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-J 'g y C - r --- !'. ii: KxsociooQssaasxsoaoQoooooooe: HULST & ADAMS, (Successers te HENRY RAGATZ 4 CO.,) DEAIiESS IK Staple and Fancy Groceries, Crockery, Queensware, Lamps, Etc., Etc. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS for the Ferndale, Biehelien and Dark ley Canned Frnits and Vegetables. Nothing better in the wide world. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees, which are sold exclusively by us, are without question the finest sold in the city. Their delicious blends are famed throughout the length and breadth of the land, and we assure yon that you make no mistake in buying these goods. Our goods are always fresh, because of the large quantities sold, and every body knows what fresh groceries mean. We respectfully ask for a continuance of the patronage of all for mer customers, and invite all others to give us a call, assuring all courteous treatment. HULST & ADAMS. Telephone 26. Eleventh Street, - Columbus, Neb. X XXXXX8SKOOSXOSKXSOOeXSOOS! VJstxVi LAawFV .viva yjTVv YES ! There are other places where you can buy Gasoline Stoves and Refrigerators, but there is no other place where you can buy the Jewel l Onict-meal Gasoline Stoves, .OR THE. Herrict anfl Alasta Refrigerators. The provision chambers of the Alas ka's are white enameled, the very latest thing in refrigerators. We ask you to visit our Hardware department and you will see on exhibition the most complete line ever shown, in fact more complete than all the stocks of our competitors combined. Quality guaranteed, and pri ces right. GRAY MERCANTILE CO., Telephone 27. COLUMBUS, NEBR. Kjyjsi Columbus onvnstL WEDNESDAY. MAY 15. 1901. Mielenz for beet photos. District court next week. Hummocks and croquet seta at Snow's. Dr. Naumann, dentist, Thirteenth street, tf Captain Kilian went to Fort Riley Monday. Get your presents for the graduates at Snow's. There is no investment like that in Nebraska lands. Blank farm leases for sale at The .TouknaTj office, tf Dr. Baker, physician and surgeon, office Olive street. tf Get a shirt-waist hat, it is the latest, :at J. C. Fillman's. tf Dr. L. C. Voss, Homeopathic physi cian, Columbus, Neb. Dr. Mercer of Omaha was here Sun day to see G. W. Hulst. F. Metcalf spent Sunday with his family in Central City. Bring us your job work. We will endeavor to please you. Born, to Mrs. August Boettcher Sunday morning, a daughter. The Orpheus society gave a dance Saturday evening in their hall. For sale, a good heavy span of work horses. Inquire of C. S. Easton. Messrs. Bohman, Barkley, Howard and West drove up from Schuyler Sun .day. A class of about two hundred will toe confirmed in the Catholic church inert Sunday. Joseph Henggeler shipped two car taads of fat steers to South Omaha Wed day evening. Lee O'Donnell, years ago a compos itor on The Journal, is now a resident of Booneville, Missouri. Bev. Roach preached in Platte Cen ter Sunday morning and in the Baptist church here in the evening. E. J. Niewohner started out Monday on his quarterly inspection of U. P. rail road employees' time pieces. The A. O. H. will entertain friends to a card party and dance next Friday evening at Maennerchor hall. John Wiggins and Louis Held went to Nebraska City today, to attend the Grand lodge of the A. O. U. W. I still have room tor a few more horses and colts to pasture. Inquire at hardware store of C S. Easton. W. A. McAllister returned Wednes day evening from Texas where he had been to look after land interests. Rev. and Mrs. Weed and Mrs. Cham hers go today to Omaha to attend the council of the Episcopal church. Dr. R. E. McCracken of Central City took Dr. Stillman's place in the drug ' store during his absence at Lincoln. John Hoagland of Schuyler was in the city Monday on bis way to Wyoming oa his annual sheep-shearing mission. Beautiful books for the graduates at Snow's. 3 William Bucher went to Lindsay Monday on business. R P. Brigham is again suffering from a dislocated ankle. Never was abetter prospect for fruit if it don't get too cold. Died, Monday, the four-months-old child of Joseph Moschenons. Just received, a car load of northern grown potatoes. Hulst & Adams. Sun bonnets. 1,000 at Oma ha prices, at Fitzpatrick's. Dr. Naumann will be away from his office until the 17th of this month. 