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CLINTON, The Jeweler
LOCAL Am) PJEKSONAL
Mrs. Hay Kelley was the
friends In Overton Sunday.
Miss Jcnnio Lincoln has accepted
a position in tho 10 cent store.
Ray Gould, of Boulder, Colo., Is the
Kuest of his cousin J. C. Askwlg.
Mrs. Wood Whito went to Grand 1s
and Sunday night to visit relatives.
Prank Steel, living north of town,
mado final proof on his homestead yes
terday. Miss Mary Guyinan, of Wood Itivor,
is a guest at the homo of hor brothor
B. J. Guyman.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiclcstroin, ofi
Ilorshoy, w.oro visiting with local
Goorgo Wolr arrived homo Sunday
from tho state unlvorsity'to spend tho
The stork deposited a nino, pound
boy at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. John
Mi', and Mral Win. Rector wore call
ed to Cambridge, Neb., Sunday by tho
death of Mrs. Rcetor',8 sistor.
M. L. McCtillough, of Elsie, a formor
merchant of this city, Is in town visit
ing friends and transacting business.
Ralph Garman has returned from
Thursday morning tho high school
cadets lcavo for tho encampment at
Gothenburg, whero they will remain
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wnltemath and
son Harry left Saturday night for a
visit to tho San Prnnclsco and Han
Mrs. Prank Johnson, of Portland,
Ore., formerly Miss Lena McGrow, of
this city, is visiting hor parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Mcurow.
H. i. Graves, Arthur Pluinor and
cimrlev Whrlan went to Oshkosh yes
lerdny for tlu- purposo of Investigating
a ranch proposition mat is ror saio
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green and
daughter left a few days ago for Scotts
llluir whero they will visit for a cou
plo of weeks and later-go to Obey
Miss Alma Boggs, who submitted
to an operation for call stonoa recent
ly at tho Oood Samaritan hospital, was
discharged last week and has returned
to her homo at Belmar.
Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Weeks, of
Grand Island, who visited with local
friends nnd relatives last week, liavo
returned to tho soldiers' liomo whero
they aro now making their homo.
Mr.' and Mrs. W. S. Dolson leave
tho early part of next month on
trip to Portland nnd Seattle, thence
to San Prnnclsco and San Diego nnd
will return homo via Galveston, Texas
Mrs. Hannah Lyons, of Portland, Or
ecoh, formerly of this city, who was
called hero recently by the death of
her sister, tho Into Mrs. Prcd Barra
clough, will leavo for homo tho latter
part of this week.
Vigo Cliristcnsen has returned from
St. Paul, Jtfeb., whero ho was sum
moned last week by tho death of his
grand father. Mrs. Cliristcnsen and
baby will' rdmaln there for a week
longer visiting relatives.
Mrs. W. J. Cruscn and Miss Betty
Hlnman returned Saturday evening
from California. Mrs. Crusen will re
main for some tlmo visiting and look
ing after business matters. She will,
however, contlnuo to make California
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
'W. V. Hoagland transacted business
in Bridgeport yostcrday.
Judge GrlmoB wont to Loxington
yestordny to hold court.
tho tabornacle tin to yesterday was
at tho tnbernaco up to yestorday was
special session of the grand lodge
of Nobrnska Odd Fellowship will bo
held at Paxton, May 29th.
Mm. John Show and baby will leave
Wednesday for Ravnnha whero tboy!
Among the tourists In town yester
day were M.r and Mrs. Wm. Trucax
and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Baldwin, j)f
Hazlcton, Iowa, who were enrouto to
San Prnnclsco, each of the men driving
a Ford car. Hazlcton is In the north
east corner of Iowa, nnd so far on
their journoy they had found tho roads
in good shape. They aro making tho
trip in easy stages, averaging about 100
miles a duy.
"Killing frost tonight" was the warn
ing sent out Sunday by Observer Shil
ling and there was a scurrying to get
Iloworlng plants, porch boxes and vegr
etables under cover. Tho day had
been cool, with a northwest wind that
chilled tho wearers of "D. V, lis," and
when evening enmo tho wind died
down and it sure indicated fro3t. IIow
over during tho night it became cloudy
thus a frost wns Averted. Tho tempor
Auro all day yesterday was cool, quite
a change, from Saturday when It reg-
j Istgr.cd ninoty-flvo degrees.
In a little town in Colorado'a post
master was caught kissing a girl "be
hind tho boxes" Inside, of the office.
