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Local and Personal
Dr. Pritchiird went up tho road on
W. J. O'Connur spent Sunday Jn
Gebrgo Wolr is nasisating in the SUir
Lun Kidwo'.I, of Wallace, spent the
Inst wool: in town.
Dr. and Mrs. Brock and son enmo
homo Friday from Fairbury.
Mrs. Kelly, .of Milwaukee, arrived
Friday to visit tho Nolen family.
A baby girl was born Friday after
noon to Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Mc Noal.
Mrs. (Seorgo Hatfield left Saturday
morning for Paxton to visit relatives.
Mrs. Charles Martini returned Sat
urday from tho Aksarben in Omaha.
Miss Mnyboll Burke hns severed her
connection with the water works office.
Mija. L. C. Hanson and children arc
visitingtfor mother Mrs. Emma Pulver.
Misses Helen nnd Jessie Baker went
to Omaha Sunday evening to spend ten
""Attorney William Shuman left tho
last week for Omaha lo transact busi
ness. Harold Duko returned the last of tho
weolt from Ogdcn whore ho. spont two
Mrs. Edward Speck is expected home
this week from a two weeks' visit, in
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. II. McEvoy have re
turned from a ten days' visit in
Mrs. P. A. Norton will leave this week
ior Denver to spend a couple of
Mrs, Josephino Brcanahanis critically
ill nt the homo of her son Fred
Carl Grelson ia expected home to
morrow from Omaha whero he visited
last week. f
Mr. and Mrs. Fred St. Mariv spent
last week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Floyd C. Jackson returned tho
last of last week from a week's visit
Glen Lorimer will loavo about tho
17th to attend tho Festival of Moun
tain and Pluins in Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Samuelson nre
tho proud parents of a baby girl which
was born Sunday morning.
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"'I shall lmvo need 6f friends she saM lvlf to K.-h.'
,, Henry King, and Dorothy Stanton, as Louis Ncoveille
th Artist, and Valeria West the Model, in Robert W,
Chambers own dramatization of his famous novel," The
Common Law." Keith Theatre, Thursday Oct. 10th.
Mis. George Hoberts, of Maxwell, is
spending a few dayB in town.
Juit received 1000 popular copyright
books at 50c each. Hincker Book Store.
Mrs. Frank Winkleman will return
today from an extended visit in Fre
mont. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmug3un and
children, of Hershey, are guests at tho
Mrs. Clyde Gideon has returned from
Sarben whero she visited friends for
Mrs. Ed Aherns nnd children, of Sid
ney, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nels
Oscar Smith left Sunday evening for
Panama where ho has accepted a splen
Mr. and Mrs. -Arthur Boyd left yes
terday morning for their now home in
Dave Hardin and Frank Doran loft
Saturday for Oshkosh to spend scvernl
days hunting. j
Mrs. F. Johnston returned to Her
shey Saturday after a visit with the
Miss MnriayonGoetz, who is teaching
in Ovorton came up Saturday to visit
the homo folks. -
Elmer Crosby and wifo, of Suther
land, visited Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Miss Francis Christ left Sundaynight
for Lexington to visit her sister for a
couple of weoks.
Mrs. P. H. Lonergnn left Sunday
afternoon for Denver with n party of
friends by auto.
Officer I. E. Trout went to Grand
Island Snturdny to spend a couple of
days on business.
Dr. A. J. Ames returned Saturday
afternoon from a professional visit in
Mrs. Earl Williams nnd mother Mrs.
Miller, of Hershey, spent yesterday
with town friends.
Mrs. John Den camo homo the last
week f rorn 'Arapahoe after visiting rel
atives for two weeks.
Mrs. Eves and daughtor Viola went
to Maywood Saturday to spend a week
or longer witli friends.
Miss Ella Pierce, of Lincoln, who is
tenching in Overton spent the week end
at tho von Gootz home.
Miss Sarah Brand camo up from
Gothenburg Friday evening to visit
friends for several days.
