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HPHERE is no prettier 1 custom than the wearing of a photograph of a dear one concealed within a dainty locket. It serves the two-fold purpose of an artistic article of personal adornment and the photograph is a dear bit of refined sentiment. Jeweler aid Optician North Piaffe. Neb. CLINTON BL At The Kfith Theatre Monday evening, March 20th. SCHILLER & CO. Prescription Druggists Flnt Door North of Klrl National Bank Reduction in Prices All square horse blankets will bo sold at a discount of ten per cent, and all robes at twenty per cent. M. C Rodger' harness shop, Sixth street. DX. H. C. BROCK, DENTIST. Orer Pint National. Phone 1U , Plnrlr Hm Tin nan hum rirrhflA tit Nettie J. Brooks lot 7 and 8, block 122, for $2,G00. Wanted A girl for general bouFe work. Inquire of Mrs, Geo. T. Field, 502 west Fifth. lira. Chaa. Pass and Miss Anna Gib bona left yesterday for a visit with Omaha friends. The Woman's Auxilary of the Y. M. C. A. will meet in the Y. M. C. A. rooms Tneday afternoon. The Platte Plunbing and Heating Ce. is prepared to do Plumbing and Heating in first-class manner. , Mrs. Harry PorUr and daughter have returned from a visit with friends at Minden. Earth is how brighter for Harry. ( Mr. and Mrs. Lem Bailey went to Cozad yesterday, accompanying home L - I . l. 1 11 !t ing them. White Orpington are the big winter layers and best general purpose fowl. ' Eggs from select pen fr sale. E. A. Cahy. John C. Chase, a socialist orator, will deliver an address ot the court house Monnay evening. An invitation is ex tended to all to attend, "Bill" Davis, the Saturday Evening Post boy, and Russell Longford are measle victims, the disease having de veloped last evening. . Attend the millinery opening Thurs day and Friday, March 9th and 10th. Mora hats, preUler hats, cheaper hats. You nhal judge. Come and see. The Hun. On March 1st twenty-five per cent of the 1910 wljeat crep, or 179,690,000 . bushels, .was still in the hands of the farmers, and 404 per cent of tho 1910 com crop -still on the farms. Judge Grant's first net was to issuo a marriage license, and he did this before he got his seat warm. He wua appointed to he judgeship about four o'clock, qualified, and then issued the license. liuy your pprmg hat at prebcrt Co, Co. Every Tenth hat free. North Platto friends of Capt. J. S, Robbinn, postmaster at Wallace, will regret to leurn thnt his health be came worse a week ago and oil last Tuesday he was taken to an Omaha hospital for treatment. Traveling Engineer Barney O'Neil spent yesterday in town. Trained nurse. Good references. Phone 390 or call at 419 W. Fifth. The Home Missionary Society will hold an exch'angeat Howe & Maloney's store next Saturday. Felix Simons and family left Wednes day for Lincoln, where thy will make their future home. For Sale GOO fence posts at six cents each. Phone II. S. Hoskins, Hershey. Roy Anders. SupL Geo. H. Likcrt was in town yestcrdby .coming here to accompany east the Lnvett special. The Union Realty and Trust Co. has sold to Jno. L. Schlientz the south half of lots 1 and 2, block 9C,for $1,600, 1 Big Ben will ring you out ef bed on Judge Grant Appointed Judge. At the session of the county - commis sioners yesterday afternoon, John Grant was appointed county judge to succeed the late Judge Elder. The appointment holds until next-January, when he will be succeeded by the candidate elected thisjfall. Mr. Grant was theonlyavowed applicant for the office. The appointee is an attorney of a number of years practice art thin know ledge of the law ought to well qualify him for the position. Leeal Notice. All persons are hereby warned not to trespass en that tract of land in sec tion 28, formerly a part of the Isaac Dillon property part lyinsrwest of the county road and extending from the' North Platte River to corporation line of the city of North Platte. Tres passers will be liable to prosecution. worn natte, March 6th. W. W. Bihce, Agent. Dresse AN ORDINANCE Providing for the submittingtto the elector of the city tho question: "Shall the City of North Platte issue its bonds in the sum of ?I5,000.00 for the purpose of obtaining money with which to erect a city hall to accommodate tho city officers and records, the fire department, fire apparatuses and police depart ment, and tc provide for the levying and collecting, by the proper officers ' ofsaid city, a tax annually to pay the interest and principal of said bonds as they mature?" 