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. m T i Mr. and Ir5. Joe Schu-...:i.-r
Friday September 15th, a
ilesdumes Herman Brodfuehrer and
.-1 Ballon, tsf Col um has. spent the lat
r part of the week witn their rela
ys at til is place.
The many friends of Mrs. Frank
-aiu-iis. of the St. Anthony ncighhor
iiwl. who lias been confined to her bed
a- .lines the past week, will be pleas
i to learn she is on the road to.re
uvery. The four-year-old t.aughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Pan-icki, of Tamo v.
tiad tile misfortune Tuesday to fall in
fo a partly filled boner of hot water,
.vlrs. Paprocki was washing and had
taken me boiler froir the stove and
- t it on the Uuiir while -.he covered
tne stove, and the httie one who was
raking a younger ehi.d to sleep fell
backwards into the writer.
The many anxious friends of Mrs.
Henry liobhensiefker. who entered
Cmversity hospital it Kansas City
last week, ami on Monday submitted
to a very serious operation, will be
glad to learn that she is doing as well
a could be expected, considering the
venous nature of the operation. Mr.
Hobbensiefken and b - Benthack ac
companied her to Kansas City
Enroute to his home at New Ply
month. Idaho, after attending to a
busmen inarter in Chicago Mr. .J. W.
Lyncii suipjied olf hi re last Friday
tor a brief visit wm. ins brother T.
F. . and sisters Misse- Mary and Mar
garet Lynch. Mr. L.m-ii is very fa
vorahly impressed w h Me v-su but
is always glad of an
reuirn to Nenraska for
l the reception, which was held at tin
home of the bride's parents. Thii
j out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs.
William O'Callaghan and four daugh-
ttis, .uargaret. Kose, Anna and kittle, church conducted by Rev.
Mr. and Mrs. James O'Callaghan and the pastor, after which th
little dailirhter. of Cleveland. Oh in
and Mr. E. V. Cue, of Columbus.
The young couple have begun house
keeping on a farm east of Platte Center.
Claude. Irvin. and Everett, who with
their mother mourn the loss of a
father and husband. Funeral was
held Tuesday afternoon at the M. E.
conveyed to the Bellwood cemetery
for burial. Deceased, at the time of
his death, was a member of the A. 0.
U. V. and carried $2,000 insurance.
From the Gazette
From tin Democrat:
The fixtures for the new post office
Postmaster Smith and his brother
John left Bellwood Wednesday morn- h:iv arrived and the work of putting
ing f.r a tot tliroutrli Minnesota, with th!n in PsiCK Wl11 "' this week,
the intention of inventing m real es- , It is thonirht that Postmaster Gietzen
tat.. They will also visit the a sis- will be able to move into the new
ter in that suite whom they have not pl" y the first of October,
seen since childhood. . Mr .,,, Mr3 ,0,m Hjmien nf ,
Those wlio are in the habit of leav- Reno, Oklahoma, were in town a
mg their doors unlocked durimr sleep short Wednesday forenoon, having
ing hours had better change their ' come over from Newman Grove where
habit of doing so. as we heard this they had been visiting the Harvey
week of a couple of residences in family to take the Union Pacific
town that were recently entered and ' train to Omaha Mrs. Harden was
several th.ng-. were stolen. John formerly Miss Frank Hale.
Burkev's residence was entered Sun-
-lav rt and Rav Darnell' s bicycle I Mlsa M,nn,e Heesaeker was taken
as stolen. Ray tracked the thief to UItt' Piously " m Wednesday morn
David C.ty. saw him but ht; ,..c:M)(.(i j " of last week and her condition ap
arrest after a close hunt by the mar- i Pe:imi so alarming that she was taken
-hal and himself. Same night the "' "a" " ;'
Buricey school house was entered by
the thieves, but they got nothing
there. Same night some one tried to
enter Nick Stemper's home.
Adolf Yanike, jr.. Ralph Wads
worth. Annie Lir.den and Mabel
Whitney, all went out for a joy ride'
Sunday evening m A. Yanike sr. 's
yellow-wheeled open butrgy. When
opportunity to in the neighborhood of the Mark home
it least a visit. , in the nortiiern part of town, the
tomobile for medical attention, and
today will submit to an operation for
He departed for his hi me Mondav.
