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A pretty homo wedding was solem
ulzeu Wednesday evening when Miss
Elizabeth Younpf was married to
Androw Haoenynger of Tecumseh at
the homo of her mother. 1 1
Tho ceremony was performed nt eight
o'ciock in tho presence of fifty invited
guests by Rev. Crarn of tho M. E.
Mrs. Alex Brooks played the wedding
In the bridal procession were the
flower girls Misses Lcona and Sunshine
Dixon, the ring bearer Miss Violot
Reynolds, the maid of honor Miss
Hannah Young, best man Arthur Rey
nolds nnd the brido and groom.
The decorations In the rooms and on
tho tubles wero carried out In pink nnd
white, cut flowers boing used in abun
dance. The brides dress wns a stylish design
in white serge with trimmings of poarl
beads and silk lace. She carried an arm
Tioquet of whito roses. Her attendant
wore blue mcssalino and held white
flowers. After tho ceremony a sump
tuous lunch was served. A beautiful
collection of wedding gifts was displayed
in a side room, Mr. and Mrs. Hasan
yngor left on a late train for Omaha
and other eastern points to spend their
honoymoon aftor which they will reside
on the! groom's farm near Tccumsch.
Tho bride has been a resident of this
city for a number of years, hold reli
able positions In aoveral local business
houses and Is known to be a bright and
amiable young lady. Tho groom was
formerly employed nt tho Experimental
Station, Is a finished agriculturist and
highly rospected young man.
M. E. Church.
'Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Special at
tention is being given to this part of
the church work. Good music is bainfj
provided with Mrs. Keeloy as director.
Preaching 11 a. tn., subject: The
Wealth of Poverty. Junior league 2:30.
Tho Juniors 'are awake and under the
supervision of Mrs. Lucas they are sure
to make this a great feature of the
church lifo. Epworth league at 0:30
p. m. This sorvlce Is always well at
tended and is becoming a real live wire.
Prcachlng.at 7:30, Subject Tho Woe of
Sth. Special music at all sorvicos. All
. , Farm For Sale.
Tho northeast quarter (nej) section
twenty-four (24) township thirteon (18)
rango thirty (80) about seven mileB
outheast of North Platto on south Bide
of Platto river, all smooth land noar
nills, good buildings, fifteen ncrcs in
alfalfa, ono of best farms in Platte
valley. Price $10,000.00. Terms, half
cash, balanco on easy tlmo at 7 por
cent interest. Address Joseph Horshty
North Platte, Nob.
Local and Personal
.Dr. J. 15. Redfiold went to Ogalalla
Tuesday on a consultation case.
Ildrmnn Mynes hns boon appointed
. director of school district No. 10.
OH. Stamp hns roturned from n
ahoit business visit in Grand Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo D6lph and
family havo moved to Sheridan, Wyo.
Miss Isabello Skinner left Wednes
day morning for Gothenburg to visit
Miss Bessie Graham will leavoshqrtly
for Gothenburg to visit tho Lucky
Mrs. Jack Car-oil will leave ' next
week for Fremont to visit her grand
mother. Mr, nnd Mr3. Charles Weir and daugh
ter wont to Lincoln tho flrBt of this
wool; to visit frionds.
Mr. and Mrs, George McGlnley and
family of Keystone nro spending n few
days in town this wuok.
Will Carroll, of McCook. who had
been vlsltihg in Chicago, will spond this
week with relatives hero.
Mrs. Gideon Winldoman oxpocts to
go to Fremont in n fow dnys to upend a
woek or longer with tho homo folks.
Joseph Mnhaffoy loft Wednesday
morning for Ogalnlla whore ho has ac
cepted a position on tho Keith County
Why nothnprovo that lot of yours
by having eomo trees planted this
spring on same. Elk,' Ash nnd Codar
Phone Black C27. fi
Walter J. LaVarioro a former resi
dent of Curtis who is well known hero
spent tho fore part of this wook in town
oiT business. Mr. LuVnriero Is now ns
Hoclotodwith tho H. W. John Mamvillo
Gp.'pf Omnha with head qunrtors at
"Ifha ensuring party held Wednosday
evening by tno (Jhristinn Hmleavor at
tho l'rcsuytormn church parlors, wns a
decided buccosh socinlly and financially.
