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lA L. PAKE, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ycur by Mall lu AdTnnco....1.2o One Ycnr by Carrier In AdTnnco. .$U0 Entered at North Platte, Nebraska. ..Postofflco as Secona Class Matter. Tl'KSDAV, APJtllll, 1Hi. JIKKLKJt AND RAMUS XAMK1I BY I'BESIBEXT A. F. Heeler and E. J. Eames were appointed receiver and register re spectively of the North Platte land office last Friday. They will assume the positions as soon as their bonds are approved and commissions arrive. Those appointments were decided upon months ago, but had been held up because Bryan and Hltchhock could not agree on one of the appointees of the Broken Bow office. Thei commissions of Register Evans and Receiver Bare expired a year ago, and'slnco that time had dally expected their successors to bo named. Messrs. Beeler and Eames are well konwn In the county. The former has been engaged In the mercantile busi ness at Hershey for many years; while the latter is editor of the Maxwell Telepost, whlc'h he established sev eral years ago. DISCUSSING THE BE3I A XI). Some trainmacn complain that- one feature of tho concerted demand of train and cngincmen for higher wages is working to their disadvantage, In that iwngo comparisons are mostly made on what enginemen get, while onglnoincn get imorc money than train men. This, they say. gives the public the impreslon that all the men who are asking for an eight-hour day are as well paid for what they da as the enginemen. Enginemen complain that the roads have picked out the best runs for showing what enginemen get, ignoring many cases where enginemen work for a very little money. Any way, they say, they are not asking for more pay, but for shorter working hours. Railroads have countered on this by saying they will ho glad to give an eight-hour day if that is made to mean that every man will work eight hours. : :o: : AX OUTSIDE VIEW ' Tho handiwork of the railroad com pany can be seen at the recent munici pal elections along the line of the Un ion Pacific. The company Is opposed to saloons, for the reason that they tend to Impair the efficiency of em ployes, ad as a result the influence of the company was used last Tuesday as ome may reasonably presume to put the saloons out of business. At Sidney and North Platte, both divi sion towns, the dry people were vic torious, and the two towns for tho first time in tholr history of half a century, are no'w on the water wagon Lexing ton Pioneer. : :o: : Mrs. F. C. Hoxie left Sunday morn ing for Paxton to spend a few days. Miss Vaunita Hayes went to Ogalalla yesterday mclrning to spend a few days. William Comically, of Omaha, form erly of this city, spent tho week end here. Mrs. Joseph Jessup left Sunday morning for Cincinnati. Ohio, to visit relatives. 0 E. Graham returned Saturday ev ening from Omaha, where he spent last week. (1ENERAI, MANAGER WARE OF l V. IS FAVORITE WITH "BOYS." Charley Lane, gonernl freight agent of the Union Pacific, tells this one on General Manngor Ware. Two Irish section hands were visit ing at the end of the day's work. Both were loud In their praise of General Manngcr Ware "He's some mnnnger, that lnd," ex claimed Pnt. "He went ever my sec Hon In his private car the other day, and when he went by he waved at me and yelled 'Hello, Pnt!' That's some kind of a mnnnger, believe me. Knows all tho boys and spenks to 'cm I "Huh!" snorted Mike. " I s'posc you know Mlsther Ware mighty well, don't you! Well, he pnssed over my section yesterday on his observation cnr. and when he sailed by he yelled 'Hello, Mike,' ad throw me a good cigar and it was lighted, too!" World-Hor aid. Apropos to the above, one of the Un Ion Pacific locomotive engineers re marked In a serious mood: "Hnvlng served under Mr. Ware from Train Dispatcher to General Manager, cov erlng more than twenty-five years, I can truthfully assert without any equivocation thnt It Is not to be won dered at that a person with Charles Ware's disposition and common