1 Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of the City ot North Platte, Nebraska: Section 1. That at the election to be held in said City of Nrth Platte on the4thdny of April, 1911, the' following proposition shall bo submitted to the voters of said City: 'Shall the City of North Platte issue its bonds in the sum or $15,000.00, in denominations of $1,003.00 each, dated July 1st, 1911, due in 20 years from their date, but payable at any time after ten years, at tho option of said city, to draw Interest at the rate of five per cont per annum, payable semi annually, principal and interest payable at the fiscal agency of the State of Ne braska in the City of New York Said bonds to be utsod for the purpose .of ob taining money with which to erect a city hall tj accommodate the city officers and city records, the fire" department and fire apparatuses, and the police de partment. And shall tho proper officers of said city be authorized to levy and collect a tax annually in the same manner ns other municipal taxes may be lev ied and collected, in an amount sufficient to' pay the interest and principal of said bonds as they mature, in addition to the sum authorized to be levied in Sec tion 82, Article 3, Chapter 13, Compiled Statutes of the State of Nebraska for the year 1909, on all jthc property within said city, as shown and valued upon the assessment rolls of the assessors of said city. Sid bonds to be negotiable in form?" The ballots to be used at said election shall have printed thereon: ' FOR , Issuing $15,000.00 of the bonds of the City of North Platte for tho purpose of erecting a city hall to accommodate the city officers and city records, fire department and fire apparatuses, and the police department, and for levying and collecting a tax annually to pay the interest and principal of said bonds ad they mature. AGAINST Issuing $15,000.00 of the bonds of the City of North Platto for the purpose of erecting a city hall to accommodate the city officers and rocords, fire depart ment and fire apparatuses and police department, and against levying and col lecting a tax annually to pay the interest and principal of said bonds as they mature. 1 Section 2. Those voting in favor of said proposition shall mark their ballots with an (X) after the paragraph beginning: FOR issuing $15,000.00 of the bonds of the city of North Platto. Those voting against said proposition shall imark" their ballots with an (X) after the paragraph beginning AGAINST issuing $15,000.00 of the bonds of the city of North Platte. ' Section 3. Notice of said electio shall be given by publication in The North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune, a newspaper, and in general circulation in said city, for three weeks prior to the date of said election, and be included in proc lamation of tho Mayor in calling election, and the Clerk is hereby instructed to cause publication of said notice to be made. Section 4. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval according to law. Daed this 7th day of March, 1911. , Attest: (Signed) Chab. F. Temple, (Signed) Titos. C. Pattekson, City Clerk. . JRMayor. SEAL Passed and approved this 7th day of March, 1911. ' j time. The best alarm clock made. DtxON, The Jeweler. Lee D. Grimes left Wednesday for Marathon, Florida, vhere he will accept position with a corps of civil engineers who are engaged in railroad work. Mr. and Mrs. George Schiller, of Ida urove, lowa, aro the gutata oi tneir there aro nl)0Ut half a dozen tracts of son fcdgar bchlller anu xamiiy, having innU between this city and Omaha that arrived Tuesday afternoon. have not yet been settled un. With For Sale Alfalfa hay. Phone Fremont these exceptions the company has un- Watts, E 501. disputed possession of its 400-foot strip m.