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A woman's hand bag is not only an ornament but some thing that reveals her individuality more than any other thing about her person. So you cannot expect to get the proper thing in such accessories at a store which carries the t 1 t ' i . regular 'StocK nana-oag and pocKet book. it you want leather goods, with individuality and style as well, come in arid look nt qur assortment compare it with others, and you will agree that our assertions like our prices are more than 'modest., . . . . . (JJjiJN l O JN - J-wekr .d Optician. North PItte, Nebrmk. . m mt ijnim . r. f TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS The Mother's Club was pleasantly entertained Wednesday .afternoon by, Mrs. P. II. Garlow. . .0.0. McGce, of Sutherland, the buyor and heller of norms, J js doing buainwa in tovyn today. ' Wo sell copper plate calling cards and wedding Invitations. Dixon, Tho Jeweler. " t'The base ball season will open at Sutherland tomorrow with a game b tweena south aide team and the Suther land Slivers. Tor Rent Three furnished rooms. In quite at GOO Eat Third. Ilal estate men say that the luck ojt activity in tland nalM in largely due t. ,tha dry weather. Plenty moisture watild h'av.e a tendency to UVtn up the demand for1 land. . ). "Mrs. Q. S. Huffman will hkve her millinery opening' Friday and Saturday ofithls week at The Leader. Al G. Field's minstrels are booked at the Keith for the evening of April 12tli. . This is one of the best minstrel organ izations en the road. Following a practice observed in cities, II C. Drock has furnished a room In the new St. Luko's hospital. Two local fraternal societies have signified their intention of doing Ilkwise. Silver Crenm will give your, silver n lasting polish and is in no way injurious to the articles pelished; 25 cents per bottle. Dixon, The Jeweler. Geo.yA. Brophy, fonnerly a piiqcn ger conductor between Omaha and this city, has been appointed assistant superintendent of the XJtah division with headquarters at Ogden. , Don't fail to go to the Keith theatre tonight and hear a good lecture on Christian Science. Mrs, Marr was bought up from Maxwell the early pat t of the week and submitted to as operation, a rathor serlftuti one, at the new St. Luke's hos pital. She is reported doing nicely. Lost or mislaid In North PlatU Sat urday, a pocket book containing nino dollars and a number of papers. Finder return to Dan Carrigan, North Platte. Dick Daker, who is proving a very successful duck hunter, brought ia a nice bag of the fow) Monday morning. Those formed part of a menu at a six o'clock dinner at Uie Garlow homo Monday evening, and following this functlen Mr. Daker was host at a theatre party. The most common case of Insomnia is disorders of the stomach. Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cor rect these disorders and ennblo yu to leep. For sale by all dealers. A New York traveling man, who spent yesterday In town, In conversaUon with this writer sold business condi tions throughout tho- country aro not satisfactory. Trade everywhere is dull, retail merchant are buying sparingly ami .pplltctloas are slow. In tho east business pien do not expect a revival ef trade until after the noxt presiden tial election. Fee Sk. Surrey and saddle both practically Hew. also, brjdle in good condition. Jim Clinton, RMkctta ia Prices All square horse blankets will be sold at a discount of ten per cent, and aU robes at twenty per cent. M. C. Rodger's hmeM shep, Sixth street. DR. H. C. BROCK, DENTIST. Oter Klrt N-tlnna). Phono 1W g Mrs. Osborne, returned to York yes terday after a month's visit with her daughter Mrs. Geo. E. Browen. Girl Wanted-Apply at Steam Laundry. Dr. 0. II. Cressler has returned from Omaha, whore ho accompanied his wife last week for medical treatment. For Sale-Alfalfahny. Phono Fremont vr mis, i'j dim. Noal Vollrr.er, at one time a North Platte resident but of late years on the road for an eastern house, Is in town to day. Wanted A nice girl. Inquire of Mrs. F. H. Garlow at Cody Ranch. Prof. D'etae!), 'stat inspector of high schools, visited the local high school yesterday, going from here to Suth erland lhe Li Vogue Suits and Coats in all the new models and fabrics at the Hub Clothing Dept. W. T. Wilcox returned Wednesday from his trip to Excelsibr Springs. Mrs, Wilcox will remain there a couple of weeks longer. For Sale Sweet Onnm nnri MIIV Whipping Cream a specialty. Phone D Loi Angoles trains No, 7 and 8, which had been off for ten days on' account of a washout, wero again placed in servico yesterday. Mrs. G. S. Huffman will have her mill nery opening Friday and Saturday of this weok at Tho Leader. W. H. Turpic has traded 160 acra3 south of