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11U L. BARB, Editor nnd Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year bj Jlnll In Advance.... $1.25 One Uar by Carrier In Advance .$1.50 Entered nt North Platte, Nebraska, Postolllce aa Second Class Matter. I'll I DAY, APRIL 7, 1910. CITY AND COUjS'TY NEWS. Fred Duncan who visited In Coznd this week came home Wednesday. F W. Hansen spent the fore part of the week In Omaha on business. For Sale Now bungalow, C03 west Elglith street 22-2 Rev. Patrick McDald returned Tues day frdm Omaha whore ho spent sev eral days. John Bratt has returned from Gree ley, whore ho spent several days on business. Charles Pass Sr., left Tuesday af ternoon for Lexington where he trans acted business. , Miss Jessie Olson has returned to Grand Island after visiting with Miss Gladys Johnson. For Sale or Trade--Apperson live passenger car In good condition. Loren Root, Ilorshey, Neb. 21-1 Mrs. Russell Yyman will entertain the Entre-Nous club Wednesday after noon. April 1.2. Mrs. George Sehell has returned from Gothenburg where she visited relatives for a week. R. L. Douglas who was called to Gandy Inst week by tlio death of his brother has returned. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Welsh returned Tuesday evening from Omaha where they visited for a week. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Duldock and fain ily have returned from Sidney whore they visited relatives. Let Landgraf & Hoga do your paint ing, paper hanging and decorating. Phone Blnck G92 or Black 570. 23tf Mrs. S. II. Grace who was injured In a nautomoblle acident several weeks ago Is able to be up. L. L. Walker, Wiley Walker and wife left at noon Wednesday for Grand Island to spend a few days. Clarence Day returned the state uni versity Wednesday after spending a fortnight at the parental home. Mrs. N. McCabe left at noon Wed nesday for Omaha where she will visit relatives for a 'week or longer. Mrs. Charles Burroughs has return ed from a week's visit with relatives in Grand Junction and Chappell. Miss Margaret McCarty of Spauld ding who visited "her sister Miss Ellen McCarthy left a few days ago. Miss Ruby Manuell, teacher in the Jefferson school, went to Kearney Tueslay afternoon to visit her parents. Miss Harriett Dlxcn left for Orln nell College Tuesday evening after visiting the home folks for two weeks. Mrs. George Gibbs and dauglitT who have been 'visiting relatives in York for a week are expected heme tomorrow. Miss Agnes McIIugli, of Alliance, who visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry lloyle and Miss Ada Toole last week, has re turned home. Mrs. Wm Hemphill, of Cheyenne, vis ited her father-in-law J. B. Hemphill Tuesday, while enroute to Columbus to visit relatives. WHO'S WHO. John Grunt. John Grant former county Judgr, U a candidate for county nttorney on the democratic ticket. Prior to his elec tion ns Judge he practiced law for a number of years, nnd after rollnqulBh- Ing the Judgeship resumed his prnc-J l I . mi. 1 . f .... i ' wee. i lie uucKi'i ui uiu conns snow that his practice Is extensive nnd this can be takon as evidence of his nbll Ity nnd the confidence the people hnv. In hltn as an attorney. Judge Grant is lntfjely a selt-mnde man; when a young he hnd to "hoe his own row", and when ho mot with an accident that deprived him cf following cer tain othor vocations, ho took up law selecting North Platte as his field. Ho has been successful in his chosen pro fosslon, and has demonstrated that he has the ability to well fill the position of county attorney. Frank, honest and outspoken Judge Grant has n host ol friends who will be glad to give him their support. , .1. ('. Wilson. It Is generally conceded that If a man has the ability to make a success of his personal business, If elected to ofllcc ho will prove a valunble man for the people he represents. If this holds true, then J. C. Wilson, who seeks the democratic nomination for county cclinmissioner from the North Platte district, should prove an excep tionally efficient officer. Many can remember the time when Jim Wilson's land holding in Hlnmau precinct was small; today he d.vns about a thous and acres of among the best land In the valley. This ho acquired Through Industrlousness and the use of good business Judgment. As tie Is a heavy taxpayer, he naturally will do his part to have county affairs conducted In an economical manner, and In the trans action of county business ho will use the same caro and Judgment that ho does in his personal matters. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. Sam J. Filbert. One of the candidates for the re publican nomination for county com missioner from the Third district is Sam Filbert, of Medicine precinct. Mr. Filbert Is one of the old-timers of the Wellileet section, and Is well known throughout the south part of the coun ty. When you once meet Sam you gen erally remember him by the hearty manner in w'nicli he greets you. It has been many years since Medicine pre cinct has been recognized with a place on a county ticket, although it is one of the strong republican precincts of the county. They voto straight down that way, and as a little recognition of their faithfulness in the past, the republicans of this section insist that Mr. Flbert be nominated. The average man will admit that Medicine precinct is entitled to a county official, and on this score, and on their faith that Sam Is a good, level headed follow, they solicit the support of the voters of t'ie Third district for him. Tlios. .MrCoiuicll. Tlios. McConnell, of Hinnian pre cinct, who seeks Cue republican nom ination for sheriff, ha3 been a resident of the county for fifteen years. He Is a farmer by vocation, and was urged to become n candidate by his friends, because they believe that it is no more than fair that farmers be selected for county offices once in a while, at least, and not have practically all the candidates from the towns. Mr. Mc Connell has long been a hewer of wood and a drawer of nvater for the repub lican party and rig'ntly thinks that on this score he is entitled to considen- 1 tion from the voters of his pnrty (Ie ! belongs tc that race that knows no , fear, his friends have nothing but 6UUU 1 1JIU3 LWl 1I11IJ, (Will It 13 jUllUi ! ! 1 conceded that f elected lie could nccep tably fill the position he seeks. Gettoian's Hand-Made Cigar. Cc. 14-tf The ladies auxiliary of the B. of It T. are entertaining the ladles auxil iary of file Grand Island lodge today. A kensinglon and program will be given at the K. P. hall and a luncheon at the Gem. Mrs. Harry Gutherless is chairman of the entertainment com mittee. . ! o 1 eaves rooming to oe Desired Si u , ta' TV . . (.- T . t . . t 1 l icrc s n nomc to oe nroua ot ! iNotice now pleasing tnc exterior appearance is. It's simple, yet not'too plain. Now look at the first-floor plan. Doesn't it just about tell the whole story for a complete arrangement of rooms downstairs? The living room and dining room are fine large rooms o'pe'rf;fjg into each other. .The pantry and kitchen arc ar rangexhtn the housewife's convenience they save many a step in the daily work of preparing the meals. All the rooiil e'well lighted and well ventilated. ,"Cyn in and let us show you the second floor plan of tliis'h)me.VA'c can also show you designs of other modem hiicihaan be built at a very reasonable cost. "Jt'fe IfYfr'.'tofrligation on your part. Our complete plan f 'ilKitj-ationsrirc at your disposal. W. W. BIRGE CO Mrs. J. H. Slmms will entertain th. Banting" Sewing Circle ths afternoon. Jnck Gavers has been oil duty this week on account of a severe attack of tonsllltls. Dick Baker returned Tuesday from Excelsior Springs whero he spnt sev- oral weoks. A special meeting of ths Tllllkum girls will be held In the church base ment Monday evening. A enso of dlphthorln developed at the Hormsby home 521 oast Mnth street Wednesday morning. Mr .nnd Mrs. A. J. Hartinan loft for their homo In Knnsas City a few days ago after visiting the hitter's slater, Mrs. W. E. Monroe. Mrs. John Enrl of Gothenburg who was operated upon In the North Platte Gonoral hospital last week, returned homo Tuesday afternoon. Row Malone, of Ogalalla, will be hero Saturday to visit Rev. McDald and assist In services nt St. Patrick's church. Frank Franshaw, of St. Lculs, wno was the guost of Mr. and Mrs. Jam's Beeder for a week left at noon Wed nesday. Miss Catherine Feather Who had been visiting her sister Mrs. Edward Weston, left for Sutherland Tuesday evening. The Et-A-Vlrp club wll be enter tained Tuesday afternoon, April 11, at the home of Mrs. Wallace Qulnn west of town. Miss Stella VanBrocklln, of Grnnd Island, formerly of this city, spent a fow days this Iweek with her sister, Mrs. Mang. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vanscoy, who spent the winter with their son E. E. Vnnscoy nnd family, returned to their homo In Ord Wednosdny morning. Harry Hemphill and wife are ex pected here shortly to make their home. The former will assist In his father's printing office. Attorney J. S.Iloagland has return ed from Lincoln where he was calle'd last week by the Illness of his mother, who Is ninety-three years of age. Mrs. Charles Trovlllo and daughter Miss Sadie left Tuesday evening for Omaha where the latter will take a llnlshng course in vocal music. Specinl services for the Knlghls of Columbus will be held at St. Patrick's Church Sunday, April 9th, and the members will attend in a body. Mrs. Catherine Cundcrslgn and Mis3 Margaret Haley, of Kansas City, who were guests of their sister Mrs. Joseph Housherr, have gone home. Miss Ellen Anderson one of the local teachers went to Gothenburg Tuesday afternoon to visit the home folks while the schools are closed. Mrs. H. M. Grimes returned Tues day evening from Bedford, la., wiicrs she was called three weeks ago by the illness cf her aged mother. W. W. Blrgc will leave in the near future for Lcs Angeles to visit Mrs. Birge who has been there for some time and will return home with him. Ira Weldman who recently resigned as Union Pacific watchman will leave shortly for California wncro he and Mrs. Weidman will make their home. Mrs. Maurice Fowler and daughter, of Grand Island, who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Fletcher and other friends for two weeks left at no in Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Herrod liave re turned from Columbus where they vis ited the former's brother while en route from Omaha where Mrs. Herrod took medical treatment. Mrs. E. N. Johnston and Mrs. James Beeknuin entertained the Elite club nnd their husbands at an enjoyable party Tuesday evening. In the card games first prizes were won by Mr. nnd Mrs. Sinclair and second by Mca dames McMullen and J. Dorrnni. It being the nnnivorsnry of the wedding of the hostesses and they wore pre sented (with a half dozen "hand-painted cups and saucers. ::o:: Itcgiilutlnn Adopted by the Hoard of Health of (he City of North Pintle, j April :t, 1 !UC. All persons of the ago of sixteen years and under are hereby prohibited from attending school, picture s1iow3 nnd other public gatherings by reason of the epidemic of scarlet fovor now ex isting in the city until furthor order ot this board and it is hereby made un lawful for any such person to so at tend any of said gatherings or any in door meetings and It Is further made unlawful for any person In authority to permit with their knowledge, any person of the age of sixteen years or under to attend any such public gath erings and any person or persons so offending shall bo subject to a line not to exceed $00.00 and shall bo subject to imprisonment until such fine nnd costs of prosecution are paid. Board of Health of the City of North Platte, E. II. Evans, Mayor, J H. Stone, Pres. City Council, V. Lucus, City Physician. H, L, Baker, Chlof of Police, KEITH NEVILLE NORTH PLATTE Democracy's Favorite for Governor A sterling democrat, Nebraska born and bred, a brainy young man of courage, education and ability; a citizen of exemplary char acter, and a successful business man of proved experience. He is his own boss, running on his own platform, and a more clean-cut statement was never given to the public by a candidate Here are salient points: "I am for President Wilson without apology or explanation: my support of him is actual, not nominal." "I do not subscribe to the theory that every candidate must evolve some startling and unheard of issue." "I am opposed to the enactment of impractical, experimental and needless legislation." t "I have no hobbies, but I would have good roads; would aid ir rigation legislation, and would establish a publicity bureau to herald to the world Nebraska's wonderful resources." Every voter should read ,Mr. Neville's platform. Would Loan $10,000,008 c; Nebraska Farms I believe that the permanent school fund o.' $10,000,000,00 should be loaned on Nebraska farms c.i long term and low rate of Interest. If elected Commissioner of Public Lands and BuilJi.i I will work for a law that will make this po-.