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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1895)
f 3 EDITION.
THE B. Or L E. MAY PARTY
It was tfcc Event of the Tear and
a Great Social Success.
'A VERY LARGE ATTENDANCE.
wara ;to wit
tham the; aaaaal
May party given
,r-fcy4he Brotherhood of locomotive
Eajineerind the one on Wednes
day evening was even more bril
liant and enjoyable than any in
The committee of arrangements
spared neither trouble nor expense
to make this the gayest event of
the season. The commodious Op
cra House was handsomely decor
ated with flags and-bunting, artis
tically draped, and clusters of
bright-colored Japanese lanterns,
hung froar tta chaaaelit. ,lht
&ked waaaally fetive aaa
ije with it rows ot lights
rkaTtbileU of the .laikstf
ransic lot' the occukmi was
black, relieved by red flowers. Mr.
W. R. Grace wore black with an ar
tistic bunch of pink and white rose
hnrl nn Itie Wf shoulder. All tne
toilets .of-the men were character
ized by the same elegant simplicity
rinneinrr continued until tne
of the morning,
of the partici-
coneratuiaicu nil." mmmmmna nis
committees for the successful way
in which the party passed off, and
also begs leave to thank them in
behalf of the town for the very en
joyable evening which they gave to
' furnished by the Grand Islaad r--chastrat
so that those present were
famished with a. rare musical treat
-as well as a very enjoyable dance.
.The floor was never in better con-
dition for dancing.
t Previous to the grand march-a
concert was- given by the orchestra
and all the chairs in the hall and
galleries were filled early in the
evening by a very enthusiastic audi-
ence who appeared to enjoy the con
. cert as much as they expected to en
joy the dance later. The program
was well selected, consisting of all
the modern favorites, and was
especially well rendered. The last
number on the program, the repre
sentation of the Bangtown orches
Jtra, was very amusing, and the
ear-splitting discords and bur
lesque harmonies, produced much
Slaughter and applause from the
At Uglf past nine the grand
march was formed, in which eighty-
, four couples" took part. It was
lead by the master of ceremonies,
Go. A. .Austin, and his daughter
- MissNellie Austin. To the look-er-pn
from the galleries the march
"presented the prettiest feature of
thereaisg. ThecostaaKs of the
ladiaa were aaasally conspicuous
for their dainty aad various colors,
as the couples marched up and
At the close of the
I the couples f orated themselves into
position for the opening quadrille,
the programmes, daintily tied with
, ribbons, were distributed, and the
dance proper began.
The engineers certainly should
' feel highly gratified by the success
'which rewarded their efforts, for
the attendance was one of the larg
est that has ever assembled at a
dance In the opera house, and not
only was the floor crowded with
dancers, but until late in the. even
mg the galleries were filled as well
by an interested audience, who ap-
jiearedtohnd as much enjoyment
Ml the scene as the dancers them
TJie dance program consisted of
twety-two numbers beside the ex
a very elaborate
at- tttrIrA nVln-1-
-v supper was served at the Hotel Ne-
ville. After supper tlie number of
dancers was considerable lessened,
so that those who remained to the
second part of the program had
more room for dancing.
At a grand society event of this
kind the masculine editor ordinari
ly taxes his powers to the utmost
to describe the ravishing costumes
of the fair sex, arid he wholly ne
glects the equally elegant and ex-
lets of the m, There-
clcarly the daty f the
tor, to tarirthe tables
hy& May PartyC
i iliimitedsalice preveats as froat
mt ukovi ijnuu KL till, UUL
. as there Nas much similarity in cut
arid color of the coats and trousers
'I ;of those present, a few names will
safice for all. Mr. M. C. Harring-
rtda was conspicuous in an elegant
suit of black serge made after the
latest styles in Pnnce Alberts. Mr.
U. I. Graves also wore black with
fsar-ia-haad tie, and an ex
qaisttc ptnk.rose in his button-hole.
Mr. WwH. C. Woodhurst, besides
the oaaveational black suit was
russet shoes and a red
G, T. Field wore a white
trousers,- Prince Albert
Wwers. 'Mr. McNamara
wore light trousers, a black sack
coai, the latest thing "in neckwear,
and an exquisite red rose. Mr, W.
