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INHERE is' no prettier custom than the wearing
" of a photograph of a clear one concealed within a dainty locket. It serves the two-fold purpose of an artistic article of personal adornment and the photograph is a dear bit of refined sentiment. fl T T TV HP ( ) IV Jeweler and Opliciin KJ XJ X XV J. J Norlh Piaffe, Neb. SCHILLER & CO., Prescription Druggists Kiwi Door North of I'tfut National HnW A bybaby wsb born Sturday night to Mr. and.Mrs. iiatt Walsh. The county commissioners are sched uled te meet In session tomorrow. Engineers Winkowltch and Thompson returned Sunday from their trip to Texas, The Baptist aid society will meet with Mrs. Robinson, 1002sVVest Fourth street Friday afternoon. Urd. E, II. Genge returned to Gree ley, Col., yesterday after r week's Isit with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Halllgan. Harry Walrath, the factotum of the Postal Telegraph Co., left this after noon on an inspection tour of the offices west of here, There will be work in the Order of the Temple at thn Masonic temple this evening. "Mr. Johnson of Cozad will be the candidate. Odds and ends in Winter Undetuear at one-half price. DREBERT Clo. Co. Messrs. McGovern, Boyd and Swope, appraisers of the Small bankrupt shoo stock, completed their work last even ing, The stock will be offered for sale by Trustee Keefe next Saturday. For Sale 500 fence posts at six cnu cacti, rnone u. a. mucins Herskey. ROY ANDERS. Col. T. F. Watts was at the E. W. ranch yesterday conducting a sale for the Hopkfns Brothers. Horses sold as high as '$20760 each. The receipts of the sale were about three thousand dollars. The Travel and Study Club, whlph is composed of a present membership of fourteen, met at the home of Mrs Wilson Tout lastevenlng. "Progress' was the. subject of the session, Miss Watts reading a paper on JEdiaon's works aad Mrs. Brock one oh the dis semination of the sews of the world through tHe.domeatlc and foreign news aMeiet). BoUt papers were very in teresting. Refreshment wore served at the elese ef the program. Public S!e. " At the Union stockyards at North Platte on Saturday, March 18th. at 1:30 there will be soW at public Rale, a lot ef broke horses, good flesh, quality and bone, 3 .years old and upward and wis fthiac from 1100 to 1400 wounds. Al so fifty bead of thrifty shoata weighing i rem ou o ta pounds eacn. T. F, WATT8, Auctioneer. Shoes Quality in every part of the shoe, Quality in the designs, in the leathers, in the work manship, outside, inside, un derheath, Particularly "un derneath, " where the rca value of a shoe becomes apparent, No disguises are used to cover inferiority. Our factories build shoes on their honor, and you reap the ben eht of their service. Wilcox Department Store, I DR. 11. C. BROCK, DENTIST. .1 gov Jvur Hrbt National I'liDno MS 1 Mrs, Saml, Smith returned to Flatten mouth yesterday aftor a two weeks visit with Mrs. Chas. Bogus. Mac Westfall came up from Kearnoy yesterday, where he had bean looking after his picture show interests. Always get the best and cheapest Are insurance. Bratt & Goodman write t. W. C. Patterson is breaking out quite a tract of land on tho Cody ranch hardening up his horses, as it were, before beginning grading contracts on the Union Pacific. G. I. A. Division will havo social meeting after their regular session at K. P. hall on Friday afternoon, at which a ten cent lunch will be served. Members and their friends are invited. Idle Monay--If not earning 7 or 8 per cent semi-annual interest In extra choice first mortgage loans, better call on Bratt & Gocdraan. The bids for county gradln sub mitted by Messrs. Waldo and Tift wore rejected by th county commissioners because the board considered tho prices too high. It is probable that the board will re-advertise for bids. Wanted A rrirl for trenural house work. Inquire of Mrs. Geo. T. Field", wast nun. The remains of the lato W. C. Elder will be taken to tho McPherson national cemetery tomorrow morning for Intor- ment, itbeinghia wish that he be burled there certainly a fitting place for one who so valiantly upheld the honor and flag of his country. Wo have customers for modern eight room house and one aix room house with shade. Both must be close in and priced right. Buatt & Goodman. II. B. Sanderson, living south of Sutherland, is transacting business in town today. He Is making arrangements to build a now home, having lost his former ono by tiro last summer and has since ueen living m a "goduy" Millinery Opening. Thursday and Friday March 0th and 10th. Home of the Gngu Hata. You ate invited. the nun. In Jittttce Stilltvaa's Coart. "Fatty" Jones was arrainged in court yesterday on the charge of dls orderly conduct. He anheared in a non itent mood, tears stoood In his eyes ana nr was sorry. lie was nnea live dollars and costs, but fine suspended penning nia xuiuro goou uenavior. On complaint of Chief Lowell, Alex Crook was arrested for being drunk and using insulting language to a lady. Ho was asked to pay tlio costs, and dolnr so was released, A Greek was arrested Sunday night on comnlaint of Mrs. Louisa Wnlilmn. who said the foreigner had followed her ami acted in a menacing manner toward bur. He will have his lienrine some time today. Greeks have been guilty of meso actions ueiore. noma day the people win oecome disgusted and give the renews a now ef tar and foathero. New evM rem beuse in seutk part of tlte city. Oaly eight blacks oat ea Urge let, 88x150 feet. tyke tret as a laws. SMewalksia. Oaly $3,000, Easy terms. Tenple Real Estate fc Iai. Agency. 