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atte mi-Wi w $ SMfamt TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JUNK 24101 No. 44 O' Eh Jprilt V Local and Personal Senator Hongland transacted legal business in Central City yesterday. Sam Schlintz, is oil duty, due to a nail penotrating his hand last week. Will Carey of Omaha is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whelun today. The Woman's Catholic Order of Forresters will assist the Catholic Girls Club in their social Thurday evoning. W. W. Birge invosted in a Ford car Saturday, and will use it largely in going to and from his farm at 0 Fallon. Where is the den? The wheat harvest in the southeast past of the state began Saturday. Tho yield will run as high as forty bushels to tho acre. Buy a Rapid Fireless Cooker now. I can make you a special price at $12.85 for a three compartment cooker for a short time only. Mrs. M. V. Mitchell, Phone Red 104. Mrs, W. H. McDonald and daughter Janet left yesterday for San Diego, Cal., whore they will visit several months with James Bclton and daugh ter Miss Carried After attempting to murder his wife Sunday, because she would not toll him where she had put the pie that was left from dinner, Henry Potors,79 years took his own life by cutting his throat at his home at Plcasanton. Tho initial meeting of the Mother's Club held Friday afternoon proved a most interesting one. A paper on "What Constitutes a Good Mother," was read by Mrs. Ouimetto, and Mrs. W. J. Redfiald discussed "The College Mother." An address was given by Rev. Knowles. All mothers are invited to bocome members of tho organization, and thereby benefit themselves as well as their children. It is the intention to have children participate in the pro grams in the future. S. A. Hultman. of Turlock, Cnl., formerly a reeidont of Sutherland, in a letter to The Tribuno says: "Wo ore getting along nicely here in our irriga tion district; have been using over 1200 second feet of water and are irrigating 85,000 acres. Our third crop of alfalfa is almost ready to cut. Last winter was very dry and feed will be very expensive. The last cutting of alfalfa sold on board the cars at 812 and $13 per ton, but most of it is fed to dairy cows on the ranches." For Rent Houses, safe deposit boxes, storage room and 160 acres of good bottom, hay land only three miles from loading station. Price right and payments easy. See Bratt & Goodman. The Baptist aid society will be enter tained in the church basement Friday afternoon by Mrs. Hammer Mrs. Thomas Burney will leave to night for Grand Island to spend a week or more with friends. Orin Cobcrly, son of the north side barber, had an arm broken yesterday by a brothor hitting him with a stone. On July 4th No. 17 will stop at Her ahoy and Sutherland for the convenience of those who will find it necessary to return home beforo evening. For Sale Washing machine with wringer, good condition. Phone 664. A pile of boxes at the rear of the Vienna Cafe caught fire last eyeningbut was extinguished before any damage was done. Unsettled weather with probably showers to-night or Wednesday, cooler to-morrow moderate brisk winds. High est temperaturo yesterday S9, a year ago 78; Lowest temperaturo last night 62, a year ago 52. Money to Loan on Real Estate. On long or short time. Sec Bratt and Goodman. Master Henry Clay Brock celebrated his first birth anniversary Friday after noon. A numbor of mothers and their babies attended thoparty and spent n very pleasant aftomoon. The young host received a number of pretty gifts. Lost Between Rush Merc. Co. and Platte Valley bank, purse containing one Canadian und one u. S. five dollar bill and some change. If finder will return same to this office they will ro coive suitable reward. 44-2 Mr. Cummings, of the Mink baseball league is here to transfer the Humboldt club of Mink league to North Platto and play independent ball until wo get a chance to got into a league. There will be public meeting at tho Lloyd opera house tonight, Juno 24th. at 8 o'clock. Let everybody come and hear his proposition. At a meeting of the Woodmen of the World held this week tho following were elected: F. A. Baughau, council commander, A. Gray, past council com mander, Clarence McKay, advisor lieu tenant, Henry Diener, banker, Lem Bailey, clerk. Walter Samuelson. watchman, Harry Hughey, escort, Fred Walker, sentry and captain of drill team. Prof. Earl Gray, the greatest Medium that has visited North Platte. In a manner truly wonderful ho lays bare the secrets of one's life. He tells you every ftoint of interest connected with your life. Ho judges and advises you, so that you are successful in your undertakings. Consult this gifted Medium, 321 East 6th St. Program for the Fourth of July. 6:00 a. m. Grand Saluto by Captain Ruddy. 