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s PHONE 4 OR 8 ! JjJ For Your Drugs. Orders Dc- U livorod promptly. REXALL and NYAL J- DRUG STORES ip Locai and Personal " W. J. Tiloy transacted business In Pflxton Wednesday. Little Margaret O'Keofe has been very ill for several days. C. 0. Wcingnnd transacted business in Ogalalla Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E Moore, of Gering, are spending a few days in town. Fred Letts left Wednesday afternoon for Denver to transact business. Mrs. Jack Palmer Idf t tho first of this week for Callaway to visit relatives. Mrs. George Voseipka will entertain the Nevita CInb Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Floyd Passmoro left Wednesday evening for Omaha to visitherhusband. Fred Garlow left Tuesday cvoning or Omaha to spend several, days on business. Miss LaVnughn CarroJI has returned from Sidney where she was called by death of a relative. Mrs. G. H. Miller, who has been visiting in Grand Island for a woek, is expected to return Sunday. Mr. Pulls, of Wellfleet, was operated upon last week at tho P. & S. hospital, and Is progressing nicely. Mrs. Fred Wostcnfleld entertained a party of friends nt a luncheon and ken aington Tuesday uftornoon. Mrs. Oricfc Bunting and daughter Forn loft Wednesday for Beatrice whore they wlll.'mako thoir homo. Leslie Baskins will roturn to the state university tomorrow after spend ing a week with tho home folks. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith left Wed nesday afternoon for Sterling to trans act business for several days. Miss Florence Antonidos, of the Kearney Normal, came up Wadnoaday to spend her Eastor holidays at homo. Mr. and Mrs. Lawheodwentto Grand Island the first of this week to attend the funoral of tho late Nelson Nichols. Pittsburg Perfect Electric Weld Fenc cing, Grand Islnnd . Barbed Fencing, Barbwiro nnd nails for salo at Hcrshoy"' Etli and Locust Sts., Phono 1C. tf Mrs. Earl Stamp, who has been visit ing hor sister in Council Bluffs for n wcok past, is expected to return tomor row. " Miss Isabella Dornn camo up from the Kearney normal Wednesday evening to visit tho homo folks'durlng tho Easter vacation. James Hartmun wlp has boon taking ear treatments in Omaha for somo timo is gotting along nicely und will return homo noxt week. Thomas Bnldock,rc turned to Council Bluffs Wednesday after spending a week here dn business and visiting hit) soh WilliutiiBuldock. .Tho World Herald of Wednesday :rocords tho marriage license of Russell Wl'IiamBof York, nnd Miss Cleda Morriss of Lincoln. The latter for merly lived in this city. For Sulo My property ut 323 Wost 8th Street. Gko. S. Baskins. MissEthol McVoy who Is attending tho Kearney Normal camo up Wednes day ovoning to visit hor sister Mrs. S. 'Throckmorton for a week. , M.iso Sophie Sudman, who visited Mr. . and Mrs. Virgil Padgot this week, left Wcdnesdny morning for Pnxton to at tend tho Crook-Enkins wedding. Tho principals in an oloriemnnfc r Oakland, Cal., last week wore Arthur J. Crydorman, formorly of this city, and Miss Lucille Morgan, of Denver. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Woodcox and daughter Helon, of Willow Island, woro In town Wednesday while onrouto to Oshkosh to visit relatives. Mrs. Wood cox was formerly MIsb Mazlo Hayes, of this city. Buy lots In Fairvlew Addition. Now is your chance. Do not dolay. Desir able location and easy payments. Phono RedG72. , ,,F. J. Diener & Co. tf Friends In this city havo received In vitations to tho marriage' of Miss Emma It. Corfiold and George S. Arnold, which will take place Thursday Evening, March 27th, at tho Baptist church in Maxwell, Miss Delia Baker, daughter of John Baker of tho Buffalo Bill Wild West, who'spent hor childhood In this city with her grandmother was married las week to n prominent young man of New Rocholle, New York. About two Inchos of snow fell Wed nesday night and yesterday. For a timo yesterday morning it looked as though we might havo a ropotition of the bliz zard of last wak, but fortunatoly tho wind subsided. AN INVESTMENT