1 and 2 McDsmM Heck. CkkkNM Wasted. Chickens wanted at Schriebor's meat market. Will pay nine cents a pound lor ail KiiHM. A Near Fire. Sunday evening as Albert Hospel was returning to his farm west of town after attending church, he saw a firo in, his pasture near thabuildings. Specking hiB horses, ho reached the fire, which was being swept toward the house by a strong wind, and by hnrd work suc ceeded in extinguishing It, Being fur ious to know how tho firo .originated, he went to tho point of its origin and found there a toy balloon, which had been sent adrift horo in town and des cending while lighted, sot flretotho,dry grass. It wa3 n narrow escape, for had Mr. Hnspol nrrived thirty minutes later, his buildings would havo been destroyed and probably tho children ailoop In tho houso would havo been burned to death. The sending up of toy balloons should bo prohibited dur ing dry soasona when tho gross is so easily Ignited. For Sale. Fiv mules, comine four vear old. eight from 950 .to 1100; ten horses, mostly coming 4-year-old, weight from 1100 to 1G00; all brokn. ISXl'BIUMENTAIi SUB-STATION, ' W, P. Snydor, Supt. Do you know that all the minor ail-' mcnts colds are by far the most dan gerous? it is not tho cold itself that you need to fear, but the serious dit- eases that it often leads to. Most of these are known as germ diseases. Pneumonia and consumption are among them. Why not take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and cure your cold while yoU can? For sale by nil donlorg. For RentFarm. GiOncres, 540 cultivated; fnirjmprove ments. Rentnl ono-thlrd. All level, black soil nnd fonccd. Fivo miles north from Big Springs, Nob. How much of this can you farm? Address George Barth, Hustings, Nob. DlT6SSG Picture a small group of very beautiful dresses probably as beautiful and practical and individual as could be brought together by taking just the best from each good maker in the country. Then picture the price as low as you pay for ordinary styles, Would jou be Interested? Exactly that kind of an op portunity is now presented at Wilcox s. And yon are at perfect liberty to come in and look them over without any obligation to purchase. We are always glad to show our goods. Wilcox Department Store, JVidjim $r.JlNGr,o - Scene, and soirrg oy tje show ojzcsjn "The Queen of the Moulin Rouge" at 'the Keith Monday, March 13th, Millinery Opening. ' Thursday and Friday, March 9th and 10th. Tho niftiest patterns over shown In the city. Wo will let you judgo. Tun Hun. The Lutheran aid society will meet in tins-parish house Friday afternoon at three o'clock. Tho Presbyterian, aid society will moot Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Isaac DeatB, 600 east Third street. The dimo banks will be handed in at this meeting. Weather forecast; Fair tonight nnd Wednesday, moderate temperature, maximum temperature yesterday 61, ono year ago 59; minimum temperature this morninc 34. nyear ngo 26. Legal Notice. All persons nre hereby warned not to trespass on that tract of land in sec tion 28, formerly n part of tho Isaac Dillon property part lying west of tho county road nnd extending from tho North Platte River to corporation line of the city of North Platto. Tres- nassors will bo linblo to prosecution. Norh Platto, March 6th. W. W. BmoE, Agent ' For Rent. Houses, ono furnished with bath, cellar, etc, unfurnished rooms, Safo Doposit Boxes and Storage room. BnATT & Goodman For Sale. A number of second-hand Buggies and Spring Wagons, nicely painted and striped. Prices right. See J. H. VanCleave. Public Sale. J. C. Wilson will sell at public auction at his farm six miles northwest of North Platto on Friday, March 10th, 1911, beginning at ten o'clock a. m., thirteen head of borscs, six head of muloBj 108 hoad of cattle, forty-two head of hogs and a lot farm machinery. On tho samo date ho will sell at privato sale, to any ono who may wish to buy, " MIHVIV I VIWKWIUMU VMS UUlla krll U U lUillUll colts and twenty-seven head of fat cattle. lor rurther particulars of saw see bills. r Situation Wanted. A man experienced ia farming and corn, hog and cnttlo growing would like to tako chargo of fnrm on salary or sharo. Has family of three boys and four girls, boys aged 18, 12 and 8. Wages reasonable. Good reference. Address P. D. Reynolds, Moorefield, Neb. Has Millions of Friends. How would you like to number your friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica Salve docs? Its astounding cures in tha past forty years made them. It Is the best Salve in the world for sores, ulcere, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts, corns, sore eyes., sprains, swelling, bruises. cold sores. Has no equal for piles. 