9:00 a. m. Grand Parade Nor,th Platte Military Band Mayor, City Council and G. A. R. North Plntto Fire Department. Rice and Dore Marine Band. Society and Business Floats Circus Parade. Automobile and Motor Cycles. Carriagos and Citizens. 1000 School children (flag fur nished.) (Immediately after Parade.) , Awarding prizes nt bnby show and farmor having largest load and best team and turnout. 10:50 a. m. Water Fight (three streams, 6 men) 11:00 n. in. Coupling Contest. 100 yd. Wet Hose Race. Hub and Hub Rnee. 11:30 a. m. Reading of tho Declaration of Indopendance. 12:00 M. Dinner (free lemonade at tho court house.) 1:00 p. m. Baloon Ascension (rear of school house.) 2:00 p. m. Grace Mclntyre, the lady who sings to beat the band. 2:30 p. m. Water Circus 3:00 p. m. Motorcycle raco at Motor dome. 3:30 p. m. Ray Young, clown unicyc list. 4:00 p. m. Base Ball Game, Athlotic Park. Bucking contest, Sutherland V3. North Platto, fastest teams in western Nebraska. 5:00 to 8:00 p. m. Good time at Car nival and Picture Shows, Pnt, Keith, Crystal and Ritncr, all have specials. See them. 8:30 p. m. Grand display of Fire Work. A Bnosters Advertising trip will be mado tomorrow evening to Brady and Maxwell by the Fourth of July com mittee, auto owners and other boosters. Managers Weingand, Porter, New ton, Forbes, Temple and Hupfer aie making arrangements to have fifty autos leave the city at 6:30 tomorrow ovening, taking with them a large quantity of Fourth of July buttons and other advertising matter. Banners will bo furnisned for each car. Friday evening Hershey and Sutherland will be visited. All auto owners and thoir friends aro requested to meet at the court yard at the appointed time and help to boost the celebration of the Fourth. A program of the entertain ment for this National Holiday will bo published in Friday's issue. Norman Loudon returned last even ing from Omaha where he spent several days with Mrs. Loudon who is visiting rolntives there. 1 W Ti .. m dH tf 1 Ann nan 8T Sir ion sa SUPPLIES Some Tire Prices' Standard Makes 30x3 .-..$11,03 3ox3 16.25 32x3 1-2 . ....(.. .0 17.33 34x3 1-2 r.V. 18.86 34x4 !... '. 26.82 Auto Lamps 8 Lamps per pair 7.50 Tail Lamps 2.50 Brass Polish Blue Ribbon pints 25 Blue Ribbon, quarts 40 Blue Ribbon, gallons 1.10 Spark Plugs Ford Special 65 Buick Special 65 $1.25 plugs, 90 Blow Out Patches 3 1-3 and 4 . 4 1-2 and 5. .60 .80 Reliners 30x3 1.80 30x3 1-2. ..-.. , .' 2.70 32x3 1-2 2.93 34x4 3.60 Sale ends June 28th, the day of the Big Automobile contest closes. All goods sold at these prices absolutely cash. J. S. DAVIS AUTO CO. "The Best Equipped Laundry in the West" Interior View of Our Ironing Room An JQ conomical Laundry why We have spent thousands of dollars in nuking our plant one" of the , most complete in the west, but because we have clone this we are not compelled to charge an exorbitant price for our work, as we have spent this money putting1 in the latest labor saving machines We do not use the hard city water, but have wells of our own from which we pump the Purest Soft Water for the entire plant. We are not on a meter system, s,o are not compelled to be careful of water, but on the contrary we change the rinse water several times, probably twice more than we would or could if we were paving for water by the METER SYSTEM. ' Local and Personal Miss Kate Spies has resigned her position in tho Newton Art Store. Miss Hazel Smith will leave Hiursday to visit the Broach fnmily lor a week. Thomas Doolittlo returned last even ing from u short business visit in Pax ton. Ray Murray of Lincoln spent the latter pait of latest week with his mother. Misses Esther and Then Schwaigeri will leave shortly for Chicago to spend several weeks. The Chiistian Aid Society will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. V. T. Banks. F. T. Redmond and son Leonard will lonvo July 4th for Rochester N. Y., to 4i-.l .1. . 