' wry r iw.
Nothing !s innro csmh
(ial (o tho well nproinf ed
(nbto llinn a
For exclasivo lr-i!jns,
heavy, darnblo paKorns
in nicLel, solid brass
and copper cffccls,
affords (ha largest and
Wo aro showing a fnll
lino of this season's new
nnd novel offerings. If
yon want an cxtjnisilo
set for yourself or for a
ft! (I, don't miss tho op
portunity to soo oar
SCHILLER & CO.,
First Door North of
first National Dank
LOCAL " AND PERSONAL.
Bob Dickey transacted business in
A good cook stove for sale, Inquire
of R. F. Cotterell at Wilcox store, pd.
Mrs. W. S. Dolson returned yester
day from a short visit with relatives in
Ralph Hayden, of Wallace, ijpent
several days with local friends this
James Norton, now of Denver, spent
Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
P. A. Norton.
3f j .J. J Halligan , went to Harrisburg
". Sunday night to attend tho, term of
Frank Stuart returned to Ogalalla
yesterday after visiting his parents
Miss Fern Garrison is visiting her
sister Mrs. Fackay at Dickens, having
loft Saturday evening.
C. H. Walters, county commissioner,
returned Saturday from a week'sjstay in
Omaha nnd loft yesterday for Wallace.
Miss Pearl Howland who is teaching
. in one of the rural schools spent the
week end With her aunt vMrs. Albert
Will Kellog, of Chapman, spent Sun
day with'Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cook
while enroute to Ogalalla to visit rel
atives. Mrs. Burton and daughter Gladys
returned to Paxton Sunday after spend
ing a few days with Mrs. E. R.
Sheriff Miltonberger wentto Ogalalla
yesterday to serve a warrant on Frank
R, Carr, who is wanted on several
Miss Cleo Chappell, of Brady,
democratic candidate for county super
intendent, spent the greaterpart of last
week in town.
Mrs. Julia Todd returned to her school
in Hershey yestorday after spending
several days with her daughter Mrs
Judge and Mrs. J. S. Hoagland loft
. ' Sunday for York to attend the dedica
tion of tho recently completed Odd
The Omaha Bee says sixty-four
skilled machinists were placed in tho
Union Pacific shops in that city Satur
day morning to fill the position of
Mr. Page, of Omaha, who has boen
substituting in Ray Stromburg's place
at tho R. R. Surveyors' office expects
to leave tho latter part of the week.
Rev. W. 0. Harper? of Aurora, who
visited his cousin, Howard Graham and
wife, while attending the Presbyterian
Synod was called home Sunday by tho
death of one of his pnrishoners.
Dan Atchinson, now located in Los
Angeles.'spent yesterday in town vis
iting friends. Dan looks well and says
he never felt bettor; a condition that ho
ascribes to Christian Science, which ho
has taken up since locating in Los
Will Breternitz and George Magnus
son, of this city, have purchased a res
taurant and bakery at Bridgeport and
will take possession this week. Mr.
Breternitz iB a first-class baker, hav
ing for years. filled that position at tho
Vienna, prior to living on tho ranch.
Hw! Ike! Notice. H! Hee!
Lodge NO. 11E0, North Platte, Ncbr.,
Will meet Wednesday evening, Oct. 18,
at 8 o'clock, at now hall (old Tribune
rooms). Business of importance.
G. S. Huffman, Secty.
G9-2 A. A. Schatz. Pres.
Ed Dickey came up from Kearney to
spend Sunday with his family.
Miss Esther Antonodies, of Hershey,
vim ted her father and sister Sunday.
M. E. Boardman loft last night for
CJarks to transact business until Nov.
E. A.Hnverstoadt, former photogra
pher hero, camo up yesterday on bus
A baby boy was born to Mr. arid Mrs
John Horrod Sunday morning and died
shortly after birth.
For Rent Nicely furnished B room
cottage, clean and modern, close in.
