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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., MARCH i, 1912.
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I TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS jj
Mrs. Georgo Lo Doyt will entertain
the Coterie Club on Wednesday, March
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Von Goetz will
go to Lexington tomorrow to spend
Sunday with friends.
Principal Schutz, of the high school,
has been confined to his room by sick
ness for several days past.
Henry Lesky and family will leave
next week for Kearney where they ex
pect to make their home.
County Superintendent Cleo Chappel
is employed this week with quarterly
examination letters which she sends to
the rural school teachers.
The 0. E. S. kensington will bo en
tertained Monday afternoon, March
5, by Mrs. Callie Davidson, east Sixth
street The public is invited.
Wm. H. Boyer, night watchman at
the ice houses, has been confined to the
house the past ten days by a badly
bruised limb caused by a fall on the
0. B. Canson, of Chicago, 111., re
presenting the KelloggMackey Comp
any of Chicago, manufacturers, spent
'Tuesday in town and while here tran
sacted business with Architect Shaeffer.
Charles, the eight year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Discoe, who live in Os
good precinct, died last night of
pneumonia and diabetes. The funeral
will be held at the residence tomorrow
Some of our readers misconstrued the
item relative to the resignation of John
.Bratt as president of the board of con
.trol of the Carnegie library. While
Mr. Bratt resigned as president, he re
mains as one of the directors.
Miss May Jarvis, who has been
Jiving on a homestead north of town,
was married in Grand Island yesterday
to Frank Pearse, of that city. -They
-arrived here last night and went out to
the homestead today to make their
Miss Jean Ralstrom, of the Wellfleet
bank, and Geo. Taylor, manager of the
Wellfleet'Lumbe.Qduvere in ,town the
firafrof ,the week and went to Gothen
burg;- Wednesday, where' they ' were
married. Both are well known in and
around this city.
A movement is now on fofot to have a
"big rally day for the boys of North
Platte and invite Bishop Beecher to
come here and address them. The
Bishop has always taken a great in
terest in the welfare of the boys of
North Platte as well as at other points
where he has resided, and he could give
.them a talk that would be of benefit to
Snow storm yesterday morning, snow
;storm this morning nnd snow predicted
for to-night or to-morrow. The bananas
have been frosted in western Nebraska
and the oranges frosted in Southern
California, but thank the Lord the
prospects for a bumper crop of corn
and small gram in Lincoln county was
never better. There is always some
thing for which we can feel thankful
Republicans who do not grow wildly
enthusiastic over Roosevelt's candidacy
for the republican presidential nomina
tion can scarcely be faulted. It was
only a few month's ago that the Colonel
wrote his friend and champion, Editor
Moore, of Pittsburg, in which ho said
"I would regard my nomination as
nothing short of a national calamity."
If the Colonel then felt that way him
self, those that think that way now
cannot be faulted.
Mis3 Myrtle Richards is assisting in
The Hub millinery.
J. E. Sebastian went to Lexington on
business this morning.
Dr. Pritchard went to Sutherland on
business this morning.
Fred Wilson, of Superior, has accepted
a position in the Hartman,cigar factory.
Mrs. Will Hawley left this morning
for a short visit with relatives in Suth
erland, Brakeman Pat Norton left a few
days ago for Denver to spend several
Mrs. Frederickson, of Lexington,
who was the guest of Mrs. Hansen,
went home Wednesday morning.
J. C. Wetzell, of the Hartman cigar
factory, returned Wednesday from a
two weeks' stay in Marysville, Kansas.
Mesdames Frank Redmond and J. G.
Beeler will entertain the Som-R-Sct
club Monday evening at the Redmond
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Samuelson,
of Sheridan, Wyo., arrived yesterday to
visit the latter's mother, Mrs. George
Mrs. JosephLevin, of Salt Lake City,
will arrive today for a visit with her
mother Mrs. Ginsberg and sister Mrs.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
home of Mrs. Dan Besack on Tuesday
afternoon, March 5th. The hour from
three till four.
