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' I,: i'fi St. '- V' " ."':- lt7"x I i . rrj. " , 1 list,. : h rac-' mv ". . '" ' JL" . ' TELL your Luaband that you would like table silrer for a gift. Tell lum alao that Community Silrer 10 the beat plated ware made, out costs no 'i more than otber kinds. If BiXON, I The Jeweler. J I ill IJMII I ii S; ml if' "Tr i i ' i Easter Suits, Coals and Dresses in the season's most attractive creations are here for your inspection. The well dressed women will find in our assbrt riient of wearing apparel the most distinctive models, """selected with special reference , above everything else Moderately Priced wwiwBWi m w mwm.vvmwnmtwi w a mwwwwjw Ladies' Outfitting Store P Bring all kinds of MACHINE WORK To the best equipped machine shop west of Omaha. Agents for FORD and STUDEBAKEft CARS. Hendy & Ogier Auto Co. t'M'n-r ! w d F'trih Street". j a wnpHiin Local and Personal. Mrs. Moi-v Finch, of Chevenuo, is Vifitlng in thi city lor n foW diys with her daughter, Mrs. Dan Robot Is. KcomS at Commercial limine $1.50 per week and up, 21G East Fifth etreot. Miss Alice C. Gilchrist of Omaha, will arrive in North Platte tomorrow and will be the guest of Dr. and Mr?. V. Lucas over Sunday. Special showing of dress hats for Easter next week at the Hat Shop. 21-2 See "Sapho" at the Pat Friday and Saturday six reels. The greatest sensa tional photoplayever produced. Admis sion 5c and 15c. Get Cedar Moss from Mrs. Theresa Halderman. Phone Black 3G8. Dr. W. W. Saddler, of Hershey, was in the city yesterday on professional business. He returned home in the afternoon and Dr. N. McCabe returned with him for consultation. Get Cedar Moss to keep the carpet clean after honse cleaning. Phone Black 3G8 and it will be delivered. 21-2 Former Deputy Sheriff Watts was in the city Wednesday evening from Grand Island, where he is in the employ of the Union Pacific secret service, and visited friends here for a few hours. Cedar Moss brightens tho carpet. Phone Black JG8. 21-2 Weather forecast: Generally fair to nigty and Saturday. Rising tempera ture Saturday. ' General variable breezes. Highest temperature yester day 58, a year ago 67; lowest last night 33, a year ago 30. Special display of hats for misses and chiidren, Wednesday April 8th at the Hat shop. 21-2 J. W. Inmanand George Rannie have each received drafts of $1,000 representing policies held by their re spective mother and wife in the Royal Neighbors. The W. C. T. U. will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. H. L. Baker. 215 West Fifth street. All members are Urged to be present as a suffrage program will be given. . to quality of materials, and immiot I ' BggmicminiBBBWiM Ji a Local and Personal Mrs. H. W. Allwlno, of Omaha, ar rived in tho city" yesterday morning for a few days with her dnughter, Mrs. Harry Mitchell. Kommerer Nut Coal now for sale on track, also n car of lump coal. Call or Phone 7tf. York Feed Stoiib. Roy Ames, who attends the state agricultural school at Cdrtis arrived in tho city yesterday morning nnd will visit hero for some time with his mother, Dr. Mary J. Ames. ' See "Sapho" at the Pat Friday and Saturday six reels. The greatest sensa tional photo play overproduced. Admis sion 5c and 15c. Tho N. A.'T. club was delightfully entertained Wednesday evening at tho homo of Miss Myrtle Ueeler. Tho evening was spent in sewing and social converse and at a lata hour a nice luncheon was served. Miss Irmn Huffman was a guest of tho club. At a meotlng of the B. P. O. Elks Wednesday arrangements were made to have the Hallowell Concert company hore on the evening of April 23rd for a concert nnd dancing party. This com pany is a harp orchestra and needs no introduction having appeared here three times before under tho auspices of the Elks. The twe'nty-Beventh nnnunl ball, given by the local volunteer firemen will be held Easter Monday, April 13th, at the Lloyd opera house. These Easter Mon day dances are given every year to