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Gents' Furnishing Goods
RELIABLE GOODS AT
405 11th Street,
I'roin the I'obt.
Andrew Christenaen mul wife went to
Columbus to uccoiupimy their daughter
home who has Ijeen in a hospital there.
"Jim" Sweeney the popular j'oung
b:irber of Lindsay has recently received
Hti offer from two different base hall lea
gue teams to '"try out" thia spring.
One being the Columbus state and the
other the Nebraska City team of the
Mink league. Jim went to Columbus
Monday to .sign up. We, with hi.s many
friends wish him success and we believe
that he will make good.
From llu Adwtwv.
Miss Maude lliumau is spending the
week in ('olumbiiH. a guest of Miss
Mr. and Mrs E. II. McKelvey, and
Mr. and Mrs. II. 1). McKelvey left Wed
nesday evening for llaswell, Colo., where
they will occupy their homesteads.
Mrs Geo. Reeder left Wednesday for
Columbus on a visit to her husband who
is still a patient al St. Mary's hospital.
Mr. Keeder is reported very much im
proved and it. is hoped that he will be
diM-.lmred from the hospital within a
I'roin thn Sam!
Mre. J. Nichols of Columbus was a
guest of Mrs. L. A. (Sntes Friday and
Mrs. .1. E. Peterson and Mrs. Mary
Williams of Columbus came up on
Thursduy to enjoy themselves.
OleOlson who has beenscction foreman
u number of years has resigned his posi
tion and has been succeded by Charlie
Van Huskirk. Mr. Oleson will move
to his farm in the western part of
the state. For a few months, however.
his family will remain here occupying
the .1 S. Matthews property.
At a special meeting of the school
board last Monday evening at which all
members were present, petitions signed
by !! legal voters were presented asking
the board to call a Bpecial election to
submit a proposition to vote bonds not
to exceed twenty thousand dollars for
the purpose of building a new school
CUT PRICE POST CARDS
Regular 5c and 2 for 5c Cards, including
sold by us for lc each.
Come in and look the line over and be convinced.
Don't be held up any longer.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Poesch's Candy Factory
All mail orders filled promptly
ABOUT OUR NEIGH
BORS AND FRIENDS
CLIPPED FROM OUR
Kro m the Signal.
Mre. Ed. Ballon and children, of Co
lumbus, were guests of their many rela
Uvea ut this place the latter part of last
Mr. McCombo and family, who have
resided on the David Thomas farm the
past two years, moved this week to the
Pat Murray farm, near Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Edwards, of Luke
Crystal, Minn . but formerly of the 1'oat
ville neighborhood, arrived here last
Friday and will spend some two weeks
at the home or Mm. Dave Williams and
Misses Louisa Fugger, Anna anil
Lizzie I'illen went to Columbus Tuesday
to visit at the bedside of Miss Agues
I'illen, who underwent an operation at
the hospital last Friday for appendicitis.
Miss Pillen- is reported convalescing,
much to the satisfaction of her many
Anton Drahota, a farmer living south
west of Stanton ten miles, met with a
painful accident last week. While rid
ing on horseback his horse fell and he
was thrown in such a manner as to break
both hones of one of his legs.
Iteuben Dickinson was up from Schuy
ler the first of the week on business con
nected with the transfer of his old farm
home, one mile south of town, to its new
owner, Chas Dvorak. It is one of the
best farms in the northern part of the
county, and as our readers will remem
ber, the -M(l acres sold some months ago
for SlJiO per acre, the record price for
Colfax county land at that time.
After eleven and a half years of faith
ful service on the Journal F. C. Hrabak
oh Monday laid down his stick and rule
and for the present, at least, left a held
of labor in which he was most success
ful. Not alone was he a good printer
who at all times earned his wages, but
was reliable and trustworthy in every
particular. Tuesday morning he enter
ed upon his duties in the Colfax county
bank where he has a position as book
keeper. That he will prove as valuable
an assistant to his new employers as he
did to us we haven't the slightest doubt.
First-class printing done at the Jour
From the Time-.
The amendments to the Indian bill
offeied by8enator Bnrkett, providing
for a cottage for the superintendent, an
employes' building and an extension to
the carpenter shop at the Indian echool
have been reported favorably by the
senate committee on Indian affairs.
Dan Pearse, who manages a farm for
his mother eight miles north of Genoa,
has been testing his seed corn, and finds
that out of every 100 ears tested '5G were
worthless. When it is taken into con
sideration that one car of good seed corn
will produce about 12 bushels, 30 worth
lets ears, if planted, would mean a loss
of 432 bushels.
