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THE LEADING STATIONERS AND,
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meat of the most discriminating taste.
CLINTON, Jeweler and Optician.
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Mrs. E. R. I'l'umhor went to Suther
land Wednesday to 'spend the dny.
William Adler is transacting business
In Kearney this week.
F. W. Rincker will go to Omaha
Monday to spend several days on bus
iness. Miss Alice Blrgo is teaching in the
Second wnrd during tho absence of Miss
Bert Rodger left Wednesday even
ing for Portland, Ore., to locate if con
ditions prove favorable.
Rev. Horan and wife came up from
Mnxwell Wednesday to visit Rev.
FnvorighT and family.
Mike Sorenson is recovering from the
nn attack of lumbago which confined
him to tho houso for a week.
Mrs. L. II. Welch returned Wednos
from Marysvillo, Mo., whore she
has visited relatives since Dec. 1st.
Frank Horrod, of Ogalnlla, came
down Wodncdduy to visit his . mother
Mrs. Regain Hurrod for several days.
Mrs. Monks is teaching in the pri
mary department of the Third wnrd
during the absence of Miss Mollynoax".
Mrs. Curtis, of Donvor, wife of
Harry Curtis, manager of tho Pacific
hotel, came down tho first of tho week
to visit her huobnnd.
MesdnmesA. J. Frazier and P. II.
Lonortran snont n few days in Suther
land this week in the interest of the
Minn Alien Shaw, of Torrington,
Wyo., enmo yosUudny to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shaw for a
couple of weeks.
Mr. Von Troup, of Abilene, Knn.,
a finished violinist arrived horo tho first
of tho week to accept the leadership of
tho Pat Theatre orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert V6taw,of Den
ver came down Wednesday to visit tho
latter's sister Mrs. John Burko and at
tend tho funeral of the Into Mrs. Chas.
Messrs,. W. R, Mnlonoy, Cbrrles
Martini, Sr., and W. K. Star have been
appointed a committco to audit tho
books of tho Building & Loan Associ
ation. The Pat thontro orchestra organized
tho first of the week. It Is composed
of Miss. Irene Richards pianist, Von
Troup violin, Harry Huffman cornot
and E R. Thrump drams. ,
W6rd was received Wednesday from
Mrs. James Hart who was called to
Rochester, 111., by Ihe serious of her
sister Mrs. Hayes that tho latter died
Tuosday ovonlng. Mrs. Hart will re
turn tho first the week.
Word wns received In town Wednes
day of tho death of Mrs. A. J. Calen
tine at Kearney. Sho was the mother
of Mrs, Mark Atchinson formerly of
this city and had frequently visited
horo. Death followed a Borious opera
tion. The furieral will be held today.
Tho case of tho Btato of Nebraska vb
Frank Baldwin, Arthur Van Doran,
Charles Thornburg and E. Rincker,
which camo up in county court Wed
nesday, was continued for three weeks.
Tho boys wore charged with disorderly
conduct nt Horshoy last week and
pload not guilty.
Tho farmer who io feeding seventy
cent corn will notice with considerable
satisfaction that tho prico of hogs is
advancing. With receipts of 21,800 nt
South Omaha Wednesday tho bulk prico
was $6.38, nn advance of SO cents since
March 1st. It Is generally bolloved that
by April 1st tho prico will bo around
At a regular meeting Chnptor AK,
of tho P. E. O. sisterhood, the follow
ing officers were olectod for that en
suing yearr President, Mrs. Dorothy
Bccler; vice-president, Mary Grimos;
ree, eocretnry, Mrs. Ora Crosby; Cor.
Secretary, Mrs. Susie Lucas; treasurer,
Mrs. Glendorn Schiller; chaplain, Mrs.
Helen M. Whito; guard. Mrs. Mnttto
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Notice td Bicycle Riders.
"Bicycle riding on tho, alrtowwlks of the
i,i.Wrs districts is prohibited. Arrest I
will follow first offenso 'pk.
YM. OrrENCJhieftof Police,
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. F. Secbergcr return
ed yesterday morning from n week stay
Mrs. Cecilia Alexander, of Hnstings,
arrived last eyening to visit her brother
Leo McGnmon, of Denver college,
visited his friend Charles Martini, Jr.,
Mrs. Asa Snyder returned Tuosday
evoning from Brady where she visited
relatives last week.
