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Will offer a number of new Farm Implements at
auction at residence of Geo. Kohler, 3rd house west
of U. P. branch track on West 13th street,
SATURDAY, OCT. 28,
At 2:30 p. m. Here's a chance to save money on
Well Pumps, Walking Plows,
And a number of other articles.
Terms cash or note 'till March 1st. without Interest.
Remember Sat. Oct. 28.
The following poultry market is re
ported on Oct. 26, 1911. Prices sub
ject to change:
Hens, per lb
Spring Chickens, per lb
Butter, per lb
Bergs, per dozen
Stock and Grain Market
Wheat, per bu 93
White corn, per bu .....62
Yellow and mixed eorn 62-
Oats, per bu 40
Hogs, er 100 lbs $5.555.65
Mrs. C.H. Campbell will entertain
the Lullabies Friday afternoon.
Mrs Edgar Howard entertained the
bridge club Monday afternoon.
Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m.
Professor Huffaker will tell the initial
story of a series at the begnning of
the Sabbath school hour. He has
chosen Dr. Van Dyke's classic, "The
Lost Word' ' Mornng service at 11 :00
a. m. The subject of the sermon will
be, "The Business Instinct in Relig
ion" This sermon is to, and for men
and deals with Christ's need of them
in presenting a stalwart gospel to the
world. Evening service at 7:30 p.
m. The sermon will be entitled,
1 4 The King With the Reed. ' ' Profes
sor Munson, Baritone soloist, and the
Presbyterian Male Quartett will pre
sent the special music Come to. a
church whose grip is real; whose en
ergies seek to be employed in bringing
you to the Christ.
Samuel D. Harkness, pastor.
Ernest Berehtold, accompanied by
two ladies, wsa driving in our neigh
borhood with a new auto last Sunday.
M. and Mrs. John Eggli visited
with Mrs. Gerber Sunday and Monday.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Ar
nold Gerber last week The young
man starts out in life with a credit of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerber had
their young son christened last Sunday.
His name is Albert.
Miller Brothers shelled corn for Will
Glaser this week.
A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Heggi was christened Sunday.
West 13th Street,
Cabbage Cabbage Cabbage -Cabbage
Columbus Merchantile Company.
The New Goods Sale still continues
to attract large crowds to Gray's.
Columbus Wins From David
In a battle royal the Maroon and
White again triumphed over her near
neighbor last Saturday to the tune of
3 to 0. With five minutes left in the
third quarter and the ball on David
City's twenty-five y aniline, Rector
dropped back and with Colton holding
the ball, sent a beautiful place kick
between the the bars for the only
score of the game. The Columbus
rooters went wild with delight and for
five minutes their wild victorous yells
rent the clear cool air.
About forty rooters accompanied
the home team. The day was ideal
for football, with a slight wind blow
ing from the southwest. Spectators
from Shelby, Osceola and several other
surrounding towns witnessed the game.
At one o'clo-k the Columbus boys
arrived on the field for a little secret
CHINA, GLASSWARE AND HAND
PAINTED CHINA, CUT GLASS
IN A VERY INTERESTING DISPLAY.
The leading arteries of the China world have fed this assemblage with their newest and best. It is brilliant
sparkling China and Cut Glass and all discriminating folk of Columbus are cordially invited to attend. After assur
ing ourselves of its quality leadership we have added to the display's interest by exercising a nominal grade of
pricing. The wide range of designs and figures will please the most exacting tastes.
100 piece dinner set, white and gold decorat
100 piece dinner set, white and gold Johnson
Bros. Semi-porcelain. - - - $24.60
100 piece dinner set white Haveland, $35.00
Star cut Tumblers, (Straight or bell shape) 10c
Star Cut Water Set - $1.50
8 inch heavy cut glass bowl (this week) $2.48
This is the last week of the
New Goods Sale.
Be sure and attend at least one day.
A STORE yOU Can dePend uPon-one that permits no misrepre-
v sentrntioii where honesty and fair dealing prevail a store
where loyalty and faithfulness to its customers is a guarantee to YOU of abso
lute and complete SATISFACTION in every transaction.
A NOTABLE EVENT
Sale of Women's Samples TAILORED SUITS
100 Sample Tailored Suits bought from a New York maker at one-half their
value. Every garment is exclusive style and has no duplicate.
