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I'NIOX PACIFIC INVESTIGATES -WHITE HOUSE CHEEK.! For Rent Clenn furnished rooms, 11.50 up. 723 Locust St, 67-9 Mrs. G. II. Edgdrton loft Friday for Prootor to epend u week,or longor with friends. Itnlolgh Cockle loft Friday evening for Sutherland to visit relatives for Bomo tlmo. Miss Grace' "Winslow bus accepted a position In tli Green plumbing shop M office girl. This town fs dry but you can got an oyo opener at the Iloxall store Au gust lGtli and 17th. Misses Mary- and Lola Walters hnvo returned from a visit with friends iu Sutherland. Mrs. J. A. Anderson loft last week for Cosad and Gothenburg to vlRlt for ten days with friends, For Rent 2 nicely furnished rooms , for light housokeoplng. 403 east 3d. tf Miss Gertrude Makor has returned from a visit of ton days with Mrs. K. A. Calling in Gothenburg. Wo don't want you to feel disap pointed. This is a warning. Rexall tore August lGth and 17th. Mlsa Fern Llpplncott roturned a fow days ago from Gothenburg where she visited irwnus for a weeK Mr. and Mrs. Bon Ilhjgins who went to Cheyenno two weeks ago by auto returned tho lattor part of last week. Wanted Accommodations for teach ers during institute week, August 14 to 18. Phone County Superintendent Miss Anna Pollat, of Gothenburg, eanio the lator part of last week to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robort And erson. Francis Norris and John Baker, Jr., have gone to Denver to spend ten The Union Pacific is again investi gating tho possibility of gottlng its wntor supply from White Horso crook. Lost Saturday engineer C. P. Ross, of the Omaluv office was hero, and spent the forenoon taking measurements of tho flow of the creek ntLamplugh's lake and at different points botwoon the lake and Gannett siding. The fact that the water of Whito Horse creok contains hut ten grains of solids to tho gallon, while oir cuy water con tains thirty-five grains, is tho reason why the company is anxious to got its supply from the creek. Its purity means longer life for the onglnc lluofl, less fuol in tho croatlon of steam, and better water for employes and the passenger service. Such investigation as Mr. Ross made Saturday has beon mado before in fact an estimato of the cost was made psvernl yoars ago. Tho cost of n pipe fine from Lamplughs's lako, tho orec tfon of a dam and othor adjuncts Is placed at $100,000, this not including the purchase of wator rights hold by Lamplugh, Bratt and others. Tho fall of the country Is slufflclont to give the necosnry gravity pressure and a pumping plant would not bo neces sary. Another plan considorod Is to place a pumping plant on tho creek at a point directly north of tho town and pump the water. Tho gravity system, however, is cOnsidored preforable. Tho prosont How of tho creok Is jut about sufficent to meet tho needs of tho company, but this How can bo In creased by oponing up tho springs which feed tho creek. ::o:: CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stono Drug Store. Lost Package contalnlnc auto suit .lav., i w nitv nnii snrroundinc and 2 ahlrts. leave at thlsTifflce. tf towns. Evangelist Wood will go to Ogalolla Got the standard time, correct to to assist Rev. Linlngor in conducting thesecond with Washington, at our meeting. store, uixon, juwuiei, iiu.tu rresn butttormiik uniiy from ex- Platte. perlmental station at the Stone Drug Wanted Roomers and boarders at tho Woodbine rooming house, 309 east Sixth street. Good meals and modern rooms. bill, Remember your friends will bo thero." Where? At tho Rexall Store Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. lOtli and 17th. MrsTCora Jaycox who submitted to an operation for - appendicitis at a local hospital last week is getting along nicely. Misses Helen Scharman and Alma Tollllon of Hershey, spent last weok here visiting menus anu anemiing Chautauqua. Mrs. John Vernon and baby, who visitPii nt Hip Fowler familv in Grand Island for a week returned homo Sat urday .evening. The Rowena Circle will meet this nftornnnn .with Mrs. OttO WobOr. 314 West Front street. Let every Yeoman lady be there. Mrs. J. W. Shep'hard and children, of Omaha, formerly of this city, who visited local menus last ween xuiu Friday. -evening... Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dixon,, of Panama, who wore visiting at tho Air-Mifiliael home, left for eastern points Saturday. James R. Mitchell,- formerly of this city, camb down from Broadwater me latter part of last week to visit the Hubbard ramny, "KVir RniP PomnlGte set of household furniture including piano. "Will sell cheap for cash. O. J. Kceley. 711 So. Chestnut street. oa- - W. M. Bailey who resides south of town left the latter part of last week for ILexlngton to visit menus mm transact, business. Pasto tho date up where you won't m.riinV u Tt mnnns money to you. At the Rexall store Wednesday and Thursday, August llitn anu xaa Mlsa Florence Ryan who has been towns. visiting ;her sister Mrs. L. L. Berthe for two weens win icave una u Laramie to attend tlio university. store. 52-tf For Sale Iron fp.nen snltnhlo fori cemetery fence. Inquire of John Burke, azu mast mini. ba-a Miss Vera Warrincton left Saturday afternoon for Cozad to visit her mother for several days. An nntlrnlv now vprslnn nf whnt n. nonny will buy at the Rexall store August lGth and 17th. ATra TH7.iIiith t.nnintnn hna trlvpn up her classes in music for a month and will visit in Lincoln. For Farm Loans see or write Gene Crook, room 3, Waltemath building, North Platte. 41tl 'Din Pinlomlnnl ctii tl ,1 will linlil n social meeting in the basement of the church Thursday attornoon. Te iriH orwl ffaa T.UHotl jliDi u, uu mil. i'liuu ...... Eaton are visiting In Denver, having leit ror tnat X3ity sunuay morning. Joe Plelstlcker, of the State Bank of Dickens, spent Sunday in town as the guest of his brother Frank Plelstlcker. HlpViPKt. markpt nrlp.n nalil Cor hides. Wo" biiv drv bofaea. Iron and' othor Junk. North Platte Junk House. 27tf TVTra WIIHnm T-Tnhhnrt mill nhllilrnn. who visited friends in California for several weeks, returned homo Satur- iday. AUsh Pntherlne McCnaknr. of Ocal nlln iwlin wna thn pimst nf ATlsfl Mar garet McGlnley, returned homo Sun day. Mr nnil Mrs. Clan. A. Saint, and chil ilron tirn quests at tho Oilman home. Having arriveu, rrom Miiwauscee sun- uay Miso iiubv McMIchaol went to Lex- incton Sunday, accompanying homo Miss Meta L,arson, wno nau ucon ner guest. Mrs Prank Flint and children loft Sunday for a visit with friends in Grand Island and other Nebraska ml 16 ai Remember the sale last year? People said it was the only Real Sale they ever attended. At this sale we will feature A Pleasing Blond of Delicious Breakfast Cof fee, Regular Price 35c a pound, sale price of fee 2 Pounds for 36c We will have about 500 items on sale, including Drugs, Patent Medicines, Stationery, School Sup plies, Toilet Articles, Cold Creams, Face Powders, Talcums, Candy, Rubber Goods, Brushes, etc. Watch Friday's issue of The Tribune for bill of bargains. Write your order on blank space. START SAVING- YOUR PENNIES NOW Dru tore OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF I THE CUUJNX1 UUAKD. CHAUTAUQUA ilAS CLOSED; i EVERYBODY SATISFIED, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Keeley, and fam- ily will leave In a short time for Craig, thev will make their home In future on their homestead. Fnrin mid Ranch loans at lowest rates nnd best terms. Money on hand to close loans promptly. 43tf BUCHANAN & PATTERSON. A. Harlow, who hod beon in charge of the section men between hero anu Sidney was transferred to Hershey as section foreman last ween, ins uimuy aro expected hero from umana soon, who had beon resld lng in Sutherland came do.wn last week to his rancn souin in to remain for two weoks or longor. Mrs. Hclga Stany and Miss Alice Erlckson, of Cedar Rapids, arrived hero tho later part of last weok to visit their lirotner a. e. uneKsuu mm Mrs. Erlckson. Aira Prnnif firmsbv and chlldroii, of Kearney, formerly of this city, left for California Saturday morning aftor vis iting two weoks witn iur. anu iub L. E. Hastings. Martin Johnson, of Hershey, who has beon bed-ridden with inllamma MRin for a month oast was brought to a local hospital the latter part of last wool:. Miss Hazel Smith will visit friends in Wood River this week and next week will leavo with Miss Marie Bowen for towns on tho branch to visit for several days. Miss Leo ' Mavorlsh, of Stapleton, im