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OFEICE MAN. If your work is close and confining your oyes nro bound t,o suiTcr probably tlioy have alrcndy caused you some worry bettor call in and hnvo tbem examined today. Tho relief that a pair of well fitted glasses will Rive you and the pre vention of further decline in the strength of your eyes arc two largo items that should not bo overlooked. Lot uh fit you if necessary with the propor lensca tho cost is reason able. CLINTON, Jeweler and Opitican. i DRS. BROCK & CROOK, p DENTISTS. p Ovor Tlrst National. Phono UH Miss Mabel JefTors !r the guest of friends in Grand Island The Presbyterian aid noddy will moot with Mrs. Clara Newton ThurB day aftornoon. 0. W. Gibson, who is employed at Laramie, is visiting rolativoH and friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rankin roturned from Omaha Sunday and loavo tonight for their homo in Los Angelas. The Social Dancing Club will hold a dancing party as the slutting rink tonight. Marion Carrior wan down from his Dirdwood ranch Saturday. Ho prefers ranch lifo to that of a villago black smith. Jjikjicb ieit suppers, twenty per cont discount. Small, tho big shoo man. On account of tho storm tho W. H. Turpto Halo advertised for yesterday was postponed until Tuosdny of next weok. John Duggari wont to Cozad Satur day und hnd a wrestling match with It l.4 I . . uariisio. Alter n contest laming ovor an hour it was declared a draw. Mogul CofToo can bo purchased of Buchanan Co., P. T, McGorr, and tho Rush Mercantilo Co. No sessions of tho N. T. E. club wil bo held during Lent, a majoiity of tho membcrH being of tho chuich affilia tions that observe that Boason. use Kexaii Cherry Juice Lough Syrup, McDoncll & Graves. Mrs. Chas. A. Dill went to Omaha Sunduy night and tomorrow will leavo with Gonl, Supt. Park and Mrs. Park fir Now Orleans in Mr. Park's special car, Tho mooting of tho Girls' Friendly bociety announced for this evening at tho homo of Mrfl. Goorgo W. Finn with Mins Mollyneaux as hostesR, has been postponed until after Lent. Drink Mogul Coffee. A dozen or more members of tho gun club indulged in a trapHhoot Sunday ant sovcral good scores wcro made. Pitt broko twonty-flvo straight, and others scored twenty-four out of twenty-five FREU-A DuBt Pun with a ton eoal. Mary Simpson, a hum is in Lodgo Polo, was takon off train No. 4 Saturday night by tho local authorities on receipt of a wire sent by relatives, Sho was sent homo Sunday night. Tho girl claimed sho came hero to marry a young man. wo iiavo cash customers for sovora dwellings ranging in price from $1000 to 52500. By listing such properties with us you will secure Bpcody sales. Buchanan & Pattuubon Seeking to uvongo the murder of Po lieomun Edward Lowery by John Mas auralla Friday night, several hundred men and boy, fired by tho oratory o two legislators and other speakers, swopt from the South Omaha city hal down into tho Greek colony Sunday af ternoon, demolished every Givek hous or storo thoy could, sottinir flro to some shot two boys and ono man and boiran a riot which extended on into tho night with menacing aspects. Tho Horaco K. Turner Co. of Boston lmvo agreed to loan ono of their travo ing art exhibits to tho city schools for tho evening of February 20 and tho forenoon, nftornoon and evening of February 27. Tills exhibit comes hero without charge but tho schools havo agreed to spend tho proceeds for pic turcs from this firnu Ton cents nd mission will bo charged, Tho ownoro estimate tho value of tho pictures at between $3,000 and $1,000. They rep resent the masterpieces of painting from the finest art gnlloriei nf tho world. Tho exhibit will bo iu.the High School auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. A. DoFord, who have been in Ottumwa, Iowa, for several months, returned to town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weingand, of Om aha, arc the guests of relatives and friends in town, having arrived Satur day night. Mogul Coffee is tho best. Ask yoru Grocer. A