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Jdl o o c.o o o ( o o o o e o o e o o o o oO o , .o e e . e ' I f. or it- 5?-- o r '. 1.1 c o u ' fo - PC0o K o. e 2 o W o DM o . w "3 : - II ': if ". . o t 3 X " ' HULST & GREAT CLEMG SALE -OF- . Crockery, Queenswara, Etc. We expect to move info our new building not later than October 15, and -until then we have many bargains to offer, as we want to.make room for our entirely new and large stock of iJ ,'-., l ,. .1 - ana a run line or everyimug new in v-rucn.er, vjriasswaxe auu Queens ware. Here are Just a Few of Them. '2 set? ONLY handsomely decorated Semi-Porcelain dinner set. Regular price, SI 50, present price, 310.00. ' 1 ONLY set same, regular price, 311.00, present price, 33.75. A few handsomely decorated pieces of Semi-Porcelain, such as Creamers, Platters, Plates, Water Pitchers, Vegetable Dishes and others at 20 per cent off from regular prices, which will make them cheaper than the common white ware. WATT FOB OUR DBT GOODS. Hulst & This is the time for the bargains named above IT If You are Looking for Either a Base Burner, Steel Range, Cook Stove or a Heater.... OF ANY KIND, WE CAN SHOW YOU THE MOST COMPLETE LINE THIS IDE of the MISSOURI RIVER. Prices are lower than last have the . ' u ML IN SIX DIFFERENT PATTERNS. This Ranjre has no equal in STYLE, DURABILITY, CONVENIENCE or PRICE. We have a line of OIL HEATERS which is impossible to turn the wick too high and smoke. At GRAY'S. kkk urinmiADTCDC ?s n nMUUUHn i tno s FOR. M Columbia, Victor and yt Mitchell and Old Hickory wagons; 5 Rock Island plows and cultivators; X Rock Island cornplanters; Cadet cornplanters; Little Engine, the new lister, wUe the operator can see the corn drop while planting; j Jones' Lever binders; K Jones' Chain mowers; H Jones' Self-dump hay t -w-r 3 J 1 ran TIKTEEsTI K COLWIIS, 3C CAN'T TOU HEAR WELL? j ones nauu-aump nay runes; Walter A. Wood's mowers; Woodmanse and Aermotor windmills; Jack-of-all-Trades gasoline engines; and all otlier machinery needed on the farm. Call and see for yourself. We wish vour trade. TF HOT THEY COMSUIT Drs. Newman & Dassler. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALISTS. ' home office. Pnlnrnhne THURSTON" HOTEL, ) i-rOlUHlDUS. Dr. Newman, the veil knovnEtxropeaa Eye Spedaliit, who bam toured the west extesairel' 1 has decided to locate permanently is Colombca, making tfaia headquarters from which to 'viait a nnmher o cities and town, in this section. De. Newman is a graduate of the bast actunlt of America and pnrriocaly took a two-year coene in Europe. His woaderfol system eC collecting error, of .ucht has siren hundreds better Tiaioa and eared many from blind- atMa. Dr. Newman will Tiait a number of the towns and cities of this rieiniry. bet will be . Imkis am trmm. Dr. fits alasnea for all defects of Complicated cases specially solicited. Cross eye ia ehildrea eared withoet the use i or the kaife. ITT rti.rasra rif the car mi ml Tlmat aafulli Inalnl 'oasnltatioa free. Satxafactiaa gaataataad. 4p-tf ADAMS' - -i 1 fl J Adams is Tens season, from 32.7-3 up. We 2C Ideal buggies; rakes; 1 LUBKER, SHEET, XX KNUSU. WOS KXXX CAN'T TOU SEE WELL? tk 28 tk t 1st ml Tiaioa. His classes care headache, inilineairiin ff"W" rm. "yvfy,fr-n ri-f y fTJfcr SSfl M m aYsaasE Columbus Journal. WEDHZ8DAT. OGTOBIX 3. Vielenz for beat photo. Ladies' 50c shirt waists for 25c at The Fair. Dr. Nsnmana, dentist, Thirteenth street, tf Bleak tarsi leases for sale at Txx Jocxsai. oSce. tf Dr. Baker, pajaiciaa and smrgeoB, oCce Olive street. tf Bring us your job work. We will endeavor to please yoa. The Fremont and Columbas foot ball teams will play here Oct. 12. Dr. C H. Gietzeo, dentist, in Bar ber block, Thirteenth street, lm Window shades complete at 25c in allcolara. The Fair, 11th Street. Charles W. Jena has been granted an original pension $10 (war with Spain.) For fine watch repairing;, call on Carl Froemel, 11th SU Colamboa, Neb. L. A. E wing of the Telegram return ed Saturday from his trip to Wyoming;. Drs. Martyn, Evans k Oeer, oflee three doors north of FriedhoTs store, tf Chicago Inter Ocean and Coluicbcs Jovusxl, one year, in advance $1.75. tf C. Bosecrans of Papillioa is here and will take a position with the Unioa Pacific. Wm. Burke is lying seriously ill at his home. Friends are with him con stantly. Don't stop buying ice. I nave more than will be used for the fall season. O. L. Baker. 