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We have a very pretty line of mesh bags
also fancy leather bags; something new.
Let us show you.
CLINTON, Jeweler and Optican.
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j For Your Drugs. Orders Do- $
U Ilvered promptly. JJ
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Local and Personal
FYj McGovern transacted business
in Sutherland last weak.
Will Stnck loft Sunday evening for
Omaha to spend a fow days.
Charles Smith, of Grand Island, is
ihe guest of the McGuiro family.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hawloy havo re
turned from a short visit in Omaha.
E. J. McFerrin expects to go to
Omaha in u fow days to transact busi
Cash Austin roturncd Sunday even
in'gJYfrom the automobile show in
Miss Calllo Rork , entertained a
number of friends at a bod sleigh party
Harlcy Greesan wont to Omaha Sun
day ovoning, Fnroute homo ho will
visit in Elm Creek.
Mr., nnd Mrs. E. A. Cary moved Sat
urday into tho Dutler Buchanan houso
en west 2nd street.
Claud Anderson, late of Wauso, Neb.,
has moved horo and will reside on a
ranch south ot town.
Mr. Fitzgerald, of Omaha, who visited
his daughter Mrs. Earl Hamilton last
week left Friday evening.
Mss Agnes Connolly, of Choycnno,
came down Saturday morning to visit
ter aunt Mrs. Bridget Jones.
Miss Mablo Carroll has accepted a
position in tho Dickey confectionery
, store nnd began work Saturday.
WMr. nnd Mys. Jncob Pizer, of Hast
ings, arrived hero Sunday to visit Mr,
and Mrs, Julius Pizer for n week.
If you nra looking for real ostuto you
are looking for C. F. Templo, for ho
has it, all kinds.
Tho Uoynl Neighbors will be enter
tained ut tho K. P. hall on March 5th by
Mcsdamos Elliott nnd Hammer.
. Mrs. Walker, of Denver, who visited
Mr.andMrs. Jesso Van Dyko last
wcolc, wont' homo Saturdny morning.
Mj. Vincent Whitney, of Gothcn
burgwho visjtcd Mr, nnd Mrs. Arthur
Allemlast week, wont homo Saturday.
Miss Georgia White, of St Joo, ar
rived horo Saturday morning to take
charge of tho Hub Milllnory Depart
ment. Mr, and Mrs, Herbert Duke left at
soon Saturday for Stapleton to visit
the lattcr's parents Mr. and Mrs. A, J,
Mrs. Edward Ahcrns and son re
turned to Sidney Saturday after speed
ing a week with hor mother Mrs, Nets
Mr. J. E. Ammoris has
purchased the clotlung store
of J. F, Clabaugh, at 520
Dewey street. North Platte,
and will continue the busi
ness and carry a full and
complete line of everything
for men to wear.
The hills owing prior to
March 1, 1913, are due and
payable to Mr. Clabaugh,
at the store. All persons
hngwing themselves indebt
ed will please call and settle
their accounts at the earliest
time possible, as I want to
gcB these accounts settled at
J. F. CLABAUGH.
Miss Marie LeDioyt will go to Sidney
Thursday to visit friends.
S. C, Jacobs will roturn this after
noon from a brief visit in St Louis.
Robert Ginn, of Perry, la., is visiting
this week at the homo, of his brother
George Rodgora went io Corning, la.,
yosterday allernoon to vist relatives for
two weeks, v
Mra.T&B Boatman left yesterday
afteriiocm for Denver to spend ton days
Joseph Weeks, of .Grand Island, came
up yesterday afternoon to spend a
couplo of days.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Giddeon will en
.tartain a number of young people nt an
ovening party tonight.
Miss Hazel Mlnshall is expected in
tho near future from Lincoln to visit
her parents for a week or longor.
Mian Bornico Hughes has ncceptod a
position in tho Hub millinery depart
ment and began work yesterday.
Special services will be held nt St.
Patrick's church noxt Sunday for tho
Knights of Columbus.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Cramor began
hpuBtkcoping in their now homo on
wealth street Saturday.
Mrs. Tillio McLean left at noon yes
terday for Glenville to be tho guest of
hor son for Bomo time.
Miss Efilo Christ has roturncd from
Lexington whore sho spent a week with
her sister Mrs.. Albert Naveraux.
Mrs. NoIh Hnmmor returned yester
day from Sidney where she visited a fow
days with her dnughtor Mrs. Ed
The. Indian'- euililnf th l?nimm.i
church' v5(H "bo" entortainod Thursday
oiternoon by tra. Moso McFnrland on
Second street. ( .. "k'
Miss Ruby Freeman, of Columbus,
who had,becn visitinc her nunt Mrs.
Gcorgo'Rodgers for two weeks, left
ior nomo yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Fred Miller and dnughtor Wini
fred of Fremont, who visited Mrs.
