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NORTH PLATTE, NE13., OCTOBER 8, 191:
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I yraamtlroVk bility in the making and f
bility in the making and
style and refinement of
finsih; precisely the char
acteristics you want in
your fall suit or overcoat.
On a foundation of thoroughly
shrunk all-wool fabric, hand-tailoring
means Clothes Satisfaction
that to a nicety meets the ideas
of the modern Beau Brummel.
But it isn't if you come here.
For we've gone straight to
headquarters to the model
clothes factory of America, the
leading and largest makers of
Hand-tailored clothes-'-and we
can sell clothes of this description
at no higher prices than you are
asked to pay for ordinary sorts.
Copyright, tqtt A B. KinchiiUm Co
$15, $18, 520, $22, $25 and up. Overcoats,
$15 to $25 and up to $45.
It is a pleasure to have these clothes to show; and we
promise that you will take pleasure in looking them over.
Positively none elsewhere like our Kirschbaum $15, 20 and
25 specials, at anything like the same prices.
The Kirschbum label means Hand-Tailoring and All-Wool.
With each garment we give the makers guaranty to refund the
money if the clothes are unsatisfactory .
THE QUALITY PLACE
9 TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
Leslie Baskin, of the state univer
sity, is expected this week to visit his
Miss Lela Smallberger, of Kansas,
City, has been elected to toach in
District No 126.
The Episcopal guild will meet Thurs
day afternoon at the parish house. Re
freshments will be served.
Mrs. Lena Salisbury will leave today
for Paxton to visit her daughter Mrs.
Hoyt Hart; for a week or longer.
Miss Wiseman, of Cozad, terminated
a visit with Mr. Roy Cottrell and re
turned home the last of the week.
The bcsLand cheapist fire and life
insurance. See Bratt & Goodman.
Arthur Sullivan, of Brady, visited
local friends the latter part of last
Miss Lucy Pichnell, of Lepton, Ind.,
began a term of school in district 94
Mrs. Ray Snyder was taken to the
P. & S. hospital last week for medical
Arthur Dial, of Omaha, came yester
day afternoon to visit his cousin Mrs.
For Sale or Trade 10 II. P. Portable
Steam Engine. Address Jesse Long or
Jos Hershey, North Platte, Nebr
Mrs. Luther Tucker and son Charles
left yesterday afternoon for Ogalalla
to visit relatives for some time.
The Crystal Theatre is being re
painted and remodeled to suit the con
venience of both patrons and manager.
A. C. Burton, living two and one
half miles west of Wellfleet, will have
a public sale of 100 hogs and four fine
jacks Monday, October 14th.
Local and Personal.
W. W. Burr left yesterday morning
to transact business in the eastern part
of the state.
Mesdamos Watson and Creighton, of
Gothenburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Van Dyke last week.
Have you seen our now napkin mar
kors in sterling silver. DlXON,
Mrs E. It. Plume r came home Sat
urday evening from Omaha where she
spent a week at the Aksnrbcn. .
Mrs. Fred Letts has returned from
Sidney where she went last week to
pack her household goods to snip to
S. S. Jacob superintendent of con
struction work of the North Platte
buildings.is spending a few dayB in
Walker Hainline and wife, formerly
of this city, came up from Grand Island
the last of the week to visit the for
mer's sister, Mrs. Wood White.
0. N. Chnrchill returned Sunday
evening from Omaha where he went to
meet Mis. Churchill who was on her
way from Chicago. They will reside
Mrs. Louis Peterson returned last
evening from Kansas City by way of
Donver after a pleasant visit of two
weeks with here neice Mrs. W. . R.
Deputy County Clerk Allen and
family moved yesterday from south
Walnut into the Morrow home on west
2nd which the former recently pur
chased. Rev. J. F. Seibert arrived from Chi
cago last night and will remain until
Thursday night as a representative at
the Lutheran synod. Ho is receiving a
hearty welcome from friends.
Paul Roberts is expected hero today
enroute to his homo in Maxwell from
Arizona whore he spent the summer
studying forestry. He is preparing to
reenter the Lincoln University.
Get relief from from first application
of A-thenca-ino the new inilamation
special for that hacking cough or cold
on the chest.
Rinckeu Book & Drug Co.
F. E. Barber, Thomas and Mike
Burns, of Omaha, who formerly lived
here spent the first of the week visiting
James Flynn and in company with him
left yesterday morning on a hunting
trip to the Os.hkosh section.
Another Bargain of Bralt & Good
man: new 4 room house withbalh. A
pretty place. Only $1100. See this
and you will want it.
Misses Blanche Bastnin, Bessie
Eastmun and Williams of Williamsport,
Pa., who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Baskins will leave today
for the Pacific Coast to spend several
We are today in receipt of a fine new
lot of souviner spoons of the new Fed
eral building and High School building
and etc. Drop in and see them. Dixon
Elsewhero in this issue, is a notice
asking for bids for the ninety-one lots
remaining nnsold in the Trustee's and
Riverdhle additions. The Trustee has
collocted practically all the securities on
all the sales, and these ninety-one lots
are al) that is left of the bankrupt es
tate, which originally consisted of 930
Rents Thompson House.