At eight o'clock T'i sday morninir,
September L9. at S. Amrustine's
church. Scimvler. Rev Father Me
Cartliy olliciatinir. Mr William J '
U Callairhan and Miss Cecelia Eller
were joined m wedlock. Mr. O'Cal
laghan is the youmrest .son of .Y r. and
Mrs. Wm. O'Callaghan. of this place.
and is a very uidusirioiis young man. ,
Tlie bride has visited here a number
ol rimes and has made many warm
friends who will wei -nine her heie. '
This young couple wen attended at
the ceremony by M.ss tittle O'Calla
jtian. -.istr .if the gr'Mim. and Frank
L!.e- irn.'i.r i ne 'ir'de. miv tlie
iim-iiai '"a. - x- ir -. i it
Deputy tire inspector Buck was in
town on Tuesday of this week making
an inspection of conditions from the
standpoint of tire safetv. .Mr. Buck
found a few thimrs which needed re
medying but taking die town as a
whole, he said that he found condi
tions here much better than he found
them in most of the town she has visit
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riding on :i bicycle and i,u- irw "J"1 ,Kic UKa UL nn
mea wnat uie law requires tor tne
protection of (ires, and the few ir
regularities found in Humphrey were
due almost entirely to an ignorance of
animal they were driving -jot frighten
' eii at Mime oi.t
1 in a few minutes there after tlie oc
' cupants were in a heap in tlie ditch.
.Mallei s uacK was nruised a uttie.
while the remainder escaped unhurt.
The buirgy was considerably smashed.
while tile frightened animal after
jumping through a barbed wire fence,
sought refuge in Mr. Mark's barn.
Louis Klebba. clerk in the office of
County Judge Charles Leslie, will go
to Berlin next June for two years of
musical study under Franz Emerich.
the eminent German tenor and teach
er. After two years in Berlin Mr.
Klebba will return to Omaha for six
James Luther Butfaioe was born in
Green count' Indiana. Marcli (J. 1S71
at d after a long illness passed away
at. his home near Bell wood. Selltember
17 1911. aged 10 vear months and m,,ntbs umi then S to Rom,i or Milan
11 davs. He was married To Miss
Li.:zie Burkev iigu.-1 17. l!Ki and
Mis ini ii .vis blessed ov rhre -,011s.
ur Offer to Suffering
i' r i fod manv vears we hav been treating chronic diseases ex
usi -( Our ahiiity to diagnose and treat oiisrniate and complicated
Usee es -i-sult.s fr"i:i r-i re experience.
V-; Specialists, ve have met countless ailments that battled the skill
i eminent phvsicians. We have seen these ooor aiiiicted victims treat
ed, aoih rightly and wronglv. We have watcned ttie outcome of every
a.-e h.'i-rv mistake and success iias been anaiyzinl. Where most doc
'. i je.ir'i from one xperience, we have leannil from a thousand, and
he . -sons ir- ill -ecorded.
K-'iin our wealtn of experience we've evolved new systems of treat
ment. iew A-i . ; ti dv quickly what once took years to accomplish, new
oiondlcx- methods :.'iar do away with n-.kv oiierations.
iuilv apr.r ciaD' tin extensive public patronage at our various
md is iirther ivideuce of our goodwill towards sutFermg buman-
.T."id o i.1 wio .ir- itlhctetl our special otfer explained in the
j ti complete his voice education.
.ur. lvieiina recently hail his voice
j tried ny gnind openi directors in
j Chicago. They said it is rich in pos
sibilities and the European masters
1 wiJl jump at the chance to train it free
, of all cost. Joseph Erbach of Chica
go, a retired soloist said he will fi
( nance Klebba's Eurpean studies, but
the young tenor believes he will not
I have to accept aid. Omaha Bee.
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From the Leader:
Lee Newell has sold his delivery
business to Mr. Lundquist. We un
derstand that Newell has leased a
farm and will till the soil next year.
Chas. Nelson is negotiating tlie sale
of his residence property and will
move up into Greeley county, where
he will purchase an interest in a ranch
with his cousin.
It is rumored about town that Elm
&. Wright have sold their lumber busi
ness to parties from Cheyenne, who
will take possession Octoht-r 1st, and
also that Wright contemplates moving
to California in the near future.
This may anil may not be true, it is a
We are called upon this week to
chronical the death of Merton Fish,
who died at the home of his aunt.
Mrs. M. Irish in this city on Sunday
last, from tuberculosis of the bones in
one of his limbs. The funeral was
held on Monday afternoon at the mis
sion. The Leader joins the entire com
munity m extending condolence to
Fred Bishop for the loss of his mother,
whose death occured the last of the
J week, the cause of her death beinr
due largely to old age. Funeral ser
vices were held on Friday last.
Grover Civish and Miss Hannah
Jernberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Jernberg of the Looking Glass
valley, were married at Columbus
Monday last, returning Tuesday to
this city where they will make their
home. The Leader joins in extending
congratulations and best wishes for a
long, happy and prosperous life.
