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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., OCTOBER 4, 1912.
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Copyright, iqu. A. ii. KirSihiaum Co
are superior in every way to. clothes you have paid a great deal
more elsewhere. Money back, if wanted, is the basis of every
sale. Each suit and overcoat is sold with the maker's official
THE QUALITY PLACE.
55 TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
Mrs. Steve Cole left for Horshoy
Room for rent with or without board.
Inquire at 116 Second street.
City Clo-k Temple moved yesterday
into his new office over the postoffico.
Perry Sitton left last night for,
Cheyenne after spending a week in
Wanted A girl for general house
work. Mrs. Tom Healey. tfl
Mrs. M. E. Uranam returneu last
evening.from the eastern part of the
Mrs. Lillian Sturges will go to Hast
ings next week to visit friends for ten
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bailor and baby
returned last evening from the Ak-Sar-Ben
Christian Science Service Sunday
11:00 a. m. Subject "Uureality" Sunt
day school 12 m. K. P. hall Dewey St.
Wanted to buy 2 dozen Rhode
Island Red hens. B. P. Wilcoxson,
514 East Fourth St. , 70-3
Mrs. M. E. Scott entertained the
Methodist aid society yesterday after
noon. A nice lunch was served.
For a modern up to date visible type
-writer, inquire of C. H. Schetzer at
Western Union telegraph office.
Trustee James Keefeo haB closed the
bankrupt case of K. D Small and finds
that the stock will pay 29J per cent
For Rent Five room furnished house,
with bath. 414 W. 3rd St. 70-2
In making a note of the Alkire di
vorce, a typographical error in the
date of the birth of the child was made,
the date reading 1902 when it should
have read 1908.
Apples For Sale, different qualities,
40 to 60 cents per buihel. miles
west of Platte, Valley school house.
S. G. Anderson.
The tax list for the year 1912 has
been turned over to the county treas
urer and the payment of personal
taxes are now in order. These taxes
will soon become delinquent, and
prompt payment is necessary in order
to escape paying interest.
the - Wisp in
OME men see price and mis
take it for value. Other men
see first appearance and mis
take it for style.
But here in our varied stock of
Kirscbaum clothes men see and get
actual money value that can be
mistaken for nothing else.
We aim to sell garments good
.enough to make a man invest his
money. And satisfying enough to
make him come back to us when
he wants another suit or overcoa.
Every model, be it the
I V 77f
or the more conservative business
man's suit, is built on quality.
Quality that guarantees the style
and cut to be authoritative; that
offers to you a fabric of which every
thread is "All Wool"; that puts on
your back a suit as expertly hand
tailored and as correctly finished as
the finest custom-made suit or over
Come in and let us prove to you
that Kirschbaum suits at
James Hart who spent the past week
in Omaha returned home this morning.
Wanted Man anclwife to work on
Cody ranch. .Phone Black 200.
Mrs. P. A. Norton returned this
morning from Omaha where she visited
friends and attended Ak-Sar-Ben.
"Beverly of Grustark" was splendidly
presented at the Keith Wednesday
evening by a strong company. The at
tendance was not nearly as large as
the merit of the performance.
Numerous carloads of tho Wolfe
cattle which have been ranged at the
Cokor ranch north of the river for
sevral months were loaded here during
the week for shipment to South Omaha.
Sutherland Free Lance.
Those two immense squashes on ex
hibition nt the U. S. land office were
grown by S. M. Kuser, who lives
northeast of town. They are just a
mild suggestion of what can be grown
in the somewhat despised "sand hill
section" of Nebraska.
There passed through town the early
part of the week an automobilo enroute
from San Francisco to Now York.
Features of the car were that the
wheels were supplied with solid tires
and to give riding comfort the springs
were unusally long.
The Monthy Bible class of the Pres
byterian church will hold a business
meeting at the home of Mrs. Butler
Buchanan Monday afternoon, Oct 7th,
at 3 o'clock. A full attendance of
members is desired.
The Young Ladies Bridge Club was
entertained last evening by Miss Alice
Birge. Four new members Misses
Alma Waltemath, Bessie Salisbury,
Ailecn Gant and Grace Payne were
taken into the club.
The Maryland's policies and bonds
are complete in coverage, simply
worded, and liberally interpreted.
They nre backed by great financial
strength, and by a record of over four
teen years of satisfactory service
C. F. Temple,
Agent for Lincoln County.
House and Lot for Sale.
Lot three (3), block sixteen (10)
Miller's Addition, on West tide South
St., two story, frame, six room house,
with closets. Price $900.00. Address:
Joseph Hershey, North Platte, Nebr.
Local and Personal.