Inquire at this office. ' -
Miss Hattio Martin left Saturday
for Wrtllaco -to visit relatives for two
Clark LeDioyt mado his first trip as
brakemnn Sunday, having decided to
take up railroad work.
Mr. and Airs. A. M. Mason returned
the last of tho week from a two weeks
Visit with Denver relatives.
Base Burners $-15.00 to $55.00 at
Hurshov's. Soft Coal Stoves $5.00 un
wards Locust and 5th St.
Homer Bowen is expected this week
from Amherst to make an extended
visit with hip uncle Jerry Bowen.
Mr, and Mrs. Julius Pizer will leave
the last of the week for Hastings to
attend tho wedding of a nephew.
Miss Efile Christ went to Lexington
Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Al
bert Navcraux for a week or more.
Attornoy James Mothersaid enjoyed
a visit from his father, who camo over
from Wallace tho last of tho week and
Mesdames J. B. Rcdfield nnd E. R.
Plumer entertained tho Somerset
Club last evening in a pleasant man
ner at tho home of the form'er. De
licious refreshments were Bervqtt
Mesdames Miller, of Maywood, Jean
and Mattio Ralston, of Wellflcet,
Gladys Sheridan, of Gothenburg, and
G. S. Taylor, of Wellfleet, composed
an auto party who spent Sunday in
Press Drill at $70.00.Farm Watrons at
$65.00 upwards at Hersheys Locust and
Tho management of tho Star Clothing
House has proven to bo up to date in
sporting matters and are posting the
scores of the wjorld's .series Jetween
Philadelphia nnd Nelw York on their
display window each day by inning.
Green's pool hall is also receiving re
turns of the games.
For Rent Good 5 room house. Phone
Sheriff Miltonberger received a mes
sage Saturday from Superintendent
Emanuel, of the Kearney reform
school, warning him to be on the look
out for four boys who ran away from
the school and burgalized a store. They
are Elmer Allen age 17, Elmer Miller
ago 17, Warren Haeslett age 17 and
Roy Slack age 19.
Mrs. Herman LeDoyt and Mrs. Char
les Bogue leave Saturday for Kansas
City to attend the convention of tho
Ladies Auxiliary to the B, of R, T. Mrs;
LeDoyt is. tho regularly elected delegato
and Mrs. Bogue tho alternate.
As this goes to press we aro unpack
ing and marking our fall line of cut
glass and electric reading lamps. They
are all new and nifty designs. Let us
show you. Dixon, The Jeweler.
Mrs. W. G. Chamberlain, of Denver,
arrived here Saturday and will remain
with Mrs. John Strahorn for a month
or moro hoping to benefit her health.
Tho Chamberlains were residents of
tho city twenty years ago and Mr.
Chamberlain opened . tho Y. M. C. A.
Miss Lucy Dunn entertained the ten
young ladies who compose tho Girl's
Kensington club last evening. Tho
early part of the evening was devoted
to needle work, A delicious two course
lunchonette was served on a prettily
decorated table. Places were found by
Leave your orders for milk or cream
at tho Enterprise Bakery, now conduct
ed by tne jJooiittio I'rouuco Uo.
The football season of 1911 opened
Friday afternoon with a very interest
ing and well played game between
North Platte high school and Cozad
high school in which the former won
12 to 0. Tho game was played be
tween two evenly matched teams and
was not one sided at any timo as the
score would indicate. North Platto
scored their first touch down in the
second quarter by consistent ground
gaining on short end plays and forward
passes. From then on until the last
five minutes of play neither side could
advanco tho ball much and Norris car
lea tne ball over tno lino ior tne sec
ond touch down.
Dr. Twlnem desires to announce
to tho public that he has
opened a private hospital at tho former
homo of Mrs. James Belton, 218 west
Fourth street, for tho treatment of
medical and surgical cases. Special
accommodation ior connnementensos.