2 Dressmaking done in parlors of Grand Pacific hotel, by Miss Ida Cedar. Walter Galley returned Tuesday to Qnincy, Illinois, where he is attending school. C. H. Swallow of the Humphrey Democrat was in the city Monday on business. E. H. Jenkins went to South Omaha Monday night, accompanying Barney Hassman, his ranchman, with a car load of fat hogs. The class in civil government at the High school will have a mock trial Fri day afternoon. Bert Strotherof the Monroe Repub lican was in the city Friday night on his way to Fairmont. W. H. Lewis is suffering a badly sprained right wrist caused by a fall in the stock yards Monday morning. -Fred. W. Herrick has put in some very nice up-to-date iron beds, polished beds. You should go and see them. 2t The large plate glass, north front of Friedhofs store, was blown in and crushed in the strong wind Friday forenoon. The musical department of the wo man's club will be entertained this Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. Heintz. Ed. Odell is serving a thirty days' sentence in jail on a charge of stealing an old stove from R. C. Boyd and selling it for junk. The choir of the Methodist church together with a few others had a candy pull at the home of M. K. Turner Wed nesday evening. A number of the High school pupils of Miss Anns Trainor gave her a pleas ant surprise Saturday afternoon at the home of A. Haight. Bert J. Galley has purchased two business lots lying directly east of the Commercial bank, and Michael Abts, a business lot further east. Ed. Eohler, who had been working with a gang of Union Pacific ..bridge builders, was sent to the emergency hos pital Thursday, having smallpox. There was a slight frost Saturday morning at 5 o'clock in the low places, hereabouts, disappearing withont doing any damage, so far as we heard of. The hardware store of C. D. Hudson at Bell wood was broken into Thursday night, and knives, watches, silverware and revolvers to tbe-aatount of $75 taken. c For sale, a good heavy span of work horses. Inquire of C. 8. Easton. Dr. C. H. Gietsen, dentist, in Bar ber block, Thirteenth street, lm Drs. Martyn, Evans k Geer, office three doors north of Friedhofs store, tf Chicago Inter Ocean and Columbus Joubkaxi, one year, in advance f 1.75. tf For sale, eight young beauties, ped igreed Belgian Hares, by Frank Smith 4 Co. Price $12. tf Dr. McKean's method of making aluminum plates places them on an equality with gold. 1,000 ladies wrappers at less tain Osaka prices, -at E. D. Fitzpatrick's. We carry the Haywood go-cart for babies, the best in the market Call and see them. Herrick. 3 Fob Sale 200 acres of good farm land, north of Genoa, in Platte county, for sale at a reasonable price. Call on Becher, Hockenberger and Chambers. Window shades complete for 15 and 25c. We also carry a sample line of the newest kind of lace curtains in the mar ket, which we sell at wholesale prices. The Fair. 2 Something for nothing. Call at J. H. Galley's and get a Standard Fashion Sheet for the month of June. It will interest yon if you have any dressmak ing to do. Frank Emerson, the great seed grower, has concluded to make Colum bus his future home. His will be quite an acquisition to the business interests of the city. J. T. Cox gave a pleasant dancing party to a number of friends Thursday evening at Maennnerchor hall. The Italian orchestra of Omaha furnished the music. I. Sibbernsen and family went to Omaha Tuesday to make that their home. Mr. Sibbernsen expects to engage in the real estate business, same as while here. Charles Spells, whose home is near Bellwood, came into the city Monday of last week, and developed into a clear case of smallpox and was removed to the pest house. Envelopes with your return card printed on them, for 50 cents a single hundred; for larger quantities, and dif ferent grades, call at The Journal office for prices. Fred. Coffey, Ralph Keeper, Thomas Caffrey and Jacob Tschudy joined the Twenty-eighth regulars and left Wed nesday for San Francisco, to be sent later to the Philippines. A copy of the Dallas (Texas) Morn ing News reaches this office from J. N. Heater. It is a marvel of enterprise and shows a little of what the oil excitement is doing for that country. We notice that Miss Eoline Clark, who has been principal of the High school at Fremont ever since she left here in the early 80's, has resigned. She taught here with Mrs. Fifield. The hundred million dollar mort gage of the