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Jbfttt gewiveii! a vcy pnetty aiHwmancntf of ufte fcatfpino aweec grans HimRnm hv awvtoig! Bnaftutifc. wrR HiiHRen Bug1 BucnimH anR nuveltfes, aftor n BftfJ Ifne ad EblSHhy;. nnveltfiyi.. PlemieiD W Bjukj yaw vtaic our mmlby pootni tfTbw Lu tftt; tfme m nuwe.' your Chriamwu payo'.nn? Ihftil away wfttlte cfiii aaancwnenc 5i gnmpfiire. CIMffi, JEWELER AMD OPUCftM PIOSE 4 OP, 8 I Jj For Your Drutfa. Ordnri D- JJJ t Ilwnrsif promptly. J REXALL DftXK M3--M9!2 and HYAlv OROC STORES Laxal and FersonaL OneairHanflon;, off EM-,, lu vim'ting' vrtth' ST. Wjmnn' thia weelr.. W, St BoycH,, of Grand" Ialnnd, apent Sunday with friend- irr town, 3fiu Amanda' Malirnr spent tfi- wenfc nif wlthi friendn in Gothenburg, Minn Gladys-Burton,, nif Paxton i:i the jjuoatof Mfaa Sfari EaDoyt. A spem'al1 meetlnicof tfiir A, OlET. W. will) be ficnr thin evaninjr a the- K. P:. HalL flfma CRiaufi Picltarmnni loft Saturday for Maxwalll &v viiiit friumfu foe two' weelra. i William) Stacfc .flr faf t Saturday mora iaif facKeyatton &v anemia. Muffa of days; flftsnfa waanfnicwanteif at J2I riant Tlete St. Phona Red1 Will. -6- W. T, Simmon, f Waliias. spur.t th latter part f tha weefi: with- town. frienda.. i Ifmsr Elfaiv Flynn returned! jeaterday morning fronv Dnvwr wnrtreahii vfafeed since Friday, 5f ra, W fiT, Kirby and daughter, f Sutherland1,, apent Ja.it wsefc in town, withi frianrfn. " Slaw Anna. Anderson, of Gotnanbary, MiHH JfarjtiraC Craiffiis will entertain the J. E), cltili thin evening at cardii.. Mian Anna. PlnlatSdwc; of. mafia, in vinitJnir her brother F G PMhGcltar thin weelt, Minn ranbelln Do wv of the Kearney Normal, spent thu week end with hur pnranta. afr. and1 Ufa. Eranfc Woodii,. at Walt raunr ara apundlnir thfd wnlt with frinncfii fm tnwn Tan Nisvita. cfub will nnRC am opum houair party at thihom-of Jfra. Thomna AuBtia' tomorrow. Mtna Enufair Wdbornt fnft Frifay vaninir forDnnTur to fiaft with, frinnila for a couplts of wto&a. Mnt. M. Lncaar of (Dmafia haa ac cpti a poNitfoa in. th SixiC Dnpart msntof Thu Luailnr. 3fra. Anna. STuyfarthi ratnrnei ysater day morninur from) Den"xer whra aha (vfBitrtiinca Friday, J, V. Clacaiiffhi foft STumL-iy aftar nooniforChfcaatoapinia. coupils- of wmsfta pnrcliaainar atodc. 3ffnn AjJmsit Gantt tsn&trtafneii a ftumbur of frtcnifu Satnrday aueninp; at an' mJbrmaL danmnpr parly. Mra. JCaym Klly, af Mimiapolfir who' had bani vtaitinvr at th Nofra fiomitftir aitraE waalta Iuf fe. taifny Miaa BVjarif Graham, rsanmad waric fa- the EMalcey lew Cream gatDiti yu-j-taniay aitor a montha ahuence. city rstnrnnd horn. llr, and' Mtx. 1, A. SrcMaar, of ftfi-enEwrgf- vwitd tfieir- ao Chaa- Me Neat laat wefc (n thft city. Mri, rranfc Plcrcw and son Ml Sat. TKn Eluclrnliur Sy.itcm of L'ljfitfnif, 1!hn bmrfni'Sfr man and pmpHity ownnra of ttm rjnitwi JtntfeM ara fiittt otiKinninir m mnihw tin: impnraino of light! na a taailn fpitoir ami an an ikU verttacmimc llhr an upOHMlhl itiwn. ffWnnne xvtia dm fiimc tnwtiin Ntthraiika tn OikH ndWiinnHw af ttii; cjiitrtsr nr iliHitanliitr ayttem of lluiittntf acmutti. and by iiiHtilinir MAS lixiitM tttuy liavi uennmt morn inl hum-lie in w huwnH wj( tlinn by any orttur appimpnadnn on aanumiitiira hcmtoflira maiR;' fhr ttlii' foiHi' of tiiit snvvn. Tht! hnmitHr of Cnmmunaa of Imtli PlnenH ih iili!nvoiiii(f on huiw ttlu mii nHH9 atactkillKhtiFin thin n-.oiI)irn wnjr anithopi! tniRuopup wititi tin: pcncx'H slon of BTHbraafta d,Hk. FrHmonC, RaHtfnit, Lincnlli and1 STuntcn Einlfa are amonu; thii tnwna tftut ac nnvv au Hiitt'.d. and Grand Inland haa its polua aniC mnfinrial in hand' Co install tha ayatusm, whilit Allinncis haa juan Int a contract