Bryaa VhM Nertk Platte.
William J. Bryan was tho "'guest of
North Plntto Saturday evening, nnd
Sunday, delivering a political address
at tho Lloyd on tho former ovening and
addressing tho Presbyterian synod'Sin
day afternoon. Mr. Bryan arrived
from tho cast nt 7:30 Saturday evening
and was mot nt the depot by tho band
nnd several hundred men, women and
children. He was taken for a short
drive in J. B. McDonald's car, and
then taken to tho opera house, where
In the presence of n crowded house he
was introduced by Mayor Patterson,
who welcomed tho Nobrnskan nnd
classed him with Col. Cody as . two'of
the best known people this countryhn8
produced. ' .Ay.
Mr. Bryan spoke for nearly ' two
hours, and in his address eiulorsedLn
Follotto as a republican enndidatofor
the presidency, insisted that progres
siva republicans in Nebraska should
vote iho democratic state ticket,, re
viewed tho work of congress in Nvhtch
progressive republicans assisted demo
crats in passing good measures," .and
commended tho personnel of the candi
dates on tho democratic ticket "Mr.
Bryan received thecloso attention, of
his hearers and was frequency ap
plauded. Sunday nfternoon Mr. Bryan "tto
livered an address before tho Presby
terian synod, taking as his subject
"Tho Old Timo Religion." The church
was crowded, aisles and cornors being
utilized for extra chairs, and for an
hour and a half tho speaker held the
closo attention of his auditors.
C. O. Weingand expected to opon
his clothing store this week but has
been disappointed by a delay in (ho
arrival of ho fixtures, duo to a firp' lh
the Omaha factory whero they were
being made. This will delay tho opoh-
ing until next week. Tho stock of
goods arrived tho latter part of last
weok and tho room is in readiness for
Heavy Coait Traffic.
Pacific coast passenger traffic over
the Union Pacific is heavier at present
than it has been for' years. Sunday.
night No, 3 had fifteen cars, tho second
section of tho same train had nineteen,
and No. 5 had seventeen. Last night
there were three sections of No. 3 and
each had a long string of cars loaded to
the guards with passengers: Tho $25.D0
one-way rate is' responsible for tho
heavy travel. 1
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. P. J. Gilman will entertain the
Episcopal Guild on Thursday afternoon.
M. T, McCarthy left Saturday Uvott
ing for California to spend tho winter?
Mrs. Arthur Hnrtwig, of Paxton, is I
visiting her mother Mrs. B, L. Lam
The local Elks will hold a card party
and dance at their homo tomorrow
While in tho city, W. J. Bryan was
the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Mc
Donald. Mrs, Leo Simons will leave in a few1
days for Fairfield to yisit; relatives for
Miss Carrie Yost went to Nichols
Saturday to visit her sister Mrs. Geo.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hnytham, of Ogal
alla, aro spending a few days with
Misa Bertha Banks, of tho Lexing
ton schools, spent Sunday at the par
MIbs Sybjo Tatum returned Saturduy
ovenlng from a month's visit with rel
atives in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bush will leave this
week for Eustis to visit relatives for
two or three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Vanacoy. of Ord. ar
rived yesterday to spend a week with
their aon E. E. Vanscoy.
Misses Irene and Mario Stuart will
leave tomorrow for Aurora. III., to
spend several weeks' with their aunt.
Miss Florenco Jackson, who has boen
seriously ill with typhoid pneumonia, is
reported much Improved this week.
Misa Evelyn JcfTors returned Sunday
evening from Omaha whero she visited
her sister Mrs. Will Caroy for six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Combs returned
to Lexington yesterday after a short
visit with their daughter Mrs. W. T.
M. E. Boardman traded h!s residence
on West C. St Saturday to F. B.
Livingston for 19 horses nnd eleven
head of cattlo.