Union Pacific Railroad company was recorded here Friday. Fifty revenue stamps of one thousand dollars each were attached to it. C. K. Davies has only two head left of the cattle that he started in with and goes this Wednesday to Newton, Iowa, for another supply of thoroughbreds. Be sure to see him before purchasing. An effort is being made to hold a Chautauqua at David City, June 27 to July 4, and we understand the Columbus High School Orchestra are considering a proposition to supply some of the music. Miss Anna Trainor has resigned her position as assistant principal of the High school; her work has been divided among other teachers, and Miss Emilie Segelke being employed to instruct in German. Will Brewer was unfortunate one day last week in having the thumb of his right hand caught in one of the machines at the planing mill, which ground the thumb down to the bone before it could be pulled out. Mrs. Gussie OIney with her four children is here from St Joseph. Mo., expecting to go with friends to Phelps county to attend the Thirty-fifth wed ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mayes, May 22. W. H. Winterbotham has sold his residence property to Louis Smith of Prairie Creek, and will move his family to North Bend as soon as school is out, which will be the first week in June. Genoa Leader. The Cecilian society met Monday evening with the Misses Sheehan. Next Monday evening they are to meet with Miss Post and all members are request ed to be present, to participate in the election of officers. Sheriff Byrnes went to Lincoln Mon day to get requisition papers for the young men who broke into the electric light plant here some weeks ago and stole an amount of copper wire. They are being held under arrest at Denver. Captain J. N. Kilian, commissary, IT. S. Army, has been ordered to proceed to Fort Riley, Kansas, and report in person to the commanding officer for that post for duty. This is his first assignment under his new appointment E. R. Dean came back last week from a trip down to Oklahoma, the pres ent land of "milk and honey." David City is pretty well represented down that way, and from what we can learn all our former citizenB are doing well. David City News. You are not so slow that you prefer to have an old style pattern of carpet to the newest and best there is made. We have samples of all the latest patterns of the different grades of carpets. We make no extra charge for sewing and laying. The Fair. 2 Cyclists should always carry a bottle of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT, in case of accident, if applied immediately, it will subdue the pain, prevent swelling and discoloration, and quickly heal the wounds. Price 25 and 50 cents. A. Heintz and Pollock k Co. Members of the Grand Army of the Republic and all old comrades, are asked to meet membersof Baker Post and Sons of Veterans at their hall Sunday, May 26, at 10 o'clock a. ul, to attend Divine I services at the Congregational church, beginning at 11 o'clock, Bev. Manro 1 preaching the Memorial For fine watch repairing, call on Carl Froemel, 11th St, Columbus, Neb. Do not fail to see our 8-foot galvan ized steel mill for $32.00. A. Dussell k 8on. tf You can buy blank farm leases at Thk Journal office, good form, two for 5 cents; five for 10 cents. Muslin nnderwear. Tke prettiest in town. See tkem at E. D. Fitzpatrick's. I still have room for a few more horses and colts to pasture. Inquire at hardware store of C. S. Easton. Spring and summer goods all in. See tkem. Tke Wkite Front Dry Goods Store. When you wish good, neat, clean handsome work done in the line of printing, call at The Journal office. The June Designer for sale at J. H. Galley's has very nearly 20 general articles in addition to all the styles for the month. Wm. Schilz makes boots and shoes in the best styles, and usee only the very best stock that can be procured in the market tf Standard Fashion Sheets showing the latest styles for summer wear are given away free by J. H. Galley. Call and get one. tf We have just put in some nice side boards and buffetts, new iron beds, nice ones, and new, new goods, good goods. Watch us. Herrick. 