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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JULY 26, 191 2.
I TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS jj
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" F. E. Bullard left'for Omaha yester
day to transact business for a few days
Miss Edith Wendoborn will leave to
day for Laramie to spend som'o time
Mr. and Mr. C. M. Haydon and
daughter, of Wallace, are spending a
few days with local friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cunningham and
children will leave for St. Joe in a
short time to make their home.
Miss Ethel Donegan will go to Denver
this afternoon to opend a couple of
weeks with friends and relatives.
Misses Katherine and Etta Clark will
leave tonight for an extended visit with
relatives in Portland and Seattle.
Best Amoskeag Apron checks, every
yard the genuine Amoskeag per yard,
5J cents. E. T. Tramp.
The Altar society of St. Patrick's
church will hold an ice cream social at
the Keliher ice cream parlor this after
noon. The Nevita Club 'and their husbands
will hold a moonlight picnic at the
Expermintal Station next Thursday
L. D. VanDerhoof drove over from
Haigler and will spend a few days with
his brother J. W. VanDerhoof and take
in the sights of North Platte.
Mrs, Ralph Orr and Mre. A. Sher
man, of Norwalk, Ohio, who have been
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Prosser
for a month, will leave today.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Redmond have
returned from their western trip which
included the Elks' convention at Port
land and a visit with their son Clarence
at Los Angeles.
Mesdames W. F. Cody and Fred Gar
low entertained the Mothers' club at
the Country Club on Wednesday after
noon at a picnic. The ladies spent a de
lightful afternoon and were served with
a, nice lunch.
You will be nble to got a large
package of merchandise at our Satui
day night sale ,for little money Drop
in and be convinced. E. T. Tramp.
The Nevita Club were the guests of
Mr3. John Dick Wednesday afternoon.
Contests were introduced and prizes
awarded for solving them to Mesdames
Thomas Austin and Fred Huxoll. A
two course luncheon was served.
Weather forecast for North Platte
and vicinity: unsettled weather with
probable showers tonight and Saturday,
small change in temperature. Maxi
mum temperature yesterday 75; a year,
ago 82. Minimum temperature last
night 64; a year ago 52. Rainfall in
the last 24 hours up till nine o'clock
wps one inch.
Detroit Vapor Stoves
Simple, clean and safe,' two-wick
cookers and bakers at, reduced prices
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you may on joy u comfortable oldago; thoro Isono
way to do it: Jianlc your monoy now, L,ot your
aooount grow; then, somo dny, you will ho pro
pnrod to talco A GOOD JSUSINJSSS CJAA'C3 or
to invest your monoy in n paying business. Tho
man -who has a business of Ills own first banlzod
his monoy nnd thon liolpod to mnlcv his hnnlc ac
Do YOUJZ banking with
The First National Bank,
OF XOJITJI PLA.TTJ2, NBJHIA.SJCA.
Tho Largest Hnnlc in "Western Nebraska.
Miss Isabelle Stafford returned to
Paxton yesterday morning. ,
Miss Sara Brand has been elected to
teach in District 89 near Brady.
Miss Hazel Lierk, of Lexington,
visited tho home folks the first of the
Miss Alma Morrill left this week for
Lewellen to spend a few days with
Just think, a $10 hat for 1.25, at
the Parlor Millinery.
Contractor Howard McMicheal began
work tins week on the Hoxie residence
on West Fifth street.
Misses Ethel and Florence Donegan
leave today for u month's visit with
friends in Denver.
J. E. Bolsta who has been in charge
of the Tramp Dry Goods for some time
loft Wednesday for Chicago.
Miss Doherty.and brother, of Omaha,
visited their brother Roy C. Doherty
last evening while enroute to Denver.
Misses Nellie and Pearl Workman
came up from Hastings yesterday and
visited friends while enroute to Bayard.
Mrs. S. W. McConkey, of Corning,
la., arrived here the first of tho week
to visit her sister Mrs. G. E. Rodgers
for some time.
Work began Wednesday on the foun
dation wall of the new Baptist church,
for which J. E. Pile has the contract
for the cement work.
Miss Josephine Chapman, of Morrill,
who has been a guest at the Keliher
home for a week past, will leave Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Tanner, of Lexington,
went thru yesterday enroute home from
tho Elk convention in Portland and a
visit in California. .
Miss Ethel McWilliams will entertain
the Young Ladies Kensington Club at
a prenuptial shower tins evening in
honor of Miss Daisy Mc Michael.
Ladies Black Hose, seamless and a
mighty good value to be sold Saturday
night, 5 cents a pr. E. T. Tramp.
