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W. T. Drown is again at his post of duty on his dray wagon after naving bceii laid up for a few days with a badly sprained back, The work of distributing' the bal lots for the coming election is al most completed, the first ones hav ing been sent out several days ago. 10. M. Stannard has been spend; ing several days here visiting friends. He reports plenty of work at the Stannard & White factory in Applcton. Prank and Mary Cunningham will entertain a number of their friends this evening in honor of their guest, Wm. J. Edwards, of Kidgcway. During the past week this office has printed the election ballots for Lincoln, Logan and McPhcrson counties, work that kept the force on a rapid move, Very few pranks were played by the boys Hallow E'en owing to the vigilance of the special policemen, who very much curtailed the pleas ures of the small boys. Miss Winnie Dcclcr entertained a few friends Hallow E'en. They spent a very pleasant evening divining their fortunes in true Hal low E'en style and playing games. Thos. Quinii and his family went to Denver yesterday. They expect to make their home there. The family has resided in North Platte for a good many years and their numerous friends very much regret their departure. F. W, Milncr has returned from his vacation trip and resumed his position as night operator in the dispatchers' office. During his absence Mr. Milncr made a tour of the Pacific coast and spent several weeks in Canada. "Wanted White and yellow corn. Will pay a premium for good white corn. C. F. iDDIKGS. Dr. E. B. Warner laid the last brick on his new block Wednesday afternoon. The brickwork was completed in a few days less than three weeks after it was com uiciiccu. x ue uuuuing is now m the hands of the carpenters who are making all possible speed on their work, The O. E. S. held a social Wtd ncsday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. W. Birgc. The atten dance was not as large as it has been at previous socials but those who were there spent a most dc lightful afternoon, The entertain incut waB largely musical. The luncheon was a very dellc ions one. Mr. Joseph Smith and MisnTillie Finney were married in Council Bluffs Tuesday evening at the hum of the bride s parents. The groom is well known in North Platte as he was a fireman running on the Second district until he met with an accident several months ago which incapaciatud him for that work, His many friends here wish tne happy couple much joy and prosperity. Order baled hay from Harrington & Tobin. Clarence Post's physiognomy is decorated with a variety of band ages and plasters. While the dec oration is not exactly artistic it answers the purpose of helping to heal numerous cuts and bruises which Clarence obtained by coming in violent contact with a hitching post in the west cud of town Tuca day night. Consult Dr. Miller of the 1- " y- m nomine ucniai o. octore you go elsewhere for your dental work, Office over Strcitz' drug store.. Grimes' Cellar Door will open at Lloyd'n opera house Nov. 7, with James B. Mackie and big tarce comedy company composing cast Mr. Mackie will be remembered beit as the original f Grliuscy' in Hoyt'H "Bunch of Keys," and from the emphatic success madeo the part, attained the title of Iloyt's famous Comedian. In the prcseuta tion of "Grimes' Cellar Door," Mr. Mackie finds plenty of scope to dis play his versatility as a Comedian His company includes Louise San ford, Comedienne, so long identified with Iloyt's attractions, the Grimes Cellar Door Quartette, Kentucky Trio, Belle Moore, formerly with Harrigan, and a host of pretty girls, combining to make the new music and special features of 'Grime's Cellar Door" more populn than ever. Prices 50 and 75 cents "That fellow STAR'S SUITS $10, $12, $15-- which are fit to wear the minute you wont them, and your money back if you are not thoroughly satisfied that you have your money's worth. Complete new line of Ulsters and Overcoats for Men, Boys and Children- ONE PRIGS AND PLAIN FIGURES. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE, W. A. VOLLMER, Proprietor. Across the street from old location. The school board will hold its regular meeting Monday night. Some action 011 the bonds will probably be taken at this meeting. New and stylish coats and jackets at Bank's. The Redmond Dramatic Compa ny has been drawing good audi ences at the opera house this week and the natrontiire has been well merited. The company will close ts engagement to-morrow night. The Hibberd brothers, who were working on the Warner block, have returned to Kearney. Mr. Richard Hibbcrd. who was the contractor 011 the brick work, spent yesterday in town looking the work over ty sec if It is satisfactory. Drop in and inspect the coulplate line of coats and jackets on ale at Bank's. T. F. Bishop and family arrived from Ogdeu Wednesday night and will spend a few days here. Much to the disapolutnient of their num erous friends they will not be located here this winter but Wiil iro to Ft. Wortlr,.the