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i The Most Wonderful of Cars 1
Van Eanra a RIim Sim i DUL 8
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Cheviot Suit, You Can Secure Either
iTha El ANDERS 9fl"Ii
I THREE-SPEED KE
Do you realize that the Flanders
is a REAL automobile that it
carries a REAL guarantee and
that you can REALLY buy it for
F. 0. B.
The Flanders "20" is a standard
car no freak ideas enter into its
has not the thin.
is made of the
material and with
The 1912 Line is Here Now.
IfANDECCE KINCAIO A CO.
Both will have the Brandegee, Kincaid & Co.
label and you can rest assured of 'service. If you're
feeling blue and want a lively fabric to cheer you
up, you can also secure one in the same excellent
make. Prices not high and still not too low. Just
Eleventh Street COLUMBUS. NEBRASKA
New Books in Ths City Library.
Prudence Palfry by Aldricch
Doctor's Christmas Eve by Allen
Miss Gibbie Gault by Hosier
Sheila Vedder by Coats
Miss Livingston's Companion
Root of Evil by Dixon
Broad Highway by Farrol
Patrician by Clailsworthy
Miller of Old Church by Glasgow-
Stories for bovs:
Young Puritans in King Phillip's War
Young Puritans in Captivity, by Smith
Three Young Continentals
Two Young Patriots by Tomlinson
Books for small children:
New Baby World by Dodge
Tale of Tom Kitten by Potter
Tale of Peter Babbit by Potter
Tale of Benjamin Bunny by Potter
Another shipment of books is ex
pected to arrive this week.
WHO BUYS FORD CARS?
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TH E I
Royal Italian Guards Band
g The most famous musical organization in Europe, is now touring
J5 America, and the people of Columbus and vicinity are fortu
g nate in having opportunity to hear this world-lamed band.
5 is the date for the appearance of the Italian musicians in Columbus
They will give two concerts, one in the aiternoon,
and also one in the evening, at
Thursday, August 31,
Is the possible sale of Ford cars limited to that portion of humanity
unable or unwilling to pay more than the Ford price for an Automobile?
That's the question upon which the sale of many a Ford car rests. The answer is, No; decidedly, No!
Men who can afford to pay many times more than $830 for an automobile, buy the Ford for their personal
use. They are sound, sensible, long-headed business men; men who have to be shown that quality is there,
as well as low price. They form a large proportion of Ford buyers.
Gaston Plaintiff, New York selling agent of the Ford, can name many New York millionaires owning
Ford cars. Tom Hay can give you a list of Chicago's swelldom owning this modest-priced car. Cannon Ball
Rice of Seattle tells many a tale of wealthy westerners who dip lightly into their bank balance to buy "the
car that got to Seattle first"
Let us tell you something It's nine times as hard to sell an $830 Ford to a man with only $830 to
spend as it is to sell to the man who has more the man who could, if he would, pay more.
Now don't throw down your hat, and up your hands, and holler, "Of course, he can afford to be
stung." The wealthy buyers of Ford cars never secured wealth by being stung. They don't spend money
unwisely. They know the value of a dollar. They don't care what their friends think to see them driving a
low-price car. It's motor value, service and satisfaction they are after. They know they get the maximum
of value, service and satisfaction in the Ford at $830.
We are now delivering the 1912 model Ford. Naturally it is a better car than the 191 1 Ford, because
progress is the standing maxim of the Ford factory, but the same old price wiU prevail
Gottberg Auto Co.
Garage on West 13th Street
j the aiternoon and evening programmes being entirely different, v
X Tickets for the concert are now on sale at Pollock's drug store. X
j For the aiternoon concert the admission lee will be 35, 50 and 75 J
H cents. For the evening concert 50c, 75c and $1.00. In many X
2g cities people pay from $2 to $3 to hear this famous band. The g
X reason for the low price of admission at this Columbus engage- X
ment is because the band had an open date for August' 31, and is j
X asking from Columbus people only such an admission fee as will X
v cover actual expenses of visitation here. m
WANTED: ' Information regarding
Louis Holson or Louis Peterson, Iorn
in Sweden about 1S55. Came to
America about 1SGU. Settled near
Neogn. Illinois. Married at EHiing
liam. lllinios, 187G. Lived in Platte
county, Nebraska, 1S87, near Look
ing Glass. Engaged in well -drilling.
Left about 1887. SupK)sed detina
tion Texas. Address Rozzelle, Vine
yard and Thacher, New York Life
ttuilding, Kansas City, Missouri. In
formation of importance to him.
Dr. E. II. Naumann. dentist.
11 STATE FUR
The following poultry market is re
ported on Aug. .'JO. IJlfl. Vices sub
ject to change:
Old Iioosters '.'.
Spring Chickens, per lb !
Hatter, per lb 15-2(1
Kggs, per dozen Ui
Stock and Ccaix Makkkt
Wheat, per bu 71
White-corn, per bu
Yellow and mixed corn
Oats, per bu
Hogs, per KM) lbs -itf.GO $.75
A CONVENIENCE WHILE AUT0M0BIL1NG
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Agency for Firestone Tires
Will leave Columbus from C. It. &
Q. Depot, Sept. r.th, fith and 7th at
CrA't a. m., arriving at Lincoln S:-15
a. m. This train returning will leave
Lincoln at 7:."0 p. m giving Colum
bus people over 9 hours on fair
grounds, as well as getting them
into Lincoln ahead of the rush. Our
regular trains will be run in addition
to the above. The State Fair Man
agement expect to make this a rec
ord breaking year. Get ready early,
put in a full day seeing the best
state fair in the world.
L. F. RECTOR
The Bell Telephone keeps the modern trav
eler in touch with the nearest supply house in
case of a break-down. Every automobile owner
has constant need of universal service, and that
is Bell service.
By means of the Bell Telephone the automo
bilist can order his dinner ahead, explain his de
lay, summon relief in case of an accident, or say
the word forgotten in the hurry of starting.
Nebraska Telephone Co.
C. I. MARTZ, Commercial Mgr.
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