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Vorth Pri.rLvrK, NKHUA8KA, MARCH 24. 1911.
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The man who, apparently, sowed lettuce and reaped
sun-flowers, did not do his trading at OUR store.
We apply' the same principle to the sale of our seeds as
you do to your sowing whatever we sow, thaj: we also
wish to reap. For on the reaping depends your future con
fidence in us. All our seeds are clean and1 carefully selected
from the finqst stocks in the country. You can absolutely
rely on their exceptionally fine quality.
We carry a great variety, but if we have not what you
want, we will get it for you. Come and inspect our stock.
Some specials selected expressly for this locality:
Car of Minnesota Early Ohio Seed Potatoes from
the Red River Valley, just received.
Fancy .Kentucky Recleaned Blue Grass and White
Onion Sets and all kinds of Garden Seeds.
Rush Mercantile Company.
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4 ?cm '
The experimental-farm Bhipped in two
cars of corn the early part of the week.
Mrs. Fred II. Garlow will entertain
a number of young ladieo
tomorrow J
Houae for rent East Fourth- St.
Plattview addition. Inquire of George
Ott Fletcher took on a heavier jag
than he could tote Wednesday evening
and was gathered in by the police.
Word received in town Wednesday
announced the birth of a daughter to
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thurston, of Cody,
For Sale-S. C. It. I. Red eggs for
hatchiug. 15 for $1. 00-100 for $0.00
1113 West Sixth St.
Tholtaymond Hitchcock Co., playing
"The Man Who Owns Broadway,"
passed east on a seven-car special train
Wednesday morning,
The next attraction booked at the
Keith is "The Arcadians" on the even
ing of April 6th. The play is a musical
one and will be presented by a large
For SaleOne steam traction engine,
also one 81 Horse Power Gasoline En
gine, and one dehorning chute. Union
Stock Yards Co., John Burke, Mgr.
Anton Pushman haa been about the
happiest man on earth thio week, due
to the arrival of a young lady at his
home. The mother is reported to bo
doing nicely as is also the daughter.
We do ourown diamond Betting In
our own store. No danger of diamonds
being lost if left in our care for repairs
or re-setting. DIXON, The Jeweler.
The American Yeoman are planning
on a big time at the K. P. hall Tues
day evening, when a program "t-music
nH recitations will be rendered and n
basket supper served. A large atten
danc is expected.
- The Tribune'B sympathy is extended
to Mentor A. Brown, of the Kearney
Hub. in the loss of his son Fred J
vfho was the active manager of the
paper.- Death occurred Tuesday after nn
illness of three days from appenuicuis
For Sale Fifty bushels Early Ohio
seed potatoes, and 100 buBhels German
mlllt seed. One dollar per bushel for
each. Address Joe Pinion, Hershey,Ncb.
or call at his dace half mile north of
Bailey, Lowell, Culton and one or two
other North Platte ball players will
probably have an opportunity to play
with state league teams, If they care to
sien contracts. From a financial
standpoint, however, they would be
losers by bo doing.
In tb wrestling match at the Lloyd
Wednesday evening Gateley secured
two straight falls from Thompson, the
first in about sixteen minutes, the
o.innil In twentv-fivo. Thompson was
tha stronger of "the two, but he lacked
the science of the game.
The Philathea Club will meet this
evening at the homo of Mre. E. N.
Judge Grant united in marriage Wed
nesday John A. Burgland and Ester C.
SandquUt, both of Brady.
A marriage license was. issued Wed-.
nesdav to Claude Harrv 'Lnntz and
Bernicc V. Knapp, both of Maxwell.
Col. ' Dave Love, of Sutherland,
visited friends in town yesterday. Ho
Bays tricks are rather quiet in his
Carpets and Ruga at the cut price nt
Hub Clothing Dept.
Huntington & Baker have begun
work on tho Andy Schannann house in
the Third Ward and also on the J. D.
Cox house on west Sixth.
In order that the people may know how
tho proposed city hall will look, arrange
ments will be made to have n picture of
the building thrown on the screens at
the two picture shows.
Horses Wanted A few head to sum
mer. Plenty grass ana water. Thos. 15.
Doolittie, North Platte. V
The fire department was called Tues
day afternoon to J. B. Elliott residence
on Third street, where a pile of burn
ing rubbish threatened to spread to ad-
oining buildings.
Tho North Platte friends of Miss
Bertha Thoelecke will be glad to learn
that she Is recovering nicely from the
operation performed, two weekB ago, in
which two tiimora were removed Jfrom
one side and three from the other.
