" "Oh, mamma! mamma! I've found
out something." Go on and feed the
duckies, daughter; but what ia it you
have found out?" "I've found oat why
your neighbor's Lizzie bakes such good
bread. She uses Peter Schmitt's flour.
"T" of the CwUaiwis Lau,
Loam k Baililis. AfltwtiatitM
fcegiu Not. 6, 1906. Mem are
mot aft to iT too naea. Bet
ter take stock' bow. H. Hock
Mrs. Otto Kusraer and two daughters.
8tella and Helen, want to Platte Center
Friday, when they visited at the home
of Mr. and Mm. Gaarga Seheidel until
Sunday eveaiag . Mr. Kaauasr drove to
Platte Center Saaday aad sceosaaaaisd
The Beat Little Comedy
you ever saw.
This is not a common vaudeville
attraction, but a real, live musical
comedy with 8 people snd they
will make you laugh. So don't
It is 1:15 uunutes of mirth and
music aad is run in connection
with the picture show, making
over 1 hour and 46 minutes per
Hear the Male '' Quartette
that is worth the price .
Fint show stara at 7 JO Two shows each
Price-CUMn, 10c; Adult. 20c
Matinee Tlmaksgiving and Sat
urday at 3 p. m.
Matinee Prices 10c to evwyone
Drs. Martyn, Evans & Ireland.
Dr. D.T. Martya wrfdence phone. Bell 42, Ind.
42. Dr. G. O. Et&bs reeidesee phone. Bell, black
62. Ind. 210. Dr. G. A. Ireland iwidenco phone
Bell. 150. Ind. ISO. ;Office phone. Bell 1, Ind
19. Office west side of city park.
Dr. Neumann, Dentist 13 8k
Lee's Egg maker at Leavy's.
Fur mitts at cost at F. H. Rusche'a.
G. B. Prieb, painting and paper
People who get results advertise in the
Clover leaf manure spreader. Louis
Four room house for rent. Elliott,
Speice & Co.
For storage room, enquire of the
Columbus Hide Co.
Dr. C.A. Allenburger, office in new
SUte Bank building:
Drs. Carstenson &'Hyland, Veterinar
ians. Both phones 212.
Dr. D. T. Martyn. jr., offioe new Colum
bus State Bank building.
Miss Katie Perkinson of Platte Center
ia the guest of Misst Francis McTfggerV
this.weekr- ?" K''" "",CT
Mr. and Mrs. George Schledel were
the guest of Columbus friends Mondsy
It pays to sell your hides where you
can get the most money from them. See
Columbus Hide Co.
I have a quanity of aweet oider, which
I will sell cbesp. For further informa
tion inquire of A. C. Mahaffey.
Wanted Room and board with pri
vate family, by respectable young man.
Address X, care of the Journal.
Mr. J. G. Boeder entertained the mem
bers of the Reading circle and their hus
bands at a seven o'clock dinner Monday
Mrs. C. J. Carrig, who has been seri
ously ill for the past few days is im
proving. She is suffering from a seven;
attack of rheumatism.
Mrs. C. D. Evans entertained the
afternoon card olub Monday. The out
of town guests were Mrs. W. H. Winter
botham and daughter of David City.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kumpf entertained
the clerks of the Gray department store
last Thursday evening. A very enjoyable
evening was passed by those present.
The mother of ex-Governor W. A.
Poynter died st her home in Albion
Sunday last, sged eighty-three years.
The funeral took place Tuesday after
noon. Mrs. W. H. Winterbotham and daugh
ter of David City, are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. O. E. Pollock. They will re
main in the city until after Thanks
Mrs. Ivan Holmes and little son Bus-
eel, who have been the guests of Co
lumbus relatives for the past few days
returned to their home in Lincoln Tues
Now is the time to get
your Holiday Signs
Latest 1908 Fall Styles
Hubert Burruss. fWrmsrly editor of
the Argus, aad far tb last three years
located at S wee City, K, where he was
publisher of the HeraM,diat his home
last ThuMday attar a. lingerie illaess,
hie ailment rjeiag eaaoer of thsstosaaoh.
