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The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, June 22, 1904, Image 5

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Wonderful Values
Latest Styles.
tL50 Shin Waist Sail. S5.00
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Black Briffiaarines S7c to $1.00
Black Voiles 75c to SLlX)
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GRAYS
BINDING TWINE!
We did not buy it of the TRUST
nor do we belong to the little
TRUST in Columbus. We make
our own prices. We have a good
stock on hand of excellent qual
ity selling it at anti-trust prices.
why
? TiTo is too
it casts you
iae oar line of
TEWEL" and -QUICK MEAIT Gasolme
te safe, eeonossieaL do sot get out of repair,
a net nine ismr and are excellent bakers. Price:
; of laf Tfof it
r act tor iee to-keep it running- dnrinz these nf teen snm
at ii annertant that yon yjymT pnrchase one that yon
set and imam wen i'Th to yon Is an ice-saver, the crcnla
e air aald aad dry? The ALASKA and EEERTCK -vill
far them, aad more. We are not sprirgTTur gomethmj; on
is aS new
r aad antried. W know
We know what they
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July
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These goods must be cleaned
These prices will move them
The best Values ever
offered tor the
Money.
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j SL25 Shirt WairC at SJ?c
1.50 Shin Waist at SL22
J 1.75 Shirt "Waist -zz. SU3
j 235 Shirt Waist at SL.79
j iL50 Shirt Waist at SLS9
O50 Shirt Waist at. LS9
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Summer Wash. .
j Skirts.
1 SL25 Scmiaer Wa?h Skirt 99c
,' 1.50 - - S1.29
2.00 - - 1.69
00 - - 2.59
Daring these 10 days re trill
oner exceptional Darrahi- in all
departments JULY 1 ONLY.
24 doz. 4 and 5 at. puIdla and
dniry pan. regular 121 t I5c
pans. 2 tocnstoeier. each 5c
25c claw hammer, each VJc.
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Nebraska.
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Gasoline in sriTrmer costs
no mere than coal then
short to be sweltenrr- over a hot
bo mere to oe comzortaoie. rrnTn-
S3?
As a srooc Befrlcerstor should
grre fifteen years or more of
1 1 i'hi is rTT?rr compared "stith the
what they are do-
$10?
are doing' in th
. . Prof. Stke.1
Dr-Gietxac,
drag i
wmt Friday.
Ixfsk tatter Bilk at tfce
I Creaaaeiyi
Kzttie Cowdery af
T is the
t of Mrs.xLH.
Ethel
Mr. and
C. S. Powers af
Creek
rare in
EothJextBer aaa a
kind
ieledware eqaalto
and cheaper.
3Cr.aadMra. Hav
i TiiTi'Tm nf ftfrlikiT
Cobxmhn
Tistors Saraday.
The fimHy at X. H. Waie
to their
where they
will ake their 1
Albert Beckar
car Iroaa Ghuago
JW-
iajrthe
Mr. aa
Aaaaa
day for a foar
trip, so
Mrs. Barclay J
in (ieaoa Jaac arae
the
coauae
at the
chooL
Mrs. BabyBroarm arriTed
tram T.iacola aad arili -
parents Jadce aad Mrs.
sereral weeks.
Mrs. J. D. Stixaa of this cirr aad
Mrs. O. . Green of Gaaoa west to
Omaha Moaday oa
witb tiie earmt Scar lodxe.
Genoa arill hare a
nisjr Jaae Si The L
naaaseameat aa left
rnraed so aaake it a en
Miss Marios Saaith was ia the esty
Tnnrsday an her way froaa Liatala
to Boaider, Colorado, where she was
guin to spend the saataarr with
Mrs. C. E. GietZEa and son visited
one week in Haatpstrey, recaraiaa;
Friday. Dr. Gietzen aaade his rejraJar
visit to that tows, and retaraad anair
the saae day.
Miss Locy Morse has takaa the place
of Miss Vesta SJazer in the Aadi
rorinm maaic score, irffaaiar work
Wednesday. Vie Slater reaijCBS to
make as extended visit to Illiaois.
