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Jr- X fe 'i I., C5V I HULST & ADAMS I A Few Special Prices That Speak Leud. QUALITY GUARANTEED. Perfo. Mai ceil Breakfast Food, regular price 15c sale price All package Corfee. '20 lb;. Granulated Sugar 9 bars Lenox Soap 5 bar White Euian and Diamond C Power, iiaked breakfast food, l'2hc package Saurkniut, -Jib. can Unrivalled Baking Powder. 2oc can K. C. Baking Powder. 25c can Calumet ' " " Fancy dardinere and Flower Ptt Sale. An excellent opportunity to supply your wants at greatly re duced prices in this line, just when you need to house your flowers. Tardinere and Pedestal very handsome worth S6.00 sale price S4.50 Jardineres handsomely d-corared " 2.0) 1.75 very hamlsome 1.50 " 1.25 1.40 ' 1.10 .75 u .65 " .45 " .35 Comnran Flower Pots always sold at k while they last at 2c c "4c, " 3c w " 6c, " 4c u 5c, " 6k 10c, ' 3k 125c, ' He Many New Bargains Every Day. WATCH FOR THEM. HULST k I lth Street. TWO HOURS 373 Wrappers and Petticoats to be sold in Two Hours. N Saturday. December 5, between the ivl hours of 1 and 3 o'clock, we will r give the people of Columbus and vicin ity another bargain opportunity; this time its in wrappers and petticoats. We sell the Sorosis petticoats and every one that has examined the line says they are the best styles, best finish, best materialsMercer ized Sateen, Morie Valours, Silks, etc. Wrappers are Made in the newest styles and with the full skirts, made of Simpsons and Sea Island Percales, Flannelettes. J I s & t n- $2jy, ie catchy rj le if Merrenzed "-atj-ea one hoar ;;nre Our 2JK rery swpu -rye of Mercenzwl ban-en 3ne 'ionr price Our $ijj) zanna Vaionn Jlerrenzeii Sateen one hoar pnci S1.98 82.75 S3.25 Week's End Sale, Saturday, Dec. 5 6 lib packages best Corn Starch, full weight 2W d lbs choice Japan Puce lor - 10 bars :anta Claus .Sjap for - GRAYS'. J)R. J. E. PAUL, DENTIST. Siewohner block, coraer 12th and Olixe) strsets, coinmnoa. eor. Gas adminis tered for fain less extraction of teeth. Eesldence Telephona L SL Office Telephone A 4. j ;i yyy 10c 10c $1.00 25c 25c 10c 7c 20c 20c 20c .x. 4 v A. A, A J - .. ADAMS, Both Telephones 26. Special Sale ! These Prises for 1 Hour Only PettiGoat Sale from 1 to 2 p. m. Oar a!c m:uii of zwh! quality of JIercenzel is-ita oce hoar prcct . . . Our Zr maili .joxi quality of Mercerized arwii on hoar prcct? Oar iLUO aiadt of ixxi ;nality of Mercensed Sut"n one hoar pricv Oar iU5 made of crxni qnaliry of Mercerized Jreii one hoar pnt Oar JLiO excellent .laality of Mercerized Sateen one hoar price Oar JLTj Sterlinjj quality of Mercerized Sateen one hoar price . .. Our L0C Srerlinr quality of 3Iercenzei Saten one hour pnee . . 39c 59c 79c 90c $1.19 $1.39 S1.69 Our J4.30 Morie Valour Mercerized Sateen one hour juct Our $3.00 silk in colors Mercerized Sateen one hoar price $3.98 $4.25 Our 73) -illc black and colon Mercenzeil Sateen $ft 7 one hoar pnee . QJO. J Wrapper Sale From 2 to 3 O'clock p. m. Our -SlJiO Wrapper in fhg Percale;, one hour price 9wj Our $121 "Wrappers in Percales and Flannelettes, Oft j one hour price r 3t Our Sl.oO Wrapper in Percales and Flannelettes. & Am one hour price ? MMw Our -51.75 Wrapper in Percales and Flannelettes, U f O one hour price w M.WW1W Our 2.() Wrapper in Percales and Flannelettes " O one hour price QM.w9U j 5" -s.-s- VVWT?-? DR. R. A. VALUER, OSTEOPATH. t X Colmbs. Xefer.. Mondaj, 4r Wednesdar and Fridar. " ' r.v...": " . s- .lwnutA rauw i , nnrTTrnnrTir "r Y Pione No. 73. Office. Barber block. "inn Lt 7? CHir " ' V.r- b- -r- r Xadison. Nebr., Tuesdav, lharsdav and saturdav. . Xadiaoa Tione G 12. Office. Priaee X X block. T & will cure all roar acbea and Daiaa; fr f . he cares when mMucise fail 4 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 r i r 1 1 1 1 1 I'M 1 1 u r i it olumlms gouruaL WZD5I8DAI. DKXXBEB 3. Dr. Paul, dentkt. Dolls and dolls at Snow's. Dr. Vallier, Osteopath; Barber block. Dr. Gietzec, dentist, orer Pollock's drag store. Oar 40c, 45c and 50c pictures Cor 19c Ton Bergen. The infant child of Prof. Britell was quite ill Thursday. Youngsters are already counting the days until Christmas. Clyde Frazell came up from Omaha to spend Thanksgxrmg. Mrs. H.T. Spoerry ate Thanksgiving dinner with friends in Oconee. For art photography call on Mrs. McAllister, Mielens' old stand. TheWkiteFromt Dry Goo