2 Dr. P. H. Conlan, who formerly lived here and later at Platte Center, moved to Spalding laa week. Thursday last, making a return trip from Cedar Rapids, his team ran away, the doctor jumped out and sustained severe injuries, probably a hip bone fractured. The talk given by Dr. McCIanahan, president of the State Medical associa tion, to the fraternity at Lincoln last week, advising a broader profession, and a more liberal use of well-recognized principles of influence of mind over body, has attracted universal attention. II. F. J. Hockenberger and daughter. Miss Lottie, left Friday for a trip east and south, going direct to Ellijay, Georgia, to visit relatives. Then to Washington, D. C, and other points further north, sojourning mostly, we believe, in New York and Pennsylvania. Children who are weak, fretful or troublesome should be given a few doses of WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. They will then become strong, healthy and active, have rosy cheeks, bright eyes, will be happy and laughing all the day long. Price 25 cents. A. Heintz and Pollock & Co. Will Boettcher returned Wednesday from Chicago, where he had been several monthB taking lessons on the violin. He had been so close a student that he had developed a calloused bunch on his neck, where he held his violin. Consult ing a physician, he quit work, and the swelling has been going down. Rheumatism is conceded to have its origin in a poisoned condition of the blood, and to be most successfully treat ed by HERBINE, which acts upon the liver, kidneys and other blood purifying organs, thereby divesting the system of the offending agents. Price 50 cents. A. Heintz and Pollock k Co. The acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ernst will sincerely sympathize with them in the loss of their infant son, Albert Andrew Ernst, eleven months old, whose death took place at 10:30 Monday forenoon of brain fever, after severe illness. The funeral was to be held this Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Coyotes are getting so numerous here and there in Nebraska that they have become dangerous to young or to small stock. The Osceola Record tells of their killing two small calves in a pasture lately at Makeover's ranch, and Jim Davis locating a den of coyotes and digging out an old one and seven young ones. Don't despair because you have a weak constitution. The vitalizing prin ciple of HERBINE will assuredly strengthen it. In every drop of HER BINE there is life. There is a stimulat ing, regenerating power, unequaled in the whole range of medicinal prepara tions. Price 50 cents. A. Heintz and Pollock k Co. G. W. Brown has had a two-seated carriage remodeled for a fishing and hunting wagon. The vehicle is made strong enough to carry tents and other necessary paraphernalia. We have not yet l9arned when the first expedition will leave for Ericson and the upper Cedar fishing resorts. Cedar Rapids Outlook. Bargains! Great Bargains in all heavy goods. We mnst have room for onr big stock of spring goods. Gome and save money. The White-Front Dry Goods Store. E. B. Fitzpat- riek. tf Piles are not only most painful, but also very dangerous, as the inflamed nodules are very apt to take on malig nent action and cancer of the rectum is produced. They should be cured. TAB LEE'S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure the most obstinate cases. Price 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. A. Heintz and Pollock k Co. The sports of the Pharmacists of the state were held Thursday afternoon at Lincoln. Among the prize winners were: (Jam party, laaies' nrst prize, Mrs. Ruffner, Columbus; ladies' foot ball kick, and ladies' egg and spoon race, first for both, Mrs. C. L. Stfllman, Columbus; fat man's race, C. L. Stillman, first; fat man's cup race, C L. Stillman, second. One of our exchanges speaks of a change in the law .passed last winter providing that all brick hereafter sold in this state shall be eight and a fourth inches long, four inches wide and two and a half inches thick. Any person selling any other size without notifying the other party in writing, is liable to a fine of not less than f 100 nor more than $500. The Elevator Roller Mills company of Columbus, tried in part their suit against William Fullerton for payment for goods delivered at the Fullerton Brothers' store. It is alleged that Wil liam Fullerton was the head of the firm and is responsible for the obligations. The trial was not concluded yesterday in county court About $150 is involved. Lincoln Journal. When the liver fails to secrete bile, the blood becomes