sense should be tho most beloved general manager the Union Pacific has yet had, such a man could not help from being a success from the start as he has un doubtedly shown a genius for manage ment While a lover of peace, he Is tho greatest fighter the road has produced, as brave as a Hon, ho Is always kind and considerate to those who serve un der him. He counts his men ns his partners and friends, weighs their in terests with his own, anticipates tholr rights and guards them, besides culti vating their good will and their loyal ty by his loyalty to them, which coos to prove that a man can be eminently successful in every sense of the word, and still be absolutely free from per sonal arrogance or a tendency to thrust his authority In the face of oven his humblest employe, but to hold it in reserve to be used when a crisis approaches. This is the one nnd only way td maintain order In any organi zation. It would be utterly impossible for such an Individual to be uncivil to any person and especially to one he knciw had grown gray in the ser vice. Not only has he the Instincts of a true gentleman, but the courace of a hern leader, and God knows It will bo a sorry day for the owners as well as the employes of the Union Pacific when he steps down from the exalted position he has filled so honorably and creditably to himself as well ns all concerned. ::o:: i Miss Ada Arnell, of Omnha. former ly a nurse at the North Platte Hospital was called here last week to take charge of some of the dlphtherin cases In this city. Mrs. Luke Conneally. of Wallace, is spending a few days in town with her daughter, Mrs. Sam Davis, who is tak ing treatment at the North Platte Gen oral hospital. Mr. and Mm Roland Wilcox, of St. Louis, Mo., arrived here last week to visit the former's uncles Messrs. Charles and Jess Edwards. Mr. Wilcox is an engineer on the Missouri Pacific. ::o:: FOR SALE. The Tony Pushman property on east 5th street, four blocks from Main street, modern except lieat. Cheap if taken at once. Call at G04 east Sixth street or phono Black 441. 25-4 rmrn Si! irifini ii iiirr T" '"I SHE mica fills the pores and irreg- ularities on the spindle, nnd com bined with the highest grade grease stock makes a smooth slippery surface. Prevents friction and makes easy pulling. The Mica Makes It Better Look for the blue can with the 'Wheel" on the cover. Sold in 1 and 3 lb. tins, 10, 15, 25 lb. galvanized iron pails. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (NEBRASKA) OMAHA Keeps the Spindle and the Hub apart CITY AND COUSTY NEWS. Will Bridges left Friday evening for Clveyciinc. For Snle New house apply at 1212 West Third street. 25-1 ' Charles Pass, Sr., has returned from a business visit In Lexington Cecil Cool Is assisting In tho car de partment of the Union Pacific. Mrs. E. N. MoNamarn, of Paxton, spent the week end with friends In tdwn. Rev. Malone, of Ogalalla, spent the latter part of last week with Rev. Pat rick McDnld. Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stone Drug Store. Mrs. Walter Ivocken has returned from Kearney where she visited the Cole family. Dave Day has returned from Lincoln and Omaha where he spent several days last week. For Sale New bungalow, C03 west Eighth street 22-2 Miss Elizabeth Weir has returned from Hnlg where she spent the latter part of last week. Miss Knthcrlhc Seyferth, of Omaha, who visited her mother last iwcek, left a few days ago. Miss Hess Rourke, of Onmha, Is spending this week as the guest of Miss Wlnnlo Bridges. Wanted Girl for general house work. Mrs. E. N. Ogler. nhone 224. F. W. Hansen, who spent tho greater part of last week In Omaha on busi ness, hns returned. Misses Tesse and Hazel Jones, of Brady, came Saturday morning to visit Mrs. R. E. Anderson. Miss Ellen Anderson has returned from Gothenburg where she visited the home folks lust iwcek. Let Landgraf & Hoga do your paint ing, paper hanging and decorating. Phone Black G92 or Black 570. ?M Mrs. Herman LeDoyt and daughters went to Grand Island