Tho matter was roportod to tho dc
' parlmcnl at Washington,, with tho .ro-
i iilinat Dint lift 1m ftrnrl A rwii1 tn rr .in
uic Toronto nopuuncnn woru
Hastings whero ho was called li&t " l ,0.r SP,,,1", "l" ??"
n... m-i tn.... i.i m, partment which prohibited a t)0stmas-
tor from hugging n woman that want
ed to bo hugged, so long as Bho did not
Intorfero with the dlschargo of his
duties. P. M.'s may put this in their
book Of instructions.
Shorlff MeDanlel, of Sldnoy, camo
down Saturday and took back with
him tho two men arrested by Olficor
Weldman Friday v morning. Tho two
men wore bold but ratlior unsuccess
ful burglars. They first entored tho
Owl saloon and broke open the cash
register, and tlion tho Capital saloon
nnd performed tho samo work, but in
noltbor case did tjioy securo anything
for their trouble. They noxt tackled
a billiard hall whoro they secured six
or sevou dollars nnd several packages
week by tho serious illness of his falh
Miss Maymo Plzor, who has been
visiting hor cousin In Grand Island
for a weok or so, Is expected homo to
day. If you wurft your piano tuned leavo
order at GaBton Music Co., nt Clin
ton's Jewelry store.
Mrs. William McGrnth and daughter
of Omaha will visit rolatlvea hero for
a couplo of mouths, having tirrlvccH
Francis Fly tin, who has boon at
tending college in California, return
ed homo Saturday afternoon to spend
Miss Margaret McGinloy and Miss
Jessamine Plyjin left tho first of tho
week for western cities to spend a cou
plo of months.
Croons are Good. '
Aro you going to take tho elmnco of
hall? You cannot afford to. Tho risk
is too groat. Seo or phone for an ap
pointment. C. P. TEMPLE,
34-2 Tho Roliablo Iusuranco Man.
Are You n Gambler
You will say no. Still-If you do not
carry ndequtjla llto Insuranco, you
gamlilo with tho greatest of all chanc
es, and if a loser, you mako those dear
est to you pay tho forfeit, i.et mo
show you tho policies of tho Prudon
tlal nnd ouoto you their rate.
CP. TEMPLE, Agent.
3-1-2 Tho Roliablo Insuranco Man,
YOU CAN ORDER BY MAIL
mates if you will
write us. We de
liver anywhere in this
territory. We carry the
best at cheapest prices in lum
ber, shingles, tiling, cement, lime,
bricks, etc. We sell to individuals
as well as to the trade. We make
our special business to take good
of those who can t visit us in
THE HOME OF GOOD LUMBER.
will spend a week or more with
Mr. srfTtl Mm. Janles Roddy oxpocti
to leave shortly for Excelsior Springs
whero they will spend three or four,
J. A. Bnrracloush leaves toduy for
his homo in Grand Junction, Colo, He
was cnllod bore a couplo of weeks
ago by the death of ills mother.
We have a Plnyor Piano used three
monthB for sale at a great bargain.
Also some good bargains In slightly
used olanos. Gaston Music Co. at
"Tho Sinking of tho Titanic," which
vividly portrays the destruction of that
vessel, was the feature at the Keith
last evening, and will be repoaSted
Ilorshoy residents In town yesterday
report a good game of ball Sunday
between tho Giants and tho Big Spring
team, tho former winning by a score of
ten to five.
J. L Van Dyke is placing a higher
foundation under and making other
Improvements to his house on Third
street opposite the Central school
Mr. and Mrs. William Show, of Sher
idan, Wyoming, who visited tho form
er's brother, John Show, nnd family
for a couple of weeks, returned home
Evangelist Lowry will give his cele
brated sermon on popuar amusements
Thursday evening, speaking particu
larly on card playing, dancing and
Freight traffic over the Union Pa
cific Is reported to bo slowly increas
ing. Engineers on tho freight runs
arc now averaging nbout 3,000 miles
per month and earning about S1G5
Tho Horshey Giants arc scheduled
for a game with tho local team on tho
homo grounds tomorrow afternoon.,
Sunday tho strong Mnywood team,
with Artloy as pitcher, will be here
for a game.
All Ladles' Suits nnd Coats arc be
ing sold al n discount of twenty per
coni. THE LEADER.
C. S. Bethel, living one. mile east
and cloven miles south of town on the
WellJleot road, will havo a sale of.
horses, cattle and farm implements on I
Friday; May 28th. Mr. Bethel will,
probably move to town.
dozen or more members of the
local camp of tho United Spnnish War
Veterans mado a trip to the Ft. Mc-
Phorson national cemetery Sunday
and were! cordially onteirtnmed by
John Harrigan, the cemetery superin
Tho high school team of this city
was defeated at Horshey Saturday by
tho Giants by a score of twenty to
nothing. Early in tho gamo tho high
school boys lost their ginger, and after
they did not seem to care how often
tho Giants scored.