AJ1 who attended wore charmingly en
to'rlain'od nnd tho net receipts wore
gratify ingjo tho young pcoplen charge.
Sale of Horses and Mules.
, J. A. Mnrkee, living four miles south
west of town, will soil nt public auction
3jJonday, February 2i, 33 hoad of
lujisoa nnd mules oighteon head of
ijeraos from 2 to 11 years old: 12 year
ling mules, 1 Percheron stallion and 2
V , Myrtle and Vicinity.
Rupert Schwaiger is tonchlng school
for Mrs. Carr this wook.
Bert Brunk nnd C. J. Gambrol each
took a load of hogs to Staploton Tues
day racolylng ?(J.80 por cwt.
HobertBntlo nnd Earl Combs were
North Platto visitors Tuesday.
iSJFiank Ebelo drove his entile to tho
Loup Tuesday to finish Wintering them
1 0. F. Slvits and Ed Wright nccom
pnnled Joseph Knajdl to North Plntte
Thurfldnytp. help, tho latter prove up
Harry Morrow made finnl proof on
his homestead Tuesday. J
.plaster Earl Wright Is having an at
tack of lagrippo.
, Miss Darllno Purdy is Buffering from
a mashed linger which she rocolyed
Thursday while nt school.
f(i City Property for Sale. .
Wo havo a numbprof cholcoly'locatad
lota with and without buildings, closo In
whh sowor, city water, oloctria1 lights
onrt trldo'miiks thnt we nro offering nt
yew w prices, Much leas than wo
will 1 1 able to offer thoiu when tho
Bjvt' ,?opens up.
lu ur judgment there will be a big
advJUic n this class of property soon.
IfUOHANAN & PATTERSON.
Little Stanley Swopc is reported to
bo ill with pneumonia.
Raymond & Boardman shipped a car
of hogs to Denver Wednesday morning.
Jcsso Smith left Tuesday for Gothen
burg to spent a couple of weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goodman took
possession'of their new homo on west
Fourth street the first of this week.
A Few Prices
Granulated Sugnr, bectr t ri
20 lbs al.UU
Granulated Sugar, caneo rt
18 lbs J1.UU
Tomatoes, Standard full
siza cans IUC
Corn Standard 7c por ''an m
Quaker Oats large pkg.. 2l)C
Quaker Oats small pkg.. IUC
Soda full size pkg , OC
Corn Starch per pkg 5C
Gloss Starch por pkg J)C
Corn Starch Kingnfords per o
Silvor Gloss Starch per pkg OC
Yoast Foam 4c pkg 8 for.. 1 UC
Chocolate Runkels por cako ir
Lewis Lyo per can oC
Eagle Lyo por can. . . .r. . . O C
American Lye per can oC
Fels Naptha Soap per cake. OC
At Mm present time the wholesale sugar market has gone to piecos
and we aro giving you the benefit of it.
Wilcox Department Store.
0m& fs nimHjnG
Qwsatehohh or hushancs wAo
liavc ucrak accounts; $q are tAeit ;
Young mnn, tho most valuable unset that you
oan havo 11 you aro thinking of gottlng marrlal
IM A IJA AVi ACCO U2f'l . A'o glvl ov no girl's pui
onts twiriC n poor num. L,ntor on tho poor nmn
won't ivnnt hinisolf; hoonuso; bolng poor whon ho
might lmvo boon comfortable, Is no fun. Start
your lovo affair and your monoy affairs i'ifi
.soinoiIOA'J5V2j' Tim JtAXJC. It will bo YOUR
ltnST 111115X1). A.slc any man who Ichows.
Do YOUJi. hnnlcing with
The First National Bank,
OP XOllTU I'X,A'ArJ5, X1313RASTCA.
Tho Z,argost lianlc In Wrostorn JXobrutflcn.
