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TROUSERS HAVE A big and bright baby boy was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Quinn. Mrs. S. E. Douglas is negotiating for tlic purchase ot the Brctcrnitz bouse on wcBt Fourth street. If she buyB she will build a two-room addition to the house. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crick are the proud parents of a boy baby which was born on Thursday of last week. Grandpa Anderson bears his honors meekly. Dan Burke, who had been in Lin coin for some time taking treat mcnt for a cancer on the lip, has returned home. The physician is confident that he can effect a cure. I. A. Fort will deliver a lecture on 'Our Business Conditions" at Julcsburg, Colo., on Aug. 11th, -and will speak on the same subject at Sterling a few days later. One section of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show train was run into bv a freight train near Detroit early Sunday morning. One employe of y the bIiow was killed and nine in jured, none of whom arc known in thifl city. Braa 60c. a hundred at Wilcox De partment Store. Five cars of beer haye been re ceived this month by the local deal ers, which represents a good many thousand glasses. In 18$) there were thirty-seven car loads of beer received by Henry Waltcmath and the local agctlt of Fred Krug. On last Saturday deputy county treasurer Davis issued eighty-one tax receipts amounting to the sum of $1,157.64. So .far as the number of receipts are concerned this is the largest number that has been written in one day for a long time. In a game of ball Sunday after noon between the barbers and grocery clerks, the latter won by a core ot seventeen to thirteen. The features of the game waB Trout's base running and "Rag Time's" work in the infield. For Sawj Seventy-five head of stock hogs. D. 12, Morrill. A solid train of Krug's beer left Omaha the latter part of last week, but by the time it reached here Sunday there were hut thirteen cars, the remainder having been distributed at the towns between Omaha and North Platte. coat and vest. m Wc davc made ample provision for your needs in that m line, and will show you an attractive lot of trousers, styl- i. i t .. . !,-.. it 11.. ri. ,.ha.. .1 Special values. Exceptionally Choice patterns and i rn IO t FOR A BUTTON OfT I00 TOR A RIP. 1L 1 R N I TCSTIN9 DUTCHESS TROUSERS, I THtV HOtOTWEROCKS-THrjltHOut 9 5 A Queer Way Y Of wearing out about two or three months ahead of the Jr A coat and vest. If you have trousers ready to quit, we'd 10 just like to show you what an extra pair will do for that y 1 I People and Events. I i n TWJ Cotton and Wool mixed kinds, at Fancy Cheviot and Cassimerc Trousers, "All Woolf" Fancy Worsteds, .50c .75c .95c $1.35 $2. $4. $5.00 $2.50 Oqe fflce aijcl. Piaii) Fixtures. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE. W. A. VOLLMER, Proprietor. Opposite old location. 9 t Frank Bacon spent Sunday and yesterday in Gothenburg. Mrs. J. B. Scanlan left yesterday for a visit at Loycland, Colo. Charley Vollmcr returns today from his vacation in the cast, T. C. Patterson will return today from a week's stay in Omaha. Frank Fonda is home from a pleasure trip to Salt Lake City. C. F. Ormsby has been visiting his sou Frank at Kcarnev for ii few days past. Mrs. Julius Pizcr and children returned Sundav nieht from their visit in Denver. Mrs. Lewis Huntington, who had been visiting relatives in town, re turned to Maxwell yesterday. j. u, JNcinng stopped over in town Saturday while enroutc home from a week's visit in Missouri. Congressman Neville left yester day for the north part of the district to look after his political fences. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bacon leave tonight for Portland, Maine, where they will visit relatives lor a month. Mrs. Andy Struthers, who had been visiting friends in town for a week or more, returned to Sidney yesterday afternoon. Fred Edelmau, who lives south- cast of town. expcctB his sixteccn year old daughter to arrive from Germany in a few days. Rev. Geo. A. Bccclier will take a vacation the coining mouth, and during his absence Rev. Wm. McKim, ot New York, will officiate as rector. Lucten Stebbins returned the latter part of the week from the central part of the state. He at tended the mid-road populist con vention at Grand Islaud and then visited friends for a few days. Wall Paper. We arc showing an exceptionally fine line of Wall Paper of the newest designs. If you you contemplate papering your house, call and see our stock. We can suit you in both style and