F, Moran wore a black suit and
the newest imported effect in shirt
frtits. ;Mr. M. K. Barnumwore
TfcSi &U a red tie and a carna
h&tmm .f.rlbe same line., Mr, W. L.
D urine the rain last Saturday af
ternoon one of the city editor of the
Woman's Edition of The North
Platte Tribune, dreamed a dream;
and it is here recorded for the bene
fit of some of our discouraged citi
The date of this dream was some
years hence, as the dreamer seemed
to herself to be old and full ofaacaj
Tae dreamer had been livinr in an
other town arid had returnedtllis'
metropolis of the sand-hills'to make
a visit. The first sight that rrtsgt-
ea jier eyes, as sne lett tne Train
about 10 o'clock at night,' was the
magnificent buildinar of red, stene.
After she had looked in several of
the different rooms of the station,
and observed that they were equip
ped with all the modern improve
ments, she walked out throuerh" the
south door to the platform. She
expected to find the -town, as of old,
wrapped in Egyptian darkness; but
in this she was agreeably disap
pointed, because the entire town
was lighted with electric lights.
As the dreamer stood on the plat
form looking at the town she per
ceived, that it had grown to about
ten times the size it was when she
left. Just as she started to the
hotel because she hadn't noticed
the hotel 'bus waiting at the train
an electric street car came in view.
She hailed it and boarded it. Slfe
asked the conductor to let her off at
the hotel. After tellinc lier that
there were ten hotels in the city
he asked her which one she pre
ferred. She, of course, . told him
the best one. The car stopped in
front of a large four-story building
which proved to be the wild West
hotel, a very fine hostelry owned
by Col. W. F. Cody, and managed
by an bid hotel man, J. C. Feder
hoof. Just as she was entering,
the hotel she noticed another very
fane building just across the street.
On inquiring what it was she was
told that it was the Masonic temple.
The next morning she started
out to find some ot lier old friends.
She found several. One of them
took her for a drive to' see the city
and the surrounding- country. On
every aide, ia the heart of the city,
sae saw aMfaiacent buildings, al
occupied, by stores or offices. Far
mer out. in tne suburbs, were
beauttfulTresidences. On reaching
the country she was surprised to
see that the land was divided into
small farms none of them con
tairiing more than 40 acres, but all
of them highly cultivated.
She asked her friend the cause of
the changes and the increased pros
perity and was told that the causes
were the three railroads ceuterm
at North Platte, and the increased
rainfall caused bv irrigation.
Just as the dreamer had reached
tins point in ner dream tne rain
stopped, the sun shone and the
dream laded away. Although this
is but a dream, probably the r e
suit of the dreamer having- lost1
sleep the niffht before, there isn't
any doubt but that it will be
reality in the glorious future.
Mr. and Mrs. Mcllratb, vthe Bicy
clists, Reach this City. 5 ,
i - . r -
AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW;
Mrs. Mcllrath Favors Wcariag, Bicycle
Bloomers bat does Bet Advocate
A special meeting y of the city
council was held Tuesday .evening.
The special object of the meeting
was to consider the liquor license
question. All or the councilmen,
the mayor, 1 the city clerk, and the
city attorney were present.
he judiciary committee rendered
a tavorable report on the applica
tions of Gertler & Waltemath,
Landgraf & Waldo, Guy A. Laing,
and M. O'Brien for licenses. On
motion of Iddingfs the report was
adopted. The bonds of all the ap
plicauts were approved and the city
clerk was instructed - to issue
licenses to them upon the payment
ot stsw each.
The report of the city treasurer
for the municipal year ending April
30th, was received. It was referred
to the judiciary committee with in
structions to report at .the . next
tribatioa ia a shr ti
the city's share ot
nrintinr was SSfL JOm
warrant was ordered drawn on the
city treasury for this amount.
There is one young gentleman in
North Platte, Mr. Lew Hastings,
who rides a wheel to perfection. He
is grace personified when he is
astride of his wheel, spinning
along at a "scorching" pace. There
is no one that can approach him in
elegance of manner when mounting
or dismounting a wheel. N. B.