White & Brooks, of Hershey, are fill
ing an order of fifteen enrs of baled
alfalfa for partios in Wisconsin. Tho
alfalfa goes into the dairy section of
that state, where it value as n milk
and cream producer has been tested
Wanted Apprentice girls at Mrs.
, S. Huffmans'.
Wu return our sincere thanks to our
neighbors and friends for their kindnesB
and help in the death of our beloved
husband and father and especially to
the Grand Army and tho W. R. C. for
tho floral offerings.
Stlngley and Dupont, who were fined
fifty dollars each and costs for breaking
nto tho Platte Valley school house, will
"lay out the line. Three dollars per
day are allowed prisonors sentenced in
tho county court. In this case the
costs were almost as much as the fine
Wanted Apprentice girls at once.
Miss Whit-taker.
At tho meeting of the city council
Tuesday evening tho contract for con
structing sewers in UviTulstricts was
awarded to C. R. McKny, of Omaha,
on n bid of sixty-two cents per foot
Thero were four other bids filed. Mr,
McKay expects to begin work in ten
days and hones to complete his con
tract within thirty days.
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Reduction in Prices
All square horse blapketa will bo
sold at a discount of ten per cent, und
all robes at twenty por cent. M. C.
Rodger' harness shop, Sixth street.
Operator Lndd, ' of Brady, was In t
town Wednesday visiting his wife, who
submitted to an operation nt the P. &.
S. hospital & "few days ago.
Since tho organization of the Mutual:
building and loan association in 1887 it
has made 940 loans amounting to $984,
000. The total receipts of the as
sociation have been $1,295,452.01.
Petitions ore being circulated nom
(nntlng James Belton and W. J. Cruscn
ns candidates for councilmen from the
the Third ward. ThiB places six can
didates in tho field from that ward,
For Salo S. C. Rhode Island Rod
andS. C. White Leghorn eggs. $1 for
15. Phone 58, William Otten 909 West
5th St.
Whllo no reductions are being made
in tho working forco at this terminal,
not all the places of men who quit arc
being filled. In tho car department the
numbor of mch employed is about ton
less than tho normal number.
You are invited to attend tho lecture
on Christian Science at tho Keith
theatre this evening at eight thirty.
You will learn some things that you
don't know, nndyouhnve impressions
about tho subject that will be set right.
It won't cost you a cent; no admission,
no collections
Tho ten round boxing contest Mon-
a evening at Brady botweon Hnrgia
and Smith was declared a draw by
Reforeo Ouimolte. Both men were
clever with the mitts, und while they
went at each other rather viciously,
neither received much punishment.
Tero wero 300 in attendance and tho
crowd was orderly throughout.
The Elk's dedication committee held
meeting last evening and heard re
ports from the various subcommittees.
The attendance from out of town prom
ises to be very large, and how to prop
erly take care of all is nsmatter of
considerable concern to tho committee.
Formal invitations will bo issued with
in tho next ten doys. These invitations
will rend "yourself and lady" not
For Rent Tho Charley . Breternitz
jnch, ten miles nqrth of town, G40
acres 'all under-lonce; twenty, acres
cultivated. For furhor particulars call
at runch.
The democratic majority in tho state
legislature iiave decided to push
tho Placek apportionment bill which
gives Lincoln county one representa
tive, and places this oounty in a sena
torial district withDawBrn and Keith
counties. Tho democrats will also
favor tho Alberts judicial apportion
ment bill in which tho. Thirteenth dis
trict will be composed of Dawson, Lin
coln, Logan, McPhcrson, Keith, Chey
enne, Deuel and Kimball counties.
Go to VVymnn & Jeffories for Plow
work and horseshoeing. Get prices be-
foro going elsewhere.
City Blacksmith Shop.
The Lincoln county bar. at a recent
meeting, appointed A. Muldoon, J. J.
Hnlligan, J. E, Evans and J. S. Houg
Iand a committee to draft resolutions
on the demise of Judgo W. C. Elder
and Judgo J. M. Ray. Those resol
utior.s were so drnwn, and are laudatory
of tho life, work and standing of the
two men who wore so vidoly known in
the county. Tho resolutions have been
Bnread upon the records of the district
Our repair department h one of the
best equipped in Nebraska and each
watch that goes through our hands is
given the most careful attention.
