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NORTH PLATTE, PBRASKA, FRIDAY ttlG, APlfc 1 1895.
NO. 29.: ,)
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A Handsome Three-Quarter Life-Size .
We propose to give to each of our customers a handsome portrait of anybody
tney may select. To this end we have made a contract with a leading portrait
house to furnish us with their celebrated pictures. To those who have seen these
portraits no word is necessary; and those who have not we invite to inspect the
samples at our store. We will not confine this offer to one picture in each family,
out give a portrait each time you comply with the requirements criven below. We
further assure you that if the portrait is not satisfactory, you need not accept it
untu it is.
-Lno portraits are Crayon and India Ink and of a, very fine grade. The same
picture costs, when ordered of an agent or picture house, $10.00 to $18.00.
THE WAY TO OBTAIN THE PICTURE.
We furnish you with a card on which are printed 5, 10, 15, 25, 30 and 50 cents
amounting m all to $10.00, and when you make a purchase the amount of the same
is punched out of the card. When you have bought goods to the amount of ten
dollars you furnish us with a photograph or tin. type from which to make the
picture. The cost of the frame, glass, etc., will be but $2.75. These portarits are
made by the well-known Standard Portrait Co. of Chicago..
THE BOSTON STORE, J. PIZER, Prop.
"ECONOMY ZS-TCfiWOi '?
ALFALFA, POTATOES, CORN AND HAY
will make this country prosperous.
Buy your Seeds of Harrington & Tobin. We are here to stay.
W. R. C. ENTERTAINMENT.
Following' is. the programme of
the Woman's Relief Corps enter
tainment to be given at Lloyd's
opera house on Tuesday, April 16th:
Song, 4 'Star Spangled Banner,
chorus of twenty-five voicesj-speak
inr tableaux. "Lawn Fete:" in-
strumental music, Mrs. Worn sly r
song, "Rally Round the Flag,"
chorus; speaking tableaux,' 'Appre
ciative." music, Olds' orchestra;
song, "Tenting on the. Old Camp
Ground;" speaking tableaux, "Tom
my's Opinion;" music, Douglas
Bros.; fancy dancing, Delia Post;
speaking tableax, "A Slight Mis
take;" song, "Marching Through
;Georria:" children's drill. After
the Tiroorramme the dancincr will
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commence. Articles both needful
and ornamental will be for sale and
light refreshments will be served.
Don!t forget the date and don't fail
to attend. Admission ten cents.
Frank Dilley and Chas. Perry, of
North Platte were on our streets
Rev. Nichols and W. J. Crusen
are still holding revivals at the
school house. Converts come in
slowly but it is noticed that a good
manr are on the "anxious bench"
and good results are likely to, show
up in the near future.
The insurance adjuster spent
Monday with J. W. Bobbitt and a
satisfactory settlement seems to
have. been arrived at.
M. Trabb, of eastern Keith coun
ty, was in our village on Tuesday.
I. L. Standifer, of Keystone, was
looking over the irrigation country
on Monday and finally rented a farm
north of town from the Western
Seed and Irrigation Company.
Parties looking for stock that
drifted away during the recent
storm are becoming quite numerous.
Agent Carpenter is building a
stone tank on his lots in the east
part of town. J. H. Abshire is
doing" the work.
A subscription paper for the pur-
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pose or sending Mrs. uonaiusun
east for medical treatment has been
going the grounds and. gets ,a, lift
from nearly everyone.
Z. J- Hostetter departed for Colo
rado the last of the week. He has
the best wishes of the Sutherland
people in whatever calling he may
Chas. .Bussemer came in from
Columbus on j.no. :a
inc. Charlie has
under the new ditchmLjwiu make
arrangements for irrigating same
at once. - .
The rain last week, put the.
ground in fine shapes and. consider
able farming is being doneTl,
Grant Wagner proved, up on his
land on Monday John Gummere
andN. G. By lander acted as his
Geo. Bon well is breaking up some
land southeast of town- for John,
The fancy center table made, of
rope by O. A. Hostetter which has
been on exhibition at Blackmore's
drug store was raffled off last Sat
urday. A candy salesman from
OmaHaf who tips the beam at 400
pounds held the lucky number.
John Swanson has relinquished
his position at the livery barn and
will conduct a seed farm for the
Western Seed and irrigation com
pany the coming season.
Ed Coker has rented chair room
m the Hostetter building and from
now on will be found tljere every
Saturday by parties wishing a
shave or hair cut.
D. S. McConnell anrf W. T. Mil
ler, of Keith county, were oh our
Geo. Evans and Frank Hennick
will build houses in the near future
on Hunter's land north of town.
