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Loving Cups Trophies Medals -Watches
The jeweler is very do to life in nil Its variations. Kis art expresses and
typifies victory, achieven nt, superior performance, as well as Lcauty, utility,
joy nn J refinement.
Athletic triumphs are acknowledged with a silver lovinp cup, a medal or a
cold watch. The same with civic and business service and nil forms of faith
ful performance. f
Dress ia adorned with a touch cf art in the forp of a pin, a brooch, a
chain or a ring.
The refined and festive table sparkles with bright silver and cut glass.
Life's heroic and joyful moments are marked with a jewel or a bit of gold
or silver. Life itself is measured by the jeweler's watch or clock. '
The jeweler serves the finest and best interests of life. His place can never
be taken by those who dicker in jewelry, solely on a commercial basis, with
out the heart interest of one who loves his craft. '
You suffer as well as we, if you are not in touch vith a reliable jewelry store.
The stocks in this, store are chosen with skill and care from a wide and con
glomerate market where experience is needed to distinguish the worthy from
the worthless. We offer both economy and satisfaction.
DIXON, THE JEWELER,
Union Pacific Watch Inspector
Peppered With Shot
0. H. CRESSLER.
Ofl'co over the McDonald
Local ,and Personal
Mrs. John Kenny, of Maxwell,
visiting relatives in town.
Gus Rosenblum, of Lexington, spent
the first of this week in town.
James Diener left for Denver a few
days ago to visit for two weeks.
Mrp. Foward who was visiting in
Denver came home Wednesday evening
Miss Blanche Wright has accepted a
position in the Dickey Confectionery.
Miss Nora Thompson, of Stapleton,
spent the early part of th's -vWeek in
town. ,l , i
Dr. Foot, of Omaha, spent the first
of this week here on professional business.
Mr. and Mrs. Reneur, of Tryon, who
visited in town this week, have gone
Earl Calhoun left the fore part of
this week for Portland to remain inde
Mrs. Frank Doran"and daughters who
were visiting in Omaha came home
Mr. and Mrs. Art Yates, of Suth
erland, visited friends in town this
Mrs. James Fonda left a few days
ago for Denver to visit friends for a
Tim Keliher, of Chicago, spent Wed
nesday visiting his children and other
relatives in town.
Ice cream cones and sundaes sold by
the sweetest of girls at the Presbyter
ian church carnival.
Miss Emma Anderson, of Gothenburg,
who will teach in the local schools came
Wanted An apprentice in the Hub
Miss Hazel Arnell who was the guest
of her sister for two weeks, left for
home the firstof this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Robbins, of
Scotts Bluffs, spent the first of this
week in town with friends.
Miss Bradberry will leave this week
for Shelby where she has the contract
to teach school this year.
Mrs. Mitchell, of Council Bluffs, who
visited her sister Mrs. W. S. Leon last
week, left for home Wednesday morn
ing. Miss Gladys Irvin, of Dayton, 'Ky.,
visited her cousin Mrs, Will Hendy
this week whils enro'ute home from a
pleasant visit at Estes Park.
Estrayed Mouse-colored horse, age
lOyears, white right foot with ropeburn,
weight about 800 lbs. Dav. Scott, 203
East 9th Street. Cl4
Mrs. W. P Moloney entertained a
dozen young iadie , at a dinner Tuesday
evening in honor of her sister Miss
Nell Dye and Mrs. Benedict of Salina,
Kans., who are her guests. The latter
part of tho evening was spent in music
and social conversation.
Why not live in town by paying a
little more for vour lot. Let's talk it
over. - 0. H. Thoclecke.
What? Presbyterian church carnival
When? Thursday evening. Septem
Where? Presbyterian church base
ment. Who? For everybody.
Why?.So you can have a better
supper and more fun in one p voning
than you had before.
Wanted To Kent.
A farm with a good sized pasture.
W. C. Fairchild, North Platte, Nebr.
Miss Bertha Tilitz has accepted a
position in the local telephone office.
F. C. Iloxio went to Grand Island
Wednesday morning on business.