Iippii vIhIHiic her sister Mrs A. J. Frazlcr will leave Bhortly for California to spend several weeks. Enrouto she will visit in a number of western cities. Whether young or old for age Is r,n UrUnrlnn for tllO WOarlnK Of glaSSCS If you chooso to go year after year, wasting - nerve enorgy and straining your oyes because of some defect, vnn mimt nriuint onrlv dQCaV Of yOUr visual sonse. Harry Dixon, Jeweler flp.v. Ives, of Oiralalla. conducted tho services at tho Episcopal cinircn buu- dav durlnc the aosence oi uean Bowker. Tnlin n TJnsH. of the LOWOlleil bank, visited last weok with Charles Straluss and left for Colorado to visit for some time. riiipsta ni tho Slzemoro home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ulrlck of the state farm and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller, or Horsney. vnnr nnlv onnortunitv to cet aome- Hilnt fnr npnriv notiiinir at tno itcxuu atoro Wednesday anu Tiiurauay, au guat ICth and 17tli. fra Cinnrfn V). PrnsRor nnd niece Air flrr rntmrnnd Saturday nleht from a week's vlalt in Denver and other Colorado points. T ( r)pn nnnnt. tlin wnpk end. In town and roturned to Sidney Sunday evening, ilia piaco or uusiness in &iu- ney la boing well patronized. win Tinnilv wont to Omaha Sunday night to spend a day and thence to Fremont to attonu tlio tractor uoraon atration and shake hands with Henry Ford. Tnnlf Tlnrtor. Harrv Kollv. Harry Vnrlr. V. '. Oirinr nnd W. J. Hendv ore murine tlinon who nrn attcndlmr tllO tractor demonstration in Fromont this week. Mica TiVrmi Rhnrhnokor. nf tho Hoatr lnnil Rr T-Inn pi tin il nfflpo. nmll Miss r.rnp flclor loft Rntnrdnv ovonlnc for eastern points to sponu a coupio oi weeks. A lnrco nil hnrnlnir encino was re ceived at tho experimental farm yes- torday. It win rurnisn power ror tno lrricatlon plant and also bo used for othor purposes. Mrs. n. IT. Laneford returned Sun day from Green River, Wyo., whero for soveral weeks alio had been visiting her daugntors Mrs. uarrett anu ansa Blsle Longford. Mrs. V. E. McCarthy, formerly of this city, passed through Saturday. Sho is now living at Pocatella, Idaho, iwhoro hor husband Is employed as traveling engineer. July ai. 1D1G. iBoard met purauant Ho ad'Jou-n- monL Present Hermlnghausen, Springer, White and clork. Clalma allowed on gci.orai luuu: It. L. DouKlas. dammlhK bhanuel South Platto rlvor, $127.20. Hilda Anderson, salary, $&u. Anna Anderson, caro county poor, $30. Alleon Gantt, salary, ?133.. Alleen Gantt, Institute fund, $100. A noon nnntt. nffir.n oxnenscs. S29.G5. B. H. Springer, services and mlle ago, $03.85. D. B. White, services anu mileage, $32.65. F. W. HormliighauBen, services anu mileago, 65.30. P. M. Soronsen, labor, $s. Jos. M. Wilson, salary anu extra help, $78.50. A. J. Salisbury, salary, $i4t.au. C. W. Yost, office oxpensos, $22.70. C W. Yost,, salary, ifiav.ou. Jos. M. Wilson, care county poor, $10. Roy Wilson, salary, ?7&. J. J. Waltors, services on grauor, $00. Sherwood Woodhurst, clerical iworK, $32. Allowed on bridge fund: J. R. Rltner, cement uriugo woric, $373.02. Q. Bickloy, bridge worlc, $20. R. W. Sloichor, bridge $53.50. W. M. Dymond, bridge work, $06.60 Nohraaka & Iowa Steel Tank Co., culverta, 17 clalma, $1249.26. Bundy & Walker, nriugo won:, $91.50. Allowed on road funua: G. Bickloy, road work, district J3, $32. R. W. Slelcher, road iwork, dlst. ui, $66. Nebraska & Iowa Steol Tank Co.. rnnil ilrntr flint. 4. $14.50. Mnlirnalf.i Town. Steol Tank Co.. road drag nnd culvort, dlst 25, $46.08. Paul G. Meyer, mapector aoutn Platto brldgo fund, $100. Mnnnmli Ti1nilnnnrlntr Cjy. patlmnto No. 3 South Platto brldgo fund, $898.13 Monarcn engineering uo., estimate No. 4, South Platto brldgo fiund, 1 7n(! 