Wyoming division official is quoted as snying that there are a less number ot Kile cars ana engines on tnc division than at this time last year. Tho dry farming congress convoncd in Cheyenne yesterday in the midst of the most terrific snow storm that city has experienced in yenrs. Tho Wednesday Musicalo will render Mendelssohn program at tho homo of Mrs. W. V. Hoagland tomorrow after noon at three o'clock. Use Rcxall Cherry Juice Cough Syrup. McDoncll & Graves Mrs. L. F. Ilealy and Mrs. John Murray pleasantly entertained about thirty ludics at a kensington at the homo of tho former Saturday after noon. 't'l, 1n!.tt.. ...III 1TJTUIIIIIIK li'K'oiubui U Will UjJJJlU- priato ten thousand dollars to purchase a.uj V 1 h . . II .J .IhJUUUHU Hilt ...V- starving in tho Jackson IIolo country 11... I .. iii uiui Bimu. Drink Mogul Coffoo. Miss Berta Hoy, of Garfield, accom panied by hor friend Miss Hazol Ncu, of Omaha, arrived in town Friday eve ning and remained until Sunday after noon. Thoro is a rumor current in town that II . L. Anderson has sent in his resignation as superintendent of the Wyoming division to take effect March 1st. Thero seems to bo an authentic coloring to tho report. urnu si uoouman nave routers lor a fow 3 to 5 room houses The Masonic anniversary colobrntion that was to havo been held last night was postponed until this evening, this chnngo being mndo necessary by tho storm. Arrangement have been made for an interesting program, at tho close of which refreshments will bo served. 8 per cent money to loan on improved proporty or to help you buy or build. B n att & Goodman. uev. u. i. unupman lias just com pleted n. walnut nltar for tho chapel at tho Church of Our Saviour Miatin point of workmanship, both in tho finish and carving, is as fino ns ono would wish to see. Mr. Chapman is an adept in fino woodwork, having mado a study of it in his earlier years. Mogul Coffee in tho morning makes you feel good nil day. Nows has reached this city of the coatli of N. C. Myors, of Beatrice, who for ton or twolvo years lived in tho south part of tho county where ho owned a largo tract ot land. Ilo was married to Fannio Bostwick, a sister of Mr. I. B. Bostwick, and is survived by tho wlfo and throo children. The Social Dancing Club dancing party will be held at the skating rink this evening instead of at Masonic hall Thy high-five party givon last oven ing by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Healey proved a most enioyablo function, nnd that each guest anticipated that sue would bo truo was ovidonccd by tho at tendance of practically all invited, not withstanding that at tho appointed hour tho storm was at its greatest fury Ton tables wore placed inuBo, and mcr rily did tho games progress. Tho fa vors wero won by Miss Dunn (who cut cards to determine u tio with Mrs. Lid doll) Mrs. Joseph Stono, Dr. Geo. B uont nnu minor iimman. A verv on joyablo two-courso lunch was served at eleven. Use Rexall Syrup. W. W. I! i iui is. young girl whoso Cherry Juice Coug McDoncll & Graves. litters t pair oi KiiDDers is one o the best prcventors of doctors bills we know. We have complete line of Children's Women's and Men's Pure Gum Rubbers and Rubber Boots. Overshoes, 20 per cen Discount. SMA.LL Tho Big Shoe Man. 521 Dewey Stree. Let A' Master Metropolitan Tailor Make Your Spring Suit or Overcoat We have just received from The Royal Tailors of Chicago and New York the swellcst selections of beautiful Spring patterns you hve ever feasted your eyes upon a full half a thousand of weaves and colorings representing the greatest cloth looms in the world. You could walk up Fifth avenue, New York and visit every tailor shop on the road, but you wouldn't find a better collection of hand some fabrics than these. For they are the pick of the woolen wvorld, selected by lynx eyed buyers, from all the hand somest cloth designs to be worn this season. It will pay you well to come in and look at these cloth samples even if you decide not to get a suit right away; it will tell