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emt'Weeltljr Swtat TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, "NEB., APRIL 9, 191: No. 21 Wat JpHft fVQT)SV ,'ftb wVo-Sgw JS&WSZf& Smooth jSijranty&fts "YbijrjR. money is Secure: IN OUR'DANI A ban leer in Ohio Is responsible for the statement, that if all the money talcen out of his community by smooth strangers and "Gct-IZlch-Quiclc" sclnomos had remained at home, it 'xy.ou.ld pilcc every road in the county m "Why do you not put your money safely in your home banlc, where it will help you and everybody else in your community, and whore you can got it when you want it. Uo YOUR banking with US. The First National Bank, OP XORTH PLATTE, A'JSJSISASCA. Tiie Lurrre&t Unnlc in Western 2VeZivisc. wn ntiwkktMttf tf Ffrf tJOw MrpMMMM k I TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS urfW wfejM rr m m m J. F. Clabaugh returned Sunday night irom Chicago where ho transacted -business. Rev. George F. Williams addressed .the special Easter meeting of the "Y." M. C. A. Sunday afternoon. C. P. Howard, who has been ill for some time went to Omaha for treat ment the lat of the week. The Philathea club will meet in the parlors of the Presbyterian church on Friday evening of this week. Tim Keliher, daughter Edwina and -son Marcel went to Cheyenne Sunday to visit relatives for a few days. Mrs. Geo. Kanouff, of Grand Island, -who has been the guest of her mother Mrs. Nichols, returned home today. A fine assortment of fancy silk waists, tailored waists and plain serviceable shirts. E. T. Tramp. C. T. Whelan concluded life was too .slow without an automobile, so invested in a 1912 model Buick yesterday after noon. Miss Hazel Minshall returned to the Kearney Normal last night, having spent her Easter holidays with the home folks. Edward Stark and Edith Morrison, both of Sidney, .were united in marriage on Easter morning by Rev. Geo. F. Williams at the manse. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dolson have sent out cards reading "The latch string will be on the outside for you Tuesday evening, April 9th, at eight o'clock," Own"! desiring to sell moderate priced cottages can find purchasers by listing their property with Buchanan & Patterson. Mrs. Isaac Dillion and Mrs. L. W. Wnker and little daughter left "this morning for Ravenna to attend the Dillion-McCready wedding which occurs tomorrow evening. Rev. Fr. McDaid went to Gandv last night to conduct the funeral of Mrs. John Brosjus who died at her home near that village Sunday morning. The deceased was well known in northern Lincoln and Logan county, and highly esteemed by all. Shoes Cash Believing that advertisement is the sure road leading to a successful business, call at The Hub Shoe Department, and investi gate our "Cash Prize Offer" to be given away every month. The Hub Shoe Department J W. J. Landgraf was taken ill last evening. Charles Lierk was an Easter visitor in Mpxwell. Charles Stamp spent yasterday in Maxwell on business. Lon Graves came down from Denver this morning to .transact business. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Brown, of North port, are visiting relatives in town this week. Mr. and Mrs, T. T. Marcott, of Brady, oame up today to visit their daughter Miss Nora. Mrs. H. H. Fitch, of Cleveland, who had been visiting hei parents Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, left today for Farnam. D. Boggs and Wesley Rice, of Lew ellen, who have been visiting in town, left for eastern points this rnorning. The Rebekah ladies will serve a 12 o'clock dinner at the K. P. hall Tues day to which the public is invited. E. W. Mann went to Omaha last evening to attend a meeting of the agents of the New York Life Insur ance Co. English serge, a cotton suiting with all the appearances of the wool serge, cream color with the black pekin stripe, only 15 cents per yd. E. T. Tramp. The Lutheran Brotherhood was post poned for one week and will meet with Prof. Wm. Ebright, 102 So. Locust St., next Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Stitzinger, of New Castle, Pa., visited the McMicheal family the first of the week while en route home from the coast. BRATT & GOODMAN writes the best and cheapest fire, lightning and hail insurance; loan money on real estate; care for property; collect rents; store goods and merchan dise; rent safe deposit boxes. See them. DJTRONIZE THEnirr In I House of Good Shows lH I When in North Plafie. Motion Pictures. Runs Every Night. Matinee Saturday After noon at 2:30 O'clock. 