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Columbus, Nebraska, August 30, 1911
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ing. Secure this protection by depos
iting your money with this Bank.
Dr. L. P. Carstenson. veterinarian.
Ruby Iloyd returned Tuesday from a
brief visit with friends at Monroe.
Signs of all kinds artistcally execut
ed for all business. Hen Hetterton.
Dr. V. R. Neumarker Office with
Dr. C. D. Rvans. West side, Park.
Mrs. Trail and daughter arrived
Tuesday for a brief visit at the home
of John Taylor.
Miss. Mamie Sehroeder returned
Sunday from an extended visit with
friends in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Agnew, of
Omaha spent Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Clark, of Chicago arrived the
last of the week to accept the position
of head milliner at dray's.
Hugh Hell, who has been visiting
Columbus friends reurned Tuesday to
bis home in Shennandoah, Iowa.
Henry Newman returned Monday
night from Denver, where he has been
taking in the sights for the pas week.
To Trade About six acres of city
property good house and other improv
ment for horses. Inquire at this
Miss Gwendolyn Uarlow returned j
Tuesday from a week s visit with
friends in Omaha, Plattsmouth and
Mrs. T. J. Lecron, who has been
visiting at the home of her son F. S.
Lecron left Tuesday for her home at
Engene'Hyllesby, who has been vis
iting at the home of G. O. Hums for
several days returned to his home in
U. Y. Lisco anil family are moving
from their farm south-we.. of Colum
bus to their new home on North street
which has just been completed.
Miss. Clara Abts returned Tuesday
from a two weeks visit with friends at
Dabuque, Iowa, stopping also at differ
ent points in Illinois and Wisconsin.
Wood Smith left Sunday evening
for Chicago, where he will spend sev
eral days before going to BulFalo. New
York, where he will purchase goods.
Alvine Craig, of Wooster, Ohio is
in Nebraska this week visiting his sis
ters, Mrs. Al. K. Turner of this city
and Mrs. G. W. Hrown, of Cedar
Mrs. M. W. Langley. of Cheyenne,
Wyoming arrived Sunday for a visit
with her mother. Mrs John Geer. Mr.
Lansgley accompanied her but return
ed to Cheyenne the same evening.
Mrs. Alfred Palm and children, who
have been visiting at the home of R.
C. Royd, returned to their home in
Norfolk Tuesday. They were accom
panied home by Mrs. R. C. Royd and
M. R. Rarge. of Central City and
Mrs. Shonsey, of Carks, spent Monday
with Columbus friends Mrs. G. R.
Speiceand Miss. Katherine Speice left
Sunday evening for a several weeks
tour of the west.
of land within
2 miles of Col
umbus is offer
ed at a bottom
price for a
State Bank ;
Dr. Vallier. Osteopath. Barber Block
Dr. W. IF. Slater, veterinary. Both
Dr. II. .' Arnold, office on ground
floor. Meridian hotel annex.
Mrs. M. R. Rogers went to Omaha
Monday for a several day' stay.
Retterton has the ability and the
know-how in matters of sign painting.
Jack Corbett, of Lincoln, Illinois,
is visiting Columbus friends this
P. F. Luschsinger and family spent
Sunday at the William Newman home
east of town.
Clemment Crossland, of Wayne, is
spending the week at the home of his
uncle Leo Schonlou.
Mesdame Thomas and C. H. Hack
went to Lincoln Tuesday morning for
a short visit with friends.
Miss Ernestine Rhode left Monday
for Witchita, Kansas, where she will
visit friends for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Segelke re
turned Saturday evening from a sev
eral weeks' trip through Coloradc .
Wanted A good girl for general
house work. Small family, Mrs. R.
M. Campbell, 1420 Rickley street.
All wash goods worth up
to 10c, clean up price 5c, at
Marguerite and Andrew Kinder re
turned to their home in Omaha Mon
day after spending a week with Col
Mrs. Henry Hockenberger enter
tained a number of young people
Thnursday evening in honor of her
sister Miss Julia Miller, of Omaha.
