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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., APRIL n, 1913.
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Local and. Personal.
Harry "Worrill, of Sutherland,
spending the day here on business.
Clarence Tollefsen, of Sutherland, is
spending this week in town on business.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Davis have
moved into tho Knox property on west
County Superintendent Cleo Chappell
loft this morning for Hershey on busi
ness. .Mesdames Hcrminghausen and Roso
bloom hnro returned from a brief visit
Dennis Redmond, of .Dcnvor, is in
town transacting business and visiting
William Finnoy. of Ogalalla, camo
down yesterday morning to spend n
couple of days on bhsiness.
Mrs. Charles Leirk and daughter
Hazel have returned from a short visit
in Omaha and Fremont.
Yes Our Blue Birds will be on sale
at our auction. In fact everything in
our store. Dixon, The Jeweler.
Henry SchufT, of Grand Island, is
spending to day in town visiting friends
and transacting business.
Many people are asking, will Dixon
sell his fine diamond goods at' auction.
Our answer Yes. Dixon, The Jeweler.
James Martin left this morning for
Omaha to spend a week or longer after
which ho will go ro Scotts Bluffs to ac
cept a position in the Mcston laundry.
MisG Julia Duckworth, of Clinton,
111., who had been in charge of the
Postal telegraph office in this city for
several weeks, left for home this morn
ing. Weather Forecast: Fair and warmer
tonight and Saturday. Highest temper
ature yesterday 34, a year ago 72.
Lowest temperature last night 23, a
year ago 34.
David Hunter, who had been spending
the winter in Southern California, -has
roturned to his fruit farm near Suther
land. Mrs. Hunter will return in a few
The branch train No. 97 due at fivo
o'clock last evening arriVed at ten
o'clock this morning having been de
layed, byeight feJt.of snow, up, .on, tho
..Mrs. K. C. Baker and lions Kenneth
and Neale O'Brien will return to
Eufaula, Okla., tomorrow having bsen
called hore by the death of the Jate D.
A special meeting of tho Eastern
Star wiil be held Wednesday evening,
Apiil 1G at 7:30 p. m. for initiation
All members and visiting members are
urged to be presont.
Mrs. M. Hosier, Sec.
Governor Morehead has designated
Tuesday, April 22, asurborday and calls
upon public bchools and all citizens to
observe tho day by setting out traos
and otherwise keeping up the spirit of
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne who will re
side on the.oxperimental farm arrived
this morning from Washington, D. C.
Tho former came here several weeks
ago and loft tho first of this week to
meet Mrs. Osbonyi and accompany her
Stallion For Sale.
At Horshey's Hardware Store.
Cor. 5th and Locust. Phono 15.
Wherever you may wander there you will
WALK-OVERS. They set the style for shoes
Every day more than seventeen thousand
nnd woman buy WALK-OVERS because
know them. .
Because of recognized quality, the many sizrs and
styles, the way they fit and look, this is why the
world is wearing Walk-OVERS.
Consider your feet, and choose WALK-OVLK
next time. Come and be REALLY fitted.
We are showing the new Spring models, notice
our window display.
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Tho Twentieth Contury club will bo
entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs.
Miss Myrtle Richards has returned
from Columbus and takon chargo of tho
Postal Telegraph offioo here.
Howard Graham, of Council Bluffs,
formerly of this city visited Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Stamp this week.
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Guy Swopo received word yesterday ,
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remuems ui uuyiun, vs. unci ijerisucu in
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rn repent flnnrt in rhnt. pit v.
The nwly elected city officials will be i
Inducted into offic. on Tuesday evening .
of next week, when a regular meeting
of the city council will be held.
Railroad employs at this terminal con
tributed over $200 to the Omaha storm
sufferers, this amount being sent direct
to tho committco through Mr. Mohler.
Wanted Plain Sowing. Apply 320 E.
11th at. Mrs. R. Loudon.
The recently elected officers of tho
Elk Lodge will be installed next Mon
day evening and a clnss of five will be
initiated. Following tho latter cer
emony' lunch will bo served by the com
mittee. Bring your hens to the North Platte
Produce Co., and get 12c n pound. 20-2
Our repair department is nt your ser
vice. The workmen will give your
watch the same careful attention during
our sale as is our custom. Dixon, The
Eddie Foy, the comedian, and his com
pany of sixty peoplo passed west early
yesterday morning on a five car special
enroute to Denvor. The company
played in Grand Island Wednesday
On account of snow drifts and bad
roads the carrier on the Tryon mail
route was forced to abandon his trip
Tuesday and Wednasday. Tuesday he
succeeded in making sevonteon miles
of the journey nnd forced to tie up.
