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REXALL and NYAL
Local and Personal
fcMrs. John Dick will entertain
diab Novlta tomorrow afternoon.
braltcman Everett returned Saturday
from u two weeks visit in Mindon.
Mra. W. T. Bcrrv loft Sunday for
Omaha to spend a week with friends.
"Genuine double bristle ideal hair
brush for $1.00. Rinckor Book and Drug
Thd 20th Century club hold a picnic
on., the Chautauqua grounds Friday
Miss ' Emll Parks, of Kearney, is
spending this week with her sister Mrs,.
H. T. Troup.
Edward Winchcll, of Gothenburg, was
among the out of town peoplo hero the
last of the wock.
D'. E. Morrill returned Friday even
ing from a six weeks' visit in
Omnha on business.
Miss Margaret Fredericks roturned
Friday from Horshoy whero she spent
a wook with her parents.
Mra. M. Jarvis, of Grand Island, ar-riipBd-Saturday
afternoon to visit her
daughter. Mrs. Fred Pierce.
Mrs, E. S. Davis and children re.
turned the latter part of lastweok from
a protracted visit with relatives jnlowa.
State examinations for teachers will
behold ftCtho County Superintendent's
offlco Thursday and Friday of this week.
Pittsburg Porfect Electric Weld
Woven" Wire Fencing. Tho best at
, Mrs,- Bedelia Loncrgan and sister
Mrs. Kato Foy went to Elm Creek
Saturday to attend the funeral of u
Mra. .Trent, of Horshoy, roturned to
herhomo Saturday morning after a
vlsiwltn friends during tho Chau
tautjuR. MImos Margaret Sullivan and Anna
VjOerriTsJf'Grand Island, spent Friday
witti Mis'?' Mary Elias while onroute to
Mrs. Guy Boyer and chlldron loft yes
terday for Princeton, Ind whoro Mr.
BoVorKs been employed as awitchmen
Mrs.' William Connolly and children
leftitho last of tho week for Sidnoy to
rosido. Mr, Connolly was transferred
thijro aomo tlmo ago.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell have, as
their guest this week tho former's sistor
MisV.Myrtlo Mitcbell, of Council Bluffs,
who arrived Saturday evening.
Having sold my homo at G20 cast
Third - Btreot, I otTor for salo all my
hoif&hold goods Including lawn hoso
andpowor, us wo expect to leave North
Platw nbout August 1st.
. J. W. VanDkkhooi'.
Morton Morrill returned tho last of
tha weekfrom Omaha whoro ho Bpont
six weeks' in tho vulcanizing works. It
his Intention to open ft shop in this city
as Bodft jHR bo can obtain u suitable lo-catffinTTn-tho
mcuntlinu ho will do tho
wort: at his homo.
Mr. anil Mrs. Ira L. LeMastors, Miss
Gregg and Arthur Merrick roturned
thejfttUatpartof luBt week from an
autoHrip'to Estcs Park and Colorado
Springs, making u number of sldo trips
out pf ,tho latter place. Tho trip oc
cupbjd 'about two weeks' time,
LtUlo, Louise Spurrier ontortaincd a
number of bur Bmall friends at her home
at jThe Points yesterday aftornoon.
Following a. sorics of enjoyablo games
tho ybijng peoplo woro sorved with a
nice' lunch. In remomberance of hor
fifthannWerary tho hostess received
many pretty feifta.
Dr. W. J. Redfleld made a profes
sional coll to Maxwell Saturday.
Dr. E. C. Kennon, of Maxwell, was
a business caller in the city the first
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Slintz will go to
Kansas City this week ,to spend a fort
night with relatives.'
H. E. Votaw, of tho Maywood Milling
Company, transacted business and
visited friends in town yesterday.
Mra. William Stack and daughter left
yesterday morning for a ten days' visit
in Omaha and Lincoln with relatives.
S. P. Ogle, of Minoka, 111., left yes
terday after visiting with his sister
Mrs. David Moonoy for somo time.
Misses Agnes Mullin and Hazel
Young, of Hastings arrived Saturday
evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Porter, of Hold
rege ore visiting the former's brothor
Harry Porter and sister Mrs. M. J.
Mrs. Ora Den and son Ralph, of
Brownville, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Don; having arrived Satur
Mr. and Mrs. M. Keith Neville will
return Fridav from an extended visit
with the latter's parents in Charles-
town, W. Va.
