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V :1. Ik- .f sk-.- ? & ; 7? i 4 t tOUgl We Reduced Prices arc going to offer the ladies of North tor 6 days only. 1 Ins Week THURSDAY Platte FRIDAY SATURDAY VANITY CASES Regular values $2.00 at $1.00 ' 3.00 1.50 .' ' '" 4.00 2.00 " MESH BAGS Regular values $2.00 at $1.00 3.00 4.00 6.00 10.00 1.50 2.00 3.50 6.00 V . I Over 100 pieces to pick from. Sale starts at 9 o'clock. DIXOW The Jeweler, Parish Meeting Thonnnunl meeting of tho Episcopal church was held lust evening. Reports submitted gnvo evidence of very satis factory progress as to church work and sound finnnciiil condition. J. Q. Wil cox and F. W. Rincker were elected wardensand J. S. Hoaglnnd, T. C. Patterson, C. S. Clinton, Rob Arm strong, Guy Swope, P. G. Gilman and J B. Redfiold vestrymen. C. W. Edwards was elected secretary' of tho vestry and parish. It was decided to mVke arrangements for construct ing a basement under the church and also install n heating plant. The plans call for one room 2-1x60 feet, a good sized kitchen and a boiler and fuel room. The cost of these improvements is estimated at $2,800. DR. 0. H. CRESSLER, Graduate Denlist. a a Office over the McDonald State liank. a a a a e Local and Personal. Mrk Fred Rasmussen, of Hershey, spent Sunday visiting friends in this city. W. J. Tiley traded his old Ford car yesterday for a new one with a self starter and other uptodate features. William Adair and Robert McKinney left Saturday morning for Kearney to spend Sunday visiting relatives and friends. The snappiest styles for least money shown at Block's. M. Perkins, Singer Sewing Machine agent, successor to F. Perkins, West Fourth street, phone Red 4G8. Francis Dunn of the Nyal drug store left Saturday for Woodriyer to spend a few days visiting his parents and other relatives and friends Larger assortment than ever in new coats,, suits," dresses and skirts at Block's. Miss Ruev Shaner, of Maxwell, ar rived in the city Saturday and worked at the Leader that day. She was formerly employed there but resigned a few weeks ago. Miss Leta Atkinson, Miss Laura Pen ny, Miss Marian Penny and Miss Alta Robinson returned to Kearney yester day after spending the week end with relatives and friends in this city. They all attend the normal school at Kearney Come in and ask the clerks about the new deal at the Callehder Cash Store. The Rebekah district meeting will be held in this city Aprilj3Qth, and at that time all lodges in ther district will have delegates here. The.district covers the territory from PaxtontoCozad. A fine program is being prepared and will be pounced later. Bratt & Goodman are offering the best bargains in nice homes, vacant lots, improved farms and farm land. Always see them before ypuubuy. FArming Implements at Locust street, opposite Red River Early OJ'.'o Seed Patatoea for sale. Cullender's Cash Store. The Chrutian aid society will meet in the church parlors Thursday af ter nooa at three o'clock. For rent, house at 202 S. Dewey St. $21.00 per month. J. C. Hollraan. The general meeting of the Twentieth Century club will be held this evening at the library buiiding and at this meeting new officers will be elected. The ladies' aid society ot the Presby terian church will meet Thursday af ternoon in the church parlors and will be entertained by Mesdames York, Eshleman and Elder. Canton Ilershey's postoffice. The county commissionere are still in session. Today they went to Cotton wood and Box Elder canyons to look after some bridges that have been washed out. McGovern buys and sells second hand godds. 511 Locust street, phone blank 390. Wm. Cunningham has resigned his position in the grocery department of the Wilcox store and will leave this evening for California where he will make his home with his parents, The city council met last" evening and canvassed the votes cast at the late city election, The figures tallied with those published in these columns. The new council will meet Tuesday, April 21st, to organize. Lots in Taylor's and Graceland Additions. Best location, easiest terms. Hollraan & Sebastian, Agents. Cal Lowell, who was formerly deputy sheriff under Miltonberger, arrived in the city yesterday from Omaha to spend a few days calling on friends and acquaintances. He is now in the employ of the Union Pacific, in the secret service department arid is working under Peterson. Rooms in modern house, with or without board. G1GW. 4th St. tf The ladies of the Episcopal guild will hold the their Easter fair and supper in the parish house Tuesday, April 21st- Supper will be served begin ning at 5:30. Fancy work will be on sale a'.I afternoon. Besides the usual fancy work there will be on sale towels, pillow cases, crochet laces, aprons and su'nbonnets. Why' not be up to date and have the same lighting convenience is your city brother. A small s6lated light plant run by your gasoline , engine ,is what you need. The electric light is as far ahead. oT theP'ordiriary oil lamp as the oil lamp was ahead of thejpihe