Newspaper Page Text
. . LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Hay Langford spent a day in Suther land on business this week, Bruce Drown roturned Wednesday eve"hTng from n business visit in Ogfi lalia. A 'number of line rjsgistorcd Here ford bulls for sale. E." B. McConnell, Sutherland. 23-4x A baby girl was -bom Wednesday morning to Mr and Mrs. Martin Wy man. All concorncd arc doing nicely. .J. S. Koch, of Hersliey, republican candidate for county commissioner from the third district, was in town yesterday. Mrs Georgo B. Dent will entertain tho domestic scienco department of tho Twentieth Century club Monday afternoon, April 10. Tho Infant daughter of Mr. and Mra. J. E. Nisley of tho fourth ward, died from tho after effects of a severe case of measlps Tuesday evening. Tho regular mectng of the Twenti eth Century club will be held Tuesday evening, April 11 at tlio chamber of commerce roohis. An election of of ficers will bo held You can save twenty per cent on the dollar by purchasing your tinstcrj suit or coat at Mock's Annhersnry sale which starts Saturday. Hogs sold in tho local market yes terday for $8.50, but earlier in tlio week wero fifteen cents higher. C. H. Walter says tho hogs aro being pretty well cleaned up in the country tribu tary to this city. Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stone Drug Store. Henry Fogel, a former North Platte blacksmith was In toKvn yesterday on route to Scotts Bluff where ho will open a shop. Since leaving this city in 1895 he has been located at Hast ings. We have the exclusive agency for Hikell's Violet Articles. Every article guaranteed. NYAL DRUG STORE. The funeral of little Catherine Irene Nisley was held frorii tho residence yesterday afternoon and interment made in the North Platte cemetery. Harry G., Ivnowles was in charge of the services.-' A petition was filed yesterday morn ing in tho county 4 court for. tho ap-. pointmcnt of Rush Dean as' "admin istrator of the estate of tho late Mm. Nancy Donaldson, which consists of 1,160 acres of land. The hearing has been set for May 5. For Farm Loans see or, write Geno Crook, room 3, Waltemath building. North Platte. 41tf W. A. George, former state treas urer, now a candidate for the republi can nomination for governor, spent yesterday in town meeting old time friends and taaklng now acquaint ances. For many years Mr. Georgo was a rosident of Broken Bow, having located there in 1879. For Salte Good second hand five passenger Ford car. Inquire at Wilcox Department store. A baby boy was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Drew, of Omaha, making the fourtli consecutive boy born to them. Mrs. Drew, who was formerly Miss Fanny VonGoetz of this city, writes her father that she has not fully decided whether she will organize a ball team or form a regi ment of volunteers. Ask Harry for a "Nyal Special" at our soda department. Some delicious dish. NYAL DRUG STORE. Col. Maurice Fowler, of Grand Island, has been in this section this week buying horses. He secured a carload at Keystone, which he shipped out yesterday. The French and Italian Governments had temporarily stopped tho inspection and purchase of horse3, but resumed yesterday. As a result of this suspension there iwas a decline In prices. ::o::- For Your Next Order of Feed. Hour, cabbage, potatoes, ap ples, sand hill seed potatoes of all kinds see J. Mogcnsen at tho North Side barn or phone 29. 22-tf f gSUBBE.R Will Commence Saturday a. m., April 8th, and End Saturday, April the 22nd. Fr csh Rubber Goods Direct From Factory. STONE'S DRUG STORE AGENTS Come, North Platte! Join in the Celebrulion of our Fourth Anniversary. A Great Birthday Sale, in which Block's start their Fourth year's business with extra values that will crowd our store with enthusiastic buyers- Three years ago when our doom first opened we hod nothing but confidence and hope. In a minule we had customers. Right from tho start we had business. In a month we had manj' friends. In a year we had a splendid following of regular customers, and now after three years we are established as one of North Platte's permanent and leading