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NORtlHf PLATTE," NEB.,. AUGUST i$r 191. . ' fW$i :
Ben Hartman formerly of this city
j who spent the past sjx months with his
ft TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
Phil Pizar, known to many North
Platto people has opened n clothing
store in Ogalalla.
G. M. Babbitt has returned from nn
extended visit in Salt Lake City nnd
other western cities.
"Work on the new Carnegie Library
bcgwi the last of the week under tho
supervision of Contractor Howard Mc
Miss Alice Birgc entertained a num
ber of university girls Friday in honor
of Mrs. F. Menifee, of Ann Harbor,
Mrs. N. McCabo entertained n few
friends at a dinner Friday evening in
honor of Mesdames Finmnn of Chicago,
Peacock of Council Bluffs nnd Allovia,
ofkOmaha, who organized the Forrosters,
Tho loving cup which will be pre
sented to Col. Cody nt tho afternoon
performance Saturday has arrived and
is nttrncting n great deal of attention at
the Dixon Jewelery Store.
Major Walker loft Sunday for Den
ver where ho, attended a banquet nt
the Brown Palace Hotel last evening
given by the grand pincers1 of tho
United States "Fidelity and Guaranty
A moonlight picnic was held nt tho
experimental sub station Friday oven-
ing by tho Chi Omega girls in honor
of Mrs. Ferdinand Menifee, of Michigan,
who visited Miss Edith Patterson last
Estrayed August J3th, throo calves,
one black steer six months . old, one
rod steer nnd heifer about a month old.
Finder notify or return samo to E.
Bales on Lusk farm and receive reward.
W. H. C. Woodhurst, in a note to
this office yesterday says: "I am doing
nicely on soup and milk, and ,hopo to
got out in a few days." For more than
a week pust Mr. Woodhurst has been
confined to the house by' an attack of
of fever of somo nnture.
"Tho Miller's Daughter," given
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auspices of tho Yeomen, was one of
. the best homo talent plays ever staged
in our city. The cast wa3 carefully
selected and all taking part were
strong in tho character which they rep
. Tho case of tho Estate of Joseph
.. Little was heard in tho county court
this week and the court decided that
Joseph Little was married to Mrs
Sandy, thismsking her youngest child
Josephine' tho legitimato hor of his es
tate which is valued at about $10,000,
Tho caso will be appealed.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green will
move to Grand Island in the near future,
Mr. Green having purchased a moving
picture show there. Tho pool room in
this city will be managed by Homer
Musselman who has taken partnership
and leased tho south room of tho new
Wnltemath building for five years
A coterie of young people chnporoned
by Mrs. Harry Dixon started for DIck'3
grove Fndny cycning to nolo n moon
light picnic but on account of tho Tain
stopped at the Cody Ranch where they
wero agreeably entertained and spent
a pleasant evening. One of tho large
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Mains wub ubuu iu uuiiiu. .nn uuju
nblo lunch was served by tho young
ladies of tho party.
For Salo Milk, cream and spring
chickens, delivered, mono U75,
The Indian Card Club met with Miss
Hannah Kelihor Friday af tenioon. Miss
Kate Soyferth won the royal prize and
Mrs. Joseph Stone tho consolation
Assistinc tho hostess wero Mesdames
Hayes, Seebergor and Hongland
wero served. Out of town guests wero
Mesdames J. Keliher, of St. Louis,
Finnmnn. of Chicago and Allovia, of
Tho local merchants propose to or
ganize a credit association in order to
protect themselves ngainst customers
who fail to pay their bills. Merchants
who do a credit business are always
glad to accommodate those who pay
ihrfr Mils nromntlv. but there are
some people who have proven, them
selves unworthy of credit, nnd to guard
against these is one of tho objects of
the" proposed association
A reception jyns held Friday evening
In fho Entrineers' hall by the new
court of Lady Forresters, which organ
ized in this city tho evening previous
The guests of honor wero tho ladies of
St Patrick's congregation. Very in-
terestincr talks on tho organization, its
purpose and benefits woro
parents in Kansas City returned Sat
urday. John Mathcs, of Tryon, died Sunday
at his homo in Tryon of ailments cus
tomary to old age. Death came in his
The North1 Platto ball team went to
Ogalalla Friday and wore defeated by
a scoro that would not look woll in print
However tho players enjoyed the outing.
