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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., FEBRUARY 7, 1913.
Local and Personal
Dr. D. E. Morrill is figuring on eroc
ting n new homo this year on his corner
lot on west Fourth street, which by tho
wny is one of the most sightly locations
in the wholo town.
F.J. Diener and company is the
name of a new firm that will transact
fa general real esttto business with an
office in tho McDonald block at tho
coiner of Dewoy and Front.
E. R. Goodman and family expect to
tike possesion of their now rosidenco
on west Fourth noxt week. Tho interior
Work has been about completed; tho ex
terior will be finished in the spring.
Tho Itinckor Book and Drug Co., dis
trict agent for The Ladies Home Jour
nal, Saturday Evening Post and Country
) Gentlemen. Please call for tho latest
Good Dressing magazine and Ladies'
Pashion sheet free.
Harry Lamplugh has a rather unique
advertisment on Front street in the
shape of an immnso block of ico in
which is frozen an evergreen wreath
and the lettters "Lnmplugh'a Spring
Miss Fenton, lata of Fort Dodge,
Iowa, arrived Wednesday and yesterday
began teaching tho eighth grade in the
Second ward school. Miss Brittain
who had been temporarily filling that
position, was given the sixth and
Contractor Surber has received the
contract to put in a new front on the
Dickey ico cream parlors. The material
used will be the latest in design and
add greatly to the appearance of this
building. Tha front entrance will bo
taken out and large display windows
substituted and a new corner entrance
will be erected from Dewey and Fifth
The Sunday baseball bill, introduced
by Bartling of Otoe, passed the senate
"Wednesday by a vote of 24 to 8. The
bill was passed with the emergency
clause, which required 22 votes for
passage. Senator Hoagland of Lincoln
county explained his vote, saying that
he opposed tho bill because it forced
Sunday baseball - upon communities!
which did not want it. Inasmuch as
the sonate refused to amend the bill
to permit local option in the matter
ho could not support it.
Two young sows Chester Whites
on tho tarm of W. P. Rhoadarmor, in
Grant precinct, recently gavo birth to
twenty-nine nico little piggies. The
mothers were confined in tho same pen
and their farrowing took place the same
night, so that Mr. Rhoadarmer is unable
to tell the proper number to accredit to
eaoh mother. But when he looked in
tho pen ho found twenty-nine, and they
are at this writing all alive and doing
fine. At this rate of progression it
would tako but a short timo for a far
mer to havo a herd as large as he de
sired. And it would be going somo, too,
with hogs bringing about seven cents a
pound hye weight Lexington Pioneer.
Jl I) . . : -" - ,,, Tav$3S.33? T .4 -wi
1-1- -." i- '"r ., &sJrryiK-" .vS'iw&fci'TiAl '
IF n bitrglni' gots into your house unci you hnvo
monoy oonoonloci thoro, tho burglnr will got yonr
money. Thntisn burglar's business. Tboburglnr
will lenow you liuvo tho monoy bolovo ho goes
into your houso; that is tho burglar's business.
OUfe business Is to PJZOTJSCT your- monoy. IF ft
Is In our bnnlc, It -will bo SAi?5 from burglai's,
From Fire and your own extrnvnganoof you oim
not loncl it spend it orloso it so onslly.
JJo YOUJl bunking with
The First National Bank,
Ol JSORTJT PLATTE, 2VrlS7iRASJfA.
Tho Largest lianlc in "Western KobT'nslcn.
Wanted Girl for general housework.
Mrs. H. M. Grimes. , 4-3
Dr. A. J. Ames left a short time ago
for Grand Island to spend a fortnignt.
The Luthoran Brotherhood will meet
at the Parish honse this evening.
Mrs. Mnry Dunn who has been visit
ing in Omaha and Grand Island with
he' sisters is expected to roturn tomor
Shoriff Salisbury left yesterday-morning
for Lincoln with Frank Steole. The
latter will begin his sentango in the
Weather: fair tonight and Wednes
day, not much chango in temperature.
Highest temperature yesterday 22, a
year ago 42; lowest last night -4 a
year ago 19.
What might hayo been a serious fire
occurred at the Beyerly residence yester
day. One of tho children thinking to
assist in dusting used a dry cloth UTrub
off the kitchen range and not noticing
that tho cloth had caught fire threw it
into a closet. The smoko under tho
door attracted the attention of the
housekeeper who with the assisstances
of the neighbors succeeded in extin
guishing the flames before any great
An elaborate function was held last
evening at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Roland Malmstoin when the 20th Cen
tury Club entertained their husbands at
their annual dinner. The table decora
tions wero beautiful and the sumptuous
meal was given justice by the.guests.
