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We have a limited supply of home grown Early Ohio Potatoes. Suitable for seed at 90 Cents per Bushel. Chick Food, Poultry Shell, Onion Sets, Millet Seed, Seed Oats, Speltz, Barley. Apples in large boxes at $1.50 to $1.75 per box. We have Tankage, Cotton Seed Cake, and mill feeds. R. N. LAMB, PHONE 67. Semi-Weekly Tribune IKA L. HAM, Editor nnd Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: One Year by Mull In Advance. . . .$1.25 One Year by Carrier In Advance. .$1.50 Entered at North Platte, Nebraska, Postollleo as Second Clans Matter. FRIDAY, .MARCH 17th, 11)10. Local aad Personal Mrs. James Hart spent a few days In Kearney this week. T. 13. Heskett, of Sutherland, is spending a few days here with friends. Mrs. W. V. HoaRlund left Tuesday for Overton to organize a Hobekah lodge. J. II. Peck loft a few days ago for Omaha to transact business for a few days. A baby boy was born the fore part of the week to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Uusli Fowles loft Wed nesday for California to spend several mouths. John Mylanijor of Denver, who came here rocontly to attend the funeral of his aunt has returned home. P. L. VanCloave was called to Ex celsior Springs Wednesday by the ser ious (lines of his mother. Mrs. Fred Elliott and Mrs. Clara VanlJornn will leave siiortly for Kear ney to visit for a few days. Prof. Edward Elliott of Helena, Mont., came a few days ago to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Elliot. l P Officer E. It. Wolfe and wife loft Tuesday evening for Kansas City to make their home In the future. Miss Thclmn Frntor left Tuesday for Keystone t& take charge of the Rlnoker Drug More there for several weeks. Miss Emma Andersen, of the local teaching staff spout the fore part of this week with the home folks in Gothenburg. Mesdamofi Ed Hebliausen, George Tokulve and John States wont to Kearney today to visit Mrs. Lawrence Wernott. C 0. Troy who has been In chargo of the Methodist congregation at Litchfield for several months Is spend ing i few days here. Jack Ilond and Win. Keegan wero ordered out of the city Tuesday by the local officers to whom they have causud considerable annoyance. A number of friends tendered a surprise party to Ernest Miles Tues day and spent several hours In play ing games, (SruIMliu space around the rug with ('hliiiinicl; Any child can do it. .Makes niirrdvv boards out of wide one 17-tf STONH'S DRC(! stori:. Joseph Wnyniau was appointed U. P. watchman 'Tuesday succeeding E. R. Wolf who was transferred to Sa ltan, Kansas. Meidames Millard Hosier and ('has. Hur, entertained, H'c ladles' auxiliary of the ll. of .. l- E. at a luncheon ut the (Join Tuesday afternoon. J." OlConiior left Tuesday for Kearnmy to' b '.present' at the spring opening wlitch is being held at the Kauffmau and Woructt store there this week. For Farm Loans boo or write Gono Crook, room3,-WaUoiuath building, North Platte. , . 41tf i : Mesdaines F J,. Hospnburg, and 11. W. llesonburg of Ltpclngloiy qamo tho llrnt, o'f tills ' feilf jti JnWnd?'Robln Hood' anil visit wmi Miss "Grace Moonoy. . , . I't .' t, " M-.i1 ' l1 1 I 1 Urnlds and transforiuiUlonH made from combings, alr, rooted and oieaneu, ijoo my line (oj (brums, uuiy conibings or cut hair handled. Mrs, Urt2lOMor"MilU'rAneaiCn. J 183. A girl baby was bcrn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Miller Tuesday. Mrs. Heath arrived hero a few days ago to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ech I cherry. Earl Souser has returned to Grand Island after visiting his pa routs for several days. Mrs. Charles Edwards left Wednes day mornng for Grand Island to spend several days. Mrs. Albert Stolnlmuson, wlio had been taking treatment at a local hos pital, has returned homo. Frank Wyiiinn, who has been vory 111 wltli pneumonia for some time, Is much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doran have gone to Omaha wliore the lnttcr will consult a physician. Mrs. Harry Murrln loft Wednesday morning for Cheyenne to visit her sis ter for a week or longer. Mrs. Hugo Eyman, of Hershey, who visited tills week with Or. Marie Ames, loft Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Den and W. C. Cole, who wore viBiting relatives In Arapahoe, have returned home. FrniiB G. Franson and "Miss Gladys Nelson, of Hershey, were married by Judge French Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Win. Goller ami son of St. Joe, who spent, several weeks with her brother Harry Hlock left Tuesday ev ening. Fred Fredrlckson returned Tuesday ovenng from Omaha where lie attend ed tho funeral of the late Andrew Llddell. Mrs. Arrowsmith of Ogalalla, who visited her parents Mr .and Mrs. N F. Clough for several days left Tuesday evening. Mrs. Frank Wlnkleman, of Fremont, canio Tuesday evening to visit her daughtor Mrs. Jack Carroll for a week or more. North Platte ('eiiernl Hospital. Miss