Mrs. A. VV. McKeown, wlin recently
returned to North Platte tomnko her
home, has rented the Thomson resi
dence east of the Lloyd opera house and
has six or seven nicely furnished rooms
for rent, with bath privileges. Tl.eo
roomi aic convenient to the busincm
section and the depot and are therefore
very desirable. Those wishing rooms
are invited to call.
Notice for Bids.
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be received tor the ninety-one unsold
residence lots in the Trua'ee'a and
Riverdale additions, until October 24th,
1912. The map showing all thesn luta
may be obtained at the oflice of Wm.
E. Shumnn. where bids may also bo
filed. The Trustee desires to sell nil of
these lots in bt(lk to the highest bidder.
Right reserved to reject nnv and all
bids. Wm. E. Shuman.
Reception to Minister.
The reception tendered Rev. J. C.
Christie at the J. W. Payne residence
last evening was attended by about 200
members of the congregation nnd other
citizens. The rooms were profusely de
corated with cut flowers nnd a splendid
program of vocal and instrumental
music was rendered. During the even
ing punch and wafers wore served, over
which several young Indies piosided.
The welcome tendered Rev. Christie
was a most hearty one.
Chhs. E. Keen, Practical Gunsmith.
I desire to announce to my old patrons
that I have opened a gun and repair
shop at G21 south Chestnut street and
am prepared to do all kinds of work and
guarantee general satisfaction at
reasonable prices. Phono red 161 and
I will call and srot vour work and return
same, or loave orders at Schatz's hard
Violins, guitar, and all string Instru
ments repaired; violin bows rhaired as
good as new. All work warranted first
class. Give me-a trial and bo con tine d.
Local and Personal.
The Kebeknh Kensington will' meet
in the hall Friday afternoon.
Evangelist Knowl-s, of tho Christian
"rcii, spent aunuay with his wife in
For Sale-Horse, harness and runa
bout. Inquire of Y B. Blown.
Miss Leila Ratcllfif has accepted a
position as saleslndy in the Leader Dry
Tho Presbvterinn Air) Rnninfu will
serve supper in tho Church Parlors on
vcioucr ,usi. All arc nvitoc .
Mra. Merle Wilcox, of Cozad, who
Visited Mr. nnil Mr, !?,. rvt......ll -
turned home the Inst of last week.
For Sale Soft coal burner; used but
a $hort time. Inquire at 303 east Second
Mrs. Eaton, of Denver, who spoilt
two months with her dnughtur Mrs.
Verne Mann, left for home Sunday,
A boy bnby was horn Saturday morn
ing to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cummings,
and and as mother and son are doing
nicely, Ray is correspondingly happy.
Dick Baker and J. B. Mc Donald
came home this morning from Omaha
where they took In the Aksnrben and
th latter nerved on tho grand jury.
A-thenca-ino, liquid antiphlogistic
inilamation specinl, is supoiior to all
salves or mud poultices for colds, sore
cnesi, pneumonia, Droncnmsorpiuerisy.
Rinckeu Book & Dkuo Co.
Messcrs Hill and Sells, of district 90,
transacted business at the county sup
erintendent's office Saturday relative
to tho new school building which they
szssmssdsnwnswssExajsisfM wmwut im ,'j;
Notice to Water Consumers. .
As we are now installing tho two new
boilers and until, this work is completed
wo will be compelled to depend upon
one boiler for at least three weeks
without being cleaned, we are nnxious
not to put any more work upon it than
possible. We, therefore, request that
water consumers will not use any water
upon the luwns for the next throe
weeks unless absolutely necessary and
then only for as short u time as possi
ble as when much sprinkling is being
dono it compellft us to run this one
boiler harder than we should.
' - IlEiiannY S. Welch,
For Quick Sale.
The Dill House. If looking for a
good, well built, pretty home and an
ideal location, buy this. Low figure
and on easy terms . Bratt & Goodman,
Hundreds of Tons of Hay Burn.
A prairie lire which N said to have
originated from the spark of a locomo
tive, started east of the railroad bridge
at noon Saturday and driven by a high
wind from the south', swept over the
hay meadows belonging to Georgo
Long, burning about 400 tons of hay in
stack. Several stacks were also burned
on land adjoining tho Long ranch. The
fire swept over the hills and traveled
until it renched the cultivated fields of
Fred Malone, where it died out. One
farmer living in the hills south of the
Malone place, also lost several stneks
Lasts That Combine Latest Style and Comfort
Features With Very Moderate PricesThat's
What We Offer You In Our
...New Shoes For Fall....
The makers from whom we secured these new Fall shoes are among the most
prominent and most reliable in the land. They have been producing- excellent
footwear for years. When they turned out these splendid Fall models, however
they achieved just a little more than ever before, producing lasts that combine the
maximum of style, comfort and service.
Awaiting your inspection here is the most attractive assortment of Fall footwear
we ever placed at the disposal of our patrons. All good leathers are represented.