1 Do not fail to see oar 8-foot galvan ized steel mill for $32.00. A. Dossell Son. tf Rev. Miessler will teach the German school until some one is secured in place of Mr. Gradoske. Dr. McKean's method of making aluminum plates places them on an equality with sold. Rev. Wm. Papenkansen is the new pastor at the Wilken church thirteen miles north of the city. A poetoffice has been ordered estab lished at Bosenbery, Platte county, with Eak Peterson postmaster. Hear Robert Mclntyre on the 17th of this month, the opening number of the High school lecture course. We are still giving away a handsome rug with every carpet or linoleum bought from us. The Fair, Eleventh street. E. H. Funk and family moved into their fine new dwelling-house in the Evans addition, the first of last week. Standard Fashion Sheets are fur nished by J. H. Galley. October supply just received. Call and get one. Mrs. W. S. Jay will have an opening of everything worth having in millinery on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 4 and 5. Attend. E. von Bergen returned Friday night from Chicago and Omaha, where he had been two weeks purchasing goods for the winter trade. t The largest stock of fine clothing ever seen in Columbus is being opened up this week at Hart's, Thirteenth street clothing house. 2 John J. Galley and Wm. Newman started this Tuesday for CheyenneyWyo., and will probably investigate the situa tion at Wheatland also. It is occasionally plainly evident that winter is approaching, and that the kindling and fuel will be a good conven ience to have close at hand. Mat Mullen, taken to the Norfolk hospital about a year ago, and recently ordered transferred to Hastings, was taken to the latter place Monday by Sheriff Byrnes. Robert Mclntyre will deliver his famous lecture, uButtoned-up-Peoplen on Thursday, the 17th. This lecture is one of his best, full of wit and pathos. It is sure to please. Drs. Newman & Dassler started this Tuesday morning on their route for the month, going into southern Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and home again during October. E. W. Gradoske and family left Tuesday for Wine Hill, Illinois, where Mr. Gradoske will teach the German Lutheran parochial school. Their many friends wish them well in their new home. H. E. Babcock is not inclined to boast loudly concerning the crop of pears at his place east of the city, but he simply states the fact that he gathered one very large pear from a tree planted two years ago. Seventy acres of hay land, two miles northwest of Columbus; it cut this year very nearly two tons to the acre. Will be divided into smaller tracts, if desired. Now for sale at Becher, Hockenberger Chambers'. G. Beeder and R W. Hobart hare entered into partnership in the practice of the law, and they will make a strong team, being attentive to business, indus trious and talented. C. A. Sanpack returned Moaday morning from Cheyenne, where he has been working this summer with Hogan's U. F. fence gang. He says it has been very cool there all summer with little rain and hail storms. George B. Graves, formerly of this city, later of Washington City, D. C.t is now business manager of the Sheridan, Wyoming, Daily Tribune. He is son of Wm. Graves cf this city, and deserves promotion right along. We have seen the frail infant when the faint straggle for existence seemed almost ended, resuscitated and made strong by the ase of WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. Price 25 cents. A. Heintz and Pollock A Co. E. D. Fitzpatrick says that the Ne braska soldiers at Cleveland, Ohio, form ed an interesting portion of the liae, one hundred old soldiers carrying red, white and blue umbrellas and wearing large silk badges representing the state. A. L. Bixby of the State Journal and Miss Laura A. Gregg, m singer of the woman suffrage headquarters, will hold a joint debate on the subject: -Resolved that the right of citizens to vote should not be denied or abridged on account of sex," at the Wosaam Suff rage convention at Lincoln in November. The patvy1 president, Mrs. Gait of New York, will address the convention and condnct a qneatioavbox. Dr.LwC.Tosa, Hnwimpsthir physi- CoIwjnbne.Neh. We have aosae new and very-nobby street hats. 