The editors hope that every one
will read the above item as it cost
the gentleman exactly fifty cents.J.
Miss Lillian Pike, "Director of
elocution and physical culture" in
the Denver schools will give an en
Jterfaument in this city in the near
future. She has just completed a
year's course of study in elocution
and physical culture at Boston!
Miss Pike has given several very
enjoyable entertainments in North
Platte in the past, the most recent
one being at a lawn social at the
home of her uncle, G. F. Tracy.
F.J. Norton, a brother 6f Gjas
.Nor.ton.4s in. to wo.-.
Mr. and Mrs. Mcllrath. ttieKlnter
Ocean-bicycle touristsr reached this
city on Tuesday night about -half-,
nncf oirr-l,- 4.'. 11
wgui. auu icmauicu XICIC Llll
Mrs. Mcllrath very kindly allowed
a reporter ot the Tribune to in
terview her. On being asked the
ooject ot this trip she saia it was
to get foreign news for tne Chicago
Inter Ocean that it would be im
possible to obtain in any other
manner. They will go directly
across the continent to San Fran
cisco where they will take a steamer
for Japan. After spending about
six weeics touring in Japan xney
win go Dy steamer to Mong Aong,
Uhina. Just at present they cannot
tell how long they will remain- in
i"tl -TT r-, A Ml
to w3MHaal -'irratLnalrTrocced
mroBfa ladia - tor the6eteoast;
They will follow the. sea coast for
qune a-flistance ann-:tSBL-pF0C!
o Asia Mihorr-' Frbm'-tKere the
will go to Constantinople, theii-to1
ixreece ana alter exolonner Greece
they will take a steamer to southern
Italy. They will frraduallv travel
norm tnrousrh Italy and then on to
Spain. From Spain they will make
a. uner trip into Atrica. They will
then recross the Strait to Spain.
After leaviner Spain thev will travel
through France, Austria and Ger
many, then on to Russia. From
Russia thev era to Norwav and
Sweden, thence by steamer to the
British Isles. After thoroufrhlv
"doing" Great Britain thev will
sail to America. They expect to
reach Chicago in about two years.
and in that time thev will have
girdled the earth. They are not
making any special record. The
wheels they ride were manufactured
by the Fowler compan', of Chicago.
Mrs. Mcllrath is jrerv much in
favor of women wearing bloomers
when they are bicycling. She
wears them of necessity on this
trip, but said that if even-all her
was done in one town she
would certainly wear bloomers.
:ing asked if she believed in
woman s suffrage, she very em
phatically answered, ,4No." She
thinks that women have
When tlie reporter asked for her
impressions of Nebraska and, espec
ially, of Lincoln county, she said
that they had both been agreeably
surprised. They had read the
accounts of the drouth and its
horrors and had expected to find
Nebraska looking very desolate;
but they find the state looking
quite prosperous. They took jx
drive through the town and through
part of the, country, taking in
ocouts jxest ranch on the wav.
Mrs. Mcllrath wasvery hiuchl
pleased with the little she saw of
the town and the people and said
that she had .been entertained
splendidly while here. She is quite
enthusiastic over the Nebraska
Toads, and says they are the best
they have traveled over since be
ginning the journey.
Quite a number of local wheelmen
formed an escort for them durinsr
the drive to Scout's Rest.
The reporter enioved the inter
view with Mrs. Mcllrath very much,
as she is a very intelligent enter
link (lathe I
of a rua
ZEven our staid, dignified school
a'ams sometimes have rather
startling adventures. A shorttime
ago one of them, accompanied by
her-father, went to the railway
station to meet a triend who
was coming on. thell:40 train. Her
father left her for a few moments to
see if the train was on time. Dur
ing his absence the train pulled in.
The schoolma'am, noticing a gen
tleman coming along the platform
at a very leisurely gait, and think
it was her father, rushed up to him,
grabbed him by the arm and com
menced pulling him towards the
train, telling him they would cer
tainly miss her friend if he didn't
hurry. When they reached the train
what was her horror to discover
that it was not her -father, but a
stranger, whose arm she was grasp-
f so tight. Mutual apologies and
much mortification on the part of
One evening not long ago one of
our leading citizens and his wife
were walking toward their home in
the west part of town, when sud
denly the3r heard a number of
rcing shrieks, rending the air.