Mrs. C. C. Horton, formerly of Genoa
died of small pox at the home of Bob
Osborne, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Thursday of lost week. Mrs. Horton
passed away at ten a. m. and was buried
at 2 p. m. Undonbtedly the Osborne
home is under quarantine, as all the
family have Iteen exposed to the disease
which caused the sudden death of Mrs.
When it woman takes ns much interest
in her home as she does iu her church
she will lind her husband as easily pleas
ed as her pastor, truthfully says nn ex
change. Fred Jernberg took his daughter to
GolumbiiB the last of the week where
she was operated upon for appendicitis,
and we are glad to announce that she is
rapidly recovering from the ordeal.
Lust Thursday night brought sorrow
to many homes in this section, occasioned
by a visit of the grim rcaer. Death, who
garnered three ripened sheafs. Mrs.
Phoebe Killhatn, aged 77 years, mother
of John and George Killbam, living in
Council Creek, Mrs Clara Wablgrecn,
aged fit years, wife of II. Wahlgreen of
Monro township and Mrs. Anna Kim,
aged 85, mother of Claud Him, and the
Mesdames Larson and Kchumaker all
passed to their long rest upon that date.
The funeral of Mrs. Elm wnB held on
Saturday, that of Mrs. Wnldgreen on
Sunday and Mrs. Killham'son .Monday.
Pnmi Hie Neutt.
If someone calls you n hog don't get
unify until you lind out whether he does
not mean to be complimentary. The
hog is an aristocrat these days
W. II. Dulton, or Detroit, Mish., who
has had nn investment in land near here
for several yetus, was here this week.
Four years ago he bought a farm on the
IJonaiizii. and this week he sold it. and
doubled his money. Since selling he is
convinced that he sold it too cheap.
The Farmers' Co-operative Creamery
Co., have sold their produce husines
here, which has been iu charge of John
Animenunn, to F. A- Tuffs of Kearney.
The new business will be conducted un
der the firm title of Albion Hotter .v K-t;
Company. Mr. Tuffs has moved his fam
ily here and taken charge of the bu.-i-ness.
A new law was passed by the lust legis
lature for the drawing of a grand jury in
each county once ii J ear, unlcei; the
court shall order otherwise in writing.
Upon a showing by the county attorney
that t here was not sufficient cause for the
calling of a grand jury in Bonne county
the judge has made the neceseary order
and there will be no grand jury this
Andrew Seboe, of Shell Creek, has sold
his Boone county poseesions and will go
to Aubiirndale, Wis., to make his future
home. He has bought pome land in the
timber belt from which the timber has
been cut. and he will cleiirolT the stumps
to make a farm. That will surely be
quite a change from Nebraskn farming.
He expects to get away this week or the
first of next.
Word was received here last week
that M. B. Martin hail passed away at
Cedar Rapids, where he had been living
for the past few years. Mr. Martin was
a baker and restaurant mun by trade and
resided here for a number of years, be
ing in the employ of H. C. Pesrks. It
seems that he had no relativis 'iving
near here and an effort is bring made to
get trace of them.
From t lie lleimlilican.
Geo. Itland is reported ax getting along
as well as could be expected, and his
many friends will be glad to f-ee him
John Gibbon is building a !age ad
dition to his barn. We hqjr he is inning
to start a dairy with twenty cowp, thi
summer. E. I; Van Allen is doing the
Quite a scare was caused on the line
Monday, when John Talbitzer's chimney
caught fire, hut a few buckets of water
put it out. It was reported that the
house had burned up.
Mrs. & 0. Terry has had a new barn
built, and will move n house from Mon
roe to her quarter section south of
Arthur Watts' which makes that part of
the country look better.
Willie Graham arrived Friday morning
from Mondamin, la , for a months' visit.
His parents expect to move to Modale.
la., this spring, but next year they go to
Ponca, Neb., where they have purchased
Mrs. Frank Henderson, well known to
many residents of this locality, died
February 11, at her home near Wol
hach, Neb. Mrs. Henderson was 44
years of age. She came to north of
Monroe and Platte county in 1SIW, living
here eight years. She was married to
Mr. Henderson October 1.1, 1S84. There
are three children, Emma W., aged0;!;
Melvin W.. aged 20. and Hattie Hell,
aged 11. Her last illness was of about
seven months' duration. She was taken
to her old home in Bingham, Iowa, for
burial, the funeral being held Februniy
Have your house, wired
Heat & Power Co
Columbus Plumbing Co.