fruit compniiie having decided not to keep u man here. The officers of the 'ocal United States land office have been notified of the decision of the secretary oT the interior affirming the decision of the comniiHuioner that the Union Pacific is not entitled to the odd sections of the land in the Ft. Mc Phcrson reservation, but as railroad has the privilege of asking for a review and an appeal It will probably be several yirv belore the matter is definitely HOtitle'd. MEN'S $3.00 SHOES. ThoThreo Dollir? Shoes .you'll find hero are better- than niopt. and tho oqunl of any at the price. An assortment sullieicntly large to allow a selection to your liking. Double soles that tiro welted and stitched with uppers of genuino Box Calf, Gem Calf and leather lined Vici Kid. Both circular seam golf pattern and regular cut style. Comfortable fitting, neat shaped lasts, low broad heels and neat toe shapes. The best of nil throe dollar shoes for men. ft rtfl tr-H i enow rroiit GISO. M. GRAHAM, Mnntifjoi 3 doors south of PostolVtco. NORTH PLATTE, NED. is a stunning dresser, thotjgh I won der how he enn do it on hut small sal ary," How frequently one hears that re mark about town. No doubt, if the truth were known, the person referred to instead of going to a merchant tailor and paying fio, $23 or $30 for his suit of clothes.buys one Of The Star's whole sale tailored kind, for which we have made to order ntul knowing and study ing your wants, are perfect in every de tail. These suits are as well made, as well trimmed and in nine cases out ten better fitting than those which the tailor makes to order and charges -well, any price he pleases, or he thinks you will pay. John Corbett was over from Wal lace Tuesday transacting business and listening to Bryan expound calamity. Dr, Seymour here Nov. 14. North v Platte had the uniriue distinction yesterday of being the coldest point in the United States with the exception of some Alaskan points. Buy tlmi Hovso Blankot of Wilcox Department Storo. Joseph Ilei&hcy returned Wednes day afternoon from a six weeks trip through the east. Mrs. Ilershcy and on will remain in Iowa City a few weeks longer for the benefit of their health. The members of the B. of h. 13. and B. of h. F. grievance com mittees expect to be called to Oma ha within n few days for the pro posed conference with General Manager Dichiusou. Call on Dr. Miller of the Rotnine Dental Co. Teeth extracted with out pain. All work guaranteed. Office over Streit, drug store. A large cnttle deal was consniu mateil Tuesday afternoon when II. M. Witmlow sold 1075 head of cat tle to D. B. McNeal. The cattle have been pastured at the McNeil ranch for several months and Mr. Wtnslow expected to ship them to Smith Omaha tin week had he mt succeeded indisposing of them here. The cattle nre all in good condition ami if the market continues to be as fuvornble as it ban been for several months the deal ought to be a very orolitable one tor Mr. McNeal. For the present he will continue to pasture the cattle on his ranch. bnoe store, I People and events. oe Rev. G. A. Beechcr held services in Gothenburg Wednesday. Mrs. J. A. Bent, of Denver, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Ray. Mr. and Mtb. Alex Adamson and daughter left Wednesday night for their home in Jerome, II B. Read, of Ogallala, was in town yesterday looking after some of his cattle interests. W. G. Kciin, of Lincoln is in town looking after his interests in a prospective horse deal. Miss Pearl Snyder came up from Maxwell Wednesday afternoon and is visiting relatives here. Willis Farmer, who was laying brick on the Warner building, has returned to his home in Kearney. Mrs. F. W. Ritickcr and sons re turned last night from a visit with relatives in Ogden and Cheyenne. Attorney ThomaB was up from Gothenburg yesterday lookmgafter some legal business in the probate court. Joe Nelson returned yesterday morning from Council Bluffs where he went to attend the Finney-Smith wedding. Mrs. J. 12. Wollenhaupt will re turn Sunday from her eastern trip. She was detained by the illness of a sister. Mrs. M. II. Douglas will return tomorrow night from Grand Island where she has been visiting friends for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Anderson re turned yesterday from Sidney where they have been living for the past few months. II. S. Ridgcly and Judge A. S. Baldwin returned Wednesday after noon from a trip to the southern part of the county. Miss Kate Gilmau. who is teach ing school near Buchanan, will spend Saturday and Sunday in town visiting her parents. Mrs.