- ion nn t P,.ifWm.r nnnt Grand Island Independent. becomes effective today, and the usual Shoes Quality in every part of the shoe. Quality in the design in the leathers, in the work ,manship, outside, inside, un . n . i II derneatn. particularly ' un 'm ' .111 . derneatn, wnere tne rea value of a shoe becomes apparent. No disguises are used to cover inferiority. Ou factories build shoes on their honor, and you reap the ben cut of their service. Wilcox Department. More, Give Up the Fight. That the Union Pacific will have easier sailing than was anticipated in establishing its title to the 400-foot wide right-of-way through Nebraska, is indicated in the withdrawal of the test cose not long ago brought in the dis trict court in Me rick county. A farmer of that county went $ntocurt.or th6 purpose of legally enjoining tho rail road company from setting its fences over a distance of 200 feet from either side of tho tracks The case was set forbearing for the term last week, but when the time for tho trial came the plaintiff's attorneys dissmissed the case. J. M. Shivoley, of Fremont, who was la this city a fow days ago, who is right-of-way agent for tho Union Pa cific, and has charge of the work of re claiming the 400-foot right-of-way,says Picture a small group of very beautiful . dresses probably as beautiful and practical "and individual as could be brought together by taking just the best from each good maker in the country. Then picture tne price as low as you pay for ordinary styles, Would you be Interested? lixactiv tnat kind ot an op portunity is now presented at Wilcox's. And you are at perfect liberty to come in and look them over without any obligation to purchase. We are always glad to show our goods. Wilcox Department Store. hi MONDAY, MARCH 13. Samuel E. Rork's Sensational Musical Production. (Original Company) The Queen MoulinlRouge of the Distinct Novelty in amusements Music by John T. Hall. Lyrics rukh to those points is expected. Pas senger traffic west has beh very heavy for two weeks, and with the cheap r&to n effect additional equipment vill be netded. A few old pieces of jowelry manA" times will sell for a handsome little sum. look up me scrap jawciry anu silver you have; wo will buy it from you no mattor how small the quantity Dixon, The Jeweler. Tho .Free Lanco csUmatcs a loss of $2-1.000 as a result of tho fire in that village early yesterday morning, dis ributcd as follows; Tolofsen lumber yard $20,000, Shane's carpenter shop $700, Piexaon's store building $2,000, Jenkins barn and Sweeny & Hall barn $1,300. J, O. Anderson's annual sale of Poland China and Duroc Jersey Hogs will be held at Lexington, March 16. They still have a few choice cockerels laf t and are booking orders for eggs at $1.00 per setting of 15, and $4.00 per er 100 for incubators, from flock headed by 11 lb cockerels. Also 4 Red Palled bulls at private sale. AK chapter P. E. O. met with Mrs. Ed. Davis Wednesday afternoon and elected officers as follows: President, Mrs.- York Hlnmnn; vice-president, Mrs. J. G. Beeler; treasurer, Mrs. Edgar Schiller; recording secretary, Mrs. John Evans; corresponding sec retary, Mrs. I, L. Miltonberger; guard, Mrs. John Twinem; delegate to the convention which will be held at Cen tral City in June, Mrs, Edgar Schiller; alternates, Mrs. E. S. Davis and Mrs. Georgu Prosser. F. JJBROBKERj "Barriers Burned Away." "Barriers Burned Away" tho story by E. P. Roe, and founded upon the great Chicago fire, has been made into a play by George Middloton and has attained immediate success. The play like the book tells a good wholesome story, which, while it enter tains it carries a great moral lesson. The story tells of the love of a poor but brilliant young man for n rich and haughty girl, who scoffs at all religion, but finally the barriers of religion and wealth aro swept awny in tho great Chicago fire ana all ends happily. ileftsrs. caskcll-r.incvtuy & carpen terhavo supplied an excellent scenic production and b splendid cast for the play, which it is said, will provo as popular as Mr. Roe's novel with its millions of readers. This great play will bo presentod nt the Keith next Wednesday evening. NATURE'S BEAUTIES will soon be but a memory. Has your stay in the country benefitted you in health and epirusi tnen now is the time to have some PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN Come to this studio and get portraits that will do you full jus tice at tho period be looking best. your New seven mam tinui iu anuth nirt when you should of the city. Only eight blocks eat Urge lot, 88x150 feet, Nice trees i IawB. Sidewalks ia. Only $3,00. G.W.ANDERSON Easy terms. Temple Real Estate & In. Ageacy. 