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rrancis tr.Hamer ls.a candidate
for therepublican nomination for su
preme judge. There are three su
preme judges to nomintae and elect
Mr. Hamerseekstobeone of the throe
repubican candidates. He is thj bnlv
-t--..,.. utuuiuuie in ir westo
part of the state. Hp has'resi' 'n
Kearney thirty-nine years, -d at
lived in the tate forlj.v' and has
He has never held an- jne years,
the olfice of distictt- office ecxept
he held from 1$$$ jtJe whch office
M Momr, to 1892.
r,,nrv5o IP was born in Ohio, Feb-
-43. The Hamer family
-m Ohio to Carroll county.
a, m beplnber, 1852. Mr.
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E. G. BROWN,
A. R. MKEEN.
Assistant Ticket Agent.
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Dr. E. F. Wiede Randers,
Office with Dr. Tiesing, 1010 Murray St.
Especial attention given to Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat and Surgery.
phone Bell office 43.
Phone Ind. office 291.
'Dr. Dora Wiede Randers,
Especial attention given to Diseases
of Women and Children.
Office awl Resiaeace 1006 Murray St.
Phone Bell 130; Independent 223,
Charles jl. Campbell, ill. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
Both Phones .COLUMBUS, NEB
W. M. CORNELIUS
Commercial Bank Building
COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA
DRF. H. MORROW
Physician and Surgeon
Office New LvscaeH Building
Bell Phone Red 12 Ind. Phone 12
C. N. MCELFBESH
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COLUMBUS, - NEBRASKA
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Hamer was b
ua o.' -"ii and
rasejd on a farm
ucf school in Ohio, Indiana
He studed law and was
.iniufi to the bar at Indianapois,
. r jt many years Mr. Hamer has
e en one of the leading lawyers
the state, lie has tried cases in
many counties. He has also tried
cases in Illinois, Iowa, Wyoming and
Colorado. He ha also appeared and
anrgued cases in the United States
circuit and district courts and also in
the United States supreme court.
While he has tried man civil and
criminal cases, he tried and won the
irrigation cae which gave irrigation
to Nebraska, and he claims that as his
Dr. EL H. Naumann, dentist.
Dr. L. P. Carstenscn, veterinarian.
Unheard of Bargains
Loom Ends at Gray's.
Dr. and Mrs. C.
moved into their new
home on 14th
The Gruetli Society will meet with
Mrs. Frank Aerni, north-east of Co
lumbus Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. M. Brugger and daughter Hel
en returned Tuesday evening from a
visit with relatives at Plover, Iowa.
The Gerharz Flynn Co. are celling
bpys Wash Suits for less than cost.
Mrs. Einil Gutzurillor wc ;o;nrT
fronds at Shelby Sunday.
New Supply of Loom Ends
received at 2 1-2 cU. Gray's.
- Take a look at tlie new fall Hats
for men and boys at the Gerharz Flynn
Miss Eleanor FJaxd, of Welton,
Iowa, is in the city this week, visit
ing with friends and relatives.
John Schmocker, registrar of mor-
inmy statistics, reports seventeen
births aud fourteen deaths in Colum
bus and vicinity during the month of
Don't forget the big round
up sale at LaBook's.
A baby daughtre was born thisunorn-
ing to mr. and
Mrs. S. Pbterson.
was formerly Miss
Marriage licenses have- been issued
to the following this week; William
Schachterle, of Haxmn, Colorado, and
Ainnie Knudsen, of Newman Grove;
William Ernst anil AnnaGlur, of Col
umbus. - Edgar Irmvunl and family and Clif
ford G.tfJuy are spendng the week at
Mr. ward's old home at Glenwood,
Iowa, where they went Tuesday to at
tend the home-coming celebration.
They will return the latter part of
The "Monshiners" broke camp
Monday after a delightful two weeks
of camp life at Lake Mcpherson. The
weather man favored the campers dur
ing their stay with the finest of
weather, and it was only with regret
that they broke camp.
