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BUY AN UMBRELLA IS NATIONALLY KNOWN
1 -jtt A' M same price you used to pny
1 pPm53 for the old style, yon enn now pro-
1 tBr cure a HULL UMBRELLA witlvtho I
1 detachable and interchangeable hand- I
H il'mwJiTi " ' 'es 'nc samo 'mc yu procure.
I an umbrella the worth of which Is
I WjWs nationally known nnd nn umbrella
I JplMl.Mi'l' Bring your old stylo umbrella j
I ''ffliBW'- which needs recovering, to our store
II aHPfli and we will transform it, free of
I lS., I uu charge, into tho now style, "THE U
I -ZSSfMf ""hull"' HULL'' with detachable hnndle.
I HULL UMBRELLAS Come in and see our new Hull stock
DIXON, THEf JEWELER.
"Norlh Platte, Nebraska. '
Societies, Clubs and Social
Thomas Mnrcott, of Brady, is spend
ing a few dnys in town.
Dr. Prichard returned yesterday from
n short visit down the road.
Mr. and Mrs. John Burgnor Jr.,
went up to Ogalallu yesterday.
Miss Vnunitn Hayes returned yester
day from a two weeks' visit in Lincoln.
WantedExtra help" at tho. Vienna
cafe for show day.
Henry Curtis, of Denver, will nrrivq
the first of the week to tako charge of
the Union Pacific hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E, McCarty, fomcr
ly of thiB'city, aro visiting at tho Cla
baugh homo this week.
Arthur Tramp will leave tomorrow
for Great Falls to spend a month with
friends and relatives.
Mrs. W. C. RItner will serve lunch
today and tomorrow to the public in the
unfinished building next to her boarding
Pasture For Horses Close inVer-
r-non Tract. W. L. Crlssman, office
with R. B. Reid, ovorpostoffico.
, Miss Winnie Bridges will return
chomo this evening " from Excelsior
Springs, Mo., where she had been
spending the past nine weeks. She re
turns much improved in health.
The crowd in town tomorrow will bo
vastly greater than tho hotels and res
taurants enn accomodate, , arid to help
out tho hungry .stands will--be- erected
along tho streets by a half dozen parties
- where lunches will be served.
See thoso new Skirts in fancy mixed
cloths at Wilcox Department Store.
The funeral of tho late Mrs. R. L.
Douglass was held from tho residence
Wednesday. Rev. R. B. Favoright
conducted the services which were at
tended by a largo number of people.
Beautiful flowers were banked high on
the casket. Tho remains were interred
in tho North Platte cemetery.
Lockets of advance patterns just re
ceived. Dixon, The Jewulek.
Col. Bill Beatty was up from Brady
yesterday searching for the fellows
who planned the scheme wheroby 250
democrats in North Platte voted for
the republican candidates at tho pri
mary election. JThe Colonel has ven
geance in his heart, so some fellow had
bettor look a leedle oudt.
. For Rent One 7 room house with
, bath and electric lights. One 4 room
houso on East Second street. Inquire
af 51G east Fifth St.
Henry Sweatnam, a brother of Billy
Sweatnam tho famous minstrel man
was in tho city Tuesday "with tho buffalo
automobile ahead of the 'Wild West
show but as ho was" two days late on
account of tho bad roads he rushed tho
. car through this city to Sterling, Colo.,
and followed by train tho samo night.
Mr. Sweatnam has been with the Cody
show for twenty five years, and he says
the attendance at Omahv broko all records.
and Saturday. .
Unto Us a Child Is Born.
- The Loyalty of Don Lius
L. P. Hall and his dancing
kid, a snappy, dashing, classy
10 and 15 Cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Axtcll came
homo yesterday morning torn Denver.
Miss Margaret Bnrnctt, '' of Lincoln,
is n guest of Mr. and Mrs. Miko Hayes.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Kronquest of Hold-
redce spent a few days in town this
A. W. Laymond shipped two cars of
fat cattle to the South Omaha markets
The Store room 22x100 with basement
20x30 at 223 East Sixth St., will bo for
rent after Sept ICth. S. Goozee.
Miss Geil Malmstcin, of Gothenburg,
is visltinc Misses Gertrude and Hazel
Mis3 Gertrude Casey arrived home
yesterday from a three weeks' visit in
Miss Eflie Donci. of Lincoln, is tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs J. H. Edminis
ten this week. V
Misses Alice Baker and Fern Stamp
returned today from Maxwell, whore
they visited Mrs. Geo. Roberts.
For Sale Horse and buprcry and har
ness. Inquire at Fink's Harness Shop.