IF YOU ARE
You rnn prevent nn attack or makp It run a
..tIill!Ilir?1?i'IOitpe0I1,0Vl.y?ctto tontUltls. now throat, qulniy. diphtheria. pharynKUI
nnd lurynnltli, havo ued It for year. In preference to nil other treatments. "
20c, GOc and
Full direction for uto ar In UmMet with
will never uo nnythlnir cite for thront trouble.
STONE DRUG CO.,
THE PALACE OAEE
Oirors to residents of, and visitors to, North Platto, tho most
finely appointed servico in Western Nebraska, nnd with this
Is a menu that cannot bo excelled for tho price. Regular
moans are served and short orders can be obtainod any
hour day or night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lucy, of Suther
land, are'visitlng friends in town this
Mrs. Fred Elliott expects to leave tho
last of this week for Omaha to visit rel
atives. Mrs. Kidwcll, of Wallace, who was
a guest of tho Misses Young was called
home Wednesday by the illness of a
Soda Crackers largo boxes l
Oyster Crackers largo s
boxes per lb., QC
Cranberries per nt 12sC
Shoo Polish Gilt Edgo in
per bottle Z)C
K. C. Baking Powder 25 n
Royal Baking Powder 10 ir
pz can ...,. 4DC
Dr. Prices Baking Powder jp
Kraut per can lUC
Hominy. por can )C
Pink Salmon per can I UC
-Pears common grade per i-I
Erg Plums common grade fl
per can ,. 1Z2C
Potatoes 15c peck per gf
Horao Shoo Tobacco, per t p
ib ..... 45c
Spear Head Tobacco per 1 c
Star Tobacco per lb 45 C
J. T. Tobacco per lb 40C
Mexican Beans per lb. . . . J)C
mild course and very often prevent serious
$1.00 a Bottle.
Try A-thoueA-Ino and you
North Platto, Agents.
Dr. Nystromof Hershey, spont yes
terday In town with friends.
W. R. Wenkley, of Wallace, was a
businesss caller in the city several days
Mrs. Owens, of Hershey, who was
visiting at the htitpo of Ellis Hollings
worth has returned home.
Established. In 1871.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop Corner 0th and Vino Streets
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
R. D. Thomson.
D Rdfield . I(EdfiBld,
Physicians and Surgeons.
WILLIS J. IlEDFIELD. Surjteon.
JOB IS. RBDFIBLD. Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital . .
awsmiwwwiswwuatiii 1 1 wiwiwwim
Signet Chapter O. E. S.,
Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday of every
month at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m.
R. E. LOUDEN
Twenty-five years experience. Satis
faction guaranteed. See or write me
na'chlO 320 E. 1 1th St. North Platto
The North Platte
School of Music
The University School of
Music, Lincoln, Nebraska
All the principal branches of Ap
plied and Theoretical Music taught by
AcldreSH nil inrmir!is tn 199. W TTrnnF
street or phone lJlacK 341.
Ffl ' House of Good Showlll I
When in North Plallo.
Alotion Pictures. Runs Every
Night. Matinee Saturday After
DR. MARRY MITCHELL
Telephone Red 456 605H Dewey St.
Noith PJattc Nebraska.
Office phonoJ241. Res. phono 217
L. C,. D.ROST,
North Platte, i - Nebraska.
McDonald Bnnk Building.
with cigars made by Schmalzried, and
you will always bo a friend to them.
In their making only the best tobacco
s used, they aro well made, nnd always
give satisfaction. Wo carry a full line
of tobaccos and smokers' articles.
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
The Maker of Good Cigars.
ELM ASH CEDAR.
Nqw Is tho. time to put In your
order. Iron clad iruarantco to
jtrow by replacing until irrowUi Is
Phone Black 627
The Kind of Clothes
- Perfect Fit,
Custom made Suit
$20 to $45
Tailor made Suit.
$25 to $47
over McDonald Bank.
Oldest Bank In Lincoln County
North Platte, Nebr.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
W Solicit Your Bualnass.
The leading Live Stock and Gen
eral Farm Sales Auctioneer in
Western Nebraska is
T- F. WATTS.
Phone Red B36.
Theschool district of the city of
North Platte, in tho countv of Lincoln.
state of Nebraska.
