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: ! It ra sS ft y 1 ru Semi -Weekly Tribune " Ira L. Bare, Editor And Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One Year by Mail in advance $1.25 One Year by Carrier in advance $1.60 Entered at North Platte, Nebraska, Post oflico as Second Class Matter. FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912. Local and Personal. Homer Rector returned the the week from a two weeks' first of stny in Omaha. t4 The hnrvest of the first cutting of alfalfa began this week, and is proving n heavy crop. B. F. and M. J. Doyle, of Dickens transacted business in town the first of the wock. J. S. Bell, of Hershey, camo down to attend the Masonic meeting Tuosday eVening. Maurice Fowler left Wednesday for Julesburg to spend several days on business. Frank Unzoiker, of Chappell, trans acted business in the city Tuesday and Wednesday. Fred Sudmnn returned to his home in Chappell Sunday oveningafter a week's visit in this city. Frank Garman, of Sutherland, Is in town this week assisting in the Greeson Grocery store. Miss Margaret Padgett, of Indiana, is sponding this week with Mr. and Mrs. Padgett. Mrs. 0. E. Weil will entertain tho members of tho Ncvita Club on Wed nesday afternoon. Mrs. James O'Neil was taken to tho P. & S. hospital Tuesday for an opera tion for appendicits. Rev. Chas. Chapman left nt noon Wednesday for Kearney to visit Bishop and Mrs. Geo. Beecher. 3 uhfcJbBiKS Frank Reia, of Elsie, is visiting his aistor Mrs. Jack McGraw this week, having arrived Tuesday. Fred J. Warren doparted for Well fleet Wednesday by auto to transact business for a few days. Joseph L. Roddy loft the first of tho week for Council Bluffs to transact business for several days. Ed. Murphy Fred Goorgo'and Col. Bill Beatty, of Brady, were nmong tho visitors in town Wednesday. x Miss Eliznboth Richards returned to Omuha Wednesday afternoon after visiting a week with town friends. Aftor visiting hor sister Mrs. M. E. Watts for a week, Mrs. Bare, of Pleasnntvillo, la,, loft for homo this morning. Mrs. Thomas Mitchell nnd grand daughter Jennie, of Lexington, arrived tho first of tho week to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Donaldson nnd children loft Wednosday for Farnam to spend two weeks with tho former's parents. Mrs. J. E. Sebastian nnd son Dolan have returned from Chappell, They weraccompanled by MVs. v. A Item ing and son. Mrs. Porry Buchanan and daughter Emma Irene loft Wednesday morning for Aurora to visit tho former's sistor Mrs. Edgar Chapman. Mrs. B. M. Wilson and daughtor Violet went to Ogden Wednesday to spend a week or more nfter which they will visit in points on tho western coast. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Thompson enter tained six engineers at dinner Tuesday in honor of tho former's birthday. The dinner was nicely served and much en joyed. Wn,-AcD,onnld' F c- Plelsticker and E. F. Soeberger loftTuesday even ing for Central City to attend Group Five of tho Nebraska Bankers Associa tion. A .social dance wns Held at the Trovillo homo west of town last even ing. A party of twenty-four locil young people attended nnd report a very enjoyable, evening. Mr. and Mrs. Trovillo proved themselves to be ideal entertainers. Jnko Coleman, living in tho west end or Peckham precinct, transacted busi ness in town Wednesday. Mr. Cole man, who is one of the earliest set .tiers in that section of tho county, is tho owner of a thousand acres of land and farms extensively, his corn fields aggregating 190 acres. On account of of cut worms he wna forced to replant n considerable acreago of tho corn. For Sale-Nowjwhito duck feathers. $1.00 per pound. Mrs. J. K. Bnrnett Route 3. ' Referendum votes by unions of nine crafts of shopmen employed on railroads running west of Chicago show n ma joolty for n sympathetic strike to aid tho cnuBo of tho strikers on tho Harri man lines. This week a conference of international ofllcors will decids on a course of action. Only one union la snid to have favored remainingat work, but a majority will make thnt vote in operative, it is said July is tho dnto on which an action la expected to bo taken. About 100,000 employes are in volved. 