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Local News in Brief.
J. C. Flcharty is ill with a se vere attack of tonsilitas. He is being1 cared for at the hospital. Hon. J. E. Evans returned Sat urday night from Lincoln where he had been transacting G. A. R. bus iness. Sowing Machlno NoedJca at Wilcox Department Store. Rev. R. Randolph spent yester day in Elm Creek, ilia special mission there was to conduct the funeral services of an old friend. Inspector Swift of the postofficc department spent Sunday in town looking over offairs in the local office. He found Postmaster Hill's accounts all correct. The postofficc was closed Satur day afternoon between the hours of two and four out 6f respect to the memory of Vice-president Hobart whose funeral occurred at Princeton during those hours. E. 13. Warner has commenced the task of moving his stock of furniture into his new store. The floor was oiled yesterday and the rest of the small finishing' touches were added. By next week it is expected that the new store will be in ubc, The Orr property in the western part of town again changed hands on Friday, John Vernon, who had just purchased it. selling it to E. 13. McGiunncss at a slight advance on the original price. Mr. McGiun ness will take possession ah soon as Mr. Orr moves to the Fcdcrhof place which he has leased. II. C. Langdon has been appoint ed traveling engineer lor the Ne braska division of the Union Pacific. He assumed his new duties Sunday. He Will still make his home in North Platte as this will be the most central point. Harry's num erous friends arc much pleased over his promotion. The Wilcox Department Store will oloae at 10 o'clook Thanksgiving Day. Will not reopon until 7i30 Friday mornlngfi A mysterious man has recently been terrorizing women who have been out after dark unaccompanied by any escort. A good horsewhip ping would be an excellent dose to mete out to a man who is despic able enough to enjoy frightening defenceless women. The policemen arc on the trail of the man and he will undoubtedly soon be rounded up and given his deserts. The Epworth League will clear thirty-live dollars as a result of the entertainment given by the Scandinavian quartette under the League's auspices Saturday night. The program rendered by the quartette was a very entertaining one and the large audience which heard them felt amply repaid for coming'. Thos. Healey, who had his hand crushed Friday morning at Sidney while he was muking a coupling', cimc down that afternoon. He hdd his hand rc-dresscd soon after he reached here. It was at fust thought that he would have to lose a finger but the physician is now of the opinion that it can be Baved but it will always be stiff. Dandelions are popularly sup posed to be harbingers of spring but that supposition is evidently a mistake aa far as Nebraska is con cerned because at the present time there is a large number of the plantB in blossom on the lawn sur rounding the superintendent's office. The usual accompaniments of Thanksgiving are snow and ice bui this year it is spring bios- bOUIB. Will pay the highest mar ket price prevailing for alfal fa seed. Send samples and ask prices, Harrington &Tobin. The anniversary of the founding of the H. T. club was very fittingly celebrated Friday evening at the home of the president, MIbb Eunice I3abbitt. Nearly every member, who was present, contributed a share toward the evening's enter tainment and the result was an unusually delightful program with some very unique features. Oysters were served shortly before the members departed for their homes, It hos bocomo a household niodlolno with us wo cuutiot get nlong without it," writes Mrs. It. P. Wilson, Gordon, Ark., of neggs' Cliorry Cough Syrup, the guaranteed remedy for coughs, "colila lagrlppo.coiiBumptlon nnd nil brcnohlnl BtfsotlonB, Never falls. A. F. StroiU Youth's ONE PRICE AND PLAIN FIGURES. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE, W. A. VOLLMER, Proprietor. Across the street from old location. ) Fred Capron, ot the Grand Trunk R. R. one of the yctcrans among railway traveling men, spent yesterday in town trans acting business. Attorneys Wilcox, Muldoon and Hoagland went to Ogallala yester day to attend a term of court which is being held there this week by Judge Sullivan for Judge Grimes. Sweeping reduction in Jackets, CapcB and Millinery at Rennie's. Richmond Anderson, from Union Pacific headquarters at Omaha, has been spending' several days in town arranging for some changes in the method of handling some of the business of the traffic de partment. A. R. Adamson has purhascd a lot In the Third watd from Henry Cordcu, and in the spring- will erect a five room cottage on it. Mr. Adamsouhas decided to abandon farming and bring- his family to town. Dr. Hannah makes nervous and chronic diseases a specialty and treats same oateopathically. Judge Neville and his son Keith left Sunday night for Lincoln and Omaha. From there they will go to St. Louis to viBit a few dayH and then on to Annapolis where Keith will enter St. John's school, an EpUcopal