LUEKE ii MULLIGAN
Steam and Hot
13th and M Streets
There Are Many Varieties of This Pe
culiar, Puzzling Substance.
Of nil the queer minerals which na
ture seems to have provided for no
other purine than thut man might
show his ingenuity Iu their use noth
ing compares to that miucraloglcal
vegetable nsbestus, which in its native
state is both fibrous and crystalliue,
elastic and yet brittle, a stone which
will Hunt r.uii which may be carded,
spun and woven like tins or silk. As
bestus is mined Iu practically every
section of the globe, and the nsbestus
of the various countries differs as
greatly iu appearance as does the foil
nge of the trees and plants uatl to
each. UN alike iu but one feature
that it is Absolutely indestructible, no
known combinations of acids even af
fecting the strength or npitearance of
its liber ami the fiercest flames leav
ing it unscathed. It is a nonconductor
of heat and of electricity.
Some varieties of nsbestus are as
compact as marble and will take the
highest polish; others have loose, silky
libers. "Mountain wood' is a variety
presenting an irregular filamentous
structure, like wood, and other vari
eties, taking their names from their
resemblance to the various materials,
are rock. cork, mountain leather, fossil
paper and fossil Haw
Ashrstus is really si variety of am
pliibule or hornblende, composed of
separable filaments with silky luster.
Its colors aie various shades of white,
gray or greeu, passing into brown, red
or black. Although as perishable as
grass, it is older than any order of
animal or vegetable life on earth.
It has been said that life Is made up
of three things -heredity, enviroumenl
and the will. If the heredity and en
vironment of the child arc what they
should he the will will choose the right
and do it.
We invite all who desire choice
steak, and the very be9t cuts of
all other meats to call at our
market on Eleventhstreet. We
also handle poultry and fish and
oysters in season.
S.E MARTY fc CO.
Telephone No. 1. - Columbus. Neb.
Tlie rielit party can
M-cun- an excellent to-itioii, salary
or coinini" ion for Colunilm- am! vi
cinity. State axe, former occupation
ami trivf reference. Adtlre? LOt'K
i:i)X 43S, Lincoln, Neb.
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No. 4:21 am
No. 12 1027 pm
No.lO 2:15 pm
No. 10 3:05 pm
No. is H.tJrtpm
No. 2 SjiOpm
No. 22 7:12 am
No.au 10 pm
No.M 5jD5 pm
No. 79 mxd..(l 6:00am
No. 31 pas ..dlAIpm
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No. 77 mul. (lTflam
No. 29 taa ..! 7.ft p m
No. SOpas ..h l:lipm
No. 7s nixil..afclO pm
I aily except Sunday.
Nos. 1. 2, 7 and 5 are extra fare trains.
No. 4. 5, 13 ami 14 are local passenger.
No. M and 5H are local freight.
Son. 9 nad Id aru mail train only.
No 14 due in Omaha 4:45 p.m.
No. 6 dae in Omaha 5.-00 p. m.
e. . & q.
No. 2, Pass, (daily ex. Uamlay) leave 7:35 a m
No. :. Kit. A. Ac. (d'y ex. Saturday) lv.50 p m
No. 21, rase, (daily ex. Sunday) arrive.. 9:20 p m
No. 21, Frt. & Ac (d'y ex. Sunday) ar. ..6J5 a m
MAKE FREE OFFER
Will Cure Fw ratltnts fim
T SUtw Winders of tho
Free examination, free consultation
and free treatment until you are entirely
well. Sncb is the generous offer made
by the United Doctors to all patients
accepted for treatment during their vis
it to Columbus at the Thurston Hotel
on Wednesday March 16th and Thursday
The only charge that will be made is
for the medicine used, which mast be
paid cash. To very poor patients the
medicine will be furnished free also.
The object of the United Doctors in
makinglhis grand free offer is to secure
a few supposedly incurable cases quick
ly to demonstrate the tremendous cura
tive powers of this wonderfnl new sys
tem of medicine ss used by the United
Doctors. These specialists solict one or
two of the most difficult cases from each
locality in order to show what can be
done by scientific treatment, even in the
worst forms of diseases.
The treatment used by the United
Doctors is non surgical. They never
use the knife, never mutilate the body
which God has made in his image. On
ly the best and porest of chemicals are
used by thee specialists, their motto
being that every sick person is entitled
to the beat medicines that are to be fonnd
in nature. To obtain pure drugs they
prepare all of the medicines in their own
lalioratory and thus every patient is as
sured of pure medicines, the bent obtain
able, regardless of coat.
