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r "8 X Through our Optical Goods will couvince you that we have everything that you can ask for. Our goods can be depended upon for service. Be sure that you do not force your eyes to endure a strain when glasses will correct it. HARRY DIXON, OPTICIAN. S DR. 0." II. CRESSLER, S m Graduate Denlisl. 5 e e J Office over the McDonald a Stato Bank. m 9 a Local and Personal Miss Lottie McMurray vtsited her sister Mrs. Asa Snyder the last of the week. Mrs. Albert Muldoon will entertain the Mother's club on Wednesday after noon. Charles Jenisla left for Boone, la., Saturday after visiting friends for a week. Complete line of Snaulding Base Ball goods at RinckerBook & Drug Co. Blue Front. C. O. Wointrnnnl rptnrnpd Fririnv m evening from a ten day business visit in unicago. Miss Mae Munger, of Hershey, has been elected principal of the Stromburg schools. Hershey ond Sutherland will unite in in a big celebration at the latter place on July 4th. Miss Kate Spies left Saturday for Iowa to spend to spend several weeks with relatives. Victor Anderson accepted a position Saturday supplying engines lor the Union Pacific. Mrs. Nels Hammer went to Sidney Saturday morning to visit her daughter for a few days. Mrs. Beecher Parker, of Rock Springs, arrived the last of the week to visit relatives. Stubert Turpie, of the Culver univer sity in Indiana, arrived Saturday to visit his parents. Gene CombB left for Lincoln Satur day afternoon after a short visit with relatives in town. Mrs. Ditto, of Sutherland, came down the last, of the week to visit her sister Mr J. Harry Scott. . Mrs. Ruby Manuel, of Kearney, came up the last of the week to visit Miss Thea Hansen. Mrs. Harry Swarthout left Saturday morning for Paxton to visit relatives for a week or more. Mrs. Elizabeth Cramer left Friday evening for Grand Island to spend Sun day with her husband. Mr. and Mrs.. Alex Meston and baby left Saturday for Hastings to spend two weeks with relatives. ror Sale. Milo Maize. W. W. Birge. Mrs. Patterson and daughter Edith returned la3t evening from a week's f stay in Omaha and Lincoln. Roy Mehlmam, F. C. Pielstickor and Attorney James Mothersaid. spent Sun day in Wallace with relatives. The I. 0. 0. F. will hold memorial services at their hall on Sunday after noon, June 16th, at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Herron, of Evanston, arrived yesterday to visit her parents Mrs. Stevie for a couple of weeks. Misses Marie Salisbury and Vivian Knox went to Wallace Sunday to visit -relatives making the trip by auto. Mr. and Mrs. William Turpie, Sr., arrived from Columbus, Ohio, Saturday and will make an indefinite visit. THE OFFICERS Of this bank hold their time, their experience and their advice at the disposal of patrons. Their efforts are directed toward the promotion of the financial welfare of customers, for suc cessful customers, means a prosperous bank. You are invited to meet the officers of this bank and discuss with them the various ways in which they can be of service to you. Make This Bank Your Bank McDonald State Bank, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. chas. Mcdonald, President. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Wilcox and family left Sunday for an extended visit in Enid, Oklahoma, with relatives. Mrs. J. J. Halligan was called to Nebraska City the last of the week by the serious illness of a relative. Rolfe and Victor Halligan aro ex pected home this week- from the state university to spend the summer. The North Platte school of music will present Carl F. Steckolberg, violinist, at the Masonic hall on June 21st. The Stanford University Boat Team of California went thru yesterday'after noon enroute to Rochester, N. Y. Supt. Cahill of the Nebraska division, spent Saturday here on business while enroute from Northport to Omaha. Mrs. J. Vanderhoof has returned from an extended visit in Grant's Pass, Ore., with Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard. Harvey Taylor, night clerk at the Pacific Hotel, left Saturday evening for ValparisQ to spend several weeks. Mrs. Frank Winn, of Kearney, visited local relatives the last of the week and attended the Lady Maccabee rally. W. R. Maloney has been appointed district deputy for the western district of the Kjiights of Columbus councils. Mayor T. C. Patterson returned Sat urday morning from Omaha, where he spent the greater part of last week. Richmond Birge who was operated upon at the Physicicans and Surgeons Hospital recently, is improving rapidly., Mrs. Hoyt Hart and daughter returned to Paxton Saturday after visiting her mother Mrs. Lena Salisbury for a week. Mr. and Mrs. George Grady, of Grand, Island, who visited relative's the last of the week, went to Denver Sunday even ing. Leslie Baskins, who has been attend ing the state university, returned home the last of the week to spend the sum mer. Miss Hattie Ross, who has been in charge of the Maloney & Lintz millinery, left for her home in Ravanwood, Kan., today. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McNamara who landed in New York City Sunday even ing, are expected here the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ruff, of Lancaster, Ohio, are visiting their son George Ruff and family at the former Turpie ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fillion, Jr., and P. A. White are contemplating a trip to the mountains by auto -early next month. Elmer Seiler and sister Miss Mona Seller, of Carroll, la., arrived Saturday morning to visit tl-eir uncle F. C. Piel sticker. , w. E. Rayor. advance agent for the Flirting Princess Company, transact ed business with Manager Stamp Sat urday. y Mrs. Laughlin, of Hastings, returned home Friday morning after visiting her daughter Mrs. Owen Simons for several weeks. Earl Stebbins, of Gothenburg, has accepted a position as assistant secre tary to Secretary Kerr of the local Y. M. C. A. Agent for Eastman Kodaks supplies, Victor & Edison talking machine and records. Rincker Book & Drug Co. Blue Front. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hughes, Mrs. Frank Hughes and daughters, of Hastings, who visited Mr. and Mrs. Congdon last week, left their in automo bile Saturday. w. 11. Mcdonald,. Cashier and Vice-Prest. Mrs. Fred Huxolt and children aro expected home from a two months' visit with her sister Mrs. Charles Dill in Chicago. Mrs. G. D. Chamberlain, formerly of this city, who has resided in Denver for some time, is the guest of town friends this week. Mrs. Fred Whitehead and daughter, of Grand Island, who visited Mrs. Charles Cornwall last week, left for homo Saturday. - Mr. and Mrs. James Payne and daughter Grace returned yesterday morning from Omaha where they visited for two weeks. ?u. T' yv1 Miss Mario Bartmus, of Wallace, who has been a guest' 'dt tho Knox re sidence for somo timo, left for eastern point3 Saturday. The Altar Society of St. Patrick's church will hold an ico cream social at tho home of Mrs. N. McCabo Thursday afternoon. Howard Mehlmnn. of Wnllncn. vahn attended the institute and visited his brother Roy Mehlmann last week, left Saturday afternoon. Miss CharlottoLowo and Mr. Clarence Garman will bo united jn marriago at the home of tho bride on Wednesday evening, June 19th. Miss Elizabeth Richards, a former young lady of this city, arrived tho last of the week from Omaha to visit with town friends. Mrs. M. E. Wright, who hus been making her homo with her daughter Mrs. M. H. Douglas, left for Grand Island Saturday morning. Six or seven extra gangs are now working on the double tracking be tween Julesburg an d Margate. Nine bridge gangs are also at work. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cary, of Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Gorham, of Grand Island, are here to attend the McDonough-Jeffers wedding. Alex Huntington who has becncon fTned to the house with a broken ankle for several weeks is ; improving. The cast was remove"d yesterday. Misses Freda Peters, Emma Bucheon and Mrs. G. Wiggens, 'of Grand Island, who attended the L. O. T. M., Reunion last week, left Saturday evening. Ginn White & Schatz are installing a new water work, system on the former Otten ranch woytof town which is now owned by Mr. Earl Hamilton. Messrs. Rebhausen?Watkfns,Sturges, Winkowitch and Neville returned Sat urday from Dunning where they sp9nt a weeic nshing, returning witn 1TJ bass. J. P. Morgan, of Chicago, who was injured several weeks ago by a fall from the electric light building, was re leased from St. Luke's hospital Satur and left for home. Mrs. Charles Temple and sons left yesterday morning for Omaha and Lin coln to spend n week or more after which they will go to Willow Springs to spend the summer. Judge Grimes, Reporter Cary and Attorneys Wilcox, Halligan, Muldoon, Beeler and Hoagiand went