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i QUALITY GUARANTEED.
jF . Perfo, Malted Breakfast Food, regular price 15c sale price 10c
All package Coffee.
20 lbs. Granulated Sugar.
9 bars Iienox Soap ..
8 bars White Russian and Diamond C
Power, flaked breakfast food, 12c package J
Saurkraut, 31b. can
Unrivalled Baking Powder, 25c can
K. C. Baking Powder, 25c can
Calumet "
10c
$1.00
25c
25c
10c
7c
20c
20c
20c
FanGu'Jartf Inert aH FlwrPt6alt.
An excellent opportunity to supply your wants at greatly re
duced prices in this line, just when you need to house your flowers.
Jardinere and Pedestal very handsome worth $6.00 sale price $4.50
Jardineres handsomely decorated
verv handsome
2.00
1.50
1.40
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Many New Bargains Every Day.
WATCH FOR THKIff.
HULST & ADAMS,
11th Street
Both Telephones 26.
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NOV. 1st
NOV. 1st
CREDIT TO CASH
As we announced last week we will on
and after Nov. 1st, sell for cash only. As
we gave you substantial reasons wherein the
benefit of this change will be mutual, we
give below a comparison of cash prices with
credit prices of a few items which will con
vince our customers the saving that can be
made by the change. The prices quoted are
for goods we have always sold and not pur
chased for the occasion.
CREDIT PRICE CASH PRICE
Granulated Cane Sugar 17 lbs. for $1.00 20 lbs.
Srap, "White Russian or Diamond C 6 hire for 25c 8 bars
Silk Soap, n'o better made 6 bars for 25c 9 bars
Fern Soap 9 bars for 25c 10 bars
Xaon, Arbuckles. or 4X Coffee. per p'kg 12Jc 10c
Soda, Schilling's or Grays per p'kg 10c 5c
Fancy Japan Tea per lb. 40c "35c
Tomatoes, standard per can 10c 9c
' " 12c 10c
' extra standard " 15c 12ic
" Monarch, best packed " 18c 15c
Triumph Early June Peas " 10c 9c
Grant Peas, Monarch " 15c 12c
Cocoanut, Schepp's lb. p'kg 20c 15c
Baker's Chocolate lb. cake 20c 15c
Baker'? Cocoa lb. tin 25c 22c
Lye. Lewis per can 10c 8c
Lye, Rex ! " 10c 6c
Best Corn Starch 1 lb. p'kg 10c 6c
Best Gloss Starch " 10c 6c
Gelatine, Monarch per p'kg 15c 12ic
Mince Meat, Monarch " 10c 8c
Condensed Cream. Monarch per can 15c 12$c
Milk " ' 15c 12c
Vinegar, pure apple cider .per gallon 30c 25c
Currants, Thanksgiving lib. p'kg 12c 10c
Heintz Queen Olives per bottle 25c 20c
Yeast Foam per p'kg 5c 4c
Uneeda Biscuit ' 5c 4c
Zu Zu Snaps " 5c 4c
Baking P'der Monarch pure cream tr'trl lb. can 50c 40c
Hunt's perfect .1 lb. can 25c 20c
Schillings J. lb. can 50c 40c
Horseshoe Tobacco .per lb. 50c 45c
GRAYS'.
Both Telephones 27.
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af Oatabar, aad yat
npanma; tnawoaw ara oaaw taaaa troai
Tinat in taa viaiaity.
Giaataatof aUaiab
at Kiawoaaar. Saa axwda on diaalay
in aortaaaat wiadow.
Dan Ecaola kaa a poaition in tba
ooaaty traaaarara oaVa, aad Bagaa aia
work taara Moaday aiaraaic.
Miai Julia Fozwaa aaabla to attand
kar dntiai in tka tlapaoaB oflos part of
onaocoantof
Ebar Sautk, who kaa basn kardicfr
in waatarn atataa dorina; tha anm-
; ia aow at work in Salt Lake City.
A gold watch rained at $35 goes at
tka greatest of grab aaka at Niawokaar'a.
Saa Bortkeaat window for diaplay of
goods.
Wax Sebik aaakaa koota aad akosa
in tke best atylaa, aad aaaa only tkerery
best stock tkatoaaka proearad in tka
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In the meantime, follow tka crowd
to E. D. Rtzsatock's, the White Front
Dry Goods Stare, aad saa' what yoa can
gat for yoar asoaey.