price. E. B. WARNER. Ginn & VVciiigand received a car load of furniture yesterday. Dr. F. W. Miller, Dentist, over Strietz's drug store. Thos. Hanrahan was up from Maxwell yesterday transacting bus iness and meeting his many old- time friends. Round and Half Round Stock Tanks, all sizes, for sale by Jos. Hershey. Miss Nellie Sullivan, A) TKAunKit or PIANO, MANDOLIN, X AND HARMONY, At Mr. James lint's. Ginn & Wcingand arc tnking an invoice of the Bclton stock of furni ture and tomorrow will take charge of the store. The county commissioners re convened in session today' and will make their semi-annual settle ment with the county treasurer. Dr. and Mrs. George B. Dent will TlieMcave i1 a fcw daY9 or Kansas City rears were placarded with streamers. Davis is selling the famous Hcr rick KcfrigcratorsiAT cost. Frank Mooncy says the indica- wliere they will permanently locate. Their friends regret their removal from North Platte. In the game of ball Saturday afternoon between McKceu'a fairies it r i I r i !.! I lions are lavoraoic a Kuuu-u and Rolh,a buttcrllicB( lhe iormer attendance at the tennis tourna- W0Q bvascorc o 15 to 10, Tui3 mcnt to be held during the street BCCond dcfeat sllould BalUf the fair. Mr. Mooney has heard from buttcrnies' longing for revenge. McCook, Overton, Lexington and ,., . . Grand Island, saying that dele- , ' S' WJ ,n Brady yes- gations will be sent from those . the Ililinn Pncifif! C.n. Tn Anril. mt.- t j ...,.!... I " "r- -x 11c gang 111 uaguca wuiw. lOOO. Fickencher and liln unit wirP working at Julesburg were trans- bad, burned w,jUc f hU a ferred to Columbus last nigut. ine ,re fivC( whlch they claim was cars which the gang were using are Mib k f a locomotive, 7 ,,, t V j V i Md latcy tueV began suit in the mey wm ucmauoncu ..c .u c district court of Dawson county for At It..... ...Ill t.. l..M.lMtAl1 ! I I umu lucy Wn uc iu.,..Kiu damages in the sum of two thousand Buipuur ana iiiorougiuy urcucucu dollars each with steam and hot water. Can Enter Additional Land, The officers of the local United States land office have received notice that under an act approved- last J tine those who took home steads and later commuted and paid the government price of the land, are now entitled to 160 acres under the homestead law. It is likely that a number who commuted their homesteads will take advantage of this opportunity to secure the additional 1G0 acres of land. The Y. M. C. A. received Redwood Tho ladies' guild of the Kpisco pal church will meet at the Gtlman residence Friday afternoon, me parasite wlucn is causing the death of millions of grass hoppers is a small red louse which gets in its work under the hoppers' wings. Long liye the louse. To make room for stoves Davis is selling Refrigerators at cost. The rain Friday night and Sat urday, which covered the greater part of the county, came juBt in iimc 10 Keep corn growing at a me 1. m. vj. a. received one cracking gait. A few more such hundred new volumes for its library rains will make the corn crop. last Friday, the greater part of Miss Thella Langford and Chas. which are fiction. This brings the Yost will be united in marriaire to- total number of volumes in the morrow evenuur at the home of the library up to 1,600. Included in bride. Only members of the two ll,e nvoice 1 'riday was a new Web families and intimate friends of the stcr's dictionary, which the rooms contracting parties will be present badly needed. at the ceremony. All the stone for the foundation A public meeting was held at of tl,e school building has arrived, Lexington yesterday to devise but untl1 tne atone for the water means for protecting the birds table, which is not yet "in sight," which hunters ruthlessly slaughter, arrives, no pressed, brick can be The farmers claim that if the birds laid- Tl,e dclay of the stone has arc not protected the county will be interfered very much with work on nevastated oy irrasshoopera and the huitdlmr. J. W. Cheyncy has returned from a week or j 1j ll Fruit .... Preserving Time Calls for a high class of kettles, fruit jars, jelly tumblers and the like, and you will take "pleas ure in the completeness of our stock. Fore warned is forearmed and you'd better look over your utensils in good time, make Up a list of what you need and see us. tf ilcox; Department; j&ore, NOTICE. All persons arc hereby warned air ai nst trespassing on my farm and hay land southwest of the city imitS. CHAS. MCDONALD. S HERE WE ARE AGAIN. m m m m m Westorn Nobrnsko, n lrosh littttcr J aifZ JSggs constantly on hand, Call Cash 2 Everything p Sldo Tho North Grocory. Unit goes to moko up n J first class rnoal, can bo S m 1 j . . 