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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., MARCH 8, 1912.
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TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
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Little Lester Mang
tor Mantr is ill this week
-with lung fever.
Andy McGovern has nccepted a posi
tion at the Elks' club rooms.
Thomas McGovern, of Fairbu'ry, who
visited relatives lastweek, has returned
Howard Frazee, of Red Cloud, was
called here this morning by the death
of his father.
Christian Science service at K. P.
hall Sunday at 11 A. M. Subject:
"Man." Sundayschool at 12 M.
J. C. Vizzard, of Omaha, of the
secret service of the Union Pacific,
spent yesterday in town on business.
Mrs. Wood, of Sutherland, returned
homo this morning, after spending sev
eral days with her father Loren Purdy.
Mrs. Edw. Burke has engaged the
services of Mrs. Homer Handley, an
experienced maker, as assistant at the
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Scott, of Hunt
ley, arrived this morning to attend the
funeral of the latter's father, the late
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Ralston, of Col
orado Springs, was called here today
by the death of Mrs. Ralston's father,
the late James France.
Weather forecast for'North Platte
and vicinity: Unsettled weather, slow
ly risingtemperatu re. The maximum
temperature yesterday was 27, a year
ago 67 minimum last night 9, a year
A Washington dispatch dated yester
day says: The public lands committee
of the house has agreed to report the
Boiah bill favorably, enabling home
steaders to prove uplift thiee years,
with seven months' actual residence
each year upon their land. The com
mittee also agreed to pass an amend
ment offered by Congressman Kinkaid
extending the provisions qf the bill to
Nebraska , lands.
A petition is being circulated asking
th&U.fhe name qf W.- M. Cunningham
Ijb placed on the ticket for the munici
pal election as a candidate for water
commissioner. Mr. Cunningham is the
logical candidate, th6 man the city
needs and really should havo when it
takes over the water plant. Through
his long service with the water com
pany he is thoroughly conversant with
all the details and under his supervision
the plant would move along as succ ss-
fully as tnougn no cnange
LIFE would bo flat and colorless for
both young and old without some
pleasure in piquency. So with food,
A relish creates pleasure and appetite for your meals,
it is oft-times as much of a tonic as the best prescrip
tion handed out by a physician. It is your chjty as
a good housewife to get the best relishes. Bad relishes spoil good
We aim to keep the best in these as in everything
else delicious jams and jellies that are made with
pure sugar and keep the natural flavor of the berries
Pickles preserved in the finest malKvinegar. Sauces
of the best brand all the hundred and one delica
cies that help to make your daily meals more pleas-
ing. If you want any relish we have it. Come in
and look over our stock.
Some of our leading articles for the current week:
Pure Fruit Jams in 32-oz Jars, 35c; pure Fruit Jellies in 32-oz
Jars, 35c; pure Fruit Jellies in 8-oz Jars, 30c; pure Fruit
Preserves in 8-oz Jars, 30c; Ferndell Salad Dress
ing, Durkce Salad Dressing; Horse Radish
Mustard; Cross &. Blackwell Chow Chow;
Lea& Perrins Sauce; Heinz Pickles, 57
Rush Mercantile Company.
J. Q. Wilcox" wont to Cozad this
morning to spend the day on business.
Mrs. James Loudon entertained the
GTeaners, of the Baptist church, last
James G. Leonard left this morning
for Sutherland to spend a day or two on
Undertaker W. R. Malonoy was
called to Paxton this morning on pro
Mrs. Jnmes Leonard has been on the
sick list for several days, but is a triflo
C. S. Clinton returned this morning
from Omaha, where he spent a few
days on business.
C. A. Lundin, of Brady, spent yes
terday in town visiting his wife who is
a patient at the P. & S. hospital.
Farm hand wanted Must be exper
ienced and a good worker. No other
need apply. B. J. Guinan, Box G67.
G. W. Miller, of Scotts BlufTs, came
down Wednesday to visit his daughters
Mrs. Jesse Van Dyke and Miss Cassie
The Rebekah kensington, which was
to have been held this afternoon at the
hall, has "been postponed till Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Selby left Wed
nesday night for St. Joe, Mo., where
Mr. Selby will purchase a stock of
goods for his north side store.
The Lutheran Aid Society will be en
tertained next Thursday afternoon by
Mrs. John Rodine assisted by Mes
dames T. M. Cohagen and Chas.