County Clerk Graf will start out
early Friday morning to deliver the
sample and official ballots to each of
the various voting precincts in the
county. The trip will be made by
automobile, and thus be completed in
one day, instead of tht old way of
spending four or five days in attending
to this one job alone.
George F. Wolz, mayor of Fremont,
has started suit in the district court to
collect an account of S49.14 from
Joseph Eckholt. According to the pe
tition he was given a judgment
against Eckhlt in the county court of
Pierce county about a year ago, to
gether with the costs amounting to
$6.10, for which amounts he now
asks the district court to render him
uity bauor central alter tne eu
ropean style. Justice Schmocker has
rented the office room at the rear of
the Kramer coal office on eleventh h
sreet to be used for a justice office
and collecting agency. He will also
conduct a labor central thore, where
those seeking heln may meet those
seeking employment, for the moderate
fee of twenty-five cents.
Types on PagN tr
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Judge Joseph E. Cobbey.
One of the names to appear on the
republican ballots as a candidate for
the nomination for judge of the sup
reme court is that of Joseph E. Cobbey,
of Beatrice. Judge Cobbey is the au
thor of Cobbey 's Annotated Statufes
of Nebraska, as well as of the "Law
of Replevin" and the "Law of Chattel
Mortgages", besides a number of
smaller text books on law.
He has been a resident t f Nebraska
since 1887, and the same year was ap
pointed United States commissioner,
which position he still holds, having
been appointed by both republican
and democratic federal judges. This
showing of confidence by the federal
courts, is a strong recommendation
All Straw Hats on hitid must go for
10c and 25c at the Gerharz Flynn Co.
Frank Echols peddles bills.
Siefred Nissen, whose illness we
mentioned last week, died Saturday
morning' Over a year ago he was
vory sick with kidney and bladder
trouble, from Jwhich he d.d not en
tirely recover although for some
months he was able to oversee his
business. Becoming worse recently
he entered the Columbus hospital last
Wednesday where an operation was
performed in the hope that relief
might be found, but he was too weak
to rally from the shock. The remains
were shipped here Saturday evening,
and taken to his late residence where
funeral services were conducted by a
I minister from Columbus at 11 o'clock
Monday morning. The remains were
shipped back to Columbus, where the
Odd Fellows lodge, of which order he
was a member, took charge of the bur
ial. Mr. Nissen was bornjin Denmark
in 1850 and came to the United States
in 1888 and settled at Chapman where
he lived until he came to Platte Cen
ter about three years ago. He leaves
a wife, two daughters and a son to
mourn his loss. He was a quiet un
assuming man, who attended faith
fully to his business, and all his deal
ings bore tlie marks of strictly honor
able uprightness. Piatte Center Sig
Parisian Butterfly Act Com
ing. Wonderful Aerial Spectacle To Be
Presented Here .With Circus.
The "Human Butterfly" act, the
wonderful French aerial spectacle which
orginated in Paris last winter is to be
seen in Columbus, on Tuesday August
15. with the Adam Forepaugh Sells
Brothers' circus. It is the most
beautiful and the most daring high-air
performance ever seen in America.
It cost the management of the circus
more money than was ever before
paid for a single act.
The Ty-Bell sisters; the three most
beautiful women before the public,
are the originators of the act. They
are the ones who are presenting it in
this country. It is in every way dif
ferent, from aerial acts seen in the
past. The three girls are suspended
from the dome of the tent by means
of thread-like cords of steel. To
those they cling merely by the use of
their teeth. Through the medium of
invisible mechanism above them they
are made to circle dart and fly thorugh
space with the grace and skill of birds,
while a battery of calcium and electric
spot lights play upon ther long silken
robes and wings of white spun glass
with streams of fantastic colors.
There is ethereal beauty and sub
lime splendor to the act that is en
trancing to the beholders. The great
danger and risk of life that the per
formances envolves give it a thrilling
and dramatic interest that is intense.
The element of suspense is present
throughout the entire act. It is a
thriller of the most pronounced kind
which does not need any gruesome and
ugly incline structure to give it effect.