Charles Martini, Sr., returned last
evening from a two weeks' stay in St.
Joe and other eastern cities purchasing
stock for The Hub.
Emery Louden left last night for the
Montezuma valley in southern Colorado
where he will engage in farming. He
was accompanied by his son.
Georgo L. Carter spent yesterday in
town and left this morning for Oshkosh.
He will return to town tomorrow and
habnob with-cronies for a day.
Leonard Redmond will spend Sunday
in Lexington with his sister Mrs. Tanner.
Homer Handley returned Wednesday
evening from a short visit with rela
tives in Des Moines, Iowa.
Cdntractor Howard McMichael has
completecLthe furnituroiforthe. new
Carnegie Library ami 'is qowv' installing
Death of David Mooney. ,
David Mooney died at his homo in the ,
Second ward at nine o'clock this morn
ing after a protracted illness. Doath
was duo to a complication of diseases
and ono year ago an operation was per
formed after which Mr. Mooney's
health improved. A change came sev
eral weeks ago and relatives living in
the east were summoned. Two' bona
from St. Louis have been with him for
a fortnight past and with other-' rela
tives nnd near friends anxiously watched
In the death of Mr. Mooney the fum
ily lose a devoted father and husband,
the city an honorable citizen and the
church n devout member. Surviving
relatives arc his wife, daughter Grace
and son Frank of this city, and'Sbns
George and Brandt of St. Louis.
The funeral will be held from the res
idence at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
it. This furniture is specially design
ed and made in accordance with
drawings prepared by Architect Carl
Shaeffer for the building.
Mart McDermott, of Somerset pre
cinct, was in town yesterday enroute
home from Kearney, where he had
gone to get his two boys. These lads,
eighteen years of age, had been making
their home with their uncle Tom Mc
Dermott near Farnam since the death
of their mother, a number of years ago.
They wearied of farm life, and one
night left their uncle's home, accom
panied by a couple of dogs. They
walked to Kearney, where they secured
work. The father learning of their
whereabouts, went to Kearney and
asked them to return home with him,
and they readily consented. Mr. Mc
Dermott is one of the wealthiest and
most prosperous farmers and stock
growers in the south part of Ihe
county and he will see that the twins
are made happy and contented.
Miss Blanche Fonda left this morning
for Omaha to spend a week or more, j ,
Pat Hagorty left last night for $ en;
ver to spend two weeks with relatives.
The D. of H. social club will nieet
with Mrs. Conrad Walkernext Tuesday
Miss Arleigh Mooro returned Ihjst!
evening from Omaha where she spei
U1U JJU9L UHtJU HUUHO. ,
Edna McMichael and Ray Smith, both'
of Wellfleet, were granted license., to
wed yestorday by Judge Grant. ;
County Surveyor Roy Cockrarj is
spending this week in the northern
part of the county on business con
nected witn his office. j
ForSalor-R. F. D. Mail Boxes at'
Hershey's corner Fifth and Locust St,
The seed corn special will arrivecat
2:30 this afternoon. Qwing to ,tho
snow storm not many farmers are in
town. Had the weather been fair' the
attendance would have been larger.
The North Platte Gas and Electric
light company has boon awarded the
contract for the installation of the
electrical fixtures in the new Carnegie
Library. This work is now being in
stalled under the direction of Architect
Supt. of Construction Arthur "WT
Archer, in charge of the erection of
the new Federal building, loft Thurs
day for the University of Illinois at
Champaign, 111., where he will attend
the annual banquet and dance given by
the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, of
which he is a member. Before return
ing he will visitwith friends in Chicago
nnd other cities.
Clean up Sale
On Ladies9 Silk Waists
From Saturday, March 2d,
To Saturday, March 9th,
We will have on sale a large assortment of Silk Waists in all colors and
styles. Some fancy, some plain tailor-made from Messalines, Taffetas and
Jap Silks. No waist in the lot sold below $2.00 and a great many of them
sold from $6.50 to $10.00 each. We have divided them into lots as follows:
You can see these in our show window. Come before your size is gone.