- II. M. Grimes and her son Ivec expect to return from Bedford next week. Lee's health still con tinues to show marked improve ment. A Ghost Party. Miss Jessie Banks entertained a number of ghosts at her home Hal low E'en. They spent the evening playing ghostly games and telling one another's fortunes in true Hal low E'en fashion, About ten o'clock the guests divested themselves of their ghostly apparel and appeared in their natural guise that ot charming young ladies. Quite a little merriment was created at the unmasing by the discovery that two boys, Clarence Dillard and Guy Robinson, had also crept in 111 ghostly apparel and had been dis guising their voices leading every one to think they were of the gentler sex. The ghosts proved to be very substantial spirits when it came to disposing of the dainty lunch which had been prepared for their delecta tion and demonstrated that even ghosts enjoy the good things of this life. Those who were numbered among the guests were the Misses Mabel Orr, Edith Drake, Wilmina Derryberry, Stella Gill, Jennie Mc Micheal, Blanche Warner, Cora and Liddie Sluder.Gertic and Mary Rus sell, tfella Van Doran and Clara Langford. Lincoln county farmers still con tinuc to invest in cattle, several small bunches having, changed hands recently. The farmers who invested in cattle last spring are all well satisfied and some of them expect to branch out still farther. Juet unloadod a oar New York apples tho ohoiceot apples that grow. Northern Spys, Baldwins, Russotts and rseunowers $i.uu per barrel Choice Western nrnwn ji.ty pies $3.25 bbl. Harrington & Tobln. let sir?. S-ar w p PI V. 5? S2V1 . mm n 21 H O 55 5" r, r UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE Costs no more than that of "antedulivan" make. Our designs nre of the latest, and this fact cou pled with the reasonable prices we ask for first class goods, accounts for our big business. We feel assured that our heavy sales arc endorse ments of our goods 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. ODD FELLOWS CLOCK. Ei B. AVARNER. A Hallow E'on Party. The Keliher home on east Third street was the scene, Tuesda3 evening, of one of the jollicst Hal low E'en parties which has evct been held in North Platte, Miss Hannah Keliher being the hostess. As the guests entered the house tin vision which met their delighted eyes made them think that they had been transported bodily into some enchanted country. Streamers of cheese cloth of all the colors of the rainbow were festooned around the rooms and jack-lanterns added a weird touch to the 6ccnc. The merrymakers soon discovered the purpose of the streamers as each one was asked to take a streamer's end and wind it up until the other end was found. As an incentive to rapid work they were told that two of the streamers had the porverbial pot of gold" concealed at their ends. Miss Mae Walker succeeded n finding one "pot of gold" which proved to be a very dainty paper knife. Gus Chamberlain was re warded for his labors with an ice man's pin. During the evening for tunes were told and the fates re vealed the fact that Mr. Frank Mc- Call is destined to remain a bach elor and Miss Nellie Austin, an old maid, until the end of their days. Three red ears of corn suspended in the archway answered the same purpose as a mistletoe and a num ber of fair maidens were made to pay the penalty of standing under neath them. Shortly before mid night a very delicious lunch was served. About fifty pouug people enjoyed Miss Kelilicr's hospitality and they are all of the opinion that she is a decided success in the role of hostess. KEROSENE OIL. We will deliver Oil to any part of the city for 16c per gallon. We take it to the house in our can. Wilcox; Depaufcnieqt! j&or'e. 5c The best CIGAR IN TOAflZN Can bo found at J. F. SMMALZmi Our Ten-Cent Cigars are the equai ot any. Your attention is invited to our fine line of Chewinp- and Smoking Tobaccos and Smok ers articles. FOR SALE. Poland China Pigs- both sex, herd headed by King I Know No. 50259, a direct son of the great prize winner Chief I Know No. 119i2. Also some High Grade "Bull Calves sired by my full blood Scotish bull Noble Victor 2d, No. 139,834. WM. SULLIVAN, P. O. sTorfch Platte, Neb N. MoCADE. Proprietor. J. E. DUSH, Manncor. North Platte Pharmacy. j Drugs and Druggists' Sundries. J - , - 1 jfc We nim to handle the Sell everything at wnrrnnt a11 goods to All Proscriptions Carefully Orders from the country and along the line of the Union Pacific Railway is respectfully solicited. First door north of First National Bank. r&i fy rj? f) fJ ri cfo tfy rji r$) rj We are Kept Busy Renairinir shoes for .i3 people who appreciate ,1 neat, substantial work the only kind we do. If not already a custo- mer we solicit your f work. ..i. 4 fiPn TP.KITT.VB. 'I Yellow Front Shoe Store OUR NEW Fall and Winter Suitings Which have just arrived. F. J. Broeker, Merchant Tailor. FOR SALE. A good and desirable lot on the corner of Ninth and Dewey streets, Third ward. For particulars address, MRS. F. E. ADAMS, Albany, Oregon. FOR SALE! Improved Yorkshire -PIGS.- Cnll on ornddress WM. N. PARCEL, V EI.I.FX.KET, Nim. ranch miles northwest of. Wollfleot. FOR SALE. FARM WAGONS, SPRING WAGONS TOP BUGGIES, And all kinds of Farm jyiachinery. Standard Goods at Reasonable Prices. LOCK S SALISBURY, NORTH PLATTE. J. F. FILL.I0N, General Repairer. Special attention given to WHEELS TO RENT best grades oF goods j reasonable prices, and be just as represented, -r Filled by a Licensed Pharmacist. See