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Chain Purses,
New Style Girdles,
Hat Pins,
Belt Buckles,
Dog Collar Belts,
Pompadour Combs,
Bang Combs,
Side Combs,
dow.
And all the LATEST $
Novelties in our win- 1
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Clinton, " $
THE JEWELER. 8
ifi V. P. Watch Examiner. w
She $m Wf cM SrUmnr .
ANNIE 0. KRAMPI1, City Editor.
FRIDAY, MARCH 9. 1900.
A. B. Yates went to Sutherland
last night to visit relatives.
Dr. II. S. Ferrar came up from
Grant! Island yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Joseph Bush is very danger
ously ill and it is feared that she
may not recover.
The IOpworlh League will hold a
social this evening at the home
of Mrs. C. M. Dillard.
Mrs. G. h. Hoover went to Suth
crfand last night to visit her
daughter, Mrs. W. C, Blackmorc.
W. R. McKcen. jr., left Wednes
day night on a business trip to
Terre Haute, Ind., expecting to be
absent a week or so,
Mrs. Nellie Wells came up from
Couucil Bluffs Wednesday morning
and is visiting friends and looking
alter some business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Y. Ross lelt
Monday night for their new location
in Oakland. They expect to make
their home with their daughter.
It is said that 12. R. Smith has
disposed of the Gandy Pioneer and
some of his friends insist that he
swapped it for a pack ot hounds.
Sheriff Kelihcr will leave in a few
paja for Lincoln with Charlet
Blakcslce, who was sentenced yes
terday to a year in the penitentiary.
Rev Derreberry, who had at one
time charge of the Gandy circuit,
-yrill probably succeed Rev. Ran
dolph on the North Platte circuit.
For Rent: A tour-room house
in Third ward. City water and in
good repair. Apply to Mrs. W. C.
Bogue. 2t
Ernest McGrew has recently been
wearing an unusually broad smile.
It is caused by the advent of a wee
young lady at his house Tuesday.
Republicans arc urged to attend
c ciy primaries which will be
hed at the respective hose houses
on Wednesday eveningof next week.
The debris is being removed
from the McCarly lot and it is
said tbat'Mr. McCarty will at once
commence the erection of a com
modious cottage.
Good seed wheat for sale. In
quire of Jos. Scn.m.
Mrs. Robt. D. Davidson and
children arrived Wednesday after
noon from Hillsboro and will re
main here until after Mrs. David
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. II,
P. Buchanan, celebrate their wed
ding anniverary.
J. G. Leonard has purchased the
property in the Third ward known
as tbe Jlorth Side ivery stable, as
wpjl as the horses nnu" vehicles con
nccKd with the stable, The con
sideration was thirty-one hundred
and fifty dollars.
Funs wanted: G. L. Swancutt
will be in town Mch, 16th aud 17th
for the purpose of buying furs
Hrintr in vour lurs to him at Bas-
- a j
kin's meat market.
Mra. nhiis. Hudson. Donvor. Col
utHar! "Hoth rav children had bud
cases of whooping couru and nothing
Boomed to help them; Bcggo' Cherry
Cough Syrup Directed a quick euro."
That's what It's guaranteed to do. Cures
coughs, cold, crpup, wgrippo, oroneni
tie, pnounionia and consumption, a. v
Stroitz.
Freo Cocoa.
Walter Baker & Co., Dorches
ter, Mass.. will give a demonstra
tion of Cocoa, Saturday and Mon
day, March 10th and 12th, at Hav
rington & Tobin'a and Rush fc
Murray's, A sample of the goods
and n book of choice recipes will be
given free to all callers. Come aud
get one.
W. G. Klein, of Lincoln, is in
towu looking after his interests in
some horse and cattle deals.
Miss Salina Holcombc went to
Hershey yesterday afternoon to
visit tor a few days. Before return
ing she will also yisit at Paxton.
James M. Kay, Lawyer.
Mrs. M. H. Douglas, Miss Dora
Wright and Mrs. 13. W. Ziebert aud
her daughter Nellie spent last even-
ng in Hershey as the guests of
friends.