J . R. Ritner will begin tho erection
of a cement block building on the lot
east of his fued storo on west Sixth
6treet just as soon as the weather will
permit. Tho building will be oc
cupied by a new moving picture
Ladies; now is the . time to add ' to"
your silver service at your own price.
Dixon, The Jeweler.
The Band Concert and Ball will be
tho principle social function next week.
It will be held at the Lloyd opeia hount'
on Thursday evening, April 17th, and
arrangements are being made to accom
modate and entertain a large number of
Pittsburg Perfect Electric Weld Fenc
cing, Grand Island Barbed Fencing,
Barbwire and nails for sale ntHerBhev"
5th and Locust Sta., Phono 15. tf
Mrs. Agnes Boyer, of this city, state
commander the Ladies of tho Macca
bees, has been in Omaha for some time
past assissting in organizing relief for
Omaha storm sufferers and especially
those sufferers who are mambere of
that order. Through the efforts of
Mrs. Boyor and the Omaha lodges of
the order, arrangements have been
made to cars for tho personal needs of
all membsrs who were losers in the
tornado. A call for assistance from all
the lodges in tho state will be mado.
Lots For Sale.
I have a fow lots on West Sixth
street for sale on easy terms. Inquire
of Thos Orton. 22-4
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Mrs. Vvm. F. Cody and Mr. and Mrs,
Fred Garlow, who soon leave North
Platte to make their homo nt Cody,
"Vyo., were tendered n farewell rccep-
Hon at the-Elk's homo last evening by
mtmben of that order and their ladios.
Moro than ne hundred were present,
ana the veiling pleasantly spent in
dancing and card playing, tho Gurlisch
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orchestra furn shing the music. Re-
freshments wore served at 11:30 by
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Mrs. James Hart, and after this spread
dancincr was continued. I
Mrg Cmly eavcs Saturday for Phil-
n(ieiDhin to ioin the Colonol. and the I
same day Mrs. Garlow nnd the two ,
for Cody, Wyo.
Mr Ulow will leave or the latter
place next week.
The regret is general over the re
moval of theso worthy people from
Next Number of Lyceum Course.
L. F. FULLER
L. F F'i . , "t siciahst
loclurerof Girard. Kins , will deliver
the fourth lecture on the socialist
lyceum iMurap next 'Juesday night at
8 p m. at Llind'o opera house. The
subject of his lecture- is "What Social
Mr. VdWfT is one of tho oldest uducn
tor'mfiin socialist mo vcmont. He was
foryivjrpis instructor in normal schools,
ur,d run the tMdiing lnt'fhod wt-ll do
vt'16pad liry uudionco that hears
nun will go aw iv with a knowledge of
s icinlfMii. A n writer and speaker ho
is so wtf.'l kn iwn to the socialist move
ment tnat hu requires no worus of com
mendation n? to his ability to entertain
and Instiupt a" audience.
Mr. Fuller has been on tho lecture
platform for twenty years, ton years of
which have lieetr devoted to socialism.
He has addressed audiences composed
of day lahnrnrji, and audiences composed
of college profe Bsors, and posrses the
knack of interesting tho unlearned as
the well educated.
Two persons will bo admitted upon
one st-uBon ticket.
Residence For Sale.
For Sale the property of tho late
Catherine Brown; six roomhouhe, largo
barn; corner lot, situate at Ninth and
Willow. For particulars 'inquire at 121
It is evident that the Union Pacific
railroad company intend to make use of
their 400 feet right of way ns was given
them in a recent decision of the courts.
At Shelton last week the compnny
placed a fencing gang and proceeded to
fence in tho full 200 feet on each side
of the track. After a tract had been
fenced off the first day then on tho fol
lowing morning it was disooverd that
somo time during tho night the fence
had boon torn down. The foncing crow
began to reset the fence when an in
junction was served upon them, thus
stopping tho work for the presont at
least. The farmers in the eastern
part of the state are determined to hold
this strip of land which they think
rightfully belongs to them.