town to Roy T. Stevens for a house In the Banks' addition and a house fn Auburn, Neb. E. F. Seebergor in able to be down town, but not yet in shape to resume his desk in the First National bank. Ills friends are glad to sea him out. xnree salvation Army people, twp men and a woman, have been in town for several days holding meetings and sonciuag funds for extension work. Lot us show you our new Daisy cut ting In cut glass. Nothing liko It. Dixon, The Jeweler. Mrs. Voorhees Lucas will entertain about thirty thle evening In favor of Kiwi H X? r r i - t - - wjujoii ui uiuuiiu, who nas been pending Uils week In town. H. W. Hermlnghausen will be a can didate for re-election ds couacllmun from the Fourth ward, having filed his potiUon with the city clerk yesterday. New novelties In spring jewelry are ariving dally. Have you seen our new collar pin?? Dixon, Tho Jeweler. Will Spurrier and A. J. Salisbury re turned yestordny from Hamilton, Mont. While there Mr. Spurrier purchasod' a tract of land located there of Mr. Sails bury, Weather forecast: Generally fair tonight and Saturday, Maximum temp ernturo yesterday CO, a year ago 82; minimum temperature this morning 32, a year ago 32, 1 Ladies' Dresses in silk and wash ma terials. Come and tako a look at them. They will please you. Hub Clothing Dept. Abe Armstrong, formerly of this city, writes that he will soon be able to leave the hospital in Portland, where he has beea confined since September 13th last with a broken hip. m , Alfalfa Seed. Twice r&c.eanni-. ami f!nvtt .! ftn per cent germinable. $11 per bushel. Lous Macev. 5 in I 1m Rut nr timi. Platte, at Gannett. The eighteen months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bretzer la very sick with pneumonia. The ladies aid society of the Baptist church will hold an exchange and npron salo ut Howe & Maloney 'e on April 26th. Orange shipments over the Union Pacific have now begun, the first train having left California this week. Dur ing the cold weather the orange ship ments wero made over, tho southern route. Members of the Coterio Club wero entertained at a kengsinglon yesterday afternoon at tho home of Will Baskins. In view of tho eariy departure 6f Mrs. Buskins from the city, she was pre sented with a gold pin, a fitting re membrance of her membership in the club. Refreshments were served. For Sale. My house at 209 south Mnplo St. and 7J lots on west Sixth St. Buy of owner and save agents commission. Thos. Okton. Tho Klylnfo Dutchman. Tin' Flying Oiitchnmn vn n itulj tvhlrli wax sometimes vInIMp from vn roi(H point- or "Inh'd. but more parti" tilnrly front ilu C'npi of Good IIoj In very stormy weather. Tin ntor.t run that licr cnptnlit mice nwore hc fearful nn mtb tluit us n punishment for lil l)liifplntny lie wan condemned to bent about the oceans until the day of Judgment. The Flying Dutchman was never known to get into port and wns generally soon nailing under full cnnviiH before a Rtrong wind.' The myth la generally Understood to have had Its origin In tho waterspout, which In the dlntanco rcBcrables n sajling vessel. Very Fortunate. Olio evening just after dinner a young husband of Indlunnpolls was, hi ilcc6rdancCf' with tils custom, giving bis better half the gist of the nows when suddenly ho laid down tho paper with this exclamation: "By George! Hero's an account tell ing how during tho recent storm off tho New Englnnd coast a ship loaded with passengers went ushorc. Why, that vessel belonged to my uuclo Tom In Portland!" "How fortunatol" returned tho'young wife, "And Just think how glad thoso passengers were to get to dry land'" Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. The Poor Milkman. y A family living lu nn eastern city found a good deal of cream on a bot tlo of milk which had been standlug ovemlghr. and whbn tho driver palled In the morning the pleased servant bold It up to tho light and said, "Look here. I have never seen nnythltig lko this before on your. milk." 1 The man looked at It for a mouieiit, scratched his head and replied. "Well, I dou't know what'n tho mntter, dmt you can throw It out, and I'll give you a fresh bottle In Its place." Rebuked. Hlgglim -How Ih It you are ulways Idling about I nover see you when you ha vi anything to do. Wlgglna The fact Is it takes so much of my tlmo looklug after other folks' business 1 hnvo notio lefi for looking after my own. Don't you llnd something liko the Bnme troublt1 yourrielf7 Itostou Transcript. If you have trouble in aeUine rid of your cold you mav know tjiat you are noi treating it properly. There is- no reason why a cold should hang on for weeks and it will not if you take Cham oeriain-s uougn Kcmedy. l'or sale by hii ueaiera, CRYSTAL, THEATRE To-Night And Saturday. MOVING PICTURES: "The Fugitive." ) 'That Popular Tune." VAUDEVILLE: Weasellman & Wood in "Hyram Green, the County Druggist." 