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Fire Record. 1 1 "?'M -."- 4 Suitable Gifts POR THE BRIDE! We are just in receipt of a new lot of the , famous Mt. Washington Cut Glass. There is none so brilliant, none so per fect' in cutting and the patterns are all new and exclusive, Mt. Vernon Silver Is one of the prettiest and daintiest pat terns created this season. Let us show you how pretty and reasonable. DIXON, The Jeweler, Union Pacific Watch Inspector. DR. W. F. CROOK, 7t DENTIST, I il firnrlnntn Nnrt.ivpna.nrn TTntvAreifv f m Oflice over McDonald State Bank The Indies of the .Degree of Honor will Hold a social at the home of Mrs. J. N. Baker Tuesday afternoon, April 18th. Everything good to eat nt the Christ ian ladies exchaiiRO at Howe & Mo loney's Saturday, April 15th. L. B. Dick, manaRer of the North Platte lumber company, loft last night for Omaha to transact business the balance of the week. Asst. Sunt. Schermerhorn, of the Nebraska division, had his private car to No. 21 yesterday, and stopped over in town until No. 4. Latest Style Oxfords at Wilcox De partment Store. E. ,H. Genge, of Greeley, former agent at this point, was n passenger on No. 12 Monday night to attend the funeral of the late W. J. Robinson. P. E. Billiard returned yesterday from Omaha where he attended the funeral of W. J. Robinson former agent at South Omaha who died in Los Angeles last week. Wanted A man and wife with small family to work on farm. Address S. S. Reynolds, Maxwell, Neb. Mrs. J. L. Baker, of Omaha, will visit her son R. L.. Baker in this city next week and attend the Elk's dedi catory services. Wanted nt once a girl for general house work. Mus. W. V. Hoagland. W. D. Waldo moved his grading out fit this morning to a point wevt of Northport, where he has secured three miles of grading for the extension of the North Platte-Medicino Bow line. , Wanted A housekeeper by a widower with a family: on a farm. Give refer ences. Address Tribune office. Misses Florenco Iddings and Mnrgnrot Jones and Victor Halligan went to Kearney this morning where they will debate with a team from the Kearney high school. They were accompanied by Supt. Tout. If you want cakes, pies, cookies or home-mude candies get them of the Juniors at Ginn, White & Schatz's Sat urday, April 15. A telegram received this forenoon announced tho death of the child born to Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hilliker at Den ver Tuesday. Tho remains will be brought here tonight and tho funeral held tomorrow. Mrs. W. V. Hoagland roturned tho early part of the week from Lincoln, where sho had been staying during the legislative session. She took electric treatment for hor injured shoulder and was much benefitted. Ladies, Silk Hose 50 cents to $2.00 a pair at Wilcox Department Store. It is generally believed in local rail road circles that Trainmaster White will not return to railroad service in North Platte. He has been visiting in Illinois, and tho rumor that ho will go with the Illinois Central has been re vivd. Dr. J. K. Elms the eye specialist will fit t glosses, furnish medicines, do his surgical work and treat nil forms of chronic disease for one half of former prices on Saturdays, Sundays and Mon days only. Office, over Star Clothing House. For Salo-Sottings of thorougbred Barred Plymouth Rock Chickens. Fifty cents a setting or $3.00 per 100. Albert Haspel, Route No. 1, North Platte. Charley Fredricey, for years employed at the Vienna Cafo resigned and pur chased the Meyer dray outfit Tuesday, the next day he started out to run the wagon in the midst of the windstorm. Thursday ho re-entered the employe of the Vienna, turning the dray over to his father-in-law one day wa3 enough for Charley. Wanted Several First Class Sales men to sell groceries and supplies to farmers, ranchers and large consumers. New money making proposition. F. L, McClure & Co. Sioux City, la, S DR. 0. II. CRESSLER. 