F. W. Meyer, residing southwest of
town, had bones in both arms broken
Monday evening. He had been unload
ing hogs in tho local railroad yards,
and in driving ncross the rails tho wagon
slewed to one side, throwing him from
the high seat. He alighted in such a
way aa to cause the fractures and
otherwise bruiso nun and mar his fea
tures. It was necessary to take him to
a North Platto hospital whore the
X-ray could be used in connection with
surgical treatment.- Sutherland Free
Tho windows in the Ideal Bakery are
being boxed, now acruen show cases
have baon added and soveral other im
provements are under way
Eggs for setting from pure bred
Barred Plymouth Hock chickens. In
quire of or address, Klankenburg Brou.,
11150 N)rth Locust St., North Platte,
Neb. 'Plrno No. Red 443. 13-G
Local and Personal
A number of candidates will be taken
into the blk Lodge at their meeting on
Contractor Wolls, of Lexington, spent
the foro part of this week transacting
business in town.
Mrs. Louis Peterson has returned
from a short 'Visit in Omaha with her
Mrs. Spindler, of Lewellen, formerly
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Ilumbaugh, of Ogalalla,
visited tho Misses Luncford the first of
rr. kv.,i w.- .,.i Mhii,iMn t
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Tampa, Fla., are expectod thejlatttr
part of next month to visit her parents
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bullard.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lester WalkerJJr., and
daughtor who have bcon visiting rela
tives in Minkcn, La., for sorcral wesks
are expected homo Monday.
A number of tho commercial Bales
man who headquarter in this city taro
planning to Rttcnd tho U. C. T. ban
quot nnd ball at Grand Island tomor
Tho team on the Sawyer dray bo
enmo frightened Tuesday atternoon
and ran nway. Tho hack was over
turned nt tho cornor of Dowoy and
Front nnd tho door broken off.
Mrs. M. K. McNamara, who has
boen visiting in Boulder for sevoral
weeks, is oxpectod Monday to visit her
son Charles McNamara before return
ing to her homo in Peorin, 111.
The best investment you can make
today is to take out a Policy in that
solid, liberal company, the Great
Mutual Life of New York. They offer
the most liberal policy written.
Bratt & Goodman, Agents.
The officers of tha United States land
office received instructions Wednesday
to movo the office to the federal build
iijg and not further await th arrival of
the counters, tho only part of furniture
not installed. It is certain thnt tho
records will bo moved tomorrow oven
ing nnd that the office will bo opened in
its new quarters on the third floor of
the new building Mondny morning.
Joe Schwaigcr, tho well known engi
neer of this city, has invented a Btorm
window for locomotives which is being
inHtalled on all Union Pacific engines.
It is a small contrivance with a metal
door, which may be lowered to ennble
the engineer to see through slit seven
inches long and two inches high, when
the cab windows aro crusted with snow.
The wooden frame is to bo Bet in the
the glass of the window. Engineer
Schwaiger has applied for a patent on
The southeast quarter of section 5-1-31
and tho EJ SWJ of SWi, GO acres,
in Section 2-13-31; ?30 per acre one
third cash, terms to suit, on balanco,
six per cent interest.
Also Block :, South Park addition to
North PlattP. Price $1600; one-hnlf
II. E. Nichols. Sterling, Colo.
Charter No. 34'JO.
Report of tho Condition of
FIRST iTIOiL GUI,
at North I'latH". In the State of NiibratUa. at
thu closu o( business. Apr. 4, IWI.
Umim and discount. SU7,iJ.08
UviTilrattH. secured and
U. H. bonds to m'cuio
U. S. bonds to boeuro .1
II. H. deposits 1.000.00
Other bonds to nocuro ,.,
postal Having Z,,0)JM?
HonUs. sccurltlus. me. 70,802.01
Itiiiiklni.' Iiouso. furnl- .i
turu and fixtures 'Si10-
Oilier roal ustato uwnud 1.8.0.uu
I)uu Iroin tat and
private banks- and bunk
ers, trust comtianluN, ..,.,.
and savliiRH banks... . 1,15.1.0 i
Duo from approved re- ,
sui vo nironts 110.W1.54
ClieekH and other cash ,..
Items , ; 2.010.40
Notes ot other national
oy, nickels and cents . i!7B.J0
Lawful Monoy Itesorvo
in Hank. tI; ,,.
Leval-tondu'r notes 3,7OO.0O.-140,4M.Vo
Hodumptlon fund with
XI. b. treasurer (Spur ..
cent of circulation) ... ' 1.500.00
Capital Htook paid In... 'K!'9M
Surplus fund ' fio.00o.00
Uiidlvhlud prollts, loss
uxpunsus. and taxus
National hank notes rnlirnnn
riuu to .state and private
bonks and banknrs. . M,0.fil
Individual deposits sub- .,'.