'Mrs. W. S. Jay. 1 Anton Nelson and family of Leigh will shortly move into the dwelling to be vacated by J. Greisen. Herman Eersenbrock, jr, and Attor ney Berkley on Monday went to Nance eonnty to hunt for a week. The beautifying of arms and hands is described in the September Designer. This magazine is for sale by J. H. Galley. Bmmsmmr Goods, wrappers, etc. Bargains, Great Bargains at E. D. Fitzpatrick 'a the White Front dry goods store. Wm. Schilz makes boots and shoes in the best styles, and uses only the very best stock that can be procured in the market tf C. K. Davies goes today to Newton, Iowa, to attend a large sale of thorough bred cattle, expecting to return Sat urday next. Dr. Terry, the eminent Eye-Sight Specialist and Expert Optician of Oma ha, will be at A. Brodfuehrer's store, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 4th and 5th. Eyes examined free. 2 Bev. Luce, the new pastor of the Methodist church, delivered his first sermon Sunday morning. He comes from one of the Omaha churches and is highly spoken of as a pastor. Brodfuehrer has purchased, for his own satisfaction and the accommoda tion of his customers, a navy chronome ter worth $200, which is regarded as the most perfect time-keeper in existence. Lsdies, here is an item in millinery that's worthy of your attention. You can buy a French fur felt hat for the same money yon will pair elsewhere for a common wood felt. See them at J. C. Fillman's. tf Bev. Sudbrock, formerly of Duncan, goes to West Point the coming year, and Bev. Kneck of South Omaha succeeds him here, preaching in this city every Sunday at 2:30 p. m., in the United Brethren church. The question with ladies of Colum bus and vicinity as to where they will find the latest and beet in millinery, will be answered for them if they will attend Mrs. Jay's fall opening Friday and Sat urday of this week. 1 Miss Alice Lath and Miss Anna Becker gave a 6 o'clock supper to a number of friends Saturday evening, in honor of Prof. Campbell of Humphrey and Mr. Houder of Bock Island, EL, who were in the city. The first number of the High School Reflector for the coming year, came to our table Monday. The little magazine presents a very neat appearance under the editorship of Messrs. Neumarker & Early, members of the Senior grade. A little girl, bareheaded, came into the heart of the city Thursday and inquired where the fire-bell was. When asked what she wanted with the fire-bell, she answered that a neighbor boy's kitten was lost, and she wanted to ring thebelL Bev. Weed and family left Monday for Nevada, Mo., where they will make their future home. The new pastor of the Episcopal church, Rev. Mills of Ashland, cannot be here for about a month. He will bring with him a family of six children. Corn-h'nskerslBprained wrists, barbed-wire cuts, burns, bruises, severe lac erations and external injuries of any kind are promptly and happily cured by applying BALLARD'S SNOW LINI MENT. Price 25 and 50 cents. "A. Heintz and Pollock & Co. F. Brodfuehrer, Julius Ernst, W. T. Ernst, Dr. Tiesing, Fritz Fluckinger, Werner Schupbach and Wm. Kersen brock started Sunday with a covered wagon, two buggies and complete camp ing paraphernalia for a two weeks' out ing in Wheeler county. Two sales of land near the city were negotiated by H. E. Babcock last week, and the tracts are to be put under irri gation: forty acres from J. M Gondring to Mrs. Adolph Jseggi, $42.50 an acre; forty acres from Ed. J. Morrow to Leo pold Jaeggi, at $45.00 an acre. Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Lisco and little son returned home a week ago Saturday from their several months' trip to their old home in Ireland. They had an enjoyable trip, but in going over expe rienced one of the worst storms on the ocean for years, almost tearing the ves sel to pieces. Happiness depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys. The ills of life make but little impres sion on those whose digestion is good. You can regulate your liver and kidneys with HERBLNE and enjoy health and buoyancy of spirits. Price 50 cents. A. Heintz and Pollock & Co. Miss Hedwig Schober, aged twenty years, died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schober, about 2 o'clock Sunday morning last of Bright's disease. Burial this Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock, services at the Catholic church. The family have lived here nearly nineteen years, coming from Roemerstadt, Maehren, Austria. The family have the sincere sympathy of all in their bereavement. The Wood River Interests claims that a state exchange is advocating the organization of a society for the preven tion of cruelty to vegetation. That 'a right; it should be done. Just think of digging the eyes out of the potatoes, pulling the ears from corn, eating the heads of cabbage, pulling'the beards out of rye, threshing wheat, cutting the heart out of a tree, spilling the blood of a beet, tearing the akin off a peach, breaking the neck of a squash, scalding the lettuce, quartering the apple, squeez ing the lemon and many other outrages. At Brodfuehrer's jewelry parlor in this city Thursday last, by Bev. Wm. Papenkansen, George ScheideL sr., of Platte Center and Mies Dorothy Goehry were married. The Platte Center Signal says: "Miss Goehry is a sister of Fritz Goehry, who lives west of. town. Miss Goehry arrived from Germany last week, bat was not a stranger to Mr. ScheideL he having known her before coming to America. The bride and groom drove home last evening, and about nine o'clock a crowd of the boys congregated at their home to give them an 'entertainment, bat were not allowed to continue long as George did the right thing' by them and they dispersed, wishing him and hie all Ikiadn of hsppisees and good lack." A "stitch in tise saves mine," and a ef BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP, at tk beginning of a cold will save yon stany weary hoars and even days of distressing and harassing cough. Price 25 and 50 cents. A. Heintz and Pollock V Co. Some newspapers who published a report to the effect thai Chancellor Andrews of the Nebraska State Univer sity had, in a lecture at the University of Chicago, tanght that under soase cir cumstances lying ia jnetziable, are now asked by him to say that the report is not tme, and that the very opposite in his opinion and his teaching. Material m being placed on the prem ises for the construction of n sidewalk north and east of the new brick stores on Eleventh street, being completed for L Glnck. The north side will be fur nished with a sidewalk of cement, and twelve feet wide uniform with the side walks west in the same block. That on the east side will be six feet wide and of vitrified brick. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Echols entertain ed a few friends last Tuesday evening for Rev. Yost of Schuyler who was on his way home from Wayne. The occa sion partook somewhat as a farewell to Rsr. Corey who started for his new work in Pennsylvania on Thursday. Rev. Powers, former pastor here, was also present, being on his way home to Lin coln from conference. mi. wa r - xne noDinson-aonniag concert in the Congregational church last Wednesday-Evening was one of the best musical recitals, ever given ia the city. The usual formality was entirely missing and Mr. Robinson kept the audience in good humor by his conversational speeches between songs. Classical, popular and old familiar songs comprised the excellently-rendered program. The experiment stations here and there in the territory subjected to the long-heated term of this season are call ing attention to the fact of immaturity of much of the corn crop, and its conse quent unfitness for seed another year. A good plan is to have at husking time, a separate box in the wagon, and into it throw the most perfect ears. Then put these where freezing and thawing cannot take place. It does not pay to plant poor seed. Our new sanple line of car pets and linoleims are here. We show the latest patterns of all grades of earpets and onr prices are the lowest of any house in the city. A handsome rui free with erery carpet or linolenn; amounting to $15 or over. Before purchasing gire ns a call No extra charge for sewing carpets. The Fair, Eleventh street. 