They were trying to discover the
author of the shrieks when a young
lady rushed up to them and with
out warning fell into the gentle
man's arms and nearly fainted
awav. The gentleman was so sur
prised that he came very near
fainting too. However, they both
soon recovered their presence or
mind and the young lady explained
that she had mistaken a dog tor
some wild animal and consequently
had been very badly frightened.
Ye reporter thinks that the gentle
man rather eriioyed his part of the
adventure, after it was over, be-
r-i ilea lite TTTtr4-1s 4-1. -.-4- rrtiinrt
was louder and cheerier than ever
Trr? rrn f inn n n emm ril ?q1i wnrf I
derful things. If you don't believe
it just walk past Gilman's yard and
ook at the second f ence post irom
the house. When it was placed
there as part of the fence it was to
all appearances "as aeaa as a aoor
nail." Jt already has put forth one
green branch. This is the result
of irrigation, combined with Lin
coln county's wonderful soil.
Mrs. Bohman, who has been visit
ing the family of John Holman for
the oast few weeks, returned to her
home in Columbus on Wednesday
' iMrs. A. H. Church lett on No. 4
;qPharsjayyar a wks jrit :aswir
friends" aa4 remtives ia Omiha.
are in :
TRIBUNE: FRIDAY EVENING, MAI 3, 1895.
;n putting the
Ijnxiction at about
for four freight
A i tm 4- At, 1
rhen every one is
Imt such was the
JVrdmaa is con-
Et th'it&he lost
J ---'- -LI-
r tJirpwing ,mc
Iriving'box of the
iad gotten out of
irprised 'the boys
aaing up in ms
and taking the
ly, where he pur-
acres on the old
hopes will make
living in his de-
H. T. Rice will
ItaGa., May 10th,
nv. JNo. 33, in the
the- O. R. C. The
ifge have an elab-
iprepared for vis-HiktewUlriHclade
lday .excarsron: to
1 -i ,4
stop to consider
le" railroad1 cuts in
f this city. There
ice of the Union Pa-
Eof families that live
not to speakcof the
iguring five pe'rsons
is is always done in
1.S43, or over one-
ition connected with
!he pay roll for this
in 'averages monthly
the month or
prs passed through
Eikmg a train seven
and reaching from
le will be read by a
Ming ladies, it might
tune to give a list
a seryice on the
who make their
th Platte. "Chip"
;a,u Brummel sd to
rOad circles, and is
ras when acting the
John Simpson still
1()4 years of active
:e, , which the boys
gone through. , To
Appreciate John rou
le of his wolf stories.
is the Ward McAl
trainmen. and the
has is his obiection
23 'on Sunday, when
men rather attend
Fred Letts is
affable young man
bothered much of late
not in 'his head, but
. JH. Jbnes is said
tcot, on account of
AS A 'WOMAN HEARS IT,
Daughters of Eye in the Role of
EVENTS OF TWO DAYS.
The Minor Happenings of the City as they
Traaspire People who Come aad
Oo or do Something.
G. T. Field is hsving his porch widened.
1 A new barn is being built on the prem
ises of the JPreebytenan parsonage.
Clinton has all of the latest things in
link cuff buttons.
Dr. N. McCabe is building an addition
to the property recently purchased by
Go to the Model for bargains in boys'
Mr. and Mrs. Mcllrath attended the
May ball. Of course they were the cen
ter of all eyes.
North Platte flour for sale at Banks'.
David M. Baker, father of our towns
man D. A. Baker, died at his home in
Spring vill, N. Y., on April 12th, 1895, at
the advanced aae of eiehtv-eicrht years.
fYou. can get first class dental work
only at the H. M. Butt Dental Parlors.
r . 41 IT .:il U ,1 tn. .r.or.
ilUUlUCl UI1U1 b VJ11 UO UltlUO bl UIKUU-
ize a Choral Union. All musicians who
care to joia an organiaationtof this cbar-
aetor ara raaaatoa to meat at the 4hs
copal Guild houae on Tiieaday eveniag
at 8 o'clock.
