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TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB., FEtfROARY 4, 1013.
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Local and Personal.
Mrs. Guy Covor will entertain tlio
S. 0. C. Club this afternoon.
George Montis was called to McCoqk
Saturday by the death of his brother
who was killed in a railway accident.
Miss Margarot Mottin began work in
the Johnson cash store yesterday.
Will Carroll of McCook, who visited
liia mother Mrs. Boyle and other rela
tives for two weeks left yesterday
morning.
The social which was announced to
bo given by tho Jadiesof the B. of L. T.
aneE. next Tuesday has been indefin
itely postponed.
C. A. Morian, of Kearney, came a
few days ago to take charge of the
Johnson cash store succeeding Charles
Johnson.
Mrs. John Gutherleas is takingtroat
nient at the P. & S. hospital this week
for injuries received in a fall last Sun
day. Mi3S Beulah Buckley entertained at
bridge this forenoon complimentary to
the Denver ladies who are- guests at
her home. Luncheon was sorved at noon.
Mabel Hankins and Forrest Shaneri
of Box Elder, were married yesterday
afternoon by Justico Sullivan with Mr.
and Mrs. Dameron as witnesses.
The County Commissioners adjourned
Saturday but will meet in session again
tomorrow, when they will finish settle
ment with County Treasurer Durbin.
Tho attraction at the Keith theatre
this evening will be "The Miller's
Daughter," to be rendered by home
talent under tho auspices of the Yeo
man lodge. Those who have witnessed
tho rehearsals predict a very clever
production.
Seven room frame house located on
E. 5th St. Fully equipped nnd-modern
except heat. If you are in want of city
property this should interest you.
C. F. Temple.
Postmaster Davis has received speci
fications of the olectric elevator to bo
installed in the federal building. The
contract will be awarded within the next
sixty days and the olevator is to be
roady for; service by July 1st.
Roy Banks and Miss Cassie Miller
left yesterday morning for Omaha
-where they will be married today.
Af tor a ten day wedding trip, in eastern
points they will begin housekeeping in
thn Rank's addition where tho crocm i
has furnished a home. Both young
people have a host of friend who wish
them a lifo cf continual happiness.
A dispatch from Ogalalla to the Om
aha papers says: Andrew Tucksen, a
ranchman residing' twcjity-five mileB
north of this city, lost fiftytwo head of
two-year old steers Wednesday in
about three hour3. Veterinarians diag
nose the case as an apopletic form of
anthrax. Mr. Tucksen had 300 head o"f
besides the fifty-two in tho same herd,
but the balance are all all healthy.
II' a burglar gots into your houso nnd you huvo
jnonoy ootiaoulod thoro, tho burglar will got your
monoy. That Is a burglar's buslaoss. Tho burglar
vill know yon huvo tho monoy boloro ho goos
lato your honso; tlfiit is tho burglar's bnslnoss.
OUJi bnslnoss is to 1'llOTllCT your monoy. IT it
is In out bank, it will bo SA?5 from burglars,
From tiro nnd your own oxtravaganoo; yott onn
not land It spaad It or loso it ho onslly.
Do YOUli banking with
The First National Bank,
o if ato Ji Tii t & A T;rn, atk niz a s ica .
Tho L,argost Hank In "Wostorn Nebraska.
Mrs. Walter Crook will entertain
sixty three ladies at a musical this
aftornoon.
Tho Luthoran aid society mooting an
nounced for this Weok has boon indefi
nitely postponed.
Mrs. J. J. Hnlliganontertainoda few
friends yostorday afternoon in favor of
-jMosUames Froley nnd Headatrom of
Denvor.
J. G. Ferguson, nt one timo local sta
tion ' agent, has been reappointed
general agent for the Union Pacific at
Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Droibus, of Grand
Island, Who wore guests of tho former's
mother Mrs. Addio Hall left Sunday
ovening.
Alcxiindor Morris, of Sutherland and
Josephine ElKluiid of llor&hey were
granted a marringe license yostorday
aftornoon,
0. E. Elder received a liberal supply
ofsoeds from Washington this morning
which ho will distribute free to those
who call at his office.
Judging by weather conditions this
morning that little cuss of a groundhog
showed sound judgment where ho
crawled back into his hole Sunday.
Bert H. Hofiinc who has beon" Avork
ing on 11 now city directory which will
bo published in the near future left
today foi Denver to spend several days
with his family.
Deputy Tom Watts returned last
evening from Grand Island with Claude
Hendricks who is said to bo implicated
in the robbery of the Yates store at
Sutherland recently.
If your idle monta is not earning 7
to 8 per cent semi-aal interest in
gilt edge, first mortgage loans, free
from taxes, see Bratt & Goodman.
During 1912 final proof was made on
Q47 homesteads in this land office dis
trict, with an average of about 400
acres to the homestead. This year on
account of the three year law, the
proofs will run about one thousund,.
A score of young ladies and gentle
men tendered Misses Tillio Huxoll and
Hazel Nichols a surprise party last even
ing at the home of tho former. Card
games woro plnyed'itrid prizes'woh by
MisaTLenu Baskins and Osftar Sandall.