2 Prof. E. E. Blackman of Boca was in the city Monday between trains on his way home from Genoa, where he had been hunting for Indian relics. He se cured many valuable pieces to be loaned to the State Historical society. Among them were: Mrs. F. L. Horton, beads and pipe; M. A. Elliott, box of relics from a grave; Mrs. Hannah Larson, large Hint, fine piece of pottery, showing orna mentation, and a pipe; Mr. Wright, pipe, axe, etc.; and Mr. Joseph Coffin will send a collection valued at $500. Mr. Blackmail iff very enthusiastic over his "finds" in this locality. The teachers of the city, together with the school board, gave a reception Friday evening at the home of J. H. Galley, president of the board, for Prof. W. M Kern, only the teachers, members of the school board and their wives being present The High school orchestra furnished music, Prof. Garlichsand Miss Ethel Galley rendering special selections. The evening was spent in playing games and the absence of the usual amount of dignity displayed demonstrated the fact that the profession of teaching keeps the heart young. Supper was served and the crowd dispersed at a late hour. J. C. Wilckens, the aged man who lives in. the north part of the city, wan dered away from home Saturday after noon. He had started for Yogel's res taurant on an errand and seemed to be suffering from mental aberration, for he lost his way and wandered several miles east of town. The family searched for him until about 9 o'clock, when the fire bell was rung and called out volunteers to continue the search. About 200 men responded to the calL C. S. Easton was among the first and succeeded in tracing him td a corn field on the Lawrence farm, where Mr. Wilckens was found and persuaded to return home. He is 1 1 years old. The annual Platte County Sunday school convention was held in this city last Saturday and Sunday. There were very few delegates sent from over the county but good crowds attended all the sessions. R. H. Pollock of Lincoln addressed the audience Saturday after noon and evening, and Sunday evening Rev. Lowrie of Lincoln delivered the address of the evening. Besides these the program consisted of home talent. Officers elected for the ensuing year were: A. u. Koir, faleabne, president; H. J. Hudson, vice president; Mrs. C C. Sheldon, secretary; E. von Bergen, treas urer; Miss Bertha Zinnecker, primary work and C. W. Talbitzer superintend ent of normal work. Pierson- Smith, youngest son of Pieraon D. Smith, St. Edward, while breaking a colt Monday of last week, was carried by him under a tree, Pier son's head striking against a solid branch of the tree throwing him violently to the ground, where he was found a few min utes after, unconscious. The Advance says: "Dr. Ireland was summoned at once. A brief examination was sufficient to show that the injuries were of a very dangerous nature and Drs. Evans, Mar tyn, Gear and Dr. Dave Martyn of Columbus, were called by telegraph and a special train brought them to St. Edward about eight o'clock that evening. -The skull had received a linear fracture from temple to temple and was depressed, causing convulsions. An operation was performed about midnight by trephining. After the pressure was removed the" patient rested quietly, and-from reports Wednesday afternoon, the doctors in charge expressing strong hopes of the patient's recovery." WA5TED-SETCBAL FEBSOSS OF CHAB acter and good repntatioa in each state (one ia this coaatr required) to represent aad adrertise old established wealthy oasiaess house of solid fiBrial staadinc Salary Tfl. weekly with ixpeaaw adrtitinaal. all payable ia cash each ayauect rroet neea oaacee. aoneaaa nnrished -rhrm nnra EaclessasUaddtassedstaarosdi r, as Caxtca aatiUiac Chios TaWTl The October Designer shows a bridal toilette, not ex travagant, but very charming nevertheless. Patterns for bridal drosses can always be had in onr paper pattern department. THESE ARE THE ALWAYS RELIABLE STANDARD PATTERNS. 