The expensive and elaborate instru
ments nsed in disgonosis and the ex
treme care used in securing pure drugs
and preparing them especially for each
case, makes the treatment used by the
United Doctors more expensive than
ordinary treatment, yet the larger num
ber of patients treated makes it possible
to place the price of treatment within
the reach of all.
This is really a vary remarakable and
generous offer by these great specialists.
It is an offer of free treatment until well
regardless of the length of time required
to complete the cure This offer is
good only in cases accented for treat
ment during their visit to Columbus on
Wednesday. March HUh and Thursday,
Consultation and examination is free
to all, but only curable cases will be ac
cepted for treatment. If your case is in
curable you will lie told so and not one
penny of your money accepted. How
ever, many cases that are incurable by
the old methods can he quickly cured by
this wonderful new met hod of the United
DON'T BE BALD.
Almost Any One May Secure a
Splendid Growth of Hair.
You can easily tiud out for yourself if
our hair needs nourishment, if it is
thinning, getting dry, harsh and brittle,
or splitting al the ends. You simply
have to pull u hair from the top of your
bead and closely examine its root. If
the bulb i plump and rosy it is all right;
if it is white and shrunken your hair is
diseased and needs nourishment.
We haven remedy for hair trouble that
cannot lie surpassed. It has a record of
growing hair and curing baldness in 93
out of 100 rases where need according to
directions fur a reasonable length of
time. It will even grow hair on bahl
heads if the bcalp is not glazed and
shiny. That may seem like a strong
statement- it is, and we mean it to be,
and no one should doubt it until they
have put our claims to an actual teat.
We are so sure that Kexnll "ftl" Hair
Tonic will completely eradicate dandruff,
prevent baldnesp, stimulate! he calp and
hair roots, stop fulling luir and grow
new hair, that we personally give our
positive guarantee to refund every penny
paid us for ltexall "ftt" Hair Tonic in
every instance where it does not do as we
claim or fails to give entire satisfaction
to the user.
Rexall "!tt" Hair Tonic is as pleasant
to use na clear spring water. It is per
fumed with a pleasant odor, and does not
grease or gum the hair. We have it in
two .sizes, prices 50 cents and SI. 00 We
urge you to try Rexall '-fti" Hair Tonic
on onr recommendation and with our
guarantee hack of it. You certainly
take no rink. Iteinetuber, on can obtain
Rexall Remedies in Columbus only at
our store. Pollock & Co. the druggists
on the corner.
Prom the (Snzctte.
The Catholics or St. Mary's church at
David City on Snndny Inst raised $14,
f0o toward u $25.1)00 new church build
ing to be erected ut said city this spring.
Nine of the members gave $l,ooO eacb.
but a small number of the membership
of the church has been asked for a dona
tion and the amount required for the
new ohurch building will be raised with
Uncle Sam is going to he good to
young widows of old soldiers by giving
them pensions. The present pension
law grants annuities only to the widows
of soldiers of the Civil War who were
married before Jan. 27, ISOo. As is well
known, many of the old soldiers took
helpmates unto themselves since that
date, and for the past twenty years Con
gress baa been besieged in the interest of
"What shall I write about?" asked
the lazy reporter of the busy editor.
"Right about face!" saapped the edi
tor. And. taklas him at his word,
the reporter wrote an article oa the
care of the complexion.
A North Carollnan recently eloped
with three women on the same train.
And it seems that events will persist
In showing that Solomon lived for
BOtklng. Salt Lake Tribune.
Illinois, Rock Spring's
and Colorado Coals
at prices that will interest you. Let us
figure with you tor your winter's supply.
T. B. Hord
"I don't have no opinion of these
newfangled women's notions." said
Sir. Hyde when his wife timidly ex
pressed her desire to Join the Woman's
Self Improvement society.
"But we learn so much there." ven
tured Mrs. Hyde.
"Don't believe Itr snapped Mr.
Hyde. "Women don't know much,
that's a fact, but let 'em stick to their
domestic duties and learn them. That's
ray opinion. Let 'em follow St. Paul's
Injunction stay at home and ask their
husbands if they want to know any
thing." "But. John"-
"I've settled It. and that's enough,
"But. John, that's what women have
been doing all this time, and perhaps
that's the reason they dou't know
And then Mr. Hyde threw his boot
at the cat and boxed Freddy's ears for
An Eye te usintss.
One day a man with a ease full of
handbills entered a restaurant in Cin
cinnati run by au astute old German.