fiir tht! annus purpnH. Ba tnua and Norfolk ara two citma that ar working" alnnjf tha aama Iimr. TJhia ayatam of atraHfelightinffconBiats of arnnmnntsill irnm poats, witlt ffvo cluatar liffhta on encii, placed eiminnn- tant on tho aifffP of thu aiduwallc CTndHr tha plan praposuuV tha fuurloworliffhta of lircty watta aach would burn undll elcvea o'clock at nittit and tha nppar omr burninir all mtfhfc. The currant for tha light in auppllnd by undor ground ennduita, thiia doino; way with, tha un aifffttiy pora and aapanaiva arc llnhta that gjvti am nnvnni ancE uncBrtafni light onj ihit atreeta. Tha plan, as adopted by t&V citiua rnamt-d m for the buoinuan man and prop- party ownurr to pay the- axpenaa- of tile ponta and mntallncnn and tins city tn furnialt tha currant and maintafu th lrffhta thuraaftdr. Ax at preaont out Hnoil thi? cnat of these cluntar lighta in about ana dollar per front font, and an equal disiaion. of thin coat fa now being; made. Wnffe it may not Be- poaaiV ble to inatall thia ayatam. on; all' of the buameaa blncfta af the city at first the atart now male practically inaurea cluater lighfia far x number f brnclar and the esjerience a atfier citiea iia that it take but a ahort time fisr the other buafneaa menand jjraperty awnera tn appreciate their value and eq get isi line. from, thewf honey mooni tnp Sunday. Mrs. it. J. CoataHov af Efyriuv who spent tw.yeeiM wfthi her mother Mrs. Addl Hall wflt return: horn thm week. Mr. and Mra. E. E. Moody wfeo ha.1' who-had been-viaittair; frfenda hv thatlbMavi9itfn:&,:i Coforadrt Springs for Rath Goes to Illmoia CenfcraL H. J. Koth. farmer diapatcher and Mr. and ifra, Harry Kelly who were I trainmajcerat thia termmaL and later married Wednesday at Lincoln, returned' Miiatant superintendent at Cheyenne-,, f several weekr returned home Saturday. Mra. Geory Loaa. af Gothenfcorg-. who' viaiud her daughtar. Mrs. Afex Broo&s tutweek, haa returned home-. Mr, and Mra. A. J. B'raafer and orday momfaif for Grand Mand wbsre danf6fcsr rft snrday morains: fr autnTianra io viaic retttives faranaoffc of days. Edward ENfatt, of Madiaow, Wia.r vhited hkc parunta Saturday while en route to Botae-, Ida., tn dislhrer fecture-j far ten daysr. El W. Maan is the Fatst to- faveat fa Teat fe a new Ferd car which he Dur- I chased the- last ef the week at tb Handy garage. Th Moyer outfit of Gotfunfeanr ftu isMpped it power baler to Herahay and l wwi bale ftay for the North Platte land and water company. Mian tseuian iNeale submitted to tfcay wfB spend the- wfaiter- C A. Howe returned toi)3hiafcSat nnfayafterspendfcga. month te the atj talcing- medical treatment, Johti N. Baiter returned Semday aventng; from Dver where he attended the festival of Mountain and Plata. Mr. and Mrs. J, H. CosUlfa, of Schuyler who were gneaUof Mr. and Mrs. LeDoyt returned home Sunday afternoon; Mr, and Mrs. D, C. Congdon re turned the latter part of the week from Cht cag where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Congdon, For Safeor Trad-IO H, P. Portable Steam Engine. Address Jese Long or Jo Hrshey, North PUtte, Nebr. M3er. Edmund Erb, Noble Ander-, sort and Witt WHJcJna, of Gothenharg, cam op Saturday afternoon ta attend the foot ball game. Fireman Green returned yesterday morning-from Denver whora he at tended the Festival of Mountain and Plain Ijwt week. The social dance given Friday even ing t the Lloyd by Mssrs. Friend, Guilliame and Day was very enjoyable In every particular. Let McGoyern do it. Do What? Re pair that stove for you. Residence 1005 Locust, Phone 300. Star Stove Repair Works. " Mrs. A, D. Jacobs nnd daughter Esther left Batnrday morning for Nor folk to spend a week with Mr, Jacobs who Is