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v , w , - ,1 - if. Pretty Easter Gifts Are always apreciatcd if selected from articles that can be kept and are of service. Our new goods will add to the attire and others are . useful mementos of Easter tide. Pretty Bar Pins, Cuff Pins, Beauty Pins, Link Cuff Buttons, Hair Ornaments, Blue Bird Pins, Rosaries. New Scapular medal locket, crosses and crucifixes. We are always showing the new goods. if f DIXON, The Jeweler, U. P. Watch aaaesaaeeeeeeoeeaea S ' DR. 0 II. CRESSLER. I S Graduate Denlisl. - S a 2 Office over the McDonald J e State Bank. e a a aeaaaaaaaasaaaaaaaaaace Local and Personal. Mr. and Mr. L. W. Hastings re turned the latter part of last week from a visit in eastern point. Be sure and got a package at Clin ton's package sale, Saturday morning, 25c a package. J. C. McCoy, of Lewellen, lost 400 head of j cattle, and Everett Eldridgo living north tf that place lost ovor 500 head in last week's storm. District Manager Bryan, of tho Grand Island sugar factory, has been in Lin coln this week cpntracting for foreign labor tp work in tho beet fields. Mrs. James Loudon and her Sunday School Class will entertain the Gleaners and the Young Men's Club of the Baptist church in the parlors of tho church to night. J. B. Cross who had beSn visiting relatives in Denver for several months returned here tho first of this week to spend the summer with his son F. W. Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cciker, of Sutherland, who wore called hare tho first of this week by the illness of their son at the P. & S. hospital, left for home yesterday afternoon. Gasoline and oil stoves cleaned nnd re paired. Peter M. McGovern, phone 390. tf Tho Sutherland Free Lance reports the death of GOO cattle in tho section tributary to that town during tho bliz zard of last week. Jack Palmer, well known in North Platte, lost 200 head. Down at Grand Island tho Union Pacific has appropriated $480 for, elec troliers to be placed on the streets near the depot. If all the property owners of North Platte were live wires and would conclude to put in the electrolier system of lighting, we are assured the Union Pacific would do its share. This is Good Friday, the day on which we are supposed to. plant early pota toes; it is also, according to the almanac, the first day of spring. However, as Weather Observer Shilling reported a temperature of ten degrees below zero this morning, we will delay planting potatoes until next week; we also ques tion if today is really the opening of the spring season. '"Bush, children, A Distant Message It is wonderful how much pleasure can bo obtained from a talk over the Bell Telephone. To the members of the family who are away, it is so pleasant to hear the laughing, cheery voices of the home folks over the telephone. To bo of tho greatest value tho telephone must make neighbors of everyone everywhere. Bell Telephone service takes no heed-of city limits or state lines. Bell Telephone Lines Reach Nearly Everywhere. NEBRASKA t r -H-rrrriTrtrr,"v,1J,M 8 B&KBIS , 4 Inspector. J. J. Halhgan has been transacting business in Omaha for a day or two past. A njno pound baby boy was born yes terday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Padget. The Brotherhood of tho Presbyterian church will meet this evening in the pastor's study at the churcfi. Don't forget your package at Clin ton's package salo Saturday morning. Mrs. Bruce is enjoying a visit from her sister who came Saturday from tho eastern part of the stato. Miss Ruth Loan camo up from Goth enburg this morning to visit her sister Mrs. Alex Brooks for a week. Mrs. James L. Loudon will entertain the Baptist aid society in the basement of the new church this afternoon. Miss Harriet Fregno, of Lexington, is expected Monday to attend tho Easter