Elsie Adams has filed a petition for
divorce from Harry Adams In tho dis
trict court nnd asks thnt hor mnlden
nnmo of ElsiojCohagcn be restored to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Mason, of Grand
Island, left yesterday for JulcsbUrg
after spending several days with their
cousins Mrs. Joe Jcssup and Earl Carl
Fred Owings returned yesterday
morning from a two weeks outing in
Laramie. Mrs. Owings stopped at Sid
ney while enrouto homo to spend a few1
days with relatives.
Now fall silks, first shipment just 'In
nt Wilcox Department Store.
Now potatoes nro now being marketed
freely and aro selling nt about $1.50
per bushels. It is stated that tho crop
will bo light and tho price is not likely
to go much below tho above figure.
Little Lydin Yost entertained n num
ber vof young friends Friday in honor
of her seventh birthday. A dainty
lunch was served and tho little hostess
received many gifts.
A surpriso party was tendered Miss
Stella Banks Friday afternoon by
twdity-four of hor young friends; En
tcrtaining games wore played and
dainty lunch served.
Martha, tho two year old daughter
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Honry Frels, of Hor
shey, died Saturday of diabetes. Tho
remains wero Intorred in Frntornity
cemetery near Horshoy yesterday after
In tho polico court Friday nfternoon
A. L. Fletcher was fined $5.00 and cost3
for being drunk and disorderly and F
L Snumafl .who .was1 sixth Ud en; a" aim
alar charge was .sentto jail, being un-
ablo to pay costs and $2.00 fine.
A petition is beinir circulated in Max
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well nsKing the school board to call an
election to votq on a proposition to
issuo $20,000, bonds for a new school
building. The plans call for a building
60x90, two floors nnd bssemont eight
rooms and accommodations for 320
Dave Day nnd Frank McGovern lenvo
next week on their annual fishing trip.
Davo has promised this writer a 'ine38
of trout, but as ho has promised us a.
Wild gooso each year for five years nnd
never fulfilled tho promiso, we aro be
ginning to lose faith In his voracity.
Wo deliver fresh milk and cream
every morning ut Armstrong s and
North Platto Meat Market D. P. Co.
Phono D 76.
Tho case of Georgo White vb James
H. Bonaham was settled in tho county
court Thursday. Both men live
Sutherland and for some time Bonham
has been occupying a house which be
longed to white and which ho was or
dered to vacate. Ho refused to do
and Sheriff Miltonberger was notified
Ho immediately called Upon Bonham
and wns resisted, whereoa ho filed two
complaints again.it him. Ono for resist
ing nn officer nnd tho other for carrying
concealed weapons. The first case was
heard by Judge Grant who found Bon
ham guilty as alleged but was lenient
with him and left him oft by paying the
Wanted 2 horses. Will pay$15 or
$20 for same. Lot me know what you
have, Apply before Sept. 6, T. E.
Tilloy, 312 So. Chesnut
A court of Forresters was organized
in tho Engineer' shall Thursday evening
by ladies of St. Patrick's church. The
meeting was in charge of Mesdames
Mary Finnan, of Chicago, Pecock, of
Council Bluffs, and Jack Allovia, of
Omaha, nnd twenty nnmcs wero put on
the charter. Officers wero elocted as
follows: High Chief Ranger, Mnr. J. I.
Smith: Assistant Mrs. Chns. Martini;
Recording Secretary, Mrs. Jos. Dono-
gan; Finnncial Secretary, Mrs. A. J,
Frazior; treasurer, Mrs, James Hart.
Miss Josephine O'Haro was chosen to
renresent the court at tho convention
In Chicaoro on Sent. 2Gth. Tho court
will be known as St. Patrick's court
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard of Geneva, aro
Mesdames Finnan, chief high ranger of
Chicago, Allovia, of Omaha and Connel,
of Denver, Tho jntterpart of tho
evening was spent in social conversa
tion. Punch and small cakes wero served
Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach.
"I suffered intensely after. eating
and no medicino or treatment I tried
crtomivl in ilo nnv frood." writes H. M. ' au....A
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B'" "j t I oungpeiora, suitor 01 iiiu oun, xjuku
visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bailor.
Mr. and. Mrs. D. E. Morrill returned
Saturday from a visit in Grand Island.