William Artz, of Denver, who had
been the guest of his parents Mr. and
Mrs.Bruno Artz for sovoral days, went
After spending a week with thoir son
Vorno Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Smith returned to their home in
A number of peoplo from town at
tended the social dance at the Fulk
homo Saturday evening, which was a
very enjoyable ono.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Pizer, of Hast
ings, who spent tho past two weeks
with Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pizer, loft
Anyone having flowers which they
would liko to send to hospitals through
tho Eastern Star Flower Mission pleaso
phono Mesdamos Clnubnugh or Hosier
and they will be called for Tuesdays of
John Holcombe, of Brady, visited his
family Sundoy and attended Chautau
qua. Frank Herrod, of Ogalalla, is visiting
his mother Mrs. Regina Horrod this
week. ' '.
"Harry Cramer who haslbeon working
in St. Paul for several weeks has ro
turned. William Powell who has been visiting
In Denver for several weeks will return
Mrs. Frank Rork returned Saturday
evening from a visit with friends up
Mrs. Miner Hinman returned Sunday
evening from a year's visit with rela
tives inJMcringo, la.
Miss Ollic Decker, of Maxwell, came
up Saturday evening to visit Miss Nina
VanDorn for a week or longer.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Home, of Max
well, are moving to this city. They
will reside at G15 E. 3rd.
F. C. Pielsticker left Sunday evening
for Omaha and Lincoln to transact
business for a week or longer.
Girls Wanted Good pay and good
treatment. Apply to foreman of
Dickey's Sanitary Laundry. 51-2
Guests of Mrs. Harry Cramer last
week were Mr. and Mri. Will Shick and
Miss Lillie La Bounty, of Moorcfield.
Thomas C. Cunningham, of Montrose,
Colo., arrived here the first of the week
to visit his sister Mrs. James Shea.
Wanted A good girl for general
housework. Mrs, Atliurlloagland.
Robert Horner, George Law, F. M.
Patton and M. Reynold, of Wallace,
spent yesterday in tho city on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatch returned
yesterday morning from Willow Springs
where the latter spent several months.
Mrs. Trebby and daughter Miss
Norah, of Curtis, who visited Mrs.
Harry Cramer during Chautauqua loft
Mr. and Mrs.C. F. Shick, of Wood
River, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Redficld. Mrs. Shick is a. sister of the
C. L. Wood, who had been visiting
friends and looking after his property
interests for ten days, left yesterday
for his home in Fruitvale,sCal.
The Union Pacific is advertising for
laborers on double track bridges be
tween Julesburg and Pine Bluff. Wages
two dollars per day, board $4.75 per
WOMEN I have a wonderful money
maker. If you can give all or part
time to a clean, good-paying, permanent
BltYNE, West JPhilada. Pa. 5tf
k Miss Florence Iddings entertained a
score of young friends Friday even
ing. 500 was the principal feature of
tho evening. At midnight nice refresh
ments were served.
Mrs. McKeown and daughters Jose
phino and Mildred, formerly of this city,
arrived Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
John LeMastors. They Intend to locate
hero in the near future.
The cost of tho new compound con
densing pump ordered by the city coun
cil was 4,915, or $1,000 less than stated
In addition to tho magazines on file
in the reading room at tho Public
Library the following daily papers are
always on file: The Omaha Bee,-World-Herald,
Chicago Record Herald and the
State Journal. The Tribune is also
always on file.
"The Street Called Straight", one of
10 late novels which has nttractcd
considerable' nttcntion while running
ns a serial 'in Hnrper's magazine, is on
the library shelves.
Justat present when tho , marvelous
changes being wrought in the fabric of
the Chinese government are attracting
every one's attention the library is
pleased to offer its patrons an un
usually strong, well written book
on the Chinese affairs: "Changing
Chinese" by Prof. E. A. Ross. Critics
who are very familiar with Oriental
nations and affairs have pronounced this
book ono of tho very best books on the
Chinese nation that has everbeen pub
lished. Tho biography of Alice Freeman
Palmer written by her husband, Prof.
G. Palmer, iaono of the most attractive
biographies that has ever been written.
Mrs. Palmer was one of the pioneers In
the pause of higher education of women
and her husband's story of her life and
its aims is u yery beautiful tribute to
the life and work of a remarkable
woman, ihis biography is on the library
American citizens, when they stop
to think of the matter at all, are a little
apt to bo worried about our power to
properly assimilate the Bwarms of
foreigners who come to our shores each
year. In "The Promised Land" by
Mary Antin we have tho story of what
this country has come to mean to one
of these foreigners, a Russian Jew, and
it is a wonderfully fascinating tale. This
book is also in the library.