Miss Violet Woosley, of Wayne ar
rived Saturday for a visit with rela
tives in this city, enjoying a vacation
from her duties as Secretary at the
August E. Nordgen. of Newman
Grove, visited friends in ths city
Monday, while on his way toRellwood
where he has accepted a poistion as
principal of schools.
The families 'of Orran Rreece and
Fred Ernst have establshed a camp on
the banks of the Loup river and are
enjoying a week of camp life. They
entertained Mrs. P. F. Luchinger and
Mrs. Isaac Brock Tuesday.
Friday evening Carroll Evans en
tertained a number of young people in
honor of Miss Nina North, of Pueblo,
Colorado. Five hundred was played
during the evening MissOIga Oehlrch
and Clifford Galley receiving the
Tuesday afternoon the Gruetli so
ciety gave a surprise party on Mrs.
Flueckiger in honor of her birthday.
About thirty-five members of the so
ciety were present, and enjoyed the
afternoon in games and music, fol
lowed by light refreshments.
Mrs. M. K. Turner has issued invi
tations for the marriage of her daughter
Miss Gladys to Dr. George Herman
Walker, of Lincoln, on Thursdaj Aug
ust 31 at three o'cock, at the Turner
home at IIS West 9th street. The
young people will be at home after
October 1 at Lincoln, Nebraska.
Rev. W. H. Xanders writes fronf
Syi'acuse, Indiana, where he has been
spending his summer vacation, that
.he will arrive in Columbus Saturday
evening of this week, and that servi
ces will be held at Grace Episcopal
church next Sunday. At 11 o'clock
the Holy Communion and sermon, and
prayer and sermon at 8 o'clock in the
evening. The public is cordially in
vited to these services. j
A fast game of ball is expected
next Monday September 4th, when
the local Y. M. C. A. ball team
clashes with the Omaha U. P. team
on the Columbus diamond. The U. P.
bunch are considered one of the fastest
ameteur teams in Omaha and a close
game is contemplated as the Y. M. C.
A. boys are in good shape to meet the
best. They easily defeated the Platte
Center nine last Saturday by a score
of 7 to 4.
WINTER IS COMING
and along with it you will want COAL
for your comfort. See us about it
and you will have
SOME MONEY L.EFT
after your coal is bought. Coal of all
kinds tor range, lurnace or neater.
T. B. Hord Grain Co.
PHONES: Independent 20B
100 feet of new garden hose for
sale cheap. Call at this oflice.
List your farm and town property
with Chas. L. Dickey, State Rank
Miss Hazel Iller left Tuesday morn
ing for a weeks visit wjtli friends at
Judge Thomas accompanied by his
wife will go to Schuyler Thursday for
a several days' visit.
Misu Edith Valish, of Schuyler, will
arrive Saturday for a brief visit with
Miss Ruth Hashberger.
Miss Martha Turner, of Lincoln,
arrived the first of the week for a brief
visit with Columbus relatves.
Misses Eva Zabel and Parcel Is, of
Lincoln arrived Saturday to be the
guests of Miss May Patch.
Mrs. LaRook returned the first of
the week from a ten (lays' trip in the
east purchasing her fall stock.
Miss Belle Ryan, of O'Neil arrived
Tuesday evening for a visit at the
home of her brother S. J. Ryan.
E. R. Feaster had the misfortune
to break his arm this morning while
cranking a machine at the garage.
Mrs. Raird Loomis, of Fremont,
arrived the first of the week for a
visit with Mrs. Frank Kersenbrock.
All Light Percales worth
up to 18 cents, this week at
Gray's, clean up price 10c.
Miss Rose Flynn left Sunday for
Denver, where she will visit before
going to her school work at Odgen.
Miss Elizabeth Ladenberger returned
this week from an extended visit in
San Francisco and other points in the
Miss Nina North and Carroll Evans
left Saturday for a two weeks' visit
with Mrs. Goerge McIIenry at IKnni
Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Britell and
daughter Mable, arrived today for a
short visit at home of Mrs. ('. A.