1 a4 2 McDesald Block. successor to E. O. Halveratedt. Merchant Tailor. We have recently installed a French Dry Cleaner for Men's and Ladies' apparel ot all classess, anu we guarantee satisfactory work. We are also tailors anu Know now to repair clothes. We carry samples of goods and make clothes of all kinds to order, insuring first-class workmanship and perfect ht. by Paul M. Potter, by Vincent Bryan. Night life of Paris correctly portrayed in 150 minutes, without waste of .time and money. Special feature, direct from the Moulin Rouge: Paris, "L Amour de i'Apache," introducing the original rZLD Apache Dance with a special cast. Swift, smart, saucy and gorgeously girly. The largest musical organization en tour. Prices S1.50, SI.OO, 75c, 50c. OF I Pure bred young Berkshire Boars can be registered. Inquire at Hershey's Hard ware Store, corner Fifth and Locust streets, North Platte, Nebraska, Phone No. 15. PUBLIC SALE. HORSES AND HOGrS. At the U nion Stock Yards, North Platte, commenc ing at 1:30 p, m., sharp, DR. A. A. WARD, Ofllco: Hotel Tinimerrotn Special attention given diseases of women and emergency surgery. NOTICE FOR BIDS. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at tho office of the City clerk of North Platte. Nebraska. up to five o'clock p. m., March 21, 11)11,. lor uie construction 01 a lateral sewer in Sewer District "P" in said city ac cording to plans and specifications now on file in the office of the city clerk of said city. Approximate estimate of cost of sower lateral as per report of city en gineer is $3,369.00. Local labor to be employed as far ns practicable. Certified check on local bank of 2 per cent of amount of bid will be required to insure entering into contract Satisfactory bond to bo given when contract is signed. Mayor and council reserve the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the city council. Ciias. F. Temple, City Clerk. SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1911. The offering consists of broke norses, good flesh, quality and bone. They are three years old and up wards, and will weigh from noo to 1400 pounds. FIFTY KOG&. All thrifty young shoats, weighing from fifty to seventy pounds. TERMS. Eight months' time will be given on approved security, notes to bear ten per cent interest from date. Parties wishing to pay cash will be allowed a discount of five per cent Garlow, Jones and Wickam, CQL,-T. F. WATTS, Auctioneer. o. Notice for Publication. Serial No. OlSfio-UMKH. Department of tlio Interior, d. Laud Ottlce at North IMatto. Neb. Mar 7tn. mil. Notlcu U hereby eiven that Chris Schlck.ot North Platte. Neb., who on May 2. undo UorotMtnad Kntry No. lvftiri, Serial No. tilWO. for HV4 XKH. and SH NWi. and on June SO tli. 1WJ1. mario Homestead Entry No. J.KU, Serial No. (Oft), for NH NWM. NH NKM and SM. all iu Section. 3), Township. II. ran?" ?J. V ot the alxth principal meridian has filed notice o( Intention to make dual Arc rear proof, to establish claim to the laud abore described, boftfro tliu Ueetstor and Itocelvor at North Plat to Nebra.ika. on the th dr of May. 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Tjoruu I'urdy. Jesa tanr, Samunl Hawkins, 1'rautc Pteel all of Nortlf Platte, Nebraska. tnltM J. R. Eva hk. RwUtftr- NOTIOE KOlt PUHUOATION. SorlalNo 0IUI7. nonartmPiit of tho Interior U. t Land OllU-o at North Platto. Nob. tin iomt o "fa"" Homestead entrr rni. bw:,l(m 3J. towns i n 1(1. north 3afH-'-d x to"' t to 10" :r1t?.,wtbiiSh anil Hl!rilvnr V.l. in..... on ,thc loth dav of Mr Voi'?"1' namon as wltnisaa! n.vid .urovt's, all Hcauchamp, J- E Kvak8. lloclstcr. the lteclstur Nubraska, on (Jlalninnt t of North f.ir.Y.'. W.rovt.s. all of Mnil.i.-.ria .'" "ur ne, ofJll!l.!,orli. Nob.