Prior to his cassias; to Columbus he was
connected with the World-Herold for a
aamber of years. Whim here Mr. Bur
rum took an active part in religions work
and a member of the Baalist churoh.
The Lincoln Journal has the following
to say regarding Mr. Burruss: .The
body of Hubert Burruss arrived in Lin
coln from 8wea City, la. yerternooa af
ternoon at 3:26 over the Bock Island
and was taken immediately to Wyuka
for burial. Mr. Dan am was forty yean
old and the son-in-law of J H. Elmore
of 1730 H street of - this city. At the
time of his death he was editor of the
8wea City Herald of 8 we City, la. For
several years Mr. Barruss was connect
ed with the editorial. department! the
The Thanksgiving service will be held
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the
Methodist church. A program has been
prepared whioh is as follows: Mr.
Brngger will speak on Thanksgiving
from the standpoint of an emigrant. Mr.
Erskine will speak on Thanksgiving
from the standpoint of practical expe
rience. Mr.' Stires will speak on Thanks
giving from the standpoint of citizen
ship, and Rev. Barkoess will present
Thanksgiving and its relation to the
christian church. Tbeohoir will furnish
appropriate music. Ton are cordially
invited to this union service of the
evangelical churches. By order of the
Ministerial Association. Samuel Hark
The marriage of Wm. Burton and Miss
Hazel Smith, both of this oity, was
solemnized Wednesday evening at the
Baptist parsonage, Rev. Reinhart officiat
ing. Tbe ceremony was wittnesed by
only a few friends of the contracting
parties. Tbelxide is the only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith, and has
for the psst several years made her home
in this city, and has until recently been
teaching school in the Gruetli neighbor
hood. The groom has resided in this
city for the past few months, and is at
present employed in tbe signal depart
ment of the Union Pacific railroad corn
company. Mr. and Mrs. Burton will re
side in Columbus.
John Krumaai. who works at James
Navels saloon, was the victim of an at
tempted holdup Tuesday morning. He
was on his way' home from work and
just as he was passing Kauffman's lum
ber yard, a hobo stepped in front of him
and demanded that be give him what
money he had. Krumnei called for help,
and just at that time No. 4 'pulled in,
and the fireman, hearing the call, thought
the engine had ran over some one, and
got down from the engine to see what
the trouble was. His sudden appearan
ance put the holdup man to flight and his
victim got off with nothing more than a
Tbe remains of John Fjtzpatrick, who
died in Cleveland, Thursday of last
weak, arrived here Monday morning, and
were taken to Platte Center and buried
in St. Joseph's cemetery. Mr. Fritzpat
rick waa one of the early settlers in Lost
Creek township. living about two miles
east of Oconee. He sold the place some
yean ago and has since made his home
in Cleveland. Besides a daughter, Mn.
Sarah Briddloy, he leaves two sons,
James who is a Union Pacific engineer
between North Platte and Sidney, and
Barney, who lives at Rawlins Wyo. All
three children were here to attend the
Mm. Otto Kummer was pleasantly
surprised Monday evening by a number
of neighbors and friends gathering at her
home to help this estimable lady cele
brate her forty-first birthday. The host
ess was presented with a beautiful dish
as a rememberance of the occasion.
Cards were played, Mrs. G. W. Viergutz
and Otto Kummer receiving the favors.
Refreshments wen 'served. The out of
town guests wen Mr. and Mrs. George
Seheidel of Platte Center.
Palmer's dry and steam cleaning works
does all kinds of cleaning, dyeing and
repairing of ladies' and gent's clothing.
We reline and alter ladies' coats and
jackets, put in new sleeve lining, velvet
collars and new buttons. We repair
worn skirts, put on new braid and waist
bands. We also dry dean ruga, curtains
and tapestry. Fun cleaned and relined.
We make buttons to order from your
own goods. 1218 Platte St. Both phones.
Mrs. Edward Clark, after an extended
trip through South and North Dakota,
Canada, and on to Portland, Oregon,
returned home Thursday last, coming by
way of Denver. After het stay in Can
ada about the finest sight she saw was
the Stan and Stripes, and when she
reached home declared that then was no
place she bad been that looked as good
to her sa Nebraska.