Mr. and Mrs, William Maloney. Sr..
aro enjoying a visit from ' tho lattor'a
brother Pat Maloney, of Albion, vhS
will spend several days with them.
Wo havo tho finest Jino of carving
sots in North Platte. Prices 3.00, 3.50,
4.00, 5.00, COO, 8.00, 10.00 and 12.0Q.
Dixon, Tho Jeweler.
A subscription was taken up in Max
well last week for Mrs. Stephen Frazior.
Widow of tho lato Stephen Frazior, who
was killed by Louis Jensen. Tho dona-
tlop amounted to $52.50.
Angus bulls ranging from ten months
io two years oja: a nno JJuroc boar. In
quiro of Frank Ebolo, North Platto.
First National Bank,
of North Platte, Nebraska.
Capital and Surplus $140,000.
E. F.SEEBERGER, President,
M. KEITH NEVILLE, Vice-President,
F. L. M00NEY, Cashier;
J. J. HALLIGAN.
The master piece of the
leaves nothing to be desired. A car that starts itself, in
flates its own tires and with its four speed transmission, is as
flexable as a steam encrine. The first car of this tvne west
of Omaha in the state is now'on display by
505 Dewey Street.
Lutheran Fair and SupperOctober 19
Tho following is tho menu to bo
served at tho Lutheran parish house
Thursday evening, October 19th, be
ginning at 6:30:
Stowed Chicken with Gravy,
Waffles, Mashed Potatoes,
Cabbogo Salad, Ham,
Cranberry Jelly, Pickles, Celery,
Thorn will nm tin (in nnln n linn nf
fancy work nnd aprons.. Everybody
como and got tt stjliard mo&l for" 25c. .
To Mary Anna Peale, owner of lot 5,
Tho owners of nronortv on tho bast
side of Cottonwood street, between 5th
and 4th streets, aro hereby notified
that tho Mayor and Council or tho Citv
of North Platto, Lincoln county, Ne
braska, passsd and approved an
ordinance on tho 20th day of September,
1011, ordering a sidewalk adjoining
their said nrcmises. to bo constructed
as to lino and grado. and of pormanent
material, as proviuea in tno general
ordinances of said city, regulating tho
construction of sidewalks in said citv.
Massed and approved on tho 2l8t day of
Unless oalusluowalk is constructed by
you along tho west side of lot 5, block
AT I. n,t l ...111.
j.si, uwnwu ujr jruu, in uv.buiuutitu Willi
said ordinances, on or beforo tho 2nd
day of November, 1911, tho same will
bo constructed by said city and tho coats
assessed upon tho said lot owned by you
adjoining wnicn tne samo enau do con
8tructed. Chab, F. Temple,
Sool City Clerk.
General Election Notice 1911.
Mnflnn (a linftihtr rrltrnn tlmf rr rPiirtn
day, the 7tn day or November, 1911, at
tno voting niaccs in tno various pro
cints of Lincoln countv. Nebraska.
thcro will be held n general election
for tho purposo of electing tho follow
ing named officers, to wit:
Three Judges of the Supremo ' Court.
Two Regents, of tho State University.
Ono State Railway Commissioner.
One District Judtre. Thirteenth Ju
dicial District in Nebraska.
Ono County Judge.
Ono County Treasurer.
Ono County Clerk.
Ono County Surveyor.
Ono County Superintendent.
Ono Clerk of tho District Court
Ono County Commissioner, Comis
sionor District Number Three.
Ono Overseer for each Road District.
Two Justices of tho Peaco, In each
i Two constables, in each precinct.
Ono Procinct.AssesBor, whero vacan
Ono Police Magistrate, city of North
Which election will bo open nt 8:00
o'clock In tho mornincr. nnd continue
open until 6:00 o'clock in tho nfternoon
ot tho samo day.
Dated North Platto, Nebraska, Oc
tober 7, 1911. F. R. Elliott,
Seal County Clerk.
