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TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JANUARY 31, 1913.
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9th street
Judge Warren loft' last evening for
Lincoln.
The S. 0. C. club
Mrs. Guy Cover on
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waltcmath re
turned last ovening from a short visit
in Omaha.
Mrs. H. S. Whito entertained friends
at a six o'clock dinner Wednesday even
ing, covers being laid for ten.
Mr. and Mrs, Cole, of New York,
who were guests of the latter s brother
John Denn, have returned homo.
C. O. Weingand returned last even
ing from eastern points where ho pur
chased his spring stock of clothing.
Miss Irene Richards who has been
visiting relatives in Belvue, 0., forsev
eral months is expected to return in the
near future.
Miss Wright, of Schuyler, will arrive
today to accept the position of steno
grapher in the office of Wilcox & Halli
gan. Money to loan on. real estate.
Bratt & Goodman.
A party of fourteen young men have
formed a club and rented the former
Russell house on west 2nd street for
their meetings.
Harry Murrin has purchased of C F.
Tracy two 44 foot lots on west Fourth
street east of the Votaw house and will
build thereon this fall.
Miss Effie Rodgers and Frank Trout
will be married at the home of the bride
Monday morning. They will leave at
once for Moline, 111.-, to make their
liomc.
The Y. M. C. A. men's meeting will
be in the association rooms on Sunday
asternoon at four o'clock and will be
addressed by S. A. Ebersoll, of Omaha.
All men are cordially invited.
Mrs. George Evans informs us that
she has received an order for sixty
dozen eggs to be shipped to Now York
state for hatching. Hats off to the
Nebraska hon. -Hershey Times.
Weather: Fair tonight and Saturday
increasing cloudiness with slowing rising
temperature. Highest temberature
yesterday 37, a year ago 40; lowest
temperaturo last night 8, a year ago 23.
The change in temperature today re
minds us that winter is not yet half
passed, and that below zero weather
can reasonably be expected during the
next six weeks.
Charles Johnson, who had been man
ager of the Johnson cash store but lately
resigned the position, leaves todoy for
Stromsburg where he will visit relatives
and later will go to Texas to look after
a farm he owns in that state.
Miss Annie Kramp, who attended the
conference of state charities and cor
rections' in Lincoln this week, was
elected treasurer of the organization.
Miss Kramph made one of the addresses
before the conference, excerpts of
"which were published in the Lincoln
Star.
M. H-. McDermott came up from his"
ranch on the Little Medicine yesterday
to transact business and visit friends
for a day or two. Mac is one of the
pioneers of the south part of the coun
ty, having located there in 1882. That
Tie has been successful is attested by
his broad acres and the size of his herd
of cattle; and more, heowns the largest
tract of native timber in the county.
H. E. Worrell has been seriously ill
for several days from an attack of
Tiephritis. Dr. Siberts who is treating
him states that he is a very sick man.
However, his condition is said to be im
proved this afternoon D. E. Martin
Purchased 800 acres of the ranch he has
een living on, last week. He purchased
the improved part of the ranch and will
continue to make his home there.
Sutherland Free Lance.
YOUR IDLE MONEY.
Dont place it on inflated values, on
promises of large rate of interest. We
-have a few choice, gilt edge, first
mortgage loans based on 35 to 40 per
cent values, netting 7 to 8 per cent
emi-annual interest, runing m sums of
$500 and upwards. There is nothing
safer nor better than these.
Bratt & Goodman.
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The North Platte
School of Music
FFILIATED WITH
The University School of
Music, Lincoln, Nebraska
Elizabeth Bonncr-Craracr
-- . DIRECTOR.
All the principal branches of Ap
plied and Theoretical Music taught by
competent teachers.
Address all inquiries to 122 W. Front
street or phone BlacK 341.
Campaign to be Made in April.
The campaign for securing funds for
the proposed Y. M. C. A. building will
be made in April, beginning on the 14th
and closing on the 24th. This was
decided upon at a meeting held by the
committee last evening, when the dif
ferent phases of the work were dis
cussed. A publicity committe composed
of Messrs. Crosby. Birge and Scott was
was appointed, and they will immedi
ately begin their part of the work.
It is proposed to devote but eleven
days to the campaign, but those eleven
days will bo strenuous ones, and tho
work will be so divided that practically
every man and woman in town will be
soiicueu io give lowuru mo uuuum
no sum will be too large or too small
Attractions at the Keith.
The following attractions aro booked
for the Keith theatre during tho month
of February: Miller's Daughter, Feb.
4th; Tho Right of Way, Feb. 7th;
Kindling (Sara Padden), Feb. 14th;
Countess Coquotto, Feb. 18th; Graus
tark, Feb. 20th. Manager Stamp has
also engaged a number of musical stock
companies.
DP?. Iedfield Infield,
Physicians and Surgeons.
WILLIS J. REDF1ELD, Sureoon.
JOE U. REDFIELD, lhylclan.
OFFICE:
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital . .
PHONE642.
Jurors for March Term.