Sealed bids will be received bv tho.
undersigned secretary of the school
district of the city of North Plntte, in
uie county 01 i.incoin, stute 01 Ne
braska, until 6 o'clock p. m. 17th day
of February, 1913,for $20,000.00 regis
tered school bonds of said district.
Said bonds will be issued in denom
inations of $1, 000.00 each, numbered
from one to twenty inclusive dated
April 1st, 1913, mature twenty years
from date, but payable at tho option of
the district after ten years.
Bonds will bear five (5) per cent
Interest payable semi-annually, on
April 1st and Octobor 1st at the Fiscal
Agenby of the state of Nebraska, Now
All bids must bo accompanied by a
certified check for $500.00 made pay
able, to F. L. Moonoy, treasurer of said
district. The rfght is reserved to re
ject uny ot'all bids.
Done by order of the Board of Edu
cation this Gth day January 1913.
A. F. Stkeitz. Secretary.
William Cross, non-resident, will take
notice that ho was sued in tho County
court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, on
February 1st. 1913 by George Kopf, for
tho sum of $144.60, duo from the de
fendant to the PlnintifC upon contract
with accrued interest; That order of
attachment was issued out of said court
to accompany the summons therein is
sued for said sum of $144.60; that the
First National Bank of North Platte,
Nebraska, a corporation, was garnisheed
and made answer on February 6th. 1913
that it had in its possession tho sum of
$140.00, tho property of snid defendant
William Cross. Whereupon Baid cause
was continued to tho 20tliday of March,
1913, nt tho hour of 9 a. m. for further
You will appear in said court at said
time or judgment will be taken against
you and said sum of $140.00 applied in
satisfaction of said judgment and costs
of this suit.
Dated at North Platte, Nebraska,
February 10th 1913.
Geoiioe Kopp, Plaintiff. By E. H.
Evans, His Attorney. fll-4
In tho matter If tho cstntoof Michael Albert
Foster, tleecaied. f
In tho county court of Lincoln county. Ne
brabka. January. 24, 1913.
Notice U hereby given, that the creditor! of
said deceased will meet tho anilnUtrntor of said
estate lioforo the county Judo : Lincoln county.
Nebraska, at the county court room. In said
county, on the 25th day of Feb., 1013, and on tho
25th day of Augr., 1913, nt 9 o'clock n.m. cich day.
for the purpose of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment mid allowance. Six
months are allowed for creditoiB to present their
claims, and ono year for the administrator to
eemo saw estate, rrom the Z-Jth lay or Feb.
1913. A copy of this order to bu published In tho
North Platto Tribune, a leiral semi-weekly news
paper published in paid county for four successive
weeks pi lor to February 25, 1913.
J2S-4 JOHN CHANT. County Judge.
Ily virtue of an order of mlo Issued from
tho District Court of Lincoln county, Nebraska,
upon a decree of foreclosure rendered In takl
court wherein John Duvall is planltltT,
and J. J, Walters. et. al are de
fendants, and to mo directed. I wl
on tho 16th day of March. 1013, at two
o'clock, p, m., at tho east front door of tka
court houso of said county, in tho city of North
Platte, Nebraska, sell nt publlo auction, to the
hluhest bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree,
lnteivut nnd costs, the following described
Southwest quarter (swW) section thlrty
fonr (3D In township thirteen (13), north ranee
thlrty.Uiree (,11), west of the 6th V. M. Lincoln
Dated at North Platte. Neb., Feb. 0. 1913,
fll-5 A. J. SALIJUUnv, Sheriff
Airnes Harris, Emory Tripp, Minnie Hood, a
minor, Eddie Hood a minor, Helen Colvln n minor,
Edward Tripp, Opal Tripp, Adeline Tripp and
Harold Tripp, minors and children of Mamie
Tripp, deceased, W. L. Porter, first nnd real namo
unknown, as guardian of Minnie Hood, II. D.