academy. The Judge expects to reach Washington Friday. Mrs. Neville and Irene will not leave for Washington un til hear the holidays. itii'ijuiixl'.L jl'i .. .. .. .4-. THE MAN OF TO-DAY if O o Is more or less particular about tho Shoes & no wears. -.iou imj wuuta lows Inm to "forgot Wo furnish it. Witfi this ho desires a shape suitablo to f ins toot, yet is a We have it. Then thero must aim worKinanslup We guarantee A splendid showing of Men's Winter Y onoes horo,emuodyiiig tho above features at Y 3, $3.50, 4- Yellow Front G1SO. M. GRAHAM, Mnnttfior. vfr 3 doors south of PoBtoflico, (lolhas Of the proper styles, fabrics and fit are here in abundance. Many clothiers try to fit youths or young men who measure 32 to 35 inchca around the chest from the small sizes in their men's stock, cutting down and altering'. We, however, carry a spec ial stock of Youth's and Young' Men's sizes, comprising Fashionable fabrics and cut in as modish a style as the young fellows like and ought to have. Suits arc cut with single and double-breasted coats and vests, trousers arc shaped with a distinctive crease and break over the instep. From $5 to $15. New stock of White and Colored Shirts at $1.00. Miss Mary Sullivan will enter tain a few friends Saturday night to celebrate her birthday. Wanted- Live Pigeons. McCuu,ouc.n & Carter. The authentic announcement of Judge Neville's private secretary has finally been made. Rod Smith. Congressman Green's former secre tary, has been given the appoint ment. The new hospital already has a number of patients and several others arc awaiting an opportunity to enter. The patients, who have undergone operations, arc all doing nicely and their friends arc quite enthusiastic, over the hospital. Special Bale on carpets and drcsB goods at Rennie's. The services held at the Metho dist church Sunday night under the auspices of the Jr. 0. A. U. M. were attended by a large congre gation. The sermon preached by the pastor, Rev. C. C. Wilson, was a very eloquent one and the sing ing was a very attractive feature. Furnished room for rent. Enquire of Mrs. Wm. Eves. The Scandinavian Quartette left yesterday for Ogallala where they gave a concert last night, Miss 'lourtelotte, one of the members of tllC COmnanv. is ail old nrlinnlmntn of Mrs. O. W. Neal and spent part if thnlinin tl.n.. ........ I..-. I v...v.i.iv invjr ntlt liurc ill llCl guest. Mnkos tho blood pure, ronovntos the UepKB' Illood Purillor. "It cured mo of a loug-BtnndlDg nnd ohronio enso or llstuln.' "It. A. Bontly, Summit, Ploridn. IiindorGcd by phyaioinns. Guaiuntked noi 10 mil. Try it. A. v , Btroitz. j. a. j. j . . uuiuiui ease cnac ai- J his feet." correct style. . be quality of leather 2 that will givo good wear & ours. ' 2 Shoe Store, NOUTII PLATTE, NEB, People and Events, f Gust Fries spent Sunday in Omaha visiting- his family. fl. S. Ridgcly returned Friday night from a business trip to Omaha. J. M. C Wood was down from Ilcrshcy Saturday transacting bus iness. Mr$. Wm, Eves returned yester day morning-from a brief visit in Hershey. Mrs. M. H. Douglas returned Friday night from a short visit In Grand Island. Miss Salina Holcombc has re turned from a visit with relatives near Ogallala. Mrs. A. M. Babbitt came down from Cheyenne yesterday morning to visit relatives. Will Harden Is home from Salt Lake where he was called by the death of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanlon and son George have returned from a brief visit in Grand Island, Mrs. E. Votaw went to Lincoln Saturday morning to spend a short time visiting relatives there, Mrs. A. S. Baldwin, who has been visiting- relatives in Chicago, is expected home tomorrow night. Mrs. Wm. Hagar and children went to Maxwell Saturday morn ing to visit friends for a few days. Geo. C. McAllister came down from Chappell Sunday and yester day went to Maywood on legal business, P. L. Harper, who had been transacting bnsiness in town re turned to his home in Wallace Saturday, Mrs. C, E. Spear came down from Hershey Saturday morning and later in the day left ior Garfield to visit relatives. Mtb, A. M. Dill and Mrs P. W. Sitton and daughter Vera have returned fr.om a short visit in Omaha. Court reporter Cary went to Ogallala yesterday morning to re port a term of court being held there by Judge Sullivan. Mrs. Altred Hazlett arrived from Beatrice Friday night and will visit her parents, Mr, and MrB. T. D, Cotton, for a few weeks. A colony of beavers has located in the Elkhorn river near Oakdale and is constructing a dam. They are cutting down six inch trees and floating them down to the dam. Mrs. H. V, Hilliker and children left yesterday morning for their new home in Grand Island. Their departure causes sincere regret among their larce circle of friends. Miss Alice Fisher, of Salt Lake City, is the guest of her cousin Miss Lena Scbatz. MisB Fisher js enroute home from Springfield where bIic has been visiting rela tives. J. B. Jeter and family and Miss Clara Rankin, who have been mak ing an extended visit in Washing ton and Indiana, returned home Friday night. They report a very