Misses Hazel Smith nnd Marie Bowen
expect to visit friends in Konrnoy this
O. H. Brotermnrkle, of Omaha, form
orly of this city, is transacting business
Miss Albina Hahler returned a few
days ago from Louisville, Ky., whero
she attended college.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oulmetto left
Friday evening for Omnha, Lincoln nnd
other points cast
Mrs. Orra Do Ford and baby will
leave this week ' for Omaha to spend a
month with friends.
Mr. and Mrs". Will Stcgal and famiy
will leave this weekfor Williams, Ariz.,
to spend a month.
Mrs. A. S. Chamaberlaln has returned
from a two weeks' visit with relatives
in Omnha and Lincoln.
Mrs. J. T. Murphy and daughters Iza
and Roxy returned Saturday from a
week's visit in Omaha.
Oscar Nealo of Kearney came up Sat
urday and visited witli Mr. and Mrs.
W. T, Banks until yesterday.
Miss Isabel Doran is expected home
today from a viBit of several weeks
in cities on the Pacific coast
Mrs. Menifee, of Ann Aarbor, Mich.,
who has been visiting Miss Edith Pat
terson, loft Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Keliher and baby
of St Louis left yesterday after spend
ing a week with relatives.
Mrs. Haney nnd Miss Martin of Chey-
onno loft Saturday after visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Peterson for several
C. H. Payne, of Omaha, returned
home tho last of last week after a
lengthy visit wlthjhis son, dairymnn F,
Miss May Shecdy, of Brush, Colo.,
who had been visiting her brotherDiivo
and fnmlly, loft tho latter part
View, Ohio. "Tho first few doses of
i Chamberlain's btomncn ana uivcr
1 Tablets gave mo surprising relief , and
, the second bottle seemed to give mo a
new stomach and perfectly good
health." For salo by nil dealers.
of last week.
Mrs. Harry Murrin nnd children ar
rived" homo tho latter part of last wpok
from a month's visit with relatives in
Seattlo, Portland nnd Cheyenne.
Rev. C. F. Chapman held services nt
Ogalalla Sunday evoning.
Miss Mnudo Burgner left Sunday for
eastern points to spend n month.
Mrs. FT D. Winn, ot Kcnrnoy, is
visiting in tho city with relatives and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Millard Hosier roturned
Saturday evening from a ten days stay
in Omaha and Council Bluffs.
Mrs. W. E. Starr oxpecto to loavo
shortly for Omnha and othor points to
visit relntlves for several weeks.
Miss hula liates, of Fails City, ar
rived Friday evening to visit MIbs
Fenna Beelor for a week or moro.
Miss Helon Jones rsturned to Lin
coln Saturday after spending scvorfl
days with Mr. and Mrs. John Evans.
Claudo Mccomber, who has been at
tending Highland Park University,
came homo Sunday to visit his parents.
Mrs. J. S. Twinem and children ro
turned home tho last of tho week from
an extended visit with relatives in
Senator nnd Mrs. W. V, Iongland
have as their guest Mrs. urnin, or
ittsburg, formerly a young lady of
Mrs. Geo. T. Field will leave in tho
nenr future for Cherokee Pork, whero
her husband has been for several
Mrs. Will Jeffers, of Greeh Rivor, in
expected today nnd will visit her
mother Mrs. Edwina Schatz for two
weeks or longer.
Mrs. Frank Dcntlor and daughter
Irma, of Denver, camo down Saturday
to spend two weeks with tho former's
parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Robinson.
Misses Elizabeth Hinman and
Florence IddingB returned Sunday from
Lodgepolo where they spend several
days with Miss Janet Alden,
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. T. Redmond spout
Sunday in Loxington with their dnugh
ter, Mrs. Wm. Tanner, and nttonded
tho concert given by an Italian band at
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lonergan and chll
dren, formerly of this city, urrivct!
here Saturday and expect to locate
having sold their picture shows In Mil
ford and Beuver, Utah,
Attornoy Shuman spent Saturday in
Tri.1,..n 1 i h
jviuiLiitil uii uiioiuuoa.
Mr.- and Mrs. Jnmds Ware, of Blair,
are expected tomorrow to visit friends
and attend tho Wild West Bhow. Miss
Mhrgnrot Wnro who has been snondlng
several weeks ut tho Ottensteln home
will return with them.
Ed Goodman is transacting
in Omaha this wcok.
Clare Bacon, of Choyenno, sponVSun
duy with his family in this city.y
Mrs. William Brncey, motho$fDr.
L. C. DroBt, loft yesterday motfijng to
Mrs. Hazel Napersteck litis acqopted
a position with tho Tologrnph and bo
gnn woric yesterday morning.