The guests of honor, were each pre
sented with hand painted plates in re
membrance of their birth anniversary.
A two course lunch was enjoyed after
tho card games,
The Degree of Honor and A, O. U.
W. held an interesting and enjoyable
entertainment last evening at tho K.
P. hall. An agreement has been
made by the two lodges to hold .these
meetings every month to create a more
friendly feeling among tho members.
The following program was rendered:
Piano solo, Gertrude Kebhausen; Vocal
solo, Mrs. Jackson; reading, Mrs.
Tiloy; vocal solo, Miss Larson; reading
Sam Clark; vocal solo, Elsie Cohngen.
After tho program "refreshments wore
sorved.
Local and Personal.
Paul Nolcn was a Gothenburg visitor 1
Mrs. K. M. Smith roturned yesterday
from Sterling,
Miss Holon Baker is off duty nt tho
Hub owing to illness.
Fr,nnk Hahler, of Sidney, spont Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs.-Julius Hahler.
"Mrs. Burman, of Omaha, who was
the guest of Mrs. K. E. Moody left yos
torday morning.
Mijis Edith Hunt has roturned from n
visit in Gothonburg with Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Hunt.
Miss Lula Burke, teacher of the
Maxwell schools, visited hor parents
Sunday.
The Royal Neighbors will meet to
morrow afternoon knt 3 o'clock at tho
K. P. hall.'
J. F. Clabaugh will return tonight
from Chicago whero ho has boon pur
chasing goods.
Mrs. A. N. Short has returned to her
homo in Gothonburg after sponding
somu timo here.
Miss Alma Toillion is expected homo
Friday from an extended visit with
relativofc in Iowa.
Mr. and "Mrs. Guv Granger are on-
joying a visit from the former's father,
who came from Gothenburg the last of
last week .
Tho Baptiat ladies aid will meet Tues
day afternoon, Feb. 7th nt tho homo of
Mrs. N. E. Loudon, 324 S. Chestnut St.
Mrs. Lem Kidwcll, of Wallace is the
guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Young and
daughters, having como to nttond tho
Young-Hausengnger- wedding.
F. C. Letts has purchased tho corner
lot east of the Otton residence on west
Fifth street and will probably erect a
residence thereon this summer.
Miss Mary Elins who has beon visit
ing in California for sovoral months
will return home in a few days being
called here by her mother's illness. .
Alex Richards, of Hershey, was ar
rested last evening by Officer Trout for
passing a bogus checkat tho Nyal Drug
store. The amount of the check was
$5.00.
The Rebekah lodge tendered Miss
Efiio Rodgers a pre-nuptial shower Sat
urday ovening and presented her with
a set of silver spoons. Nice refresh
ments were served.
Money Icsscd on real estate, houses
and rooms, storage room and safe de
posit boxes rented. Bratt & Goodman.
Weather: Unsettled with snow to
night or Wednesday, not much change
in temperature. Maximum tempera
ture yesterday 3G, a year ago 24; min
imum last night 5, a yenr ago -2.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crandall, of
Lodgepolo, are parents of u baby girl
which wa3 born to them the lattor part
of last week. Mrs. Crandall was formerly
Miss Idabelle Waldman of this city.
Harry Ambler, tho hog buyor at
Staploton has purchased and shipped
1200 hogs during the past, sixty days.
This probably accounts for the decrease
i:i the number of hogs marketed in
North Platte.
Bradford division G. I. A. to B. of
L. E. installed their newly elected offi
cars at last meeting, Mrs. Ida Tnrk
ington filling tho chair for this year.
As the division is admitting several
new members, a good attendance is re
ouestcd at tho meeting for Keb. 14th.
For Sale Whito Wyandotte and
Rhode Island Red Roosters. Mrp.
Jacobs, 21G west 1st.
Six room mode.rnJiou3e, except heat,
and bath room not equipped, on corner
lot. Full basement under whole Iioueo.
Open stairs and nice hall. Electric lights
and water in houso lot well fillod.
Located on south Chestnut Btreet, four
blocks,from central school, If you nro
interested in city property. bo sure and
enquire as to this. " ., ,
,v'C..F Tbmpe.
Tho Cntholic Girls' club wero ontor
tainad last ovening at the home of the
Misses McWilliams. Sovoral tables
wero used in playing GOO and the royal
prize won by Miss Irene Hubbard.
After the card playing tho annual elec
tion of officers was held resulting as
follows: President, Lucy Dunn, Vice
president, Elizabeth Weinberger, Secre
tary, Ethel Donogan, Treasurer, Mrs.
Geo. Vosceipka. Refreshments wero
served and nssisting in entertaining
wore Mrs. Georgo Vosceipka, Ethel
Donogan and Elizabeth Woinborgor.
New members taken in wero Misses
MMane LeDioyt, Dorothy Hubbard and
Hazel Smith.
Estrnyed.
One yearling steer calf, ono two vcar
old red hoifer with whlto Bpot on fore
head. Notify L. O. Johnson or Geo.