Commencement Exercises Next Week.
Whll" tho Senior Class play "Peace
ful Valley" will be given at the Keith
Friday evening of this week, next
week is, properly speaking, commence
ment wgek. The dates of tho several
events connected therewith nre as fol
lows: The baccalaureate sermon to tho
clnss will bo delivered by Rev. II. G.
Knowles Sunday morning at the Chris
Tho Junior-Senior banquet .will be
held nt tho Masonic hall following tho
graduating exercises Wednesday evening.
Graduation exercises will be held at
H. Scoonover and Geo. Weinbargl Editor nnsmiisnnn. nf Hin TTftralinv
mado a trip to Keystone Sunday in tho, Times, was a business vJoltor in town
the Keith Wednesday evening. Tho
cIhss It composed of thirty-five, the
largest class that has ever graduated
from the local high school.
Five room, modern house including
beat, 700 west Fiftli street. One of
tho nicest locations in the city.
Sven room house in 700 block south
Pine atredl. Two barns, good chicken
house and outbuildings.
Seven room house 515 west Eleventh
street. Two good lots, nice chicken
houses and yards. Windmill in yard
for water and pump in house. House
In excellent condition. Will rent to
right party quite reasonable..
C. F. TEMPLE, Agent,
Room 1, I. O. O. F. Bldg.
mono uea 500. 34
DEATHS AND INJURIES
TO TRESPASSERS ON
Fire, Explosion, Transportation,
Theft, Collison, Liability. All writ
ten ip tho most liberal policies nt the
lowest possible rates consistent with
good underwriting. C. F. TEMPLE,
34-2 The Reliable Insurance Man.
Mrs. A. L. Luckle, East Rochester,
N. Y., was a victim of sick headache
and dospondency, caused by a badlv
wonkoned and debilitated condition of
hor stomach, when sho began taking
Chamberlain's Tablets. Sho says, "I
found them pleasant to take, also mild
and effective. In a fow weeks'- tlmo I
was restored to my former good
For snlo by all dealers.
Tho Union Pacific has Just issued
figures showing that during tho year
1914 thero was an alarming Increase
in deaths and Injuries resulting from
trespassing upon their right-of-way.
During 1913, there were 37 deaths
and 48 injuries; while in 1914 these
figures have been raised to 48 killed-
and 90 injured.
A email proportion of these accl
dents occurred to tho class known as
"hoboes," tho balance to careless
liters of tho right-of-way. This provbs
that "the short cut along railroad
tracks" Is dangerous in the extreme,
not only to school children but to
working men who walk to work.
Any amount of caution exerted by
lailroad employes will not materially
decrease tho number of accidents oc
curring to trespassers; and it would
from that tho only procedure that
will shorten the list of fatalities is
for tho state legislatures to pass laws
that will absolutely prohibit person.-s
other than railroad employes from us
ing tho railroads' right-of-way.
The readers of this paper would be
astounded upon hearing of a single
accident resulting in the death of 18
persons and the injury of double that
number, and the accident would im
mediately bo investigated and, if pos
sible, the cause removed.
While theso accidents to trespass
ers aro scattered through a number
of states nnd occur at separated
periods, tho total result Is just' as ap
.palling. The responsibility rests upor.
tho general public and the State Leg
Matures and no effort should bt
spared In taking the necessary pro
cedure to have this unnecessary loss
of life and limb entirely wiped out.
And Jinny of the Voices nre of Xorlli
Thirty thousand voices What a
grand chorus!- And that's the number
of American men and women, who an
publicly praising Doan's Kidney Pllb
for relief from backache, kidney and
bladder Ills. They say it to friends.
They tell it in tho home papers, Nortn
Platte people are in this chorus.
Hans Johnson, 814 Walnut ati-oet
North Platte, says: "For years I was
troubled with kidney complaint due to
heavy work in tho blacksmith shop. I
have frequently taken Doan's Kidijrv
Pills. procured from Schiller & Co.'
Drug Store, and they rid me of back
ache, lameness and other kidney dis
orders. I recommend Doan's Kidney
Pills as a remedy of merit that all kid
ney sufferers should try."
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P & O Canton Suikey Plows at $35.
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8 foot Wind Mills at $25
Monarch, malleable Iron Range with Water Front
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Bon Ami Oil Stoves.
Acorn Range with Reservior $40.
Cream Separators $25 and upward.
Hardware at and below Cost.
Bain Wagons'2 1-2 Axle, 3 in tire $65.
Bain Wagons 2 3-4 Axle, 3in tire $70.
Bain Wagons 3 Axle, 4in tire $75.
Good Pine Lumber at $2.00 per 100 feet.
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