W. M. Moore and family, who have
made Columbus their home for the
past year left Tuesday for their new
home in Lincoln.
Miss Martha Frankfurt, who has
been visiting at the home of her bro
ther, II. D. Frankfurt, returned to
her home in Omaha Sunday.
The many friends of Mrs. Alvine
Poole will be pleased to learn, that
she is improving and hopes to be able
to leave the hospital in a short time.
Marriage licenses were granted to
the following this week: Henry M.
Schumacher and Mary Kuhlen, of
Platte Center; and John Tyson and
Anna Antrim, of Albion.
Miss Emma Outhouse, of 'Loup City
will arrive today fora visit of several
days with Miss Cecela Stenger. This
afternoon Miss Stenger will enter
tain the Noah Ark Kensington club at
her suburban home in honor of her
Miss Elizabeth Sheehan returned
Saturday evening from Beatrice.
where she had been teaching in the I
Gage county institute. The following
day she left for Niobrara where she
will teach in the Knox county institute
Last Thursday afternoon the Ladies'
Aid of the German Methodist church
made an informal call on Mrs. John
Schmocker, honoring her fiftieth birth
day. The afternoon was spent pleas
antly with music and later served a
Paul Roen arrived Sunday evening
from Lincoln to spend the remainder
of his vacation at the home of Dr. D.
T. Martin He has been sending
his vacation in hospital work in Lin
coln, further preparing himself for
his chosen work as physician.
Dr. Johnson and P. A. Peterson
autoed to Fremont Sunday.
New Fall Street Hats at
Mrs. Alfred Anderson, of Omaha is
the guest of her mother Mrs. M. K.
Mrs. Earl Weaver and children, of
Humphrey were guests Thursday of
Mrs. L. A. Raney.
Miss Blanche Dawson returned to
day from a three weeks visit with
friends at Fullerton.
Mrs. J. E. Lamb, of Spalding, is
spending the week in this city, a guest
at the W. J. Walters home.
The LaRook millinery store at Mon
roe will hold its fall opening on the
7th, Sth and 9lh of September.
'Mrs. A. M. Keeling and daughter
Anna, of Lincoln have been the guests
of Mrs. C. S. Ranev this week.
Mrs. Lawrence Osborn, of Grand
Island, arrived the first of the week for
a visit at the home of I). C. Kavan
augh. Mrs. August Segelke and daughter
Eleanor, of Crete, arrived Saturday
to be the guests at the home of Charles
Slandley Macl.aren, who h:is been
a guest at the home of W. J. Walters,
will leave today for his home in Aur
Mrs. L. Weaver has been seriously
ill for the past three weeks and at
the present time
a trained nurse.
under the care ol
Miss Alice Lyons will leave Thurs
day for Avon. South Dakota, where
she will teach in the public schools
during the coming year.
Mrs. E. G. Brown returned Monday
from a several days viit at Cedar
Rapids. Miss Clara Brown, of Cedar
Rapids accompanied her home, for a
few days stay.
Mrs. O. II. Walters entertained live;
young ladies members of her Sunday
school Friday afternoon at her home,
(tames were played and light refresh
ments were served. )
320 Acres at Guar
The Northwest quarter of
Section 32 and the Southwest
quarter of Section 29, all in
Township 19, Range 5 west
of the 6th Principal Meridian,
located about 3 1-2 miles
west of St. Edward, Boone
county, will be sold by the
undersigned guardian at the
court house in Albion, Ne
braska, on TuesdaySeptem
ber 26th, 1911, at 1 o'clock
p. m. Easy terms, and this
land will be sold in tracts to
suit the buyer. For further
information inquire of Spear
& Mack, Albion, or the under
signed. Geo. A. Johnson,
St. Edward, Nebr.
HfrtM 7-T ITf
I have just received a quantity of
20 vear Boss Gold
in small 12 gentleman size. They
come in either open face or hunt
ing style. The movement is the
nickle. seven jewels. Will run
and keep good time a lifetime.
Ed. J. Niewohner
Jeweler and Optometrist
An opportunity to get a
farm near Columbus
W. M. MASON
while you have the chance.