'Judgo Bregy, in common ploas court of Philadelphia last Friday Issued an injunction rostrnlning federated com mittees of tho Brotherhoods of Trnin men. Conductors, Firemen and Engi neers from taking any action that may load to a strike on the lines of tho Pennsylvania railroad oast of Pittsburgh and Erio because of alleged grievances Tho injunction was lasuod on potitionof John S. Hemphill, an engineer, whoso homo is in West Philadelphia. In his petition ho claims that tho Brotherhood cf Englneors and Firemen, of which ho is a member, has no legal right to par ticipate in the conferences of the brotherhoods which are now going on In that city. Seed Corn. White 1010 Field Corn and Sweot Corn nt Hershey'a, 5th and Locust, Phono 15. tf McDonous!i-Jeffers Wedding. One of the prettiest weddings of the season was oIemnized at St. Patrick's church on Wednesday morning at nine o'clock tho contracting parties being Miss Evelyn .1 offers ot this city and Frank J. McDonoughof Omaha. Rev. P. McDaid performed the cere mony and nuptial mass wns celebrated. At the appointed hour the Mendloshon wedding march wna played by Miss Josephine O'Hnre and the bridal party entered the church where a large number of friends of the happy couple hod assembled to witness the cere mony. The altars were decorated in large clusters of yellow and white roses. After the sorvices Rev. McDaid de livered a short sermon befitting this joyful occasion and heartily congrat ulated tho bride and groom. Miss Evelyn Daly sang "O Promise Me", a song as appropriate as it was beauti ful. The bride was attired in an elaborate growm of white silk voile over a satin glin, draped with bands of rich shadow lace and pearl beads. She wore a large picture hat trimmed with a large white willow plume and carried an immense bouquet of white sweet peas and ferns from which foil a shower of tiny ribbon rosettes and blossoms. Her maid of honor Miss Lucy Dunn, whose dress was of yellow messaline, cream lace and gold beads, wore a black picture hat and held an nrm bouquet of yellow snap dragons tied with a large yellow chiffon bow. Lewis Heuschneider, of Omaha, stood with the groom. The wedding breakfast was a sumpt uous one. It was served at the Whelan home on west 4th street, which had been tastefully decorated in green and yellow hearts, yellow roses and fern blanches. At the bridal table were seated tho relatives and officiating clergyman, while tho other guests were served at small tables set in the different rooms all of which revealod the color scheme of yellow, green and white. Misses Ethel McWilliams, Vera Schnrman, Evelyn Daly, Vanita Hayes, Orra Hail and Amy Langford assisted in serving. The display of wedding gifts consisting of silver, cut glass, china and linen was unusually large. Mr. and Mrs. McDonough left on the noon train for Omaha where they will bo at home to their friends. The bride needs no introduction to our renders as she was born, raised and oducated in our midst and for six years was a faithful employe of this office. She was moat popular in society circles and a staunch member of the Catholic church and Catholic Girls' club,- and we, with whom she came in dally contact are sensible of her many attractive ways. The groom come to this city two years ago from Carbondnle, Pa., and accepted employment in the local machine shops. LaHt fall l'c located in Omaha and holds a splendid position there at the present time. During his residence here he proved himself to boa moral, congenial and ambitious young man who numbers his friends by nil who met him. The best wishes of their numerous friends go with them to their new home in Omaha. Flanders Win. Lafayette, Ind., April 5, 1912. Studrbaker Corpn, ' Detroit, Mich. At Lafayette Ind., hill climbing con tests Flanders "20" wins event No. 1 for cars up to 1G0 cubic inches displace ment, also wins event No. 2, 1G1 to 231 cubic inches, defeating Buicks, Fords, and Oakland cars, also taking second in event No. 3, 231 to 300 cubic inches and third in free for all, onen to all car3. Walter Bhauy. The above copy of night lettergram is a sample of some thirty telegrams received during the past Beven months. The Studebaker Cak, J. L. Burke, Dealer. North Platte, Neb. Phone G27. Commissioner's Proceedings. June 5, 1912. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present. KtU'itz. Knhnrta nnil muntir clerk. A N Durbin, county treasurer. iou are nereuy instructed to transfer 50.00 from commissioner district No. 1 to road district No 1. A N Durbin county treasurer. You are hereby authorized to roiunu to ieonn Juajorwitcz the sum of 10.10 on account of an error in making Ollt repplnt Innnvmont nf Invuo fr.,.1011 on all of lot 5, west 10 ft of lot 0 nnd eii3i oo ii oi lot 7 in DiocK 150 North Platte, Nebr. A N Dnrhin nnnnfrv t4neii. Vmi aro hereby authorized to correct the 1011 t., i-llut ., t, n i ii!.. i . tract of land as acreage is Gl according to Slirvuv of pnilniv Mirvnvnr inut.mil nt G2, 2S. 100, as shown on tax list. tiearing in tlie mntter of roads No. 107, 355, 04. Is hereby deferred to Juno 20. 1912 at 9:00 a m. Tho vncationof part of road No. S9 beginning nt a point on the east line of sections 20 nnd 29,township9 rgo 31 nnd running thence west two miles on sec tion lino to tho west line of the town ship 9 rgo 31 cornea up for final hearing. There being no remonstrance filed and the special commissioner reporting favorable thoreto, same is hereby va cated, nnd county clerk is hereby or dered to refund tho deposit made by John McMicheal. The vncntion of part of road No. G2 beginning nt tho s o corner of n o J of se J section 11 township 12 rge 30 and running north wostorly towhero said road intersects tho centor line of section 11 comes up for final actlon.nnd there be ing no remonstrance or protest filed nnd the special commissioners reporting in favor thereof tho petition is hereby grained nnu mat, part ot saul rotul as above described is hereby vacated and county clerk Is hereby authorized to roturn tho deposit to R O Bockers. A N Durbin county treasurer: You are hereby authorized to correct tnx list on lot 3, block 31 North Platte on account of double assessment as one house waa moved from same. The following claims wore allowed against the sovoral road district funds for work to be performed in anid dis trict. C E. Parsons ovcrseor district No. 17, 150.00 J. V. Dailey overseer district No. 37, A McNickol overseer district No. 18, Jacob Miller nvprtinnr illutrint Mn no 75.00 J. F. McGeo overseer district No. 33, 150.00 Wallace Quinn overseer district No. 49, 200.00 Louis Kcfior orerseor district No. 10 50.00 Tho claim of L E Shepard for road work was allowed on road district No 15 for 10.50 ClnimofCA Robinson for grading on Worthley hill was allowed as follows: 129.80 on commissioner's district No 1 and 338.00 on commissioner's district No 2, total 767.80 W S Moore and son. ditching allowed on corn's district No 3, 519.00 W S Moore and son, ditching allowed on corn's district No 1( 4.00 Ed S Hogg, grading in Payne precinct, allowed on corn's district No 2, 100.00 Following claims were allowed on general fund to-wit: Sophia Anderson, care of Emma An derson month of May, 30.00 Sophia Anderson, care of Mrs. Clark from April 29 to June 3, five weeks, 25.00 Judges and clerks for primary election 1912, 9G8.70 Nona S Boyer, postage and express, 2.47 Walter Cronin, services state va Albert Gerkin, 4.00 Ed Ogier, auto livery for sheriff, 26.25 Star Clothing, clothing for county poor, o.oo Board adjourns to June 6th, 1912. Juno 6th, 1912 Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present Streitz, Roberts and county clerk. Following claims were allowed on eeneral fund: Sundry persons, special judges and clerks Birdwood 20.00 election precinct Nebraska School Supply House, sup plies for supt 1.90 University Publishing Co, supplies for supt, 2 claims, 12.50 Hammond & Stevens Co, supplies for sunt, 4.00 St. Joe Paper Co., supplies for clerk, 19.50 Diener & Fleishman, mdse for county poor 2.10 G E Prosser, services Lincoln county vs Paxron and Hershey irrigation dis trict. 