knot. When in town, call and let 1 us 'explain 'this system. "Anything Electrical." Electrical Supply Co., 217 East 6th Street. J1M1J GRIgtS& Stops Squeaking Spindles because there's Mica in it Eureka Harness Oil will Keep Your Harness Black, Soft and Strong STANDARD OIL COMPANY (NEBRASKA) OMAHA ft Micflf You show good judgment when you place your fire, lightning, tornado and cyclone insurance with Bratt & Goodman. Mrs. Hilmer Thompson arrived in the city last evening from Cheyenno and will spend a few days visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. G. D. Goldsmith who reside southwest of town. Perry Wilson, who was arrested Friday on the charge of forgery, wil' be up in the county court today for arraignment. Complaint was filed against him Saturday by H. Scoonover, and other witnesses will be called in the case. It was reported that he would plead guilty, but he has now de cidad to plead not guilty and claims that they have no case against him. In case ho pleads not guilty he will have to wait unil the December term of dis trict court for trial before a jury. For classy garments at moderato prices you must see our line before buying. Block's. , Two marriages were solemnized this morning in the office of the county judge. The ceremonies were witness by a number of the high school students, who congratulated the contracting parties and then gave them a hearty welcome to our city with rice after they had lett the court house. The couples were Henry C. Busser and Miss Lucy L. Prosise both of Mayflower, and Henry T. Potts and Miss Haley Bniden, both of Brady Island. Both couples were married by Judge Grant. REDUCED PRICES for Monarch Malleable Ranges tomake room for now stock at Hershey's, corner Fifth and Locust streets. Phone 15. A number of ihe friends of Mrs. D. W Besack gathered at her home on East Fifth street Saturday afternoon to cel ebrate her birthday anniversary. About twenty ladies were present and the afternoon was enjoyably spent in social converse. The ladies met at the home of Mrs. Hahler and went in a body to the Besack home and the sur prise was complete. At the close of the afternoon a nice luncheon wai served and the ladies departed wishing her many happy returns of the day.' Mrs. Besack was the recipient ot many presents. Cheapest and safest automobile in surance written by Bratt & Goodman News of the disastrous fire at Grand Island? were received here yesterday noon. The fire broke out at about 7:30 in the morning from unknown origin. It started in the Woolworth ten-cent store and burned the entire block. Fireman worked all morning but were u nable to put out the flames until about noon. Besides the ten-cent store, tho Carey-Niedfeldt jewolry store, a pool hall and a grocery store jwere burned. The loss is the greatest that city has yet had by fire and is extimated at several hundred thousand dollars. Lace curtains done up. Bessie Hansen 616 W. 4th St. Charged With Adultery. Joseph Sprnguo woa arrested Satur day morning by Deputy Sheriff Roy Wilson on the charge of adultery and fornication. Tho complaint was filed by County Attorney Gibbs und was for the arrest of Spraguo nnd Mary Doe, nn unknown woman. In the complaint it is charged that tho two have lived together continuously from January 1, 1914, to April 10, 1914. Investigation of tho caso by tho local authorities brought out tho facts that tho man has lived with at least three women without having been married to any of them. It also brought out that ho is tho father of six or eight children by these women. The woman later gave hor name as Gowan and will be used in the trial as witnoss. Tho case will come up for hearing today before Judge Grant. Tigek Press Dmlls at Hershey's, Locust street, opposite postoflice. Tho fust monument marking the Oregon trail, in this county was sot last week on the road south of Suther land. There will be fivo of thso monu ments in this county and they will bo set on tho trail as near 'the road as possible that they may he seen by pBSsersby. In this county they will be sot at Cottonwood Canyon, Fort Mc pherson, the state farm corner, Her shey and Sutherland. Four more lots just sold in Taylor's Addition. For prices see Hollman & Sebastian, Doolittle Bldg. Application tor Druggist Permit Matter of Application of R. S. Baker for Druggist Permit. Notice is hereby given that R. S. Baker did upon the 13th day of April, A. D., 1914, file his application to the city council of North Platte, Lincoln coiinty, Nebraska for pormit to soil malt, spirituous and vinous liquors for medicinal' and mechanical purposes only at 719 North Locust street, in the city of North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska, from tho first day of May, 1014, to tho first day of May, 1915. If there be no objection, remon strance or protest filed within two weeks from April 14, 1914, said permit will be granted. R. S. Baker, Applicant. Your S Om p MM II w ' 'S n i 1 X St V.i! pnn g Suit! THE minute you arc ready for your Spring Suit, Sir we would