loaded with bilious properties, the digestion becomes impair ed and the bowels constipated. HER BINE has a direct action on the liver and excretory organs, and a few doses will cure any case of biliousness. Price 50 cents. A. Heintz and Pollock k Co. The following telegram to the Omaha Bee from Fremont explains itself: "At a meeting of the Presbyterian church it was decided to extend a call to Rev. CW.Wyer of Columbus as pastor. Mr. Wyer accepted the call and will enter upon the pastorate very soon. The pulpit has been temporarily supplied since Rev. N. Chestnut went to Kansas City in January." S. M. Bond, who lives in Norfolk and has a run over the Union Pacific between here and Columbus, will represent the Omaha division at the national meeting of the Order of Railway Conductors which will be held in St Paul, Minn., next week. He expects to leave Thurs day. Mr. Bond is one of the oldest conductors on the Union Pacific system. Norfolk Journal. Mrs. O. D. Butler was presented with a handsome bible by the Methodist Sunday school Sabbath morning. Mrs. Batler has been the superintendent of the school for eleven years, almost con tinuously and the attendants have be come very much attached to her. On account of home duties she could not be present only a portion of the time, and Mr. C. A. Linstrum, who has been a very efficient assistant, has been elected su perintendent Married at the home of the bride's parents, 122 South Twenty fifth street. Omaha, Monday, May 6, 1901, Charles H. Van Alstine and Miss Ethel Spencer, Rev. Charles W. Savidge officiating At home 2707 South Twentieth street. Charles is well known in this city, hav ing a host of friends who will congratu late him heartily in his new relations. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Van Alstine of this city, parents of the groom, were present at the wedding. Seward has a largo well nearing completion. It is twenty-five feot in diameter and forty-five feet deep with ourbing of brick seventeen inches thick. Thv water rises in the well to the depth of eighteen feot, and flows in at the rate of 140 gallons per minute. The cost is $3,000. There seems no limit to the supply of water in this country, but, if we are to judge from the experience of various communities, perfection has not yet been reached in the way of a well. The Board of Health have found in their rounds during the past week the following new cases of small pox, Alfred Stone son of Mrs. William Stone, Will iam Farrell and Will Robertson; the last two are young men who have been em ployed at the sheep ranch. The board informs us that the quarantine has been strictly enforced wherever there have been any cases and a strict vigilance will be kept of all possible events arising. Schuyler Sun. About a year ago Will Brown obtained possession of a curiously mark ed flint spade about 4 by 21 inches, taken from the bank of the Cedar, near Fullerton. This he took with him to Lincoln and exhibited it there during the meeting of the State Historical society, in January, and Mr. J. A. Barett, librarian, became interested in the relic. He sent a description to several institu tions, among them the Smithsonian, and replies stated that nothing similar had ever been found. Albion News. Thursday last C. H. Galbraitb, a prominent young farmer ten miles west of Schuyler was killed by a west bound freight train, at the Union Pacific depot in Schuyler. He attempted to get on the cars while the train was in motion and fell nnder the wheels; his left leg was cut off, and his right arm, right leg and head badly mangled. He had been in this city earlier in the evening, having some money, drinking, etc When pulled out he was unconscious and in that con dition died in a few minutes. He was about 22 years old, and leaves a wife. The Union Pacific officials on Mon day found about the same state of feel ing as formerly in regard to M street, themselves contending that the street was legally at their disposal, and inter ested property owners on Eleventh street and elsewhere strenuous in con tending for their rights in the business streets of the city. It seems to be the general opinion that Monday was only intended as an occasion for the re-assertion of the intention of the Union Pacific officials in regard to the freight depot It is presumed that only a legal contest will decide the matter. John Neumarker went to