Mrs. Lorn Graves, of Grand Island,
came up last evening to visit her
mother Mrs. Mooney. ,
Just received 1000 popular copyright
books at GOceach. Rincker Book &
Drug Co., Blue Front ,.
ours, v, i. ueamonu reiurnea yesierr
day morning trom umana wnore sno
attended the Ak-Sar-Ben.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter, of Gorgona,
Isthmus of Panama, are guests of the
latter's brother Harry Dixon and fam
ily. Mjs. Hunter was formerly Miss
Mary Dixon of this city.
Woather forecast Increasing cloudi
ness with probably rain tonight and
Saturday. Highest temperature yes
terday 71; a year ago 68. Lowest tem
perature last night 52; a year ago 33.
John J. Lewis, age 21 and Opal
Upjjpett age 18, both of Hayes Center
weremarried Wednesday evening by
Judge Grant in the presonco of W. A.
Kobor, Rhoda Lewis and Mrs, A. C,
Mrs. Mary O'Haro and daughters
aro making arrangements to 'open a
bekery and confectionery storo in their
building on Dewey street recently va
cated by the Doolittlo bakery.
Just received elegant line of beavers
and felt shapes- Parlor millinery at
300 East 3rd. 71-3
A reception will be given at tho J.
W. Payne residenco 410 West 5th
stteet Monday evening from 8 till
10 o'clock for the Rev. Christie pastor
of the Presbyterian church. All mem
bers of tho church and other churches
and their friends aro cordially invited
to be present.
W. J. Hendy returned Wednesday
from Omaha where he wont to see
about another shipment of Ford cars,
the demand for which since the reduc
tion in price has become greater than
ever, and that is saying much, as be
fore the reduction dealers had trouble
in filling their orders. The Hendy-Ogicr
Co. has made arrangements for n big
shipment that will bo here in the near
Erwin Long was fined $30 and . costs
in the county court Wednesday for
stealing Ed Sluder's wheel from the
HufFman cigar store Tuesday evening.
Long was arrested several miles south
of town while riding away on tho
wheel. He was recently discharged
from Ft. .Russell in Cheyenne and was
on his way east. Unable to pay he was
taken to jail.
The revival meeting, at the Christian
church conducted by Evangelist
Knowles, assisted by Mr. Underwood
tho evangelistic singer, alroady
aroused much interest and the atten
dance is increasing each night. Mr.
Knowles is a ready speaKer and pre
sents his themes in a clenr and force
ful manner. The singing of Mr. Under
wood is a feature of the meetings. The
services will be conducted oach evening
for an indefinite period. A welcome
Two pretty social functions of the
week were held at the McCiibu home
on west Fifth Wednesday and Thurs
day when Mesdames J. L. Murphy, C
O. Weingand and N. MeCabo enter
taintd one hundred and fifty ladies at
kensingtons. The rooms were decorated
with large boquets of yellow and white
chrysanthemums and these colors were,
carried out In the refreshments. During
both afternoons vocal selections were
nicely rendered by Miss Sadie Trovillo
and piano selections by MissOttenstein,
Miss Huffman and Miss Doran.
Assisting the hostesses in serving were
Misses Genevieve Ottenstein, Irma
Huffman, Marie McCabe, Elizaboth
Hinman, Helen Waltemath and Jeanette
Utah Elberta Pexcbes.
We have a carload of fancy Elberta
peaches tbat we are telling for sixty
cents per crate. This is the last car of
the season and they wont last -long at
this price. Rush Merc. Co.
Union Realty and Investment Company.
Paid up Capital $50,000. Surplus 50,000.00.
-OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS-
T. C. PATTERSON. President, . U. BUCHANAN, Sec'y nnd Treas.
First Mortgages on Real Estato Bought, Sold and Negotiated.
This company is prepared to loan money of Investors on first mort
gages on real estate, amply secured and drawing eight per cent semi
annual interest. Money so invested will bo oxempt from taxation.
Local and Personal. '
Mrs. Erricson. of Brady, is visiting
her Bister, Mrs. Earl Carpeutor. I
Mrs. Goonro Smith returned this
morning from the Aksarbcn in Omaha.
I Ralph Hayden and Rex Spencer, of
Wallaco,nro visiting friends in the city.
, Miss Ida Lemon roturned this morn
ing from Omaha whore she attended
Fred Fryo nnd Frank Hart returned
last evening from an extended visit in
C stern points.
I. C. Rowland, of RichmoTTd, Cnl..
ft last evening after visiting with Mr.
hnd Mrs. A. J. Ellison,
i MTbs Irene McGce has accepted a
"position as reporter for the Daily Tele
graph and began work today.