Wilcox Department Store.
Jacks for Sale.
Two black jacks, one large, heavy,
straight, young and registered, will bo
sold at Burton's horse and mule sale
two and one-half miles west of Well
fleet, Thursday, March 14th. Both
trains met. Sale at 12:30. Jacks will
not be sold until 4 p. m.
A. C. Burton.
Wanted A competent girl for gen
eral housework. Apply at 320 west
' At a meeting of the building com
mittee of the Carnegie Library Board
held last Thursday in the Frst National
bank, Architect Carl Schaeffer was in
structed to prepare plans ana receive
bids for the furnishing nnd installation
of a cast bronze tablet to be placed in
the vestibule of the new library build
ing. This tablet will serve as a re
minder to the patrons of this institu
tion that the building is the gift of the
great iron master Andrew Carnegie.
A Belgian draft horse, weight 1950
pounds, excellent condition, extra
gentle temper, well trained, price $500.
8- Inquire of J. S. Davis.
1 Touring Automobile, fine car in Al
condition. Want good land. Writo Box
71, North Platte, Neb.
The continued improvement in the manufacture of
Mens Ready-to-wear Clothing is strongly evidenced
in our new spring stock, now ready for your in
spection. The tailoring is better, the styles more
attractive and patterns more beautiful than ever.
WeingancTs Quality Place
Song Recital This Evening.
This evening, the North Platte
school of music will present Miss
Carnes in a song recital at the Bonner
residence on West Front St. Miss
Carnes is ono of the faculty of tho Uni
versity School of Music and is an artist.
Sunday school nt 10 a. m. sharp.
Tho morning service will be in charge
of the Missionary Society and will bo
Their annual praise -service. It prom
ises to be of unusual interest Endeavor
at 6:45 followed by tho evening public
worship at 7:30. Tho pastor's evening
theme will be the Power of the Press.
Huxoll Case Remanded.
In tho federal court at Lincoln Wed
nesday Judge T. C. Munger remanded
the case of Ella Huxoll against tho
Union Pacific to tho district court of
Tho plaintiff, who is a resident of
this city, brought suit against tho
Union Pacific to recover $5,000 damage
for tho death of her husband, who was
killed by a switch engine in the Sidney
yards January 1st, 1911.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that I will
receive sealed bids for the erection of
a garage at tho corner of Fourth and
All bids must be in by March 11th,
1912. Plans on file with tho architect,
Bert Reynolds, Cornor Locust and
Fourth, and at my office.
A. M. Lock, Owner.
Combination Sale a Success.
E. L. Jones & Co. held the first of a
series of combination salcB yesterday,
nnd it nroved a success. Thero were a
largo number of buyers present, nnu
stock and machinery brought good
prices. Thirty hend of horses, four
milch cows and a miscellaneous lot of
machinery were disposed of, and moro
could have been sold.
Tho next sale will bo held March 14th.
Farmers arc invited to bring in stock
and machinery for the sale.
The Hendy & Ogier Automobile Co.
haye leased the LoMaster garage on
east Sixth street, for tho sale of auto
mobiles and accessories. In conjunction
a general livery business will be con
Emmett Stays With State.
E. F. Emmett, state bank examiner,
who was offered a position as national
bank examiner, has concluded ho does
not want the job, but prefers to keep
tho ono he has with tho state This
will be bad news for a large number of
persona who had applied for tho posi
tion of Btato bank examiner when Mr.
Emmett Bhould vacate the place.
Red Polled Cattle and Hog Sale.
On Saturday, March 2, I will sell 30
Red Polled cows and bulls, nlso 15
Poland China and Duroc Jersey bows,
all immune. Salo will be held at U. P.
barn in Lexington.
If interested, writo for catalog con
taining descriptions. All cows or heifers
not fresh, will bo in the spring.
J. O. Anuekson.
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