Walter Beauchamp of the Bird
wood country was in town Wednes
day. E. J. Godfrey, of Birdwood, has
returned from Hot Springs, S. D.
where he has been spending the
winter. He .was on our streets
C. F. Iddings was in town Wed
nesday looking after Ijis business
A gentleman from Brady Island
has secured the job. of plastering
Emerson's new house,
Grant Wagner departed for Saun
ders county Tuesday evening;,
MISS KATE WOOD s now in charge of the very
st aod latest Sty
ever exhibited in the city of North Platte.
Call and examine them.
.Quite a heavy rain, fell last Fri
day and Saturday -wMich -greatly
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deligntea every one, ijrmersespeci
House cleaningndjjrigation are
the principal topics oicpMiversation.
An irrigation meetmgi was held
here last Saturday and,- all the
while it was raining hard.
Many persons continue to be aff
flicted with sore eyes.
W. Myers, who is working in
Gothenburg at present, was a Max
well visitor last Thursday.
There was no literary society last
Saturday night because of the rain
and no-one was disappointed lis all
were so glad to have it rain.
August Swanson, of the Island,
was a Maxwell visitor last Satur
day. An unusually large crowd at
tended singing school last Monday
Next Saturday night, April 13th,
the singing school will give an en
tertainment, after which will come
the debate on this question: "Re
solved that art is more beautiful
There will be a dance here Fri
day evening, April 19th.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward foe any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
J. F. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
We tbe undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, O. Walding,.Kinhan& Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Price
75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Star Clothing House.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes
ever shown in the city of North Platte,
or any other city west of Omaha. Our
Prices Defy Competition.
Immediate Inspection Invited.
STAR CLOTHING HOUSE,
WEBER & VOLLMER, Props.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
Commencing at once, not special, but every day prices. We quote you a few prices. We guarantee our goods to be first-class. Our
goods are turned over so fast they don't have time to get shelf-worn and stale. The reason why we sell goods so cheap is that CASH is
what talks. You don't have to pay Jones'-bill. A word to the wise is sufficient.
Special Combination No.
40 yards best L L Muslin
4 pounds best California Peaches.
6 pounds choice Prunes
4 pounds choice Apricots .
6 pounds large Kaisins
2 cans of Baking Powder
5 packages of Yeast
1 large package Matches
7 btrs Haskens Bros. Soap.
3 bars Tar boap
3 cans Above All Corn
3 pounds Soda
All the above for 5.00.
We carry the celebrated Parked Glo.ves, just the thing
for Spring. Every pair warranted
The tariff regulation does not epect us, as we bought
after it went into effect.
Ladies, you can find imitation Hair Cloth and Fiber
ine at our store. They are in the push.
Those Trimming Silks are cheap at 50 cents. Find
some by calling. " t
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We are just receiving a very nice, line of Dress Goods this week.
We have some special drives in Printed Satines. Ten and i
cents per yard.
Full line of .Oxfords in tans next weelc.
Headquarters for Belt Buckels and Ribbons.
Combination No. 1,
40 pounds best Granulated Sugar
30 bars Haskens Bros' Laundry Soap
2 cans Lewis' Lye
1 bottle Vanilla Extract .
1 hntfcle Lemon Extract
1 pound ground Pepper
fi nminds cleaned Currants.
1 pound jnoice xea
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3 pounds Choice Prunes
2 pounds Choice Mixed Candy.
5 pounds Boiled Oats
1 large box of Matches ---
1 pound Bio Coffee
All the above for Five Dollars.
Bananas and Oranges are cheap at 5f cents per dozen.
Twenty pounds of Dried Grapes forgone dollar.
Combination No. 3.
24 spools Coates' Thread .
15 yards Simpson's Best Prints.
10 pouuds Granulated Sugar
1 gallon best borghum
20 small Boxes of Matches
10 pounds Dried Grapes -
1 pound of Pepper
3 pounds Best Kaisins
d pounds of boda.
1 pound of Fancy Tea
5 bars White Bussian Soap
1 can Bon Bon Baking Powder
1 bottle Lemon Extract
6 pounds of Oatmeal
3 pounds best Kice.
All the above for Five Dollars.
Patronize home industry by buying North Platte, Fullerton and
Cozad Flour. Best patent $r per sack, "ivvery sack guaranteed.
Forty pounds of Sugar $1.00. See' Combination No. 2.
Lincoln combination orders filled to ihe Queen's taste.
Forty 3'ards of Muslin for $1.00. See combination No.. 1 .
Genuuine Hair Cloth just in at 65 cents a yard.
W. T. BAKES, Front SL,
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Combination No. 4.
7 pounds of Kio or Arbuckle Coffee ; 1.00
One 3-gallon keg of Syrup 1.00
6 pounds of large Kaisins 50
6 pounds of Choice Prunes : 50
12 pounds of Oatmeal 50
6 pounds of choice Rice 50
1 pound choice Tea : 50
0 cans Above All Corn . - 25
1 pound Ground Pepper. 25
All the above for Jbive Dollars.
We Have Bargains for All.
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