The following toasts were given Our
Guests, Mrs. Ralph Garman, Our Host
esses, Dr. Kerr; Our Club, Mrs. R. J.
Malmstein; Possibilities of 1913, M. E.
Crosby. The latter part of the even
ing was devoted to musical selections
those especially worthly of mention
were rendered by H. T. Troup, Mrs.
Troup and Mrs. Garman. Assisting in
serving were tho Misses Margaret
Waugh and Myrtie Richards.
The musicale given Tuesday after
noon by Mrs. W. F. Crook proved a
vory protty function, and was very en
joyable to tho half hundred or moro
ladiea. present. Tho decorations were
in violet effect',"' this scheme being car
ried out in the place cards, tables, cos
tumes worn by the four girls who as
sisted in the service and in tho refresh
ments. The musical program was very
creditably rendered and proved very
inter r-rf. The, numbers wero as fol
lows: Instrument duet, Janet McDon
ald and Nanino Iddings; vocal solos,
Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Gaither, Mrs.
Beck, Irma Huffman; piano selection,
Miss Ottenstein, reading, Irma Huff
man. To Investors.
We are prepared to loan your money
on real estate first mortgage so as to
net your eight per cent. Money if
loaned is exempt from taxes. Come on
and let us talk it over.
Buchanan & Patterson.
New School Rule
At a meeting of tho board of educa
tion Monday Februnry 3, 1913, the fol
lowing inotionjwas made, seconded nnd
carried nnd becomes ono of tho rules
of tho city schools:
"Whore two or moro pupils of tho
city schools nro nbsont from school by
ogrcemont among or between them
selves, with or without tho permission
of tho parents, for the purpose of recre
ation or amusomont or for any other
purpose which the school cannot excuse
the superintendent of schools is directed
to suspend such pupils for the re
mainder of tho seme&ter, subject only
to tho approval of tho president of tho
board, such suspension to be reported
to tho parent of those suspended.and to
the president of tha board within 24
The orders placed for new railroad
cars last woek aggregated 2,800, making
the total for Janunry 34,804. The num
of locomotives ordured during January
Tho ' pile driver on tho now round
house grounds fell yesterday and struck
J. B. West ono of the work man,
bruishing his right side and badly cutt
ing his right ear.
Charley Boguo, of the B. of R. T.,
and Roy Bunnell, of the B. of L. F. nnd
E., havo been spending tho past few
days in Lincoln in interests of railroad
employes' measures now boforo the
The Hershey Times suggests that the
North Platte Chamber of Commerce use
its influence in having Hershey mado
a flag stop for train No. 11. The Time"
says such an arrangement would bo a
great convenience for Horshey.
"Booster Bob" Douglas, who has
been sojourning in Lincoln this week
and mingling with tho law-makers,
gained a little more publicity yesterday
when the State Journal printed his
photograph nnd gave him addftional
Sonate file No. 44, introduced in the
Nebrnska legislature by Senator Cordeal
of Red Willow, requires that railroads
provide engines in servico with head
lights sufficiently strong to outline the
figure of a man 800 feet distant. Head
light bilhi havo been introduced in legis
latures of a number of states this
winter and legislation along this lino
may become common in the central
Married in Omaha.
Otto H. Thoolecke and Miss Etta
Clark, both of this city, wore quietly
married at the Thoelecke homo in
Omaha last evening. Only relatives
were present to witness tho ceremony.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thoelecko will leturn
to this city in a few days nnd begin
housekeeping in the former McGownn
house on east 5th streut.
The bride was born and raised in this
city, educated in the local schools and
has held several responsible positions
in this city. Fo"r a number of years
she was managor of the local telophono
office and is familiarwith every depart
ment of this woik. Later she assissted
in the office of tho district court and of
late was in charge of the tolephono
office in Chadron. Her business ability
and cheerful manner won many friends.
There are fow men more widely
or favorably known in Lincoln county
than Mr. Thoelecko. In connection with
a flourishing real estate business he
has creditably filled several county
offices and gives the public his best
efforts. He now holds tho position of
highway commissioner and has gainod
much in the way of good roads for
tho country residents. His friends are
counted in large numbers and it is the
wish of all that happiness comes to him
in litrg quantities.