Earl Carlson left a few days ago for
Alliance to engage in business.
Mrs. Will Doebka and Mrs. John
Weaver returned a few days ago from
a short visit in Sutherland' with friends.
Mrs. Herman LeDioyt and family re
turned this week from Schuvler where
they visited relatives for two weeks.
Mrs. Remeka, of Grand Junction, who
was the guest of her sister Mrs. Le
Masters, returned home Wednesday.
Mrs. L. L. Berthe and children re
turned Tuesday evening from a short
visit with relatives in Kearney.
Miss Maude Ries, of Kearney, who
has been visiting her sister Mrs. Jack
McGraw, will leave Saturday.
W. H. C. Woodhurst left Tuesday
night for Alliance where he will trans
act business for several days
Fresh crisp buttered popcorn will be
sold by the boys at the Presbyterian
Edgar Schiller left Tuesday evening
for Portland and other western points
Wspend a' couple of weeks.
Mrs. George Finn very pleasantly
entertained the Mothers' club Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bailor and baby
returned Wednesday from a visit in
Judge Rhea, of Lexington, spent tho
earyj)ar,t of this week in town on
Mis. Carl Lintz has returned from a
visit in Denver with her mother and
Mrs. Tucker and daughter Miss Hazel
Henderson, of Oakland, Cal., came a
few clays ago to visit Mr. and Mrs!.
Will Hapfer and other relatives.
Miss Nell Dye and Mrs. Benedict, of
Salina, Kansas, will leuve the firBt of
next week after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Will Maloney for three weeks.
See those handsome babies among
them the incorrigible twins at the
Presbyterian church carnival.
Misses Anna and Ida Oberg, of Mad
rid, la., who spent several weeks with
their consin Miss Jennie Carlson, left a
few days ago for Denver.
Mrs. Ralph Gnrman and mother
Mrs. Johnson left a few days ago for
Malvern, la., to make an extended
visit with relatives.
Judge and Mrs. W. H. Munger, who
had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Horton
Munger for a few days, returned to
Dr. Frank C. Johnson nnd family
who visited his parents Mr. and Mrs.
L, Johnson, last week, returned home
Mrs. Stringe, of Chicago, who was
colled here by the death of her sister
the late Mrs. W. B. Salisbury, will
Mrs. Fiest, of Fremont, who spent
two weeks with her daughter Mrs.
Giddeon Winkloman, roturnod home
Jamqs M. Tolly, formerly of this city
and Miss Anna Macht of Omaha, will
be married at Omaha on Tuesday, Sep
Ernest Signbee, of Algona, Colo.,
and Miss Ethel Sounson, Orid, Colo.,
were married by Judge Grant Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hall and Miss
Clara Hall, of Pendleton, Pa., visited
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner and family
Wednesday while enroute to Oregon.
I Special'on school outfits, suits,
shoes, ties, hose and caps for boys up
to 16 years at the Leader.
Mrs. Walter Hoagland was hostess
to a number of lady friends Friday
afternoon whan she entertained in honor
of her cousin, Mm. E. Drain, of Pitts
burif. Refreshments were served on
Edward Rebhausen is confined to the
house with about fifty leaden pellets,
burlod beneath the" skin of his sides,
right groin and left arm, the result of
accidental shootingyWednesday nftor
noon while hunting nenr the George
Young place in Medicine precinct. A
party consisting of Otto Thoclecke,
John Den, Ed Rebhausen and son nnd
Percy Schott started out in Thoelecke's
car Wednesday morning for tho Yfcung
place, and upon arrival thnre were
joined by Mr. Young and the hunt for
chickens began. At the time of the
shooting Rebhausen was walking be
hind tall brush, Young nnd the two
boys were on the hillside abovn him,
and Thoelocke was in a draw below
eim, the brush obscuring him
from all the hunters. A covuy
of chickens arose, and as they
passed toward tho brush Thoelecke
fired from below and Schott from
above, part of both the charges reach
ing RebhaUsen and entering his body.