Ject to check 1. 9WW7 W
Dunialid certllluatos of
Time certificates of do-
Curtllled Checks . . fWi 00
Ciishlor's cheekH oiu-
I'oslal HavliiK- l)polti
Slnlunf Vliliruttifff. Coillll V (if LIllColll. Si
I, !'. 1. Mooney. Cashier of tho alKivn
niiuixl bnnU, do solemnly uar lhatlhoalxivo
kttttumunt Is truo to thu lioitof my knowl
odk'o and lHillof, .... .. , , .
I I.. MnoNKr, Cashier'
fiulihcrll"1'! ami sworn to bofoio mo this 0th
day of Apr. 1013.
WHHr.KVT. Wilcox, Notary Public.
K V. HKRiimiOHii I ,
Hav O. IiANtii'oini Directors
John. I. IIai.moan. )
Banquet Monday Night.'
The Y. M. C. A. building campaign
will start off with a banqot in tho base
ment of tho Presbyterian church on
Monday evoning. Thore will bo present
nt tho banquet Mr. Waro, General
Mnnagor of the U. P. R. R., Mr. Chas.
Gosa of Omaha, Mr. J. J. McKim of
St. Louir, representing the. Interna
tional Committeo Y. M. C. A. Mr.
J. P. Bailey State Secretary Y. M. C.
A. No effort will be mado nt tho ban
quet to rai8o money, it will be an
affair of getting togothor.
Quite an elaberato menu has boon
prcparod and a very good time is as
sured for nil who attend. Tho mon of
the community are cordially invitod.
Quito a large committee havo'lehnrgo
of the tickets. Chairman of tho various
tickot commlttoes aro W. H. Blalock,
R. D. Birge, B. M. Reynolds, M. E.
Crosby, nnd M. E. Scott.
Sunday morning Mr. McKim repre
senting tho international committco wiil
speak in the M. E. church, intho oven
ing he will spcuk in the Presbyterian
Mr. J. W. Rowo, of Grand Island,
will speak in the Baptist church and
Sunday evening will speak in tho
Mrs. E. N. Ogior vory plcasanty on
tortained the membera of the Club
Nevita Tuesday aftornoon. Tho first
contest was guessing tho names of
populnr bookB f rim watorcolored cards.
In this Mrs. Edward Dickoy was given
firs . prize nnd Mm. Georgo Voswipka
tho consolation omblom. Tho second
contest was a floral romance in ,' which
tho prizes wore won by Mosdamea
Rnlph Gnrman nnd Elmor Burko. tho
place cards, decorations, otc, wore in
vioiots. Elaborate refreshments wore
County Supt. Cleo Chappell recoived .
a letter this week from tho Interior of
the agriculture dopnrtmentof Washing-1
ton, in which thoy ofler n gold medal to
the boy or girl who can write tho best
essay on 'IThe Upkeop nnd Rupnir
Making of Good Roads." Tho compo
sition must be completed by tho second
week in May.
During the storm Tuesday and Wed
nesday dispatchers on tho Union Pacific
plnyed snfo by running passenger trains
a telegraph' station apart. During the
worst of the Btorm freight trains woro
Stability, Efficiency and Service
1 Ifuw buvn thu FnotuvH
Iti tlia growth oi' tho
First National Bank,
jSOKTII JL.ATTlSt XlSMiASKA..
One Hundred and
To Loan on improved farms at low rate ,
'if ,of interest with
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Roup is Common Now &. . ',:
It ...ay m(H-ar la your flock at any lime. Don't lot It attack McT . - " .
your fol au.l cut down yuur profits. lVcvcnt it. l'ut in J S-..wv , .
IIJO U(IUM"n n.
fr0&' Roup Cure
1 to prevent and euro tl.I fatal dlseiuo.
&obotmakuiluuaUoua(itcoia and roup
Ouarantocil to prevent and euro tl.l fatal dlscuo. lie, 0c,
l, l-adi-'sobomakcaiaualloiucitcold and roup incdl
clno. San.pla FHI.U
pr Poultry Regulator
Kccix towla In tho boot physical condition aulo tu resist dlscaso.
2Sc. 50c, $1. M-ll. pall. $2.50
"Your money hack If it falU"
act I'rktu rront-aliarlng Ilooklct
STONE DRUG CO.
Willis and Chapmau
Songs nnd burlesque dances
Mios Fay Willis
Singing popular and lute songs
Bluqkfncp Commedinn introducing
yliis own original Burlesqc
In addition to Four Reels
of Besi; Picturos.
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