The Albion Argae aaya: "P. A.
Kraoae's sixtk girl arrired Wadaaaday,
bat it was a boy like all tka rest so Dr.
Thompson isamta."
The marriaga kaaa of Jasaas Haaey,
jrand Miss Alsaa Sagalka, daaghter of
Chirks Ssgalke, were annooneed in the
Catholic ckarch Sanday aioming.
-ay tha test Tka Tryker Piaaa
leads them all in conatraetaoe, iniah,
dorability and prioa. Sold on monthly
payments. Aaditoriam Maaie Co.
Miss Sarah Baker.aiater of Mrs. J.
E. Erakina, retarned last weak from
Yankton, Soatk Dakota, and expects to
make kar kome kere with he
Irs E. Gates of taia vicinity has been
aamed to eerre on the grand jury at the
Norember term of the United States
district court which will cooTene in
Omaha.
H. G. Parson of this city is extra
good at rifle shooting, holding the cham
pionship at tka local gallery here, his
record beiag 166 straight hits at dock
tirgats.
The first complete oar load of poul
try, 45,000 bead, whiek kaa bean shipped
from Colomboa, waa pat ia tka ear last
Friday by Joan Sraatockef aad E. F.
Yoankin, and billed to California.
Harry Byan, who kaa been in Wyo
ing the past summer, retaraed last week
to Colnmbas and will resaaia kere dar
ing the winter. In tkeaariagke expects
to locate permanently in Colorado.
Mrs. Parry Loshbaugh stepped on a
rusty nail Tharsday which nearly want
through the foot. The limb within a
akort time after was swollen to the knee,
and she has suffered much from it
The Catholic eharch people of Dun
can are mating arranasaaents for the
purchase of a pipe organ, which they
expect to hare in place soon. The in
strament will be a good one and a credit
to the eharch.
The Humpkrey Leader, (democrat)
in speakiag of Jadge HoUenbeck gives
his leaideaee aa Colnmbas. Brother
Herbas skoald gat better acqaainted
with his candidates Jadge HoUenbeck
was aerer a resident of this eity.
Tkaraday night the hsBTJaat frost of
the aaaaon nipped flowers and Tines tkat
had not before been affected by lighter
frosts. Many plants aave bloomed oon
tinaoaaly, aad tka kardy flowers ware not
affected to any exteat aatfl Tharadsy.
H. ffeiswin held the lneky ticket
No. 8734, which drew the store at Grays'
last Saturday. Several haadrad people
ware waiting on the sliest for tke hoar
appointed, and tke good natarad crowd
to enjoy tka excitement of the
Tke coal dealers aaya tkat kard coal
will be plentiful tka winter, bat tkat
there is bow a ehortage of soft coal It
is thoaght, however, that after the rail
road companies have tke grain delivered
to sjarkat tkat tkeaoal eapoly win be
sll that coald be
Mr. aad Mrs. Will Davis retaraed
Wadaaaday from Iaacola where tkey
took their six weeks old bake to be
aponattkeCoQsgeTiewSaai
Tke iintinii n aaiinsaaTal
aad tke child "will be left there a few
tke
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Nov. S to 30, 19Q&
WANTED, Live ageats to esll Dr.
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Bead ite far sample (half priceX Write
awiek. Tka Dr. White Tlieliii Oemb
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Prat. Kara atsaadad tka atatsaaao
tsaiiaaai m T isn Friday. Tke mast-
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Tkey tell aa they have tka
at tka Tkaratoa Aaaax. Aay doabts?
AakEaUy. tf
Dr. MeKaaaw method of
plates
equality witk gold.
Garlaad'a "Wonder of tke Age,"
gmaraatasd to hold fire 24 hoars baras
alack. Sold only by Eaaton.
M.Watkiaa,wko has bssaoonkaed
to has bed for ten
ported Monday as ei
Jos Stovieak has baaa given tka
position of Bight engiaear at tka water
works station and began work Moaday.
"Piano tuning." Mr. Earl C. Brisk,
the reliable piano taner, will be ia
Columbus Nor. 16th, aad
era! days.