Store. Follow tke crowd. Dr. Chaa. H. Platz, homeopathic phy sician and surgeon, postoffice building. Eaeton sells the celebrated Badiant Home Base Burners and Majestic Bangea. The Duasells are puttiag in a steam heating plant at the residence of A. F. H. Oehlrich. "Bix" says Do not condemn foot ball until you have witnessed at least one game." Alvin E. Pool, violinist. Pupils accepted. Concerts and recitals. Tele phone No. 65. tf Drs. Martyn, Evans, Geer Han sen, office three doors north of Fried hofs store, tf Body Miller was down from Fuller ton to witness the foot ball game on Thanksgiving day. The union service held in the Baptist church Thursday evening was attended by a good sized congregation. Residences and vacant lots in all parts of the city for sale on easy terms. Becher, Hockenberger Chambers. Found, a sum of money in Galley's store. Owner can have same oy proving the amount and paying for this notice. Mrs. Arthur Van Houaen of Schny ler, who had been at the hospital about three months, has returned to her home. The congregation of the Episcopal church will have a social time at the home of L. W. Snow this Tuesday evening. Myrtle Hoffman, who is teaching the Braun school northwest of town, began school Monday after a three weeks' vacation. 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 Ladies of the Congregational church will serve their annual supper in Maen nerchor hall Wednesday evening begin ning at 5:30 o'clock. In the meantime, follow the crowd toED. Fitzpatrick's, the White Front Dry Goods Store, and see what you can get for your money. J. E. Nichols, living three and a half miles east of Columbus, offers his well improved farm for sale. Shade and fruit trees. Inquire at the residence. I have 160 acres of choice farm land which I will exchange for good grade heifers. For further particulars write L. C. Bordwell, Iatchville, X. D. 4 Buy the Best The Tryber Piano leads them all in construction, finish, durability and price. Sold on monthly payments. Auditorium Music Co. Red Seal Flour. Ever tried it? If not, give it a trial and you will call for more. Every grocer has it. Manufac tured by the Elevator Boiler Mills. -4 In the vicinity of Plattamouth the corn stalk disease among cattle has already appeared, and veterinary sur geons have warned farmers to be careful in their feeding. Copies of The Jocbsai, dated Octo ber 2. 1903, are wanted at this office. A limited number only will be purchased at 5c a copy, and the first brought in will be purchased. Humphrey outbowled the Columbus boys in the match game Tuesday night of last week by the score of 2300 to 1L250, each team composed of five men with three games the limit. The Independent Telephone com pany last week began the extension of a new line north of town. The Shell creek line will be divided into two lines, and new 'phones added to each division. Miss Laura A. Gregg, the brilliant lecturer for the woman's suffrage asso ciation, will speak Saturday evening in the Congregational church. Miss Gregg has a pleasing delivery and always inter ests her audiences. Don't fail to hear her. The Swedish American Telephone Cc last Wednesday dismissed the suit filed in district court against the Inde pendent Telephone Co., paying the costs involved. They decided to accept the terms originally offered in settlement by the company here. About thirty-five tickets were sold Thursday morning for Lincoln at the B. M office in this city, a majority of the passengers going to witness the foot ball game between the Clonois and Nebraska university teams in which the latter were successful, 16 to 0. Frank Williams, the colored man who has been working in the shine par lors of F. Tremain for the past week, was arrested and fined $1 and costs in Justice Curtis' court for disturbing the peace by quarreling with the proprietor, last Friday morning. A man who was an eye witness to the incident, tells the story of how one Columbus man secured his Thanksgivicg fowL A grain of corn was fastened to a fish hook, and thrown in a tempting way for his neighbor's fowls. A good Hirn was the result of the fishing. The Hibernians of the city gave a dance Thanksgiving evening' in the Orpheus opera house. There were about one hundred and fifty persons present. The musie was famished by the Orpkeaa orchestra and the "Wtif continued until the early hours