Margaret Stilts has Mulshed nor course in training. Dewoy Lundy, of Wolllleet, who had an operation performed on his neck recently has left the hospital. Emma Johnson, of Maxwell submit ted to an operation Tuesday and Is do lug nicely. Mrs. C. Cash of Tryou, entered the hospital a low days ago for treat moats. Harold Steinhausen, tho young son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stolnhuuson, cf Sutherland, who has boon taking treatments for a fractured arm is greatly Improved. Mrs. Dorr Tarklngton, who was op erated upon last week Is progressing satisfactorily. Mrs. L. W. Mathewson was fleontly recovered the Mrst of suf thls week to leave tho hospital. ::o:: P. J. diknei: & CO. Ileal Estate and Insurance Come and see us for town lots In different parts of tho city. Good In vestments on easy terms. Houses for sale and rent. Wo have also good bar gains In farms and ranches. Cor. Front and Dowov Sts.. upstairs. HAVE OPENED Tailor Shop IN NORTH PLATTE. Located In the Reynolds building nboc lllucker's drug store. Come In and let us show you the now Hue of spring samples. They lire of the tluest duality and latest design. The Hnnlo stripe N all Hie rage for spring wear. Now Is the time to order that spring suit. Our clothes villi be made In tone. Cleaning, Pressing, Itepalrtng. AN (orations of all kinds.. Ladles' as well as .Men's. Vour patronage solicited. Geo. A. Amen, Tailor, North Platte, Neb. (0MMIHSI0KIS, CHOCK KD1N0S. March G, 191G. Hoard met pursuant to adjournment Present Hermlnghnusen, Springer, White and county clerk. rue resignation or i. u. itoss as overseer for district 31 Is hereby ac cepted and Louis Maccy appointed to Mil vacancy. (Malms allowed as follows: W. M. Dymond, bridge work, $75.25 Sundry persons, bridge work Suth erland bridge, $141.00. E C. Hostetter, bridge work, $7.'!.I0. On conimsslonor district funds: W. X. Hose, road work on district !!, .$17.00, J. R. White, 24 loads of hay on district .'I, $48.00, sundry persons, ruid district on district 1, $1157.05, sun dry persons, road work on district 2, $150.00; Frank Prachjl, road work road district 1, $10.50. The following resolution Is this day adopted, to-wlt:- Whereas In a trial of the case of John A. Xattlnger et nl vs. tho board of county commissioners of Lincoln county, Nebraska, the district Judge has derided said case In favor of the plaintiffs and have enjoined the coun ty commissioners from establishing road number 20 where this board be lieves it is to be to the best Interests of the public In Lincoln county, Ne braska, and whereas, the Court has held that the county board did not have any power to establish said road; Therefore, be it resolved by the coun ty board that the county attorney is hereby directed to at once appeal said case to the supreme court of Nebraska In order that this board may have de termined by tho supreme court Its powers with reference to the county roads In this county. F. W. Herminghauseii, D. I!. White, E. II. Springer, , County Commissioners. The board designates the following papers tho official papers for the year 1910: North Platte Telegraph, all legal notices (except road notices) and commissioners' proceedings at Vfcrate; Hershey Times, all of legal notices at rate; Maxwell Telepost, all legal notices at 4 rate Urady Vindicator, all road notices at Ms rate; North Platte Trillium all commissioner's pro ceedings ut rate. Whereupon the board adjourns until tomorrow. C. W. YOST, County Clerk. March 7, 1910. Hoard met same as yesterday. Present Hermlnghnusen, Springer, White and county clerk. Claims allowed as follows: Harry Madison, rond work district 27, $7.00; Dr. Saddler, medical services county ponr, $:!.50; J. C. Askwlg, services State vs Townscnd, $10.50; J. II. Hemphill, printing, $12.75; D. E. Morrill, refund of poll tax, North Platte, $11.00. Hoard adjourned until March 11!, 1910. C. W. YOST, County Clerk. ::o:: Itniton's Driimn Sermon Last Sunday. A strong appeal to the unsaved was given Sunday evening at the Haptlst church when Mr. Harton preached an other one of his evangelistic "drama sermons." The gospel truths are strongly em phasized and made especially clear In tills type of sermon. The one a week ago last Sunday night on church his tory proved to be beneficial as It re vealed facts which were merely his tory before, whllo last Sunday evening the one on "Victim of Circumstances" was purely evangelistic. Mr. Harton announced that he was preparing a "hum dinger" of a booze sernicn to preach either the Inst Sun day in March or the first Sunday in April. As ho has never "bragged" on his sermons before we feel we have a treat In store, and vour time will hp well spent if you hear it. XX 11 DC NOTICE Storage Month Night Day, over 1 hour Cars in for Repairs no These Rates Take J. S. Davis Buick, Mitchell and 11 1Z 1L THE NURSE BROWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IO08 Wait Fourth