He immediately cried out that he was
shot and Thoelecke hurried to his side,
and making an examination satisfied
himself -that while Rebhausen was ser
iously hurt, he has not mortally
wounded. D He was placed in the , car,
and dtiven to the Kunkle place, where
his wounds were bathed nnd then ho
was hurried home and a physician
summoned. It was found that the
larger number of the shot were em
bedded from one to two inches in the
flesh, those on the groin and sides being
buried in the ftty substance, of
which Rebhausen possesses plenty.
Will Bar Societies.
Whereas :Sec. 237 of the school laws
of Nebraska reads as follows: "It shall
be unlawful for the pupils of any public
schools or elementary schools of thls
state to participate in or be members
of any secret fraternity or 6ecret
organization what so ever that is in any
degree a school organization."
And whereas it is rumored that a
bread of this law, by subterfuge or
otherwise, is contemplated by certain
prospective pupils of the High School;
Therefore be it resolved:- That we
the members of the Board of Education
in rrieeting assembled, nnd pursuant to
our lawful and bounden duty, do hereby
authorize and direct Superintendent
Tout to require tho signature of pupils
applying for enrollment in the high
School to a written guarantee that such
pupils are not now nor will hereafter
become members of any society what-so-ever
that is in any degree a ttchool
organization, the object of which has
not been reviewed and endorsed by
said Board of Education. And hi it fur
ther revolved that tho said signed guar
antee is hereby made a necessary condi
tion of admission to the high scho61.
Local and Personal
Mrs. Boyden nnd daughter, of Grand
Island, nrriveil Wednesday evening to
be tho guests 6f the Streitz family.
Misses Loretta Murphy nnd Bessie
Smith took tip their woric as tenchcis
in the Horshoy schools this weok,
Mrs. Karabee, of Wallaco, went
home thU week after being a patient nt
the hospital for several weeks.
Wanted A trirl for general house
Vork. Mrs. A. B. Hoagland.
Miss Leonrt Mnrovish who visited
her sister Mrs. A. J. Fraxier hns gono
to Port Arthur, Ore.
Bert Reynolds spent yesterday in
Shelton on bUblncss connected with n
Mrs. Donaldson nnd daughters who
were visiting in Omaha enme home n
few days ago.
VictorAhflcrson will lenvo Sunday
evening for" Denver to spend sevorn
Miss Agnes Leaf, of Brady, spent
the first of this week vistting friends in
Mrs. Rasmussen, formerly of this
city is visiting her sister Mrs. John
Attorney Rolfc Halligan went ts
Broken Bow a few days ago on busi
ness. Miss May Youngmnn who hid been
in the training school for nurses at the
P. & S. hospital received her diploma
tho first of this week.
The Lutheran Brotherhood will meet
next Monday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Weingand, 821 W.
Miss Polack, of Lincoln, who has
been guest of her sister Mrs. W. P.
Synder, will leave in a few days for
Elegant residence lots from $150 to
$300 on Third, Fourth and Fifth
streets. These are choice bargains.
0. H. Thoclecke.
Want Sunday Picture Show.
At the meeting of the city coUncii
Wednesday evening a petition signed
by about 150 residents was presented
asking that the section of an ordinance
prohibiting picture shows operating on
Sunday be repealed, thus giving the
shows the right to run seven days a
week. In order to get the matter be
fore the council, the attorney was in
structed to draft an ordinance repealing
the prohibiting clause. This ordinance
will probably come up for adoption or
rejection at the next meeting of the
It is probable that a remonstronce,
bearing several timeH 150 signatures,
will be presented nt the next meeting.
The church people propose to take a
decided stand against Sunday picture
In the story "Monn," Wade a pros
pector swears vengeance on Lee be
cause of his interference when Wade
is forcing his attentions on Mona, an
Indihn maid. Wade inflames the
Indians against Lee, and later implants
jealously of Monn in Mrs. Lee's mind.
His 4il!ianous career is cut short by a
bear' trap and his treachery is dis
covered. "The Village Blacksmith," pictures
an idle woman of great weal.b, who
finds little joy in living. She rebuffs her
little doughter, who urges her to assist
in work among the poor. The chance
reading of Longfellow's poem makes
her realize that her life is tiresome be
cause it is useless.