Miller!? mother Mrs, Dick Cox, Tost
week;. Wont homo Saturday.
Thc'ybuVg'moi) ctho Baptist church
will hold an ontoVtafnment in tho baso
mont in tho new church on Thursday
evening of this week.
Mr. nnd-Mrs. Harry Block who came
horo recently from Syracuse, N. Y., to
ongnga in" business, havo rented the
Basta bungalow on east 4th street.
Tho Lutheran aid society will be enter
tained on Thursday afternoon at tho
homo of Mrs. Guy Cover. Mesdames
Wendeborn and Johnston will assist in
Miss Adele LeDioyt entertained the
membora of tho C. C. C. club nt n very
enjoyablo party Saturday aftornoon.
The refreshments were nicely prepared
and served In two courses.
Will Ginn has concluded to again lo
cate in North Platte. v A car of his
housohold goods are $n the local track
awaiting Will's opportunity to secure a
houso in which to live.
,w. Few North PJatto people are awaro
at Al o'clock - Saturday night the tem
perature dropped Yory suddently to four
degrees below zero, nnd within two
hours had risen to seventeen above.
No. 8-1, Nice 5 room cottage on west
Seventh, modern oxcept heat. Barn
and coal sheds, nice trees and lawn.
Prico $2100.Q0. C. t. Temile:
Albert Timmorman, Jr., entertained
a score or more of his young playmates
Friday afternoon in honor of his eighth
birthday. Games wero played for a
couplo of hours nf tor which the young
guests were servod with n nice lunch
nnd Master Albert presented with a
numbor of gifts.
City Properly for Sale.
lots with nnd without buildings, close in
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and aidownlks that we aro ofForinjc at
bo nolo to oiFer them when tho
spring opons up.
In our judgment there will be a big
advance on this class of property soon.
Buchanan & Pattehson.
Francis Stolle Elopes With Nurie.
Francis Stolle, a former North Piatte
boy, who for several years has boon a
student at the Lelnnd .Stanford uni
versity at Palo Alto, Cal., taking
tho medical course, figured in on elope
ment last week. The lady In the case
was Miss Vivian Freeman, of San Fran
cisco, a graduate nurse at tho Lano
hospital. Tho wedding occurred at San
Pafael, and upon learning of the mar
riage the mothcifcind aunt of the bride,
the living relatives, overlooked tin
elopement and extended their blessing
t tho young couplo.
Mr. Stolle, who is a nephew of Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Von Gootz, is a bright
young man and will no doubt become a
leading physician of California.
Let a demonstration in a Buick car
over the hills of tho Buick route be the
standard by which you judge all auto
mobiles. J. S. Davis Auto Co.
North Platto, Ncbr,
Last month ,the temperature went
hippity sktpplty, ranging from a maxi
mum of sixty-eight above to a minf
mum of oightecn below zero. As a
whoio the month was several degrees
colder than the average.1 - Che' lowes,t
temperaturo in any February' was
thirty-five degrees below . zero
Tho precipitation was- .just
a little loss than an inch, which' is
more than double (ho average for
February. Tho total m.v$rn.ent of
wind was less than 6,000 miles, and the
highest velocity thirty'tnlles 'per. hour.
Thero aro many additions and lots
uppn the market, but only in the
Trustee's and Riverdalo additions aro
residence lots to be found for sale im
proved with coment sidewalks, sewer,
water main and graded streets. These
improvements cost about $100 a lot but
enhance the value of the lots
much more than that. Permanent
sidewalks reach to every lot in the
Trustee's and Riverdale additions and
city mail is delivered. Splendid base
ments may be built without fear of
water and tho sewer is deeper in the
groumd than in any other part of ,the
city. These lots are situated between
seven nnd ten blocks from Dowey
street. Prices of lots, $250 to $400. A
discount will bo given for cash or easy
terms to those who prefer.
Forsaloby Wm. E. Shuman.
Last week a new nrrival in town
sought n house in which to live. He
visited Patterson & Buchanan and "that
firm said they didn't havo anything in
the house line; Bratt & Goodmari0sn!d
they had ono house but it was uninhabi
table. C F. Templo reported one Ijpuso
but would not recommend it for resi
dence purposes. Thnt's the condition
in North Platto today. Twenty-five
good residences could bo rented out
within an hour's time if they wore
Lester Oscar Caster, tho seven year
year, old son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Caster, died Sunday at his homo n
tho Fourth wnrd. Death was duo to
brnin foyer. The remains were taken
to Farnam yesterday morning accom
panied by the parents nnd other rela
tives. The friends of Walter B. McNeel,
the north sjdo stockman will regret to
learn that he is in a very sorious con
dition duo to diabetic gangrene. An
amputation of ono of his limbs might
prolong his life for a time, but it has
not yet been decided whether this op
eration will bo performed.
Miss Sybil Kloin expects to leave in a
short timo for Fnlls City to rcmoin indef
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RED CATTLE LICE.
