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i SPECIAL WHO'S WHO. FOR Thursday, Friday and Saturday 72x90 Bleached Sheets 3 42x6 Bleached Pillow Cases Q 72x90 Bleached Sheete JjJ 42x36 BleachedJPillow Cases 72x90 Bleached Sheets, 42x36 Bleached Pillow Cases 81x90 Bleached Sheets, 7Q 45x36 Bleached Pillow Cases 9 seamless x v aOC 81x90 Hemstitched Sheets, 89c. A substantial saving on Sheets and Pillow Cases bought before the market ad vanced. Come early as the quanti ty is limited to what we have on hand S. M. Squdcr. Sam M. Soudor, who seoks the ro publican nomination tor county trens urer. has spent practically nil his life in Lincoln county, his father having lo cated In Deer Creek precinct In an early day. Whon reaching young man hood he attended tho Hustings col lege. Ho Inter returned to Deer Creek ! precinct and engaged in farming nnd school teaching. When Albert Durbln was elected county treasurer ho se lected Mr. Soudor as assistant trens urer, n position which he has held for over four years. After these four years of association In tho duties: of the office, Mr. Durbln says: "1 give mj unqualified endorsement of Mr. Sottli v, He Is very efficient, careful, and In every way capable of performing the duties of county trensuror. Ho thor oughly understands the work In cvry detail, and I have always found him a most trustworthy and reliable man. I cheerfully commend him to the fav orable consideration of the voters of Lincoln county and assure them that if they elect him county treasurer they will mnko no mistake." Coming from his employer, this Is certainly a strong endorsement, and all will admit that Mr. Souder Is an efficient man. The fact Is that every one who Is acquainted with Sam Soudor knows' that he Is a mighty capable, industrious man, and has a record for Intregrity and courteousness of which he may well feel proud. Semi-Weekly Tribune IRA L. PAKE, Editor nnd l'ublislicr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ono Year by Mall In Advnnco... .$1.2.' One Year by Carrier In AiWiuico. .$U0 Entorcd at North I'latto, Nebraska, PostofTlco as Second Cluss Matter. I'llfUAY, JfARCJI 171li, 1010. CITY AM) COUNTY NEWS. IJrnce Ilrown spout Wednesday in Ogalalla oil business. Mrs. Pcto Ileekcr, of Gundy, visited with local friends this week. Miss Ella Stegmanu hug returned from an oxtended visit with relatives In Missouri. v Mrs. P. S. Evans has returned front an extended vlst with relatives In Sprlngllold, III. ' Mrs. Jeff Thoriipiou, of Candy, spent tho greater part of this weok with friends In (own. Uuorge llrowqr, who lmd boon em ployed on tho Kearnoy Hub for sovorul month, returned horu tho 11 Nt of thin week. French Gingham at 10 and 1C cunts per yard. Tho bout quality mndo. Guaranteed to stand tho tub. THE LEADER. The 1h1Io auxiliary of the D. or R. T have coinplotod arrangements for Hu-ir box nodal at tho K. P. hall to morrow evening. Mrs. Teel, of Farnnm, is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eckelberry. A very largo line of Silk Dresses from ?5.00 up to $25.00 at WILCOX ', DEPARTMENT STORE. Mrs. Cole, of Kearney, formerly Miss Illnncho Mylander of this city, came recently to take treatments nt a local hospital. , i Mr. and Mrs Arthur Yates, of Suth erland, camo Tuesday in their car to vlst fiionds and atttend tho Yeomen anniversary celebration. Wo sell tho "Key Lock" frame tho rimless glasses without screws. HAR RY DIXON, Jowolor amroptometrlst.' west side of Dewey street. North Platte, Neb. Sovonty-llvo per cent nf tho people In North I'lntto are In need of proporly lltted glasses. AVIthout them they are running fho risk of permanent oyo in Jury. HARRY DIXON. Jowolor and Op tometrist, wost sldo of Dewey street, North Platte, Nob. Kryptok louses are the couple vis Ion glasses that do not liavo the un sightly cement segments. Wo recom mend them ns being highly satisfac tory. HARRY DIXON, Jowolor and Optcmotrlst, west side of Deweystreet, North Platte, Neb. Tho twenty-ninth annual bull of the North Platte Volunteer lMro Depart ment will bo held at tlie Lloyd opera house. Monday evening, April 24th. The committee In churgo Is mooting with good miccobs In the salo of dunce tickets. When Women Point to tho COW UK AM) FLOl'lt ns Hie best of nil, (hey know viluit (hey nrc about. If (hero Is one thing a muium can Judge vtell l( Is Hour. Let us send you a Midi of (he COW RltAM) Hour next (line, if you do not do- Hare it Cio best you over used you uill ha (ho llrst to whom (he COW RRAM) Hour lias not successfully! appealed. Kwry sack guaranteed. Lierk-Sandall Co. Kearney Reinulus Dry. The snloon question was settled at Kearney Tuesday when a sneeini na tion iwns hold to voto on tho wot nn,i j dry propositions. The total voto cast i was l.IlSO, of which 532 were for sa loons and 8C4 against, a majority .s-r ngainst. Last year tho majority against was 171. Mils