10 CENTS. HHHHHHnHnHH Prize, Shoes Local and Personal. Mrs. George Trexler -pleasantly en tertained the Coterie club on Saturday afternoon at a kensington. Delicate refreshments were served. All persons having donations for the Episcopal supper Thursday will please leave the same with Mrs. Geo. Finn or Mrs. W. II. C. Woodhurst. Step into our dry goods department and secure one of our Pictorial Review fashion sheet. Free. E. T. TRAMP. Misses Josie Q'Htirc nnd Gertrudo Walker loft this morning for Gandy to attend the funeral of the late Mrs. B rosins. W. B. Howard, of Omaha, candidate for the republican nomination for State Auditor, left Sunday after visiting his brother C. P. Howard for several days. Sterling muslin underwear. All grades. Best prices. E. T. Tramp. Miss Gertrude Dill, formerly of this city but late of Chicago, was taken ill last week with appendicitis. An oper ation was performed Friday and at last reports she was resting nicely. Found Sunday morning near the Streitz residence a lady's kid glove. Owner call at this office, pay for this notice and receive glove. The officers of the B. P. 0. Elks, who were elected in March were in stalled last evening, and following this ceremony a lunch was served in the dining hall. Albert Schatz displayed two hundred and ten chicks in the Ginn, White & Schatz window Saturday. They were hatched from an incubator setting of two hundred and seventy eggs. Pictorial Review pattterns for sale. E. T. Tramp. The Club Nevita will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. W. P. Snyder at the experimental farm and all members are expected to meet at the residence of Mrs. Geo. Schatz at one thirty. Weather forecast: Fair tonight and Wednesday, small temperature changes.. Maximum temperature yesterday 70; ono year ago 61. Minimum temperm ture this morning 27; one year ago 35. Fit, comfort, service and wearincr Qualities, are to be found in The Hen- uursun corset. cj. i. litAMf. Isaac Harvey Hecht filed a position in the district court yesterday asking a divorce from Fanny J. Hecht, whom he married in Hall county Feb. 6th, 1910. He charges the defendant with cruelty and deceit. Word was received in the citv this morning of the death of John Conway ui ouuiuimuu, who was Known oyv many of the local people. Death was duo to drospy. Mr. Conway was step father to Art Yates. ; Send your worn-out carpets to the; uiucuiu ivug luciory, Liincoin, neo. They will mako them into rugs nnd'p'ay the freight both, ways for the regular price. This offer is made rather than putting a solicitor in the territory. Write for price-list and shipping tags. Lovers of billiards were treated to a fine exhibition of the game last evening at the Elks' home, when Marcus Gotten and Jake Schaeffor played a 200 point 18-2 game and later made fancy shots that seemed almost incredible. In the 200 noint crama Cotton won Hv ton points. Young Shaeffer is a fcon of ' jane snaeiter, tne iormor billiard pre mier of the country. On the occasion of the appearance of the Field minstrels at the Keith theatre on Wednesday evening of next week tne curtain will raise nromntlv at eieht o'clock. This is done in order that the performance may close earlier and at tendants have nn opportunity to visit the Elks' carnival. Practically all the Field minstrels will attend the carnival and they will give a program of music. Fire last night practically destroyed the residence property on east Front street owned by Dan Murphy and oc cupied by Greek laborers. The alarm was sent in while the firemen's dance was in progress, and as tho burning house is only a block from the opera house, the alarm caused some conster nation among the dancers. Many of the firemen left the hall and assisted nt the fire, which gained considerable headway before the water was turned on. Dan Murphy, the owner of the property, is an inmate of a state asylum. Chickens For Sale. 4 Rhode Island Roosters, 1 dozen Bnrred Rock hens, 1 dozen white Rock hens. Experiment Station Phone 499. Crystal Theatre To -Night PICTURES Great Diamond Robbery. Thru Darkened Vales. How Motion nictures are Made and shown. VAUDEVILLE Dick and Inez Bellarre. A novelty musical sketch. "The Try out". Senator LaFollette Tonight. Senator LaFollette will address n meeting Kearney nt 1:30 this nfternoon j nnd will roach North Platte on tho local ( which arrives this evening at seven I o'clock. Ho will mako nn address at the Keith theatre at eight o'clock. ' Signs Statement No. 1. Harry P. Stevens, candidate for the republican nomination for representa tive, has signed Statement No. 1, whereby he pledges himself to support, if elected, the people's choice for United States senator. In other words he will c'iist his vote in the legislature lor the republican senntonal candidate receiving the greatest number of votes nt the April primary. Notice to Water Consumers. Bills for water for the quarter com mencing April 1st. 1912, are now boin g made up and will be mailed to the con sumers within tho next few days. Kindly bring your bill with you whon you come to settle, as wo have no duplicates. Dills arc payable nt the office of tho watorcommissionerin the Keith theatre building. Hrrshuy S. Welch, Water Commissioner. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, of Cincinnati, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dixon yesterday. The Kings Dnughtcrs of tho Chris tian church were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Allen Friday evening. Tho Eastern Star will have initiatory ceremonies at Masonic hall Thursday cvoning, following which lunch will be seryed. The case of Thomas Yonda against the Royal Neighbors for the recovery of money duo on a policy held by his late wife is being tried in the district court this week. James O'Neill, of New York, and Miss Esther Rowland, of this city, were quietly married at the Rowland residence last evening and left for Omaha where they will reside. A Full Section. For Sale A full section, also a quar ter 8 miles north of Hershey. Owner lives in the east