Second hand furniture for sale at
very reasonable prices at the house
tormerly occupied by Mrs. bam
Adams.
Mr, and Mrs. Bock, of Council
Bluffs, arc expected here this after
noon, being summoned by the
serious illness of their daughter,
Mrs. Joe Bush.
All persons desiring to avail
themselves of summer school privi-
eges iu Lincoln county are re
quested to notify me before April
1st, 1900.
Bertha Tholeecke, Co. Supt.
The central circle of the christian
ladies' aid society will meet on
Wednesday, March 14, at the home
of Mrs. Geo. Carter. All those in
terested are invited to attend.
Round and Half Round
Stock Tanks, all sizes, for
sale by Jos. Hershey.
The board of education will hold
an adjourned meeting tomorrow
night to consider important matters
in connection with the new school
building.
Quite a number of Logan county
farmers marketed hogB here yester
day and arc going home today with
some substantial proof of the suc
cess of hog raising in Nebraska.
Nice baled alfalfa hay for
milch cows, sold by Harring
ton & Town.
Three more carloads of western
cattlehavc been shipped into Suth
erland by Clayton, the Denver cat
tleman, to be ranged in the Bird
wood country. It is said that sec
tion is being rapidly filled with
cattle and some of the cattlemen
are already beginning to fear overcrowding.
For Sale. -Boarding house, 12
rooms, tumisucd, paving $15U a
month. For particulars call at this
office.
Col. Cody aud his partner in the
show business.'Nate Salisbury, are
now associated together in a new
enterprise a gigantic irrigation
canal which will Irrigate 75,000
acres of land in the Big Horn basin.
The water for the canal will be ob
tained from the Shoshone river.
Work on it will be commenced at
once. It it is successtui it will
add tremendously to Wyoming's
resources. Col. Cody has au abid
ing faith in the Big Horn basin and
thinks that it is the garden spot of
the universe.
JPOJRj S-A-IjIE
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JOHN BRATT & OO,
8 room dwolling, closo in. Will soil
quickly. Trlco $1,850.
1 room dwelling, two full lots, shade
and fruit treoB, part time. Prico 8800.
3 room dwolling and ono lot, part
timo. Price $52o,,
4 room Iiousq and lot, $500,
1 room houso and lot, $800,
0 room houso and lot, $350-
5 room Iioubo and lot, 8725.
4 room Iioubo and lot, 8G75.
0 room houso and lot, $1,000.
Ono 41 ft business lot cheap,
Other vacant lots in various parts of
tho city.
Valley forms of various sizes.
liny lands.
Grazing lands.
LenEOB on school lands.
Cattlo ranches.
It you want IoboU your proporty list
it with ue. Wo havo customors.
Wo collect rents and care for proporty
ot non-residents,
Wo aro ngonts for 6evoral roliablo llro
insurance companlps.
JOHN BUATT (i CO.
Royal
Absolutely Pure
Powder
Mokes the food more delicious and wholesome
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Wilcox Department Store.
HARDWARE.
28-inch Plow Singletree 20c
Double Tree Clevis, Large 10c
Singletree Clevis, 2 for, 15c
J-lb Box Assorted Copper Rivets 18c
Hamc Staples, 2 for 05c
Hamc Clips, 2 for 05c
Line Snaps, each 03c
Breast Snaps, each 05c
Cockeyes, each 05c
Rolled Steel Stove Pipe per joint. . . . 15c
Common Stove Pipe Elbows 10c
Adjustable Stove Pipe Elbows 15c
No. 8 Galvanized Wash Boiler. . . .... 95c
12-quart Galvanized Pails 20c
Can furnish Cultivator Shovels finished
with castings, clevises, bolts, set screws,
etc., to fit almost any Cultivator at $2 75 a
set. These will be supplied only on order.
Cash with order. If you wish a set of these
place your order early.
HARNESS.