Wanted, a good girl for
boose work. Apply at J. H. Gallsyv
dance, corner of Fiftssatk aad Mar-
7
Dr. Palmer of Bancroft waa tka
guest of Bar. Cash over Suaday, aad
preached in the Epiacopal eharch both
morning aad evening.
Prof. Floyd Gail, principal of tha
Silver Creek schools, accompanied by
three other teachers af that place, visited
the Golumbas eehools on Friday.
Mrs. Peter Elantachy of Daneaa is
in a very critical condition aa a result of
a stroke of paralysis last weak. Ska ia
an old aettler aad nearly 70 years old.
The High school and business eol
lege foot ball teams played a practice
game Saturday. The resalt
of 29 to 0 in favor of tke High eckooL
Carpenters Union No. 1201.
lar meetings every Satarday night. Vis
iting brothers invited. E. J. Scott
president; Chas. Wurdsmaa, financial
secretary.
The Grand Island and Cotambas
High achool foot ball game which waa to
have been played next Satarday in Grand
Island has been called off by the boys of
that'town.
Word has been received here an
nouncing the death last Wednesday of
Mrs. A. H. Ives formerly of Colnmbas,
later of Carlson, Iowa. She was 64 years
old at the time of her death.
Marriage licenses warn issued dariag
the past week to the following aamed
parties: A. G. Layton aad Lottie B.
Pace, both of Humphrey; & Mittra and
Julia Barniach both of Cotambaa.
Charles Deck moved into aia aew
home last weak which he recently pur
chased from B E. Jonas, and
Robinson who occupied tha pi
moved to the reaidance of Dr.
Homer
reausat ass
Bar. Lace has made
to preach every otker Suaday
in the Richland Methodist church, dar
ing the winter months He will deliver
his first sermon there next Sanday.
Win. Snyder lost a valuable Jersey
milch cow Satarday. She harems
entansied in a rope with the result of a
broken leg, which injarsd kar so badly
that they were compelled toekoot her.
The first issue of the Silver Creak
Sand, edited by D. F. Davis, reached
oar table today. It is a creditable,
newsy little paper pabliehed ia book
form and will no doabt meet the ap
proval of its patrons.
Tke Woman's Home Companion for
November is, as usual, fall of good
things. Beauttfmlly fllaatratad, with
charming stories, it is always wsleosaed
in the home. Yoa can procure
any news dealer for 10c
The Gray Mercantile Co. oaN
bar 1st will discontinue tke credit
ness and esll only for cash. Bead
advertisement this weak wkere tkey will
show yoa by comparison tke earing ia
paying cash over tke old credit way of
doing business.
Willie, the eleven weeks old son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Warniek, died last
Tuesday from catarrh. Tke fnaeral ser
vice waa held Wednesday artaraooa aa
tke United Brethren eharch. Bar. Lokr
officiating, and tke remains were laid to
rest in tke Colombaa cemetery.
Homer Bobiaaoa of tkis eity
parchased the kardware aad furaitare
store of Oieoa k. Ekmaa of Newman
Grove, and aa keiaaaaaaof goodbaai
neas.jadgment aad a kaatlar, will ao
doabtdo wall taara. H away
will wish aim. abuadaat
Mike Savage kaa moved to hie
Uy parchased home, tka
property of Mrs. J. D. Brewer. Mr.Bat-
of Hampkrey moved Iris fssaily
Moaday and will eeeapy tke raa
vstttedbyMrSavage. Mr.
tertontxavaki for tka J.LC
Tke laaaaa af tka maairil aaaart
meat of tka Wemaaa dab, apoa iavita
tioa, apaat last Taeeday ftafassa at
tka eoantry laaiilaaiis of Mm HaJatr,
aortkeastoftowa. Secad saaass kecped
to peas the time, aad before the pat tiai
paals islaiaiil In Isn litj. lafieamaasai
asvwa yoaag suja givssg isasr avar-
aigkt aad ladgad hi jafi. Tkey waaa
they elaamad wara aa Omaaa. Tka
sokes keld them kata, bwt aa ao aaaaarj
ao isnsiisi is regard to them aad aa
eaamaey at tka jsil, saaaaag aa aamai
aapsaae as saa mmj. xmi aamaa
art af tka
Batk ara wortfcy, aaajpataat mea tar tka
will
-M.E.Damaiagfwho
tka Beeeroft dry gaods staeksi saold
aattlar of Polk oaaaty.
t af Shelby, aad kaa aaaay
oagtheold
Mr. Oaaaiag hm
af tka property. The
toauatiaae to
OnC( tBaamUT Wmm&tm
Oalambwatkaiikraaa.