Ball and visit Mis3 Alice Otten. Be sure and get n package at Clin ton's package sale Saturday, 25 cents a package. J. H. Edmisten went to Ljncoln the early part of the week to attond the banquet tendered W. J. Bryan by tho democrats of the state. Weather forecast: Fair tonight, Sat urday fair and not so cold. Highest temperature yesterday 10, n year ago 19; lowest last night -10 a year ago -7. The Hinman lodging house has been undergoing n thorough renovation and will ber refurnished throughout. Tho work will be completed tho early part of next week and u formal opening held. P. H. McKvoy and son Arthur have returned from Omaha where the latter had h piece of glass removed from an eye. The operation was a very deli cate one and required three hours time. The public sale of cows, farm imple ments etc., announced for March 15th will be held at the Hershey Implement Store at 1 p. m., Saturday atternoon March 22nd. Notice the ad in this paper. Beautiful new line of Fisk pattern hats now $10, special Saturday $4.75 at Parlor Millinery, 300 East Third. William H. Hamilton and Mrs,. Gertrude R.Bush of this city were mar ried last Saturday afternoon by Judge Grant. For tho present they will re sido with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tobas. Miss Tangley, tho mind reader who has been at the Keith this week, has attracted large audionces, and her de monstrations aro mystifiying to her hoarers. 'his attraction together with the other features has made the Keith the most popular place in town this week. it's daddy talking:"' TELEPHONE COMPANY NT "wsBMauMuaiam THE EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES rilESnYTEIUAN 10 a. m. Easter exorcises by the primary department of tho Sunday School; 11 a. m. Organ Prelude, Easter Dawn; Anthom, "Jesus Christ is Risen Today;" Solo, Miss Rudolph; Sacrament of Baptism, Reception of new members and an address on "The Immortality of the Soul," by tho pastor Rev. J. C. Christie; Offertory, "I Know that my Redeemer Livoth;" Easter Postludo. - EVENING rilAISE SEKVICE. Prelude, "Christ Is Risen;" song, "Christ tho Lord is Risen today;" an them, "Hark. Hark my Soul;" duet "The Day is Dying In the West;" Dr. and Mrs. Leininger; scripture reading; anthem "God over all forever bles sed;" Hoyser. Significance of Eas ter, Rev. J. C. Christie. Solo Jerusalem by Parker, Mrs. Loininger; offertory, pastoiale; solo Easter song, Miss Rudolph: song "Ho Sits on Yonder Throne," Harwell; anthemr- "Hosanna," Granior, post, lude festal march. METHODIST Sunday School 9:45 a. m. thore will bo good music, an Easter lesson and an Easter offering for missions; prenching nnd special Easter muBic at 11 a. m. The theme for "the morning hour will be, "A Resurrection Halleluiah;" Junior League 2:30 p. m., this will bo a spiritual hour with the children) Ep worth League 6:30 p. m.; Good music, earnest heart talks, and an Easter offer ing for missions, will bo features of this service; Sacred Concert by tho Choir at 8 p. m., this will bo an"enjoy able hour. AH aro invited to tneso services. EPISCOPAL Musical program for Easter Sunday: Processional hymn. "Christ Our PaBsover" by Simper. "To Deum" by Kingsbury. "Jubilate" by Brackett. Communion service (music by Wilk inson.) Anthem - "Halleujah, Christ is Risen." by E. A. .Claire. Recessional Hymn. The services at the church will be as follows: Early celebration of Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m. The services will be full of musical numbers at 10 a. m. Tho choir ha3 prepared special music for the Eastor service and no one ought to miss being present to worship God in prayer nnd praise on Easter morning. Come out and join us in our worship. Strangers cordially in vited nnd all communicants aro urged to come and unite togothorin this great feast of joy. Children's festival