Miss Jennie Woodley, of Ogalalla,
returned homo yesterdny after visiting
Miss Den Hardin.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Ericson, of Brady,
came up yesterday to attend the funeral
of Mrs. Chas. Ilcndy.
Mrs. W. J. Tiley was called to Dos
Moines Wednesday by tho1 serious ill
ness of her mother.
Spencer M. Brooks, of Omnha, tariff
nspector of tho Union Pacific, is spend
ing this week in town.
Henry Lesky resigned his position
at the Iddings lumber yard and went
to Kcnrney to reside.
Mrs. W. T. Berry received a message
yesterday stating thnt her brother had
I died in Highston, N. J .
Thirty Greeks arrived yesterday
morning from Kansas City and will
be put to work on the section.
Walter Rynn, of LosApgcles, visited
Superintendent Wilson Tout Wednes
day while enroute homo from the oast.
Miss Nora Waits, of Farnam who has
boon visitingMr. and Mrs. Harry Smith
for jv'wook past loft for home yester
day. Owing to illness' Mrs. Charles Hendy
Jr., of Denver, was unable to come
down for tjio funorul of Mrs. Charles
Rev. J. J. Christner, of Sutherland
will conduct the services nt the Metho
dis't church on Sunday nnd Rev. W. S.
Porter will fill the pulpit at Sutherland.
Mii and Mrs. Pntton, of Alliance,
became the parents of a baby girl tho
first of tho week. Mrs. Patton was
formerly Miss Nellio Znulor of this city.
Mrs. R. W. Walker and bnby, of
Sterling, who spent the past two
months nt tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
II. J. Godfrey loft yesterday afternoon.
"Tho Gamblers" is tho attraction at
tho Keith this evening. The play is an
exceptionally strong ono nnd tho com
pany comes highly recommended. It
iB a play worthy a largo audience
Wo hnve plenty of monoy on hand
for real estate loans. Real ostnte mort
gages bought and sold.
Buchanan & Patterson.
GuySJwopo, who is boosting tho west
ern Nebraska base ball league, reocived
Sibley Files for Senator.
Chas. A. Sibley, of Fox Crook pre
cinct, has filed for the "republican nom
ination for state senator from this dis
trict, which is composed of Lincoln,
Dnwson and Keith counties'. His op
ponent for tho nomination is Senator
W. V. Hoagland, of this city. Mr.
Sibley represented thedistrict.or rather
the oRl district, in the legislnturo four
New Overland Train.
Extraordinary train service between
Chicago nnd San Francisco, via Omaha
and Ogden, will be established on May
1, by the Northwestern, Union Pacific
and Southern Pacific. It will be known
as the New Overland Limited, and will
chop four hours from the present run
ning time between those two extreme
Because of the superior fast service
an excess fare of $10 will be charged
between Chicago and San Francisco.
The equipment will be all steel of the
Intest type of construction. Tho cars
will be lighted from a dynamo. Tho
first car in the train will be a combina
tion dynamo, baggage, cafe, library
car, and will contain a barber shop and
bath room. Barbers will also act as
Colored women's mnid who are ex
perts in manicuring and hair-dressing
will be employed. There will also bo
stenographers who will bo carefully se
lected and trained to give, information
concerning the points of interest en
route. Stenographic services will be
Ob Ladies' Si!
From Saturday, March 2d,
To Saturday, March 9th,
The city council met Tuesday evenr
ing with five members present. Tracy,
Herminghnusen nnd Donaldson were
unablo to attend. The petition of F.
H. Thompson and others nsking to be
taken out of the city limits was with
drawn. A drainlayer's license was
granted William Green until March 1st.
The usual monthly reports of the city
treasurer, clerk and police judge were
received. The latter announced that
32.20 collected from fines during Feb
ruary. IJio city treasurer s report was
$22,312.50. Clerk Temple's report
show the several funds to be in ex
cellent condition. John Frnzior was
sworn in as councilman in tho first ward
to succeed W. R. 'Moloney. A petition
signed by thirty-five asking that the
question of granting saloon license be
left to the people at the next election,
was received. The council instructed
tho clerk to draw a warrant payable to
tho League of Nebraska Municipalities
for the purpose of joining said league.
