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TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JUNE 14, 1912. No. 40 MWtk v Alt Smttt li 1 1 TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS nrrmm- J..lL"rerf . Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stuart will leave early next week for Aurora, III., to spend several weeks with relatives. Mrs. Home and daughter Irma will leave Sunday evening for Long Beach, Cal., to spend the summer months. Mrs. Henry Gilfoil and daughter Violet leave Sunday for Long Beach, Calif., to visit the Doolittle family. Mr. an i Mrs. Arthur McNamara, who has been making a tour of the world, are expected to reach North Platte next Sunday. Mrs. A. H. McMullen will entertain the Coterie ladies at cards at her home on west 9th street on Tuesday after noon. Mr3. George KanofT, of Grand Island, is visiting ner mother Mrs. Rosa Nichols, naving arrived Wednesday evening. The engine, fixtures and shafting of the alfalfa meal mill at Hershey was sold at sheriff's sale yesterday to M. F. Dial for $303.00. Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and Saturday, warmer tonight. Highest temperature yesterday 87; a year ago 91. Lowest temperate last night 55; a year ago 59. For Rent 5 room cottage, west 6th and Lincoln Avenue. Phone black 229. A temperance lecture will be given at the tent at the corner of Locust and First streets next Monday evening. The subject will be "The Finished Product of the Saloon." Miss Mary Tighe assisted by Misses Ella Sheedy, Bessie Smith and Alma Tillion will entertain the Catholic Girls' club at a prcnuptial shower Monday evening for Miss Mae McWilliams. A special containing C. W. Gates and party passed west yesterday morning. Engineer Schwaiger covered the 137 from Grand Island in 145 minutes and Engineer Morns averaged a mile a minute between here and Julesburg. The Gates party were enrouto to Colo rado Springs. North Platte, June 14, 1912. Dear Friend: You asked me to let you know where I purchased that lovely wedding gift. I always trade at Clinton's, 511 Dewey street. They guarantee their goods and their prices are right. Yours, etc., P. APA PaybiLl. The Best Ever. Grand Island, Neb., June 14, 1912. Manager Stamp, Keith Theatre, North Platte, Neb. I consider "The Flirting Princess" best musical show ever here. Henry Bartenback, Manager Opera House. W. R. Maloney who attended the Undertakers Convention at Omaha this week returned today. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottman came in frbm the east last evening and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schatz. The former was a resident of this city six years ago. W. S. Trites, who conducted the Daily Telegraph automobile contest, stopped over in town last evening while enrouto to Ft. Collins where he will manage a similar contest. The J. D. Club held a very enjoyable meeting at the Westenfeld home last evening where they were the guests of Miss Tillie Huxoll. Elaborate re freshments were served at the close. While working with his father's gang of carpenters at one of the ice houses yesterday, Eber Murphy was struck in the left eye by a flying spike, which lacerated the ball. It is believed, how ever, that the sight will not be lost. Miss Elizabeth Weinberger entertain ed the joung ladies kensington club at a prenuptial shower Wednesday even ing for Miss Mae McWilliams. The shower vas a generous one and con tained many useful articles. A nice lunch closed a pleasant evening. The Gates special, which went through yesterday morning, covered the 586 miles between Omaha and Denver in 664 minutes. Taking out the de layed time at terminals, slow downs through towns and for other causes, the speed attained at times reached seventy miles an hour. Sunday, June 16th, will be Children's Day at the Methodist church. The Sunday school has prepared a program to be given at 10:30 in the morning and this service will take the place of Sun day school and preaching. The annual collection for education will be taken at this time. Parents and friends are invited. Enworth League at 7 p. m., public worship at 8 p. m. Merchandise. New stocks of groceries or dry goods to exchange for renl property. Write for full particulars. U.S. Investment Co., 339 New York Life Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. ' 40-4 Will be Here Tomorrow. Owing to estrayed sample trunks M. E. Berkenfield, representing the Opognauer company, failed to arrive Wednesday, but he will be nt The Leader tomorrow with a fall line of dresses in cloths, velvets and chiffons. This will be a great opportunity for ladies to make selections of fall suits and dresses. Call and look over the line. Will Visit North Platte. A large number of representatives of the South Omaha stock exchange I will visit North Platte June 23d. These stock buyers will attend the stock f rowers' association meetingat Alliance uno 20, 21st and 22d, and will make a trip down the North Platte valley, arriving here on the afternoon of Juno 23rd and remain with us until the mid night train. Securing Attractions. The Fourth of July