A crowd of friends, numbering about
twenty-five, gathered at the home of Mr.
aiid Mrs. S E. Williams.'oB EaatTwelfth
street, Monday evening and surprised
their oldest son, Harry, the occaasion be
ing his sixteenth birthday. At a lata
hour refreshments wen served and after
wishing the host aaany happy returns of
the day tke guests departed for their
Week of tke New Y. M-
C. A. Building
After days of preparation everything
ie.ia readiness for tbe opening week of
tbe new Young Mea's Christiaa aasosia
tioa bnildiag of this city, which bsgics
8unday, November 20 sad elossa Sun
day, December ft. This will be an event
long to be remembered, and every citi
zen of Columbus is expected to be' pres
ent at some of the exercises:
The following progarm will be given
by the .best local snd out of town talent:
SUNDAY, NOV. 29.
9:30 n. m. Men's praise service, leader
C. G. Hickok; leader of music, J. E.
Enkine; piano, Will Farrand.
MONDAY, NOV. 30.
7:30 p. m. Reception to the general
public The membera of the executive
committee of the provisional committee
assisted by their wives will receive.
Musio by the Maennerchor orchestra.
830 p. m. Program in the gymna
mum, chairman, state secretary of the
Y. M.G. A..J.P. Bailey.
8olo Miss Elizabeth Sheehan
Prayer Rev. Bl D. Harkness
Statement of the building committee
H. A. Clarke
Statement of treasurer. . .G. W. Phillips
Turning of the building over to the
trustees by the chairman of the
provisional com. . .H. Hockenbergtr
Acceptance for trustees G. A. Scott
Duet. .Mrs. Chambers, Mrs. C. D. Evans
Delivering the key snd equipment
to tbe board of directors
Acceptance for tlie board of direc-
ton by tne president. .C. C. Sheldon
Solo Mrs. Mark Rathburn
Address of the evening. . .R. Weidensall
Benediction Rev. W. L Dibble
TUESDAY, DEC. 1.
7:30 p.m. Reception to the contribu
tors, ministers, press, state committer,
state secretaries, association officen and
secretaries from neighboring cities, city
and county officials and teachers. Musio
by Orpheus orchestra.
8:30 p. m. Program in the gymnasium.
Chairman, G. W. Phillips.
Prayer Rev. Rinehart
Y. M. C. A. male quartett.
Solo Miss Maud Weeks
Ten minute speeches
J. D. Stires, C C.Sheldon
Tea mina to speeches.. r.v...-R ?.:' -tv
...... .Edgar Howard, Rev. Dibble
Violio solo .. r. . ,t J"
Ten minute speeches by association
men from outside tke city.
Solo Mrs. Milton Bower
Benediction v Rev. Roush
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2.
7-30 p. m. Music by the Maennerchor
8 p. m. Gymnasium exhibition by a
class from the Fnmont association nnder
physical director .Kearns.
THURSDAY, DEC. 3.
8 p.m. Union prayer meeting in tbe
gymnasium, leader, Rev. Roush.
FRIDAY, DEC. 4.
7 p. m. Banquet to business men,
served by tbe ladies from tbe various
Music Mandolin and guitar
Mr. Wilson and Mr. Way
Toastmsater M. D. Earr
Prayer Bev. Roush
Address "What tbe Association
Should mean to the young men
of Columbus" Louis Lightner
Address ''What the Association
Should mean to Ooiumbus"
Address "The social work of 'the
Association" B. C. Wade
Address "A Successful Business
Men's Association Club"
Address -"The Y. M. C. A"
SATURDAY, DEC. 5.
2 p. m. Boys' afternoon. Informal
program and a swim for every boy in
Columbus, between the ages of 10 and
7:30 p.m. General open house. Every
body invited to visit the building again
and make another inspection.
SUNDAY, DEC 6.
11 a. m. Association services in all
the churches speakers to be associa
4 p. m. Men's meeting in the gym
nasium, iieaaer, general secretary
Jones; leader of music, J. E. Erskine;
piano, Bev. Neumarker.