12.50. G E Prosser, postage and office ex penses, 10.53 G E Prosser, reporting divorce cases, G.25 G E Prosser, services state vs Barber et al, 8.75 G E Proaser, making bar docket 30.50 G E Prosser, postage and office 'ex pense 42.35 G E Prosser, appointing judges and clerks"bf election, 55.00 S L Petit, aasisting U S engineer on road No 133 2.25 E Brown, damagea on road No 71, 85.00 M H McDcrmott, special commissioner on road No 89, 3.25 North Platte Electric Light Co, .ser vice for jail and court house, 31.55 Stephen McDermott, hauling ashes etc. 9.00 A J Salisbury, board of prisoners, 81.00 A J Salisbury, services state vs Mrs. Nichols, 5.50 W Welch, work at jail, 28.25 N A Sluder, work at jail, 5.80 Scott & Brown mdse for county poor, 25.80 . Cleo R Chappell, institute and nor mal fund, 200.00 Cleo R. Chappell, salary as co supt, for May, 133.33 Geo E French salary as co attorney for April and May, 111.60 '' ' C W Yost, office expenses as clerk for Moy, 137.50 A J Salisbury, salary as sheriff for May, 125.00 1 F Watts, salary as deputy sheriff for Mnv, 75.00 J M Wilson, salary ns janitor for May, 65.00 Nona Marcott, services as clerk to co supt 40.00 C W Yost, offke expenses for Mav, 19.77 Laura Murray, examining 8th grade papers, 37.25 E J Earmes, county printing, 9.75 N P Telephone Co, phono vent lor June nnd toll charges, 23.25 Hunfer & Landgraf, papering nnd painting at jail, 399.40 A F btreitz, services and mileage, 78.00 Sundry persona witness fees state vs Scott. 20.80 R Rasmusaen mdse for co poor, C Sodncott liouao rent county 15.00 17.88 poor, Fred Ridingor, cash to bo used in rd dist 30 allowed on coin's dist No 2 for 50.00 Following claims were allowed on bridge fund to wit: J C Caster work on Thomaa biidge, 9.00 Lewis Grady, work on Thomaa bridge, 2.00 C M Y'ork, work on Thomas biidge, 12.00 H C Cohn, work on Cottonwood bridge. 19.50 N. B. Ireland work on thecottonwodd bridge, 250 Farnam Lumber Co.iumber, 10.42 Bond of C J McNnmaru ns deputy county surveyor is hereby approved. Bond of W S Vaughn 'as justice of ponce, Nichola precinct is hereby ap proved. Board adjourns to June 11th. Insurance Against Loss, By fire, lightning, cyclone, tornado, windstorm and hail. We make a spec ialty of hail insurance. Secure a policy today and be safe. Best companies, lowest rates and prompt settlements. Bratt & Goodman. The Board of Arbitration to settle the difference between the railroads enst of Chicago and their engineers, which a few weeks ago threatened a serious strike, hns been nppointod by Chief Justice White, Dr. Charles P. Noill, commissioner of labor, and Judge Knapp of tho commerce court. Tho board is composed of Oscar Straus, for mer secretary of commerce and labor; Dr. Albert Shaw, editor of the Ameri can Review of Reviews; Otto Eidlitz, former chairman af theBuildingTrndcs Employers' association of Now York; Frederick N. Judson, lawyer of St. Louis; Dr. Charles R. Vnnlllse, presi dent of tho University of Wisconsin; Daniel Willnrd, president of tho Balti more & Ohio railrond, and P. H. Mor risey, former president of the Brother hood of Railroad Trainmen. Cattle Pastured. Wanted 200 head of eattlo to pasture for summer. Good grass and water; freo from green heads and mosquitoes. Address W. C. Edis, North Platte, Neb. 3&8 J. R. Jungy, of Big Springs, attended to leo-al matters here Tueadav. ' r Annual JUNE SALE The backwardness of the season is leaving- us with more stock than we want at this time of the year, and we will offer exceptional bargains for the next twenty days to reduce the stock. Therefore beginning-Saturday, June 15th, and continuing until July 5th, we offer you any selection of goods from our stock Queen Quality shoes excepted at a cash Discount of 20 Percent. 'This means that for every dollars worth of goods purchased during this sale you save twenty cents. That's worth while, isn't it. When The Leader announces a twenty per cent discount the public realizes that it means twenty percent off regular prices no marking up of prices jwhen this discount is offered. You will want to "dress up" on July 4th, and this store is the only real place, where you can secure ready made garments for man, woman or child. We can fit everybody, suit everybody and save your money. In some lines we. will offer a discount of fifty ' per cent; come in and see what we have to offer you. All Alterations Free Except on Garments Less Than $5.00. THE LEADER, J. Local and Personal. Mrs. B. L. Lilllo left yesterday morning for Hershey. Julius Pizer transacted business in Maxwell and Brady yesterday. Sam Murphy, of Paxton, visited friends in the city Wednesday. Victor Halli'trnn returned W(rinpf1nv evening from the state university. A. T. Coppersmith, of Elsie, is a business visitor in town this week. George Law, of Wallace, was among the out of town people here Wednesday. Mrs. J. S. Hoagland will entertain the Rebekah kensington this afternoon. A. V. Cunningham, of Lodgepole, transacted business in this city Monday. Harley Bonham of Sutherland, is visiting friends jn the city this week. Jerry Bowen left yesterday for Big Springs to spend the day on business. Fred McEvoy left Wednesday after noon for Gothenburgto spend several days. Children's Day Exercises will he held at the Baptist church on Sunday .'morn ing, June 16. I Dick Baker left Wednesday evening for Omaha to transact hiisinnas fnr several days. G. O. Plorin snent yesterday in Pax ton on business for the Nebraska Tele phone Company. