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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., MARCH 31, 1914.
Local and Personal
Attorney and Mrs. M. E. Crosby
spent Sunday visiting relatives and
Miss Francis Harrington is the guest
of her aunt, Mrs. John Herrod, having
arrived from Denver yesterday.
, The North Platte Laundry, the Laun
dry of Quality, tf
SEEDS of all kinds for farm and
garden at Hershey's, corner Locust
and Fifth streets, phone 15.
Mrs. C. A. Boyd and children, of
this city, are visiting for a few days
with relatives and friends in Cozad,
their former home.
Attorney J. G. Beeler left 'yesterday
morning for Ogalalla to attend the ses
sion of district court which is being held
Call on "Your Bosom Friend."
DIckey's Sanitary Laundiiy
The party who left a muff in the
Lloyd opera house a week or so ago can
have same by calling at this office and
paying for this notice.
Will McDonald, R. L. Cochran,
WalterO'Connelland Glenn Rowel were
over Sunday visitors in Stapleton, mak
ing the trip by automobile
The finest lino of Dress Skirts, from
$5 up, just arrived at Tho Leader.
Mr. and Mrs. M C. Harrington, of
Denver, will visit North Platte friends
the latter part of this week while
enroute to Now Orleans.
Ask to see Regina Hats-worn by
women of style. At The Hat Shop, 8
doorsenst of First National Bank.
Mrs. T. J. Foley left today for
her home in Kansas City after having
visited friends here for a few days.
Though it has been twenty-three years
since Mrs. Foley left North Platte, she
found that many of her old friends
were still residents, and had a pleasant
visit with them.
Come in and look over our line of lace
curtains and draperies. We have just
the shade you want at prices that will
euitany pocketbook. Call at our store
andTnake'seleclionsr :"" ' J
Howe & Maloney.
Bert Callender, of Stapleton, arrivod
in the city yesterday for a visit with
friends and relatives and to look after
business matters. He reports snow at
Stapleton yesterday morning but
stated that it melted as frst as it fell.
"Mr. Callender is manaeer of. tho
Iddjngs lumber yard at Stapleton.
Have you noticed the building in the
Cody Additions this Spring? If not,
driye through tho additions, then im
mediately phono Temple and he will
show you what lots are left, so you
can pick yours.
The name of 0. H. Thoelecke of this
city appeared yesterday morning in the
Omaha Bee ns one who was selected
for tho federal grand jury for the fed
eral court session that wiirconvene at
Omaha April Gth. Mr. Thoelecke is now
confined to a hospital taking treat
ment, but his condition is improving
and he may be able to servo on the
jury by the time it is called.
The large town herd pasture adjoin
lng the city. Living water. Easy pay
Vz sections of the Neely Heirs land
just south of the experimental farm.
160 acres of good bottom hay land
north of Sutherland.
Other land, storage room and safe
Bratt & Goodman.
A fire, lightning, tornado, cyclone
and windstorm policy when written by
Bratt & Goodman, means every word
it says and that if you have a loss, it
will be settled promptly and satisfac
torily. Ask any of their hundreds of
patrons. Bratt & Goodman,
Leading Fire Insurance Agents.
Mrs. M. V. Mitchell is homo after u
visit of a few days last week at Chap
pell. The Entre Nous club will be enter
tained tomorrow afternoon at the homo
of Mrs. Snyder, 402 WestNinthBtreot
Only one of a kind. Second shipment
of LaVogno Coats and Suits for ladies.
The music department of tho Twen
tieth century club will meet with Miss
Hannah Kelher Friday nfternoon at 3
Mrs. Charles Hendy and son Charles
are exppcted to arrive today . from
Denver to visit the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Bratt.
Mrs. Gorham and daughter of Grand
Island returned homo yesterday from a
short viBit with the former's daughter
Mrs. W.A. Buchfinch.
The infant son ot Mr. and Mrs. Danl.
Carlisle djed yesterday of pnuumonia.
Funeral services will be hold at the
Lutheran church this afternoon.
Don't let the contract for your
plumbing before you talk with R. F.
Stuart on the matter. His price will
'The Deep Purple" was presented to
a good sized audience at the Keith Sat
urday1 evening. It is a strong play and
was presented in an acceptable way.
Mrs. "W. A. Buchfinck" expects to
loave this week for Grand Island where
she will visit with her parents, Mr. and
Men's guaranteed Suits at $15.00.
Guaranteed all wool and to give satis
factory wear or a new suit free.