Str..t. Phon. 110 Ethical, Moral, Efficient. Au Institution for tho treatment of Medical, Surgical nnd ConMnemont Cases. MRS. MAHGAHKT HALL, Snpt. Hit. J. S. TWLVE.M, Physician and Surgeon. Intend Thanks. We the undersigned, trustees of the Christian church In North Platte wish to take this method of expressing our sincere appreciation to the North Platte Fire Department for the splendid work rendered by them In their effective Mghtlng of tho church fire. Wo realize the difficulties In the road that night, nnd feel that only the most efficient work could hnvo stop ped the progress of the flames In the building. We wish to express our appreciation to the Fire Insurance Companies and their local agents here for the splen did and prompt muniier tn which they made their adjustments with us. We feel that as fair a settlement as could be ninde was made by them. We wish furthermore to express our thanks to Mr. Clyde McMlchnol for tho fair and prompt manner In which he has completed his contract with us. His work has been satisfactory and he has not only done as he Mrst agreed to do, but has done more. We voluntarily offer this expression of our gratitude to these parties, and sincerely feel that they are deserving of them and more. Signed: J. C. WILSON, Chairman S. HALDWIN, Treasurer. F. H. ELLIOTT. Secretary. ::o:: Mr. and Mrs. Sharpley Thompson, of Hershey, wero In town the early part of this week 'While enroute to Philadelphia to visit, tho former's fath er who lias made that city his lionu for many years. : :o: : . RRISQN G. PALHEG CLAY CENTER Supremo Judge PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Admitted to practice 1895. Member of American Bar Association. Probate Judge of Clay County for twelve years. No case appealed from his court ham ever been reveroed In Supreme Court of Nebraska. LEGISLATIVE RECORD: Active In securing the passage of the Insurance Code Bill, Workmen's Compensation Act, County Tel ephone Bill and other reform meas ures. "THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE" A lifelong experience as a farmer, teacher, lawyer, legislator and Judge make3 him truly "The People's Can didate." Office phone 241. Res. phone 217 L. C . D R O S T, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - - Nebraska. McDonald Bank Building. J. B. UEDFIEU). PHYSICIAN & SUJtGEON Successor to IIYSICIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL Drs. Itedfield & RedMeld Office Phone G42 Res. Phone G76 JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D., Physician nnd Surgeon Olllce U. & L. Building, Second Floor Phono, Office, 83; Residence 38. DERRYUEIUIY & FOItBES, Licensed Enibalmers Undertakers and Funeral Directors Day Phone 234. Night Phone Black 588. It Rates. $7.50 SO 25 storage until done. Effect Apl. 1st. Auto Co. Hudson Agencies. ZZHZZ 11 i: POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Commissioner I respectfully nnnounco myself as a candidate for tho republican nomi naton for county commissioner from the Third District, subject to the ac tion of the voters at the primary elec tion. D. E. MARTIN, (Six miles Northwest of Hershey.) For County Commissioner. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for Hie democratic nomination for county commissioner for the First District, subject to the decision of the voters at the prlmnry election April 18th. F. W. HERMINGIIAUSEN. For County Commissioner. I herby announce myself as a can didate for the lemocratic nomination for county commissioner for the First Commissioner District subject to the will of tho voters at the primary election April 18th. I have been a resident of the district over forty-four years. First time la politics, need the office nnd respectfully nsk your sup port. Residence In Ilinman precinct. J. W. (Buck) ROWLAND. KEITH NEVILLE Democratic Candidate for Governor Born and reared in Nebraska. Stands for a constructive rather than an experimental program. His election will mean a con tinuance of clean, business-like nnd efficient executive administra tion. For Sheriff. I respectfully announce myself as a candidate for the republican nomina tion for sheriff, subject to the will of the voters at the primary election April 18th. A. J. SALISBURY. For Sheriff. I respectfully announce that I am candidate for the republican nomina tion for sheriff and solicit the support of the voters at the primary election to bo held Anril 18th. I have been a resident of the county for fifteen years, am a farmer and live in Ilinman precinct. TIIOS. McCONNELL. For Hcproseiitalhc. I hereby announce myself as a can dldate for tho republican nomination for state representative from the Six ty-eighth district (Lincoln county) at the primary election April lSth. SCOTT REYNOLDS. For Commissioner. I respectfully announce myself as a candidate for the republican nomina tion for coutny commissioner for the Third District at tho April primary and support