1:111. ".... it. UblUUU U1U U1K3 tyUUVUIHlUM, Miss Mary Carroll, of Wlsner, form erly of this city is the jfuestof Mr. and Miss Hazel Broach, of Denver, ia ex pected the first of next month to visit tho .Misses Jiessiu und Hazel Smith. Mrs. E. V. Boutwell, of Topoka, Kans., came yesterday afternoon to visit her daughters, Mrs. Fletcher and Miss Ada Boutwell. The Womans Missionary Society will meet. at tho manso Friday afternoon nt 3 oclock Roll call will bo answered by quotations from the Bible. Do you know there is a don in town? Hershey again defeated North Platte in a, ball game Sunday by a score of seven to six. A big crowd witnessed tho gamo, which was played at Hor shey. Two trainloads of delegates to tho turafest to Denver passed through Sunday night. One special came from Chicago, the other from Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Broach former North Platte residents who have been visiting tht Redmond family and other frionds for ten days will roturn to Don ver Thursday. John C. Den, Henry Rebhauson and Keith Noville brought in forty-four bass yesterday which they had caught in a private lake in the south part of tho county. Thirteen of tho largest averaged four pounds each, and the largest weighed live pounds. It was cer tainly a fine catch. There are in Nubraska only one hundred and sixty sun vors of the .battle of Gettysburg who nre physically auie to uuenu tne approaching nttloth anniversary reunion. The sum of four thousand dollars appropriated by the legislature, divided among this numbor allows twenty-live dollars to ench vet eran, or barely half onough for uctual expenses. Govenor Morehead'a appeal to tho public to swell this fund brought in about six hundred dollars from var ious sources. $100,000.00 ,ttl To Loan on improved farms at low rate p of interest with privilege of partial payments, Buchanan & Patterson. Hail Insurance. Be sure (o insure that immense crop with Bratt & Goodman. "Lowest rates and prompt settlement of losses' is their motto. Get the Best and the Cheapest Fire, lightning, tornado, cyclone, windstorm and hail insurance. Bratt & Goodman write it. A nine pound baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs. R. D. Stick yesterday. Mi3s Anna Flynn will leave the first of next month for an extended visit in Denver. .loo Leven who was employed at tho Leader for sovofal weeks loft yesterday afternoon. Attornoy A. Muldoon loft tho first of this week for Omaha to spend several days on business. The Twentieth Century Club will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. Jesso Edwnrds. Chapter A. K. P. E. O. will entor tain fit a "Guest Day" next Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Field. Tho D. Ks of the Baptist Church will hold a bonefit at the North Platte Kandy Kitchon Friday afternoon nnd evening. Mrs. Judge Grimes and Mrs. E. A. Cary returned Saturday night from Hebron where they wero sent as dele gates from the local chaptor to the stato convention of P. E. O. They re port having a delightful trip and wero entertained royally, especial mention being mado of the largo recoptlon ten dered tho llSdelesratttfl by tho B. I. L.'a at tho Commercial club. Tho town was elaborately decorated in P. E. O. colors, and a large "Welcome" arch erected across the main strent and lighted with many colored lights. Thero are many beautiful homes and tho nconla arc de lightful. Fif.y two chapters ware re presented. Mrs. Grimes was on tho pro gram and was also honored in being elected delegate to the supreme conven tion at Hutchison"; Kansas, in" October. Mrs. Lue Spencer, of Lexington, who is well known in North Platto, was elected stuto treasurer. Auction Sale Horses, Harness, Wagons, Buggies Ranges, Mattressc3, Dressers; Com inoiles. The chnnco of a lifetime to furnish up cheaply. Both new nnd Second Hand Goods. Cash Sale. Saturday Afternoon at 2 O'clock, June 28th. ECHELBERY CORNER 6 AND LOCUST. Orchestra Music. If Your Idle Money Is not earning 7 and 8 per cent semi-annual interest in gilt edge, first mortgage loans, not taxable, based on conservative values and backed by good reliable parlies, sec Bratt and Goodman, LEGAL NOTICE. Theodore W. Dye, James Bolton, Sue II. Eaves, Franklin Pealo, Mary Ann Peale and Cary Ogden &Co., a corpora tion, will tuke notice that on tho 16th (iav. Lft.,av' 1913 Edwnrd Lindblod, plaintHT heroin, filed his potition In tho district court of Lincoln county, Ne braska, against said defendants im pleaded with othors, tho object and prayer of which is to cmiet the title to lots 3 and 4 of Peale's subdivision of lota a and 4, in block 81, in tho original town of North Platte, Lincoln countv, Nebrasku, lu the plalntiir Edward Lin'd blail. And to exclude each find nil of said dofundunts from nil right, title, lien, Interest, claim or demand, actual or contingent, in and to said premises. You aro required to answer said peti tion on or before tho 30th day of June, Eowahd Lindhlad, Plaintiff. By Wllco:; & Halllgnn, his attorneys.