ORDEIl OK IIKAItINO ON PETITION KOH
APPOINTMENT OK ADMINIHTHATOK
Htatoof Nebraska, Lincoln county, us
In tlio county court.
In tlio mattor of tho estate ot Qoorifo
A. llrownoll. deceimod.
On roadloir and flllnir tho petition ot Emma
llrownoll vraylntr that administration of
said CHtato may bo trantod to her an admin
istratrix. Ordored, That Nov. 7. 1011. A. D. at 0
o'clock a. m u aaslitnod for hoarlnir said
petition when all porsons interested in said
matter may appear at a county court to be
bold In and for said county and show causo
why tho prayer of petitioner should not bo
irrantodi and that notlco of tho nondnnc-v nf
said petition and tho hearing thereof bo
K 1 vim to all porsons interested in said mat
ter by publlshlnir a copy of this order in tho
North Platto Tribune a wcokly news
paper printed in said county, for three suc-
cejsivo weoKg, prior wsamuay or nearinsr.
Dated Oct. 10, lull. John Oiunt.
Chalmers factory. A car that
Olllco phono 241. Kca. phono 217
L. C. DROST,
North Plntto, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bunk Building.
and Cabinet Work
Also Wood Turning, Picture Framing
Room Moulding, and Window
Screens a Specialty.
Shop 107 Eas Fifth.
To Mary Dents, owner of lot 4, block
Tho owners of property on tho enst
flldo of Cottonwood ntrnnt. hntivonn flrA
and 2nd street, aro hereby notified that
tho Mayor and Council of the City of
North Platte, Lincoln county, Nebraska,
pnsaed and npproved an ordinance on
tho 20th day of Soptomber, 1911, order
ing a sidewalk adjoining their said
promises, to bo constructed as to lino
nnd prude, nnd of rmrmnnnnfc mnfurtnl
as provided In tho general ordinances
of tho" city, regulating tho construction
of sidowalks i n said city, passed and
approveu on mo zist ooy oi Juno, 1900.
unless saui waiK is constructed by
you nlong tho west sldo of lot 4, block
167, owned by you, in accordance with
said ordinances, on or beforo the 2nd
day of November,- 1911, tho samo will
bo constructed by said city and tho
costs assossed upon tho said lot owned
by you adjoining which tho samo shall
uo consirucicu. iiiab, r, TEMPLE.
Seal City Clerk
To Joseph H. Cunningham, owner of
JUL 4, LUUCKiOf.
rVh n nurnoni nf nmnnvfir tn f 1. ...... I
w w . . .. w . m wt I'.wf.w.vjr un wiu i;uoi
sido of Cottonwood Btroot, botweon 5th
nnil 4th Atronta nrn liornlnmnf ID.wl 41it
tho Mayor and Council of the City of
iNorui fmtiH, jjincoincountyi XNeoraBKn,
passed and approved nn ordinnnce on
thn 9(th flnv nf Kt.ntnmhnt. 1011
ing a sldowalk adjoining their said
lirciuiBUB, 10 uo constructed as to uno
find (Trillin nnd nf iurmnnnn( Mntni4.l
o- . , F .... 1'vihihwi.h. .iiritvi nil,
as provided in tho general ordinances of
flnffl nlf v r mil nHntr twi nnnofviintlnn nf
BiuuwuiKB in buiu city, passed and ap
f.I..a..llH I t.1 t 1
proveu on uio zisi day oi Juno lUDU.
unless Bnid walK is constructed bv
you nlong tho west sido of lot 4, block
137, owned by you. In accordance with
said ordinances, on or beforo tho 2nd
day of November, 1911, tho samo will
ha ponstninti'd hv thn otv nnd tlm not a
- " J - "..J .... HtU bWW
assessed upon tho Bnid lot owned by
you nujoining wnicn tno same shall bo
,1 A.-.1 . -l m
gunairuciuu. IjilAB. V. TEMPLE,
Seal City Clerk
NOTICE KOIt PUIILIOATION.