Among the lasts you will find every fashionable effect, including the lastest narrow
models with the smart re'eeding toes or round full toes of moderate height. In brief
everything that is new and desirable in Fall footwear is here and at price? whose
moderation insures utmost value for your money.
It Will Pay You to Inspect Our New
Fall Footwear Styles Before Purchasing
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE
Hill Found Insane.
The board of insanity was called to
gether yesterday to pass upon the men
tal condition of Oscar Hill, of Ante
lope precinct, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
I. Hill, nioneer residents of that section
' but lately residing in Gothenburg. The
unfortunate man, who is about thirty
I years of age, has been living on one of
his lathers larms in Antelope precinct.
but of late his mental condition has
been such that neighbors feared ho
might do acts of violence and one of
them filed comnlaint. The bonrd ad
judged him a fit patient for tho asylum
and he will be taken to one of tho state
Congressman Kinkaid Out of Race.
A special to the Bee from O'Neil, the
homo of Congressman Kinkaid, an
nounces that ho has with drawn from
the nice for re-election. Ill-health is
assigned for the withdrawal. Last Sat
urday Congressman Kinkaid was en
dorsed by the bull mooscrs at the con
vention held at Ainsworth last Satur
day, and this madojhis candidacy par
ticularly strong. In fact his chances
for success this year wore even brighter
than two years ago.
When Judge Kinkaid was here a
couple of weeks ago he told ths writer
that his health was not good, that his
condition worried him, and that he did
not know whether he could stand
another term at Washington.
Miss Edith Wendeborn will entertain"
tho J. D. club at a kensihgton to-morrow
Mrs. Chris Paulson and sorf Lowell
went to Sutherland this morning to
to spenu a iw nays.
Miss Bessio Graham returned Inst
evening from Omalm after visiting
frionds there for two weeks.
John Den, A. P. Kelly, Herbort
Tramp nnd Edward Rebhnusen left this
jnorning for tho Lake Country to sp'end
a wcck nunung.
Edwin Pood, of Lewollen who had
been taking medical treatmont in town
for some time died Sunday of pneumonia.
The remains wore taken to Julcsburg
forinterment accompanied by hla wife,
mother and two sisters who were called
here last week.
Elizabeth C. Gambel, Grand Matron
of the Ordor of Eastern Stnr of Ne
braska, will visit the Chapter ofllciallv
Thursday, October 10th. All members
and visitors nre urged to b present to
give hor a cordial welcome. 7:30 sharp.
Anna Hosier, Sec.
A reception will he given Rev. and
Mra. Gnither nnd Rev. and Mrs. Cram
Fridny evening from 8 till 10 o'clock nt
the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. G.
Beelcr to which all members of the
Methodist church nnd their friends .are
invited. Members of other churches
will also ho welcome.
"The Roso of Pnnnma" was pre
sented to a largo audience at tho Keith
Friday evening, the lower part of the
house being well fillod and in the
gnllerv standing room was sold. Whilo
tho score of tho operetta does not con
contain aa mnny popular selections ns
some of tho musical comedies, the
music is of n bettor clnss, nnd it was
splendidly rendered by people who had
North Platte School of Music
Secures Mrs. Langston.
Tho North Platte School of Music has
secured the services of Mrs. Elizabeth
Karr-Langston as director of the voice
department. She will assume her duties
at once. Mrs, Langston is notunknown
to the people of North Platte, as she
has been teaching privately here for
over a year. She is a graduate of the
Wcsleynn Conservatory of Lincoln,
Neb., and has taught successfully for
sothe time. Her students In Kearney
gavo a recital recently, of which the
Daily Hub said in part: "The singers
were possessed of confidence and sang
with excellent interpretation X X X An
excollcnt tone placcmentand tho ab
sence ot any tremolo were very notic
able." Mrs. Langston in her teaching
combines the principles of technical and
artistic singing. The director is glad to
bo able to prqvido such an able voice
teacher and her advent is a strong indi
cation that the North Platte School of
Music has come to stay.
He'll Stand Right
Out in a Crowd
Dressed in one o our
handsome Fall Suits any
Wan will wear a mark of
He'll have individuality!
OUR CLOTHES WILL
MAKE HIM, CONSCIOUS
OF GOOD GROOMING!
IWIIMII ! I
Why should this not be so
for expert high salaried Design
ers modeled our Gurments while
the most skillful Tailors made
No detail too small that it has
The fabrics, are entirely new
and nre the best productions of
the best Foreign and Domestic
SUITS, $15, $18, $20 up
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The Home of Good Clothes
Special Engagement in
THURSDAY, OCT.' 10
The Biggest Hit in 20 Years
Robert W. Chambers,
A Fascinating Story in 4 Acts
Guy Swope roturned Sunday morn
ing from Omaha where ho served on
the grand jury last week.
"Hawaii a Lr
"His UfcauU4WdfWipU.b.u tagr,"
Dramatized by Robert W.
Chambers himself from-his
sensational novel of the
same name, following in
detail the romatic elements
of this most widely read"
A Metropolitan Cost of
Players Gorgeously Mounted
Price For North Platte 50c, 75c and $1.00