Ream. Route 1, North Platte, Nebr.
Get Ready for Your
Spring Sewing.
The Leader is receiving spring goods daily, and quote the following
prices for our daily selling. See if you can beat them:
Hope Muslins
at per yard .
9-4 Pepcrcll Bleached sheeting
- at per yard
8-4 Peperell Bleached sheeting
at per yard
7-4 Peperell Bleached sheeting
at per yard
36-inch 15c Percals, at per
yard
French Ginghams, double
fold 15c quality best made
Amoskeag Ginghams, none
better
Best Prints,
spring shades,
per yard
All these goods guaranteed to be fast
colors.
We have the exclusive agency for the
made in the world, at $1.25 per yard.
With all the above shades of dress goods we have just received trimmings
and all-over to match. We are showing the most .beautiful line of flouncing arid
em- broidery ever seen here.
20 per cent discount
In our ready-to-wear department we are now showing a large line of
.Ladies' Dresses, Skirts and Shirt Waists.
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We prepay parcel
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Miss Lucy McCready, of Ravanna,
NjJ)., who has boen taking treatment,
at a local hospital for soveral weeks
and submitted an operation last Thurs
day, died at 3 o'clock yesterday aftor
noon. Tho remains will be taken to
Ravanna for intcrmont by tho relatives.
Tho deceased wasi sister of Mrs. Sidney
Dillion, a young lady of about twenty
years of "age who had mado many
friends during her frequent visits to
this city. Death was duo to ulcers of
the stomach.
Miss Elizabeth Weir entertained
thirty-one young friends Snturdny
evening in honor of hor thirteenth
birthday. Tho guests were taken to tho
Keith picture ihow and later served
with refreshments nt the North Platte
Candy Kitchen.
ilRobort Falk nnd Miss Mao Knox,
both living about four miles southeast
of this city, were married by Judge
Grant Saturday afternoon.
The
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PICTURES
The Saint and tho Si
wash. The Chaperon gets c
vueKiug.
My Baby.
VAUDEVILLE.
Guerry 8c Grandy.
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10c and 15cik
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS.
The new shades for spring, 19 13, 40
inch all wool whip cbrds and serges,
big variety, sold evey where up to $1,50
per y rd our daily selling (t gCV
price per yard ,. . . $ f )
A big line of novelty dress patterns,
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5c
Jc
20c
worth up to
selling price
All wool Batistes and, serges PjJZjjp
in all qualities, our daily selling Vj
The best quality, 27-inch Messalines.
worth up to $1.25 ayard, FJQ
, our daily selling price : OC
Charmeuse Silks, in all shades 40
inches, sold all over at $2.50 per yard,
7c
our every day
per yard
36-111 Black Taffeta Silk, worth
$1.50 our daily
per yard
Skinner's
on all Muslin Underwear.
Yours or Groat Values,
birfQ La
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PIZER, Proprietor. '
postage on all goods purchased in our store.
City Properly, for Sale.
Wo lmvu a nuinborof choicely located
lots with nnd without buildings, closo in
with sewer, city water, eloctric lights
and sidewalks that we are offering ut
very low prices. Much loss than we
will bo nblo to offer them whon tho
spring opens up.
In our judgment there will bo a big
advanco on this class of property soon,
JJUCIIANAN & PATTEHSON.
Conductor R. C. Jenkins in coining
up on tho local yostorday called atten
tion to a farm ho once owVicd near
Lockwood. This quarter section was
sold to Paul Frauen 29 years ago
for $2,000 and at timo tho rovonuo from
it was not enough to pay tho taxes.
Mr. Frauen now values this land nt
$30,000. -Grand Island Independent.
Tho Christian aid socioty will meet
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Will
Baldock 209 S. Locust.
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Got the " Weekly . Habit
of sending your clothes to North Platte quality
laundry. Others have had the habit ever
since vvc opened which proves we con satisfy,
and we can satisfy you. If you are not satis
fied with your present laundry work, be fair to
yourself and send it to.
DICKEY'S SANITARY LAUNDRY.
"YOUR BOSOM FRIEND."
Auto Delivery
Si. 50, our daily
per yard
selling price
1.75
up to
selling pace
36-inch Satin, the best
Income Tax Ratified.
An incomo tax is now one of tho pro
visions of the constitution.
Wyoming's ratification yesterday' of
tho incomo tax amendment tho; six
taonth chnngo in tho constitution '"and
the first sinco the reconstruction com
pleted a list of thirty-six statesthreb
fourth of tho union, which havo ap
proved tho provision. ",
Congress will now enact a law to'loyy
tho tax nnd it probably will become 'o'f
fectivo during tho extraordinary session
to bo called by Proaident-eleCt 'Wilson
in March, Tho tax itself, its provisions
und its limitations nro nil left to co"n
grons. The now law would supersodo tho
corporation tax and provide for a tax on
all incomes nbovo $5,000, although there
has beon somo sentiment in favor of
making tho limit an low as $4,000, --
Tho Episcopal guild will meet ut
tho parish house Thursday afternoon.
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