ser vice at 7:30 p. m. to which the parents aro cordially invitod. Special offerings on Easter day. LUT.IIE'raN EASTER DAY. Morning service at 10 o'clock, Holy communion and tho special Easter music by the choir. .Anthem, "Christ is Risen;" Trio "Fainting under tho Crown," Messrs. Harry Moore, J. Shaeffer, A. T. Yost. Evening service cantata - The Conquering King consist ing of the following numbers! Organ voluntary, Mrs. Huxoll. , , , Tart I Anthem, "Ridfe on in ' Majesty;" ladies quartet "Zion's Daughter, Weep No More," Misses Dioner, Huff man, Miinhall and Mrs. Huffman; an them "Surely Ho Hath Borne Our Grief," Mr.' Yost, Mrs. Huffman nnd choir; duet "When I survey tho Won drous Cross," Miss and Mrs. Huffman; men's trio "Jesus Lives," Messrs. Moore, Shaeffer nnd Yost. NPart II Base nnd tenor solo "Why Weapest Thou." Messrs. Yost, Shaeffer and choir; tenor solo and duet, Mr. Moore. Miss Dienerand choir; solo "Jerusalem Awaken, "Miss Huffman; baritone solo "How Calm and Beautiful," Mr. Yost and chorus; song "Lift up your Heads." choir; duet "The Saviour Liveth," Mrs. Huffman and Mr. Mooro; "Rejoice the Lord is King" Final Chorus. Wanted to End Life. Minnie Roberts, a sixteen yenr old girl whose conduct is beyond tho re straint of her mother, was taken in custody by Deputy Sheriff Watts this morning. Wednesday information was filed against alleging that she was a fit person to bo sent to the reform school, and tho hearing set for tomorrow. Yesterday sho visited several drug stores and attempted to purchase poison with which to end life. Theso attemnts to purchase deadly drugs was tipped off to Officer Watts and ho took her in custody. She had in her possession a partly finished letter addressed to a young man in which sho announced her intention of committing suicide. Up to date line of pattern and tailored hats on dinplay Friday and Saturday at the Parlor Millinery, 300 East 3rd street . ,01rl Line Bankers Life, LincolnNeb. W. H. C. Woodhurst, Agency. 14-6 Earl Stamp returned this morning from short visit in the eastern part of the state. Don't forget your packago at Clin ton s package sale Saturday morning. Cy. Kussell roturned Wednesday l, .; iiuiu uiiiuub wnere no visited his wife who is ill at ono of the hospitals in that city. ' FoundOn the street by B. J. Guy man a pair of glasses. Owner can have same by calling at this office and pay ing for this notice. J. R. Ritner, who recently purchased the vacant lot enst of his feed store on west Sixth street will erect thereon a 22x100 onc-story concrete building this summer. Bo sure and get a packago ton's package sale, Saturday 2Gc a package. at Clin morning, MrrMP?Jtown?rs!n,y,at Part of tho North Platte school district lying west of the city are circulating a petition ask- ing that they be permitted to withdraw from tho North Platte district and or- ganize a districtof their own. The Nebraska hoimn Hiin.i ,,. v..,.i. 1.... I.III .. -1. " "--."""" " 1VKI.1V- ' T "" lu reuueo ireignt rates yester day afternoon. Tho final voto was 48 i yeas and 40 nays. Tho bill providos for a ten cent reduction' in freight rates on live stock, lumber, coal, building ma" terlal. potatoes, grain and -fruits in cnrlots and a 20 per cent reduction of cln a rates, 4 MILLINERY EASTER SPECIAL. Ladies on Saturday, March 22d, for one day only, you can find a line of up-to-date tailored, street nnd dress hats that arc marked from $5.50 to ?8 50 for $4.08. Call and be con vinced that our styles and quality arc the best. Ye can save you money anything in the millinery line. Mrs. B. F. Sailor at The Leader. Local and Personal Don't forget your packago at Clin ton'sjpackago salo Saturday 'morning. F. C. Pielsticker has been transact ing business in Wallaco for several days. For Sale Rooming house, 16 rooms. Apply at this office. tf Misses Irene vouTrot andMaymeMc Micheal spent Monday in Sutherland. Mrs. George Hntfield left Tuesday for Paxton to spei.d a week with rela tives. Mr. and Mr?. C. O. Troy loft Tuos duy evening to visit relatives in Kansas City. For Rent-Furnished rooms, all modern. 