of Friday. Merv Kantxelman, firms; on the Evans farm just north of the dty, is fast gaining a reputation as an expert hog raiser. A week ago last Friday and Saturday seventy-five little pigs were hots, and all day Sudsy Merv was kept buT showing visitors arasad the place. Dr. Hi For books, go- to Snow's. Investigate Osteopathy; its permaneaX First skating of tke Thanksgiving day. Mrs. McAllister, photographer at Mielenz' old stand. Dr. L. C. Yoes, Homeopathic physi cian. Columbus. Neb. J. C. Martin, tke attorney from Clarka, was m town today. Peter Hoffman s residence has beam quarantined for diphtheria. Our 75c real etchings for 38c, Decem ber 5, 7 and 8. von Bergen. For watches and clocks see the Eleventh street jeweler, Columbus. Special picture sale at von Bergen's, Dec. 5, 7 and S. See show window. Leave your orders for stove repairs at Easton's before cold weather, tf C. J. Garlow went to Lincoln Tues day where he is attending supreme court. Wanted, a girl to do general house work. Apply at residence of A. Hafght. Paul Duffy goes to Kansas City Wednesday where he will secure a po sition. Do not fail to see our 8-foot galvan ized steel mill for $32.00. A.Duasell Son. tf They tell us they have the best goods at the Thurston Annex. Any doubts? Ask Kelly. tf Mrs. Frank Adams was brought in to the hospital last week on account of sickness. Herman Backenhus from Sherman township was a welcome visitor at this office Saturday. Dr. McEean's method of making aluminum plates places them on an equality with gold. Miss Jessie Maw, who has been very sick for several weeks, iis reported im proving the past few days. John Dawson of Oconee came down this morning with a wagon load of fine birds for the poultry show. Dr. Geer went to Omaha today to attend the funeral of Dr. Brown, a prom inent physician of that city. Garland's -Wonder of the Age," guaranteed to hold fire 24 hours burns slack. Sold only by Easton. Lands in Boone, Sherman, Buffalo and Custer counties for sale or exchange. Becher, Hockenberger & Chambers. Weaver Newman have been ap pointed sole agents for Sheridan coal for Columbus. It is sold only by them. C. W. Jens of Humphrey was down last week as one of the bowlers in the game between his city and Columbus. Instead of drilling Thursday evening Co. E had a Thanksgiving feast at their hall and passed the time in a social way. Henry Niemeyer of Seward, who purchased a farm near Creston last fall, was here last week looking after his property. -Piano tuning." Mr. Earl C. Brink, the reliable piano tuner, will be in Columbus Dec. 2d, and remain sev eral days. Wanted, a good girl for general house work. Apply at J. H. Galley's residence, corner of Fifteenth and Mur ray streets. A very much enjoyed dance was held at Jake Schmark's barn Thanksgiving night. A large attendance and a good time reported. Enough snow fell Monday to nicely cover mother earth, and it will prove a benefit to the winter grain which up to this time is looking welL No definite news has yet come from Mr. Babcock in regard to the canaL The engineers are at work examining the two surveys, beginning the conference last Friday. Special picture sale. All our 40c framed pictures at 19c. also our 40c, 45c and 50c unframed pictures at 19c Three days only, December 5, 7 and 8. von Bergen. Carpenters Union No. 1501. Regu lar meetings every Saturday night. Vis iting brothers invited. E. J. Scott president; Chaa. Wurdeman, financial secretary. Misses Ella Eersenbrock and Anna Goetz have established dressmaking parlors in rooms above Hoist Adams' and are now prepared to do plain and fancy sewing. tf George Hagel has just put a fine new cigar show case in his bowling alley and has on hands the very best of imported and domestic cigars ranging in price from 5 cents to 50 cents each. Nebraska university defeated the Ill inois university in a game of foot ball Thanksgiving day at Lincoln, the score being 16 to 0. This was the last game of the season. Nebraska carried off the laurels in every game played during the past two years. New pupils who have enrolled in the business college within the past few days are: Bosetta Wiseman, Jennie Laugh lin, Wm. Eipple, Lee Swartaley, Paul Johannes, all of Columbus and vicinity, and Wm. Hill of Monroe and John Lick ley of Silver Creek. The marriage licenses issued during the past week were to