and must sell quick. Inquire W. L. Selby, 1603 Farnam St., Omaha, Nebr. 21-2 Preserving Eggs. The following method of preserving "ggs is taken from Farmer's Bulletin No. 273, U. S. Dept. of Agriculturo: If. enables farmers, poultry men and con sumers to put away eggs in summer, when they are plentiful and cheap, and presorve them until the winter season, when thoy are scarce and high in price. The wnter glass method is used, n ten per cent solution keeping eggs for eight months in prime condition. The cost of preserving eggs in a ten per, cent water glass solution, exclusiyo of the containers, is less than one cent per dozen. Water glass can bo obtainad of Schiller & Co., Family Drnggists, North Platte, Nebraska, at ten cents per pound and a pound of it properly diluted to make a ten per cent solution, will be enough to cover twelve to fifteen dozen Stone jars ,aro the beBt to keep the eggs in, as you can cover it tightly, pre venting evaporation and eggs will not absorb any odors from them. Use only perfectly fresh eggs ns stale eggs will not. keep by nny method of preservation. Uean tne stone jars thoroughly by scalding. Prepare the solution, using water thot has been first boiled then cooled to ordinary temperature. To each pound of wator glabs use ten pounds of water. Pack the eggs in the Jar and pour the liquid over them, covering the eggs complete ly. Do not wash the eggs before packing them, as this may injure their keeping qualities.by removing a natural protective coating on the outside of the snclls. Keep tho eggs packed in 'this manner in a cool, dry place, such ns a dry cool cellar. Each day's gathering of eggs may be packed immediately after gathering by placing them in the j'ar and pouring over them just enough of the solution to cover tnem. Tins is better than to hold tho eggs for several days at tho risk of their becoming stale in order to have a sufficient number to fill the entire jar. The Rexall Drug Store, Strcitz's old corner, Edgar Schiller, Manager. Tho Nyol Drug Store, McCabe's old stand, Chas. Tighe, Manager. Drugs, Medicines, Pains, Oils and Window Glass. NORTH, PLATTE, - NEBRASKA. PURE WATER ICE. Frozen from water pumped from n good depth, nnd tho lake hns been re-cemented thus insuring tho. best and purest ice possibly to obtain. . Price SO Cents Per 100 Lbs. Wo solicit your orders und insure prompt delivery. L. U. EDIS. 1, ETS It is not a "toss-up" when you buy our shbes, but a certainty that you will get shoes which possess style, which wear well and which will keep you away from the corn doctor. The makers of the shoes we handle tell us to standbehind every pair we sell. So youcan be sure that your feet will be pleased to have our shoes. We shall be pleased to have your shoebusiness. CLABAUGH, Everthing For Men. North Platte, Nebraska, Local and Personal Mr. nnd Mrs. Cy FoK,'f' Garfield, spent the last of the week with friends in town. Miss Fnyo Carpenter, of Curtis, visited friends in the city the last of the week. Art Yates, of Sutherland, was among tho visitors in tho city yesterday, en route to Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGeo, of Sutherland, aro visiting friends in the city this week. Claude Carpenter and father, of Curtis, camo up Sunday night to visit Lawrence Carpenter. C. C. Siver nnd Amos Aloxnnder, of Garfield, spent the last of the week in in town on business. Farmers bring in your plows early and avoid tho rush. I havo tho best disc sharpener made. I sharpen them without cracking or chipping. City Blacksmith Shop, J. E. Jeffries, Prop. DID YOU EVER Stop to Consider When Buying Dry Goods that Quality Means Durability? Everything we show you you can rely on their giving1 you entire satisfaction. We have made careful selections. Bought only the best merchandise. Have only the best to sell. Did you know our entire line of spring goods is new? It is? Our entire stock is new. Can you really afford to buy goods that you don't know whether they are old or not, when you have the opportunity of buying new, clean goods at less money? A great many assortments can only be called such, because tbey are four or five years left overs. Just a few articles bought" each year to freshen up the stock. If you want old goods don't come here. We haven't any. But, if you want new. goods, come here, it will save you time and money by doing so. E. T. TRAMP'S Listen! Our shoes wear veil and make the foot look ne&t ead trim. They arc comfort shoes too. . .. Myrtle and Vicinity. Miss Margaret Robinson, who litis been staying with her uncle Will Bjck loy and attending school, returned homo Tuesday. Sho was accompanied by her grandmother, who will make an exten ded visit with relatives in Keya Paha county. Mrs. Mario Thompson, who taught in district C3, loft for hqmo Wednesday. Will Sivits returned from Buffalo county Saturday. Ralph Merritt and Bisters Goldio and Hazel spont Sunday at tho Wright home. MrB. W. H. Burns is spending the week in North Platte. Bert Brunk and mother spent Sunday at E. Wright's. Miss Libcrtina Soderman roturned to her homo near Bigncll. Sho was ac companied by little Marion Richards. a reu ratman was a North i'latte visitor Thursday and Friday. John Abornathy left for North PJatto Wednesday. jra ujji v Ml Dry Goods Department. 10c. and 15c.