Mrs. Bainbridgc of Goodland, Kan.,
returned homaycsterdny after visiting
Mrs. A. E. Bell for several days.
Mrs. Brigger and children, of Boston,
arrived last evening to make nn ex
tended visit with her brothor P. A.
- Mrs J A-. -Jones and children arc ex
pected home tomorrow from a. four
weeks' visit with relatives at Danville,
A number of young people under tho
guidance of Corbin Jones nnd Charles
Martini hold a very enjoyable picnic at
Dick s grove.
Mrs. W. J. Redfield is hostess at a
house party this week, her guests being
eight young Indies who reside in the
east part of tho state.
Victor Halligan, reporter for tho Dnily
Telegraph, will attend Frontier Cel
ebration at Cheyenne next week and
also spont several days in Denver.
For sale Automatic washer 813 west
J. H. Cunningham, who is in Call
fornin, made a neat profit on a piece of
real estate, of which he was the owner
but a few hours, tho transaction taking
place last week.
Tho case of Henry Shaetz against
Gus Rosentrater for a violation of a
contract, was heard m the county
court Tuesday and taken under advise
ment by tho Judge,.
Tha caso of tho state of Nebraska
vs Reno Silver and George Hoey for
stenling n span of horses and a buggy
from A. M. Lock was up for hearing
before Judge Grant yesterday. 1 Both
entered a plea, of not cuilty and tho
case was continued until this morning,
Wo deliver fresh milk and cream
every morninc at Armstrong's and
North Platte Meat Market. D. P. Co.
Phone D 76.
Two cars of watermelons, one from
Oaklahoma and one from Missouri, ar
rived in tho city yesterday, nnd as the
the first load of home grown melons
wero on tho street nlao yesterday, we
are liable to feast on this luscious fruit
without possessing a millionaire's poc-
A meeting of the business men of
Gothenburg was held last evening at
which tho proposition to build a new
road between this city and Brady on the
north side of tho river, was discussed at
considerable length and the plan met
with general approval. Gothenburg
For Rent G room house. Inquire of
J, D. Cox, 317 west Sixth St.
Dr. Footo came up from Omaha
Tuesday evening and assisted by Dr.
Twinem performed an operation upon
Donald, tho six year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas, Yost whohaB been seriously
ill for two weoks. Tho operation Was
for an nbescess over tho bladder and
attached to the'peritoneum. At pres
ent ".writing the boy is resting easy but
his case will require careful nursing as
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chorion Temple enter
tained a few friends Tuesday evening
nt dinner in honor of Misses EntaBnWs,
o Springfield and. Mirinm ClnrK, of
Kearney, who are guests nt" tho Boelor
Mrs. M. E. Scott entertained a num
ber of friends at luncheon Wednesday
evening complimentary to Misses Eulh
Bates, of Springfield, and Mirian Clnrk
of Kearney. Mrs. Charles Tcmplo as
sisted the hostess.
Miss Verna Sorcnson entortalned n
dozen young ladies Tuesday evening nt
a theatre party in honor of Miss Helen
Doolittle, of Long Beach, Cnl. After
the show light refreshments wcro
served at Dickey's Ice Cream Parlors.
Tho Ncvitn.club met Wednesday with
Mrs. Ed. Ogior. . A corn cob contest
was tho principal feature of tho after
noon nnd Mrs. Horace Bnrraclough wiifl
awarded tile prize. A two coufso
lunch was enjoyed Into In the afternoon.
Miss Laurn Murray was hostess
Wednesday afternoon a pro-nuptial
"jelly shower" tendered Miss Orrilla
Gilman, at which the greater number
of guests wore members of tho Chi
Omega Boriority. Tho contributions of
jelly wero mnny and varied, and in ad
dition two quilts for the prospective
bride wero knotted. Refreshments
wore served nt tno cioso oi mis de
Band Concert Program.
The North Platte Bnnd, Earl Stamp,
director, will piny the following pro
gram at Court House Park this even
ing at 8:1C. "
March "Tri Mountain" Weokmnn
Overture "Trumpeter of tho Fort"
Soxtotto from "Lucia di Lnmmcr-
Characteristic March "Enmparito"
M. L. Lake
Valso Lento "Loves Last Word". . .
Loves Dance from "Madame Sherry"
, ; . Ji.n.i , Hoschna
March-"Tho Two Bills"
The last nnmber on tho program is by
a composer well known in this city, Mr.
Sweeney, the leader of tho Wild West
Cowboy Band tUc composition is an
excellent cxamplo of his work in this
line. As the title indicates, it is dedi
cated to tho two proprietors of tho big
show, which will bo hero tomorrow.