' Thomas Burns, formerly an electri
cian of this city is expected next week
to visit James Flynn and family.
Mr. and Mrs Charles McLano re
turned this morning from tho eastern
part of the stale, where they spent a
For Salo A motorcycle. Inquire at
520 E. 11th street. C8-4
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Tramp and Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Tramp havo returned
from Omaha, whero thoy mingled with
tho crowds at Aksarbcn.
Passenger Director B. L. Robinson
lias been off duty for a week past
nursing a sprained ankle which he sus
tained while jumping from tho speeder
E. R. Plumor, lato with tho Schntz
hardware store, has resigned and ac
cepted a position with the Greeson
grocery. Mr. Plumcr is a hondy mun
in any class of merchandising.
Nellie Roberts the young daughter of
Carrie Roberts Clayton was given into
custody of Mrs; Welborn in tho county
court this week. Should the mother
reform tho child will bo returned to her.
Tho city council mot in regular ses
sion Tuesday evening all present except
Brock and Tracy. The report of city
treasurer wi til reference to paying off
water bond coupon this year road and rc
'port showed that $2,092.90 which had
been clipped from bonds for interests
would only cost the city $107.10. The
difference being the premium received
1 on tho bonds
Monthly report of police judge clerk
and treasurer received and placed on
Sidowalk petition usking for walks
on east Bide block 7 and lot one, block
10 South Park Addition was. road but
being so lato in season was tabled un
E. Sandy appeared Jbofore council
with reference to a sick horso which
fell into water main trench and died.
Same referred to city attornoy. City
attorney was instructed to draft an
ordinance to muzzle all bull dogs.
All bills on file wore allowed.
Farm For Sale.
The northeast quarter (nej) section
twenty-four (24) township thirteen (18)
range thirty (30) about seven miles
southeast of North Platte on south side
of Platte river, all smooth land near
hills, good buildings, fifteen acres in
alfalfa, one of best farms in Platto
1 valley. Price $10,000.00. Terms, half
' cash, balance on easy time at 7 per
I cent interest. Address Joseph Hershey,
j. North Platto, Neb.
We wish to express our Bincero
thanks to the many friends and neigh-
j bora who so kindly helped us during
I the sickness and death of our beloved
mother and for their beautiful floral
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Henckel.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Henckel.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Fellman.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Okerson.
We mot a man on the street today
that mado himself conspicuous by the
perfection of his linen. He is a patron of
DICKEY'S SANITARY LAUNDRY.
"Your Bosom Friend."
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Copyright 1912 The Home cl Kuppcntiiunet
Down has come the price of Ford
cars to a point where 'you can no
longer afford to be with out on-.
With this reduction the Ford cease to
be a luxury arid becomes a. necessi'v.
Runabout . , 2
Touring car , 6 io
Town Car So
Thoso new'prices, f. o. b. Detroit, with ull "equip
ment. An early order will mean nn early delivory.
Get full particulars from Ford Motor Company,
Michigan and Fourteenth Streets -or direct from
HENDY-OGIER GARAGE, Agent,
North Platto, Neb.
Wu wish to expres our thanks to tho
A. O. U. W. and D. of H. and the
Lutheran aid society and friends for
their IcindnesH shown during tho illness
and death of our dear brother-in-law,
Louis Roggo and their lovely floral
Mr. and Mns. Chas. Stkvib.
50 carloads choice prairie hay for im
mediate shipment during Sept. and up
to Oct. 10th. Wiro-us if you havo any
to ship. Tho Hatrington-Plumor Merc.
Co., 19th & Wazee St., Denver, Colo.
Relief of Lucknow.
Guthrie and Nay Comedy
Singing and talking
10 and 15C.
THEY'RE here in many
well chosen nnd exclusive
styles. The Best Suits that
money and experience could
secure from the most noted
Makers in oil the Land!
We're sure that your Suit
Afiinity is here, and right
now is tho best of all times
so pick it out:
If you've never been
here for your Clothes,
come to see what
you've been missing.
Every new stylo fea
tures is worked out in
tho most beautiful
woolens you ever saw.
Priced Down to $10.
Handsome- Fall Overcoats
in new models nnd fabrics
garments that are classy
and out of the rut! -
Priced Up to $27.60.
The Home o
An Opportunity for Young Man.
A young lady of prepossessing ap
pearance und an iMiterUining convursa-.
lionalist who had ample funds will foot
theatre oxpensea during the coming
seuson for herself and some young man
of clean habits and good apperrnnce.
Thoso intorestod address X, care Tho
Chapino, little French Prima Donna
in the "Rose of Panama" nt the Keith
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