Saturday morn ing to spend a few days. Mrs. W. J. Dean, of Onmha. who visited Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Cox last week, has returned 'home. Mrs. Roy Wilson left Saturday morning for Sutherland to spend a week or longer with relatives. Mrs. Frank Doran who has been 111 at St Catherine's hospitnl In Omnha for several weeks Is Improving. Mrs. Frank Flint and children re-! turned Saturday morning from a' short visit in Omaha with friends. Wanted A Housekeeper. Address Thos. McConnell, box 31. Route 1. North Platte. n.4! Miss Hazel Minshall, of the Llncbln schools, left Saturday morning after spending a week with her parents. Mrs. Charles Trovillo returned tho latter part of last week from Omaha where she accompanied her daughter. The North Platte band will hold a banquet at the Union Cafe tomorrow evening after1 the regular band practice. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Keith are en lov ing a visit from the former's mother who arrived here from Hnstings a few days ago. On account of the epidemic of con tagious diseases in this city several cf the local churches abandoned ser vices Sunday. Mrs. Sam Davis, of Wallace, sub- mited to an operation at the North Platte general hospital -last week and Is doing nicely. Jack Stuck has gone to Omahn. where he will probably accept a posi tion as traveling salesman for tho Standard Oil Co. Mrs. Anton Pushman and daughter. of Melrose, who were visiting Mr. and Mrs. HI Smith for two weeks, left Sat urday morning. F C Simmons, state deputy for the A. O l. W., spent the latter part of lust week in town on business con nected with the order. Mrs, A. W. Shilling entertained the' JMite club at cards Wednesday aftor noon. The meeting was one of the most pleasant of tho season. Mrs. Gus Anderson, who had been taking treatment at tho North Platte General hospital for erysipelas, re turned to her homo Saturduy. Mr .and Mrs. George Adams, of i heyenno. arrived hero last week to visit the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. .1. Walter Adams for a week or longer. Ira Weldmnn submitted to an oper ation Saturday during which a growth was removed from his forehead which had effected his oyslght for Homo time, time Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Hik-ww.v nt Omahn, will arrive In North Platte May 1st. Mr. Buckley will becomo as sociated with tho firm of liratt & Goodman at thnt date. Tho frlonds of Mr. and Mrs. Buckley will bo glad to have them return to North Platte. Miss Isabello Stafford, of tho local teaching staff left Saturday for Pax t n to remnln with the home folks un til tho reopening of the schools. Ask Harry for a "Nyal Special" at our soda department. Some delicious dish. NYAL DRUG STORE For Sale- Seed onts. som! corn nrwl spring wheat seed. Cottes Lumber & Coal Co. J. B. Hnyes, who has been employed as traveling salesman for tho Stnndard Oil Company Tor a number of years, received a promotion Inst week nml lu the future will bo gcnernl salesmnn with headquarters at Omnha. 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 KEITH NEVILLE NORTH PLATTE Democracy's Favorite for Governor A sterling democrat, Nebraska born and bred, a brainv vounc 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: J nuiuaw.. "I am for President Wilson without apology or explanation; my support of him is actual, not nominal." 1 y evolve! t and GnaCtment f impractica1' Omental . .V1 h.ave. 