Hughes, first nnd real name unknown, ns guardian
oJ Eddie Hood, Earl II, Colvln, ns guardian of
Helen Colvln, Russell D. Chase as guardian of
Edward Tripp, Opal Tripp, Adeline Tripp
nnd Harold Tripp, defendants, will take
notlco thnt on tho Eth day of February,
1913, the plaintiff Rupert Schwaiger.
filed hU petition In tho district court of Lincoln
county, Ncbrrskn, tho object nnd prayer of which
are to partition the cast half (EH) and the north
west Quarter (NWM) of section thirty-four (34)
township sixteen (16;, north of range thirty (30),
west of the Gth p. , m., containing 480 acres ac
cording to government survey, In Lincoln county,
Nebraska; also prays that tho shares and interests
of the various parties in nnd to said land bo ascer
tained nnd determined, that is to say, that tho
plaintiff Rupert Schwaiger bo decreed to bo the
owner of nn undivided one-sixth interest; that tho
defendants each bo decreed to be tho owner of
tho following interest In nnd to said real estate;
Agnes Harris, an undivided one-sixth interest,
Minnie Hood, a minor, nn undivided one-sixth
Interest; Eddie Hood, n minor, an undivided one
sixth interest; Helen Colvln, a minor, an undi
vided one-sixth Interest, Edward Tripp, a minor.
Opal Tripp, a minor, Adeline Tripp, a minor,
nnd Harold Tripp a minor, children nnd
heirs nt law of Mamlo Tripp, deceased,
ao ne twenty-fourth Interest each; that
plaintiff prays for a confirmation of the shares
and Interests as herein set forth and that In cuso
said land cannot bo equitably partitioned by meets
and bounds that tho same bo sold by a referee
appointed by tho court nnd that tho proceeds
thereof bo divided after the payment of all costs
In the manner and portlo a as herein set forth.
You and each of you aro required to answer
said petiton on or before Monday, tho 24th day of
Dated this lpth dav of Fepruary, 1913
, . . RUPERT SCHWAIGER,' -
"l- By Mnldcori & Gibbs, his attorneys.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.
The State of Nebraska, Lincoln county, n.
In tho County Court.
In the matter of tho estate of Carl E.
To the creditors'; heirs. legatees, and others In
terested In the estate of Carl E. SchaeiTer.
Tako notice. that W. H. Munger. Jr.,
has filed in tho county Icourt a report of
his doings a8 administrator of Carl E.
SchaeiTer estate, and It Is ordered that
the same atand for hearing tho 18th day
of February, A. D. 1918r before the court
at the hour of 9 o'clock, a. m., at which tlmo any
person interested may appear and except to and
contest tho same. And notice of this proceeding Is
ordered given In the North Platto Tribune, a
semi-weekly newspaper, printed In said county
for thrco successive weeks prior to said date of
hearing, February 18, 1913,
Witness my hand and the seal of tho county
court nt North Platte, Nebraska, this 2Cth day of
Jan. A. D 1913.
J28-3 JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
By virtue of nn order of sale issued from the
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, upon
a degree of foreclosure rendered In said court
wherein Lincoln county Land Company, a corpor
ation is plaintiff, and Viola A. Brodlne
et al aro defendants, and to me directed I
will on the 24th clay of February, 1D13, at 2
o'clock p. m nt tho east front door of the court
house in North Platte, Lincoln county, Ne
braska, sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said decree, interest
and costs, tho follqwing described property
to-wit: northeast quarter (noW) and tho south
ono-half (aW) of suction twtnty-one (21), town
ship ten (10), range twenty-nine (29) west of
the 6th P, M. in Lincoln county, Nebraska.
Dated North Platte, Neb., Jan. 20. 1913.
J22-0 A. J. SALISBURY, Sheriff,
To Georgo Herbert Box and Georgina M. B.
Box, his wife, non-resident defendants.