"Vot haf you derer the latter asked
as he observed the man about to dis
play several of the bills on his walls.
"Railway circulars excursiou."
"Oh, ho." exclaimed the proprietor,
"one of dose cheap ten day excur
sions! Go avay cheaper vot you stay
at home, eh?'
"Exactly," said the bill man.
"Und you vnut to hang dem up
"Certainly. You've no objection?"
"I haf most clear obgectlons." said
the German decidedly. "Duke dem
avay! Do you dake me for a fool,
man. dot I vould vant my customers
to read dose bills und den go avay
und eat at some cheap place for ten
days?" Detroit Free IYess.
Pleased His Majesty.
The dark monarch from sunny Af
rica was being shown over an engi
neering establishment in au English
city by the manager, who iu explain
ing the working of certaiu machinery
unfortunately got bis coattails caught
iu it and in a moment was being
whirled round at so many revolutions
per minute. Luckily for the manager,
his garments were unequal to the
strain of more than a few revolutions,
and be was hurled, disheveled and
dazed, at the feet of the visitor.
That exalted iersonage roared with
laughter and said something to his in
terpreter. "Salt," said that functionary to the
manager, "his majesty say be am ber
ry pleased with de trick an' will you
please do It again?' Sketchy Bits.
ees and Ants.
Bees will place their honeycombs In
any place regularly or Irregularly
shaped, and when they come to cor
ners and angles they seem to stop and J
consider. Then they vary the shape of
the cell, so that the space Is exactly
filled. It could not be done more sat
isfactorily if the whole thing had been
worked out on paper beforehand. Ants
make hard aud smooth roads and drive
tunnels compared to which man's ef
forts in making such things are insig
Settling a Matrimenial Dispute.
Mme. Sada Yaeco, the famous Japa
nese actress, who bad been a friend of
the ussassiuated Prince Ito from her
childhood, told the following amustag
"Iu my frequent quarrels with say
husband we sometimes asked Prince
Ito to judge between us. One day
when we had had a more than esasJly
violent dispute at CblgasakI the prince
came in unexpectedly, and 1 asked
him to decide the question. Bat he
declined, while proposing the follow
" 'Go down into the garden, both of
you. and tight it out like sumo tori
(wrestlers). The one that wins will
naturally be the one who Is la the
"No sooner said than done! In a
trice Knwakami and I were ft wrcs
tling trim. By good luck my hashaad
was just recovering from a serkms Ill
ness, and as be was very weak I aoon
threw him to the ground. This.
the prince enormously, who. Of i
had foreseen the end of the aneqi
Cemeteries Where Women Oessiaw
Friday, the Sabbath of the Moateaw.
when all true believers of the awsca
line gender makea point of going to
church, their wivesV sisters and daugh
ters resort to the cemeteries and wall
for the dead. But all their time la slot
spent in weeping, and sorrow is not
the only emotion they display, on these
occasions. They take with tnera
bunches and garlands of flowers and
decorate the graves of their relatives
and pray and weep over the dead for
a time. Then wheu this pious duty 9
performed they gather In little groups
and have a good time gossiping about
the living. Thus the day of mourning
is very popular among the Moslem wo
men. It gives them almost the only
opportunity they have of cultivating
the acquaintance of their neighbors.
The Lion and the Unicorn.
The unicorn came Into the royal
arms with James I. it belongs to the
royal arms of Scotland. The signet
riug of Mary, mother of James, is In
existence, having a unicorn on It. In
the royal arms, therefore, one support
er represents England, the other Scot
land. The lion and the unicorn occur also
in ancient Buddhist scriptures, placed
together as supporters. Both of these
animals also are seen playing draughts
together in the well known Egyptian
painting. Rut the oldest connection
of the two is in the blessing of Jacob
and of Moses. London Xotes anC
"Dear Mr. Hicks," Nshe wrote. "I am
very sorry that' what you ask I can
not grant. I cannot become your wife.
Yours sincerely, Ethel Barrows." Then
she added: "P. S. On second thoughts,
dear George. I think I will marry you.
Do come up tonight and see your own
A Subtle Difference.
"And so." began the browbeating at
torney to the shabby witness. "yoO live
by your wits, do you':"
"No. sir: by other folks leek of
them." corrected the witness modestly.
Tickets Good on Comfortable Tourist
Sleepers on payment of berth rate
Electric Block Signals
Dining Car Meals and Service
"Best in the World"
For tickets aad information
caU'on, or address
E. G. BROWN, Agent,
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