"Masquerading in Bear Canyon" is a
Frontier comedy. Alice Brandon is
taken by her father to Bear Canyon
for her henlth. She thinks it is n fine
lark to change clothes with the daugh
ter of a great herder. This mystifies
the attending doctor nnd her fiancee,
nnd a sprightly romiinco grows out of
"The Harvest af Flamo," is a two
reel Rex offering, written and directed
by Wallaco Reid. He, also, plays the
role of inspector. The views of the
factory are interesting, Particularly
good is the fire portion in which tho
inspector rescues the heroine, Pauline
"When Cupid Won," is a Nestor
farce comedy that is lively and amus
ing. There are a number of characters
that are well made upa..d act naturally.
IF ANYTHING HAPPENS
to your auto on the Fourth or any
other day call us up and wo will
s,pd tho-machino and make the
necessary repairs. Wouldn't it
be a good plan to have us over
haul your carnow. Then nothing
wil happen to it on the Fourth,
that ptrfect condition can prevent.
J. S. Davis Auto Co.
H . - -vy - .
Granite Harvester Oil
A heavy-bodied, free-running oil, for farm machines,
that goes on bearings and stays on.
Especially good where boxes and bearings are worn.
Never rusts, never gums.
Granite Harvester Oil is supplied in gallon and 5-gallon
cans, barrels and half-barrels.
For sale by all dealers or
Standard Oil Company
Buchanan & Patterson's
..Bargain List of Dwellings..,
HERE IT IS.
New five room cottage on East Fifth street, with
toilet, bath and heat and only $2400.00. This will sell
quick. Don't delay.
Nice six room cottage, shade trees and blue grass'
only one block from the Court House. Price $2200.
The lot is worth what we are asking for the property.
2. 14 Acres, good six room dwelling, barn, chicK&y
house, windmill located only 8 blocks from the Hihjf
School. This will be equal to full city block and we'
make the low price of $2500. Easy terms.
Five room house and barn, South Dewey str&ft
Nice six room cottage 721 West Seventh strcter
handy to new round house. Modern except heat. Priced
, Extra nice 4 room cottage on West Tenth street,
in4the, 600 block. Price $1,750. t
Good eight room dwelling on East Tenth street,
in' the; 900 block. Price $1,700.
All of these properties are choice bargains and
caji be Vo'Ught on easy terms. Be sure and see thesg ,
before you buy. - "JT.
Bucjhanan & Patterson,
Stability, Efficiency and Service
Jnvc boon tho Jitators
In tho growth or tho
First National Bank,
XOR'ril PLA.TT12, ICJSXSJASPA'
CAPITAL A3i& SUKIf,US:
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
THE BUICK LINE
B55 5-Passenger G-cylinder touring car
B54 2-Passenger G-oylinder roadster
B37 5-Passenger 4-cylinder touring enr
BUG 2-Passenger 4-cylinder roadster
B25 5-Passenger 4-cylinder touring car
B24 2-Passenger 4-cylinder roadster
These prices nre f. 0. b. factory.
All Models electric lighted, started and
ignited by the improved Delco system. No
magneto is used on any of the Models. The
perfected carburetor used on all 1914 cars is
absolutely the best on the market and adjust
ment is reduced to a minimum. We are booking
J. S. DAVIS AUTO CO.
September 2Hi to October -Sib 1913
EVERYBODY SHOULD GOJtfE (U
to um.A.ni. TO SEE
Automobile Floral Parade.TuespayBN.Sept.30-
Elcctrical Parade, Wednesday,, Night. October lar
German Day Parade. Thursday Atternooh, October SC
Coronation Ball, Friday Evening, October 3ns
Irwin Bros. Frontier Day. Wild West Show''
Every Afternopn, September sr to October
Douglas Gounty FairIandLive Stook Suovjt0
Big Hippodrome SHowf New Garnivai. Grounds
AM,3&arto3.r 17- & Howard
LMAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS NOWF,
September ?At iq October l yaa,
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