PROPOSITION. We have ten acres Rated adjoining tho Burlington chop grounds on south and Penlston Addition on tho east. This tract can be platted Into tour blocks or 48 building lotM that can bo sold for an average ol $200 each, making $0000.00 If taken aoon we can moke tho vory low prlco ol $3000.00 for tho tract. Terms ball cash and balance on timo. 18-4 Buchanan &. Patterson. Local and Personal. Mrs, William Huddart has returned from a short visit in Lincoln. Fred Ginn returned a few days ago from Grand Island and Omaha. Every known kind of insurance, W. H. C. Woodhurst Insuranco Agent. Victor Halligan returns to the stnto university tomorrow after a veek's vacation here; Sol Hodes came In from the east Wednesday and will spend a few days herq on business. , uoorgo Smith left Tuesday eveningly for Denver and Kansas City to spend i month with relatives. Miss Mabel Krab loft a few dayB ago for Paxton to act as bridesmaid at the Crook-Eakins wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Sclby havo re turned from St. Joe and Kansas City whore they purchased summer goods for their store. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stebblns are re joicing over tho arrival of a baby boy which was born to them nt the P. & S. hospital the latter part of last week. Hermine Bailoy was granted a divorce from Edyvard Bailey in the district court this week for cruelty nnd non- support. They wore married December 4th, 1901, and have two, children aged G and thrco years. Gonl. Manager Ware, of the Union Pacific, went through Wednesday from 3idney where he wont to conduct tho inquiry -Into tho wreck at Hcrndon. Mr. Ware oxpocted to spcnd day or tWO in tOWIt. but Unoxneetfld hnainnau domanded his immediate return to Omaha. r, For 'Sale Plvmnnlti Hnir act fnr settingj 50 cents for setting, or $3.00 per iuu. Muen naspoi, iNortn riatto. Only a few mombera of tho local au tomobile club responded to tho call for a meeting at tho Elks' homo Wednes day ovoning and adjournment was taken until a later date. Tho new route book of the stnto has ben received nnd is ready for distribution by tho local sec retary, Minor Hinman. Mrs. Fred Warren, who will soon leave for Omaha to make hor home, was given a farowoll party Tuesday afternoon at the Bratt rosidence by members of tho Christian Scienco aociety. She wns presented with a handsome society pin by tho score or more ladjes present. Refreshments were served at tho close of the after noon. Wilcoxson's Employment Agenoy fur nishes all kinds of help free, 'phone 9G. Office hours 9 n. m to 4 p. m. 100- A gentleman who was at the depot Tuesday night waiting on a belated train, found sovoral womon with child ren asleep on tho uncomfortable benches. Ho suggests that it would bo a great convenience for waiting passen gora if tho company would furnish a fow rocking or easy chairs, especially for tho use of women with Bmnll child ren. Arthur W. Snmuelson nnd Miss Daisy Johnson woro quietly united in mnrringo Inst Wednesday night. R. B. Fnvor ight performed tho ceremony in tho presence of only immedinto relativea on the Dlenor plnco south oust of tho city. Tho young couple took up their united lifo immediately upon tho Snmelson firm whero they will make their home. UisB Mr.ta. Rumhaugh, o,f Ognlnlln, and W. J. Splndler,' of Lewellen, wero married in this city tfib Jlratof this week. Thobndo has frequently visited tho Misses Lnngford'nnd Is well known among thqlocnl peoplo Tho groom is n successful bilsiness'mnn of Lewellen, whero they will make their homo after n trip through eastern cities. Rev. Cram officiated at the ceremony. If seeking safe investments for your idle money you can't do better than place your money in a first mortgage loan netting 7 ncr cent nnd m;. nnnual interest. This is thp best pay ing and safest investment you can make. Bratt & Goodman. A pretty party was held Tuesday u"",uuu "J "'" "in century u ub AfiuhAfu.. wi. ...;.. .. .. .,u,iiU ul .mo, 1'iiuiK uucnanan. red nnd whlto wore the color used in eon . Irt the guessing contests Mesdames decorations, favors, games