business enterprises. Through our legitimate methods of merchandising we have gained your confi dence. "We Have Won." To show our appreciation of your generous patronage which is responsible for our grand success, we will cel ebrate the event by offering you any Neyj Spring Suit, Coat, Dress, Skirt or Silk Waist at a Discount of Twenty Per Cent Off the Regular Price Your Golden Opportunity to Buy your Easter Suit, Coat, Dress, Skirt or Blouse at a Saving of 20 Per Cent on the Dollar Just think Ladies! What this means to you Right Now, at the start of the sea son, when every woman needs new additions to her wardrobe; you save One Fifth off on any garment you may purchase. The stock is Brand New, Clean and right up to the minute in Style. The prices are marked in plain figures; just deduct the Discount you are entitled to during this sale and see the great saving for yourself. Value giving and the Right Merchandise have been, and are, the cardinal principles of this store. No one can come to BLOCK'S and make a mistake. We allow no one to be disappointed. We are not satisfied until you are. We start on our fourth business year with a determination to please, to keep our store new and attractive, to satisfy you always with merchandise, value and fair dealing. This .Sale Foi4 Cash Only Alterations Free of - Charge - p9 IKt maqMBaaaraganifcwajinniiuM'im.iniin iiiuhwiiiiu iniiiii I eaiiiiiniini i iicmmm wa 1 LADIES' OUTFITTING STORE. NORTH PLATTE'S ONLY MODERN EXCLUSIVE LADIES' SHOP. Remember, we are here to stay, there fore we will satis fy you or refund your money. Attorney J. G. Beeler has gone to Lincoln to spend several days on busi ness. All boosters smoke Town Boost, tf Miss' . Comfort Conway expects to leave soon for California to spend a month. Luclen Stebbins loft at noon Wednes day for Chicago to visit for two or three weeks. J. II. Ilegarty has returned from Denver where he spent a week on business. Mrs. Sam Richards, of Omaha, who has been visiting here for several days will leavo tomorrow. Tho ladies biblo class of the Pres byterian church will meet this after noon with Mrs. Fred Perritt. Don't fail to attend Dlock's Annl- vcrsnry sale which opens tomorrow. Miss Margaret McGlnley returned Wednesday from Keystone where sho visited hor brother, George McGinley, for a few days. Wanted A Housekeeper. Address Thos. McConnell, box 31, Route 1, North Platte. 23-4 Mr. and. Mrs. Prank T. Redmond re turned yestorday afternoon from Los Angeles whero tho former had gono for tho benefit of his health. Ho re turns very much improved. Dr. Morrill, Dentist, McDonald Bank Building. For Sale 2 acres, 7 room house, good out buildings, situated on Lin coln highway within city limits. This is a bargain. Inquire of I L. Mllton- berger. Mrs. Loulso Peters expects to go to Atchison, Kansas, in a few days to isit her son, Claude, who is attend ing Midland College and has been ill with carbuncles for somo time. For Sale Seed oats, seed corn and spring wheat seed. Coates Lumber & Coal Co. Dr. N. McCabo is making arrange ments to movo his office into rooms ovor tho Hcndy & Ogier garago. Miss Mayrao PIzer expects to go to Grand Island next week to visit her cousin Miss Mildred Pizer who has been seriously ill wth quinsy. City Proporty to Trade for Farm Land. Address postoffico box C17. tf Miss Florenco Stamp will return shortly from Kansas City where she hna hncn vlaltlnK her sister for sev eral weeks. Upon her return sho will accept a position as assistant to Miss Irene O'Donnoll in tho Western Union office. former north i'j.atti: girl is married 'A' Kansas-City paper gives this ac count of tho mnrrlago of Miss Ilelon Hersliey, a former resident of North Platte, which occurred last week: "Tho marriage of Miss Helen Her sliey and Mr. Leonard Jullen of Okla homa City was solemnized last eve ning at the home of tho brides' par ents, Mir. and Mrs. John Harry Her sliey, 3401 Benton boulevard. Tho marriage ceremony was performed by tho Rev Harry C. Rogers in tho" liv ing room before tho mantel, which was banked with foliage and baskets of dainty spring flowers in .pink and (white. Tho samo color scheme was