foiPa, ing. Elsewhero City ClorK Elder. Uv In structtons from tho council, usks for bids for street imvlnir n 1(1 l O I be (lied on or before two o'clock Anrli Mtii. There will bo approximately nt.uuu squnro yards In District No ,1 and the city onglnoer's ostl'mate for vitrttled brick is $2.4f nor aounr.. vnni ?2.3G for tlbro brick, ?2.2r, for sliCQt aspnalt and $2.00 for concrete. Rush Hii-ihiiiIII.. .. If .... win I, , Wo are tho exclusive acent for the Luther Hurbauk Seeds. You know o"f Luther Hurbauk--you know of the Im mense benefit he has been to mankiinl. ever since ho perfected tile Hurbauk potato forty years ago. in his work of improving and eroutinir now nmi able forms of fruit, flowers, berries and vegetables, Hurbauk makes timm yield better products in greater qunn- uty than ever known before. Any ono who has a garden or evon a back yard should have some of these new and Im proved fruits, (lowers, vegetables and berries. : :o: : Hunt .Man In 0mimi KlnKuhl. A luooting of tho domooratic com mltteomon of tho Sixth district was held at Graiyl Island Tuesday tor tho purpose of selecting a man to opposo Congressman Klnkald, but tho meet ing adjourned without taking definite action. Tho two men who wore rmmiii. ered as candidates wero Grimes, coun ty superintendent of Custer emmtv and Attorney Frank Taylor, of St, t ant, but no decision was made in the case of either of tho two. It was the opinion of those attend ing tho mooting that Congressman Klnkald Is too strong to bo defeated, nnd that tho uoniocrjit.who makes tho race Is simply throwing away his timo and monoy, ::o:: , Auto caps, ladles and children's. (.0 styles to pick from. Prlcos from 25 cents up at Tho Lendor. Mrs. Earl Crandall and. daughter, of Lodgepolo. formerly of thfsr city, are visiting hor aunt Mrs. A. P. Kelly. John Stenclll, of Denver, camo ves. terday morning to visit his daughter Mrs. Edward Stensvnd for some fine A. S. Coates. The latest candidate to announce himself through the columns of The Tribune Is A. S. Coates, of Sutherland, who Is a candidate for tho republican nomination for county commissioner from the Third district. Mr. Coates came to western isournsKa in iaao, locating with his parents on a home stead south of Paxton. In 189G he camo to North Platto and entorod the ser vice of tho Union Pacific as fireman, was later promoted to engineer, and was with the company for thirteen years. For two or three years he was associated with mercantile houses In North Platte, and for four years past ho has been In tho employ of a lum ber firm at Sutherland. It will thus be seen that Mr. Coates' experience in business has been varied and this nnturally has given him a wide Insight Into general conditions of the county. During his long residence in North Platte he was well liked and always bore i good name. Ho Is a man who would give tho office of county com missioner his best efforts and there is no doubt that his offcial actions would always be on the square. ::o:: Lutheran Announcements. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11 o'colck' morning worship, sermon subject: "Seeking healing lor fie Sin sick. '('f 4 p. in. Young People' Missionary. G:45 Luther league, topic "Tho Last Lonely Vigil." 7:30 Evening worship, sermon sub Ject: "One Lord." This evening at 8 o'clock, men's meeting at the parish house. Subject: "Joseph's Great Temptation.", lendor. A. W. Shilling, speakers Messrs J. E. Sebastian and Harry York. A good at tendance and, a good service last Fri day evening. : :o: : Dr. J. A. Amos, formerly of this city, returned to Pottor Wednesday evening after spending sovoral days here. The most beautiful line of-silks now shown at THE LEADER. Messrs. Raldwin, Tracy, DuWori. Honnor, Hunnoll, Lawhosul and House have returned from Omaha whore tiny attended tho funeral of the late Engi neer Andrew Liddell. Police (o Pat lug Co nt motor-.. Notice is hereby given tlmt tho mayor and council of the city of North Platte, Nebraska, will recolvo bids for paving, and curbing whore noeossttia-, Paving District No. 1, in said Hty according to plans nnd specifications adopted and now on file In the otflrv of tho city clerk of said my. Said bids to cover giving of the following described materials, to-wit. Vltritied brick block, verticil1 libre brick, shoot asphalt and concrf-t. Tho city engnoor's osUme.to on the cost of paving said district, contain ing 45,000 square yards, Is us follows: Vltritied brick block ?2.45 per squnro yard. Vertical fibre brick $2.25 per .-juure yard. Sheet asphalt $2.15 per square yard. Concreto $2.00. por squnn? yard. HIds must bo on fllo with the city clork on or before two o'clock p. m. of Friday, April 14th, 1910, at which time the bids will be opened. Thoy must bo on tho proposals In the spec- ltlcutlonsifurnlshed by mo oily clerk and accompanied by a ronllled check for an amount equal to thrfee pur cent of tho bid made. Said specifications furnlfehcd upon application to tho city clork. Tho mayor nnd council reserve tho right to rejoct any and nil bids Dated Mnrch 14. 