Buffalo Bill Tomorrow.
Parents owo it ivduty to'' their chll
dren's thirst for knowledge to have
them sec tho Wild West and Far
East. This combination of two exhi
bitions is one of tho best opportunities
to gratify their desires. There aro
very excellont reasons why they, should
bo given a chnnco to attend this rcmar-
knblo, elevating, instructive and histor
ical combinations as this visit marks
Col. W. F. Cody's, Buffalo Bill, posl"-
If there Was as much "horso sense"
in some of the leaders of thought
and propoundcrs of wisdom os there is
in Buffalo Bill's" Wild West and Pawnee
Bill's Far East there would be a good
deal less "bucking" in prosperity's
pnrndo. Coming tomorrow.
The three rooms in tho McDonald
Block .above Buchanan & Patterson's
office, lately occupied by J. G. Beelor
as a law office.
Also the building lately occupied by
tho Hartman cigar factory in block 101
See Chus. McDonald.
Chalmers "30" Torpedo $1,500.00 F. 0. B. DelroiL
Including1 Magneto, Gas Lamps, Prest-o-lte
Tank, Wind Shield and Tools.
Conveyances will be in demand tomorrow why not have this luxurious car at
your disposal ? Remember that this is the car which was driven 208 miles for
loo days in succession; that made the trip from Denver to Me.s'ico City; that for
two years won more contests in proportion to the number entered-than any other
car; that holds the world's light car speed record; that won the hardest Glidden
Tour ever held.
505 Dewey Street.
inor Hinman, Agent
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Cuts-and bruises may be healed in
about one-third tho time required by
tho uflunl trentmont by applying Cham-
berluin's Liniment It is an nntiscptic
and causes such injuries to heal with
out maturation. This liniment also re
lieves soreness .of tho muscles and
rheumatic pains. For sale by nil dealers.
Odd Marriage Notloea.
IIci'o aro some qunlut old tlmo trinr-
riago'' notices that have becu (fog up
by tho Sprlnglleld Union:
In Bosnia. August. 1810, Mr. John
Bate of Wllllamstown. Mass.. to Miss
Mary Ann Bass ot tho former place.
after, .a courtship of ono hour.
Isjiot this nnBllntf well, I nr-k,
' Soch louder bait to tako?
Ha caught In one small hour n Unas.
Tho linns, though, caught tho Ilato.
Mnrrlcd, at nrldgewater, Dec. 10,
1788,' Captain Thomas Baxter of
Qulncy. uged Hlxty-slx, to Miss Whit
man of tho former, place, aged fifty
eight years, after a long and tedious
courtship of fortyelght years, which
thcy.both sustained with uncommon
In Boston. April, 1821, by tho Uov.
Wljmfmi Sabine. Joseph Wllllcut to
M.Isat&iBun Whltmnrah, after a tedious
courtship of thirteen days, uud but
thlrty-llvo dnys after the death of his
fonuqr wife. '
Tho bpst way, It Hecins, a deep sorrow to
For tho' Ions of a wlro Is-to many nn-other.
The Crowd is Arriving.
Tho advance guard of tho big crowd
that will bo hero tomorrow id arriving
today. The trains this morning un
loaded a hundred or more, as as many
more nrrived by automobiles during tljo
forenoon. A good percentngo of this
forenoon's nrrivals aro delogntes to tho
good roads convention, which moots at
two o'clock this afternoon. Tho big
delegations from tho west will arrive
in automobiles at noon. There will be
a hundred or more of theso western
good roads boosters.
Bureau of Information.
A burenu of information will be
opened todny in the room occupied by
the Postal Telegraph Co. Strangers in
tho city desiring rooms can call at tho
bureau and accommodations will bo pro
vided them. Thoro will bo n check stand
provided where parcels and grips can
Heatstroke and stroke.
nentstrolte nnd sunstroke aro terms'
usually applied Indifferently to either
of two qulto distinct (.omlltlons, to
each of which only one, of 4ho nnmes
properly npjilleB. Ileiftatrokc, as Its
nnnid Implies. Is n condition caused by
tho action of excesslro heat, either the
torrid heat of summer or tho nrtlflclnl
heat of a 'foundry, a furnnce, the stoke
hole of 11 Bterfmshlp, etc. It occur
with nlmost ns great frequency nt
night as in thi day. nnd Its victims
may ho overcome on a ciouuy tiny or
without having ventured from their
homes. Tho other form, properly call
ed sunstroke, is duo to tho direct ac
tion of tho sun-probnbly of Its ultra
violet or chemical rays rather than of
Its heat rays. Only thoso who hnve
been long exposed to tho direct rayH of
tho sun, such ns soldiers on tho march,
harvesters, hall players, etc., aro tho
subjects of true sunstroke. Dr. L.