used in the dining room, whoro tho wedding cake occupied the center 5f tho tablo surrounded by jink and white flowors, and lighted candles. Be fore tho ceremony Mrs. James Harold Hersliey of Olatho sang "Because" and "Tho Perfect Flowers" by Guy d'- Hardelot, accompanied by Mrs. Nell Campbell Gatcholl, who played tho wedding music. Tho brldo woro a beautiful gown of whlto satin and chantilly lace, round length, with a short Eglnish veil caught to tho hair with orango blossoms. Sho carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lllles-of-the-valley. Tho brldo's niece, Betty Hersliey, attended as ilolwor girl. Sho woro a frock of whlto not with pink ribbons and carried tho ring in a basket of roso petals. Mr and Mrs. Jullen loft for a wedding Journey and after May 1 will bo at homo, 129 East Sldo boulevard, Muskogee, Oklahoma". CONTRACT JS A WADDED FOH I'AHOCIIIAL SCHOOL The contract for the construction of tho new Catholic scliool on east Fourtli strct was awarded tho first of this fweok. The general contract for $25000 was given to A. C. Ludwig, of Arlington, Neb., and work will be gin next week. Tho wiring contract was given to W. J. Holdorness of this city for a flguro close to $000. F. W. Hansen received tho plumbing work which is estimated at about $5,000. Tho building when completed will cost in tho ncghborhod of $31,000. It will bo of red pressed brick with stone trimming with two stories and a base ment. It will bed ivided Into cla3S rooms, dormatorles, chapel, gym nasium and study rooms. Tho Doml can sisters of Wisconsin will bo In charge and school will begin early in September. : :o: :- JEW PHYSICIAN LOCATES. Dr. Will Ivorn Shaffer, an osteo pathic physician late of Los Angeles, arrived In North Platto Wednesday nnd will locato lioro. Ho has secured an offico in tho Reynolds', building, which ho has furnished nnd is ready to receive patients or calls for his servlcos. Miss Colesta Knton, of Alliancj, who has boon visiting her sister, Mrs. Glen Miller for sevornl weeks, will return homo in a few days. In tho county court the first of tho week Louis Smith filed a petition to becomo tho administrator of tho es tate of tho lato Elizabeth Smith. Companions aro Cow Drain Hour ami good bread. If yon employ the first you nro always sure of tlio sec- . ,)nd. Tlioy go together oven when (accompanied by only moderate ,j baking skill. Order n sack of 'J Cow Drand flour from your grocer. Don't mix It with other I flours. Gho the Cow Drand n j chance to show what It can do 1 by Itself. Lierk-Sandall Co. Special Price si Live Hens this Week, We ofler you for your live poultry (Good Slock, Empty Craws.) The following prices per pound. Chickens thaUare full ol iectl will he docked from 3 to 5 pounds to the, 100. We are not buying fcccNiUhis; price. sllens , .-j. .LSc. Old 'Roosters 5c. Ducks JOc. Stags 8c. Geese 8c. Turkeys . . 13c to 14c. If you bringjm over 100 liens at one time (not full of feed) we will payjfyou lc a pound premium on Hens. , This price is good until Saturday Night, April 8th, unless cancled in Friday's Issue. North Platte Produce Co. EARLY SEED OATS We will have a car of choice Early Seed Oats on track Wednesday, Also Seed Corn, Siberian, andHog Millet, Alfalfa and Sweet CloveriSeed, and the price will suit you. w H. L PENNINGTON, Phone 99 and Black 383. 500 East Front. Have Your Piano Tuned WYL1E WALKER 014 West 4th St. North Platto, Neb Write or Call Phono Red 344 Pianos Tuned and Repaired Anywhere. Ofilco phone 241. Res. phono 217 L. C . DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - - Nebraska. McDonald Dank Building. Notice of Petition. Eatnto No. 1404 of Waltor Stewart, deceased, In tho county court of Lin coln county, Nebraska. Tho State of Nebraska, To all per sons interested In said Estato tako notlco that n potltlon has boon tiled for tho probato of tho last will and tcstiunont of Waltor Stowart, de ceased, and for tho appointment of MInta 13. Stowart as Exocutor of said will, (which has been set for hearing heroin on April 28, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. in. Dated April 3, 1910. GEO. E. FRENCH, 23-3w County Judgo.