Coma.and inspect our stock of shoes'
. Richards Bros.
eGodysaardB are making prepara
tions to attend an inter-state drill and
eacanpHMn&at St. Louis from July 1st
to 7th. They gave an exhibition'flrill to
a large assemblage of their friends at
Kf ith's Ball on Tuesday evening.
Weber & Vollmer have some very up-to-date
bicycle suits in stock.
Mr. and Mrs. Mcllrath, the cyclists,
lett town nt six o'clock Thursday morn
ing. Arthur Hoagland and H. Weber
esoorted them to Hershey. As the sport
ing editor of TnE Tribune hasn't learned
to ride a wheel yet, she was unable to
i'Dr. Butt will remove his dental office
from the McDonald block into rooms
over the First Nat'l bank about May 15.
Coroner Huntington was called to
Sutherland last night to hold an inquest
on the body of Mrs. R. Stelzer, who died
very suddenly. Mr. Huntington re
turned on No. 2 this morning, and re
ports that the death was from natural
The pamphlets ordered by fhe Immi
gration Association are almost ready for
delivery. There is still a balance due
on them and the secretary, E. F. See
berger, would like to have all persons
who have not yet paid their subscrip
tions make him a call nd leave some of
their wealth in his possession.
Jas. Belton will sell you any make of
pianos or organ?.
If you wish pure ice and unadulterated
milk go to Wni. Edis. - "
Ladies, go to to C. F. Scharman and
take out a life insurance policy in order
to provide for your husband's welfare
after his death.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Louis Boehmo
has levied upon some proDertvvof B
.Beers, soutn or town, to satisfy a
ment rendered in iavor or tuos. j
in May 1888. Mr. Beer's attorney
that the amount due was paid'j
soon after judgment was rendere
Fine large Utah potatoes only 75
a ousnei at Mcuonald's grocery.
Judge Ray told the police re"porter of
rather an odd occurrence. Nearly a year
ago he married a couple and yesterday
morning they reappeared at his office.
They told him that they had come to
thank him for the good job he had done
a year ago. The judge said that thfe was
rhe hr3t instance of any one returning
to thank him for having married them.
Rural New Yorker seed potatoes at
Chas. McDonald's grocery.
Dr. and Mrs. Donaldson gave a stag
party last evening in honor of their
nineteenth wedding anniversary. Among
the guests were A. McNamara, R. L.
liraves, u. JU. uarDer, v . vv . uameron,
andW.H. U, Woodhurst. It
possible for the society editor U
this gathering but she has no dot
the guests wore their best suit ol
and thoroughly enjoyed themselvi
A carload of clean, white corn at Chas.
The agricultural edijpr of this great
semj-weekly has been interviewing a
groat many farmers in regard to Lincoln
county's crop prospects for the coming
season. They all declare that tne pros
pects are splendid. If the rain is as reg
ular and as "soaking" all through the
summer as it has been during the last
two weeks, tlm fall we will see one of
the finest and largest crops ever har
vested in Lincoln county. The editor
wishes it understood that she didn't re
ceive any bonus from the Immigration
Association for writing the above item.
Feeding Rock Salt todairy cattle will
increase their milk yield twenty percent.
For sale by Chas. McDonald, grocer.
Frank Trogan died al the residence of
r . J . JtJroeker on Thursday evening at
half past six. Air. Trojan had been sick
for several weeks but was thought to be
on the road to recovery. Tuesday he
wrs takeu much worse and since then he
had been gradually failing. The funeral
will be held at the residence of Mr.
Broeker to morrow afternoon. The de
ceased was a young tailor in Mr. Broe
ker's employ. He had a number of
friends among whom ho was very pop
John Herrod is sole agent for the fam
ous Minnesota Hour.
WM. EYES, M: D.,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
North Platte, - . Nebraska.
Office over McGraw's meat market
All calls promptly answered, day or nieht
city or country Special attention given
to diseases of children.
Jf. JTcCABE, .
Try some of our latest Perfumery.
Beat Domestic and Key West CigcU'S
MRS. C. L. "WOOD
Makes a specialty ot
A Variety of
FINE FANCY ARTICLES'-
Beef Is Up . . .