employed there. Mrs, Freda Darnell, of Liioo, form erly of this city came down Friday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank BarneHfor a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rapprccht, of Cedar Rapids, who spent laM week with Mrs- and Mrs. John Schram, re turned home Saturday afternoon. Mm. Carlton, of Grand Island, who Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joe Jes up,jftM operated upon at the P. '&. S. hospital Saturday for an abscess of hand, Mrs, Mc Guirc and daughter Hazel, of Cheyenne, who have been guests of Mr, and Mr. Fred RInckcr while en route homo from n visit in eastern points leave today for home A-thoncn-lne, liquid antiphlogistic jnTiamaUon special, Is superior to nil salves or mud poultices for colds, soro cheat, pneumonia, broncliitlHorpIucrisy, Rinckkk Book & Dnuo Co. una Bfen appointed inspector af trans portation af the Illinoiti Central wkhi headouartera atChicagOi. Hewffl.apend muck af hfer tfrai travelfcg: aier the Hnea af the company. Mr. Eoth went thrauarh. to Chicaza Iaat week to enter biisoni nij dotiea. Since laavwar th Union. PacMc h haa been Kiox an. the ' Jackaom fruit farm. The ancomtment ,. ,- 3 , . I enmea tram v lce-tTreawunt farlc, who every now and then, when in. need af a P gaod man drawi an the Union. Paci&s. W are glad ta- aee- hssx recognize Mr. Rath. Are-yen trysa-r ta save awoey y doKijr yaur own. waahfog? WaWB"t it nsake yau: feel nrach; better to knaw that the- "Aut" waa gatag: t caBt Don't let "Bfee Menday" werry yau. Too: can save yaur health by eaHfaur up.. DICKERS SANITARY LAUNDRY. 'Tour Bosoqj Friend." Phon 77. Scnday afternoon at 2:3$ a comnejiTr F of dodI gathered on tfc, hnV of r h North river to witness a baptismal ser-1 I vice conducted by Elder C H. Mfllerl operation at the St. Luke hospital thefpa3toirof ih svealfl Day Adventist an last or the week during which her tonsils were remoyed Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Croaby returned to their home In Sutherland Saturday church, corner Willow and Weat 10th. This is the second baptismal service conducted by him lately. At their f aaaoatn morning service and also at f morninsr aftr i.in .,. t.. K """" ouuy eTcning otners fcmtWM p rvw "Lwere converted. These will be bap- Brotner M. E. Crosby. 1 ' Lost-Sigma No Fraternity Pin $5.00 reward for Its return to Electric Light offic. Mrs. Annie Church leaves today for Los Angeles, where she will spend the winter with her sistar Mrs. C. F Ormsby. She has renUd her borne to Mr. Flanders. Wizard Edison has worked out an electric storage battery which will run a passenger train 100 miles for ten cents. Used on an automobile the cost will be proportionately less. Harshey is making big preparations for the farmers' institute which wilj be held there November 22nd. The ladles, auxiliary offers premiums for the best articles of needlework. Mr. and Mrs. Flanders arrived in town Saturday and will remain for a number of months Mr. Flanders is foreman for the contrastor having the erection of the terminal improvement1!. The J . S. Davis Auto Co. has just sold a Model 31 Buicfc touring eartoClifT De Mott, of ScotUblufT, Nebr. Mr. DtMott camo In oh (he branch train Friday and drove his new Buick home Saturday. ' tried in the near future. The subject of Elder Miller's Sunday crening re marks waa: "The Shield of Faith." Much interest was manifested tnhis re marks. He 'showed that faith in the divine truth of God, His promises, H13 divine justice, and His willingness to forgjye, waa an efficient shield against any of the darts of the avowed of all good. enemy Money to Loan. on furniture, pianos or any thing of good ' value on your plain