Stedmnn In Good Housekeeping.
Louis Tobin wont to Grand Island
yestprday to nttond a big picnic of tho
Knights of Columbus.
Dr. A. J. Ames, North Platte, gives
the Threo Dny Liquor Cure. Cure guar;
ahtecd. Price right. Roforenco given
Mrs. GeorgoWnll, of Ottumwn, Iown,
will nrrivo this week to Bpcnd two or
threo weeks with horBister-in-lnw Mrs,
Mr. and Mrs. McF,ndden, son Miko
nnd Miss Koso McGlnloy, will nrrivo to
morrow lo visit MiBH Mnry McGovern
nnd attend tho Wild West.
Six room flat, city water and toilet
over Dixon Jewelry atoro on Dewey
street. Beat oillco location,
BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
Karlstrom says flowers hnvo under
Btnndlng nnd know when persons enro
for them, lie pays they respond to n
loving touch nnd to a caress, The
Swedish collector touches flowors .nf
fectlunntely as ho walks through his
grcenhoiiHo and Insists they havo a
languugo for thoso who understand,
lie points to n flower with drooping
head nnd nays It is cnlllng for water.
In different ways, ho explain, (lowers
ask for light, warmth, sunshlno, nnd
when Pntlsllcd the flowers lift up their
bends buoyantly nnd express tho pure
Joy of being. ICnrlstrom ndvlses the
study of flowors through magnify
ing glasses, saying their benuty Is
not half appreciated otherwise A
flower under tho glass, ho asserts, re
veals remarkable benuty and If tnUen
to pieces discloses wonders nevfir ap
preciated. New York Tress.
Meoi5aM, State aijk
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
PAID UP CAPITAL. $100,000.00
4 ," ' ' V' '' 'Vltf A'KptZ,'.: 'yi'iM'f
Depositors nlso protected by tho Depositors Guar
nnteo Fund of tho State o Nebraska.',,
Wo appreciate your business with.ua niid invito-
chas. Mcdonald, w. h. modonald,
Vicir-PreB, niiti Cashier.
A Modern Institution
For tho treatment of medical and surreal cases. Open to th e
mqdical profession. Special accomodations, for confinement cases.
Training school for nurses in connection. Address all commu
cntions to tho superintendent,
Phone 642 Cor. Eighth and Loctwt
Mutual Building & Loan Association
Of North Platte, Nebraska.
In order to sunnlv funds for nnnrnvnd
loans this association will issue a lim
ited amount of its paid up stock.
ml.!- L I. A .!..! .1 1 . 1 1
HUB HLUCK UniWH UIV1UUUU3 Bl WlO
rate of six ner cent ner annum. Divi
dends payable semi-annually Murch 1st
and beptemtier 1st. money invested
in this stock may bo withdrawn at any
time upon thirty days notice.
This association is operated under the
supervision of tho State Banking
Board nnd all its assets aro invested
in mortgages onimproved North Platto
real estate on safe margain.
SAML. Goozee, Secy.
Mrs. Agnes Boyer returned last
night from nn extended vipit In the
A Sensitive Horso.
Harsh treatment, though It stop
short of Inflicting physical pain, keeps
a uervoitn horso In u state of misery.
A Hlnglo blow may be enough to spoil
a nicer. Daniel Lambert, founder of
the Lambert bnint-li of the Morgan
family, wns thought ns 11 threo-year-old
lo be the fastest trotting stallion
of his day. He was it very handsome,
stylish, Intelligent horse and also ox
tremuly sensitive. Ills driver, Dan
..Mace, though 0110 of the best reins'
men In America, onco mndo tho mis
take, through 111 temper or bad Judg
ment, of irlvlnir Dan e Lamhort a se
vere cut with tho whip, and that sin
clo blow nut an end to his usefulness
as a trotter. Ho became wild ind un
governnblo in harness and remained
When an emergency occurs, whether it be fire, illness,
or a breuk in the plumbing, Bell Telephone service is the
quick messenger of instant aid .
In any crisis the telephone will cover miles of country
and deliver your message in a flash.
Telephone service Is neither a luxury nor'on extrav
agance. It is a necessary and wonderful convenience of
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO.,
J, C. BEA VEIl, Manage?'
it was a difficult operation.
east on business for the L. C. T. M.
bo for tho rest of his life.