Suits made to sell for
Suits made to sell for
Suits made to sell for
Suits made to sell for
GREAT SHOWING OF LONG COAT
from a recent big purchase. The very latest styles in double faced coats
Coats made to sell for
Long broadcloth coats fOO C A
selling for $35.00 at ... . jZZ.uU
Handsome plush and car
acule coats $14.50 to. . .
Girls coats from
We have in stock only a limited number of these coats.
LaBooK's is the store where you can
buy your FUR in perfect confidence
Blue and black wolf sets OC All
at $15.00 to. jZj.UU
LaBOOK'S REPUTATION IS
Gray fox sets at
Natural racoon sets at
BEHIND EVERY FUR
REAL BARGAINS in Trimmed Millinery
Balance of our entire stock of
trimmed bats at less than one
half. Special in silk velvet
turbans $2.75 and $3.50.
Girl's trimmed hats at 75c,
$1.00 and $1.50.
signal work before the crowd came.
For the past week the team had
worked long and hard under the efficient
coaching of Clifford Galley and Pro
fessor Huffacker. The former, at
one time a student at Purdue, has dur
ing the past week given the boys
several trick plays which the large
western teams use and which he has
finally taught them to master. The
coaches had drilled night after night to
perfect a place kicker, and as a result
Columbus won the game. Galley is
not being paid for his services, but
just the same deserves credit for the
work he has done in preparing the
team for this game and those to come.
Although Professor Huffacker as re
ftree came in for his share of the
roasting as an official in the game, was
fair in his decisions and his penalties
were justly inflicted on friend and foe
There wasa noticeable ditfere nee in
the way the two teams practiced.
Captain Ptacek and his team were the
first to take the field for practice.
They seemed to lack the pepper and
dash of the home boys. At 2:30
Captain led his team onto the field
with the precision of a company of
drilled soldiers. They were full of
ginger and their work was snappy.
The line-up was asfollows:
Columbus: Glur, R. E. Kinsman,
R. T.; Taylor, R. G.; Cady, C;
Hartman, L. G. Kaufman, L. T. ;
Brown, Hagel, L. E. ; Colton, Q. B. ;
Cassin, R. H. B .: Rector, L. H.
B. ; Schmocker, F. B. David City:
Recce, R. E. ; Ninds, R. T. ; M. Stod
dard, R. G. ; Bede, C. ; Schewser, L.
G. ; F. Stoddard, L. T. ; Ptacek (C),
L. Ptacek, L. E. ; Hale, Ball, Q.
B.; Warren, R. H. B. Gettys, L. H.
B. ; Peschek, Ball, Ptacek, F. B.
Referee Huffacker (Columbus) ;
i Umpire Hosman (David City); Field
Judge Outapalik (David City).
In the Comity Court of Platte county. Ne
In the mutter of the etatef Nikolo Ka.
tich. deeeaseu. Notice of tln:i settlement
To the creditors, heirs, legatees ami others
interested in the estate of Nikolo ltatieb. de
ceased. Take notice that Henry Gas, jr.. has
filed In the County Court a report of his doings
as administrator or the estate or Nikolo lta
ti'h. deceased, and it is ordered that the same
stand for hearing on the 11th day or Novem
ber. 11)11. before the court at the hour or II)
o'clock a. m.. at which time nny person inter,
ested may appear and except to and contest
This notice is ordered ifiven in liie Columbus
Tribune-Journal three eonseeutive weeks prior
to the 1 1th day or November. KM I.
Witness mv hand and the seal or the County
Court at Columbus this Slth day or October.
1911. JOHN KATTKKMAN.
509 West Eleventh Street.
509 West Eleventh Street
You ought to see the Bunch my Father-in-Law has handed me. J. H. Galley has rented the building
two doors west of his store, and put in about
$3,500 Worth of Men's Clothing, Overcoats, Shoes and Furnishing,
Also a great many Ladies' Coats, Jackets, Suits and Furnishings and told me to sell them for him. Now watch me.
I am going to sell this stuff if I have to give it away. Gome in and look it over and if you see anything you can use
we'll make the price right. Come early and get the best selection, as this stock is going to move pretty fast.
No worn or Soiled Goods
Yours in haste
Open for Business Fri. Afternoon, Oct. 27
MARK R RATHBURN