note if steadily em ployed: pay back in small weekly or monthly payments. Mrs. B. F. Wilcox son 610 East -tth St. OfRce in residence, hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Farm For Sale. Tho northeast quarter (nol) section twenty.four (21) township thirteen (18) range thirty (30) about uoven miles southeast of North Platte on south side of 'Platte river, all smooth lund near hills, good buildings, fifteen acres in nlfalfn, ono of boat farms in Plntto vnlloy Price $10,000.00. Terms, half cash, balance on easy time at 7 per ct-nt Interest. Address Josoph Horshey North Platte, Neb. Notice of Sale. To W, W. Vernon ami others who raayj be interested: j YOU are herebv notified thnt am. ahsll ' offer, at public sale and sell to the high-- est cash bidder at 2:00 o'clock p. m. central time, on the 9th day of No- 1 vember, 1912, at our storage room in the rear of 114 East Front street, in the city of North Platte, Lincoln coun ty, Nebraska, the following described houshold goods, to wit: 1 white iron bedstead 1 kitchen cabinet 1 washing machine 1 center table 2 dressers 1 table 2 rocking chairs 4 dining room chairs. The proceeds from said sale will be applied on the payment of $20. GO stor age bill, advertising1 nnd selling -said goods. American Investment & Loan Co. L Each, morning the iirst ten. customers i The first ten costomerswiS. receive, 10 i THE Prices on our- goods have filled our store lull ol buyers from the time we opened the doors Wed nesday morning; and still filling the store fuller every day of the sale. This means that we give real bargains. Each day we add more specials. So be there to get them- i" t . . ; ixtra Specials for Balance of Sale Extra Special FIRST "WEEK OF SALE: Extra Special SECOiNT WEEK OF SALE wiH receive 10 yards best caUcci" lor -rW yards of Hope rluslm, worth. 10c iA a yard, for 4v C Extra Special in Men's Clothing, Special frarchase in men's extra fise- stilts,. ail ne-w models,, m, blue and brows mhe tuxesk aboct aH sizes $15 Suits 8.48 I1 Mes heavy mixture overcoats jod serge lining- $15 Overcoat $7.48 20 per Cent Discount on any suit or overcoat in stock. Every garment has the price on it in plain figure. Shoes! Shoes! Prices Cut to Pieces, $3.00 Boys' Shoes at 31.93. Extra special in Boys Shoes, but ton and lace, special at 1; 200 pairs Ladies' Lace or Button Shoes, up to date styles, about all sizes, values $3.50, special at Men's Shoes ? T8!"65'..0"1 ,an $2.19 Ladies' and Children's Coats, Dresses, Suits, Skirts, and Furs. Prices Cut Deep. $10 Skirts $3.50. ! $i? sn paral rvf s q Sizes 16 to 46 all lined. $3.50. $6.98. Seventy-five Ladies Serge, Panama, voikill and mixture skirts. $18 Ladies' Suits $12.00 20 Per Cent Discount Skinners Satin lined serge (blue) suits. Just received a new shipment of the l?flfi latest styles in Ladies and Childrens $li. UU coats; nothing like them in town. $5.00 Silk Taffeta or Messa line Petticoats, all colors S2.48 48c Ladies 65c fleeced lined vests or pants . One Hundred Ladies cotton Q A fleeced union suit all size per suit OUC Men's fleeced shirts or drawers 65-cent value, each 39c 1,000 Pair Men's Pants $1.75 Men's Heavy Fancy Noveltr Pants c-i lt (dark colors) Special at. ol.i" Men's Plain and fancy stnpe Pacts, sold up . no to $3.00 per pair, goat ...ll.VO Men's Pant3 in all colors, plain and fancy - nn weaves and .stripes, sold up to $5 75, go at." 0,70 Men's Corduroy pants go at Q4 , NOTICE TO FARMERS. We invite every farmer who has a Sears & Robuck catalogue to bring it along, and quality considered, we will meet prices. THE LEADER, The Great Bargain 1 T ypr 13 r rr Center of Town . . riCi 9 I Up, i it wBt J7 tafeijgntii in frr1" """' " fji