given me will be appre ciated. I have been a resident of tho county for twenty-nine years and my home is southwest of Hershey. S. J. KOCH. For County Commissioner. I respectfully announce myself as a candidate for the republican aomina tion for county commissioner for the Third Commissioner District, subject to the decision of tho voters at the primary election April lSth. My homo is in Sellers precinct. JOHN W. FOWLER. Clerk of District Court I hereby nnounco myself as a can didate for the republican nomination for clerk of the district court, sub ject to the will of tho voters at the primary election. Your support will bo appreciated. GEO. E. PROSSER. County Attorney. I respectfully announce myself us a candidate for the republican nomina tion for County Attorney subject to tho approval of the voters at the pri mary election April lSth. 1. R. Il.Ll.IGAX. For Sheriff. I horollV Illlllmmri' lnvsolf nsi n nmt. dldate for the nomination for sheriff of Lincoln county, suhect to the will of uio repuDiician vo'ers at tho primary election, April is. .My homo is Maxwoll precinct. HEN E. LAYTON For County Attorney. in To the voters of Lmcoln county. N o- braska. I, John Grant hereby announco myself a candidate for the democratic nomination for county attorney sub ject tx the decision of tho voters at tho primary election, April istii, and most respectfully solicit your support. JOHN GRANT. For Commissioner I respectfully nnnounco myself as a candidate- for the ropubllcnn nomina tion for county commlssonor from tho Third Commissioner District, subject to tho action of tho voters at tho April prlmnry. s. J. FILBERT, Wolllleet, Nob. For County Clerk I hereby announco myself a candi date for the republican nomination for County Clerk subject to the action of tho voters of that pnrty at the April primary. Your support will bo appre ciated. A. B. HOAGLANI). For Commissioner. I respectfully announce myself as a candidate for county commissioner from the first district subject, to the action of tho democratic voters at the primary election. J. C. WILSON. For County Clerk. I hereby nnnounce myself a candi date for County Clerk of Llneoli County , subject to the wishes of th? Democratic electors, primaries April 18. Was horn In this county thirty eight years ago, taught school threo years, later, homesteadlng In Cotton wood Precinct where I now reside. ROYAL S. ERICSSON. For Commissioner. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the republican nomination for County Commissoner from the First District at the April primary election and solicit the support of the voters. I have been a resident of Lin coln county for thirty years. I. L. MILTONBERGER. County Treasurer. I hereby announco myself as a can didate for the republican nomination for county treasurer, In tho primary election April 18th. Mako inquiry about mo and If you think I am qualified and otherwlso all right your support will bo appreciated. S. M. SOUDER, Asst. Co. Treas. Former residence Deer CreelcPrecinct. County Clerk. I respectfully announce that I nui a candidate for the republican nomina tion for county clerk at primary elec tion in April, and will appreciate the support of the members of that party. C. II. WALTERS, North Platte. For Sheriff I respectfully present my name as a candidate for the republican nom ination for sheriff at the primary elec tion. My home Is in Sutherland pre cinct, and I have been a res'dent of the county since 1SS5. Support given me will he appreciated. FRANK COKI3R. For County Clerk I herby announce myself as candi date for the republican nomination a3 County Clerk of Lincoln County, sub ject to the decision of the voters at primary election April 18. Your sup port will bo appreciated. A. S. ALLEN. (Formerly of Walker PrecInct.I For Sheriff. I respectfully announce myself as a candidate for the republican nomina tion for sheriff of Lincoln county, sub ject, however, to the decision of the voters at the primary election April 18th. Your support will be highly appreciated. G T STEGEMA.NN. North Platte, Neb. 3ii'm:sota mutual live ixsukaxce co. Founded 18S0. It's tho household word in Western Nebraska. It's Old Line, the best mon ey can buy. It's what you need, for a savings bank and Insurance that In sures. They all buy it. "There is a Iteason" For further information Phone, call or address J. A. SEKASTIAX, Gen'I Atyent. The Old Line Man NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA. NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital.. (Incorporated) Phone 58 723 Locust Street A modern institution for the cientific treatment of medical, surgical and confinement cases. Completely equipped X-Hny and diagnostic laboratories. Geo. B.Dent, M. D. V.' Lucas, M. D. J.B. Redfield, M. D. J. S. Simms, M.D. Miss Elise Sieman, Supt. 13c Per Pound For Hides IF NOT FROZEN. $10 Per Ton for Bones if delivered at once. North Platte Junk House Lock's Old Barn.