enjoyable trip. Judge and Mrs. H. M. Grimes returned home Saturday afternoon. The fore part of the week they spent in Broken Bow where the Judge held a term of court for Judge Sullivau and the latter part of the week they Bpent in Ord vibit iug old friends. Broken Bow is to have a new hotel, 50 x 100 sect, two stories high. It will be built of brick and will contain fifty rooms. The hotel is to cost $8,500. Tor the Ladies. We are now manufacturing the Sea Foam Steam Laundry Machine the latest and best washing ma chine on earth and if you contem plate buying a washer let us know and it will cost you nothing to try it and be convinced our machine is all we claim and that it will do perfect work quicker and with leas labor than any machine made. Resp'y. Strickler Mdse, Co. Hershey, Neb. SIX FRIGHTFUL FAILURES. Six torribld failures of six dilTeront dootors nonrly sontWm. II. Mullen, ot Look land, O., to nn onrly grnvo. All Bnul ho had u fatal lung trouble and that ho must soon dlo. Hut ho was urged to try Dr. King' Now Discovory for Consumption. Aftor taking live bottles ho wob entiroly ourod. It Is jkb itivoly gunrnntood toouro all dlBoneos ot Throat, Chest and LuDge, including coughs, colds. In grlppo, puoumonin, bronchitis, nsttimn, hny fovor, oroup, whooping cough. 50o and 81. Trial bot tloB froo at Stroitz'B drug store. r UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE Costs no more than that of "antedulivan" make. Our designs are of the latest, and this fact cou pled with the reasonable prices we ask for first class goods, accounts for our big business. We feci assured that our heavy sales are endorse ments of our goods and prices. You will find our stock complete at all times new goods arc received daily to replace those sold. If you want anything in the furniture line you'll find it here. ODD FELLOWS BLOCK. E. B. WARNER. Jackets, Capes, Collarettes and Millinery All S15.00 to $20.00 Jackets and Capes at . $12.50 All 12.50 Jackets and Capes at 8.50 All 10.00 Jackets and Capes at 7.50 All 7.50 Jackets and Capes at 5.00 All 5.00 and 6.00 Jackets and Capes at 4.00 All 4.00 Jackets and Capes at 2.50 All 15.00 Collarettes at 10.00 All 10.00 and 12.00 Collarettes at 7.50 All 7.50 Collarettes at 5.00 All 5.00 Collarettes at; 3.00 All 3.50 Collarettes at. 2.00 Sweeping Reductions in. Millinery. $10.00 and 12.00 Hats at $7.00 7.50 and 8.00 Hats at 5.00 5.00 and 6.50 Hats at 4.00 3.00 and 4.00 Hats at 2.00 2.00 and 2.50 Hats at 1.25 2.00 Walking Hats at 1.00 1.00 Crushers at 50c RENNIE'S, RENNIE'S- John Wilson, deputy internal revenue collector, was in town Sat urday looking after busiuess in his department. Commissioner Davis is filling in the crosswalks on Dewey street with stone to see if he cannot over come the mud problem. The pre sent style of crossing might well be dubbed a mud catcher. Farmers, who sold their seed rye because, on account of the unusual ly dry fall, they did not intend to plant it, are now regretting that they did so as the ground since the rain is in prime condition for plant ing and those who have seed arc hustling it into the ground at a rapid rate. For Rent. A choice irrigated farm of 300 acres near Nichols. Apply to T. C. Patterson. The secretary of the Interstate Commerce commission has notified the railroads, which have not yet fully obeyed the act of congress providing for safety couplings, that a hearing will be granted them in Washington, December, 9 as to the possibility of extendiug the time beyond January 1, 1900. n 1 . . IT fl -k r -m-9 n. n x uc r . Mi. iv M. v. k. k. announce that it has fully complied with the law but it is probable that the U, P. and the B. & M. will be among t hose who will ask for an cxteti tion of the time as a small per cent of the rolling stock is not yet equipped and cannot be before Jan. 1st. EDITOR SEES WONDERS. Editor W. V. Iinrry, of Iioxlngton Tonn , in exploring mammoth cavo con trnotod nsevoro enso of Piles. His quick ouro through using Buoklon's Arnica Snlvo convinced him it is nnothor world's wondor. Curoa pilo?, injuries, inflnm mntion nnd nil bodily oruptiona. Only 25 conts at StroiU's, I H. McCABE. Proprietor. I North Platte Pharmacy. Drugs and Druggists' Sundries. 3 We aim to handle the best grades of goods j Sell everything at reasonable prices, and warrant all goods to be just as represented, jfc j All Proscriptions Carefully Flllod by n Llconsod Pharmacist. ! Orders from the country and along the line of the Union I Pacific Railway is respectfully solicited, k First door north of First National Bank. -ON- Albert Davis, "The Kid Jeweler," Has just received a new stock of JEWELRY, WATCHES AND CLOCKS, AND TILE LATEST IN LACE PINS, CUFF BUT TONS AND WAIST SETS. Only reliable goods sold and your money's worth every time. All goods warranted. &With A. h. Davis, Dewey St. FOR SALE. FARM WAGONS, SPRING WAGONS TOP BUGGIES, And all kinds of Fawn flffachinspy. Standard Goods at Reasonable Prices. LOCK & SALISBURY, NORTH PLATTE. J. F. FILWON, WM General Kepairer. Special attention given to WHEELS TO KENT j. E. BUSH, Manager. TiDworlcr 4