Dixon, The Jeweler,
Tho Senior class flung Ha pennant to
the breeze from the high school flog
stalf yesterday, which action did not
please tho other classes and they pro
ceeded to haul down tho pennant. This
caused a scrimmage in which clothing
became shredded. Some of tho more
venturesomo youths attempted to reach
the roof of the building by the water
spout route, but this was stopped by a
member of the board, who considered
it dangerous.
For Sale Settings of thoroughbred
Barred Plymouth Rock Chickens. Fifty
cents a setting or $3.00 per 100. Albert
Haspel, Route No. 1, North Plhtte.
To provide for the interest on the
proposed bonds for a city hull a one
mill lew will be necessnry. On the
present valuation this, however, will
moro than pay tho interest; it will
provide a small sum each year for a
sinking fund to pay tho principal. This
one mill tax would not bo a burden to
any one. If your property is worth
$2,000 and is assessed at $400, the bonds
will co3t you forty cents a year; if
worth $3,000 your Bharo of the tax
will bo Blxty cents.
For Trade, 1
1C0 acres of good land about 7 miles '
south west of Poxton. 7C acres under
cultivation. All fenced. Will trado for
residence property in North Platte. See
Temple Real Estate. & Ins. Agency.
1 Personal Paragraphs. 1 .
4 ft-" "-Jt
Charley Hcndy, of Dcnvor, visited
friends In town Wednesday.
Mrs. Pattco nnd daughter, of Oakland,
aro tho guest of Davn Pattco.
Rev. C. F. Chapman went to Ogalnlln
Wednesday ovontnofto hold Episcopal
Jdhn J. Hnlligan was in Lincoln Vcs-
terdtty arguing a cnao before the su
premo court.
Miss Eva Park, who had been visiting
relatives in town for n month, "reft to
day for her home in Chicago.
Miss Margaret McFadden, of Pnxtoh,
has been tho guest of MIsa Mary Mc
Gnvqrn for several days.
A. F. Streitz returned Wednesday
night from Omaha, whero ho had been
transacting business for a week.
Miss Fern Griffin la expected down
from Denver in u few days and will bo
the guest of Mrs. F. II. Garlow.
Mrs. O. W. Brandt, of Kansas City,
is in town visiting Mr. Brandt, who has
charge of the Union Pacific Instruction
car. v
Mr. and Mrs. Charles HIrech returned
Wednesday night from Arapahoe, where
they have been called by the death of
Mrs. Hirsch'8 mother.
Mrs. M. F. Hoslor return cd tho early
part of tho week from a viait in Aurora,
III., with her Hon Robert, and with hor
sistor Mrs. J. D. McCarthy nt Ames,
Alonzo McMichnel kft Wednesday
night for Frederick, Okla., to viMt n
sister he has not seen foij twenty-seven
years. He will bo absent two or thr.ee
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bltterman, of
Mason City, Iowa nro the guests of their
daughter Mrs. M. J. Forbes whllo en-
route homo from Southern California,
whero .they had spent the winter.
H. V.'IUIliker and daughter Mnrcia
came down from Uenver V'eunosday
morning to attend tho funeral of Mrs.,
Kutio, Brown. They returned hafnoi
the same night.
Hand Tailored Suits.
Hnvo you decided what color your
Spring Clothes nro to bo? Are you going
to wear a brown, gray, blue or tun?
Aro you going to wcur striped or plain?
Aro you going to wear Scotch or fancy
cheviot or worsted? It's immaterial to
us what muterial you prefer, because
our stock is Jail-covering.
Thero is something which is of very
material interest to us, though, nnd it
aro you going to purchase your new
suit from usoroomeonoclso? If you see
our clothes, we know of whom you'll
buy. Why not givo us n chance.
Our time is yours.
The nun Clothino Dept.
Certainly A Bargain.
Wo have a large five room house onE.
8thBtreet, nly ono block from tho
business part of the north side, NIco
trees & lawn. Corner lot. $1,600.00.
Tkmi'Le Real. Estate & Ins. Agency.
Stylish Skirts.
rashion s iavorite suirts are
to be found here. Finest col
lection in the city of Jadie's
tailored skirts, in all the new
est cloths and colors. New
and exclusive styles, all sizes,
and all moderately priced.
Wil(o.v Department Store
T ' ' . AT rjS ' V
We have a new line of paint made by Benjamin Moore
& Co,, of Chicago, that is equal to any make of paint on the
market same analysis, same wearing and covering powers,
snme guarantee. V
for all inside work are the best.
of furniture look like new
is a flat, washable oil paint used as a wall finish.
useful, piore healthful and sanitary, more economicalahdi
with all these, more beautiful
other paints.