Ajpostoffice inspector the early port
of the week visited the section south
and west'of Sutherland to ascertain tho
needs for a free delivery route.
Charley Boguo came up from Omaha
Tuesday to visit his family for a few
Mays and was one of the fun orignators
at the B. of R. T. picnic yesterday.
Delegates from many of the country
precincts to the republican county con
vention yesterday brought encoutaging
reports of the condition of corn.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carpenter, of
Roosevelt, Ariz., are visiting the
latter's aunt Mrs. A. P. Kelley this
week, having come over from Curtis
Cards were received in town yester
day announcing the marriage of Jason
Sawyer formerly, of this city, to Miss
Blanche Eves, of Cheyenne. The wed
ding will take place at the home of the
bride on August 7th.
W. M. Cunningham sold his residence
in tho Trustee's addition formerly
known as the Dillon property yester
day to Julius Hahlor for well Mr.
Cunningham had offered it for $G,0Q0.
As the house cost $25,000 when erected
and there is more than a block of land
attached, it is cheap at that price. It is
probable that Mr. Hahlor will occupy
the property next spring; until then it
will probably be leased by n party of
Band Concert Program.
The military band will resume its
weokly concerts at tho courthouse park
this evening, when the following pro
gram will be rendered:
March F. M. A Chirk
Overture "Lustspiel" Keler-Bela
"Saint D' Armour" Elgar
Two Step-"Turkish Ttiwel Rag". . . .
Med!ey"Ro3siter's Popular Selec
Waltz -"Flight of Fancy" Rolfe
March "The Operator" Needs
Enjoyable Picnic. "
Members of tho Brotherhood of
Trainmen and their families held a
picnic nt tho Birdwood grove yesterday,
the party numbering about 100. The
forenoon was spent in games, foot
races and in fishing in the lake, these
stunts putting tho attendants in good
shape to enjoy the fine dinner served
by tho ladies. After dinner a game of
ball between tho ladies and men was
played, the ladies easily winning. In
every way the picnic proved a most de
The County Valuation.
Tho assessed or one-fifth value of all
property in Lincoln county this year as
returned by the county assessors
is $5,131,830, as compared with
$4,938,506 last year, nn increase of
$193,234. There has been a decrease
in the value of personal property and
an increase in land values.
The state board of equalization will
meet today and agree on the valuation
of tho Union Pacific property in this
city in ordor that the terminal tax may
James Doyle Dies.
James Doyle, tor more than twenty
five years a lesident of Wallace pre
cinct, died yesterday morning from a
complication of diseases, having been
in failing health lor nearly a year. Mr.
Doyle possessed all the requisite of a
good citizen industry, honesty, frugal
ity nnd charity and many friends in
tho south part of the county as well as
in North Platte regret his demise. Mr.
Doylo was well advanced in year? and
had accumulated a large amount of
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Westfall, of Grand
Island, will move to this city in a few
days. The former formerly resided
Sell Furniture Stock.
Ginn, White & Schatz yesterday sold
their stock of furniture to Howe &
Maloney, who will at once remove it
to their room. Tho furniture purchased
is the average carried by the sellers
and is standard, modern goods. This
stock added to that already carried by
Howe & Maloney gives tho latter an
especially large line.
The same day Ginn, Whito & Schatz
sold their undertaking department to
gether with the stock to Derreberry &
Forbes, who in tho future will conduct
that business in connection with the
Ginn, White & Schatz will continue
in the hardware business but expect to
vacate the present building as soon as
they can secure another room.
Fine-Yield W Wheat.
A month or so ago we were all
deploring the condition of wheat in
Lincoln county, we too hastily con
cluded the crop in the county had gone
to demnition. It is therofore gratify
ing to learn that in some sections of
the county whero threashingis in prog
ress the yield is surprising everybody.
For instance thero is Bert Morris, who
Uvea on the table south of Sutherland
who had in over 300 acres. He bogan
threshing Wednesday from one field
of 100 acres and the result was an
average of thirty-fivo bushels to the
acre. The other 200 acres may not
run as high, yet it will give a good re
turn. So well isJMr. Morris satisfied with
his wheat growing experience that he
expects to put in eight hundred - acres
Ice For Sale.
150 tons, 18 inches thick. Write J.
W. Conger, Loup City, Neb., for
Mrs. Melton and daughter Laura, of
Wallace, are the guests of town friends
I The merchandise lines
9 at the following loss:
One lot IS cent French Ginghams at 10 cents per yard.
All our 60 and 70 cent Wash Goods to close out at 39 cents per yd.
One lot SO and 60 cent Silk Mulic, all shades, to close out at 25
cents per yard.