Kearney Friday as the contestant from this dis trict in the High school oratorical con test held there in the evening. He was accompanied by Prof. Britell. The de cision was almost a tie between Neu marker and the South Omaha contest ant and should have rightfully belonged to Neumarker as the South Omaha boy had been given second place in the Nor folk contest and according to the con stitution of the association, had no right to be on the program. Neumarker re cited the same piece that won the prizes in Columbus and Norfolk. The Columbus Fire Department running team was organized May 1, 1901, for the purpose of attendance at Fre mont July 16-18, to compete for prizes at the tournament under the auspices of the Nebraska State Volunteer Firemen's association. The officers are: Ed.Hage man, president; Will Baker, vice presi dent; Sam Gass, treasurer; Harry W. Lawrence, secretary. The members of the Fire department have subscribed $50.50 to defray expenses. They meet at present every Monday and Thursday, 7:30, for practice, with the Armory for headquarters. Mr. Bordon is foreman, and Mr. Merriman, assistant Table Talk for May opens up with a Decoration Day poem, entitled "Colum bia and Her Memorial Day," by Joseph Whitton. It is a beautiful tribute to both the Blue and the Gray. It portrays the patriotic sentiment of all good citi cens of our republic whether they live in the North or South. The illustrations of dishes in the cookery department are helpful to housewives because they pre sent forms in which the everyday dishes may be made beautiful and the table made attractive. Sample copies of recent numbers mailed free to our read ers upon yonr request to the Table Talk Publishing Co., Philadelphia, Pa. I JUNE DRESSES The DESIGNER for June has just been received. It shows JI very many charming effects for women's and children's S costumes. STANDARD PATTERNS in great variety are kept in stock by us, and all the ladies who are interested in home-dressmaking should not fail to visit our Paper Pattern Department. gr 505 Eleventh St., COLUMBUS, NEBB. Newr ESntex-pi-ise ! BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 3VjfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflP't-'.c' - - -v ' mm-'. kT'i tv 'iBSYajajBBBfBfBfBfBfBfBfBfBfBfBfBfSPr -. v SWBwSK. iYPPr'BBBBBBBBBBBBBrsBWr'- - !&htsWsWsBbs. v :&V!IPMlPpf!3n-V .AliMSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBtUi flSjHBHBSsfcA FIKbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb swsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWA bbbbbbVbibsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB BSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBSBBBBBBBBBBr9 Imported FAME'S HEIR, No. 150,963, weighed 1,000 pounds at fourteen months' old. Owned by C. K. DAVIES, Columbus, Nebr. Formerly at Silver Creek, this state, I have located at Columbus, as a good distributing point for the busi ness I intend to build up here, THE RAISING, BUYING AND SELLING OF THE FINEST. BEST-BRED CATTLE AND HOGS, which will lie sold to farmers and others at the most reasonable, living rates, one interested call on me, or address as above. t&"I will be pleased to have any Friday last Justice Hudson went to the rooms of Forrest Merrill, after wait ing a week for him to make his appear ance at the justice's office. Mr. Merrill had been in the custody of the sheriff, and on Friday pleaded not guilty to the charge of assault with intent to inflict great bodily injury on Charles C. Jones, and, waiving examination, was bound over to the district court in the sum of f 1,000, Henry Lubker and George Fair child signing the bond. Mr. Merrill was taken Saturday morning to St Mary's hospital. He is represented as being in a very bad way, having received injuries in a melee he had the same day that he had the trouble with Jones. One of the most useful functions of the newspaper is to give timely informa tion, and among this variety may cer tainly be classified hints in regard to the management of people who are traveling over the country to see whom they may do np. Two of this kind of ''cattle,". they generally travel in pairs, are refer red to in the following from the Madison Chronicle: "A Wayne county farmer put a couple of lightning rod agents to flight the other day with a gun. He contracted for lightning rods for $27 but discovered that the contract had been doctored