505 Eleventh. RRfJ Lost, either on Hammer, Tenth or Lincoln street as far north as the High school building, two regular membership tickets to the Lecture course, worth two dollars, and belonging to the High school lecture committee. Finder will please leave tickets at Thk JotmxAi. office. In anaemia and most women's ail ments the digestion is weak, the making of color, flesh and strength oat of food, is imperfect so that the patient is weak, wan, nervous and dyspeptic. This con dition can be corrected by taking a course of HERBLNE. Price 50 cents. A. Heintz and Pollock & Co. Bin. E. F. Merrill gave a party Fri day afternoon at her home for her Sun day school class of the Baptist church. Twelve girls were present to enjoy a frolic. One of the interesting souvenirs of the occasion was a present brought all the way from Japan by Miss Anna Buzzell, a returned Baptist missionary. l?nh m'rl was iriven a little niece of wood about as large as a pin and told to float it on water. When the wood be came wet the little piece formed itself into all sorts of shapes such as flowers, pigs and innumerable articles. Mrs. Merrill had been given the peculiar pieces by her friend. Miss Buzzell, who visited here last spring. C. P. R. Williams, deputy TJ. S. rev enue collector, was in the city Friday, which is nothing very unusual with him, because business often calls him here; this time he had an altogether different appearance than the ordinary. He had evidently been exposed to something besides the ordinary dealings of Uncle Sam's collectors with the people who use a government license. His bronzed appearance was due to a late outing at lake Ericsson in company o! G. W. Brown of Cedar Rapids, a pair of nim rods and disciples of Isaak Walton, who could enjoy tent life about as well as the next pair, even though Nebraska breezes blow hard, and the sun darkens the faces while prospecting for food. Miss Mabel Getts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Getts, and Mr. David Boyd were married last Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's par ents, Rev. G. W. Corey officiating. The wedding march was played by Miss Clara Lathup of Osceola. After the ceremony the guests, who numbered about fifty, were treated to a bountiful supper. The happy couple began housekeeping at once in their new home in Highland park. The out of town guests to the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Drennan of New Sharon, Iowa; Mrs. Sarah Narver, Los Angeles, Cal.; G. O. Burns, Stuart, Neb.; Mrs. N. M. John son, Madison; Miss Clara Lathup, M. C. Burns, Cloyd Burns, Lulu Burns, Mrs. B. F. Brown, Mrs. Dr. H. M. Mills, all of Osceola. We have learned from Engineer Harry Riley the cause of the frequent delay on the cannon ball which thun ders in and out of here some four times every day. Harry says for instance last Wednesday his fireman had two extra hard boiled eggs in his lunch basket which loaded the train down too heavily and as a consequence he was an hour and a half late. This reminded us of a story Conductor Compton told us not long ago. He said they were awful late one day, and as he passed through the train taking tickets, a fond mother had a boy old enough to husk corn and pre sented a half fare ticket for him. He protested that the boy was too old for half fare rates, when she declared that her darling was entitled to half fare when she started. He rode. Another time he told how a woman insisted that her son should ride on half fare because he was a twin. Fullerton Post. Charles T. Miner is carrying his left arm in a sling, having suffered a fracture of the radius a little below the elbow at the recent encampment near Omaha, when the horse under him, touched by a spur, jumped straight up into the air instead of dodging sideways, and landing Charles, head and shoulder, on the ground. He went three blocks after the horse and caught him, not knowing until after he got to the hospital that his arm was fractured. Charley thinks he would have kept his place on the horse, but the saddle was a hired one, and the girth defective. He was brigade bugler. Mr. Miner has just received from a friend copies of Eng?ih newspapers, the Her ald and the Gazette, published at Yoko hama, Japan, Aug. 24, 1901. They have somewhat the appearance of London newspapers of thirty years ago, except that the advertisements far ontmessure the news and the comments combined. Transportation companies make up a good portion of the advertising patron age. About the oddest thing in the way of an advertisement is dog feed for sale cheap damaged rice. There are thousands