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Local News in Brief. Judge II, M. Grimes Itcld a short term of court at Chappell yesterday. "The ladies' guild will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. P. J. Gilman. AY. R. Lesser, the U. S. h. 0. erjccial agent, arrived yesterday morning from his home in Tama, Idw'a. tftathef Wolf came up from Grand Island Sunday afternoon to assist inthc services at St. Patrick's cliurcli Sunday evening. Dame Rumor is authority for tlic statement that early in the month of November two prominent society young people will be made one. Dr. Seymour here Nov. 14. Albert Ilcrrod, who had been visiting his mother Mrs. R. Ilcrrod, for several days returned to his home in Cheyenne Sunday after noon. Yesterday morning Judge I3ald win issued" a marriage license to Jno. II. Houk and Miss Flora A. McCancc, both of Sutherland. The wedding will occur to-day. Lost A cut silver sword stick pin. Finder please return to this oflicc. Mr. and Mrs. Win, Wilkinson and son went to Omaha Sunday morning to spend a few days. From there Mrs. Wilkinson will go to Abilene to visit relatives before re turning home. Frank Blue spent Sunday in town as the guest of relatives. Since the death of his wife and children in the Connecticut street car accident Mr. Blue has spent most of his time in Gibbon. New and stylish coats and jackets at Bunk's. Mr. Jens Sillascn and Miss Mayme Mathews were married at the Methodist parsonage in Ogal lala last Wednesday. Jciib Ii.'lh in mi y friends in this locality who wish Mr. and Mrs. Sillascn much joy and happiness. Judge Baldwin made two hearts happy Saturday night by uniting in marriage August Wafkenliorst, of WitiBide, and Miss Caroline M. JorgciiHcn, of Paxton. Mr. and Mrs. Walkcuhorst left on the night train for their home in Winside. Order baled hay from Harrington & Tobin. At the recent state convention of the I. O. O. F. held in Hastings 13. S. Davis was appointed grand guardian. The delegates who have returned from the convention report it as being one of the best ever held in the state. During the past year the order has made a very large growth. Call on Dr. Miller of the Komine Dental Co. Teeth extracted with out pain. All work guaranteed, Ollice over Streitz drugstore. Attorneys J. J Halligaunnd J. G. Beeler returned Friday night from Lincoln where they had been look ing after the registration of the High School bonds. Yesterday was fixed by the secretary of state as the day of hearing of the protect against the registration and Mr. Ilalligan returned to Lincoln Sun day night to be present at the hear ing. Dr. Seymour will be pleased to meet all those MilTering from de fective sight at the Neville Nov. 14th. The ISpworth League social held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Robinson Friday evening was at tended by a large gathering of peo ple who all spent a most enjoyable evening playing "Up Jenkins'' and various other games. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are royal cntnrtaiuers and their guests are always sure of a very ucliglittul time. All the latest styles of wraps at iiauK B. On Friday W. B. 10111a disposed of 000 head of sheep to J. M. Knox. The sheep were driven from Mr. Ellis's ranch to the Knox ranch on Saturday. Air. Knox expects to go into sheep business on quite an ex- ".univu niauw. till, ivilin I Ulilllicil all of the lambs of the herd which he will feed this winter and market in the spring. Mrs. P, F. Dolan, who had been spending several daj'B here, return ed to her home in Maxwell Satur day morning. Mrs. Dolan and her family will leave next month for W f T . 1 1 I a jwausiug, lowa, wuere incy win ex pect to mnke their home. Mrs. Dolan has been a resident ot Lincoln county for the past twenty-five years ana uer determination to move away has caused widespread rcgret- LoOSO hay and baled hay always for sale. .Harrington & Tobin. Mrs. Refina Ilerrod met wIMi !i very serious accident Thursday morning. She had climbed on n chair to reach something and unad vertantly stepped so clone to the tidim of the chnir a to rientrnv ihn litilnnro linil tlii rlmtr f5nnifl nvnr throwing Mrs. llerrod down. When she fell she struck the chair. She waB very seriously bruised and . jurred and for a time it was feared flint hIip liart suffered koihd ilntifrpr. oua internal injury but she rallied Bring" the Boy to Us for His New Suit or Overcoat. Junior Vestce Suits, made like above cut with sailor and small collar, vesta sin gle and double-breasted, detached, opens and closes in front, in new and particular attractive styles. Diagonal and plain color as made with tancy vests. Material, all colorings aud fancy patterns of Cheviot, Cassimcrc and Worsted, Prices range from 35 H H5 $5- 3-Piece Knee Suits Single breasted, sizes 9 to 16. Fashioned and made equal to men's clothing. The same detail and careful attention to all parts of suit to make it strong aB well aB handsome. Plain shades of cloth and fancy mixtures in Cassimercs, Cheviots, and Worsteds. Price $4 to $6. Double breasted two-piece suits, sizes 7 to 16, price $1 to $5. Silk faced $5 and up wards. With and without silk lapel oil coat. In every new and desirable mate rial. We call particular attention to pants made with double Beat and knee, patent riveted buttons and patent waist bands. Ulsters. Overcoats. Reefers and Top Coats tor men, young men and boyp-'-JL and children. New styles and late ar-7.JritT rivaiB. ff ONE PRICE AND PLAIN FIGURES. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE, W. A. VOLLMER, Proprietor. 4 AcrosB the street from old location. W. J. Bryan will sneak in this city at 3 p. m. on Tuesday of next VVCCK. 0. N. Callendcr returned Sun day from Gaudy and yesterday weiu oacK to uis Home in Kearney. II. T. Rice returned Sundav night from Gandy where he had gone to attend the funeral of David Cash. F. II. Edmonds is in Lincoln n re senting the cause of the opposition In It... IT!..l. C .1 I 1 1 i .. state auditor. Consult Dr. Miller of the Routine Dental Co. before you no elsewhere for your dental work. Office over Strcitz' drug Btorc. Chas. W. Goodlove nave n fnre. well dinner to a number of gentle men Sunday afternoon at the tem porary camp which the geological survey has established in the southern part of town. The dinner w.ia ,i very eiauoratc one anu the guests accounted themselves among the fortunnte of this earth. The survey party expect to break camp the latter nart of the week and Mr. Goodlove will leave for his home in St. Paul next week. In the last issue of Tun Thiiiitnr there was an item stating that the Princeton University golf club had purchased the farm on which the Battle ot Princeton was fought in 1777. and will lav it out in imlf links. T. D. Cotton, of thin rltv was particularly Interested in tlm item, as his i'rsindfntliir. Tntiino Cotton, lived on this farm at the lime ot the Battle of Princeton and helped to bury the dead on the day luiiuwuifr me uamc. uen. ftlercer, Who led One of tlm ilivlmnna rvf Mm Continental army, was fataliv wounded, and was taken to the Cot ton residence and wan waited on lw the mother of our townsman, and later the General died. W. C. Blackmore, of Sutherland, transacted business in town yes terday. Mrs; C. B. Spear, of Hershey, was in town yesterday visiting friends and transacting business. Signet Chapter No. 55, O. 13, S. is making preparations for a visit from the Grand Matron ot the state which will occur some time in the near future. Richard Hibbcrd, who has the contract for the brick work on the Warner building is in town today observing the progress which is being made. It is understood that in the near future twelve of the oldest firemen will be examined for engineers. The majority of the successful ones are to be Bent to the Wyoming div ision where a shortage of engineers exists. Several of the store rooms, among fhem being those occupied by Parker and Omeara and by the Hartinan confectionery Btore are being renovated and improved in appearance by new wall paper and a fresh coat of paint. The offices in the Donaldson building are a'so being repapercd Coats aud jackets, for all ages of people at Bank's Prof. J. C. Orr has ceased to be a lover of the canine tribe. His change of heart in that particular occurred on Sunday morning when he discovered that his bird dog had slaughtered forty-six chickens dur ing the night. The dog had evi dently tasted one and aB they were an unusuall y fine breed and very toothsome the one taste was the cause of his downfall from a re spectable dog to a slaughterer. Yon Can't Boat Thorn. Botrg's Littlo Giants nro tho host. Plonennt nnd natural, enfo nud euro. Curo Bick hoad ncho nnd eonstipntion. Sold by A. F. Stroltz. LADIES' WINTEE SHOES. Box Calf, Velour Calf, Vici Kid in medium and plump weights, are somo of tho leathers we have had made into Shoes for Ladies' Fall and Winter wearingleathers that possess the qualities of service and good appearance. f Vesting Top, Kid Vamps, 1 " W olt soles ;rud Lined Kid Shoes, medium solos; Vol Y our Calf Shoes, medium X solos; Box Calf with welt t solo at $2.50 pair. Yellow Front Shoe Store, GEO. M. GRAHAM, Afinigor. 3 doora south of Poatoflko, NOHTII PLATTE, NEB. if o ft I People and Events. W. T. Wilcox attended district court in Chappell yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. II. 13. Worrell spent Saturday in town visiting friends. Claire Scanlon returned yesterday morning from a brief visit in Omaha. Dorsey Leypoldt, of Hershey, transacted business in town Satur day. Mrs. D- S. Chappell, of Gandy. is visiting her sister Mrs. S. B. Doug lass. Judge A. S. Baldwin spent Sat urday transacting business in Brady. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Wilcox left thiB morning for a brief visit in Omaha. Mrs. W.B. Millard and Mrs. Paul Charlton returned to Omaha Satur day night. Mrs. Frank Hibncr and daughter went to Omaha yesterday morning to spend a few dayB. Hank Chestnut, of Paxton, was in town Saturday looking after some cattle .business. Herman Hanson was down from Sutherland Saturday taking the IcachcrB examination. Mrs. C. M. Dillard and children hrtvc returned from an extended visit in New York state. Jno. R, Hea'ey was down from Ogalalla yesterday transacting business and visiting friends, A. W. Mathewson, of Brady, waa circulating on the streets of this great metropolis Saturday. Miss Lottie Low who is teaching school near Gothenburg spent Sun day in town visiting her parents. Mrs. J. C. Clinton went to Lex ington Saturday to spend a few days visiting her son Ben and his family. W. V. Hoagland was in Lexing ton Saturday looking after some bankruptcy matters in his capacity as referee. Mrs. Alfred Hazlett, of Beatrice, is expected here in a few weeks to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Cotton. F. P. Cochran came up from Omaha Sunday morning aud will spend several days here helping to save the country. Prof. Wm. Ebright was called to Beatrice Saturdav night by a tele gram announcing the serious ill ness of his father. Mrs. A. Kibbic, the county super intendent of Logan county, spent several days Here as the guest ot niece Miss Delia Mannish. Commander Jno. 13. Evans has returned from Lincoln where he had been spending several days trans acting G. A. R. business. Mr. aud Mrs. W. R. Ba.tr, Miss Barr, Gillian Barr aud Rufus Barr, of New York City, spent Sunday in town. They were enroute to Denver. Mrs. L. H, Woodmansee and son Eberly came down from Cheyenne Sunday night and will spend a few weeks Here tor the benefit of Eberly's health. Mrs. A. G. Street aud sons, who had been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cunningham for several weeks, returned to their home in Sioux Falls yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hershey are expected home in about a week from their extended eastern tr.p during which they have visited at Lancaster. Philadelphia and New York City. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Ryan and daughter, who have been spending several months here for the benefit of Mrs. Ryan's health, went to Den ver Sunday. They will spend a short time there aud then after a brief visit here will return to their home in Chicago. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors, both here and at the ranch on the Willow, for their as sistance and sympathy during the sickness and death of our husband and brother. Also the sympathy shown by tlic orders. Mks. Sakau A. Bancs. Mrs. Maky J. Nkary. Will pay the highest mar ket price prevailing for alfal fa seed. Send samples and ask prices, Harrington & Tobin. Subitltutlon is a fraud practiced by frauds. Whon you ask for Hobrs1 German Salvo for tetter, oozema, itch, salt rhoum, etc., bo sure you got it, tako no other. Sold by A.F. Stroitz. sn i silted r UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE Costs no more thau that of "antedalivan,' make. Our designs arc of the latest, and this fact cou pled with the reasonable prices c ask for first class goods, accounts for our big business. We feel assured that our heavy sales are endorse ments of our good3 and prices. You will find our stock complete at all times new goods are received daily to replace those sold. If you want anything in the furniture line you'll find it here. B. B. WARNER. ODD FELLOWS BLOCK. IF IT'S IN THE DRUG LINE BUY IT OF STREITZ. $ You can bank on it being fresh and as represented. i GRIDDING8 Hiia.rr"ber, Coal a,rLd (3-ra.irL Yards and Elevators at North Platte, Neb., Sutherland, Neb., Julesburg, Colorado. NORTH PLATTE MILLS, (c. p. mamas.) Manufacturer of HIGH AND MEDIUM GRADE FLOUR BRAN AND CHOP PEED. Order by telephone from Newton's Book Store. I Hardware and Furniture. We carry the BEST line of Stoves on the Market Radiant Home Base Burners, Air Blast $ Heaters, Riverside Oaks, Steel Ranges I and Oook Stoves of all sizes. A Complete line of Pumps, Pipes, Fittings, Windmills and Towers. Also Carriages, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons, Etc. I l'RTCBS THAT DEFY COMFI3TITION. ! Victor E. Meyer, - North Side. r I H. McCABE. Proprietor. J. E. BUSH, Manoeer. North Platte Pharmacy. Drugs and Druggists' Sundries, j We aim to handle the best grades of goods Sell everything at reasonable prices, and warrant all goods to be just as represented. i All Priwnrlntlnn. r r. r r. , . 1 1 u Clllo h I I- I ni f vmiwiwii; i ii.wu w; a kltillligiiu r llHrmUGIBl. (J I 4 J Orders from the country.and along the line of the Union awiinvminiljl ID ICBJJCbllUUy BUiiciieu. i First door north of First National Bank. it JUST AT PRESENT 3$ STOVES 2 Are our specialty, and the line we are showing is ?! a ntne tne smoothest we have ever had. Heat- 2 nva 1T1 1V r V tt n --t1 r r vwl 1 1.1. J? 1 I 1 W fc ers in many styles and sizes, hoth for hard and 3 ppaunuuut. vnu ranges, tots ot them. Un stoves J wo lead, we sell more than any other dealer he- cause we have THE stock. 3 H anu is now siignuy nnproveu.