C. A Sibley, who had been in town
for a few days, went to Lincoln today
and while there will file his papers for
the republician nomination for state
Mrs. E. E. Henderson, of Callaway,
who spent the past week with Mes
dames Clark Buchanan and E. E. Line
baugh, left this morning, Enroute
home sho will visit Mrs. Edmund Dickey,
Senator W. Vr -Hoagland 'Of "North"
Platte is a candidate for re-nomination
as state senator from this district.
Last year he was one of the real live
wires in the senate and gave our dis
trict the best service it has ever had.
Mr. Hoagland is an attorney of consid
erable prominence in western Nebras
ka, and has demonstrated his abiliity
ito handle the affairs of Senator to the
satisfaction of all. What then, could
be more plausible than to re-nominate
and re-elect him. Gothenburg Indepen
An Oshkosh special to the Boo dated
Wednesday says: William Fiestermnn
was probably fatally shot by Jack Fer
guson for trespassing this mot ning. Fer
guson had forbidden Fiestermnn to tres
pass in hauling hay across his place,
talking down fences. Both nrc Kinkaid
homesteaders, living thirty-fivo miles
northenst of Oshkosh in Garden county.
Fiesterman has a good reputation and
wns not quarrelsome. The wound was
evidently inflicted by a large caliber
New Station Agent.
F E. Bullaul was yesterday dropped
from the pay roll ns station agent of
the Union Pacific, and Frank T Red
mond, who has been cashier, ,was
checked in as agent. Whether Mr.
Redmond's appointment is permanent
is not at this time known, but if mer
itorious service for the company is to
be considered, he is certainly entitled
to the position. For over twenty years
he has been employed in clerical posi
tions at the freight house and;hc knows
the business from start to finish; and
more than this, Mr. Redmond enjoys
the full confidence of North . Platte
people ho is airst-class, progressive
Dieher Files for Assessor.
F. J. Diener has filed for the repub
lican nomination for count- assessor.
Mr. Diener has been a resident of Lin
coln county for twenty-eight years,
twenty-four of which were spent on hia
farm in Plant precinct. Four years
ago he moved to North Platto whoro
he has since resided. Mr. Diener has
had experience in the assessors' work,
having held the precinct assessorship
three years, and for a similar period
has done the n.sse.'jging in ono of the
wards of this city. This makes him
conversant with the work. Mr. Diener
along with his several brothers has
been a btalwart republican and has
done much work for the party. If
nominated and elected ho will make a
A lanch 5 miles north of the city of
North Platte, consisting of 210 acres,
,100 acres in meadow, 90 acres under
cultivation, 50 acres in pasture. White
Horse cnJek runs through pasture. A
five room dwelling, corrals, wind mill
and five miles of fencing on place. For
price and terms apply to Major L.
Walker, North Platte, Neb.
The Chamber of Commerce is plan
ing to hold a banquet early in April
which will bo a railroad men's banquet.
Unusual care has been exercised tp
provide an attractive and thoroughly
up-to-date line of Spring Millinery
which you are cordially invited to call
and inspect. Miss Whittaker.
E. M. Man, of North Platte, was in
our city Saturday and delivered to T.
L. Carroll a draft for 4101.20 the
same being due from the New York
Life Insurance Co., on a twenty year
payment policy. Gothenburg Indepen
dent. J. W. Whelpton, of Ogalalla, has
filed for the republican nomination for
representative at large from Lincoln
and Keith counties. Mr. Weltdn is ono
of the leading bankers and business
men of western NebrasKa, and has
done his full shaie towaid building up
the west part of the state. Ho is a
clean cut, progressive man of fine busi
ness and executive ability. He is tin
type of men we need in the legisla
ture. Tho Omnha diocese of the Catholic
church is to be divided and an episcopal
see established at Kearney with a new
bishop in charge. The divisi on is tlu
result of a petition sentJ to Rome last
summer by tho Bishops of Iowa, "Wy
oming, Nebraska, South Dakota and
Montana which stated that tho in
creasing population of western Ne
braska mado the work very hard for
Rev. Richard Scannell. A new bishop
for this division will be chosen from
three candidates whose names havo
been snbmitted by irremovable rectors
of Omaha and will be sent to Pope of
Tho Modern Woodmen held a meet
ing last evening and discussed the
altitudinious raise in assessments.