-U' If you favor keeping Nebraska money wor . . in Nebraska, vote for me for that office in the rep., lican primaries April 18, 1916. HL L. COOK, Linen. 30 Years a Nebraska Taxpayer. LP 3DC OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH The First National Bank -ol- lS OR Til PL A TTll, KlHiRA SIC A . Member Federal Reserve Bank System. CA PITA. AiD SURPLUS: One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars. D E STABILITY, EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE Ssi HAYE BEEN THE FACTOUS IN THE GJIOWTII OF THIS BANK, AND THE SAME CAREFUL ATTENTION IS GIYEN TO SMALL ACCOUNTS AS IS GIYEN TO LARGE BALANCES. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 11 3E 3IZZIC a IP O T ,Al T O 35 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, Spelts, Barley. Apples in large boxes at $1.50 to $1.75Jper box. We have Tankage, Cotton Seed Cake, and mill feeds. Feterita, Kaffir Corn, SeedgCorn, Cone Seed R. N. LAMB, PHONE 67. 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. Quality Not Quantity Wo niako cigars In tho small nnd In tho regular slzos proforring to use quality tobacco In proforonco to quan tity. W uso only tho best tobacco for filler nnd wrappor nnd our cus tomers nro always satisfied. Wo han dle n largo lino of smokors' articles, our display of pipes being especially large. J. F. SCHMALZRIED. NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital.. (Incorporated) Phone 58 723 Locust Street A modern institution for tho fdentific treatment of medical, surgical and confinement cases. Completely equipped X-Uay and diagnostic laboratories. Geo. B. Dent, M. D. Y. Lucas, M. D. J. B. Redficld, M. D. J. S. Simms, M.D. Miss Elise Sieman, Supt. Notice to Creditors. Estnto of Lois Hlghberger deceased, In tho county court of Lincoln county, Nebraska. Tho Stuto of Nebraska, sh: Creditors of said estate will take notico that the time limited for presentation and 111 JiU' of clnims again&t said csUto is October 27, 191G, and for settlement of snid estate Is March 23, 1917, and that ' will Hit at tho county court room In said county, on April 27, 19 '0 at 9 o'clock n. m., nnd on October 27, J91G, nt 9 o'clock a. m. to iccelve, examine, bear, allow, or adjust nil claims and objections duly Hied. GEO. E. FRENCH, County J'ldgo. Notico to raving Contractors. Notice Is horoby given that the mnyor and council of tho city of North Platte, Nobrasku, will recolvo bids for paving, nnd curbing whore nccessnry, Paving District No. 1, in snid city nccording to plnns and specifications adopted and now on fllo In tho olflco of tho city clerk of said city. Said bids to cover paving of tho following described mnterlals, to-wlt; Vitrified brick block, vortlca' fibre brick, sheet asphalt and concrete. Tho city cngnoor's estimate on the cost of paving said district, contain ing 45,000 square yards, is as follows: Vitrified brick block $2.45 per square yard. Vortical fibre brick $2.25 per square yard. Sheot asphalt $2,15 per squaro yard. Concrete $2.00 por squaro yard. Bids must bo on lllo with" tho city clork on or before two o'clock p. ni. of Friday, April 11th, 191C, at which tlmo tho bids will bo oponed. They must bo on tho proposals In tho spec ifications furnished by tno city clerk and accompanied by a certified check for nn amount equal to threo pur cent of tho bid mndo. Said specifications furnished upon application to tho city clerk. Tho mayor nnd council resurve thr right to roject any and all bids. Dated March 14. 1910. O. E. ELDER, City Clerk. Notico of Final Proof. Estate of William Hlghborgor , de ceased, In county court of Lincoln County, Nebraska, The State of Nebraska to all porsons interested In said esthto tako notico that tho administrator hns filed a final account and roport ot his administra tion and u petition for final settle ment und discharge as such, wlihh havo been set for hearing before said court on April 21st, 191G, at 9 o'clock, a. m iwhon you may appear and con test tho same. Dated March 25, 191C. GEO. E. FRENCH, County Judge.