For sale on easy terms the ne qr sec
tion 5-13-31, sixty acres in sec 2-13-31,
and block 3, South Park addition to
North Platte. Address, II. E. Nichols,
Studebaker Cars Nickeled Plated.
Hereafter all cars manufactured by
the Studebaker Corporation will have
tho lamps, wind shield and all. parts,
which were formerly finished in brass,
nickeled plated. The painting of the
Studebaker (Flanders) 20 has also been
changed and this car is now painted
entirely blue-black with gray wheels.
The nickeled plated trimming require
far less care and attention than the
braES. Prices of the two cars remain
as heretofore, no extra charge being
made for tho nickeled plating. Stude
baker (Flanders) 20 , $950; Studebaker
(E. M. F.) 36, $1265. Both fully
equipped and F. O. B. North Platte.
John L. Burke, Dealer.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bowen daughter
Marie, Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Redfleld and
Mr. and Mrs. Shick, of Wood River,
will leave Saturday for a three weeks
auto trip thru Estes Park, Denver and
A farewell Bkating party in honor of
Miss Irma Barraclough was held nt tho
Lloyd roller rink Saturday evening by
a number of hor young friends. After
skating for a couple of hours lunch was
sorved at tho Wright homo on East 6th
W. M. Cunningham camo up from
St. Joe, Mo., Sunday to visit his family
and mako arrangements to move to
that city. Mr. Cunningham expresses
himself as well pleased with his position
with tho water company In that city
and with tho city.
Mrs, M. R. Chambors, of Littlo Rock,
Ark., formerly of this city, stopped
over yestorday while enrouto to Colo
rado Springs to visit relatives. Sho had
intended Bpending 11 wogk.horo, but ro
colved word of tho illness" of her mother
and hastened west. h-
An aggregation of Divwbou county
ball plnyors, classing themselves as a
Gothenburg team, defeated tho local
team Friday aftornoon by n scoro of
eleven to nine. Tho game was loosely
played, long drawnout, and thero was
much wrangling over the docison of
tho three umpires who wore prcssod
into sorvico during tho progress of the
game. Tho most exciting features of
tho game was an injury to George
Gibbs in which his shoulder was dis
located, and tho hot hcadedness of tho
visiting first baseman, who became ir
ritated ovpr the "rooting" and started
in to cloart up a "rooter" or two, but
camo out second best in the brief encounter.
in these columns Friday the orrdr
being pf a typographical nature.
Grain Binders 'and Corn
Cultivators at Cost at Her-
shey's, Corner Fifth and
Locust streets, Phone 15.
Tho Catholic Girls Club will be en
tertained at 500 at the Dolson home
tomorrow evening by Misses Cecilia
Monahan, Elizabeth Weinberger,
Ethol McWilliam, Vera Scharman and
Tho Junior Normal chorus and High
School faculty under the directions of
Mrs. Elizabeth Cramer will give a con
cert in tho hieh school auditorum to-
rmnuMMu nwnnlriff Tho nrncrrntn nrnmianu
lllvl 1JTT Ul VIIIHHI ABIW J' wf) fWSUWW
to bo very fine.
A now time card was put out by the
U. P. company Sunday in which tho
tlmo of No. 4 wbb changed from 10:25
p. m. to 10:50 p. m., No 14 from 5:30
p. m. to 5:40 p. m. and tho branch train
leaves at 8:00 a. m. instend of 9:25 as
Will Connelly, for a number of years
clerk in tho roadmastor's office at this
terminal, has been appointed supply
clerk for tho North Platto-Choyenno
district. This is a promotion for Mr.
Connelly that his frjonds aro glad to
lonrn, for ho is certainly deservingof it.
Ho will mako his headquarters ot Sidney.
James HartrfTan is expected home to
day from an extended visit in Ohio.
While coming in from Gandy Sundry
evening Mail Carrier Carter, Joo Ma
haffy an(l Simon brothers were thrown
from the car by an accident to the
wheels, caused by striking a big mud
hole in the road. A couple of the wheels
were badly broken and tho car was
brought in by a relief car from Staple,
ton. ' ,
Up to yesterday Chief of "Police
Otten had disposed of twenty-eight un
licensed dogs. He says many dog
owners who have not paid the license
aro keeping the animals tied up, with
the expectation that after a time Otten
will ceaso his warfare. In this they har
bor p. wrong impression, for the chief
will continue his hunt daily until time
to buy Christmas presents, and even
after that time. Dog owners might as
well look pleasant and pay tho license
that is if they expect to save their dog,
as Chief Otten plays no favdrites.
Pure distilled water Ice can; now be
secured. We are prepared to make daily
delivery to all parts of the city.