But GEO. NAUMAN will supply your
table with the Choicest Meats.
Home Cured Hams a Specialty.
Fresh Fish twice a week. eg
Will Mnlce Prices
to Suit Yoirc Purse
Wild West Wheelmen.
A well attended and enthusiastic meet
ing of tho North Platte Wheel Club was
held at the office of secretary Hoagland
last evening. Tho applications of seven-
Preparations are being made to orcran- teen new wheelmen formembership was
ize an Alumni Association of the North received with cheers, but action was de-
0. M. NEWTON
Has moved to the Ottman building
where he will be pleased to see
friends both old and new and show
them a choice line of wall paper in
new and fresh designs, writing ma
terials of the finest quality, tablets
for school children at prices reason
able. .Is also general news agent.
Call and see him
Platte High school. At present the
matter is in the bands of a committee
consisting of the Misses Duncan, Von
Goetz, Gilman and Thoelecke, and Mr.
Fred Elliott. The committe has called
a general meeting to be held Saturday
evening, May nth.
Three kinds of sewing machines at
liel ton's, from 20 up.
To such an extent is amateur garden
ing carried amosg the ladies of North
Platte that one of our absent minded
J: j 4.i.: i
ujrflTV to a "lull
2-f "V - ' I uw.muk avu Mkuv a.UU ft'Ub AW J KA UUUU1
the impression that it was her apron.
All of the latest ideas in millinery at
tamman, is spoken, of
Ifnever in his life has
r or tobacco. They
he has "rocks" put
my day. L. B. Wood
)f bicycle ridiner oar
always arrives at
lent when the1 wheel
5et. Arch Howard.
:h of a societv man.
9Q found, whether
or drinking-, ready
ferred until the election of the new oflic
ere, to be held at the same place next
Thursday evening, -May 9th. It is esti
mated that tho membership of the club,
judging by the number who have signi
fied their intention of joining, will be in
the neighborhood of 150.
By a unanimous vote it was decided to
change the name of the club to "Wild
West Wheelman." A beautiful mono
gram of "W. W. W.," to be printed in
old gold and navv blue, was adopted.
With this crest at the fore the nnlnr
bearer of the W. W. W., follawadJanel
uuourea ana uny ot tne fair and the
brave of North Platte cyclors, will roll
on to victory.
Initiative steps, toward holding the
annual spring wheel meet at North
Platte were taken. Definite action. is
proposed at the next meeting.
G. L. WILLIAMS
The oldest, largest and most complete
coffe roasting establishments in the.
world are owned by Dwinell, Wright &
Co. Their brauds of Boston Roasted
Coffees are famed vorld wide for their
cup qualities, and their remarkable High jn. NOiADR HATCH,
Grade Excellence. Fnr sal Vv nima J
Go to Banks' for bargains in muslin.
F. J. BROEKER
itnight: for his
iijsaay in town.
. in town Thurs-
rn on Wednes-
aunt, Mrs. Fannie
ied to her home in
tag on Wednesday
trip to Chicago
nts in Missouri and
lie? is 'ii
ieraatli exoects to
J some time next
te to be gone about
iker returned from a
irrjfcttfchter Mrs. Tho-
liata, on No. 1 Wed-
ur.i AXe itederstand
Mtemtio8 to make
Itioa Canal in ivbirl-i
For sale bv Chas.
An ice-cream sociable will be held on
thel awn of the Baptist parsonage, next
Thursday eveniBg, jtfny 9th. An inter
esting programme, consisting of music
and songs by some of Jforth Platte's best
talent, will be rendered. Proceeds of
the entertainment will go for repairs on
me cnurcn. Liverybody is invited to
come and bring their friends, and have a j
The residence of Geo. C. While, at
Sutherland, Neb., was struck by light
ning- Wednesday evening. AW the
windows in the house but one were
broken and two corners of the house
torn off. Mr. White was sitting near one
oc tho windows with the baby on one
knee. He received a very bad shock in
the other leg, tho lightning burning his
ioou ana tearing nis pants and shoo.