123 East 10th, phone red 517. Miss Maud Miller left Thesday morn ing for Chappell to visit her mother for a week. Mrs. Sacket, of Salt Lake City, is visiting this week with her sister Mrs. Edward Yoarsley. Mrs. Funk, of Salt Lako City, ar rived yesterday morning to visit hor daughter Mrs. Edwaid Yoarsley. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tobas aro planning to leave the latter part of next month for California to spend tho summer. Money to loan on real estate. liratt & Goodman. A boy baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. G. II Miller the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hussoy, of Cozad, visited Tuesday with Miss Lois Payne on their way to Denver. Miss Anna Flynn pleasantly tained eight young ladies at o'clock tea Monday afternoon. enter n five If you aro contemplating building a residence this spring see McNamara's plans and specifications. Phono Black 2G7. Miss Pearl Tagador, who was called here six weeks ago by tho Illness of her mother, returned to Gibbon Wednesday afternoon. Will Votaw of tho Stato University who spent this week with town friend and relatives will leave tomorrow. l Mrs. k. w. Urano and daughter came up from Lincoln Tuesday evening to yisit her parents Mr. and Mrs. San ford Hartman. The Zocfiacal'Lidht. Thoic is a strange light In the henv ens appearing afler fJunset In the Iqte winter and In spring and before sunrise- lu the autumn, but few portions In our' latitudes have over seen it. In the equatorial regions, however, and In certain parts of the tropics the zo diacal light appears with great spendnr, and some remnrUnble views of It were obtained by a French expedition to tln interior of the Sahara, undertnl.en for the purpose of studying the effects of tho -unclouded sun on the dry air of the desert. Tho mysterious light, In tho form of a vast triangle, rising high lu the heavens, appeared nearly three times ns bright as the Milky wny. Science has not entirely solved the problem of the origin of this light, but It. Is thought that It Is nn appendage of the sun. Harper's Weekly. " . Hcdgohog as Food. Tho hedgehog as food Is oven more neglected than the frog, yet those who have tasted a properly conked hedge hog proclaim It the best eating of all our native wljd animals. According to Mr. llnrwood Urlerloy, "the hedge hog may he stewed or spltchcocUcd. toasted v roasted. But It tastes best baked In clay In n wood lire. As the incrustation comes off It brings nlso the adhering" spines and all tho skin, leaving a luxurious little Joint, complete, emitting nn appetizing re minder of anything from hnro to young pork. The hedgehog so treated consists of white, sweet, tender flesh, nowise Inferior to sucking pig or a spring chicken, the flavor being even more dellcnte than the savor." Lon don Chronicle. Wanted A man to work on farm. Inquiro at Doolittlo Bakery. . 1G-2 Proclamation. Notico is hereby given that on Tues day, the 1st day of April, A. D... 1913. a general election will be hold in tho city of North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska, between the hours of 9 ociock a. in., and 7:00 o'clock p. m. In the First ward at tho hose house in said ward; in the Second ward, in tho Commissioner's room of the court houso in said ward; in the Third ward In the hose house in said ward and in the Fourth ward at tho hose houso In aaid ward. At which election there will bo elected: One mayor for tho city of North Platte to sorve two years. One city clerk for tho city of North Platto to serve two years. One city trensurer for tho city of North Platte to serve two years One councilman from tho First ward to serve two years. One councilman from tho Second fWnrd to serve two years. Ono councilman from the Second ward to scve one year. One councilman from tho Third ward to servo two years. Ono cquncilman from tho Fourth ward to servo two years. uno water commissioner for -the city of North Piatto to servo two vears. Two members of tho school for the school district of the city of North Platto for the term of three years. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 20th day of March, A. Thos. f. Pattmison, Mayor. C, F. Tuil'M., City Clerk. UMaUUlUlJL. IIIIMI IIIIIIHIIIIiMMaHMffiSMHMj I What are You Paying I 1 for Groceries? g on wo DOU m 20 lbs Granulated bcetij rr Sugar, JI.UU 18 lbs Granulated cancel tt Sugar, for Al.Ull Tomatoes, full sizo can ( standard per can 1UC Corn Btandnrd per ''an 7c r 1 cans for DC Quaker Qnts large pkg.. ZuC Quaker Oats nmall pkg.. IOC E. C. Corn Flakes 4 pkg.. 25C Broken Rico per Jl 5C Rico JaptypeAt 10s for... 25C Prunes small size per lb. . . . DC Corn Starch por pkg OC Gloss Starch por pkg 5C Corp Starch Kingnfords per n pkK 5C Silver Gloss. Starch per pkg oC Yeast Foam 4c pkg 3 for.. IQC Lewis Lye por can oC Eaglo Lyo per can QC American Lye per can..-. ... oC We pay cosh or ilcox Department Store. Saturday, March 22, 1913 at 1 O'clock p. m., at my Implement Store corner 5th and Locust Streets, North Platte, Neb. , Farm Implements. Some New and Some Second Hand. Farm Wagons Spring Wagons Plows Cultivators Riding Attachments for Plows Hay Presses Plowing Machines Hay Rakes Disc Grain Drills Deering Harvester and Binder Stackers and Sweeps Heavy and Light Harness Milch Cows and Heifers Fresh or near fresh, including some grade Jerseys; Poultry Including some pure bred Plymouth Rocks Terms: Sums of $20 and under, eight. month's time will heaiinir ton cent interest from int nt nnlo Tiiw,.. cent off for cash. No property to Jos. Hershey, Hattie ML Hershey. F. C. Pielsticker, Clerk. T. F. Watts, Auctioneer UHEKKB-i u IS A nice five room cottage, new and modern ex cept heat, located on east Sixth street. Price $2,300. Five room house and barn, South Dewey street. $1,250. Extra erood seven room house, ham nnrl ntiM-miir!-. ings, house modern except" heat, $3, 100. ' East 'Third street two blocks from court house. Five room house and barn located on WesTThird street, close to Washington school. Price $2,000. The lot is worth the money. t Good seven room, two story dwelling on West , Third street, east of Washington school. Price $3,000 Nice six room cottage 721 West Seventh street, handy to new round house. Modern except heat. Price 2,200. Extra nice 4 room cottage on West Tenth street, in the 600 block. Price $1,750. x Good eight room dwelling on West Tenth street, in the goo block. Price $1,700. ' ' All nf lllfC nmnrtrltnr' ...,. .!.!.. U.. .... w ...v. i'.Uwnv.a u c uauitc uargains and can be bought on easy terms. Be sure and see these ' ueiore you uuy. Buchanan Sole Fels Naptlia Soap per cake. 5C Soda Crackers largo boxos 1 perlb 02C Oyster Crackers largo l boxes per lb 0C K. C. Baking Powder 25 ozcan...... ZlC Royal Baking Powder 1G i r or can , 40C Dr. Prices Baking Powder ir? IGozcan 4DC Kraut porcon .... I(JC Hominy per can.. t ,. I(C Pink Salmon per can.,... luC Sweet Potatoes per can. . I iC Potatoes lfic peck por en bushel 5UC Coffee fair gradd por lb... 2uC California Fruits in good ia syrup per (fan ZUC Cocoanut best grade J lb j- packuga per pkg IOC Evaporated Apples por j ' Ilorso Shoo Tobacco, por i m ib :.... 45c Spear Head Tobacco por 1 p ib .. 45c Star Tobacco por lb 45C J . T. Tobacco perlb 40C your butter and eggs. .poiied. Sale! cash. On aumB ovor that amount be given on good bankable notes bo removed until Settled for. ler WHK & Patterson, Agents.