Mrs. All I ton Rowers will leave the
last of the week for a short visit with
relatives at" Omaha.
Wash Goods Flaxon, worth
up to 25c, this week clean
up price 10c, at Gray's.
Mrs. Ida Thompson and son Ray
mond, left the first of the week for
(rand Island for a short visit with
Miss Von I Jensen who spent Sunday
with Mrs. It. Spoerry and other friends
returned to her home in York the first
of the week.
Miss Kate Luchsinger returned
Thursday erveninjj from Uenwick,
Iowa, - where she had been spending
her summer vacation with relatives.
Mrs. E. Kruger and daughter Dora,
of Lincoln are spending a few days at
the home of Lepold Jaeggi, while en
route to their new home in Atkinson,
Mrs. Sam Hoesly, of Creston, who
underwent an operation last week, is
reported as doing very nicely and will
be able to return to her home in about
Misses Mary Wilson and Geneva
Jones entertained twenty young peo
ple Monday evening in honor of Miss
es Gladys and Olive Moore, who left
Monday for their new home in Lin
coln. Progressive Some-II-Set was
played during the evening, Miss Eno
la HaU and .lames Jones receiving
the favors. A dainty lunch was
served by the hostesses.
Mrs. J. E. Peterson has as her
guest this week her mother Mrs. Ceo.
Merrill, of Silver Creek, who arrived
in Columbus Tuesday to meet her two
sisters. Mrs. S. E. Watts, of Terre
Haute, Indiana, and Mrs. Merger, of
Clay City, Indiana, who arrived in this
city Tuesday evening. She will re
turn to her home this evening accom
panied by her guests and also by Mrs.
Peterson and daughter Virgie and Miss
Twenty-five dollars and costs was
the penalty imosed upon Edward
Iliggins, Jr., as a result of a fight in
which he engaged with Frank Sul
livan at Platte Center on July 29.
Sullivan had his right eye injured
during the mill, and he brought action
against Iliggins on the charge of as
sault with intent todogreat bodiiy in
jury. This would require that the de
fendant be bound over to the district
court, but Saturday forenoon, after
examining a dozen or more witnesses
the county court found no just cause
to hold him to the district court. The
testimony of several witnesses show
ed that Sullivan was really the ag
gressor, and Iliggins claimed that his
fight was in self defence. When the
case was dismissed by the court a new
petition was immediately filed charg
ing assault and battery, to which Mr.
Iliggins pleaded guilty and was assess
ed the fine of twenty-five dollars and
costs which he paid.
Only one more week to the end of
the season for the Nebraska state lea
gue, and then it will be all over.
The Discoverers are to play their last
home game this afternoon, their op
ponents being the Fremont Pathfind
ers, who have been here since Mon
day. On that day they won a game,
the features being home runs by Gra
ham and Meixell, but yesterday they
were less fortunate and went down to
defeat by a score of five to four. To
morrow the Discoverers will take a
rest, going to Superior for Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, then to Seward
where they will end the season next
Wednesday. The standing of the
several teams in this morning's paper
is as follows given.
W. L. Pet.
Superior 64 39 .622
Fremont 64 39 .622
Grand Island 50 52 .490
Columbus 50 55 .476
Hastings 50 55 .476
Seward 48 54 .471
Kearney 46 57 .447
York 41 62 .398
The Epworth League of the Meth
odist church entertained Friday even
ing in honr of Misses Olive and Glad
ys Moore, who will make their future
home in Lincoln. The evening was
pleasently spent in games and music
followed by a lunch.
A. C. Boone seems to have had
rather more than his share of trouble
Jately. Some time ago he suffered a
severe sprain of the back, and more
recently was ill in bed for some time.
Last Saturday, while at at his work,
he caught a cinder in his eye, and
now he is laying off form his work
to give it the needed attention.
The members of the Order of Owls
and their families and a few friends
will journey to Stevens' lake Sunday
to spend the day "next to nature."