Dr. E. T. Haugha wout of Genoa and Luella M. Briscoe of Columbus; William Tan Owen of Cres ton and Luella Church of Leigh; John G. Marti of Tacoma, Washington, and Bertha Imhof of Platte county. The dailies of Saturday reported that Congressman McCarthy and Senator Millard would recommend that Colum bus be allowed free delivery of mail. Postmaster Kramer says he expects to hear the latter part of the week from McCarthy in regard to the outcome. Buecfamann Jb Kersenbrock are run ning a truly "live and let live"' butcher shop, selling meats at from 3 to 5 cents a pound cheaper than former prices. Toe will be convinced of the excellent quality of the meat upon your first pur chase, as many others have been. tf C E. Bickly, a former Columbas boy, who the past several years has been engaged in business in Oklahoma, spent a day in this city Wednesday last visiting relatives and frieeda. He informed us that he is very likely to again become a citizen of .Nebraska, locating in Osaaha. While Charley has aosae good words for Oklahoma, yet he i'Tnre the opxaiosi that those residing here sad fairly locat ed eoald not better their coaditaoK by going to that Holiday goods at SsjoVsi Fred Lsbz, a farmer railroad sua of CbluaabsMt has wiitlaa ts frifkds ia tke city the U sow holds the position of gunner in tke IT. & artillery stationed at Fart Towaseed, ok tke Pacific coast. He states that his company hold the champion ship of the United States for good aurkaataassdp. While Kate Beed and Florence Bel. ford were frifl om as old fish poad near Mrs. Xoaag-'s issulre, tke first of tke weak, tke ice gave way under Sate, letting her into. tke water to her shnnTdsrs. She auaaged to reach terra firaia without aasastaaee aad outside of a very cold dreachisg aad sears she is all right. Mk Gertrude Whitsioyer aad How ard Gear gave a mouse party at the Whit moyer reatdeaee Thanksgiving day to a few of their college frieeda. Those who were visiting: Miss Wort of bastings, who is attending Doan college, and Messrs. Dawes of Omaha and Vance of Milford, both of whom are attending the State university. The entertainment Monday evening given by Miss Jackson and Mr. Levin at North opera house was not well attended by the public, but those who were pres ent were pleased with the program, espe cially the musical numbers by Miss Jackson. She has a rich, sweet soprano voice, entirely free from affectation, clear and pure as a bird. The Schuyler Quill says that Anton M. Kubik filed a petition in voluntary benkrwptcy in the federal court in Omaha last week. His liabilities are $10,329.50, with only a small asset. Kubik formerly was a merchant at Clark son and made an assignment in favor of his creditors, which was recently com pleted in county court. MnBosaline Sauer returned Fri day from Chicago where she has been since last September with her son Gas. Gas. is an electrician, and has recently been transferred from Chicago to St. Louis. Mrs. Sauer went east with the intention of making her future home with her son, but she did not like the big city, so she returned to this city. Miss Marian Smith, the art teacher in the public schools, had all the pupils as high as the eighth grade, illustrate a souvenir booklet of Thanksgiving. The result was a surprising interest in the subject and some exceedingly good drawings by the children. Some of the children illustrated a menu card, others the president's proclamation, and others a Thanksgiving story. The young ladies of the Duncan neighborhood had a basket social Satur day evening in the school building, the purpose of which was to raise funds for the purchase of a new organ for the German church northeast of that village. of which Bev. Braun is pastor. Over forty dollars were realized from the sale of baskets. A good program was ren dered by the young people. A letter from Fred Coffey, who is with Co. G, 28th regiment in the Philip pines, dated October 4, and written to "Cap" Tschudy, states that Mr. Bernert, a young man of their company, a nephew of Don Benson of Columbus, was killed in battle with the Moros, a few days before the date of his letter. Bernert's home was in Iowa. Fred says that the other Columbus boys are all well. Henry Buss returned Friday from Lyons. Nebraska, where he attended a sale of fancy Scotch cattle from the herd of Olbrich Harrah of Newton. Iowa. Mr. Buss