Attorney J. G. Beuler will move into
his new office in tho I. O. O. F. build
' Needod Cranking Up.
Rose You hud to give Clarenco n
hint before he'd propose, oh?
Lily Y-yes; ho didn't seem to be
equipped with n elf starter. Chlcngc
Those days nro lost In which we do
not pom, those worse than lost in
which wo do evil.
Farm For Sale.
The northeast quarter (nej) section
twenty-four (24) township thirteon (18)
range thirty (30) about seven mileB
outheast of North Platte on south Bide
of Platte river, all smooth land near
nillB, good buildings, fifteen acres in
alfalfa, one of best farms in Platte
vnlloy. Price $10,000,00. Terms, half
:ash, balance on easy time at 7 per
cent interest. Address Joseph Hershey
North Platte, Neb.
The Leader is receiving spring goods daily, and quote the following
prices for our daily selling. See if you can beat them:
at per yard . ,
9-4 Pepcrell Bleached sheeting1
at per yard..
8-4 Peperell Bleached sheeting
at per yard
7-4 Peperell Bleached sheeting
at per yard
36-inqh 15c Percals, at per
French Ginghams, double
'fold 15c quality best made
Amoskeag Ginghams, none
Best Prints, spring shades,
All these goods guaranteed to be fast
We have the exclusive agency for the Skinner's 36-inch Satin, the best
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 and
em- broidery ever seen here.
20 per cent discount on all Muslin Underwear.
In our ready-to-wear department we are now showing a large spring
line of Ladies1 Dresses, Skirts and Shirt Waists.
Yours for Great Values,
We prepay parcel
Local and Personal.
The Wilcox Department Store will
open the spring lino of Ladies Suits
W, P. Snyder went to Paxton this
morning to spond n couplo of days on
Miss Mario Cunningham, of Poxton,
who visited at tho Hoxie homo' this
wek, has returned home.
Christian Science Society Sunday
11:00 n. m. Subject "Spirit." Sunday
school 12:00 m. K. P. Hall, Dewy St.
Harry Callonder, of McPherBon
county, waa in tho city yesterday and
while horo purchased n half interest in
tho Johnson cash storo.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Dixon which was born to them
last week, died yesterday afternoon.
Interrment will be made in the North
Tne Fire Cop.
Trick Bicycle Riding.
10c and ISc
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS.
The new shades for spring, ,1913, 40
inch all wool whip cords and serges,
big variety, sold evey where up to $1.50
per y rd our dailyv selling: (T AA
price peryard I Oil
A big line of novelty dress patterns,
worth up to $1.50, our daily FJCn
selling price per yard I IjC
All wool Batistes and serges CA-
in all qualities, our daily selling 3UL
The best quality, 27-inch Messalines,
worth up to $1.25 ayard, 70
our daily selling price OC
Charmeuse Silks, in all shades 40-
inches, sold all over at 2 5o per yard,
our every day selling price tf g A"7P
36-in Black Taffeta Silk, worth up to
$.50 our daily selling price (T t (fK
per yard JIoUU
postago on all goods purchased in our store.
The Christian Endeavor Socioty of
tho Presbyterian church will give a
measuring party nt tho manso on Tuess
day ovoning, Feb. 11, at 7:30.
This measuring party wo give to you
'Tis somothing novel, 'Tis something
Menauio your height on tho door or
Bring two cents for each foot whothor
little or tall. ..
Ono-extra penny por inch you may
If by foet and by inches you nro trying
So you had hotter bo wiBO and come
And we'll give you your weight to n
fraction of n pound.
Tho church gets the money, tho En
deavors work nil day,
And you get refreshments without
Evorybidy to this party is cordially
Lot no ono feel himself left out or
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Uey. Dr. Ebcrsolo loft this morning
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people began n new carreer of char
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Next Sunday tho legular BcrviceB
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school nt 10 a. in. preaching at 11
o'clock and 7:H0 p. m. Four or five
persons will bo baptized duiing tho
B. Y. P. W. will convene for n de
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Tho Block Ladies' Tailoring company
of New York will open a branch- storo
in tho near future in tho room now
occupied by the Platto Valley bank.
Dr. Marie Ames expects to leave tho
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spend a few days.
Mrs. Glon Forgerson roturnod this
morning from a short visit with rela
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