help defray the expense of the department. Tho public is cordially invited to attend and enjoy a good time. Best of order will bo maintained throughout the evening. Music for the occassion will be furnished' by Stamp's orchestra. Closing out flowers and millinery trimmings at less than cost. Parlor Millinery. Complaint was filed yesterday af ter noonjjefore the county coifrt entitled stateof Nebraska vs. Ira James. Ed ward W. McMullen is tho complaining witness and in the complaint he alleges that defendant on the night of March 31, stole thirteen chickens from him. James was arrested' yestorday after noon b.y Sheriff Salisbury and was placed in jail to await preliminary hearing to be held somo time today. "T. A. Tormey. Practical Rot Catcher; Address, Stockyards; Takes Them Out Alive; Uses No Poison. "This new profession was discovered in tho city yesterday when the young man answering to the above name made the rounds of the different business houses and some of the residences and asked to demonstrate, his work. The idea met with approval of tho business men, but his scheme did not seem prac ticable enough for many of them to try, ' ' A county convention of Modern Woodmen camps of the county was held Wednesday. Maxwell, Hershey, Sutherland and North Platte being represented. Tho delegates present passed resolutions opposing n raise of more than fifty per cent in tho present rates, but before such raise is made that it should be submitted to a vote of the membership. No action was taken in regard to state officors. O. H. Eyerly, of Hershey, was selected as delegate to the state lodge and J. D. Kellher alternate delegate. Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock Miss Alice C. Gilchrist of Omaha will deliver a lecture at Masonic hall. This tal ented lady will discuss household economics from the practical as vell as the scientific standpoint, and will impart a good deal of useful informa tion of special interest to all house keepers. The lecture contains many suggestions for reducing the cost of living and for lessening the drudgery of housework. Since the admission fee is only ten cents and tho proceeds are be donated to the Sunshine Socioty, we predict a very large attendance. Mrs. C. J. Perkins, president of tho society, will introduce the speaker. Complaint was filed late yesterday afternoon in the county court against John Faye, Sr., nnd John Fave, Jr. The complaint was filed by County Attorney Gibbs and in it he alleges that John Faye, Jr., thirteen years of age, is growing up under unsuitable surroundings which would tend to to develop him into a vicious character. Tho boy's mother is dead and he Hve3 with his father in a little hut on the north side of the tracks. The complaint' nlleges that the father is an habitual drunkard and that he is unfit to have the custody of the boy. The case will be heard some time today before Judge Grant. k?K12S33!EE2 Boys Spring Clothing Let us show you our Spec ial Blue' Serge Suit H. SCOONOVER & CO. QU I ITY CLOTHS. ' 'T1raMrcvJaiH3l Don't Wait Until ' the Last Minute to Buy Your Easter' Coat or Suit; There are but oiht clays between now and Easter, Sunday. 3j rv . jo I v "In V'4 Copyrlibc 1914 Th II. Black Co. us ample time to tions as may suggest themselves. By coming toduy you which may have been Wilcox irseM!oaocioett6aee OR. 0. !!. CRESSLER, Graduate (Denlisl. Office over the McDonald e 1 e a m s' a 1 . State Bank. e e 0oitc9fl0iocDacaeaaea Fire broke out this morning at 9:30 in tho rooms occupied bo the Reese pantn torium and did considerable damage. The fire was caused from an explosion of coal gas in the stove nnd the flames shot out and caught on some pieces of clothing that were hanging near. In a few minutes the entire room Was in flames. The department was called and soon put out the fire with chemicals, but not hoforo great damage was done to the room r.nd goods. Select line of trimmed hats, choice Saturday, $4.75 at Parlor Jlilinery, Lutheran Church. Next Sunday , Pulm Sunday, at 10 o'clock confirmation service. Topic of of sermon "My Happy Day." Special muMC. Vocal solo" by Miss Irma Huff man and trombone solo by Arthur Trnmp, both accompanied by Mrs. Ella IIuxoll. 