brought with him six head of cows and heifers of that celebrated stock. One heifer coming two years old cost him 9120. Mr. Buss is making a specialty of that breed and now has on hand eleven valuable animals of bis favorite stock. The ladies of the Episcopal church met last Tuesday and organized a society of Daughters of the King. The organi zation is purely for spiritual help to themselves and as an 'aid to the further ance of the church work. Mrs. L. W. Scow was chosen president of the society, Mrs. Chambers secretary and Mrs. Ander son treasurer. Meetings will be held the first and third Tuesdays of each month. At a regular meeting of Occidental lodge No. 21, Knights of Pythias, Thurs day night, officers for the year 1904 were elected as follows: J. M. Curtis. C. C; C. A. Linstrum, T. C; P. H. Meehan, P.; L. F. Gottschalk. M. of W.; P. J. Mc Caffrey, K. of B. and S.; Carl Kramer, M of F.; George Faircfaild, M. of E.; Will Zinnecker, M. at A.; Wm. Brown, L G.; J. G. Becher, O. G.; L. H. Leavj, trustee. In Sunday's Omaha Bee in connec tion with an article on the Nebraska Woman and the General Federation, appeared the portraits of a number of the prominent club women of the state, and among them that of Miss Elizabeth Sheldon of this city, who is recording secretary for the state federation and a delegate to the next general federation which meets in St. Louis next year. Mis. F. H. Geer is her alternate. Among those who went to Lincoln last week to witness the football game between the universities of Illinois and Nebraska were: Ralph Wiggins. Tera and Florence Kramer, Ethel Galley, Bessie Marks, Carrol and North Evans, H. J. Hendryx. Horatio Adams. Miss Ada Graham and Mrs. H. B. Musser. Harold Barter, a grandson of Mr. Hendryx. who has visited in Columbus many times, was one of the players with the Illinois team. Miss Marion Smith and Miss Mar tha Turner will conduct a sketch class on Wednesday evenings of each week in the public library rooms beginning this week. This class is intended especially for those who have no opportunity for studying such work during the day. There will be no charges for tuition except a small fee for defray ing expenses for use of the rooms. Les son from 7 to 8:30. Many of our readers know John Bixby, formerly a newspaper man in this section, brother of A. L. Bixby, and the following from the Albion News will be read with interest by them: "A postal card informs us that Bixby Sons will issue early in December the first number of a weekly newspaper to be called the 'Wyoming Standard' at Mseteetse, Wyo ming. This is without doubt our old friend John F. Bixby, who left the news paper business a few years ago. If a man once becomes inoculated with the newspaper habit he is gone so far as ever being perfectly satisfied at any other basinesa, Now that John, has goee west to saake a new start, we trust he will find tkiage Boys do yott waat a watch? The Lincoln Daily Star desires to give away free to tke boys of Nebraska 1,000 new watches ' first class time keepers stem wind aad stem set. You den's have to pay any awaey to get one of these watches. Send us your name and ad dress and we will mail you the fall par ticulars. Thai is a splendid chance for the boys to get a watch free and we would like to hear from all of them. Address Watch Departawnt. Daily Star, Lincoln. Nebr. The Nebraska-Iowa Creamery com pany of Omaha have transferred to F. N. Stevenson aad Paul Hagel of this city, the Shermaa, Grand Prairie, Buss and Loseke cream stations, and the cold storage building in this city. A few years ago Hagel i Stevenson transferred their business interests in this county to the Omaha firm in which they were in terested. The transfer of the property back to these two gentlemen simply means their withdrawal from the firm in Omaha. Papers throughout the statac are commenting with praise upon the action, taken by the Columbus school board in calling upon the mayor to enforce the laws in prohibiting the sale of tobacco, cigarettes and liquors to minors. The Shelton Clipper remarks: -There is by far too much use of tobacco, cigarettes and liquor among the pupils of our pub lic schools and in the interests of the pupils themselves as well as the com munity something should be done to stop it." A. Rana. who for several months had charge of the Thurston hotel and who