10 and 15 Cents. Spring suits D OESN'T the "hew; ap peal to you yet. or do you think., it too eariy? You'd b0 surprised to know, hov man V : men have already 'fceledtcd their Spring- Styles. v . 3 You are at perfect liberty to look, you know, and-'weieel sure that yoti vill buy Miere when you are ready, if yoU are "ClotiinT-wise"; ' , The Spring models show Coats a trifle shorter and more form fitting, in two or three button styled. Lapels graceful and liberal. Trousers of just the right proportion to fit well and to hang well 5 A choice variety of handsome new fabrics in new shades of Gray, Browns, Olive and Blue mixtures. . Ederheimer-Stein Young Men's Clothes PRICED AT $15, $18, $20, $22.50, $25 , You have seen these Suit prices quoted many times before, no doubt, but you have never seen such splendid Suits offered at these prices. J. McDonald, THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. 315-Acre Stock Farm for Rent. One of the best enuinned small fnrrnn in the" volley; fenced Into five fields; 30 acres to farm, 40 acres alfalfa, 70 acres wild hay, balance in four pastures; 2J miles west and 1 mile north of North Platte on rural route and telephone line. $750.00 per year, $400 down, bal ance on terms; 3 to 5 year lease; or will rent to responsible party for one half. party to furnish one-holf the equip ment and one-half tho stock. Enouiro on piacc or pnone A44D. Do you know that all the minor all ments colds are by far tho most dan- gerous7 It is not tho Cold itself that you need to fear, but the serious dis eases that it. of tea, leads to. Most of these are known as germ diseases. Pneumonia and consumption are among mem. wny not iane unnniDeriain's Cough Remedy and euro your cold while you cane jj or salo by all dealers. The Best Display of Women's Coats. New Rugs. Having1 just received an other large shipment of Rugs, we wish to call your attention to the bright new patterns and exceptionally low prices we quote. It is no trouble for us to show you our complete line of rugs, as we have them all hung on a rack where you can look them over your selves. Do not hesitate to comein and look. jWilcox Department Store. THE First National Bank, of North Platte, Nebraska. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. Capital and Surplus "$140,000. ARTHUR McNAMARA, Presided. E. f . SCEDERGCR, Vice-President, M. KEITH NEVILLE, Vice-Presidenl; F. L. M00NEY, Cashier. A Modern Institution For the treatment of medical and surgical cases. Open to the medical profession. Special accommodation for confinement cases Training school for nurses in connection. Address all communi cations to the superintendent Phone 642 Cor. Eighth and Locust The general comment made on our display of women's spring coats is that in every way it eclipses any showing ever made in this depart ment. The variety is so great and the range of prices so comprehensive that we can satisfy any taste or any purse. Wilcox Department Store. R. E. LOUDON AUCTIONEER Twenty years experience means good results for those who have my services. Phone or address me at North Platte, T. F. WATTS , AUCTIONEER. "Up to his old tricks." Crying more sales and getting better prices than ever before. Advise with me before claiming your dates. My terms are in keeping with my work. Legal Notice, All persons nro hereby warned not to trespass on that tract of land In sec tion 28, formerly a part of the Isaac Dillon property part lying west of tho county road and extendinc from the. North Platte River to corporation line 1 of the city of North Platte. Tres- passers will be liable to prosecution, i worm riatto, oiarcn tun. W. W. Biugb, Agent. CONTRACTORS t Wanted. Bids on 600,000, cubic yards of earth work out of Broken Bow west to Arnold, Gandy and Tryon on tho new proposed railroad. Grading to nctunlly begin In next ninety days. Call and see or write stating where youroutfits are at present and size, to Nebraska Central & Westorn Ry., Broken Bow or Arnold Neb. John W. Sicklesmith, Greensboro, Pa., has three children, and like most children they frequently take cold. "We have tried Severn 1 kinds nf rnuirh mvi. Iclne," he says, ''bu have never found any yet that did them as much good as Chamberlain'n Hontrh HmH Re sale by all dealers. DEAUTY Is as much a' mat ter of expression as regularity of features. most perfectly formed face with out expression ia less attrac tive than a plainer one lit up . ' wan nro and ani- mn r inn PHnmnDviDuc to be attractive should bo lifellk" and animated. We mnka them so, by' our skill in posing nnd putting sitters at their ease. G.W.ANDERSON successor to B.O.'HaWersifed.