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. H. MrlT!vnv rnlnmo,! Wednesday from a' brief visit with rela- uvua in jjuiivui. Mrs. Gen. Buskins loft n four rlmfc ago for Excelsior Springs where she Will onnnrl mnMlt Notice. All accounts due.) lh firm of Ginn, White & Schatz Co.v. must be settled in full positively by July 15, 1912. All those knowing themselves indebted to us will save considerable trouble and expense by calling nnd settling their account before the abovo date. Ginn, White & Schatz. PATRONIZE THEnIT I n ' House of Good Show! fl I When in North Piaffe. Motion Pictures. Runs Every Night. Matinee Saturday After noon at 2:30 O'clock. 10 CENTS. Order of Hearing. In the county court of Lincoln countv, Nebrasku. In the matter of the estate of Annis A. Carter, deceased. On reading and filing the verified pe tition of Alice R. Chapman, praying that the regular administration of said estate be dispensed with, and that the court render a final decree naming the solo heirs at law of tho said Annis A. Carter, deceased, as provided by sec tions 5202, C203, 5201, 5205 and 5206 of Cobboy's Annotated Statutes for the state of Nebraska for the year 1911. Ordered, that the said petition be heard on July 11, 1912, at 9 o'clock a. in., when'all persons interested in said matter may appear at tho county court to be held In and for said county, in the court house in tho city of North Nebraska, Neb., and show cause, if any thoro be, why the prayer of the peti tioner should not be granted. Dated at North Platte, Nebraska, this 13th day of June, 1912. John Grant, County Judge. r V,irivVrv,rvt V vV -. - - v " r -'' - ..- ..' ..vii .v vovvi "vov y T . Sm!yT!rifrTBrimm " i'ip l rlZER, Proprietor. lli FTi THE OFFICERS Of this bank hold their time, their experience and their advice at the disposal of patrons. Their efforts are directed toward the promotion of the financial welfare of customers, for suc cessful customers, means a prosperous bank. You are invited to meet the officers of this bank and discuss with them the various ways in which they can be of service to you. Make This Bank Your Bank McDonald State Bank, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. chas. Mcdonald, President. !' jJJ Slimmer Tourist Round-Trip Fares to the Pacific Coast From North Platte to Cali fornia and North Pacific Coast Po intS i . . From North Platte to Cali fornia one-way via North Pacific Coast Points From North Platte to Cali fornia and North Pacific coast points From North Platte to Cali fornia, one-wav via North Pacific Coast Points u raon Standard Road of the West. New and Direct Route to Yellowstone National Park. Protected byJAutomatic Electric Block Safety Signals Excel lent Dining Cars on ALL Trains, For additional information and Illustrated California and Pacific Northwest book, call on or address F. E. BULLARD, Agent. :) w. h. Mcdonald, Cashier and Vice-Prest. $55 Tickets on salo to California June 12 to 20; final return limit AujruBt 31; August 29 to September 5; final return limit October 31. Tickets on sale to North Pacific Coast Points June 3 to 6: flnnl return limit July 27. June 27 to ouiv o; nnai return limit August 27. July 11-12; final return limit September 11, October 12, 14 and 16; final return limit Nov. 15. $70 Tickets on sale June 3 to C, final return limit July 27. Juno 12 to 20; final return limit August 31. June 27 to July C; final return limit August 27. July 11-12; final return limit September 11. August 29 to September 6; final return limit October 81. October 12, 14 nnd'15: final return limit November 15.EJK $60 Tickets on sale Juno 1 to'Ssptem Ikt 30, final return limit! October 81 Tickets on sale June 1 to September 30; final return limit October 31. jraciiic JTjRjfcTji) El x 1 tfWifi3r ! I "