Mrs. Chas. Scaroeder d Oaaaha who
has aaany acqaaiaaaacea ia this city
passed Thraaaft town Fridav an her
way to ramie. Wyosaiag. where she
goes in hope o: beaentias; her health
Mrs. SA BriadleT lets Satarday
for Asrsra where she will teach one
ween: in the coaaty iaazitats. Frosa
there she goes to ATliaane to teach
the primary classes in the Janior
formal.
Mrs. John KrTmp aad fertr?
visited the Thos. r h iaatily
weex, reraraiag fnbstv to
where they will aaake their farare
home, remoriaz there frosa Cheyeaae
within the last ttmth
Mrs. Robert O'Brien of Cheyenne
arrived here Saadar on her war tnnair
from Peoria, THiaoia, where she waa
called by the serioas illn-ss of ker
father. She will visit with relatives
h&TB for about two -weeks.
Mrs. F. H. Geer retaxned hoaae
Wednesday frosa a two weeks trip to
Washington, Philadelphia aad other
eastern cities. Dr. Geer will resaain
about two n wean longer and visit
places of interest ia his jinfiaaiiii
In setting ap an ad last week for
"Way Up " soar aaade by the Caiaaa
bss Roller Mills oar compositor got
it "Stay Up." Mr. Schrnaaer aays the
mistake is sot as bad as it aught be.
for he aays that ' Way Up" saays is
a home after it is
Word has bees received
the marriage on the iftsenth of this
month of Miss B. Mariel Payne and
Dr. Xjomis Gordan Brown at Sosaexset,
Colorado. Their present kaase is
Somerset, pri mtity a aaanrb of the
beastifal city of Denver. Sckajlet
Free lance.
Mr. aad
Everett,
of the family af A.
on their retara.
Mr.
Platte coaaty
years ago. He is
his heme town.
Lath swe week
irni i niln nf Tlamei ahn
was broagat to thw city a few weeks
azo, and has bean ill at the name af
hnr soo, Garret Halat; is saneh im-:
proved. Her two sasmsnaa, the sans
of Irve Tar ham i who lived with Mrs.
Halst are asxendaag school in the 8c
Praaeia si aiamy in thm city.
members af the lamily hoard faac
frontdoor ulaw Ism anaansmi that
at the -'live ami Xan lira nmi bar"
Tbi Timlin- AM arBhat Badsm
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Way,
WATTJP ELOUE,
EollerMille.
bvl
JLB.
who is mpluiid.i
Iowa,
with reaurrsa.
left
lor a visit to her
Caolinge, in Lead,
Mrs.Celiawiagaadsan of:
were is town Monday between
on their way to St. Loais for
visit.
a A. Lnnd'ni
his bad the past week
mafiam, from which he
zreat aaiierer.
C. H. Swartaiey who noa
haaaelin Warmn, Iowa,
that city Friday after a abort visit
with his many relatives here.'
Mrs. Osbarn, who moved from this
city to Fallerton a few months ago,
came down Satarday to vmit with her
daaghser, Mrs. . S. Sewlon.
Olga JUsanmen isseriaasiy ill with
rkesmariaBi. She had
leave for Colorado soon to
ad the sammer with her aant,
i. Msrson,
ias Petite Martyn retaxned to
aha Thaxsday after rprmTiiar
seal weeks at home. She returned
Clarkaon hospital where she is
to be a professional saxse.
T. P. Cottingham, vice-president af
tae lacepesoeat telephone company
left Monday for the east, lie will go
directly to Sew York and from there
sail with his family for a Exrcpaaa
trip.
Loais Leightser who recently
gradaaxed from the Nebraska Law
School, was the gaest of Colambne
relatives Monday while is the city on
basineas far the Etna issnrasce cooa-
Mimas ' Anette Smith and Prettaa
Kidd of Sioax City arrived Monday
to be the gaests of Miss Eva Walker
one week. Friday, Miss Walker will
give a one o'clock Isncaecs is honor
of hex gaests.
Last jrriday Mean
Gariowaad Everett
s Cottinghnav
were ia Leigh
and made arrangements whereby they
will connect the Leigh telephone
wires with the Colsstbas line, is
abont thirty days.