U-inch Halters 85c
Hame Straps 10c
Riding Bridles 90c to S1.50
Sinches 20c to 50c
Bridle Bits 8c to 90c
Our stock is complete in Farm Har
ness, Leather Collars. Canvas Collars,
Work Bridles, Back Bands, Belly Bauds,
Breast Straps, Yoke Straps, Tugs, Trace
Chains. Leather by the Hide or Cut in
Strips. Everything needed to fit up for
spring work.
GROCERIES.
25c
25c
25c
25c
14c
35c
Arbucklc's Coffee 13c, 2 pkgs
Lion Coffee. 13c, 2 pkgs
German Coffee 13c, 2 pkgs
X X X X Coffee 13c, 2 pkgs
Bee CoOcc per pkg ,
Bogota Coffee 18c. 2 nkrra
Beef Extract, 2 ounce iar 25c
Table Salt 2 sackB for 05c
25 pounds Cornmeal (white or yellow). 25c
Suowllakc Patent Flour per sack 90c
Kingsford's Silver Gloss Starch pr pkg 08c
Corn Starch per pkg 05c
Yeast Foam. 2 pkgs for 05c
On Time Yeast. 2 pkgs for 05c
Bird Seed per lb 07c
Battle Ax Tobacco per plug 35c
Star Tobacco per plug 45c
Horse Shoe Tobacco per plug 45c
J. T. Tobacco per plug 20c
Duke's Mixture Tobacco per lb. 35c
Kerosene Oil per gallon 16c
Vinegar per gallon 20c
3-lb Pail Lard 25c
5-lb Pail Lard 40c
Buckwheat Flour per lb 4Jc
Baker's Chocolate 18c, 2 cakes for ... . 35c
Diamond C Soap 9 bars for 25c
Cream of Wheat, per pkg 15c
Search Light Matches per box 04c
Vitos, Pillsbury's 13c, 2 pkgs 25c
Shrcded Whole Wheat Biscuit, 2 pkgs 25c
Horse Radish per bottle 10c
Grand Pa's Wonder Soap 05c
Armour's Tar Soap ' 05c
Baker's Cocoa, lb can 25c
K. C. Baking Powder, 25 ounces 20c
Aunt Jcmiiia Pancake Flour per pkg. 10c
Rice, The Best, 3 lbs 25c
NOTIONS.
Thread, 4 Bpools for 15c, 7 for 25c
50 yds Corticclli Sewing Silk 04c
100 yds Corticclli Sewing Silk 08c
New Idea Patterns 10c
Baby Ribbon per yd 01c
Cotton Tape per roll 01c
Velveteen Skirt Binding per yd 03c
Waterproof Skirt Binding per yd. . . . 08c
Envelopes per bunch 03c
Square Envelopes per bunch 05c
Writing Paper, 36 sheets for 05c
Full Count Pins' per paper 02c
Table Oilcloth per yd 20c
Alarm Clocks 85c
Imported Saxony per skein 07c
Hat Pins per dozen 04c
Silk Binding Ribbon per bolt 10c
7-inch Nickel Back Horn CombB 08c
Round Combs each 05c
Pompadour CombB with sets 25c
Carpet Warp on Spools (colored) per lb 19c
Carpet Warp on Spools (white) per lb. 17c
2- qt Fountain Syringe (guaranteed)... 75c
3- qt Fountain Syringe (guaranteed)... 90c
2-qt Hot Water Bottle (guaranteed) . . . 85c
LAMP CHIMNEYS.
No. 1 Common Lamp Chimneys 04c
No. 2 Common Lamp Chimneys 06c
No. 1 Heavy Lamp Chimneys 10c
No. 2 Heavy Lamp Chimneys 12c
No. 2 Rochester Lamp Chimneys 10c
No. 3 Rochester Lamp Chimneys 15c
Tubular Lantern Globes 07c
Goods marked in plain figures and sold at One Price for Cash Only.
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NORTH PLMTTE, NEB.
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Railroad Notes. I
Ed Barraclough commenced work
ing in the shops Wednesday morn
ing as a machinists' apprentice.
Three orange specials went
through yesternay. Up to date
forty-six of them have gone through
since the season opened.