you more about the styles and colorings that swagger dressers will wear this season than you could learn in any other way. And don't forget the vital point about Royal Tailoring itself. The 500 cloth samples you see, represent the one line of samples that stand for ALL PURE WOOL All Pure Wool and nothing else. We will pay a dol lar a thread for any cotton you will find in a Royal Spring and and Summer '09 fabric. And we dare any tailor in this town to make an offer like that. It Holds It's Shape WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE, Dealers in ROYAL ALL PURE WOOL TAILORING. It Keeps It's Style Felt Slippers and Warm Shoes 20 per cent Discount Women's $2.00 Felt Shoes .... $1.00 Women's 1.05 Felt Shoes.... 1.32 Women's 1.50 Felt Shoes.... 1.20 Women's 1.50 FurTrim Romeo 1.20 Women's 1.25 Felt IIouso Slippers 1.00 Women's .60 Felt Sole Slippers .4 M Uses' .05 Red Felt Slippers,. .52 Child's .55 Red Felt Slippers.. .44 Mon'o .90 Folt Solo Slippers... .72 Mon'H 3.50 High Top Folt Shoes leather foxed and soles.... 2.00 Graham & Co. People Turned Away Again Tho services at tho Baptist church was attended by a largo aukienco again last Sunday. With all the extra chairs in ubo people wero turned away from tho evening service. Rev. C. J. Pope, superintendent of stato missions spoke at both services. In tho morning he told tho story of state missions nnd spoke in very high terms of tho appre ciation of the advance work of tho First Bapsist Church of North Platte. At night ho preached a simple but strong nnd effective sormon on "The Christian's Firm Foundation". He om phasized several facts that show this foundation to bo firm, among these are (1) tho fact of God, (2) the Biblo. (3) personal experience, 14) peace anu sat isfaction in the soul, and (5) the ans wer to tho question if a man dio shall he live again? Deep interest prevailed and threo persons were baptised at the close. Cane Granulated Sugar 18 pounds $1.00 Tulip Patent Flour per sack. .$1 1 1 Will Hold Exchange. The Episcopal guild will hold an ex change next Saturday at the Howe & Malonoy storo nnd will havo on Bale all kinds of bakery goods. Tho public is invited to call nnd make purchases for their Sunday needs. Tho last number of tho lecturo course will bo given in tho Keith theatro next Monday evening, March 1. Tho attrac tion is tho Hruby Bros. Concort Com pany. Reserved seats 50 cents. On sale Saturday morning. Messrs. Day, Friend nnd Broekor ran into a flock of geoso Sunday and by each firing simultaneously succeeded in gutting a big follow. Both geoso and ducks nre beginning to como in nnd hunters antlclpato fine sport during tho noxt fow weeks. Drink Mogul Coffee. Tho now postofflco bill appropriates 232 millions, whereas tho appropria tion twelvo yenrs ago was less than ninety millions. It is plain that tho pcoplo of this country nro rapidly ac quiring tho lettor habit and tho sou venir postal enrd craze. Evory dwelling on our rentr.l list is rented nnd wo havo demnnd for more. List your rental property with us and secure tenants at onco. Buchanan & Patterson. Daro Dovil Daniel, tho oxport Bkator, did not givo nn exhibition last night by reason of lack of a crowd, and on ac count of 11 dance will not appear to night. Tomorrow ovening nnd tho re maining ovoninga of tho weok ho will givo his unparalleled exhibitions. Buttor quality for the aamo money is the motto in tho gentlemen's furnishing department at tho Wilcox Department Store. Weok day services will be held at tho Episcopal church during Lent as fol lows: Monday, Children's servico 4:45 p. m.; Tuesday evening, genornl biblo class, (chapel) 8 p. 111.; Wednesday, ovoning prayor and address, 8 p. m.; Thursday, Guild devotional servico, 1:15 p. m; Friday, Men's service, 8:00 p. m. . For Rent. A good rooming houso closo in. 2 store rooms east of Harrington & Tobln's old grocery storo. 