4!t Y-,.vw..w. W. D. Waldo, road work to P atto brldgo, Com. dlst. 1, $200.00. This bolng tho day set for hearing nn npf'tnn nf ovtnnolnn tn rnnil No. 11, both potltlonors nnd remonstratorB nppoar. A question ot law arising as to the validity of tho potltlon, tho Board does not take any action as to granting or not granting tho petition ... , ... limn Rnmn Tiiriirn finin. Wherounon tho board adjourns to Aug. 1 1U1U. C. W. YOST. County Clork. North Platte's soven-day Chnutuu qua closed last night with a concert by tho Haydn CIiocub, which was one of tho best numbers on tno program. Taken as a whole, tho program offored b the Redpath-Hornor Co. wna satis factory to tho people; a6 much so, in fuct, that no difficulty was experienced in aocuring fifty men to Blgn tho con tract for next year at tho aamo rato as this year, namely, fourteen hun dred dollars. Undoubtedly tlio strongest feature of this year's program is "Tho Molt ing Pot," which was given Saturday evonlng to tho largest audience of tho week. It Is a very strong play Intor proted by a company of unusual strength. While handicapped by lack of btnirn uottlni'i It. wna ntlll tho cminl of tho shows wo tyay $1.50 to seo dur Ini tlin thfnfrln.nl nonnon. Another strong featuro Is Thavlu's band, which apri oared Friday afternoon and evon lng and excellent also woro tho trio of grand opera slngora Friday ovon ing. Governor Glenn's lecturo Sat urday afternoon was well received, as woro also tlio addresses Sunday uftor noon nnd evening by Dr. Haywood, at ono timo a resident of Loxington and an old-tlmo friend of F. L. Moon ey, of this city. W, I. Nolan, of Minne apolis, was tho lecturer yesterday at tornoon and his address was well re ceived. Thn nlt.cndnnco at tho sessions ranged from 600 to 1200, which In view of the Intcnso neat, may oo consiucr cd very satisfactory. Tho corn pros'pocts in Lincoln county taken as a wholo aro not vory nattering. Horo and thoro, whero n passing cloud has doposltcd rain, tho crop still holds up fairly well, hut there arc, so far iib wo can learn,, fow fields that havo not been more or less injured by tho drouth, and thero aro lots of Holds that aro post redemption. Two farmers who llvo south of Hor shoy woro in town yestorday and re ported that they had throshod their wheat and had began marketing It at Horahoy at a guaranteed price of $1.20 per bushol. That's somo price for wheat in western Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Butler Buchanan who havo been spending several weoks In Los Angolos, Calir., nro oxpoctcd to arrive homo Thursday of this week. -::o:: Notice to Hunters. No hunting will bo allowed on lands owned by tho undorslgnod living In tlio norm nan oi wen precinct. Charllo Miller B. F. Conklln II. L. Damond A. J. Howard W. B. Fairchild John Howard G6-6 R. DePow John Remus II. C. Kustor Alma Slmm L. Smith 1 R. Waltomath J. L. Zleglor There Are Two Points 9 -: :o: FOR RENT Two store rooms Bultablo for nny business. Ten rooms suitable for offlco rooms or small rooming house, or will bo rented to nny ono wanting ono room. Garngo 53x72 foot. Alan lnrnrn room C3x72 BUltable for hall or will arrange it to suit tenant. All equipped with steam neat. Located on corner of Eighth and Locust streots. 4Btf JULIUS MOGENSON, Prop. F. J. DIENEU & CO. Ileal Estate und Insurance r?nmn find ann tin fnr tnwn Inta fn different parts of the city. Good In vestments on easy terms. Houses for sale and rent, we nave b'.ho good bar gains In farms and ranches. Cor. Front and Dewey Sto.. upstairs. Thn Intnrlnr nf tho room oc.r.ii'nlod by Tlio Loader Mercantllo Co., Is bo- lni rp.nrrntii'fiil. Thn lirnnd Htnlrwnv loading to the second floor has been talton down and romoveu to tno rear, t litis providing auuiuonai epaco, xnow suoiving anu ensos win no lnstanau NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital.. (Incorporated) One Hall Block No-', ol Postoflice. Phone 58 A modern institution for tht iciantific treatmtnt of medical, auri;ical and confinement casea. Complotely squipped X-Ray and diacnor.tic laboratories. Slaff: Geo. B. Dent, H. D. V. Lucas, M. D. J.B.RedGeld,M.D. J.S.Simms, M.D Miss M. Sieman, Supl. nliniit Cow Rrnnd Hour yott Hhould not overlook. The first Is flint with It ovon tho lit'irhihcr inn hardly help tloliil? bolter bultiiifr. Tho secoinl pointer in Hint H InlicH k'H.H thiin the usunl qiinntlty of Cow Rrnnd flour to produce tlio name nlzcd loaf or nilic. Order n uncU of Cowllrnnd nnd you can prove It fr your- Keif. It Is tho Quality First Flour. LIERK-SANDALL feTATE FAITHS Worlds beat Live Stock, Agriculture, giCC7C. and.DOn5tDCct?e AiJtomoMle2Qcin!f:Montoyjcpt4 Moi'5c Racing on 5,07,6 DUTH L AW, AVI ATR1X. BAY .AND NIOIiT FUOHM 5EVJ1N BANDS Qrnnd Opcrft Company r Jgm and Optometrist.