1 IOUZU in HUB BIOTO. 41 Also the nontost store in ? m give us a trial and bo convinced S that wo nro tho CIFTFjA PEST placo 9 2 to buy In North Platto. 2 Tclophonc IOS Wo are hero to JJ tay. u. G. SAWYER. S J. F. FILLION, Plumber, Tinworker General Repairer. Special attention given to WHEELS TO RENT or Take Notice. I have 400,000 Acres of Pas ture Lands for Sale or Lease, at prices ranging from 00 cents to 82 per aoro. Ranches, farm, hay, and irrigated hinds, and othor clasBos ot Real Estate. Land sold on tho 10 yoar U. P. R. R. tlmo plan, one-tenth down, balanco in yearly payments. Call on . I- FOET, U. P. R. R. Land Agent Ottonstoin Building, NORTH PLATTE, NEB. rAnnmnc tut w other insects, Stock Tanks for sale. Maxwell where he spent Best on earth. ..t t i rr Hiiapes umi weignts, oucrcti at prices close oufall summer footwear. Sizes G to 16 feet. C. F. Iudings. It is stated that a company com posed of local and Omaha men will purchase eighty acres of laud west of the city and next spring Bet out the entire tract to cherry trees. The gentlemen composing the company arc satisfied that cherry trees will do well in this section and yield a handsome return on the investment. Farmers west of the city have be gan threshing their wheat and the yield runs from ten to twenty-five buBhcls per acre. This is better than was expected owing to the ravages of the graBBhoppers. The second crop of alfalta 1b now being cut for hay. and will yield about as heavy as the first cutting. Owing to the hoppers eating the bloom on the second crop, very little alfalfa Beed will be harvested. Refrigerators at cost at Davis', About fifty students attending the summer school participated in the social held at thcikome oj Mr. and Mrs. H. 13. Worrell, and which was tendered them by Messrs. Worrell and Orr, the instructors. Ice cream and cake were Bcrved on the lawn the early part of the even iug, and then the guests were in vited in the house where a very ac ceptable musical -program was cloth top, turn soles. reuaerca. xne evening proveu a very enjoyable one. Yellow Front Shoe Store, Geo. M. Graham, Mgr., Three Boon South of P. O. North Platte, Neb. "The Proof of the Pudding is in the Eating." The proof that there are unusual bargains 'in Worn Tan Shoes for you here, is simply in the inspection of tli Fine new stylish durable Tan Shoes in various pattc less en's them. patterns, than worth, to Women's Fine Tan Shoes. $1.90 Tops U Fine Tan Kid Bicycle Boots inches high. Fine Tan Kid Lace Shoes Kid top light soles. Fine Tan Lace Shoes silk vesting tops, flexible soles. Fine Tan Kid Lace Shoes mannish style Welt Soles. Fine Tan Lace Shoes vesting inlaid tops Welt Soles. Fine T,n Lace Shoes plain French $2.90 o "roughing it" 011 Holcomb s l. raucu, auu iecis considerably im proved in health bv reason of his experience. John Bratt will go to Grand Island to-morrow to meet Mavor Piatt and the two will then go to Omaha to consult Passenger Agent Lomax 111 regard to railroad rates for the Blrcet fair. For Sai,E My farm, four miles west of city; will be sold in 80 acre tracts or as a whole. See me for particulars. D A. Baker. J. L. Minor has been notified that he will be relieved to-morrow bv W. II. Maiuwearing, who comes from the east. Mr. Minor will at once leave for Salt Lake City. The complete service of "The Chicago-Portland Special," via Union Pacific, enables passengers to reach the principal cities between the North Pacific Coast and Missouri River nqt only in the shortest possible space of time, but also in the most comfortable and enjoyable manner. The dining cars on this train are stocked with the best the mar ket affords. All meals served a la carte. J as. B. Scanlan, Agent. V strikes everybody on the road. Our vehicles are perfection in every detail. We add lightness to strength, beauty to these, and short prices to all the other quali ties. It isn't worth while to stick to an old timer when you can get one of our superb new ones at a low price. It's going on wheels that keeps business brisk and moving. .JOS. HERSHEY. r i North Platte Pharmacy, i ! Drugs and Druggists' Sundries. ! w I I 4ff? We aim to handle the best grades of goods jfc Sell everything at reasonable prices, nnd 3jr warrant all goods to be just as represented. 4fe All Proscriptions Carofully Filled by a Licensed Pharmacist. Orders from the country and along the line of the Union Pacific Railway is respectfully solicited. First door north of First National Bank. 3 4 i 0&: Five Cent Cigar ,. -t.