The Catholic Ladies and their
frieeds have been ranted to the
monthly social given this afternoon
from 2 to 6 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. F. A. Roberts. Those enxartain-
Mrs. MrVahnn. Mrs. Sheehen,
Mrs. Haney, aad Mrs. Roberta.
Bert StOlman retnraed Monday from
Calif oraia where he west on acooast
of his beaT-h He will leave Thaxs
day for Lead Sosth Dakota where, his
brother fThariiff has a dxsg store.
Bert expects to remain with Charles.
providing he is pleased with the
location.
Joan Sehmocker made a trip to
Platte Center Samrdav, and says the
wheat looks better than he las ever
sees it before. It is the general ex
pression of farmers is the commsnity
that there has never bees a more ea-:
noc raging ostiook. tor all kinds of
grain than there is this spring.
Word has bees received here of the
death on the 15th of Xec, the only
of Mr and Mrs. Leo Borowiak.
recently moved to Perry, Orlswnnm
The child was three years aad sen
as old and was the pride af his
He died, after two
maw from spiamLmeniagitis.
Mr. aad Mrs. Timsns and Mr.
Mrs. T of Osceala. Mrs.
of Creason and Jake "Hean'hiH af
Ohio nave all been visiting at home
wits the family of Jacob
The viaitiag,rejatxves with
reside bere nmmbered eighteen.
the mmilv
J. C. Stevens, employed by the
S. gmglngfra? sariey is
the seate, was isjche city from
day to Tnesday takiag the
mi rump hit Mr3savens work, is to
report so Jmm the flaw af streams
arxncipally good for irrigation pax
noses. He ! is beta the Pmtte
aad Leap.
The local editors desire to hnmbly
apologia to Editor Abbott for the
failare mat week to mratioa the ar
rival af a tan aosnd boy at his
Sew editors are not bom everr
and we amy all be pardonea ' for be-
andnly mtnl
at ami for
as the -xecordiawr of
SandayIaly 3, the
will hold
negwrfiiiu so ncmor jmmm.mmw a xe-
matiaal in the grove af Max Gsmv chihiren. Tba linaa hr asaarammt by
!L5T Q-f8" ehnrch wiU 1 ,
it a laiski miatTei ef skin Tito. the evanant m Yt sh7n7a"
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t and G. X. Everett are
to the exmmt of a few
abont -the
onedoBari
Sothisar else
Miss Ealmmne 6
Saraxnayfora tare
wiEr be
Mxs. Csapp,
paonle as Miss
They wiU first vmit St. Loais,
Washinctoc, Xew York and from there
ratarn some by way of the Great
Lakes-
eon teaav in the W. S. Gala vs C W.
HoUiagshead ease, deddxac so oaat
It will be remembered that at the
village -election in Monroe, Mr, Cole
received two votes mare rhaa TTnHJnfTf
head far a position on the village
board, aad the gesrtlesnen arosght the
matter before the eanrt Maya, to
settle their differences.
ammtaa visit- She
investigating the lands in north
westers Nebcaaka which eosee ander
borne Monday. Mr. Lnhker reaorm
bysaxt Tnesday whan the Kiakaid
mw will go into esTeat, than will mat
city Priday .an. am. may to Oaaaha
waa xeceaxiy trsmsfarred by she smv
a bin i the maairy will aaon no so
EHhsnace rjimbsi here amis weak so
for tm samaaar. and will be ssmned
goad as bad bean exaeesai, the eaOage
has been cava paying bases fsmm the
" mmt "am kBsasaaaaRW e
side af Casaashna. Praf. Wsaarsex-
h .bv mr mm a mmt m mm. mmm xmo
. C TT . -
atfip-m. The eaesanaais she an-
over T
aaaae in mmt- Tl msm ha ram
fmm Seriesk and Ganmi Issami, the
TWO Kfiansf Osnmssssssmmmsml mat UmnmimmmmWamL
water
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vmit
J.B. O-Bml
inCo -
Xida
to aptcnic
kthft Thnrs-
Waraick was
t Monday, John
ill with the small-
Far every knadry aarpoae nse Swifts
Tine Sana. It is the meat effective
ilfuMMB "PlIIWIWI A
Saalfedt, age 3H, of
se Heikle. age 25, cf
QailL
af Sehnyler, wife of
minister is
me xp Moaday and is the
E. M. Sparnawk.
Bobley of Dakota has
bean the gaaat of her aaat, Mrs. Ger
ard, the past week. The two ladies
want ta Monroe today to visit rela
tives.
of Wa. Earhart, a B.
was qaarantined last
fever, both of the
afflicted with the
and daszhrer of
e in town between trains
their way to St. Loais
will be remembered
here as Miss Bell St Clair.