Y. M. a A. Qoer'ett.
Solo Miss Henderson.
Reading of Scripture. .Bishop Williams
Prayer Bev. Rinehart
Solo Miss Alexander
Benediction Bev. Hsrknees
7:30 p. m. Mass meeting in the opera
house. Leader, state secretary Bailey.
Men's chorus; Y. M. C. A. Quartett;
solo; address by Bishop Williams.
"School Days", The greatest musical
comedy hit on the road today, will be tbe
attraction at the North Theatre Thurs
day, Friday, aBd Saturday evenings of
this week. This is no common road at
traction but a musical comedy with eight
people and is tbe finest thing you ever
saw. Two. shows each eveaiag. First
show starts at 730-p sa. Special mati
nee both Thanksgiving aad Saturday af -
There is now no
need of allowing
- coughs to continue
f torn any excuse, as
relieves at once the moat
stubborn cough and quickly
cures sore throat, harshness,
difficult breathing and all in
flammation of the throat
and respiratory tract
POLLOCK & CO.
The Druggist oa the Comer
Holiday perfumes at Leavy's.
The post office will be closed tomorrow
Thanksgiving, the usual Sunday hours.
Apples, 75 ceats per aashel
while they last. II. F. Greiaer.
Mrs. Robert Wagner sr whohaabeea
ill for the past few moathB, is qai'le
low and little hope is entertained for her
Mrs.B. B. Ives of Canon, la. is a
guest at tbe home at the home of bar
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nay over
Your Thanksgiving dinner will not be
complete without some of Hsgela
delicious ice cream. He has just re
ceived a large shipment for the occa
sion, both in bulk and brick.
John Myem will leave soon for Ger
many, where be will make aa extended
visit. It has been many years since Mr.
Myera visited his nstive Isnd aad he will
no doubt have a pleasent trip.
The Misses Anna Boettcher Faaaia
Oieger, Maggie Seipp and Mamie Jen a ,
left Tuesday afternoon for Bellwoori
where tbey will be present for the' re
oepjtion given for, Mr. and MmHarrold
All the gentlemen singera of the eity
are requested to meet' at the Y. MVC A.
gymnasium next 8anday, November 29,
for the purpose of rehearsing for the
opening week of the new building.,
Y. M. C. A. music committee.
The pupils of the Sixth grade surpris
ed Miss Ileen McTaggert last Thursday
evening, the occaasion being her four
teenth birthday. Games and musio af
forded much pleasure for the evenings'
entertainment. Refreshments wen ser
The ten cent tea which was given by
the Ladies Guild of tbeReformed church
at the home of Mrs. C Bohdelast Friday
for the benefit ofTabitba Home nod
Hospital at Lincoln, was very well at
tended, and the ladies they cleat ed
Dr. 0. D. Evans, accompanied by bis
daughter. Miss Nell, have gone to Cul
ver, Indiana, where they will speed
Thanksgiving with North, who is attend
ing the military academy at that plaor.
The doctor will return Saturday, but
Miss Evans will stay for some time."
The Columbus high school have or
ganized a basket ball team and the fint
game 'this season will take place Than
day afternoon in the gymnasium room
of tbe High school building. Columbus
has challenged tbe Silver Creek" team
and a very interesting game is anticipat
ed. Mr. and Mn. C. C. Gray, amistsd by
Mr. snd Mn Wm. Cornelius entertained
the members of tbe Whist club Friday
evening. The favera were won by Mrs.
D. T. Martyn and Carl Kramer. Thurs
day evening, December 3, Dr. and Mrs.
D. T. Martyn and Mr. and Mra. Edgar
Howard will entertain the club at the
home of the former.
We have the agency for the'
famous Munsing Underwear, the
best popular priced Union Suits
on the market. Prices in men's
from $1.60 to S4.50. Prices in
boys' from 60c, 75c, fl aad $1.15.
In two piece garments we have
a splenaid line ready for your in
spection and ranging in price
from 50c to 12 60 a garment. Buy
early while the sizes are complete.
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