of people, suff ering untold torture from piles, because of the popular impression that they can not be cured. TABLEP.'S BTJCK EEE PILE OINTMENT will cure them and the patient will remain cured. Price 50 cents in bottles. Tabes, 75 easts. A. Heiata and Pollock Co. BRIDAL DRESS St. j Special AhertisiBg ?nm. Z THURSDAY THE SCtfe, we arc authorized to place H on sale, a case of snt Prists at 31c Worth 6c Aad a new liaeof Imported These are introductory sale one week at these prices. ...STRUCK IT RICH... eB- We caught a traveling man who wanted to sell his m - samples of flNE CHINA and CUT GLASS. We s9 bought the whole lot, and will sell them at bargain prices. Sf They are beauties better supply yourself now. 2 F F. H. LAMB & CO. 444444444444444444444444444444444 Here We Are With lOjully PSSJSJ f S SBSl IR. TE f-z- BBSSSSSSaBnasBknv .Baaaw-saSSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaS aBBBV-BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT BBBar x - lBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBP --r BBSBaBBaaaa9"BBBBBBBaV" -VaVaaaaaaalBn ysaaaaaaaaW';2Bai SSfcanBSsafBfap Fremont - Normal - School and Commercial Institute, COURSES OF STUDY. 13 different courses from which to select your work, better courses or better instruction. MASSES. The school for the masses. No examination on entry. Can enter at any time. Text books rented. In this item we save our students enough money to pay car fare 200 miles. OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED. State Superintendent Fowler recognized the school, July 15, 1901. Can issue State Certificates, good for 2 years, 3 years and life. PHARMACY COURSE. The best and most complete in the west. State recognition. Ex pense much leas than in other schools. Students may devote their entire time or take other work in connection without extra coat. COMMERCIAL COURSE. Thorough, practical and up-to-date. Actual business the entire yev. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. No school offers equal advantages. A six m""frs scholarship for 330.00, and if we have not secured a position, yoa can stay one moath longer free of charge. MUSIC COURSE. Piano, Organ, Violin, Mandolin, Voice aad Harmony. Rat rU tra. 2i. Z, 13d. Statd A3 Sex. Ssr. 12. 38. Rat Titter Tn, .'ia. 3. 13ZZ. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. OSTEOPATHY. The science of osteopathy although comparatively new yet, is one that accomplishes wonders and we moat respectfully urge you to investigate, and to this end we will be very glad to fur nish anyone so desiring with literature treating on the subject. All known cur able diseases both acute and chronic are successfully treated by this wonder ful science' and who have been pro nounced as incurable by other methods I have responded easily to this system. Only curable cases are accepted by us; if yours is not one amenable to our method of treatment we will frankly tell yoa so, and if we can benefit you to any . - - extent we will also inform you of the COLUMBUS. HEBBe KESwaS Kid Glim it 79c Worth $1.25. prices and will only be on Our Coal Wagon ! We are delivering; ra. Hare) Coaleither Seraaira w Lehigh for $10.50 per toi. The best rooking stare aha! range eoal always en hand. Threshers aid farmers are iaTited to call mad select frejm oar large stock: of STEAM COAL. C. A. SPEICE. THE EMINENT EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST and Expert Optician, of 1607, 1609, Douglas st Omaha, will be at my store Friday aad Sat urday, Oct. 4 aad 5. Two days only. Consult the Doctor about your eyes. Consultation and Examina tion Froo ! No school offers W. H. GLEMMONS, raaMont. fact. We charge nothing for either con sultation or examination. If you are afflicted call and learn our opinion on your case. A lady operator in charge of ladies' department. O. P. Mkxxs. D. O. Omce, Fourteenth street, first door west of Methodist church. Spatial late Tin TTi Indiana aad Ohio Home visitors ex cursionsOn sale Sept. 17-24, Oct. 1-8. One and one-third fare for the round tnp. Good for return 30 days from date of sale. W. H. Bzxhax, Agent; Ton ana nmj blank farm leases at Txx Jotrnxix osace. good form, two for , (5 seats; ire fee 10 o o w o o o a o a o oH , o O I o o . e e f: ..'