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Forecast for North Platte and vicin
ity: Unsettled weathor tonight and
Wednesday, probable Bhowers; not
much change in temperature; moderate
variable winds. Highest temperature
yesterday 40, a year ago 67; lowest last
night 38, a year ago 30.
Visit our rug department and look over
cur line. We lead for the best assort
ment of rugs and our policy is best
quality, best serylce and moderate
prices. "Wo have a large assortment
from which to make, selections. Come
in and visit us whether you are ready to
buy or not.
Howo & Maloney.
The Hendy-Ogier garage sold five
cars in the last week, four Fords and
one Studebaker. Tho Fords were sold
to R. R. Rhodes, Charles Carlson, Ed.
Coker and E. O. Callender and Mrs. S.
W. Kelley purchased a Studebaker.
Tbo company expects to unload sixteen
more Ford cars here the last of the
Bratt & Goodman have on hand
some extra choice real estate loans of
$500 and upwards. These loans are
made on conservative values backed
by good parties. They net 7 and 8
per cent semi-annual interest and not
taxable. A safe investment for your
idle money. No trouble or delay.
They attend to all details, collect and
forward interest and principal. See
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Coats and Dresses
In the seasons, most attractive creations are
here for your inspection. The well dressed
women will find in our assortment of wear
ing apparel the most distinctive models,
selected with special reference to quality of
materials, and above everything else,
in the newest materials
arid styles, up from
Ladies" Outfitting .Store
in all the newest spring
models, up from
Bring all kinds of
To the best equipped machine shop
west of Omaha. Agents for FORD
and STUDEBAKER CARS.
Hendy & Ogier Auto Co.,
I Corner Dewey and Fifth Streots.
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Local and Personal
. Mrs. John Herrod and .daughter Miss
Anceline have returned from a visit iiil
Sanford Hartman left this morning
for Omaha ,to attend the meeting of
Union Pacific Pensioners.
Mrs. Will Diener will entertain the
Efc-A-Virp club at her homo on east
Sixth street tomorrow afternoon.
I will make you a special price on
tho Domostic Vacuum Cleanor during
April,"' Mrs. M. V. Mitchell.
The Baptist ladies will prepare a
supper for 500 Thursday evening in the
church basement. Price 25 cents.
One lot of ladies' Queen Quality
shoes, broken sizes, in tan and black,
lace and button, worth up to $4.50,
your choice at $2.39 at The Leader.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Huddartt, who had
been visiting relatives in California for
three months, returned home ' Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Ives, ot Ogalalla, is viBiting
in the city for a few days with Dean J .
J. Bowkor of the Episcopal church.-
Many attractive styles in charming
models for spring wear, just received
at The Hat Shop, 3 doors east of First
Men's Sewed Soles and Rubber
Heels $1.00, Women's Sewed Soles
and Rubber Heels 85c. Full Rubber
Heels 25c. Tekulve at Yellow Front.
C. K. Martini, of Omaha, arrived in
the city yesterday for a short visit with
friends. Mr. Martini formerly lived
hero and was for a number of years
connected with Tbo.Hub.
Canton farming Implements at
Hershey's: Locust street, opposite
License to wed was issued yesterday
morning from tho office of the county
judge to Nathan W. Scott nnd Miss
Elizabeth L. Ross, both of Myrtle
vicinity. Thoy were married by Judgo
Grant and thoy will make their home in
tho Myrtle vicinity. Both young people
are well and favorable known in the
north part of the county,
REDUCED PRICES for Monarch
Malleable Rangea tomako room for now
stock at Hershey's, corner Fifth and
Locust streets. Phone 15.
It wbb reported here last week that
Burlington engineers were at work
south of tho river in tho east part of
this county, but tho report has since
been denied. In this connection a high
official of the Burlington remarked last
week that tho I'latto valley would bo
built when the traffic from tho new
Wyoming lines justify it.
For all acute or chronic diseases, tho
Indicator Homeopnthic remedy, always
the safest, quickest and best.
In this department for the treatment
of Chronic Eczema,. Psoriasis, Prultus,
Lupus, Gout, Rheumatism, Glandular
Swellings, Menstrual Irregularities
Arteris Selerosds and Cancer.
Radium Bromide Pure.
Twinem Drug Deit.
Buys Lumber Yard at Maxwell
A deal was consummated last week
whereby the C. F. Iddings Co. pur
chased the north side lumber at Max
well from tho Maxwell Lumber &
Grain Co. The yard was owned by an
Omaha concern and was managed by
C. J. Polinski. Tho deal involves $15,000
and wns made by Dick Baker, manager
of the Iddings yards in this city.