like the pleasure of show ing you the new styles. f he first picking of n season is always the best picking. There arc certain advantages a Man derives in coining hcre for Clothes. Our sort of Clothing always pays the buyer a good dividend in satisfaction. Note the Following Points The fine selection of fabrics. The very high character of our tailoring The certainty of correct stylo. fe- Tho great value of our Expert Sorvico ' that insures a perfect fit for any size or shape of man that cornea to us The largest money's worth. Suits at $12, $15, $18 to $25. If our Suits don't surpass in beauty of style, in quality of materials, in workmanship, in perfection of fit and in actual value, any Suits you have ever seen, then we don't want your Copyright 191 4 The Howe of Kupptnhelmrt money. cDONALD THE HOJ1E OF GOOD CLOTHES. North Platte, Nebraska. Application for Druggist Permit Matter of Application of James VV. Elliott, for Druggist Permit. Notice is hereby given that James W. Elliott did upon the 13th day of April, A. D. 1914, file his application to the citv council of North Platte, Lin coln county, Nebraska, for permit to sell malt, spirituous and vinous liquors lur lliuuiciuui uuu meuiiumuui iuiiuauo only at 523 North Dewey street, in the city of North Platte, Lincoln county, .Nebraska, from the first day of May, 1914, to the first day of May, 1915. l",If there ' be no objection, remon strance or protest filed within two weeks from April 14, 1914, Baid permit will be granted. Jamos VV. Elliott, Applicant. IN THE COUNTY COURT OP LINCOLN COUNTY, NEBRASKA. Notlcoof hearing- of nrobiitlnir of a foreign will. To all persons interested In the estate of O. A. Carpenter, deceased. Whereas, Ed Hlcklln, of Louisa county, Iowa, has'fllcd In my oflico a petition praying to h Vo a duly authenticated copy of what purports to be tho last will and testament of one C. A, Carpen ter, who died In Louisa county, Iowb. on or about tho 5th day of October, 1913, admitted to probate as a foreign will. Which will purports to havo b'een admitted to probate by the probate court of Ioulsa county, Iowa, on or about the 4th day of November. 1913. Which will relates to both real and personal property, and especially to the north one-half NHJ and the southeast quarter SEW of section nine 9, township thirteen 13, range thirty-one 3I and tho east one-half of section 32, township 13, rantce 30, In Lincoln county, Ne braska, and tho north one-half , and tho southeast quarter of section 25, township nlno. range 20, in Dawson county, Nebraska. I have therefore appointed Tuesday, tho Bth day of May, 1914, at 9 o'clock In tho forenoon at the county court room In'salri connty as tho time and place for the hear ing of said petition. At which time and place you and all concerned may appear and contest tho admitting of sa,d will to probata as a foreign wllls It U further ordered tha( said peti tioners will give notice to nil persons Interested In said estate, of the pendency of this petition, and tho time and place of hearing of tho same by causing a copy pf this order to be published In the North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, a newspaper printed and published in said coun.iy for thrcu weeks successively, prior to tho time set for hearing. , In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and official seal this I3th day of April, 1914. al4-3 JOHN GRANT, SEAL County Judge IDLE MONEY For funds that you will not use for a few Months, we issue Time Certificates of Deposit which bear interest at 4 percent. In this way your funds which are temporar ily idle, can be made profitably. We will be glad to explain the plan more fully to you, if you will call. North Platte, Nebraska. "s CHAS. McDONALQ, President WW. II. McDONALD, CashW W. E. STARR, Ass't Cashier i!) PUBLIC AUCTION 100 Head of Thoroughbred Horses All ages, both broke and a few unbroke, at the NORTH PLATTE STOCK YARDS Saturday, April 18th, 1914. Sale commences at 10 o'clock sharp. The reason of this sale is because the owner, J. B.; Davis, has concluded to engage exclusively in the cattle business and will of all sur plus stock and restock the ranch with thoroughbred cattle. Included in this sale will he a few choice milk cows, all fresh, also twenty head of sheep, part of them with lambs, also there will he offered two imported stallion's. J. B. DAVIS, Owner. Dave Love, Auctioneer. R. C. Langford, Clerk II Kpp.f! PrifafsffcAC I II Red River Early Ohio's I PEM BUSHEL. I T. I Baldock I Son, I Phone 90 Basement of The Hub I Wire Your Old House for Electric Light. The cost is not excessive and enn hardly be considered expense. It is a permanent investment. The work is quickly nnd neatly dono by our expert wiremen who can wire an old house without disturbing tho interior or even marring the 'walls. Tho Company gives a welcomd to inquiries. Drop in. No obligation to buy our time against yours. Possibly we can give you information that will profit you. North Platte Electric Co. C. R. MoitiiY, Mgr. www raT"""