One lot of 2p and 50 cent Wash Goods to close at IS cents per yd.
.,,- Ready-to-Wear Department.
All 'our washable Drosses washable Skirts, washable
Coats, washable Suits and washable Waists at , .
This means that a dollar's worth of merchandise- costs
66 cents. These prices are for cash onl3r.
We must clean out our entire summer stock in order
make room for our mammoth fall stock.
These inducements are not madeon trashy goods, but
on that high class of merchandise which Tho Leader lias
reputation of carrying. Do not delay too long; you need
these goods now and now is tho time to buy.
Many other lines are offered at reduced urices: to
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quote all would require too much space.
J. PIZER, Proprietor.
The only store that offers the public real bargains in first-class merchandise.
The Molzer Concert.
Music lovers were givon a treat at
tho Presbyterian church last evening
when v August Molzer, Miss Cinberg
and Miss Ackerman gave a violin and
piano recital of fifteen numbers, in
cluding violin and piano solos and
violin duets. Tho selections by Mis3
Cinberg, who is but twelve years old
and a student of Mr. Molzer, were such
as to class her as a prodigy. Mr.
Molzer met all expectations of tho
audience, and Miss Ackerman displayed
rare ability as a pianist. The atten
dance was not as large as the excel
lence of tho recital deserved.
Miss Maude Owens, of the First
National Bank, is taking her summor
vacation part of which she will spend
in Grand Island.
After' the Reward.
As it was in the time of
The People's Hour.
Michelsen & Lee.
Singing Talking and Novelty
10 and 15C.
enumerated below are
New Chef STILL OPEN Improved Table.
MRS. W. C. RITNER, Manager.
Another fine rain fell in this section
last night, this following light showers
yesterday. For the twenty-four hours
ending at nine this morning the weather
bureau reported tho precipitation atone
inch. If tho rain was general over tho
county, it means a big boost for corn.
Pay Chautauqua Pledge.
Thoso who made pledges to Chautau
qua association aro requested to pay
tho Treasurer M. E. Scott as soon as
possible. North Platte Chautauqua
A near-accident occurred on Dewey
street yesterday afternoon when a
twelve year old boy named Browner
fell from his wheel and in front of the
car driven by Dr. L. C. Drost. Appar
ent indecision on tho part of the boy
while crossing tho street, caused him to
almost stop his wheel, which teotorod
and finally topplod, throwing tho boy to
tho ground. Fortunately tho Doctor
noticed the boy and had slowed down
the car with the result that tho boy was
dragged somo distance but not seriously
In the case of Eavey vs Glaser this
week Eavey paid tho costs nnd tho
caso was dismissed. Some time ago
GJaser accepted employment at Brady
with Eavey for which the latter agreed
to giyo him a stated salary and ground
for a garden. Recently Glaser was dis
charged and claimed tho garden pro
ducts, A dispute arose between the
two men and Eavey charges Glaser with
striking him with a hoo causing bodily
Injury. Glaser has beon under arrest
hero for four daya past.
The collection taken up at the Chau
tauqua Sunday evening amountod to
$500 instend of $600 as stated recently,
Master Harry Pizer will go to Has
ings this evening to visit relatives.
Miss Hazel Rork will go to
tomorrow evening to spond a fow da;
with friends. . i
Miss Maude Reis, of tho Kearney
Norma), camo up last evening to virft
her sister Mrs. J, McGraw.
Attornoy4Crissman,of Cedar Rapids,
arrived to day to transact business rel
ative to the Taylor Addition. v
Miss Mildred Pizer, of Hastings, who
has been the guest of Denver relatives
for a couple of weeks, is expected here
this evening. )
Miss Bedelia Loncrgan and sister
Mrs. Foy, who wero called to Elm
Creek laBt week by tho death of a rel
ative, returned homo yesterday.
Charley Armbruster, a farmer resid
ing four miles northwest of Loxingtan
was Btruck by lighting Tuesday after
noon, and for twenty-four hours was
in an unconscious condition. Ho -Js
now, however, on the road to recovery.
Arthur Bellamy, who is charged with
attempting to blackmail F. L. Tomple,
called in the Dawson county authorities
Monday to examino his eyes, which mHo
said had beon burned with Carbolic acid
by three Mexicans who attacked him,
Tho eyes wore not seriously burned.
Tho supposition is that Bellamy com
mitted the act.
For Sale, Price $550.
1 automobile Buick Model 10, in first
class condition with full equipment, top,
wind shield, spcedmetor, clock and
shock absorbers and trunk rack with
trunk and preBt o lite. For full particu
lars. Adress J,. I. Wood, general
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