The Iddings company already owned
a yard in Maxwell and .there have been
two yards operating for the post two
years. Neither havo done enough bus
iness so make any money, but by the
consolidation a larger stock can bo car
ried, expenses reduced and a fair re
turn received from tho investment.
Houses and lots in all parts of the
city, farms, unimproved lands at low
prices and on easy payments. Always
see Bratt & Goodman before you buy.
The Christian aid society will meet at
three o'clock Thursday afternoon in tho
Tiger Press Drills at Hershey's,
Locust street, opposite postoflice.
The Daily Hub says the Union Pacific
will construct an eighteen stall round
house in Kearney this year and mako
other improvements at n costof a half
a million dollars.
Mr. and Mrs. Newton E. BucKley ar
rived in the city this morning and will
visit here until Friday with Mrs.
Buckley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Bratt. They will leave Friday for Santo
Domingo where Mr. Buckley has been
made chief engineer in tho employment
of tho govornmont. The appointment
was onlv recently made and Mr. Bnck-
i loy will take up his duties upon his ar
Bradford DIv. No. 200 G. I. A. will
celebrate its 17th anniversary at the
homo of .E Moody at 1301 Enst-Sixth
street on Tuesday, April 7th. All en
gineers and their wives are cordially
invited to attend. Bachelors aro re
quested to bring prospectivo G. I. A.
Threo lots sold this lost week in tho
Cody 2nd addition. ' C. F. Tomplo.
License to wed was issued Saturday
afternoon from tho office of the county
judge to George Beridgo of Paxton and
Mrs. Catherine M. Doge of Hutchison,
Kans. They wore married Sunday
morning at 6:30 by Judge Grant at his
home. Tho groom is u farmer of tho
Paxton vicinity and tho bride was
formorly a dressmaker at Hutchinson.
They will mako their homo tho
For Sale Pure Plymouth Rock ogga,
50c per sotting or $3.00 por 100 eggs.
L. A. Gombl6, 703 West Eleventh St.,
Phono block 395.
The Baptist auxiliary will meet Fri
day afternoon in tho church basement
for their regular meeting. A ten cent
lunch will be served.
Tho county commissioners left today
for the north part of tho county to in
Aprons on sale in basement of Bap
tist church Thursday, April 2nd.
No better nor safer investment to
day than a Mutual Life Policy
written by Bratt & Goodman, written
and guaranteed by the biff, solid and
sound Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
N. Y. Let us show how little cash it
takes to carry a life policy where
dividends nearly pay premiums.
Bratt & Goodman,
Ivory Brummet has been on tho sick
list several days.
Tho Gandy people gave a homo tal
ent play at the Garfiold hall last Satur
Alta Hoy and LenaSonsel spent Sun
day afternoon and ovening with Lura
Cyrus and Ed Fox made a trip to
Stapleton last Monday.
Harold and Ruth Siver were Arnold
Pete Henry of Stop table is up on the
T. M. Johnson and wifo were Staple
ton visitors Friday.
Clark Andrew and Mark Smith havo
boon breaking colts during tho post
Mrs. Maude Delosh of Table is at J.
II. Smith's taking adjustments.
Jako Miller, Adam Sensel and son
Cyrus made a trip to North Platte Fri
day. Mrs. G. II. Smith is on tho sick list,
Let Us Help You
lr you only Knew now greatly wo
can lessen your work and trouble, you
would most certainly come to us for
Compounds to restore wall paper to
its original brightness
Prepared Lye that will immensely re
lieve the drudgery
Sponges that will last longest and
Guaranteed Rubber Gloves to protect
Metal Polishes for making brass,
nickel and silver shine like new.
Household Ammonia .of tho bust
grade, tho kind that goes fartherest
and cleans best.
Brushes for varnishing and painting,
tho kind that gives real service.
The Dost Chamois Skins possible to
obtain: and at most reasonable prices
Insect Powders that positively de
stroys tho vermin.
Reflocto Furniture Polish, guaranteed
to restoio lustre to woodwork, tile work,
furnituro ond piano, a splendid prepa
ration that means economy, less labor
and pleasant satisfaction to you. 25c.
BEST ASSORTMENT EV3BR-
10 cents 122 cents
15 cents' 20 cents
25 cents 35 cents
, 40 cents
C. M. NEWTON.
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