MIbs Lillian Burns, mirso ritSt.
Luke's hospital, will leave in 'a ,fow
dnys for Omaha to visit rolutlveU.
Mesdames Lovo and Lnndgfaf Avlll
leave the first of tho week fox'.Chcy-
enne to attend the Frontier colcliratlon.
Mrs. C. J. Cornwall and faintly" wil
leave today for Grand Island' where
Mr, Cornwell Is quite 111 typoid fovor.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Redflold returned
Snturdav nvoninrr from u pleasantfort
night spent with relatives in iOwwa.
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Miss Kathleen Flynn expects to. (gave
shortly for Choyenno and Deliver to
Bpcnd two weeks with friends and
M in. .TosotVh Fillion Sr.. and"Mrs.
Joseph Fillion Jr, will leave Suritiujf for
Rock Springs to visit relativoB.v,
Mrs. A. S. Coatos will re tuff? today
from Sutherland whoro who has ueen
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cpfoyf,
Walter Kockon left a few dayfl-''ago
for Mt. Rose, Wyo., to visit hja, plater
Mm. Paulino Fetz and nccomany Hi
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I. Smith und family
loft yosterdny morning for Kearnoy to
attend .the circus and visit with friends
until Saturday. .7
Miss Serma Block returned Sunduy
from a two weeks visit with frionds In
Gothenburg and resumed work in- Dr,
Lucas office yesterday. '
Clarenco Harrington will leavKshbrtly
for Michigan to attend tho wedding of
a college friend and bo a guest. it a
house party lor ton unys.
Mrs. W. C. Elder, son Coulter and
daughter Helen Gleeson will return to
dny from Marshalltown, Oregon, whero
thoy spent a month with tho Tdjincrs
Codv Boal arrived in town Saturday
night und will remain horo .Jtrjjil the
Wild West reaches North Platte -vyhen
ho will continue to travel with tho
show until tho end of tho season,' Ho
loft the show nt Council Bluffs,
Tho Novltn club will moot with Mrs.
Ed OgloV tomorrow uf temqon.
Miss Pearl Woeks will attend the Fron
tier celebration nt Cheyenne next week.
Mrs. Edward Fisher, of Green River,
will nrrivo tomorrowto visit at the
Mrs. WaltorCovollo,.Sr., leftyoster-
day morning for Brownleo, to visit her
son for tpreo weokn.
Muster Mnrcol Keliher loft Sunday -for
Gnndy to spend a week with the
Jason Sawyer Is taking Leonard Red
mond place ut tho American Express
office for two weoks.
Miss Alta Strykor of Lincoln arrived
Sunday evening to spend a weok or
moro with friends.
Harley Gates is expected home, to
morrow from Donvor whore ho spent
two wcok sight Booing.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burney re
turned Sunday morning from a month's
stay In Excelsior Springs.
Charles Tiornoy " of Corcsco, Nebr.,
returned homo after visiting M r. and
Mrs. Roy Cottroll several days.
Misses Gertrude nnd Mildred Gregg
will leave in h few days for Cheyenne
and Salt Lako to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Crane, Miss
Bessie Kimball, of Oshkosh and Mrs-
Ed. Burton will visit Mr. and Mrs. E.
R. Plummer this week.
Attorney and Mrs. Georgo E. French
roturned Saturday from Chicago,
whero thoy spent several months for
tho benefit of tho hitter's health.
Mr. andMrs. R. C. Christnor, of Ft.
Smith, Arkansas, who have been guests
of tho lattor's sister Mrs. C. M, New
ton for ten duys, left this morning,
Charles Weir and son wont to Kear
ney Sunday to meet Mr. Will Kolkor. of
New York, n nophow of the former,
who will visit in town while enrouto
Attack like Tigers.
In fighting to keen tho blood pure the
whito corpuscles attack disease germs
jiko tigers, mit otton gorms multiply
so faat the little fighters aro overcome.
Then seo pimples, bolls, eczema, Balt
rheum and sores multiply und strength
nnu nppetito iuii, xma condition de--mands
Electric Bitters to regulate
Stomach, liver and kldnoys to expel
poiBons from the blood. "They nre the
best blood purifier," writes C. T. Bud
nhan, of Tracy, Calif,, "I- havo over
found." Theymako rich, red blood,
atrong nerves and build up your health.
Try them. COc at Stone Drug Co.