80 ncros improved farm 3 miles west of city. 180 acres improved farm 7 miles west of city. Hay and alfalfa lands. See Br att & Goodman. For Sale Two Angus Bulls, ono 2-yenr old, pure bred but not registered; ono 4-year old, eligible to registry. Price $75.00 each. EXPEItIM ENTAL SUIISTATION, W. P. Snyder, Supt. For Sale. Belgian stallion, 21 months old, 1400 pounds; blocky order. Pronounced "A Wonder". Must bo seon to bo ap preciated. Inquire of or nddress W. T. Miller, Walnut Farm, Hershey, Neb. Spring Suit 1909 Gothenburg Patent Flour per sack Gothenburg O. K. Flour per sack. 3-lb pa'l Swift's Silver Leaf lard.. G-lb pail Swift's Silver Leaf lard.. 5-Ib pail Swift's Premium lard.... Perrie Viaus Maple Syrup per gal. Corn Syrup 10-lb pail Lewis Lye per box Diamond C Soap, 8 bars ... Pearl White Soap, 7 bars Gold Dust, 41b pkg Paddlo Bluing 10c size Paddle Bluing 5c size Kingsfor'ls Silver Gloss Starch per pkg Kingsfords Corn Starch per pkg.. Best Gloss Starch per pkg Best Corn Starch per pkg Snpolio per pkg 9c, 3 for Ammonia per bottlo Seeded Raisins 12-oz pkg Currants 12-oz pkg Bulk Raisins, large,per lb Cocoanut, the best, J-lb pkg Cox's Gelatine 13c, 2 pkgs Knox Gelatine 13c, 2 pkgs Roynl Baking Powder 1-lb can .... Dr. Price's Baking Powder 1-lb can 10-oz can K. C. Baking Powder. . . . 35 35 .30 .40 .05 .70 L.25 .40 .08 .25 .25 .22 .07 .01 .08 .08 .05 .05 .25 .09 .08 .10 .08 .15 .25 .25 .45 .45 .08 15-ozcanK. C. Baking Powder 13 25-oz K. C. Baking Powder 20 5-lb can K C Baking Powder - .80 Pumpkin, per doz $1.10, per can.. .10 Hominy, por doz $1.10, per can... .10 Krnut, per doz $1.10, per can 10 Sliced peaches (in heavy syrup) per can 20 Standard Corn.por case 1.60 per can 08 Standard Tomatoes, per case 2.25, per can 10 Soaked Peas, per cbbo 1.40,per can .06 Fresh Peas, per doz 1.10, per can.. .10 Cove Oysters large can, 8 oz .15 Covo Oysters small can, 4 oz 08 Sugar Cured Bacon, per lb 15 Salt, best grade, per 100 lb 75 Soda Crackers wooden boxes per pound .06 Oyster crackers wooden boxes per pound 06 Full Cream Cheese per lb 20 Shredded Wheat Biscuits, 13c per pkg, 2 for 25 Grape Nuts, per pkg 13c, 2 for . .. .25 Mothers' Oats, largo size,. per pkg .25 Duke's Mixture tobacco 16-oz pkg .35 Horse Shoo Tobacco per pound 45 Yankee Girl Tobacco 18 oz plug.. .35 Kerosene oil per gallon 15 Cash counts. Buying- groceries or any other kind of goods on time costs you theater interest than any bank in the country would charge you. Then it saves that dispute about your account, If you don't believe it give it a trial. Wilcox Department Store Style No. 2184. Mado from fino wool panama in beau tiful wisteria shade. Hiplctis jacket, trimmed in fino silk embroidered collar with black satin, with heavy ullk tassel onds. Slashed b1oovo3 und hips with black satin diroctoro girdles with tas sols drawn through tlio openings back of jacket, trimmed with fourteen largo black satin buttons. Skirt directoiro Htylo, trimmed with black satin bunds and buttons on tho sides mado with wido wnist band of samo matorial as suit. Sizo 36. PRICE $35.00. Wilcox Department Store Public Sale At the TURPIE RANCH, Four and One-half Miles Southeast of No'rth Platte, on Tuesday, March 2d, 1909, Beginning at Ten O'clock in the Forenoon. HORSES, MULES, COWS and Farm Machinery. Three Brown Geldings, Two years old, weight 1000 lbs. One Span Brown Mules, Weight 2100 pounds. Five Colts, Coming Yearlings. One Brown Gelding, Six years old, weight 1000 lbs. One Bav Work Mare, Twelvo years old. One Iron Grey Gelding, Seven yean, wt. 1050, saddle or work 25 head Short Horn Cows, Full blood but not registered, all safe in calf. 3 Fresh Milk Cows, Calves at foot. Two Registered Short Horn Bulls, age 4 and 6 years, , , . , IIn.V0 Papers with them. 1 Lightning Hay Press 1 wide-tiro Studebnkor Wagon 1 narrow-tiro Wagon 1 six-foot Standard Mower 1 three-section Steel Harrow 1 End-Gate Seeder 1 Beet Seeder 1 Boot Cultivator 1 Corn Planter TERMS Six months time will be given on npproved security at ton cent interest. Fivo per cent discount for cash. "-tumy at ten per Free Lunch at twelve o'clock. COL. T. F. WATTS, Auctioneer. W. H. McDonald, Cjerk. W. H. TURPIE.