to Ogalalla yesterday, where a term -of "court is being held this week. Bob Wnldo, formerly of the local district foreman's office, but now of Cheyenne visited friends in town tho last of the week while enroute on a pleasure trip to Vermont. J. M. C. Woods, of Sutherland, who took medical treatment in this city for cevoral weeks, died athis homo Friday evening. A number 01 local peoplo at tended the funeral services Sunday, The Seventh Day Adventists will hold a series of revival meetings in a tent which they have erected on First and Locust streets. Elder Miller will be as sisted this week by brothers Ray and Studt, of Grand Junction. At the 21st annual convention of tho Nebraska state league, of local Build ings Loan associations, T. C. Patterson was unanimously elected president and arrangements made to hold tho next convention in this city in June, 1913. The Omaha Elks have lined up a party of 100 who will make;tho trip to the big meeting to be held At, Portland, Ore., July 4. Tho Omaha, .members of the order will travel in a special train over tho Union Pacific, taking five standavd sleepers, an observation, diner1 and bag gage car. Victrola concerts will be given in tho observation car each afternoon and evening. Next Friday morning twenty nutos filled with Brady Boosters will go to Arnold to help tho people of that town celebrate the advent ot the new rail road. Judge H. M. Grimes and Attorney Halligan went to Sidney Saturday, wheru tho case of Noel Brewer vs the Union Pacific Co., is being tried. Brewer is suing tho company for $12,000 for injuries received. Don F. Hinkley, of Gothenburg, a former North Platte druggist, has be gun the erection of a now business building in the former town. It will have four store rooms on tho ground floor and sixteen office rooms on the second. Beatrice Cream Separator Boldwln "4-ln-l"! A Patontod Postmaster Davis left last evening for Omaha to attond the Postmasters Con vention. Before returning he will in spect and exomino tho postofilco nt Beatrice. Lewis Peterson returned Sunday evening from Kunsas City, where he was called last week by the illness of his son Henry. The lattersubmitted to three operations from Which he is re covering satisfactorily. The suggestion that ministers de mand a health certificate as well as a marriago license from those wishing to bo married was approved by 200 Protestant clergymen in a meeting of the federated churches of Chicago. The remains of W. J. Loftus, who died in Salt Lake three months ago, haye been exhumed and will be brought hero for interment beside his departed wife tomorrow. Mrs. John Robinson, his daughter, will accompany them here. Already several hundreds of acres of corn have been re-planted os a result of the damage done by worms to that which was planted first. Where there is as much as half a stand the second planting is being passed up owing to the lateness of the season. Sutherland Free Lance. The committee soliciting funds for the Fourth of July celebration are some what discouraged over the prospects of securing enough money to put on as big a celebration as they desire. Citi zens generally should come to tho red- cue with contributions.- Sufficient rain to well moisten tho top of the groundf ell Saturday and Sunday evenings. East of here the rainfall was heavy Saturday and Sunday, and in the southwest part of the state two inches is roported. In the latter section of the state the crops have been suffering on account of the drouth. Arrangements have been made with the Ogalalla ball team for a game to be played on the local grounds on July 4th. The committee composed of MesBrd. Gibbs, Keefe and Swope .are putting the diamond'in condition, re pairing, the grand stand and feijcc and will pave everything in readiness. The bans of marriage of Miss Genia Manraret Maloncv. of this city, and John' Joseph Horngan, of Boono, In., were nnnounced for the first time Sun day in St. Patrick's church. The wed ding will take place at the church nt 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, June 2Cth. A spocial train bearing the funeral party of the late Senator Nixon, who died In Washington Wednesday, passed west Saturday evening, running .as a section of No. 1. In addition to tho rel atives pf the deceased, there were n dozenVr more congressman in the party. Interesting "children's day exer cises were held at tho Presbyterian church Sunday forenoon and