Tho object of this league is for tho pur
pose of studying municipal questions
and distributing information in regard
to ordinances. A light was ordered
placed on the corner of Elm and A
street and a sewer flush wugon was
ordered. With foW exceptions all bills
on file wero allowed. ,
We will have on sale a large assortment of Silk Waists in all colors and
styles. Some fancy, some plain tailor-made from Mescalines, Taffetas and
Jap Silks. No waist in the lot sold below $2.00 and a great many of them
sold from $6.50 to $10.00 each. We have divided them into lots as follows:
You can see these in our show window. Come before your size is gone.
an enthusiastic letter from ' Ogalnlln
They are anxious to organ
and becomo a member of
izo h team
Unusunl crtro has been oxercised to
provido an attractive and thoroughly
up-to-dnto lino of Spring Millinery
which aro you cordially invited to call
and inspect. Miss Wimttakeii.
Tho Wnldo grading outfit of forty
horses, wagons.plows.scrapers, etc., and
a dozen men, loft yesterday for Gandy
to comploto a grading contract on the
Callaway extension. This is work
Waldo did not comploto last fall on
account of cold weather.
A Washington dispatch dated Wed
nesday says: "Congressman Kinknid
today recommonded tho nppointment of
E. II. Springer to bo postmaster nt
Brady." Mr. Springer has been post
master for four years and seems to
havo given excellent satisfaction.
"Busy Izzy", presented ut tho Kolth
Wednesdny evening proved ono of tho
most mirth-provoking play wohqvohad
in years. Tho comedians wero actually
funny, the chorus of twenty worohnnd
Bomely costumed nnd tho singing nnd
dancing wero good. Tho nttendnnco
Mr. James J. Frnzeo, who has made
his homo with relatives in town sinco
December, died at tho homo of his
daughter Mrs. Albort James Thursday,
morning. Mr. Frazeo, in company with
his wffo nnd son, wero on their way to
California from Now Jorsoy two months
ago nnd stopped here to spond two
wookB. Ho was taken ill and was un
ablo to resume his journey. Mr. Fra
zeo was in his Goth year. Besides his
wife and son, ho lonves two daughters,
Mrs. Robert Owens and Mrs. Albert
.lameu. of this ulty. Tha funeral will
be held Sunday.
Touting Automobile, fine car in Al
condition. Want good land. Write Box
TJ, Nurth Plttttt, &ub.
We havo a few choice lots in tho
west end that wo can sell for the low
price of $100.00 to 150.00 each. Terms
$20.00 cash and $10.00 por month. De
sirable for building sites or for invest
ments for rise in value.
Buchanan & Pattorson.
W. P.LByron, of Gothenburg, trans
acted business nnd visited friends in
town yterday. t Business in Gothen
burg has boon quiet for several months,
but is now beginning to show more
life. "Roosovelt's candidacy has 'not
nwakoned much enthusiasm in Gothen
burg", says Mr. Byron.
Mrs. Henry Hansen left Wednesdny
for Omaha to spend several days visit
James Wright, of Gandy, spent tho
fore part of tho week in town on bus
iness. Sale Postponed.
Tho snle of J. O. Anderson which
wns to haye been held March 2, was
postponed onoccountof tho snowstorm,
to Saturday, March 10th, at 2 o'clock,
sharp, at tho U. P. barn, Lexington,
Nebr. There will be sold 30 Red Polled
cattle and 50 Duroc and Poland China
brood sows. Catalog on request.
Yours for n better day,
J. O. Anderson.
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OFFERING A SUGGESTION
is ono thing, but putting it into
prnctico is nn entirely different
We Ho Your Plumbing
It's a good suggestion and one wo
enn fully quality on.
Furnished by Us
aro all standard makes, while work
wo do i superior in ovary particu
lar. Estimates givon.
R. F. STUART,
Mop Phon. nr,9. R.. I'h ne CS3
417 East Sixth Stmt.
Miss Irene Stuart entertained a few
friends yesterday afternoon at a Ken
sington. A dainty lunch was served.