A kaaaa taleat play wfll be
ahoat tares weeks aader tha.
t of A. B.Tomaoa
of tbeCblambae city library. Farther
of the plans will U given
later. As tke library is aatirely for tke
was of the paklie, it ia expected tkat tka
itertsiameat will he liberally patroa
ed by the Colambaa people.
Five of tka tsanhara from Oasaola
ted tka Colambaa aehoola Moaday.
This ie the sseoad time within oae week
tkat neigkboriag towns have aaat their
to Colambaa to visit our sckool
syateai, tke tespkars from Silver Creek
eoming Friday. Tkoae from Osceola
teadaat Stothower, Mrs.
Baara, Mrs. Nixoa, Miss West aad Mies
Joy.
George Fairekild waa in
Wedseaday aad Tkaraday of
attending tke grand lodge of Odd Fel
lows of the state of Nebnaks. Mr. Fair
ekild waa appoiated grand kar aid, oae of
the twelve eaaees ia the graad lodge.
This is the third tisss an cases has basn
held in the higher order by a Colambaa
sare ahoat five Bandied
from different pacta of tka
t. ,
of tka city are kaviag a war
between tkeaesnhrea, aad from present
indieatioaa tha trouble mayeoatinae for
aometjmo. Tka eat Btpriess bagaa over
a week ago, and in last weeks iasaeof
Tax Jovxhal tka Gray Mercantile Co.
made the annoaaeement tkat after
Norember 1, tkair satire buataess would
be coadacted oa a cask baaia. It is net
at all improbable that otker stores in the
eity will aooa follow tha eame systeax
We have a few copies of the eity
ordinaaeas, bound in leather, that we
will dispose of at a reasonable price.
These books were prated ia 1866 by
Tarn Jotnoux compiled by the. late C A.
Wooaley under the direction of tke eity
council, aad ia tke last printed work
gotten out by tke eoaaeil. The book ia
valuable to aay oae ia any way eoaneet
ed with the city government We have
but a limited namber. See them at
this
Tke Genoa Times saya that
Hannah Wsstins, throagh kar attorneys,
Boss Bros. Bead, has roamteared an
aetioB in the district eoart against the
village of Oaaoa for $100. claiming
physical iajaries to tkat amoanL Tka
plaiatHf allagaa that eke waa injured by
falliag into a ditek oa tha streets of
Geaoa late last fall, whiek had bean
excavated. It is understood that tke
hoard will employ aa attoraey and fight
the esse to a finish.
Mrs. Martha & Gielow, who gave a
recital here Monday evening ander the
assiees of tha High school athletie or
ganizatiooa, met with the favor of those
who keard ker. The faitkfolness aad
devotion of tke old black "mammy'' of
tka aoath as a aarse was portrayed in a
way to bring forth both tke pathetic aad
tke haajaroaa aide of aegro life ahoat
the time of tke civil war. Ms. Gielow
recited her own literary prodaotioae aad
the aonga wkack ake saagwere of kar
own eompositioB aad writing.
Mrs. Robert MeCray, Irriag ia tke
aorth part of the eity, on Satarday
moraiag last sast witk a peealiar acei
deat She left tke koaae raaaing into
tke street to attract tke attention of tke
driver of a meat wagon to give him an
order for tha aooaday sseal, when ake
stopped into aa aaevaa place in the
groaad, fell heavily, hreaMisg the right
arm jast below the elbow. Dr. Martyn
waa called aad rednead tke fraetare, bat
it will be aeveralwaaka kafore ake will
keabletoattead her keaaakold daties.
Pater Sakautt, tha aullar of Shell
creek, royally eatertsiaed from three to
five kaadrad iavited gaests at aia kome
A great many leading mer-
of tke city, tagathar with people
tka pleaeaat
Mrs. pkmitt prepared aa elaborate
spread far all present, tables beiag est
aa tka laws aad in tke koaae where
aassja wara sarvaa aanag taa afteraooa
aad imaiag Prnmiaeat mea ia tka
aart af ealeeaatmmef tka ccasplataoa af
n irtkaw part ia aad aroaad aia mffl.