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 $10,000,000 on Nebraska Farms I believe that the permanent school fund of $10,000,000,00 should be loaned on Nebraska farms on long term and low rate of Interest. If elected Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings I will work for a law that will make this possible. If you favor keeping Nebraska money working In Nebraska, vote for me for that office in the repub lican primaries April 18, 1916. H. L. COOK, , 30 Years a Nebraska Taxpayer. Lincoln. Wo makn olirnrn In ttm omnli nn.i i tllO rCEUlnr nlnu nrnfnnln. .. quality tobacco In preference to quan- tit IIP i . . ... "i. uau oiuy uio nest tobacco for flllnr mill wrnnnnv nn.l ... . ...... . . . . utiu uui uuaa tomers aro nlways satisfied. Wo han dle O. larirn tlnn nf emnrnva n.ll.l.. our display of pipes being especially lnrgo. J. F. SCHMALZRIED. NORTH PLATTE .General Hospital.. (Incorporated) Phone 58 723 Locust Street A modern institution for th cientitk treatment of medical, surgical and confinement cases. Completely equipped X-Roy and diagnostic laboratories. Geo. B. Dent, M. D. V. Lucas, M. D. J.B.Redfie!d,M.D. J. S. Simms, H.D. Miss Elise Sieman, Supt. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Lois Hlghborgor deceased, III tllO COUnty COUrt of Lincoln rmmfv ' Nebraska. I The State of Nebraska, ss: Creditors Of said CStato Will tlllfn imMnn tl.nf M, time limited for presentation nnd fit hir pf clnlms ngalnbt said esUtu Is October 27, 191C, and for settlement of said estate Is March 23, 1917, and that will sit at tho county court room In said county, bn April 27, 10 '1 at 0 o'clock n. in., and on October 27, J91G, nt 9 o'clock a. m. to lecelvo, exumine. hear, allow, or adjust nil clahi,3 and objections duly filed. CEO. B. FRENCH, County Judge. Notice to i'uylng Contractors. Mogul 8-16 Price Announcement The Real Kerosene Tractor (")N and after April 1st the price of the Mogul 8-16 W will be $725 cash f. o. b. Chicago. All sales made and bona fide orders taken up to April ist will be filled at the present price of $(,75 cash f. o. b. Chicago. ifiUanitii,)0St you allead of time on the coming change. Mogul 8-16, as you know, is the famous tractor that has cut fuel costs squarely in half operates on cheap, common kerosene or coal oil doesn't have to be the highest grade cither. It pays for itself in the saving over gasoline. That is why the rise in price necessary because cost of raw materials has risen so high is of minor importance. Mogul 8-16 is saving and making profit on thousands of lanns of all sizes. It will do much more for you than your horses can. Get in your order now be ready for spring work. See the dealer who sells the Mogul 8-16. International Harvester Company of America (Incorporated) Tho Mogul 8-16 kerosene tractor Is aold by DERRYBERRY & FORBES, NORTH PLATTE, NEB. Notico is hereby given that tho mayor and council of tho city of North Platte, Nebraska, will receive bids for I Paving, nnd curbing whoro necessary,' 1 mviiik LMHinci ip. 1, in said elty according to plans and specifications adopted and now on file In tho otflco of tho city clork of said city. Said bids to covor paving of tho following described matorlals, to-wlt: Vitrified brick block, vortlca' fibre brick, sheet asphalt and concrete. Tho city engncor's estimato on the cost of paving said district, contain ing 45,000 squaro yards, Is as follows: Vitrified brick block $2.-15 por sauuro yard. Vertical fibre brick $2.25 per j.niare yard, Sheet asphalt $2.15 per squaro yard. Concroto $2.00 por square yard. Bids must bo on file with Ihn cltv clork on or before two o'clock p. m. of Friday, April 14th, 1910, at which tinio tho bids will bo oponod. They must bo on tho proposals In tho spec ifications furnished by tno city clerk and accompanied by a certified chock for nn amount equal to throo por rent of tho bid made. Said specifications furnished upon application to tho city clork. Tho mayor and council reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Dated March 14. 1910. O. E. ELDliR, Cltv Clerk. Xollco of Final I'roof. Estato of William Hlghborgor , de ceased, In county court of Lincoln County, Nobraskn. TllO Statu Of NnhrnsUn tn nil nnrmni Interested In said ostntn tnUn n that the administrator has filed a final account and ronnrt of his mhnlnitrn. tlon and n potltlon for final settle ment nnd dischnrgo ns such, whl th have been sot for heuring before said court on Anrll 21st. 191C. at 9 nV.inoU. a. 111., iwhon you may appear and con- iuho uio snmo. Dated March 25, 1910. GEO. E. FRENCH, County Judge.