26c DR. A, A. WARD, Ofllcoi Hotel TlmmermRn Special attention given diseases of women and emergency surgery. A SPLENDID INVESTMENT. There has just been placed in our hands' for sale the South half of Sec tion 25, Township 14, Range 31, ad joining the Watts farm on the North and the Cody Ranch on the West, and only two miles from North Platte. All nice smooth valley farm land of good quality. We arc offering this at $50.00 per acre in eighty acre tracts and will make a discount where purchaser takes the whole tract. No better invest ment can be found in Lincoln county BUCHANAN & PATTERSON, Sole Agents When you havo rheumatism in your foot or instep apply Chamberlain's Liniment and yu will get quick relief. It costs but a quarter. Why suffer? For sale .by nil dealers. Change Proposed Road No. 334. The commissioner appointed to view the change in proposed rond No. 334. Commencing at station No. 12 on proposed road No, 334 about 20 rods ease and 10 rods north of the south west corner northeast quarter of north west quarter of section 30, township 14, rango 33 and running thence southeast to the quarter section corner between northeast quarter nnd southeast quarter of the northwest quarter section 30-14-33 thence east one-half mile on quarter section line of the northeast quarter section 30-14-33 to connect thereat with Second Street in the city of Sutherland, Neb., and to vacate nil that part of proposed road 334 between station number 12 and stntion number 0, has reported in favor of tho change, witb the following exception in the petition the road is to joe north at the northwest corner of tho Gummeryland, jog not to be a square jog, but the center of the road is to be the north west cornor of the Gummery land, from that point the said road is to run east along the north lino of tho Gummery land taking tho entire 66 feet for the public rond from tho Wilson land, and all objections thereto or claims for damage mlist be filed in the office of the county clerk on or before May the 8th, 1911, or such road will be estab lished without reference thereto. m7- F. R. Elliott, County Clerk. PerUl NO. IHKM Notice for I'uliUcntlon-lsoUtcd Tract. Public Land Sale. Department of tlm Interior, U. 8. Lnd OBIce at North Piatt. Neb . L t . . March S. 1011 Notteo I hrebr iflvon that, as llroctod by tlioComralsatoner of tlm lloncral Land Onleo under iirovtslorw of Act of Conuresn an Droved June 27tb.lUUt. (31 Stats.. 517), wo will otTor at public sale, to tho blithest bidder, at ten o'clock a. in., on tho Kth day of May, Ml, at this i onico. tho followlmj-dcscrlbod land: EM of SEK of Poctlon 6. township 15. N., UoniroSO. w. ofdih Principal Meridian. .Any 'twrsons claiming adversely tho abovo described lands aro advised to nio their claims or objections on or boforo tho tlmo designated fortalo. J, E. F.vanr HcgUtor. NOTICE FOU I'UHUOATION. Serial No. 03118. Department of tho Interior, n. 8. Land Otllce at North l'latte. Neb, , , , . . March 8, lull. Notlco la hereby clven that Ocoreo J Lonir ot North l'latte. Neb., who. on April il, im. made homostoad entry No. 2163), sorlal No. oailrt. for southwest quarter, Sec i0. Two. 11 N. . so, W of thoBth'l'rlnclpalJlerldlanhas filed notice of Intention to make final live year proof, to establish claim to thu land above described, before tho Koelster and He- uaWwaWlf Utl NobrM"' V tl, Claimant ' names as witnesses Qeorcu Kopf. Ocorse l'Mtonwi. Chris Schick and Kred lmants. all of North l'latte. Neb. " v J CYAKS. ucKistor. NATURE'S v BEAUTIES will 'soon be but a memory. Hns your stay in the country benpfHted you in health and spirits? Than now is tho time to have some PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN Come to this studio and get portraits that will do you full jus tice at the period when you should bo looking your best. G.W.ANDERSON successor to E. O. Halvcrstedt. For SsiIg Pure bred young Berkshire Boars can be registered. Inquire at Hershey's Hard ware Store, corner Fifth and Locust streets, North Platte, Nebraska, Phone No. 15. F. J. BROEKER. Merchant Tailor. We have recently installed a French Dry Cleaner for Men's and Ladies' apparel of all classess, and we guarantee satisfactory work. We are also tailors and know how to repair clothes. We carry samples of goods and make clothes of all kinds to order, insuring first-class workmanship and perfect fit. NOTICE FOR BIDS. , ,otif;.?.!8 hereby given' that sealed bids will bo received at the oflico of tho city clerk of North Platte, Nebraska, up to live o'clock p. m., March 2, 1911, for the construction of a lateral sewer in Sewer District "P" in said city ac cording to plans and specifications now on file in the office of the city clerk of said city. Approximate estimate of cost of sewer lateral as per report of city en gineer is $3,309.00. Local labor to be employed as far ns practicable. Certified check on local bank of 2 per cent of nmountof bid will be required to insure entering into contract. batisfactory bond to bo given when contract is signed. Mayor nnd council reserve tho right to reject nny or all bids, , By order of tho city council. tjiiAa, r, templb, City Clerk.