Tka falls a mi frem tka Iaaaaaa
Jowraal wiO be af interest to tka Gakaav
Mr. Carrie dariag kas atayia tkat city.
Ha waa eaaaleyed kyMr. Baardaley far
several meatka: -Joka Carrie, wke
yeaas age by strntsag astataeof Akra
yaara. Heieaewa iiiiilut of Blair aad
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east of tarn city, Mrs. Loaiea Heikel,
wife of flihart Haikal, Moaday morning
at 1 JO o'asoek, after an ilhMss of 24
with ksmorrhsgi of tke brain.
ras born in Oidenbcrg,
, 46 years ago, and eame to
aboat 1872. She waa married
to Mr. Heikel ia 188a Tke kuebead.
meaadfoaTdsaghtersareleftto
tkair loss of a loviag wife aad
Fanaral sarvicea will be keld
tkis Wednesday morning in tke Shell
church at 1030, Bar. Graaenborst
iBtarmaat will be made in
Luther aa cemetery.
Whoa tke aftaraoon
palliag into town from tke eaet Monday,
aaya tha Geaoa Leader, Fagiaar Riley
discovered an Tadiaa boy lying on the
ealvart jast below tke achool sslaap.
Tke aoy waa laying between the rail and
tbegwardrailof the culvert sad had be
aot kaaa awakeaed by the train he
woald aot have been injared, bat jast sa
tke pilot paaaad aim be raiaed his head
aad the step oa the engine struck him
on tke kead kaockiag kirn off tke cul
vert. Bat thea the train backed down
to pick ap bis ramaiaa, it aad already
picked itaslf ap aad waa limping off
toward tke achool baildings, ceasing the
train for distarhtng his slumbers.
Cila GtwNwS tf
H aWSwiTaplMwS
11H1S, EBESE HDS
in their season, and the many
other necessary articles which
make a first-class grocery
store, will be found : : at
HENRY RAGATZ ft GO
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Heary Labker traded his entire
of implements and baggies to
Loaia Latjekarms for a 200-aere farm in
Colfax eoanty aboat eight miles north
of BsBtOB. Part of tha farm was home
steaded ky Mr. Latjaaaraia' father and
is ia one of tke bast farming communi
ties in thai part of the state. Mr. Lab
ker gives immsdisrs possession of his
bat will ram sin in the city until
t apriag at least before moving to the
farm which be expects to make his home.
Mr. Lutjekarms needs ao introduction
to tkis community kaviag lived in the
city aad in Colfax eoaaty many years
and aia good basinem principles are well
kcowa to tkoae who have had dealings
with hiss. Mr. Labker retires from bas-
with tke best wishes of his many
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and the al
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you'll
be surprised
at the number
of fun-making games that can be
played The NovemberDEsiGNER
tells you all about it gives full
rules for the games and suggests
good things to eat in keeping with
the spirit of the hour
The Old Woman wa.
Lived ia Shoe
a play and drill for the wee folk,
is also given in this number
beautifully illustrated by Alabei
Humphreys.
The Designer to cents a number cents
ayesr-at our Standard Pattern Department.
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At tke graad lodge meeting of the
Odd Fellows sad Bebekake keld in Lin
coln last week the following officers were
sleeted. For the Odd Fellows: F. H.
Ellis of Laurel grand master; F. B. Car-
rick of Cosed, grand warden; L P. Gage
of Fremont, grand secretary; F. P.
Bryant of Omaha, graad traaaarer; O.
O. Sayder, representative. TheBebekaha
elected Mrs. Livingstone of Fremont,
president; Mrs. Carriek of Cozad, vice
president; Mies Lyan Satkerland of
Omaha, grand warden. The memorial
address was read by Past Graad Master
C A. Patterson of Omaha. In speaking
of the oldest Odd Fellow Mr. Patterson
said: "Henry J. Hadeon waa the oldest
Odd Fellow sad received his first im
prasrions in Manchester unity, London,
England, at the age of 18 years. He
eame to Nebraska in 1857 and located at
Colambua. He was received in the
American Independent Order of Odd
Fellows in 1874 aad became a member of
tke grand lodge in 1877. Hewasachris
tian gentleman aad mach tribute waa
paid to hie memory as a man. Hie fel
low towasmea spoke of him as a man
'active in motaoa, progressive in spirit,
ambitions, religious and generous.' He
was appointed postmaster at Columbus
and served hia fellow towasmen in a
moat satisfactory
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i sgsin demonstrated daring oar opening week. Hundreds
of satisfied customers are the best evidence of the merit of our
millinery in which excellent styles and low prices are the rul
ing sprits. You cannot afford to bay a hat before seeing our
display. Hundreds of the newest designs arriving continually.