Stone Drug Co.
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vf Hendy-Ogier Auto Co., Announce the Stude-
Hendy-Ogier Auto Co. have one of the new 1913 35 and one 25 Studebaker
Automobiles. The public is invited to inspect these models at their garage
215 E. Sixth Street. Ask or phone for demonstration and place your order
for the next shipment in April.
This six passenger car, new in design is equipped with a Wagner Electric
self-starter and lighting system, has n 6-inch wheel base and sells fully equipped
at North Piatte for $1,350.00. Why put as much in a car without starter and
electric lights? Those who have seen this model pronounce it the neatest in de
sign and finish of any cars which have been shown in our city.
The 25 is a very classy little model, Prest-0 starter and lights, selling
fully equipped at North Platte for $935.00.
With agencies for the Ford and Studebaker Automobiles, we are selling the
cars that sell in number above all other automobiles manufactured in the world.
The prices are right and the cars have a reputation none can refute.
With our new two- story garage on the corner of Dewey and Fourth street,
which willbe ready June 1st, we will be well able to handle the auto sales and
repair business in the future.
HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO.,
Agents for Ford and Studebaker Automobiles.
Local and Personal
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Peckham, of
Brady, are visiring friends in town
Joy Hollingsworth came down from
Ogalalln Sunday nnd droye homo two
Miss Ethel Posey loft this morning
for Fremont and Omaha to be the guest
of friends for a week.
Will Ottcn returned the fore part of
this week from Omaha where he spent
a few days on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Wagner, of Cleveland,
Ohio, spent Saturday and Sunday with
friends in this city.
S. G. Swanson, Earl Fear, Guy Fear
and L. "Whittiker, of Wallace, were
visitors in town yesterday.
Mrs, James Kennedy left at noon
yputerday for Elm Creek to visit her
husband who is employed there.
Miss Elizabeth Hinman entertained a
number of young ladies at an infoamal
party Friday evening. Nice refresh
ments were served.
L. C. Sawyers, local representative
of Morris & Co., the South Omaha
meat packers, resumed work yesterday
after being ill for ten days.
The Catholic GUIs club held a very
successful exchange at the Howe &
Maloney store Saturday and netted a
neat sum for their treasury.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown were
called to Frcowater, Ore., Sunday by
tho death of their brother-in-law Fred
Beller who formerly resided in this city.
Tho Landgraf billiard team will be
givon a cod fish supper tomorrow even
ing in the Elk club rooms by the Mc
Govern team, which they defeated in
the touniament last week.
L. A. Lyne, of Hastings has opened
a jewelry and watch repairing business
in the Jerry Bowen drug Btore in the
Fourth ward. Mr. Lyno is experienced
in this lino of work and intends to bo
coma a permanent resident.
The Two Rivers Lodge D. of H. held
a very enjoyable entertainment last
evening in the K. P. hall. A program
1 of music and recitations was rendered,
games played nnd at midnight a nice
I Mrs. Kettell and son, of Denver,
who visitad Mr. and Mrs. James Fonda
last week, wero called to Scotts Bluffs
a few days ago by the doath of the
former's husband who was killed while
working there ns civil onginoer. Mr.
Kettell was a former resident of this
city, having been employed in survey
ing hero about fifteen years ago.
baker 1913 Automobiles.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Our- successful business men Jjog-nn by snvinir
tho fiist money they onrnetl so tlititxrhoti'ti husfc
rtoss ohnnce arose they were, In n positldn'-to
frrnsp it. Many senior xnemJbera of grout firms
became Junior members of that sumo firm bir
having AlOimY StWJSD with which to buy the
first interest thoy had in the business. Stui-t a
bank account and see how happy yOU vjjj uo to
see it grow; it will bo the best friend you havo
and tho J3BST JAJXAtJ3jR. "
Do YOUlt ba Vfittifc wMli
The First National Bank,
OP NORTH PXATTIS, FlSBRAsitA.
The Largest liank in IVosiorn Nebraska.
Curious Night Wells.
A curious form of water hole is found
In the dexcrt of Western Australia,
dry by day. hut yielding an abundant
supply of water h.v nlnht. Tlu tlow or
water Is priM-i-di'd h.v hissings nnd
sounds of niMlilUK ulr The phenome
non Is dismissed h.v Dr. Malcolm Mac
laren. who tuts located und examined
one nf tliee wells' ilo fouud that the
water supply occurred In a lonjr. nar
row trench, at the hottom of which
was u thin plate of gneiss, separated
by u cnvlty from the main rock mass
beneath Apparently the heat of the
day causes this plate to expand in tho
form of depression, into which the
water retreats When It cools und com
tracts at night It forces tirst air and
then water back luto tho trench. "X"-
1 GEO. B. DENT,
2 Physician and Surrjeon, f
f Office over McDonald Bank. '
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if J Residence 115
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