You und each of you will heieby tako notice
that iBaio S. Gaudreault, plaintiff, filed his peti
tion in the district court of Lincoln county,
Nebraska, against you and each of you in a suit
in which on aro impleaded with Wcllfleet Ileal
Estato and Improvement Company, a corporation,
tho object and nnd prayer of which petition are
to quiet in the plaintiff cgamst you, title to the
following described lando situate In Lincoln
county, Nebraska , to-wlt: Lots 7 and
8 and the touth half of lot 9, in block 7, of tho
original town of Wellfleet, Nebraska, and more
particularly to quiet title ngalnst a certain quit
tlaim deed made and executed by you to lot 7 and
the south half of lot 9 in said block 7, on Juno 29,
1D07, to one C. F. Illcks nnd to cure certain appar
ent defects therein and particularly in the ac
You nnd each of you will make answer to said
petition on or before the 3rd day of March, 1913,
or your respectivo defaults will bo taken.
Dated nt North Platte, Nebraska. January
Isaic S. GAunnnAULT. Plaintiff.
J21-4 By II. K. Evans, his Attorney.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Departineinof tho Interior.
U.S. Land Office at North Platte. Neb.
Inn .nth. 1913
Notlco is hereby irlvon that Will C. Mastors.
of North Platte, Nob., who. on Novombor
7th, ii. made Homestead Entry Serial
No. 07f6, for noM. Sou 22. Township 12.
mirth. KaneeSS W.. fith Principal Meridian.
ls filed notice of Intention to make final
three year proof, to establish claim to tho
land above descrllxHl, before Kcglstor and
Receiver, at North I'latte, Neb., on the 25th
dor of Marcli,VM3.
Claimant names ns wltnosscs; O.irl
Broeder, John Fowler. Hugh Soiiger and Will
Hunter all of North Platte. Nebr
JJB-6 J. E. Evans, IioBistor.
ORDER OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR AP
POINTMENT OF SUMMARY ADMINI
STRATION. In tho County Court.
In tho matter of tho estato ofJByron L.
Tho State of Nebraska, Lincoln County, S3.
On reading nnd filing the petition of Alice C.
Robinson, praying that regular administration of
fcnid estate may be waived ns provided by Sec
tions C202, 3. 4, 5, 6, Cobbey's Statutes of 1911.
Onleied. That Feb. 25, 1913, nt 9 o'clock in tho ,
fotcnoou Is assigned for hearing snid petition, when
all persons' interested In said matter may appear
at a county court to bo held in and for said
county, nnd show causo why prayer of petitioner
snouiu noi ito granieu.
This order to bo printed 'for three successive
weeks in the North Platto Tribuno n lcgnl semi-
Nebraska, prior to Fob. 25. 1913.
wccniy newspaper puunsneu in Lincoln county.
JOHN UK ANT, County Judge.
Harry Legakis will tako notice that
on the 27th day of January 1913. P. H.
SulIiVftfi, a justice a'f the peace, of
North Platte, precinct' No. 1 Lincoln
county, Nebraska, Issued an order of
attachment for the sum of $52.40 in an
act.inu nnrlino VinfnrA liim t, !..,,.
John C. Den is plaintiff and Harry
L,egaKis is aeieiuiant. that property con
sisting of money in tho hands of tho
Union Pacific railroad company, n
corporation has been attached under
said order. , , ,
Saidcnusd was continued until the
23nd day of March, i013,"a(Ttwo o'clock
p. m. - - a , .
Dated North Platte, Neb.Feb. 6th,
1913. ' John C. Den,
f7-3 ih. .Plaintiff.
Referees 's Sale.
By virtuo of nn order of salu issued
in the district court in nnd for Lincoln
county, Nebraska, on the 31st day of
Junuary, 1913, in an action or partition
wherein Francis I. Nightingale is plain
tiir and Roy C. Nightingale, Raymond
A. Nightingale, a minor, Zena Oliyo
Snidor and Marion I. Snider, her hus
bnnd and William Smith, aro defen
dant, I will sell at public auction at
the east front door of the court house in
the city of North Platte, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, on the 8th day of March,
1913, at tho hour of ono o'clock p. m.,
the following described real estate,
situate in Lincoln county, Nebraska, to
wit: west half of northwest quarter
and west half of southwest quarter of
section 21, township 9, range 30, west
of the 6th p. m.
Tho terms of said salo will be cash in
Dated at North Platto. Nebraska,
this 31st day of January, 1913.
W5 O. K. Elder, Referee.
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