Serial No. 03(Mo.
Department of tho lntorlor,
U, B. Land Olllco at North Platto. Nob.
,. . . . Beptember SU. lBll.
Notlco Is hereby irlvon that Clarence I
).wis,' ' No"l' PUtto. Nob., who. on Nov
lMWM.mado homostoad entry No. iSSWi. Boris
No. KWIO for HMNWm, and NHWNWit, 8M
8?. W. of tho th Pr ncipal Meridian, has
tiled notlco of intention to make final II vo
ypar proof, to establish claim to tho land
colver at North Platte. Nebraska, on thoUtth
uy ui uurumiwr, 1VIJ.
Claimant names as wltnossesi Hondorrson
.1. Uunnor. Uorshey, Nob.t Vllllam Kacka.
I tokens. Nob, Paul Bmlth, ot North 'Platto,
!. "Vi'ucr n i'.umision, iiersnoy, nod.
o3-U J. E. Eva nb. HoKlster,
Closing out Sale
Of New and Second
As 1 expect to quit business
in a. few weeks I will sell both
new Second-Hand Goods at '
Less Than Cost.
,Gome. in and make your se-
New and Second-Hand Store
Corner Oth nnd Locust Streets.
Suits All Clams.
Tho cigars wo make and sell suits all
classes of men. , Wo havo sevornl
brands of nickel cigars which nro pro
nounced a superior article by smokers
of good judgment For tho man who
wants n finer cigar, wo havo the ton
ccntors, which nro as good a cigar as
you con buynnywhorej Thoro nro men
in North Platto who havo smoked our
cigars for ovor twenty-fivo years and
tens tno story oi
J, F. SCHNALZRIED.
Elizabeth Kaar Lannsfen,
jrchor of Voice Culture
At Illnckcr'a Muilo nnd" Art Storo
A. J. AMES. MAHIE AMES.
Declors Ames & Ames,
PhvsIclaRS and Suraeans.
it uuice over atono urug Co. fe
0 Phnm. I0mce273 g
$ Phones Re8itlerlce 21& g
WILLIS J. REDFIELD, M.D
.Surgeon, Phyiician, CoBuritaRt.
Ofllco PhyulcWa and Surgeons Hospita
Phones: Olllco G42, Residenco 644.
DR. W. F. CROOK,
Graduate Northwoatorn University,
Onico over McDonald Btato Dank
GEO. D. DENT,
Physician and Suraean,
Office ovor McDonald Bank.
i nones J RosIdence 115
JOE B. REDFIELD, M. D.
I'nyuician and Surgeon.
Day nnd night cnllR promptly answered
unico r, a. Hospital. Phone C42.
I DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
BPo!l tlon elvon (0 confine- S
a mentx and chlldron'tt diseases, 5
Ofllco Phono 1B3 Ites. PbonoJZM
J Olllco McDonald Btato IUnk Uld'tr
Jog-along Transfer Co.
0. II. OAWYEU, MGIt.
Hack and Heavy Draying of all Kinds.
Piano moving a specialty. Up-to-dnto
1911 pinno truck. Ofllco houra 8 a. m.
to 0 6. m. Ofllco withPostalTelegraph
Ofllco phono 201. gRosidonco 051
Send U Your Shipments of
Grain and Hay
Wo pay tho top murkot. Three cou
pons froo with returns on each car of
hoy you ship us to handle for your ac
count. Fifteen coupons nnd $3,60 in
cash will sccuro for your hhmo an olo
gant 42-Piece Royal Blue Dinner
Set worth $10.00.
Consign your hay to ua and please
tho ladles and also get a good prfco for
Our Motto: Fair treatment nnd
Sample of tho quality of thoso diBheB
f,n,n Buen.nt t,lc ofllco of tho Semi
The F. C, Ayres Mer. Co.,
20thlond Wazeo Streota,
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