committee met last evening and considered a number proffered attractions for the Fourth of July which had been received by mall. It is the intention of tho committee to put on a number of features that have not heretofore been a part of a celebration. The committee will meet again in a day or two and definitely decide upon the attractions to be secured. Flag Day Exercises. Today is Flag Day and appropriate exercises will be held at 2:30 p. m. at tho high school auditorium under the auspices of the W. R. C, G. A. R., Elks and K. of C, to which everybody is invited. The program will be: Song Battle Hymn of the Republic Patriotic Scripture Reading Rev. Porter Flatr Day Sljrnificance Mayor Patterson Presentation of Fair to Hlsh School by Elks. John E, Evans Song Elk Quartette Oration The March of tho Flag. . . .Roy M. Ames Reading Old Glory Helen Bird Oration Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Helen Johnson Flag Exercises Flag Bearer Robert Hoagland Flag History Clara Sorenson Hats Off-Tho Flag Is Passing By Zclla Dorram Your Flag and My Flag Eva Hoagland Song The Star Spangled Banner Address Loyalty to the Flag Jas. Kcefe Representing Knights of Columbus Song America Benediction $50.00 Reward. I will pay fifty dollars for information that will secure conviction of the party who stole a small pig from my farm nearO'Fallon,s about two weeks ago? V. W. BlRGE. . i;er'S&?:SH w "1 J V 'Ml IftW & lUWl u My my t W .Se&e&.S ill b $ & b iti to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to 'to to to to to to to to to mm v& ' $ f ii if M HENDERSON "Fashion Form" Corscrs HFNinFR'SONl" The Henderson Fashion Form Corset Ti f In n to i "in" fashion Form; juocsej.sj 'HENDERSON Fashion Formj " Corsets Proper Corsetin The election of your corset demands care and atten tion. You must be properly corseted if you want to look stylish and be comfortable and healthy. There is no uncertainty how you will look, or how comfortable you will be. if you wear a Henderson Corset. These Corsets are individually designed in all the required style for all proportions of women. You can shape your figure easily and hygienically to slender fashionable lines. Henderson Corsets gives the rounded, natural bust effects; the extra length below waist line including soft skirt extension over hips and abdomen. Proportions the figure to a youthful, stylish contour. See our Henderson models and note our very moderate prices. E. T. Tramps Dry Goods Dept. am. hum 5 m . && . Vrfi!31 llll Were You at the After Supper Sale Last Saturday Night? No well, we're sorry; you missed some good things, but there's another budget of great bargains for After Supper Sale No. 8, due to begin at seven ' o'clock Saturday night, and not a single one of them can be boqght before. Our bargain hunter has been busy this week and he tells us he has got hold of some of the very choicest values that were ever picked up for After Supper selling, and when we saw the goods and prices we agreed with him. Nothing can go on sale at the After Supper event unless it is of exceptional value in every respect. Bargain buyers will be on hand early as usual, Ladies' White Dresses, assorted styles i nr values up to $9, After Supper Price54.l Ladies' Waists, fine quality embroid eries, thebestof workmanship, values up to $3.00, After Supper c rjr Price $l.y Children's Hose Supporters, made from silk elastic, in light colors, After Supper'Price Men's Fine Shirts in Rood styles taken from our regular $1 line After Supperyn price I VC 9c Men's Fine Shirts, extra grade cloth, selected from our regular $1.50rf n line, After Supper Price p I . I 7 Men's Walk Over Shoes, tan russia radium calf leather, on one of them - n late lasts, After Supper price pJ.U Men's Walk Over Shoes, radium calf gun metal leather, button-) rv styles, After Supper Price 'O.OV Ladies' Oxfords, tan nnd patent leather, sizes run smnll, from 3 to 5 on rather narrow last, all $3 nndnj in $3.50 grades After Supper Price. . .$ L) Wilcox Department Store. to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to J WEDDING GIFTS. .-W.." vv Our Cut Glass and Silverware Cases are bristling with new and attractive articles that make use ful and desirable gifts. Our new line of clocks is worthy of your attention. We invite your inspection DIXON, The Jeweler. SCHILLER & CO., Prescription Druggists Klrst -Door North of Vint National Dank KH'K'f B w l tt B "B rMftl "B B B B K B wt B B B E B B 1 B K B K K W B ' Local and Personal. Sherwood Woodhurst has accepted a position with the Electric Light Co. Mesdames Marcott, Trotter nnd Ejavis, of Brady, visited friends in town Wed nesday. Mrs. John McGownnleft at noon yes terday for Kearney to spend a week with her sister. Miss Mamie Walters has been elected to teach the fifth and sixth grades in the Sutherland schools. Mrs. Florin Muchlinski nnd baby are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dickerson in Hershey this week. Mrs. P. H. Lonergan and son J. D. left the first of the week for Callaway to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. George Hower, of Sidney, nr rived here yesterday to visit with her mother Mrs. William Morris. Harley Greeson will return today from the State University to spend his vacation at the parental home. William Stack, Jr., returned last eAening from Lincoln, where he spent several days with relatives. Lee Cowmnn, age 21, and Cora Dis tarow, age 10, of this city, were granted liconse to wed Tuesday by Judge Grant. H. Hupfer went to Grand Island yes terday to bring up his engine which has tieen undergoing repairs in the shops there. Ratine, the newest dress materials on the markot. shown in all the best colors at 25 cents per yard. E. T. TllAMP. Mrs. William Tanner arrived today from Lexington to visit her parents ftlr. nnu mrs. rranK ueumonu anu at tend the Flirting Princess. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Town, of Dos Moines, who are enrouto woat on their honeymoon trip, visited tho former's uncle Alex Fenwick and wife yesterday. The Pat Theatre management have began a ticket selling contest for one month, the first prize of which will be fifty dollars toward a trip to tno moun tains. Ice. Pure distilled water ice can now bo secured. Wo are prepared to make daily delivery to all parts of tho city. Distilled water ice is manufactured under the most sanitary conditions and absolutely pure and clean. This pure ice costs no more than other kinds, last Jonger In tho refrigerator and is more satisfactory every way. Phono us your order. Price 50 cents a 100 pounds. E. T. Keuher Ice Company. Thomas Baggett morning for Hershey. left yesterday Arthur Barraclough began work for the Electric Light Company Inst Mon day, Cloyd McKinloy, of Lexington, visited his sister Miss Alfa McKinloy and uncle Mac Westfall Tuesday. Miss Flossie Abercombio, of Brndy, has been chosen to teach the inter mediate grade at O'Fallons. Heushel Jones, of Gothenburor. nnd Ella Chuver, of Cozad, were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon by Judge Grant. We cordially invite you to visit our corset department and exnmine tho various Henderson models. E. T. Tkami'. The Twentieth Century club will hold a kensington at the home of Mrs. Lester alker on Tuesday afternoon. All members are requested to attend and bring a friend. M. K. Neville left last evening for Chicago to sponll n fw days after which ho will nttend the Grand Ameri can Hnndicnp shoot at Springfield. From thore he will go to Charlostown, W. Va.t where his family is visiting and expects to be absent a month. For Rent Five room cottage on east, 6th St. Inquiro 200 west 4th. A successful ice cream social was held at the home of Mrs. N. McCabe yesterday for the Altar society fund of St. Patrick's church. Assisting in serving wero Mcsdurnes Frank Dorran, John Murray, James Fitzpatrick, Jos. Fillion nnd C. K. Martini. North Platte, June 14, 1012. wear iTienu: As per my promise to you, I looked up the address you wanted. My ring was bought at Clinton's Jewelry Store, 511 Dewey street, and am sure you will bo pleased if you trade thore. Very truly, A Junk BniDE. The Indinn Card club was the guests of Mrs. Charies Herrod Wednesday afternoon. The highest score was made by Miss Hanna Kelihcr and she wus nwarded tho silver fork. Mrs. E. F. Seeberger received the consolation emblem. A two course lunch was served after the card games. Assist ing Mrs. Herrod were Mesdames E. J. Vnnderhoof, Albert Schatz and Joseph Stone. Getting Ready for Chautauqua. The board of directors of the North Platte Chautauqua held a meeting Tuesday evening and nppointed com mittees to look nfter the different phases of tho work. Ample tent accom modations nnd GOO chairs have been ordered, arrangements are being made for the issuance of tho Chautauqua Herald, tho advertising sheet, and tho talent which has been secured is except ionally fine. Tickot prices are: Adult senson?2.50. child's spason $1.25, season lamnj; ticket $a.uu, adult single admis sion 2d cents, child's single admission 15 cents. Monday nnd Tuosday June 1G and 17th, I offer your unrestricted choice of any woman's trimmed lint' in my depart ment formerly sold $8, $10, $12, and $15. Clcaranco sale price $-1.98. MlSS WllJTTAKER, Wilcox Dept. Store. Mrs. Charles Perkins returned this week from a visit with friends nt Gerring. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ncale Turpio hnvo re turned from a visit with tho latter'B parents in Meringo, la. r. v, '. ThoJ. S.Davis Auto Co. has'Tusfc sold a model 35 Buick touring car fully equipped to Wm. A. Sowlo, .whov lives south of this city. While cranking an automobile Wed nesday evening John Oestrich of the uorryberrynnd Forbes Company broke one of tho bones in his right wrist. ' Airdome. To - Night turday and Sa PICTURES Automatic' Moving Company Showing in motion pictures the exit of the furniture from tho house. Interesting and funny. The Reformation o Kid Hogue. How He Papered the Room Introducing Marshall P. Wilder, tho famous entertainer and" fun maker. FOR RENT. Houtei and rooms, storage and sate deposit boxes. Bratt & Goodman. space VAUDEVILLE Italian Trovatore Trio, Comedy Singing Artists. 10c. and 15c.