Excellent organs from $35 up at James
The Summer Normal school conducted
by J. C. Orr and E. D. Snyder, of North
Platte, gives the opportunity that so
many of the teachers of western Ne
braska have been desiring, that is a
chance to get a thorough review or to
make special preparation in certain
branches. Six weeks special instruction
for 5.00, and Mr. Orr, principal of our I
rr:u i 1 j. i V
xiiu huuuoi, ia coriainiy wen prepared
to do the vork. "Mr. Snyder's success
along this line is also assured. They are
securing board for their students at 2.50
A fine new piano can be had at James
At the next meeting of tho local Zi. Tj.
A., to be held at the Y. M. C. A. rooms.
Successor to Dr. F. M. Somcrs,
Offlco hours, from 9 to 11 a. m.; from 2 to 4 p. in.
yORHEES LUCAS. .
Physician ajjd Surgeon.
Office at City Pkarmac-.
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEB.
made to order in the latest
A full line of piece goods always in
MRS. J. L. MINOR
Instruction given in Oil, Water Color,
Pastel and China Painting.
Lessons m drawing from Nature.
F. N: DICK & CO..
, Than & Eank Ami
Than a Life !ns, Policy.
Buj an Irrigated farm
on the Installment plan
In the Irrigated Dis
trict of the Great
It brings Health,
Wealth, and Happi
Try our Quinine Chocolates.
Just the thing for malaria.
Children like them.
Cor. Sixth a'd Locust
D. JL HOGSETT,
Contractor : : :
: : and Builder.
Cr. F. Turner, of
xp, spending a few
tne cruests of Mra
its, Mr. and Mrs!
Insman, who has been
f May me Watts, left
tor Grand Island
like a visit before
home at Big-
E. F. SEEBERGEE,
H. C. RENNIE
iy mornino- for
ifTwhere she will
hi brother J. P.
j on his wav to
topped over here
;un old time book-
Hy, spent Thnrs-
tnti'nn .Tna PannSa iail!n Aon Cnn.U. ! I a , -
music; y.m: cri: g& r&Sbi ssw&i wm tor tlie
"itesoivea, that the present growth of WL
military education is for the best interest In
np f Via naflnn " r. fR ,:. . T7t TT Xri.t I 111
monds and Geo. Dowlen, negative, H. S.
Ridgley and Fred Elliott, Jr.: music Glee
All the newest shades of summer silks
at Richards Bros.
Wm. F, Handell and 3Iiss Josephine
Stone, were married by Judge Ray on
May 1st. The bride has been a resident
of this city for some time. The entire
statrof the Woman's Edition of The
xribdne unite in wishing this couple
much happiness. This is the seventieth
marriage ceremony that Judge Ray has
iioiiuimcuHiHce no nas held the office of
A carload o! salt from Solomon Solar
bait Co., at Chas. McDonald's. $2.10
per barrel .
There la some difficulty about the set
timentof the insurance on the furnituro
Je;P-hal1' that was burned last
Week. Been n oo, nf a t : l.-
erHie' th.e adjuster ottheDela- And UDStail'S the
nX Jir uZlQB lhBt the State of Pcnu. nVPr nnni,lQr i?:
Co., wBioh has a policy on alHhe lodge ?eF -P-PP1"81 ISS
hraXWDayfe! te Wood wiU show
quite a little h&t:stZyou the very Jatest
S5UI?JSl !!lny'theay- styles in
! Estimates ch'jorfullv fur
nished. Jnh work nf all
kinds pr jmptly done.
Shop on nth-st, Xorth Platte, Neb.
JOE F. MLLIOI
High iia Medina ti: k
twwgf oldacqnaint- ment of the amount ae3 iS mlSS
mt he is the west- due to the Knighte. SSSSXB?JSSF
'Proctor & Ganble
t. G MeKay1! In- tfe ktc er.JtM.
in mm inm foMj, , ',,IW
WHEELS TO RENT FOR
LADIES and GENTLMEN,
OR 2 GENTS.
able Merchandise, Make a 8peciaI of
j-AiKiiNtj WHEELS AND
AT SHORT NOTICE.
faorgaj? Wright TjVcs.
GASOLINE STOVES AND
TIN ROOFING AND SUPPLIES'
Quantities of Desir-
Fine Dress Goods,
BOOTS and SHOES.
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