were largely attended. Tho program, consist ing of songs recitations and readings continued for nbout two hours. Mr. nnd Mrs. Butler Buchanan, now in Los Angeles, sent a sufficient number of carnations to give one to each pupil present and to decorate tho pulpit. Tonnage on west bound trains is being gradually increased. A year ago 1800 or 1900 tons per train wis big, now the range is from 2000 to 2100. One train Saturday went out with 2181 tons. East bouud trains string out a half mile and the tonnage is so heayy that the conductor must bo a good mathe matician to figure tho- total. Ice. Pure distilled water ice can now be secured. Wo nrc prepared to make daily delivery to all parts of the city. Distilled water ice is manufactured under tho most sanitary conditions and absolutely pure nnd clean. This pure ice costs no more than other kinds, last longer in the refrigerator, and is more satisfactory every way. Phono us your order. Price 50 cents a 100 pounds. E. T. Keliher. Ice Company. Seed Corn. White 1910 Field Com and Sweet Corn at Hershey's, 5th nnd Locust, Phono 15. tf 500 to 1,000 lbs. capacity per hour from $50 to $75 Highest Market Price Paid for Cream. PoultryT Leader Incu bators and Brooders at Factory Prices. SIMON BROS., & North Platte, Neb. "Baldwin 4 - flic most practical house dress ever put on the market. Style 326 made from high grade percales in light and dark colors, square Dutch neck Style 302 made from same kind of materials, slightly different, cut price Style 402 made from cheaper grade cloth, in both light and dark colors, price Come and See These Wilcox Department Store. Organized Mutual Building & OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Paid in Capital and Surplus $462,852.51. Prospective Building & Loan borrowers should carefully investigate the advantages offered ' by this Association before doing business with any foreign Building &. Loan Association. Borrowers in this Association save over eighty per cent of the preliminary expenses charged by foreign associations; have smaller monthly dues on the amount borrowed; pay a less rate of interest; receive twenty per cent larger dividends and with the same amount of monthly payments would mature their loans in a year's less time; and have, a more liberal contract in regard to repayments before maturity. Plenty of money on hand at all times to close loans. T. C. Patera, Pres. Summer Tourist to the Pacific Coast From North- Platte to Cali fornia and North Pacific Coast Points . Prom North Platte to Cali fornia one-way via North Pacific Coast Points From North Platte to Cali fornia and North Pacific coast points From North Platte to Cali fornia, one-way via North Pacific Coast Points Union Pacific Standard Road of the West. New and Direct Route to YellowBtone National Park. Protected by.Automatic Electric Block Safety Signals Excel lent Dining Cars on ALL Trains. For additional information and Illustrated California nnd Pacific Northwest book, call on or address F. E. BULLARB, Agent. Union Realty and Investment Company. Paid up Capital $50,000. Surplus 50,000.00. -OFFICERS T. C. PATTERSON, President, First Mortgages on Real Estate Bought, Sold nnd Nogoti' cd. This company is prepared to loan money of investors on J mort gages on real estate, omply secured and drawing eight per i r. eemi- annual interest. Money bo Invested in - l" 'Dress, $2.15 200 1.50 in 1887. Loan Association Samuel Goozce, Scc'y Round-Trip Fares $55 Tickets on suit) to California Juno 12 to 20: lln.il return limit Auttuit 31: August 29 to September C; final return limit October 31. Tickets on ante to North Pacific Const Points Juno 3 to 0; flnnl return limit July 27. Juno 27 to July 6; flnnl return limit August 27. July 11-12; final return limit September 11, October 12, 14" and 15; final return limit Nov, U. $70 Tickets on aula June J! to li; final return limit July 27. Juno 12 to 20; final return limit August 31. Juno 27 to July 5: final return limit August 27. July 11-12; final return limit September 11. August 29 to September C; final return limit October CI. October 12, 11 nnd 15; final return limit November 1G, TicketH on nolo Juno 1 to Septem ber 30; final return limit October 31 Tickets on anlcJunol to September SO; flnnl return limit October 31. , J jm5sH? x U ffsfE3r AND DIRECTORS- B. BUCHANAN, Scc'y und Treas. will bo okumpt from taxation. '. r7gBMMaa,JnMMMMii'TTwr"wirif m i ! 1 1 Mm 1 .