11;45 children's baptism ser vice. 12 m. Sunday school. 7 p. m. Luther league, 8 p. m. evening service, 'The'Eventide was Come." Services eery evening next week at 8 o'clock. Notice. Anyone wishing ice, don't forget the old ico man. Joe Spies, Phone Blk 1G1. You'll find in our Boys and' Children's Clothing Depart ment the best possible values. We are showing a big line of Boys' Suits from $2.50 to $8.00 Two pairs of pants with most of our suits from $4.00 up. at p $ 9 As Easter approaches, the capacity of our store will be. packed to ' its utmost, and shopping win oeconie more difficult. Take advantage of this suggestion - and come today to make .your selection. You will not ouly have time to go leisurely over our beautiful stocks of fash ionable, "up-to-date ap parel, but you will allow mako,if necessary, such slight may he able to secure ihc suit most bc'co'fning to you, sold if y'ou put off your shopping until tomorrow. Department Hie Sk)ra Dte II dkillMtea: doafio Hark llEtfira ' IBWfllrB fesiiL ISM Booster White Beauty" The Cabinet that saves Thousands of Steps, them in our window. Sold on easy payment plan. HOWE & MALONEY. Put Under Peace Boytl. , O. B. Saunders, residing in the south east part of the city, filed complaint Tuesday afternoon before Justics M. J. O'Connull against Henry Warner, u nlno-. ear-old gill, charging her with assault upon Myrtle Gladys Sunders, daughter of the plaintiff. It seems that the two children aro in school to gether and that they do not get along together either there or at home. They live neighbors and qunrrel much of the time. A short timo ago they were bruoght before Justice Sullivan on the same complaint. The parties appeared before Justice O'Connell Wednesday morning and the defendant was put under bonds to keep tho peace. In tho complaint tho plaintiff alleges they the defendant has several tunes mnde dire threats against his daughter and that several times she has attacked the Sanders girl and has ausaultcd her severely. Mrs. Sarah Sherwood Dies. Mrs. Sarah Sherwood, for many yeais a resident of this county, died Tuesday morning at !! o'clock at thu home of her son. L. E. Sherwood at 1 Sutherland. Tho deceased was 07 years j and two months old at the time ! her j denth nnd had boon n rosidont of this j county for tho past twwnty years. Com : plote olmtruction of tho bowels U givtfn I the cause of nor death. II Three lots sold this last week in the Cod' Snd .tuition. C. F. Tempi,. mj and Corrrliln 1914 The II. Black Co. correc- See J. C. Hitchcock, of Ogalnlla, arrived in the city Wednesday to look over the city with tho purpose in view of locating here. Ho visited here with Dean J. .L Bowker. Mr. Hitchcock has been lo cated at Ogalnlla for (ome tin.o whore he reprefconts the Hfinker'3 Life insur ance company of Lincoln. Ho is looking; forn better locution and mi.y deojdo on, this plnce. M, E. Church-. Tin sen ice at the' Meth'.iJut chuicfi Sunday night at 7;80 is expected to bo the greatfJtillh the history of., tho church. Mr,jM. E. Scott will give 11 special rcaoltig entitled TJcdgo with WillK." ItMlWnrtmnn t.,111 l. .. special solo for the occasion. Tho lee- iturocn "Cri'ekcd CnestnuU" will follow. This lecture is a third in u series given by tho pastor. It will b I logical and convincing mul n (itti,. climax to the serie:'. Othor services' as follows: Snndnv Hchnnl .o.jk t ., every brotherhood' man bo there to Ui m I Store. start oil the new ineh's class in good shape. Crunching 11 a. ni. Epworth ejicue 0:30 p. m. F. J. DIENER & Co. Keal Estale and Insurance. Come and gee w for town lota in dilleront parts of tha city. Good in veitments on ohsv terms. Houias for sale and rent. We have also good bnr ga'ni in farm nnd ruiiclii's. ''.' I'ront inn! I)",'y s-j, upstairs.