They are trying to make us believe
that the cost of living is lower than
it was a year ago. but you'll have to
show us. We came from the Ozarks.
Sugar S cents per pound, notatoes
,31.50 per bushel, tiour SI. 40 per
, sack, steak IS and 20 cents per pound
bacon 35 cents, old hens 20 cents per
pound, doesn't read like it to your
From the Sand:
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Davs drove
over u the farm of their soi.-in-law
H. J. Brien, six miles south of Col
umbus, last Sundav. This was Mrs. !
Davis' first long trip in their new
Quite a large number of young folks
gathered at the home of John Pope
Wednesday night and made merry.
Party games, music and refreshments
was die program and every body went
Misses Emma and Ethel Reckmyer
of Portland. Oregon, spent the first of
tlie week at the home of their unHe,
B. McCormick. ' They left 7ednea
day. Miss Emma for Portland and Miss
Ethel for Omaha.
On motion of Attorney J. C. Martin
tlie cases appealed to the supreme
court to set aside the licenses grant
ed to N. A. Shue, C. M. Sokal and
Ed. Shank to conduct saloons in Sil
ver Creek, were advanced by the
court. Briefs to be tiled by the ap
licants by October 20 and the cases
to be tried duting the term of court
beginning November (J. 1911.
About twenty young folks gathered
at the Ward home in Polk county last
Saturday night for a farewell party
for Myron Ward who left Monday for
Lincoln to take up his studies at the
University,. The young folks voted
it the best time ever.
A party was given Saturday after
noon last to Mrs. Sarah Shepherd by
the ladies of the Congregational
church. It was a surprise ..nd was
instigated by her daughter. Mrs.
Henry Eby. It was well attended
and the ladies and Mrs. Shepherd
claimed to have had an enjoyable
Are Anxiously Await
ing Their Return
Associated Doctors Specialists
Will be in Columbus at Thurston Hotel
Tuesday, Oct 17th
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mmn A f-T Copyright 1911
1 "J II Michaels, Stern & Co.. 0
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ONE DAY ONLY
Foley Kidney Pills
Will reach your individual case if
you have any form of kidney and blad
der trouble or urinary irregularities, j and kidney trouble producing dropsy.
Try them. ' '. was given only week to live in, short
These are the Doctors you no doubt
have read about. While you may
not know them personally, j'ou may
know them by reputation or through
some of yoar neighbors they have
The remarkable success of these
talented physicians in the treatment
of chronic diseases has aroused much
enthusiasm in the northwest.
This is said to lie and no doubt is
true, one of the most able specialists
organizations of its kind in this section
of the country, and must be a success
ful one from the many good results
they are getting.
The Associated Doctors, licensed by
the state of Nebraska for the treat
ment of deformities of men, women
anil children, otFer to all who call on
them, consultation, examination, and
It is specially requsted that married
ladies come with their husbands and
minors with their parents.
The name, ASS0CLATED DOC
TORS, is what it implies a union of
specialists twelve in number that have
gotten together for the treatment of
chronic "and nervous diseases. Not
to be understood that they treat all
uiseases that the human body is heir
to. They mean to be very careful in
selecting and taking cases as they
want good results, which means good
returns in the way of their patients
recommending them to others.
They estimate that over eighty per
cent of the patients now coming to
them, come from recommendations of
those they have treated.
They do not treat any acute diseases
whatever, ther time and attention be
ing devoted to such diseases as fol
Diseases of the stomach, intestines,
liver, blood, skin, nerves, heart,
spleen, kidneys or bladder, rheuma
tism, sciatica, diabetes, bedwetting,
leg ulcers, weak lungs and those affli
cted with longstanding, deep seated,
chronic diseases, that have baffled' the
skill of the family physicians, should
not fail to call.
According to their system, no more
operations for appendicitis, galls
tones, tumors or goiter. They were
among the first in America to earn the
name of "Bloodless Surgeons, ". by do
ing away with knife, with blood and
with all pain in the successful treat
ment of these dangerous diseases.
BELOW ARE THE NAMES
of a few of the many patients that
have many good things to 3ay for the
Grace Munk, Dell Rapids, South
Dakota catarrh and deafness.
Mrs. O. G. Anderson, Mina, South
Dakota, nervous and kidney trouble.
Mrs. John H. Keiser, Yankton,
South Dakota, nearly dead with heart
The Close of Summer The Clothes of Fall
The dog days are over,
cooler nights are almost
heavier weight clothes,
The cool Fall days and
here. Time to think of
and maybe a Top-coat.