The ball game that had been announc
ed for last Sunday between the Owls
and the railroad men did not mater
ialize very strongly. That is, the
the boys played alright, but the day J
was so cool that there was very few
sjectators. A game has been called
or September 10.
Columbus has known good things
before, but probably no musical event
in the history of the city has ever
been looked forward to with as much
expectation and eagerness as the com
ing of the Royal Italian Guards Band.
There is probably no band organiza
tion in Amreica today that contains so
many really musical artists as this
band. There are twenty-three musi
cians, and they are under the personal
direction of Signor Vito Lacerenzo.
The announcement of the leadership
along should be sufficient to fill the
North Opera House as it has never
been filled before. Lacerenzo is an
idealist in music. He does not be
lieve in the music that appeals to the
ear only to arouse the passion for the
moment and then be forgotten. He
believes in harmony and sweet melody
that gives quiet and refreshment to
tired souls, that pictures happy
dreams and strengthens purpose. He
believes in a kind of music that
stimulates one to high thoughts and
desire for achievement of good things.
In other words he plays only the
world's greatest music, such as the
grand seiections from "Faust," "II
Trovatore" and "Martha", the cele
brated "Sextette from Luca, "the
"Quintette from Rigoletto," the
"Star Song from Tanhauser," the
overtures from "Wiliam Tell", and
Orpheon, " the " Poet And Peasant, ' '
the Pilgrim's Chorus," "Lapholma,"
"the Medley of 1861," and other na
tional airs. Some of his own best
compositions are interperted through
out the progam. The members of the
band are, every one of them, great
artists. This accounts for their ex
traordnary value, their equisite shad
ings and superb interpretations. Four
of the men are graduates of the Con
servatory of Naples after fourteen
years of study there. A number of
them are from Royal conservatories
requiring ten and twelve year's study
there in before graduation. All are
conservatory graduates, several having
held high positions as instructors.
This magnificent band is coming to
Columbus for two performances on
Thursday, August 31. Any one who
missing to hear them will miss the
greatest musical that ever offered
them. The children will be admitted
in the afternoon for 25 cents. The
general admission are, afternoon, 35,
50, and 75 cents. Evening, 50, 75,
and $1.00 Seats are going fast
Don't wait until the last minute; you
may be late. ,
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The regular services of the Presby
terian church will be resumed next
LOST A Moores loose leaf ledger
in north part of city on Meridian road.
Return to this office and receive reward.
Columbus can now boast of one of
the finest shining parlors in the west.
James Politis has had the building re
cently vacated by Mrs. Rogers, rear
raged for his busiess, and has install
ed chairs, three of them being reser
ved exclusively for the ladies' trade.
He will also make a business of clean
ing and reblocking hats.
The Reece Shoe Company held
their formal opening last Saturday in
the new Gerard bnilding on Thirteenth
street. Mr. Reece is a new man in
Columbus, having recently come here
from Ashand where he had been in the
same business for about twenty years.
Columbus is always glad to welcome
new business men into our city, and
to see that busness men in other
towns recognize the openings which
we have to offer.
A deal was made last Wednesday
by which Dr. N. Matzen sold his re
sidence property on Fourteenth street
to W. J. Walter, possession being
given, today. Dr. and Mrs. Matzen
expect to leave tomorrow for an ex
tended trip to the Pacific coast, visit
ing first in Washington and Oregon,
and then going to Southern Califor
nia, where the doctor has real estate
interests, and where they will visit at
the home of Dr. J. E. Paul. Dur
ing their absence, the doctor's office
will be in charge of his partner, Dr.
Rev. W. L. Dibble and family ex
pect to leave Columbus about Sept
ember 15, for Worthington, Minne
sota, where they intend to make their
future home. They report that there
is a movement on foot there to effect
a union of the Cngregational and
Presbyterian churches, making one or
ganization of about four hundred mem
bers. It will be remembered that Mr.
Dibble tendered his resigination to
the local Congregational church some
time ago, to be effective at any time
within one year, and as he has seen
this opportunity, he has decided to
take it. The many frends of the fam
ily in Columbus will regret to see
them leave here, and every one will
wish them well in their new home.
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