They will hold a special meeting Thurs
day evening of next week and elect
delegates to tho insurgent state con
vention to be held at; Hastings March
20th. A special from Hastings says:
I Denying that tho head counsul or other
executive officers havo tho right to
cancel certificates of members so long
i as they pay their dues, Walter Livingb
' ton, head of tho insurgent Queen City
camp, declared tho state meeting
called for March 20 hero will be held
'regardless of the threat of Head Con
sul Talbot to suspend tho members who
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Guaranteed for four months ....
Four pairs in a box $1.00
All colors. See our Show Window.
The guarantee reads:
BE IT KNOWN that we, the Chattanooga Knitting
Mills, will replace, without charge, any or all of tho
four pairs of hose sold herewith, that fail to wear
without mending in the heel, toe or sole, for four
months from date of purchase.
THE QUALITY PLACE
HorsoB for sale at Iler&hey's, corner
Gth and Lociibt St.
Mrs. Leonard Dick, who has been
very ill, is reported much hotter today.
Otto Rosenteder, of Paxton, came
down yesterday to attend tho funeral
of the late Mjs. Chailes Handy.
A ten pound baby boy was born yes
terday to Mr. and Mrs. William Otten.
Mother and babe are doing nicely.
Misses Mabel Day and Alice Otten
will go to Grand Island tomorrow to
visit Mis. Guy Robinson until Monday.
Tho Chamber of Commerco banquet
will be held at the Timmerman cafe on
Wednesday evening, March 13th.
W. J. Tiley returned last evening
from Tryon, where he spent the greater
part of tho week soliciting members
for tho Yeomen lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Getthens, of
Scotts Bluffs, who havo been visiting
tho latter's sister Mrs. Jessie Van
Dyke, will leave in n few days for Kan
Tho Hendy-Ogier Garngo is under
going repairs, new cupboards and
shelving have been added, tho Btone
walls are being plastered and a new
metal ceiling will be put in.
Tuesday evening Officer A. S. Coates
received a message from Nichols, stat
ing that an Italian had brokon into a
Greek outfit car, of which John Bosson
was in chargo and robbed tho same.
Among the missing articles were sev
eral razors, gold rings, watch chains,
knives and soven dollnrs in currency,
amounting in all to S32. Tho next
morning a fellow answering tho
description, who lodged at the urand
Hotel, was arrested for trying to sell
tho x'azors. Ue was held in jail until
Wednesday evening but as no complaint
was filed no was totalised.
Ladies who wish to have the inward
satisfaction of knowing that they have
the best and still b'e conscious that no
ether lady in town has any smarter or
more attractive outfits than they have on.
distinction is the " keynote? of
Our aim is not merely to sell poods
but to sell them RIGHT.
We do not feel that our responsibility
ends after a purchase is once made. '"We
want you to be satisfied and to be satis
fied for ALL TIME.
Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists and Queen
Quality Shoes that are artistic, becoming
and comfortable, can be had at
JULd &&. IL iiwi iixi, e
The Catholic Girls' Club will bo on
tertained at the Hanifin homo Monday
evening at a kensington. Tho enter
tainment committee consists of Misses
Hanifin, Maloney, Kelihor, Fonda and
Mrs. Harry Guthorlcss.
Miss Helen Davidson, of tho Tele?
phono office is ofT duty, owing to ill
ness. C ry stal
Adventures of Billy.
Mrs. Pussy Loves Animals.
Patsy and Boyle also Allen
and Arnold High Class
lOco and 15c.
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dibcu3Fcd by Mila ". "' o ard at Lloyds
Opera Hous Tuc'loy evoninff, March
12th. Sho is a highly educated Woman,
Sho hai occupied vnritniB pulpits jtj the
Unitaiian church and .-m f r l vi Kars
tho leading editorial r i r t . the
Rocky Mountain Nv hhI Di nvor
Times. The Noith Anru, Review
places her among the mo 1 dUtmj,ui hod
graduates of Cornell Lu.vuUi . I.i
addition to boing a scholar, Mrs. May
nard is everywhere pir-iefd for iho
vivid manner in Which s;e pin4iU 1 ii
bubjeot. Her leetutos are dclivoivd
with wonderful dramatic power.
Double vaudeville bill al
The Crystal tonight nnd Sat
Notice of Indebtedness of the C. F.
At the close of business February 29,
1012, tho amount of all oxisting debts
of said company was $12,038.11
This notice is published in complinnco
with Sec. 180 on corporations, of Com
piled Statutes of tho Btate of Nebraska.
E. C. Iddings, Pres.
Frkd PnnitETT, Treas.
, R. L. BAKnit, Secretary.
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