nnd lunch Harry Mitchell, T. J. Korr and John Vosoipka were awarded prizes. Tho entertainment committee who assisted tho hostess woro Mosdames Edwards, Troupe.RMalmsteln and Throckmorton. Misses Ethel Johnson, Lucille McFar landand Bqrtha Votaw assisted in serv ing. The board of inquiry which conducted tho officials investigation of the Union Pacific into the .wrock between extra freight trains Nos. 504 and 501 nnd Horndon west of Sidney on Thursday night of last Week In which five men werokilled, reported that tho cause was due to the failure of Engineer Horbert Cameron of No. 50J toobsorvo tho home block signal nt Herndon and the failuro of Conduator Ray Phillips and Brake man Charles E. Cradit of No. 504 to go back with danger slgnaU and protect their tralri. ' Reliability. Tho flulck enr is called upon to render harder service In ovory territory than any other nutomobile manufactured. The owner of a Bulok does not hesitate to use his car when conditions are con sidered by ownora of other cars ns un fit for motor travel. During tho re cent blizzard, Jim. Jensen with his Rlliek ".in" mn1i it fi-in fltr., mtloo :.,. I tllA rnlltiftir .mil ltii.r.l I.MAA ..! Local and Personal. . M. J. Forbos transacted business in MnxWoll Wednesday. A masquerade dance was held Wed nesday evcnliig in the K. P. hall. G. II. Miller left, Tuesday for his ranch near Gering to spend a week. Edward Cornwell wns taken 111 with tho mumps the first of this week. W. II. McDonald transacted business in Omaha the latter part of last week. Rev. T. D. Sullivan, of Elm Creok, is spending a few days hero thi3 week. Joseph Baskins, of Alliance, is trans acting business and visiting friends In town. , John Bratt left Wednesday evening for Omaha to spend soveral days on business. Mrs. Fred Thompson, who went to Lincoln last wook, returned homo the first df this week. Miss Winnlo Bridges returned last evening from a short visit in Gothen burg and Brady. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Palmer are en joying a visit from the latter's father Mr. Harrow, of Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hibbert re turned Wednesday afternoon from a short visit in Kearney. t Mrs. Lester Walker and daughter Mae loft Wednesday morning for St. Joo to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cun ningham. Charles Terrell camo. up from Omaha tho first of this week to visit his wife who ia the the gucBt of her parents Mr. and Mrs. James Rannie. Bruce Stuart, formerly of this city, who has been a resident of Oakland, Cal., for several years, arrived Wod nosday to visit his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Stuart. Newest styles in millinery at popular prices. Parlor Millinery, 300 East 3rd street. Leslie Cokor, the sixteen year .old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Cokcr, of Sutherland, wholwns operated upon for ndnoids at the P. & S. hospital this week, is progressing nicely. r Sam Lore, of Le'avcn worth, Ivans., who has been employed for soveral weeks in the Osborne barber shop, was married at noon yesterday to Miss Frakor of this city by Judge Grant. Tho meeting of tho S. O. C. club which was announced to be hold at the homo of Mrs. W. H.Stegall Wednesday has been postponed nnd, will meet in two weeks with Mrs. Robert Lannin. Lourghn Carroll, of Cambridge, ,, and Owon Carroll, of Alda, who visited tho Carroll family hero while enrouto homo from tho funornl of a rolatlvo at Sidney, left Tuesday nftornoon. Mr.' and Mrs. B. A. Ehas nnd .baby, of Onard, Calif., are expected early next month to visit the former's par ents while enrouto to Chicago to visit the long lost father of Mrs. Elins. Last Monday tho receipts of parcels at tho local postofiice numbered one hundred nnd twenty-eight, this being the largest number received during any ono day sinpo the parcels post low be camo effective. James Weston who was nrrestod re cently for robbing n mail sack was in dicted Tuesday nftornoon by tho grand jury of Omaha and will bo tried in tho U. S. federal court in May. During tho storm tho latter