Wagner of the
militia cosaaaay is metioaid among
oshexs af the Nebraska aariarrV gaard
who are asked so report before the
ssace board of examiners Jane 21.
s to expaad a thirtv acre
addition hesag laid oat northeast of
town by Alom Cerv, being a part of -srhat
is known as the old Cobb place. no
owaed by Mr. Cerv. It will be sold m one
acre or larger tracts to soft purchasers.
The sew sddfTnc will make some de
atrable reaidecee property. Eoxells
JoaxaaL
3TorfoIk saonld isserest at least Sve
thonsariri of those fifty thousand people
who wQl attend the Boaebnd opecinz.
Sorfolkisthe beat propositioc ootside
of a goverameBt dans, en the Rosebud
in thai section of the country and there
will be many going or retarrdmj from the
reservation who see it and locate here to
get ,a share of the fortnnes that are
rartsfri to eotne to the people of the
gateway to the new northwest. Norfolk
Sews.
Money
Money can unquestionably earn
iBoaey.
Bat twurtfririg sinst be bought.
Otherwise, it will be idle.
Idle saoaey. like Idle mec, is n-
What shall von boy?
Iffmng' stock?
oa stock?
Esllwsy stock? :
Stock of a Mancfactnring plant?
i
Let oa show you something bet-
tor. ;
And safer because practically t
, bv Uncle Sam." i
Our proaaectae is free
Start SS0 or more to r-?T.in
dwasflltXS CtmfaiJ
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Did yon know there was a
PIEST-CLASS Tailor Shop
over the Coatmensal Bank
SUITS A SPECIALTY.
A big Eae of samplee.
ngat. Every thing
I S. E. Baker,
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x ment and price. In
X chase is not entirely
t cheerfully replace the
money.
toX
We aim to do a
ure from
WAT. We carry the
thedtyinnigi
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uMMCi rffwajts
Mm
t Bo you know the
x and TEA. business has reached such
t ous proportions? It is nlain. We i
t best value for the money. Quality
4 me oesu
Flour! Hour! FInt!
We nave in stock:
Way Up Flour,
Bed Seal Flour,
Jewell Flour,
Manufactured here in Ckdmnbos, which
has the reputation of mmiiulmcturinras good
a Hour as anyplace in the stateYour or
ders will receive prompt attention, and will
make you mill prices in Quantities.
We have the GOLD
anteea in every way
than any other brand
nesota.
DRIED FRUITS.
The many compliments we receive
me quality ana assortment or our
fruits is hisblv nleasinr to us. Onr v
of handling and displaying; them in
mmt mux cases insures to our
cleanliness and goodness.
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You are Respectmlly Invited, to look over
Our New Spring Goods.
OUR CLOTHING is made up in the beat
of workmanship, latest styles, perfect
fit and lowest living prices We ofler
you real bargains. : : We keep everything
thatfs good in the GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS line in great variety.
IVe eaU jocr attention,
Theyare espedhlhr made for oe of the best
ureteral trr the foremost naamctnrers of the
country aad we sell
rn&rior shoes are soH
We Semir ms
FRISC HHOLZ BROS.
r.
win
t-
but it is OUK I
it m t
fwtiMtS.
reason our
give the
r
Gold Dust Flour,
Bride Flour,
Corn Meal Graham,
Flour.
MEDAL brand,
to be as rood or
maiTtTrf q ram, m
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IT PAYS to give
them your attention t
and to look sharp to
see that you are get-
ting the really correct
new things of the sea-
son.
FRIEND J
Hand- i
Tailored 1
CLOTHES I
St
oner you correct and t
authoritative versions
of the season's tavor-
ite styles. They insure
a purchase amtHmsaaO-
tory from every stand-
point T
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STYLE
SERVICE
DURABILITY
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