2 fimrlimfn lliinlirl a J Office over the McDonald Stato Batik. a aaaeasaaaoaaaaaaaaaaaaaa W. M. Jorgensen moved his family and household goods to Lcwellcn yes terday Where ho Will nrrrri in .firm. m O "O ing. Mr. and Mrs. Edwnr.1 Pnrlr nm uown irom Denver this morning to at tend the funeral ef the Inte Mrs. P.W, sitton. Mr. and Mrs. R. .T. Hiiniinrinn turned Vestonlnv from Hrnnd Tulnnrl where thoy had been inmates of the soldiers' home. D. M. Levnoldt and J. W. Ahhott s . - - were down from Hershev wdnesdv night to attend the minstrels, and later attend tne uik'S club. Ten cars of grading equipment ar rived at Nnrthnnrt Wnrlnoc1 atory to beginning work on tha North r;.. t -. i. . f .1 .. xvivur uruiicn west oi iNortnport. Durincr the nast ihrpn Anna thn (Inr.l decorations at St. Patrick's church has tieen unusually elaborate and beautiful. .1..- . .1 !1 1!... f. ! . . uuc io mo iiuurumy oi inuiviuuai meni' bers of tho church. The recorH.knminr nf thn T. f T M has received a draft for $1000 coverine A 1 If 1 111 -ww mo poucy neiu uy Airs, untie lirown. Payment was made eight days after pruoi oi(ucainwas iurnisnea. The ladies of tho Altar Society of St. Patrink'n . hnrph Vina innf flnlulicl nf ting down new carpets in the chancel uuu arounu me inree altars, wtilch im proves very much the appearance. Dr. J. A. Beattie, of Lincoln, was in town vesterdaif pnnfnrrlnrr t-ttVi Pn Supt. Ebright relative to tho opening ' mo junior normal m June. Dr. Benttte will ncrain bo nrinolnal f thn Services at the ML E. Church. Sundnv school nt flrdR. Th ntA will Itn special music at the session of tho Sun- uuy Hcnuoi anu a collection lor foreign mis SlOtlH. Th RoVinnt linn rtiAtrMA1 nn Easter Souvenir suitable to the day for uucu pupii present. Public worship at 1 :00 a. m. The pastor will preach upon a theme in keeping with tho day. Tho regular collection lor ioreign missions will be luncii t me uiuae ui tne any. EVENINO SEHV1CES. The choir has been for sometime nre. paring an Easter cantata, "The King ui loruci. ine contain consists of spienom choruses, quartettes, duets and solos. Service begins at 8:00 p. m. All who have no other church preference are invited to attend these Easter Day services. Come in the spirit of glad 1?no.AM . 1 Ill J . I uaoici units uuu vim win pnmv rnn ftf- casion because of a Rl6en Savior. The Pastou. CRYSTAL THEATRE To-Night and Saturday. MOVING PICTURES: "The Marked Dollar" "His Bogus Uncle." VAUDEVILLE: Dobes & Borel, in popu lar I songs introducing The Apache Dance. 10 and 15 Cents. The fnllowintr la hn rwrnrvl nt flraa tn . - r ....v ... iiorm z lane xor tno yearcnuing April 1st. r ederhoff loss $1200. Anril 22nr1 Mnnrirn Potirlnx am r " . a U 'I 11 W. nominal loss. Anril 23rd O. W. Sizmni-rf r-aMnnnA IIUIIIII1HI 1088. April 20th-Prairio fire west of 3rd ward. Julr Rth Nnrfh n!rl mnnf mnrlnf nominal loss. Aug. 11th Prairie fire cast of town. Ausr. IRth Nlirtrnr'n nharV Ath watvi loss $25. Sept. 23rd Steam Laundry nominal loss. Oct. 8th Prairie fire west of town. Oct. 20th A. R. Tlmmnrmm ntnnn loss $90. Oct. 25th C. R. Osgood barn loss $200. NOV. Rth Mro. PiltvarH Tnmnn M.I. denco loss $1500. Nov. 24th Newton barber shop loss $75. Dee. MrH Pnmho fl $1450. Jan. 1st Thos. Htaley residence no loss. Jan. 2nd W. IT. TlirnU