I am in the millinery market every day, which enables me
to buy the new styles as fast as they come oat at prices
at about half what yoa woald pay elsewhere.
J.C.FILLMAN'S
Lawrence McTaggart writes from
Chefoo, Ckina, to his parents here, of hm
navy life, parte of whiek we quote, as we
know his Colambaa friends will be inter
ested in his experiences. The letter is
dated Sept. 12: "There is a big fleet here
aader 'Fightiag' Bob Evans, ss he is
called. We aave amaaements every day
in baaa ball games and boat races.
Today tke 'Wisconsin' raced with the
'Kentucky,' the former winning the
paras. We have jost-come in from tar
get practice, which we aave every six
moatks We alao had practice in rsscu
iag a man ovarboardl They time ue in
sewing how qaiek we can lower a boat
aad loscne the man. Tke weather here
is something like the states in the fall
hot in day time aad chilly at nights.
We aas Mexicaa money kere, aad a dol
lar ia worth aboat 48 cents in oar money.
No wonder a Ckiaamaa wko goes to
America can come back rick. We don't
aas aay koraas to speak of, tke people do
tka heavy work themselves. Tkey have
a rig that tkey eall a 'rigsehaw' end they
will all lineap along the dock when we
gooa shore aad try to gat aa to take a
ride, all aftaraoon for 30 cents. Ton
what we got to sat. Well, we have
aoap, giager-bread.
aa pretty good, espe
cially wkea wa are ia port, bat oat at
saa wa gat kard task qaite often. We
asm soak it ap ia ear coffee aad make a
easel oat ef it. There ia a big German
battle skip kere today, aad wa are goiag
to visit it. Tka Germaae are all right
witk tka bear, kat tkat ia eometkiag tke
Amarieaa skips am gaissf If yon are
drank er disorderly ar take 'booae' on
wfllkeaajtiatkejailfora
thertwaaawekavegettobecare-
faL Taa akiaa kere aave beads, sad we
." Lai
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Sept, SL eayiag they had
tkat they
tka straits, or iakaad sssa, aad
aave manse every evwaiag,
wrete a latter from Tokokonsa,
WE OFFER FOR
FALL WINTER SEASON
A VEBY COMPLETE LIXE OF
Men's and Boys' Clothing
rieaeman
Made in the best style, finest fit, at prices not any higher
than what others sell vou inferior goods for. We carrv
the largest line of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS at
a very low price. Our shoes all made up for us especially
by the foremost manufacturers of the country. A large
stock to select from for man, woman and child. You will
not run the risk of getting shoddy or shelf-worn goods if
you buv of us.
Shte Repairing Neatly and Prtmptli Dent.
Msehholz Bros.
411 Eleventh Street
Mr. aad Mrs. A. E. Hatson and F.E.
Strotber of Columbus were in Monroe
Wedseaday visiting relatives . . . Charles
Keiley bought the gas plant this week
aad is kaviag it hauled and put in con
dition for oae. The tanks have been
eleaaed aad pipes are being taken up
aad relaid.... Poles have been distrib
ated for a aew telephone line northeast
of town. This is the use that is to con
nect with Platte Center, and when com
pleted will add enough sabecribera to
ntke a list of one hundred patrons.
Moaroa Ropablicsn
Have yoa seen the Tunison atlas we
offeriagowr eabscribers? Ask to see
aad you will be convinced that yoa
it ia yoar home. Only 3&40 paye
lor oae of these large books sod a years
taTnJocssui.
DK. J. E. PAUL,
DENTIST.
Niwohar block, coraer 13th aad Olire
atmCa. CotaabM. Jfebr.
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Gas adimwis
tered far psis
less extractiaa
af teetk.
Reaidesce TIphoee L. St.
OCee Tefephoee A i.
When yon wish gaod. Beat, cleaa
kandaosaw work doae at tke bse of
Btiatiag, sail at Tarn Jocaam, aalss.
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