so that it read $216 for the job. He called a halt and after sawing the air with a bullet, the agents concluded to vamoose." The Omaha World-Herald of Satur day has the following paragraph, which will be interesting news to many Jour nal readers: Edward W. North, presi dent of the Blnestone-Alaska Mining company has news that makes him feel as happy as though he had owned 1,000 shares of Northern Pacific stock and bad let it go when it was at the highest point. His advices are to the effect that the men engaged in the mines have struck pay dirt that is running from $1 to f 10 per pan. The letter informs him that six men working on an adjoining claim, took out $14,000 in six days. The Bluestone property is located under the Arctic circle, nearly 100 miles north from Nome City. Among other things. Department Commander John Beese in his general orders No. 10 asks post commanders to "see to it that the Memorial Day com mittee make proper arrangements with the school officers for patriotic exercises in the pnblic schools on the Friday pre ceding Memorial Day, and that comrades be secured to visit each school at the hour agreed upon to conduct the ser vices. Comrades, see to it that our flag is raised at half-mast over every school house in the state, and, wherever possi ble, on all public buildings on May 30. Interest the people in our Memorial Day; even if your post is small in num bers, make your services so interesting and your devotion so sacred that yonr neighbors will join you in paying homage to the heroic dead." Lincoln was full of doctors and druggists last week, the pharmaceutical association and three different schools of doctors meeting in that city at the same time. Among those present from here were Charles Stillman, Werner Schup bach, Guy Fox, Dr. Arnold, Dr. Baker, Dr. Voss of Columbus and Dr. Benthack of Platte Center. The Pharmaceutical association were anxious to meet in a central part of the state next year and although several inland towns offered good inducements to secure them they gladly accepted an invitation offered by Mr. Stillman to meet in Columbus. The association will meet June 3, 4 and 5 of next year with an attendance all the way from 150 to 35a The board of examiners for druggists also met and examined a elaaa of 42, among them being Guy Fox, xxxxxxsoaoQcsoaoe ...ANOTHER... FREE BUGGY ! Read What I am Going to Do. BUY ONE OF MY 81.00 WHIPS FOR CASH and get a Buggy Free. For every 100 whips sold for cash at 1.00 each I am going to give each pur chaser of same a ticket, and the lucky one in the drawing will get the Buggy. So you have one chance out of 100 to get a buggy free, besides each purchaser of a whip gets value received for his money. The drawing will take place as soon as 100 whips have been sold, so you will not have long to wait if you come at once and select your whip. I also extend you a cordial invitation to come and look us over, because everything I have is for your benefit. Fly season is here and you will need Screen Doors and Wire Screens for your windows, Poultry Netting for chicks. The Great American Ball Bearing Lawn Mow ers and Lawn Hose, the Progress Refrigerators, nothing better made. Call and see my new line of Gasoline Stoves, they are the finest in the city and my prices the best $3.50 up. I have something new in the way of a Gasoline Stove with a lamp attachment. Call and see it work. Also just received a fresh, new line of Masury's Paints and Varnishes, and the best stock of Farming Im plements and Machinery in the market, consisting of Avery Corn Planters and Cultivators, Janesville Disc Cultivators, Rakes, Standard Mowers, Champion Binders, Sweeps and Hay Stackers. Call and get my prices and see for yourself. C. S. Easton, X COLUMBUS, ISTEBR. XXXXXXKXXX2000SXXXX90C90S90C: tllltlllllltllll UIU IIHIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIH HHKIN llllltlUIIIIIH IIHUIHIIItMl I Keatskotoos Herd I ? Shorthorn Cattle. Foundation laid from some of the best herds of Iowa, Missouri s E and Nebraska. The Cruickshank Bull. Levi the Great, 159284, 1 By Grand Victor 1 15752, S at head of herd. This bull weighed 1160 pounds at thirteen and E half months old. E J"Five young bulls of the very finest breeding for sale, in- 5 E spection or correspondence solicited. Farm, two miles east of z Genoa. ROBT. C. ANDERSON. I IIMHUItUUtl UIIIUHHMHiniHIIIIIIiRllHIIH '-?