Distilled water ice is manufactured
under tho most sanitary conditions and
absolutely pure and clean. This puro ice
costs no more than other kinds, last
longer in the refrigerator and ib more
satisfactory every way. Phone us your
order. Price 50 cents a 100 pounds.
E. T. Kelihek Ico Company.
My bungalow on north Locust strcot
with all modern conveniences; good
barn and chicken houso; half block of
fine pndy soil free from alkali in bear
ing orchard. Also eight city lots south
of tho houso in fruit mid shade trees.
' E. A. Cauy.
The Scarborough Co., of Indianopolis
havo issued a now census map of Ne
braska which shews tho Omaha-Denver
automobile route through Lincoln,
Hastings and McCook, but does not
show the Platto Valley route, and auto
owners aro requosted to refuse to pur
chase tho same until the Platte Valley
route Is placed 'on the map,
Platte Valley Assn.
Keeps axles cool.
Never thins out; never
rubs off; never gums.
Insures better work,
It is unsafe to carry large sums of money on the
You can procure at this bank American Bankers
Association Travelers' Checks in denominations of
$10, $20 and $50, which can be cashed as needed in
all parts of the world.
We also have safety deposit boxes in which you can
place your valuable papers for a very small rental
charge of $1.00 and up per year.
Call and see us.
McDonald State Bank,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Union Realty and Investment Company.
Paid up Capital $50,000. Surplus 50,000.00.
-OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS-
T. C. PATTERSON, President, B. 4$UCHANAN,v Sec'y andTeas.
First Mortgages on Real Estate Bought, Sold and Negotiated.
This company is prepared to loan money of investors on first mort
gages on real estate, amply secured ana drawing eight per cent semi
annual interest. Money q invested will be exempt from taxation.
In convenient packages of all sizes.
RmJ tor "EuLr r.n.tmj" U.U.tt
f rn, rcpl4. CilWrwritt, nrinc7.
Standard Oil Company
Organized in 1887.
Mutual Building & Loan Association
OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Paid in Capita! and Surplus $462,852.51.
Prospective Building &. Loan borrowers should carefully
investigate the advantages offered by this Association ,
before doing business with any foreign Building & Loan
' Borrowers in this Association save over eighty per
cent of the preliminary expenses charged by foreign
associations; have smaller monthly dues on the amount
borrowed; pay a less rate, of interest; receive, twenty per
cent larger dividends and with-the same amount of
monthly payments would mature their loan's in a year's
less time; ahd have a more liberal contract in regard
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to repayments before maturity. Plenty of- money on
hand at all times to close loans.
T. C. Patterson, Pres.
Short Orders a Specialty With Us.
Drop in the next time and have a trial
of the'most up-to-date place in the city
OPEN Alili NIGrHT.
New Chef STILL OPEN Improved Table.
MRS. W. C. RITNE, Manager. v
Thu three principal financial backers
of LaFollotto for the presidential nom
ination, Messrs. Crano. Speckles and
Brandeis, refuse to take up Roosevelt
and his third party, and will support
Wilson, which means more "sinews of
war" for tho democratic party.
Automobile owners in Nebraska pay
$12,000 per day for gasoline, $18,000 for
running repairs and $40,000 are daily
charged to the depeciation account, a
total of $70,000 a day. And yet wo aro
inclined to "holler" on tho high cost of
living. In this instance, however, it is a
plain case of high living.
Tho Roberts, Kubus, Fetter, Nugent
and Holcombe families, of Maxwell, at
tended Chautauqua Sunday.
Detroit Vapor Stoves
Simple, clean and safe, two-wick
cookers and bakers nt reduced prices
NOTICE OK SETTLEMENT.
Tho State of Nebraska, Lincoln county, 69,
In tho County Court.
In thu matter ot tho estate ot Hiram A.
To tho creditors, heirs. legatees, and others In
terested in thu estate of Hiram A. Morrow, de
ceased. Take notice, that Harry L. Morrow, adminis
trator, has filed in the county court a report of
his doings as administrator of said estate, and it
is ordered that tho same stand for hearing the
13th day of August, A. D.. 1912, beforo thu court
at the hour of 'J o'clock, u. m., at which tmo any
person Interested may appear and except to and
contest the samo And notlco of this proceeding la
ordered given in the North I'latto Tribune, a
emi'wtekly paper, for three successive weeks
prior to said date of hearing.
Witnees my hand and the seal of the county
court at North I'latte, Nebraska, this 23d day of
July. A. D., 1912.
jK5 JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
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