It is dangerous enough to satisfy the
most morbid minded, while its spec
tacular beauty never fails to delight
the fancy of the most delicate woman.
Prominent among other aerialist are
the famous Alpine troupe the Ortaney
sisters, the Richard sisters, the two
Franks, Fred Lasere, the La Fayette
family, the Minerva sisters, the three
Alvos, the Eliott famiiy, the Flying
Runions, the eight Jernens, and the
famous Tayor-Huttons. There are
many more on the list. Each one of
them a picked star performer. The
same care has been exercised in the
selection of the acrobats, the gymnas
ts, the jugglers, the equestrians and
the hippdrome contestants.
The trained animals are a big fea
ture. There are many troups of them ,
and all are the best. The manager
is a complete collection of the rarest J
of the world's strange animals and the
forenoon parade is a marvel of extra
vagance and strangeness.
This year's most pronounced thriller
is a double somersaulting automobile
flight through the air, performed by a
mere girl The act reaches the utter
limit of daring. It is a genuine double-somersaulting
act, not to be con.
founded with the immitation of the
Early fall opening at La
Book's Tuesday. August 15.
Ladies UoakS, OUltS andJrhold the -wire and I'll ship you a Iul
white felt HatS. j Iahyr-Snecess Magazine.
I The Conservative Banker
in making loans mast know to a certainty that hia ap
plicants or sureties are responsible and worthy of credit.
Likewise, the prudent depositor shonld know the
character and standing of the bank with which he deals.
The business reputation of our directors and the ex
perience and ability of our officers, with a record of years
'of successful business is sufficient guarantee that the in
terests of every depositor will Be carefully protected.
The First National Bank
Tlie Oldest and Largest National
ami ii ir;.
TWO AEROPLANES IN DAILY RIGHTS
LSBERAfi MILITARY BAND AND
mm OPERA COMPANY 0F6I PEOPLE
GREAT RACES PATTERSON SHOWS,
A Mirhty Man.
Tcphar;. tio prince of Es!!'l
strenj: men. bad knots of nius-1
where the armpits are in tlieionliiutry
man. lie ioiu.1 take a lur of "iron one
and one-half inthes in diameter and
five feet lomr, place the mlud'e of it
over the l" -k of lite ntv-k and tlien
force tlit ends forward until they met
)eforo hi'? X'fy. On one orca-?on he
called upon a village blacksmith and
made of him an everlasting enemy by
plekimj up a number of horseshoes
and snapping tli::j in two as easily ai.
If thoy had b?rn pine sti ks.
An Obliging Doctor.
"Doctor, I've trie-1 everything and I
tan't pcot to sWp." complained tli"
voice at the other end of the tele
phone. "Can't you manage to do some
jthliifr for me?''
There is no advertisement so good
as well designed and well printed Sta
tionery. Some letters are filed and
kept for monthsothers years. Each
time they are referred to they give the
reader either a good or a bad impression
of the writer.
We are specialists4Producers of
the Better Than Ordinary". Our exper
ience in designing, our' exceptional
mechanical facilities, our high grade
workmen--are all at your disposal. Call
up 123, either phone, and the Tribune
man will call.
Bank in Platte County
Deafness of Blus Eyed White Cats.
All white cats are not deaf, but most
blue eyed white cats are. It bas never
been discovered why the blue eyed
cats should have the tendency to deaf
ness, but It Is a fact, while there has
never been a ense known of a yellow
eyed or preen eyed white cat being
deaf unless by accident. St. Nicholas.
Duty stands for the most part cloee
at hand, nnobscurcd, simple. Immedi
ate. If any man has the will to bear
her voice, to him Is she willing to ea
ter and be his ready gveat. Fnusde
A Bite and a Peek.
His "Wife This paper tells of a wo
fian who suffered two weeks from the
effects of a mosquito bite. Her Hus
band That's nothing. I know a mam
who has suffered for years from the
effects of a henpeck. Chicago News. .
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