part of last week sections of seven stalls at the now round house, which woro under construction, wero blown down result ing in a damage of several hundred dol lars nnd causing great inconvenience and delay in the work. Tho running time of tho new through train which goes on April 1st will bo sixty-four hours and thirty minutes be tween Chicago and San Fran cisco, and coming east tho timo will bo sixty-fivo hours. A now time yard will go into effect on tho Union Pacific April 1st, this being made necossary by the new train. p. ni for Kent. .. . . . J10?1". .ha.v an ?nd grazing land, S,fe!poiJl s and storage room by lssiis iff, 1 Perfection Oil For Incubators is the best. It burns cleqn and evenly no chance of smoke or soot. It makes steady burning certain. It's the incubator oil without a risk. It's clean tank wagon oil, not barrel oil. Dealen everjrwhae STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Nebraska) Local and Personal Mrs, W. T. Beery, of Omaha, who visited local friend? this weolc, has re turned home. Mrs. Ashey, of Fairfiold, who visited her sister Mrs. Tatman this week re turned home yesterdny afternoon. Mrs. N. F. Clough returned yester day morning from Ogalalla where she visited her danghtcr Mrs. Arrowsmith. Miss Ethel Grady, of Grand-Island, is expected Sunday afternoon to visit Miss Kathleen Flynn and attend the Easter Ball. O. II. Snwer, secretary of tho locpl Y. M. C. A. returned Wednesday from Lincoln where ho attonded tho state convention. ' Frederick Splinter age 20 and Violet Filbert age 19, both of Wellfieot, were marrid Wednesday morning by County Judge Grant. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Curtis, of Tiskilwa, 111., former rosidents of North Platte, have been Visiting local friends for a couplo of days while onrouto homo from California. We havo some good rqsidenco prop perties for sale, also money to loan on real estate. Some lots In different parts of the city. F. J. Diener & Co.. Phone Red 572. 14L The twenty-sixth annual mooting of the Mutual Building and Loan associa tion will be held at the district court room tomorrow evening at oighto'clock. Tho annual roport will bo presented in printed form, three directors elected and other business transacted. It is re quested that thoro bo a -large atten dance of tho stockholders, of whom there are 600. For Sale. '1 Regina music box 1 hard coal burner 2 couches 1 dining room table 1 sideboard 1 book case 1 clothes wringer chairs and other household goods porch posts 3 sets of steps . 4 hundred bricks water closet Inquire at 303 East Second street. For Sale. The southeast quarter of section 5-1-31 and the EJ SWJ of SWJ, GO acres, in Section 2-13-31; $30 per acre, one third cash, terms to suit on balance, six per cent interest. Also Block 3, South Park addition to North Plntto, Prico $1600; one-half cash. Address, II. E. Nichols. Sterling, Colo. Stone Drug Co. xa& DON'T TAKE CHANCES Don't risk a setting with poor oil even the best incubator needs a good oil. Omaha I EfmD & PHONE 208. Will have a full supply of all the good things that you may want for your EASTER DINNER Celery, Head Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce, "Wax Beans, Spinnach, Ripe Tomatoes, Shallotts, Radishes Hot House Cucumbers, Sweet Potatoes . Cabbage, New Potatoes, Green Peppers, Fresh Strawberries, , All Kinds of Fjuit. Call early for Wanted . . Horses and Mules We are coming- to yo'ur town to buy horses K and mules. Bring- in the ones that are in good p flesh and hair if you want the best prices for them. All other kinds will be bought in their class, p Unng in your horse or mule to the most convenient of thes'e towns on the date' mentioned. Julesburg, Wednesday, March 26, forenoon.' c Bicsririnprs. Wrlnfsrlnv. MafrTi 5fi nffornnnn c Brule, Thursday, March 27, forenoon. Ogalalla, Thursday, March 27, afternoon. Herohey, Frjday, March 28, forenoon. North Platte, Friday, March 28, afternoon. Cozad, Saturday, March 29, forenoon. Gothenburg, Saturday, March 29, afternoon. 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