It is estimated that the cost per
ton of putting up the Union Pacific
ice this year was two cents less per
ton than last year notwithstanding
the fact that the work has been at
tended by a'l sorts of vexatious
delays. If the work moves along
next year as rapidly as it is ex
pected that it will, the cost will
probably be again cut in two.
Chas. Bogue has returned from
Omaha where he was attending a
meeting of the grievance committee
of the. B. of R. T. The result of
the meeting was very satisfactory,
the officials acceding to all of the
most important requests which the
brotherhood made. The only
change which was of local interest
was the reinstatement of Milt
O'Hearnc who was discharged a
number of months ago,
John Ambler was in from Dorp
last night with several loads of hogs
which he marketed.
C. H. Kuhn's Maxwell's enter
prising merchant, was transacting
business in town last night.
Fred Marti is having his store
front treated to a fresh coat of paint
which enhances its appearance
very considerably.
Quite a number of schools in the
county closed last week and more
will close this week, comparatively
few of the schools having any
spring term.
The present indications are that
the acreage of small grain which
will be sown in Lincoln county this
year will be far in excess ot what
it has been for a number of years.
The executive committee of the
W. N. E, A. is making arrange
incnts with the local merchants
whereby members of the associa
tion at its annual meeting will be
enabled to purchase goods at a
reduction (rom the regular prices.
Tov Sale,
80 acres of good farm laud under
the old ditch. Will be sold very
cheap. For price and terms in
quire at E. Blankenburg's Harness
and Hardware store.
HE FOOLED THE SURGEONS.
All doctors told Ronlok Hamilton, of
West Joiroreon, O.. nftor Buffering 18
months from rectal llstuln, ho would dio
unless n costly oporntion wnsporformtd
but ho cured hlraeolf with Bucklon's
Arnica Salvo, tho best in tho world
Surest Ptlo Curo.on o'artb. -M a bo's at
Slroltz'B drtig sfdrd.
The minstrel entertainment last
night drc.v one of the largest audi-
etices that has ever witnessed a per
formance in the opera house. The
coons put up a good show.
W. C. May, of Gothenburg, was
n town last night as the irucfet of
Frank Bacon. The friends of Mr.
May are pushing him forward as a
candidate for chairman of there-
publican state central committee, a
position wliicn lie would till in a
maunerthat would redound to the
interest of the party in the otatc:
F, Elder, of Antelope precinct, is
iu town today looking after some
business matters, Tomorrow he
will go to Brady to meet the re
mains, of his son Alviu E. Elder
which arc being sent home from the
Philippines where he lost his 1 fe fn
the service ot his country. The re
mains will be buried in the National
Cemetery at Ft. McPhcrson. The
vouug man was a corporal m the
Third regiment and Berved in it all
during the Cuban campaign. The
regiment was sent to the I'uiiip.
pines over a year ago. Young
Elders tune expired in May but he
felt that his country needed him
and rc-enlisted the same day that
his time was up. His constitution
had been undermined by a ditucult
piece ot work His company per
formed during the Indian troubles
in Minnesota after their return
from Cuba and the climate in the
Philippines caused his weakened
constitution to become still weaker
and rendered him an easy prey for
the disease which caused' his death
several months ago. Mr. Elder did
not know of his son's death until
he read his name in the list ot dead
published in one of the newspapers.
WHAT'S YOUE FACE W0RTH1
Sonietiuioa a fortune, but novor. If
vou Imvo a Bullow cotnnloxlon. a itiun
dicod look, moth patches and hlotchos
on tho sum, all signs or llvor trouble
uut ur. King's now Mia ri h mvo
olonr sUln, rosy cheoks, rich comploxion.
Only 25o ntStroiti's drug storo.
Resolutions passed at the meet
ing of the Lincoln County Teachers'
Association held at North Platte,
March 3. 1900.