191C. O. E. ELDER, City Clerk To Our Patrons and (lie Public. Wo aro now located In our new store In the Hotel McCabo building, having moved from our old stand north of the First National Bank. Wo have added largely to our stock, In stalled a beautiful sanitary onyx soda fountain nnd are well equipped to take care of all your wants In tho drug line. Hcing always willing and anxious to give the best and most pollto service we have cngnge'd the services of an expert to serve soda and lunches nt our fonntnln and one trinl wll convince you that we lead In this line. Yours for perfect drug store service. THE NYAL DRUG STORE. ::o:: For Commissioner. I respectfully announce nmolf ns a candidate for County Commissioner from tho Third district subject to th decision of the voters nt tho primary election. I have lived n Lincoln coun ty for 20 years and my homo is Suther land. A. S. COATES, ::o:: ORIHNATVCi: 0. 71. An ordinance to amend paragraph AMi ..ol section one (1) of un ordinance passed and npprnwd (he 21st day of June, lllllli, entitled "An ordinance providing for nnd regulating the con- strucfion. widening, repairing, iiiiiintniii'ng. use and abuse of side walks in the city of Xortli Platte, Xelirnvkii, mid providing mid dcslg anting .sidewalk distances, (he the width nnd kind of material for sldeualks and the manner of col lectlng flic expenses for constrnc ting and widening, repairing .and iiialiKalnlng. of the same, providing penalties for the IolatIon of the provisions thereof and repealing an ordinance entitled the same as aboie se( forlh. Passed and approved October 20, 1!)0I, and repealing all former ordinances or parts of or-' dlnniiccs in conflict herewith," nnd! being a portion of section 2IS of or. dlnancc IVumber 1 of the city of Xnrth Pintle, and to repeal para graph "A" of section one of said or dlnniice and said section 21S of snld ordinance No. 1. He it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of the City of North Platte, Nebraska. Secton 1. That paragraph "A" of Section Ono of nnordlnance passed nnd approved tho 2lBt day of June, 1906, entitled: "An ordinance providing for and regulating the construction, wid ening, ropntrlng, maintaining use and nbuse of sidewalks In the city of North Platto Nebraska, and providing and designating sidewalk distances, the width and kind of mnterlal for sldo walks and tho manner of collecting the expenses for constructing and wid ening, repairing and maintaining of tho same, providing penalties for tho violation of the provisions thereof nnd repealing an ordinance entitled the same as above sot forth, being a portion of Section 218 Ordinance Num ber 1 of tho City of Nortn Platte, be amended to read as follows: A. Locust street from the center line of Fourth street to tlie center line of Eighth street, nnd on Dowey street from tho center lino of Front street and on Front street from tho west side of Chestnut street to the east side of Vino street, and on Sixth street from tho cast sido of Pine streot to the Side of Vino street, and on Fifth street from the west side of Pine street to tho east side of Vino street, nnd on tho north sido of Fourth street from the west side of Pine street to tho wost side of Locust street, and on Pino street from Sixth street to Front street, shall consist of nnd bo known as THE FIRST SIDE WALK DISTRICT. Section 2. That Section 1, paragraph A, of said ordinance passed and ap proved the 21st day of June, 190G, as Aforesaid, and being a portion of Sec tion 21S of Ordinance No. 1 of the city of North Platto is hereby re pealed. Section 3. That this ordinance shall go into effect and be in force from and after Its passage, approval and pub lication according to lam. Passed and approved this 14th day March, 190G. E. H. EVANS, Attest: Mayor. O. E. ELDER, (Seal) city Clerk. FftmapygssT i tmm i n Choose Your Woodwork Carefully WHETHER you plan a new house or changes in the old, give thought to'your woodwork. We are glad to have you consult us, not only about your plans but for practical suggestions in the way of built-in furniture, doors, windows and so on through your list. We can show you illustrations of CI 8 6 S rffc WOOD WO RK "The Permanent Furniture for Your Home" Curtis Woodwork has gone into good homes for 50 years. Every piece that passes inspection is stamped "Curtis." II you expect to build, a "Home-Book" will be a mine of help and suggestion for you. We have three. Any one free. " Better Built Homes," $800 to $3,000; "Homelike Homes, ' $300 up; "Attractive Bungalows," best types. They show exteriors, floor plana and rooms finished with Curtis Wood work Call for one today. W. W. 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