Window Glass and Paint Brushes.
See U for
Firk Door North of First Natn'l Bank, North Platte, Nbl
. Mr. Frank H. Leonard, C. S. B., of
Hrooklvn. N. Y.. will deliver a free
'loctnro on Chriatian Science at the
Keith theatre Friday, March 24th, at
8:30 p. m. While there are thousands
testifying to its beneficent influence pn
their lives, there aro many misconcep
tions nnd misapprehensions regarding
tho teaching of Christian Science. It Is
largely tho purpose of this lecture to
correct erroneous impressions and pre
sent tho true conception of Chriutlan
Tho lamented Edward Itosewater
founded tho first scholarship award for
atudonts of tho Omnha schools. Ho be
queathed the sum of $10,000 to tho
school district of Omaha, tho income
$500 unnually, to bo awarded from time
to time to tho sons of Omaha mechanics
graduating from Omaha's high school
nnd wishing to pursue a higher course
in technology. It is only In well deserved
annreclntlon. therefore, that tho
authorities of tho school district of
Omaha Jiava named the new Forest
school building, n Btructuro recently
comnloted nt a cost of SllC.OOO, after
tho highly esteemed newspaper man
whose name wherever .mentioned by an
Omnium, is mentioned in & tone indicat
ing something more than mere respect.
Tlioso of Nebraska's news paper men
who know-Edward Rosewater person
ally will be pleaaed over this action of
tho umana scnooi authorities,
Chickens Wanted.
Chickens wanted at Schriobor's moat
market. Will pay nine cents a pound
for nil kinds. ' k
Lace Curtains.
We 4iave just received from
the mill an enormous stock of
white and Arabian lace cur
tains, all new 191 1 stock and
patterns. They are all new
designs, every one first class
quality jn every respect from
start to finish, and at very
low prices, quality considered.
Come and see for yourself.
. 1 Wilcox Department Store
Findslies . 7
Makes old wdodwork floprs
, .
It is jnpf e
than wall paper
calcimine of
Your Want's.
Public Sale, '
Notice is hereby gven that on Tues
day, March 28, 1911, at two o'clock
P. M. I will sell at public sale at the
Harrington barn in North -P.Jfttte, ,the
following chattels: Two mowing ma
chlnea, two slips or scrapers, two
sleeping or cooking shacks.
I. L. Miltonbkrqbr, Sheriff.
Notice of Electies.
Notice is hereby given that a General
Election will be held in the City of
North PIatte,Lincoin Oounty, Nebraska,
on the 4th day of April, 1911, between
the hours of 9:00 a. m. and 7:00. p. ni.,
for election of a
City Clerk,
City Treasurer,
Police Judge,-
One Councilman from the
One Councilman from the Second
Two Councilmen from the Third
Ward, short and long term,
Two Councilmen from the Fourth
Ward, Bhort and long term,
Two Members of the School Board
for tho School District of the City of
North Platte, for the term of three
Also the following proposition shall
be submitted:
"Shall the City of North Platte issue
its bonds in the sum of $16,000 in de
nominations of ?1,000.00 each, dated
July, 1st, 1911,due in 20 years from
date, but payable at any Ume after the
end of ten years, at the option of said
city, to draw interest at the rate of five
por-cent por annum, payable semi
annually; principal and Interest payable
at the fiscul agency of the Stat nf
Nebraska in
Said bonds to
the City of New York,
be used for the purpose
money with which to
hall to accommodate the
and city records, the
of obtaining
erect a city
city officers
fire department
and the police
and fire apparatuses,
department. And
shall the proper officers be author
ized to levy and collect a tax annually
in the manner as other municipal taxes
may be levied and collected in an
amount sufficient to pay the interest
and the principal on said bonds as they
mature, in addition to the sum auth
orized to be levied in Section 82. Ar
ticle 8, Chapter 18, Compiled 'Statutes
of the State of Nebraska for the year
1909, on all the property within said
city, as shown and valued upon the as
sessment rolls of the assessors of said
city. Said bonds to bo negotiable in
, The polling places will be at the hose
houses in each ward, except te Second
ward, which shall be at the County
Court house.
Dated this 21st day of March, 1011.
(Sgd) TlOS. C. PATTERSON, ftUyr,

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