left here last July in hope of im proving his health, was in the city last Wednesday and Thursday. Since leav ing here he has spent most of his time in Battle Creek, Michigan. His wife and daughter have been in Fremont, and all went from the last named city Saturday to Grand Junction, Colorado, where Mr. Bans expects to engage in some kind of business. He is looking in better health than when leaving in July. The match game here last Tuesday evening between the Columbus and Humphrey bowlers at Hagel's alley, resulted in a victory for Humphrey. The standing was Humphrey 2500 to Colum bus 2250. The Columbus players were McEver. Drake, Snyder, Waas and Way. The loss of the game was principally due to lack of practice of our men. as they are all good players aad familiar with the alleys upon which they played. Some time this or next week another contest will be played here between Schuyler and Columbus. The case against the Union Pacific company for the killing of Frank Drovol and John Mikis will probably be tried in the Federal court, as the defendant has made application for such proceeding on the ground of the non-residence of the company Your Uncle Samuel was a generous old fellow to his wards at the Indian school on Thanksgiving day. The menu for dinner consisted of 40 tur keys, one-half barrel of cranberries, 40 three-layer cakes, 70 pies, 17 pounds of butter, 170 loaves of bread. 40 gallons of coffee and one barrel of apples. Genoa Times. Dr. E. Y. Haughawout and Miss Luella Briscoe were married Wednesday evening at 3 o'clock m the Thurston hotel parlors, Rev. Cash officiating. The bride has for several weeks been employ ed at the Thurston hotel but her home was formerly in Genoa. Dr. Haugha wout who also resides in Genoa, is well known here, having in former years been a successful dentist in this city. After the ceremony, which was witnessed by only a few friends, a supper was served to the guests in the dining room. The couple returned to Genoa where they will make their future home. The Nebraska Farmer, referring to the Da vies sale, says: "It seems that the weather man has it in for C. K. Davies. Columbus. Neb. Two years ago he encountered the worst storm of the year, and this year he also met with unfavorable weather. However, a fair sized crowd was on hand and took nearly all the hogs he had catalogued for sale. No big prices were paid, the highest being $56, for a Durcc Challenge sow. The highest price paid for a boar pig was 341, and an average of 323 was made on the whole lot. His Shorthorn cattle averaged 391, the highest price being $150." A large crowd was out to witness the foot ball game between Fullertou and Columbus High school teams, on Thanks giving day. The whistle was blown promptly at 2:30 o'clock. Fullerton get ting the kick-off and the south goal. The first touch-down was made by Ful lerton, but they failed to kick goal, mak ing the score then 5 to 0 in favor of Ful lerton. The Columbus boys then began to play in earnest and when the game was finished the score stood Columbus 50; Fullerton 5. The features of the game were the long end runs by Dickin son, Howard. Elliott and Becher. How ard as full-back made two drop-kick3 from the field which went a long ways toward raising the Columbus score. The Fullerton boys were much heavier than their opponents but weight does not count for everything. On of their larg est men remarked between halves that he never was so bruised up before as when playing against the little Columbus boys. The visiting team took defeat good naturedly and played hard to the very last. The Bellwood Gould bank failure continues to- make work for the courts. The David City Press in making refer ence to a suit there wherein a party had destroyed his cancelled note, says: "We learn from outside sources there being no evidence introduced to this effect that Mr. Allen once signed a note bear ing the same description and date as the note in suit, but he claims that he paid in fall the note which he signed and that the books of the bank show this to be true. He claims that he received the note which be paid off and burned it. From his contention in the matter and from the fact that there is still another note in existence purporting to be his note, it would seem that there have been two notes in existence, one genuine, the other forged, both in