The list of jurors drawn for tho next
term of court district court whicn con
venes Men. 10th is as follows:
R D Birgo, precinct No 3
Richard Owens, precinct No 4
D H Davenberger, Jeffrey
E M Fex, Garfield
Henry Coker, Sutherland
Chnrles Trovillo, Hinman
E W Mann, No 2
I A Gilbert, No 2
T T Karr, Vroman
W S Wood, Wallace
George Hoover Sutherland
Guy Fear, Hooker
A F Funk, No 1
C V Turpio, Osgood
C A Sibley, Fox Creek
H A Harwager, Table
L N Brummett, Whittier
R C Duurtran. Dickens
Arthur Mrrick, Maxwell
John Eshleman, No 4
Arthur Connor, Sellers
R E Grisberger, Somorset
E L Jones, No 1
C W Rutledge, Medicine
FOR RENT.
Houses, rooms, hay and grazing land
safe deposits boxes and storage room.
Bratt & Goodman,
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Attorney M. E. Crosby is transacting
business in Ogalalla today.
Harry Martin, of Denver, is expected
this week to visit Joaeph Richards jind
family.
Attorney Albert Muldoon went to
Ogalallt today to transact legal business.
The Following List of Town Property
has Been Listed for Quick Sale,
and Are All Bargains.
No. 10. Ono 4 room house, corner
lot, with large frame barn. Only four
DlocKs irom the Ilign school, situate on
bouth (Jhostnut btreet. Nice lawn and
trees. Sidewalk in. Prico $2,000.00.
No. 11. Four room house, practically
new, water in house and electric lights.
Large barn. Nice lawn. Walks. Only
5 blocks out. Price $2,000.00.
We have a vacant lot adjoining this
property on tho north, which we will
sell with the property for $500.00
additional.
No. 7. Six room modern house (ex
cept heatand bath room not equipped)
on corner lot with full basement under
whole house, Open stairs and nice hall.
Lot well filled. Electric tiffhts and
water in house. Prico $2,200.00.
No. 8. Six room bunealo.-'four
blocks south of Washington school
New buildings and all modern except
heat. Uood size basement. One and
one-half lots with propesty, and good
barn. Connected with sewer. Price
$4500.00
No. 28. A now live room bungalo
on West Fifth street, only 8 blocks
out, Just being completed. Modern in
every respect, including heat. Price
$4,000.00.
No, (1. Eight room house, modern
throughout, including hot water heat.
Located on W. 4th street. House
practically new. ' Good barn. Price
$4,800.00.
INVESTMENT.
The first two properties listed nbovo.
together with ono vacant lot worth
$G00, can be bought for $4500. Rent
ing at $18 thoy will net you a little bet
ter than eight per cent, figuring out
taxes, insurance and repairs.
I have vacant lots scattered here and
thore over tho city, as woll as acreage
tracts around the city. See mo if you
are figuring on buying.
C. F. TEMPLE.
Presbyterian Church Notes.
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Prenching
sorvico nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning theme: "Life in Earnest,"
Evening theme: "In tho Swellings of
Jordnn." Endeavor service Wednesday
evening. E. A. Cary will have charge
of the Bible class next Sunday.
Farm For Sale.
Tha northonst quarter (noj) soction
twenty-four (21) township thirtuen (18)
rnnge thirty (30) nbout seven miles
outneast of North Platte on south side
of Platte river, all smooth land near
nills, good buildings, fifteen ncres in
alfalfa, one of best farms in Platte
valley. Price $10,000.00. Terms, half
;ash, balance on easy time at 7 por
cent interest. Address Joseph Hershey
North Platte, Neb.
Fire Day.
Fire Day was the order on Thursday
of this week in the city schools and ap
propriate exercises were held in all of
the rooma. Fire drills, fire songs and
stories and lessons about fires and their
causes and prevention were carried out
according to well arranged programs,
Some of the things brought out were
worth noting.
There ore only one-eighth as
many firs in Europe as in the United
States.
Thirteen per cent of the fir on in this
country are caused by defective flues.
Safety matches alone should bo used in
the homes asall others are dangerous and
cause many tires.
Dustless dusters and dustless mops
aro the cause of many firoB, They
should bo kept in a tin or galvanized
can or bucket.
Gasoline causes the most fires and is
very dangerous. It should never bo
stored in the homes but kept in an out
building or some isolated placo.
The Washington school with 314
pupils cleared the building at fire drill
today in 50 seconds. The Control build
ing with 324 pupils cloared three floors
in 93 seconds. Tho Lincoln building
with 301 pupils was cleared in 53 seconds.
Five hundred eighty pupils joined tho
Nebraska Fire Scouts, agreeing to
"use all possiblo means to provent fires
and protect life and property." This
is diroctly under the auspices ot the
Chief Deputy Fire Commissiaher of
Nebraska,
Your Shirts
Perfectly Laundered,
And so shaped that they fit well
up to the body. "Weli Ironed
Shirts" is our motto.
DICKEY'S SANITARY LAUNDRY.
"YOUR BOSOM FRIEND."
Auto Delivery
Phone 77
Automobile Announcement
To all those who buy 1913 Buick cars
of us vg will furnish FREE lubricating
oil for 2,600 miles.
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J. S. DAVIS AUTO CO.
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