. jMesdames James Payne, Ray Lang
ford, (and S. E. Bangs will entertain
the Rebekah konsington at the I. O. O.
F. Hall this afternooi. y
Mesdamos E. E. Linbaugh and Clark
Buchannn entertained a number of
ladies at a konsington Wednesday
afternoon in honor of Mrs. E. E. Hen
derson of Callaway. The afternoon
was a pleasant one, with delicious re
freshments served at the close.
' Tho Degree of Ilonov social club held
a meeting at the home of Mrs. Con
Walker Tuesday afternoon. A larger
number than usual were prssent and an
election of officers was hold. Mrs. W.
p. Elder was elected president, Mrs.
T. M. Cohngen, vice president, Mrs.
Jnmes Cunningham, secretary and
treasurer. Nice refreshments wore
Mr. and ' Mrs. Warren Hogg very
pleasantly entertained a number of
friends Tuesday evening at cards.
Several hours wer 3 spent in high five
and first prize awarded to Mrs. Earl
Davis. Various other entertaining
games and Unique contests were intro
duced after which a delicious lunch wns
served. Partners for supper were
found by matching paper hearts, tho
color scheme of red and white being
A farewell surprise party was ten
derpd Miss Hazel Henderson Inst oven
ing by the L. Y. club. The twenty-
fivo membors mot at the Dickey cafe
and from there wont to tho Hupfer
residence. Mis3 Henderson, after she
recovered her composure, made all wel
come and a jolly ovening was spent in
various names, music und other fea
tures of amusement. Several flash
light pictures were, taken after which
tho guests enjoyed a fine spread. Miss
Henderson will leave for her home in
California aftor anveight Ahonths' visit
in this city
Two story nine room houso with lnrge
closets, sower and bath, electric lights,
full length storm windows and screens,
largo barn, GG foot lot with tho finest
shado trees nnd lawn in town. Within
one block of school. Also have some
household furniture for sale.
Alex Meston, 704 West First St.
Two men named Rico nnd Earl, who
had been employed at the Pacific Hotel,
but who wero discharged Wednesdny
ovening, wero arrested yesterday on
tho' charge of being drunk and disorder
ly. They will bo arraigned in court
T.. A. Line, of Cozad. has ononpd n
jewelry store and watch repairing shop
in the llnlverstend Photograph Gallery
unt.il a moro suitable location can bo
secured. His family are expected
Dr. V. Lucas was colled to Callnway
hn professional business Wednesday.
It only costs one-fourth as imidi to feed
Dr. Hess Stock Tonic as it does
Did you get our letter about this?
Here is the proposition which Dr. Hess & Clark
authorize us to make:
"We want every; one o your customers to
feed Dr. Hess Stock Tonic this season on
a three months test, at our expense. If it
doesn't pay, ask them to return their
empty packages, refund their -money, and
we will pay you."
When they wrote that thqy meant it. We want you to know
that this store and our reputation is riht back of that guarantee.
A 25 lb. Pail at $1.60.
You cannot afford to buy of peddlers. They have to charge
nearly double to keep up expense of man, team, etc. Besides we
are right on the ground to make good our guarantee.
And don't forget to feed Poultry Pan-a-ce-a
to keep poultry healthy and ,make hens lay, and overcome the
debilitating influences of moulting. Remember, Poultry Pan-a-ce-a
we also sell on the Hess & Clark guarantee. Come in and
give us your order for our seasons requirements.
Rexall Drug Store9
NORTH PLATTE, - -" - NEBRASKA, -
We Have Plenty of Money
to Loan on Good Security.
We Have Helped Others, Can't We Help You?
McDonald State Bank,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
w. h. Mcdonald,
Cashier and Yice-Prest.
New Spring Millinery
My stock for spring in entirely new
nnd up to date, comprising a careful
selection of tho
Famous Fisk Pattern Hats
and extend a cordial invitation to tho
Ladies of North Plntte and vicinity to
oflll and impact the lino and get prices
now on dispjny at the Parlor Millinery.
tflrs. Edw. Burke.
3u" E-i Third St.'
DR i. S.
218 West Fourth St.
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