For up-to-date styles and dressiness of finish the
Michaels-Stern Fall Suits and Overcoats will discount
anything you've seen.
The Gerharz-Flynn Co.
: Columbus -:- Nebraska
time under their treatment was doing sular service before he pursued the
some of her housework. study of music with the view of mak-
John Gerlach. Agar, South Dakota, ing it his life work. President Cleve
cohi sore on lip. , land in his second administration ap-
Bert Clark, Shelby, South Dakota pointed Mr. Kickbusch United States
so pleased . with Associated Doctors' Consul at Stettin in Germany,
treatment, brought his father in for There he studied in the Stettin Con
treatment, sevatory, and later at the Royal Berlin
Mrs. Frank Gray, Hazelton. North Conservatory. His wonderful baritone
Dakota, catarrh of stomach general voice was at once recognized and in a
debility. ! few years he was appearing in Grand
Anton De Young, Asiiton, South Opera. He is a baritone of wonderful
Dakota. Rheumatism, writes he is power.
doing fine,. in many of the great musical centers
Mrs. Sherman Vann. Huron. So uth of both Europe and America and today
Dakota, feels that she has struck the J is recognized as one of the greatest
LAME EVERY MORNING
right doctors this time.
Mrs. J. L. Kail. Hot Springs.
South Dakota, writes she is doing
nicely under their treatment.
Mrs. Ben McBride. Wagner. South
Dakota, catarrh of stomach.
Many others that space will not
Y. M. C. A. Lecture Course
It was first announced that the Y.
M7 C. A. Lecture course would start
off with a concert by the Chicago Glee
Club, but a change in the first number
has been made; not because we didn't
want the Glee Club, but because it
was found impossible to get such dates
with this company as would suit, so
the Four Artists are to be sent in
stead. We wouldn't have made this sub
stitution, not knowing the Four Artist
Company. And we wouldn't have
made it were it not possble to get a
company of this high character.
There are four of them as the
Frederick W. Kickbusch Jr. has
had a moat remarkable career as a
musician. He was first in the con-
A Bad Back is Always Worse in the
Morning. Columbus People
A back that aches all day and caus
es discomfort at night is usually worse
in the morning. Makes you feel as
if you hadn't slept at ail.
C..n't cure a bad back until vou
I cure the kidneys. Doan's Kidney
He has appeared in concerts , ri,,b arc Way prepared lor sick
or weaneneu Kiuneys nave cureu
thousands of just such troubles.
Testimony if Columbus people prov
es the merit of Doan's.
C. A. Beardsley, L710 Olive Street,
Coluumbus. Nebraska, says: "For
several years my hack was weak and
painful and in the morning when I
first got up there was stiffness and
lameness across my loins. Work that
obliged me to stoop, caused pains injmy
back. The kidney secretions passed
too frequently and were atended by a
burning sensation. I doctored, but
did not get any lasting relief. Four
or five years ago, I learned of Doan's
Kidney Pills and began their use.
They gave me prompt relief and when
ever I havM taken them since, the re
sults have been the best."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cento. Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo,
NewYork. sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
baritones of America.
The other three are artists of the
Mary Dennison Gailey, violinist,
Vilet Smith-Clarence, pianist and Em
ily Waterman, reader are artists of
the highest order.
It will be a rare treat for music
lover the coming of this great musi
The Four Artists will be here Oct
Dr. L. P. Carstensen, veterinarian.
In the eountv court of Platte eonutv. Nebraska.
lu the mutter of the etuteof Johu ifeutiili-r.
leeeriMML Notice of tlnal eltleiiient and
To the creditors, heirs, legatees and others
intereAtd ill the estate of John Seudder. de
eeaeiL Take notice that Melehior Urmrirer
ha. tiled in the county eotirt a report of his
litmus xs administrator with will annexed of
tin estate or John Heudder. deeeaM-o. and it is
ordered that the same stand (or heannon the
14th day of O'toler. 1911. before theetmrtat
me hour of Kio clock a. m at which time any
pt-rxui mt.Tesitil may appear and except to
and content the same.
Thw notice t ordered itfven In the Columbux
Triliiiiie-Joiirnal three eoiuecutfve wtrks prior
t the 1 ilh day of October. 1KI1.
Witness my hand and the Mrai of the county
court at Columbus this ISrd day of September.
1911- JOHN HATTEHiLLN,
HOG SALE October 251 will
sel 35 head of big type Poland China
males on above date at Columbus.
They are strictly the big type with
bone and feeding qualities. Fred