favor of the Platte Valley State bank and against Mr. Allen. The question then arises, which note did he pay off, the genuine or the forged note. It proved too hard a question for the jury to decide whether tke note sued on was the genuine or the forged instru ment. And so they agreed to disagree at a ratio of 3 to 9 in Javor of tke de-fsadaat." (HWRAGATZ&CO. S It is generally admitted that our stock of I GROCERIES Is the most complete and oar method of doing business the most satisfactory of any similar establishment in this part of the state. We buy our goods in quan tities and sell them at prices that are right. at I (lira, ClffiTO, We have received in the Iat few- weeks a fine assort ment of novelties in seasonable goods in CHIXA. GLASSWARE and LAMPS. You are cordially, invited to visit our store whether you give us part or all of your business in our line. You will always be welcome. HENRY RAGATZ & CO Giluiiiiis, NEW STORE UsIUMBaa. riammuntHHmiiKiwtiuimintimuiHHKiiNri assess sseseeeeseeee -a -a a a a a e- bar. Many girls holding good paving positions as milliners got their start from The Designer's miilinerv pages a lesson by an expert in each number The Dressmaking Instructions cutting fitting sewing trim ming have had remarkable sue cess the December lesson is on seam finishing all fashionable sorts every step of these instruc tions is illustrated by carefully made drawings. SiuuUst't ! Itii: tj unJ. J yirz subscrip tion for THE Desioseh tj mm nice prttku: ton inTS - St? ovull tnn i i s JZlif'Ufai 'little ChrisZmis ir -0 .mr s yexi VJ ts j npyiit jur pjksrt deptrimenz J. ft. GrU,t,EY. Agent. s e CLEARANCE We have made sweeping redac tions od all of oar lines : It'e necessary to reduce stock. WE OFFER FOR FALL WINTER SEASON A VERY OMPLETE LLVE O? Men's and Boys' Clothing kahakatafeAhifefefefehhbi Hade in the bet -tyie, tinet fit. at price? not any higher than what other? 11 vou interior :mod rbr. We earrv the krget line of GENTS' Fl'RXfcHLN'G GOODS as a very kw price. Our -ho1? all made up ror n.- especially by the rbrfcmot manmacturer- ot the country. A. Iarce itock to select from tor man. woman and child. You. will not run the rik or -.rettinir shoddy or shell-worn goods if vou buv of us. Shoe Repairing Neatly Irischkolz Bros. 411 Eleventh Street. A 700,05 niaa who reentered at the Thurston hotel Saturday evening by the name of E. D. Slote from Cheyenne. -as found in a setni-cacscious state m" his room Tuesday morciss: 5e xas Iyicir against the door, -which, was Iocei- His face and head gave the appearance 0 his beins in a bad &rht. The ens m the room had-Jjeen turned oc. but as not sumciectly poisonous to cause death. Upon searching hid he was found to have a small amount of money and dasks containing liquor. The police authori ties took him to the county jail this morning, and he Trill be held hre until an investigation can be made. It is sup posed that the man received his injuries outside of Columbus, and he claims to has fallen from a bridge. i i IMI "I 1 Nebraska HCBI lMm 13tm Stucct. Yor a a a a Winter Hat asil mm to stake it mae a and . You'll be sur prised to see how easy it is to make a stvlish a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a -a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a SALE. II V linrr too ninny Hats, Caps, Silk and Wool Fascinators, Shawls, Cor sets, Handkerchiefs, TJnder wear, Hosiery, Gloves, Rib bons, and Velvets, etc. etc. We prefer to sacrifice them now and eive yon the breeds rather than wait as u usual till the end of the e.isoc. J.C. FILLMAN. and Promptly Done. Editor Hoxard of the Telegram announces m his last issue tha; on Jan nary I. 1504. Mark G- Perkins, no the Omaha manager of the American Press Association, ill entr into partnership with himself and Lloyd S-vain in the publication of the Telesjram. The prvs- ' ent plan is to stars a daily as soon as the business men shoT their willingness to ' support such an enterprise. "ith five papers, aad oae of them :. daily, and possibly another to follow, Colnmbcs and jricmity ousht to be well posted on local happnin3. 3Ir. Perkins has for fifteen years been one of the respected bustness men of Omaha and the newspaper frater nity as well as business men of our city will welcome him as a worthy citLien. llr. Perkins has a farnilv eansiodtux of a i wife and two children. &.