rnmtAannn nominal loss teb. 14th Robinson nominal loss. Feb. 14th nn. KmtMi hum Ik l I IIVttllllHI loss. Feb. 28th False alarm 4th wnrd. March 1Hth fi n rhnmU.lnln 1 i ZL ViiillMVmiH wl snea loss $4U. March 21at.T. n. V.UInn loss $51. March 2.1m! PVint-Un w-- waaBVu UVIIIIDUII 1 denco loss $324. March 24th Pirn nt Roll Pnrlr - hh a l Ik aswiltt" nal loss. Mar. 25th Commercial Hotel loss $3,866. Anril llth Stnm T.aitmlrv nn lno Alter VOll hnvn lnnUml nvsr tMa Vol ui ure.8 uon c you minit tne tiro boys are ontitlcd to your patronage at the Easter danco Mendnv ovnlnrr Anrlt 17th. Dance ticket $1.00. KespectruIIy, Charles Sandall, Chiof Special Offer of Block 10 of River- dale Addition. Block 10 of Riverdale Addition is situated jutt nine blocks east of the First National Bank on Sixth street. It contains twelve residence lots and is eatirely surrounded by graded streets. It has a sewer for every lot and a five foot cement sidewalk across the south side and water mains reach to the block. The separate price of the lots of the block makes the entire cost $3200. During the month of April only the Trustee's offers it for sale for $2000. Five per cent dii- count for cash or payments tnav be ar ranged to suit purchaser. For sale by Wm. E. Shuman. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dolson returned yesterday from n visit in Omaha. Alfalfa Seed. Twice reckoned and Gev't UaUL QO not" Pnlf rrn.MtHnMn CM 1 1 ' V 1 Louis Macey, 5 miles East of North Plntrn nt r.nnn.tf PrcsbvteriaB Chirck. Easter service, Presbyterian church, North Platto, Neb., April 16, 1011, nt w. ill. Mre. Ckmt. Lmiir Director. ir5. c. a. jary urRanlat. pnnnnmt Oriran Proliul "Plirlat U mBn, Ashforil. Hvmn 1!JU Pnnrrrnirntltin atoiirt nml juiu in singinK. Scripture Lesson Rov. Goo. F. ii uiiHins. Prnvr. Tennr Rnln 'Trnm Pantnta rkrl.f II.. r J I i, r- ii r. i.. t- y-v iu riauur, ijuuwy uuck: ur. u, n. wivoaiai. lunuwcu iij missionary uiiant v.! in inn cnuruu. LasterChoru8-from Cantata "Christ tllO Victor " illint anln nnrl full Mnln Onnrtntto "Thronr l, viuies oi roan," by Hughes: Messrs. jiuwcra, voiut, lciningor and ur. Kerr. sonrnnn Snln-."An Tt 1 nrron tn Dawn," by Hnrker; Miss Elizaboth uuiuiiiger. LadlnR Trln "Ttnll tkn Ptaon T (n - - . " V IUWII aVWlla bV Gaul! Mrs. Rrhillor. Minn Snrommn j t '. T', na nirs.-Lieiiungor. Olinrtl.ttn'Tinllnn lln V - uw.uu.. ..... HIV.UVU 111' '"K, oy onepneru; Mrs. icininRor, Mrs. Leinhuilirh. Mr. Hiinhnunn unrl nn.l t T -!"-' iiu mi. uviiuiit;cr. ooprnno aojo "i know that my Redeemer Liveth' from "Messiah' uy Jianuci; Mrs. Kdgar Schiller. Lmlinft' Olinrtnttf. 'IT llvna Arrnln by Parks; Mrs. Zentmeyer, Mrs. Lein- I. U fl ff r. lt ' a a uui!n mrs. .owcii, ami airs, i-eininaer. Oirn.l-tnrv'Mlnrl" li I A W Full Chorua-"SinKAllefujah Forth,'' oy uiiuiey liuck. Benediction by Pastor. Olrrmi Pnutlnrln Music for Knntnr mnrntner anruliM at .t. .- -.". . r . n ...-v. ... me rresoyienan cnurcn. Ormin Prelndn ''Ffstnt Mntvh" Kr mi7 OiTirti-ir f!alnr ht P)n.r Fill) rhnrn'TInllntm'nVi Pliriot I. n . II I. I ' . m . rii .en, irom AicsBiiin. arranged irom nanoers iiaiieiujnii unoruB. For Sale. Scaled bids will be" received at mv office in this city for the nurchasc of the modern home and one and one-half lots at 412 West Fourth street in this city until noon, April 30, 1911. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check, payable to my Order, for ten per cent of the amount bid to show goad faith. The said checks will be re turned to the bidder in event bid is re jected. A rare chance to secure a nice home. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. JOHN BRATT. EASTER The'man that fafls"to buy any Spring Outfitting- until after Easter will' rob himself of a lot of pleasure. y No man will want to appear on Easter Sunday in the dulled and dingy clothes he has worn through the winter. Don't do it. The time is ripe to buy. If you wish to enjoy the spirit of Easter and appear at your best, we're at your service. SUITS $15. $18, $20, $25 Handsome outflttings for boys of all ngs. Don't overlook tho Boy's Easter Outfit. The correct Spring Hats and Shoes and the choice things in Ties, Gloves and other Toggery. j. b. Mcdonald, THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. CONTRACTORS' Wanted. nila -0 AAA .i.t.IM f ..- I -ut) uii uvtuuvf vuuiv jru-ua ui cut ill I worK ou t ot uroKcn uow west to Arnold. Gandy and Tryon on the new proposed railroad. Grading to actually begin in next ninety davs. Call and seo or write Btating where your outfits are at present ana size, to Nebraska Central & Western Ry., Broken Bow or Arnold Neb, From Now Until Easter the demand for spring clothing will be great. You should shop early this week, before the best has been sold. Our first showing has been nearly cleaned up and another shipment arrived today, comprising all the newest patterns and made up in the inimitable style shown only at this store. The "Princeton Blues", the only "True Blue" shown in town. Regular cuts in almost every con" ceivable staple, in cassimere worsted and pure wool. A complete line of stouts, for stout men, and slim cuts for tall, spare men. Then there is a young man's suit, with the long roll lapel, and the shoulder, the full flared skirt, one, two and three button, with the full peg "Shape-Maker" Trousers. They must be seen to be appreciated. Having all the extras which go to make the heart of youth and young manhood throb. We have your style, your pattern, your size, and at your price. Drop in and look before you buy. Remember, also, that here, you can get the highest class merchandise, in everything that men wear. Our line is very complete, ' and costs no more thanf an inferior article. If you can't come yourself, send the boy, He can buy at the same price. THE First National Bank, of North Platte, Nebraska. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. Capital and Surplus $140,000. ARTHUR McNAMARA, President. E. F. SEEBERGCR, Vice-President, M. KEITH NEVILLE, Vise-PKfiifriit, F. L. MOONEY, Cashier. Drebert Clothing Co., EVERYTHING FOR MEN. 520 Dewey St. North Platte, Neb. Why? Why will any good thinking man content himself with partially-fitting sto'clc clothes, when he can order at this store a Royal Tailored suit, tailored to his absolute order and body specifications. on a legal guarantee that it must fit in eyery respect or no sale. and at a price, that in most cases, is even lower than the price of stock clothes. Why? Simply because he does not know this wonderful clothes system. Come in and be delightfully enlighted. WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE, authorized North Platte dealers for THE ROYAL TAILORS. , The Imported Pure Bred Percheron Stallion HO RT EN 81 A. No. G4753-.73979. Will make the season of 1911, at the farm of the owner C R Lawrence, four miles northeast of Sutherland, cxcentind'Saturl daya, when he will be at Sutherland. Hortensia Is a purl blS three years old, will be a ton horse when matured, stands squarely on his feet, with the very best of quality from end to end The capsule method of breeding will be used. All patroSs are re quested to call at 4 o'clock, p. m. 1 e re stand CoIt to C. R? LAWRENCE, Sutherland, Nebraska.