Whereas, we. the teachers of Lin
coln county, are impressed with our
great ncea ot more professional
training, and
Whereas, the only state normal,
at present in tue state, is not lo
cated conveniently for the teachers
of western Nebraska: therefore be it
Resolved, that we hereby, as an
association, express a desire for
more normal schools in the stale
and be it
Resolved, that we use our indi
vidual efforts and influence in a wav
to further the permanent location
ot a Btatc normal in Western tie
braska, and be it
Resolved, that we ask Una asso
elation to notify the state legist
ture at their next session of this,
our action,
Hakky E. Worrkm.,
Minnii: CHASM,
Committee,
Rton your hair falling out. "Ervsin
olns resulted In ontiro iosaof my hair;
two bottles of lieggs' Hair Itonowor
gavo mo a lino growth" John A, Lin.
dor, editor Advocate, Humoston, Iowa.
uunrnnioou ror nil scalp uiBonsos; re
stores natural growth nud color. A.F,
tttroiu.
Lloyd's Opera House,
FEvenitig, MCh. 16.
Knobs
O'Tennessee
BY HAL REID,
Author of "Human Hearts," "Old
Hickory" and "Knobs O'Teuucssee"
Sec the most magnificent picture'
ever presented,
WHIBPEltlNO PINKS TW
THE MOONiiTOHT.
An emphatic ruccoss. Strongor than
ovor in action nuU cast ot characters.
MR. ROBERT GERMAINE
As"Joo I'restou."
PRICES 25, CO AND 75 CENTS.
Dressmaking
On April ist we will open
Dressmaking Parlors at the
corner of Vine and Sixth Sts.,
and will be prepared to do
first-class up-to-date Dress
making at reasonable rates.
MRS. L. A. McAPEE,
MISS MAME McAPEE.
$18 PER WEEK.
We will pay llfl per week ami expended for
man with rlR to Introduce our Perfection
l'oultrv Mixture and Urcat Vaccine Dis
covery for Hor Cholera. Address with tamp
3 The Gash I
J Grocery.
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$ I have just received a full
Hue of
J Staple Groceries $
and am now ready to fill
1 orrtnra nroittnllv tit the 1
lowest prices. I handle m
Columbus Red Seal Flour 2
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and North Platte Flour,
41 fejf iiiv u Luii unit rv .uit-
T vtucert that my prices and goods arc
2rlRl.t. 2
U. G. SAWYER. S
Kept Busy
til
we are
Repairing shoes for
people who appreciate ,3
neat, substantial work IC
the onlv kind we do. r
If not already a custo- V
mcr we solicit your I4
work.
GEO. TfiklJLVE,
i enow front shot: store.
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FRANK LOWE,
Contractor and Builder.
KstlinatcH furnished on all classes of build
IngM. Johhlnn promptly nttended to.
UcHt of rclurcnccN plvcn.
Front Htrect. opiwulto Dirge's omce,
NORTH 1'IjATTKi NEH.
I W. F. McGLONE & CO.
i .
Yeast Cakes are low, but they shall rise again, anil so
v will your bread if you use our '1
J! Snow Flake Flour $1.00 a Sack i
and your dollar back if it is not the best Flour you can buy ''
Y in North Platte, outside of this store, at any price. See that
fcl the name of Wells, Abbott & Nietnan is on every sack.
'The other fellow tells you what he has that is cheap; l
we will tell you of some things that are good to cat.
&' Monarch Asparagus Poitits 30c per can ''3
Monarch Black Raspberries 25c per can
0 Monarch Strawberries 25c per can 'l
& Monarch Pitted Red Cherries 25c per can
Casino Sliced Peaches 40c per can
".' Full Line of Casino Brand Fruits and Vegotabloa,
Oriole Prunes (the finest grown) 3 to a sauce dish, . ,20c per lb
Oriole prunes, Silver ' 15c per lb 'l
& Fancy Muir Peaches , 15c per lb
J Club House Coffee 35c per lb
Club House Baking Powder 40c per lb
f XXXX BulkOliveP ,,50cperqt ,3
u Log Cabin Maple Syrup , ?1.35pergal A
i. Upton's English Breakfast Tea ,75c per lb X
5 Upton's Oblong 75c per lb f
Naban Ceylon Tea 70c per lb
V Fullline of Salt Pish White Fish, Mackerel, Herring,
Salmon. Whole Cod Fish 7 cents a pound.
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