Edmund Erb and Dr. Weldon, of
Gothenburg came up Friday to attend
tho "Rose of Panama."
Miss Nona Marcott returned yester
day morning from Brady where she
spent Sunday with relatives.
Mrs. Carl Simon and daughter left
Sunday afternoon for Hastings to visit
relatives for n week or longer.
Roy Grceson returned last evening
from Omaha where he spent ten days
Miss Margaret Johnson left the last
ol last week for Stapelton to bogin a
term of school.
Mrs. Will Hayes returned to Suther
land Saturday nfter a short visit with
Mrs. Fred Lewis.
Mr. nnd Mrs ThomnsOrton returned
Saturday from nn extended visit with
relatives in Missouri.
Wm. Artz returned to Denver Sat
urday after visiting his parents Mr.
nnd Mrs. Bruno Artz.
Miss Alice Wilcox came up Fridny
from the Kearney normal to spend tho
week end with her parents.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Willick, of Lemoyne,
spont Snturday in town while enroute
to Cozad to visit rclntivos.
Ralph Stnrkey nnd a party of friends
went to Tryon the last of last week to
spend Severn! dnya hunting.
Judge and Mrs. II. M. Grimes re
turned the lastof last week fromOmahn
where they visited for a week.
J.M.Howe, C.M.Allison, II. E.
Hecke, T. T. Padgett, of Wallace,
were town visitors Saturday.
L. C. Sawyers left Friday for Omaha
and otfier eastern points to spend a
couple of weeks with friends.
II. W. Cook, who had been nssisting
in tho American express office, was
transferred to Rawlins Saturday.
Mrs. Theodore Lowe returned Satur
day morning from Rawlins where she
spent n month with her daughter.
Attornoy Carl Hohlmanleft Snturday
afternoon for Tipton, In., on n trip
combining business with plensure.
Fred Warren, of Tampa, Fla., arrived
Sunday and will accompany his family
home the lntter part of the week.
Adam Waltz Jr., who hns been in
the Kenrney reform school, is out on
parole and visiting relatives in town.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. McCardo., of
Lexington, arrived Sunday evening nnd
nro guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F.
Let McGovern do it. Do what? Re
pair that stovo for you. Res. 1005
Locust, Phone 390. Star Stove Repair
Mrs. Harry Mitchell and daughtor
returned Saturday evening from Omaha
after visiting her parents for three
Attorney J. G. Beeler is expected
home today from Salt Lake City, where
he attended the national irrigation con
vention. Joe Norcross a druggist, of Miller,
Nebr.. and Dick Gardner, of Cozad,
spont Sunday in this city with James
Mrs. Fred Diener and daughter Cre
left yestorday afternoon for an exten
ded visit in eastern Nebraska and cities
Mrs. A. S. Coatos will entertain the
Club Nevita tomorrow afternoon. Each
member will bo nllowed to bring n
J. M. Rnnnic returned Snturday Sat
urday from Omaha where he spent the
week visiting friends and attending the
I. C, Ogier came over from Wallace
Friday and loft the same evoning for
Los Angeles where his father is criti
Miss Loretta Murphy has been
elected to teach in the Hershey schools
succeeding Miss Grace Shelton who re
Mrs. C. C. Wetzell and daughter
who were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. P.
H. Loncrgan, left for Sutherland Sat
Mrs. Thomas Moran and son of Des
Moines who had been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. P. A. Norton will leave for Den
ver this week.
Mrs. R. D. Chamberlain and baby,
of Evanston, arrived last week to visit
hor mother Mrs. Geo. Hatfield for a
week or longer.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs, Navoraux of Lexington Sunday
Mrs. Nnveraux was formerly Miss
Martha Christ of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Purbaugh re
turned from Wallace th" last of lost
week whore his was called by the
death of tholatters' sister.
Mr. nnd Mm. A. N. Pellor, of North
Bend, who wero guosts of Mr. and Mrs.
O. B. Frnzier last week, loft Friday
afternoon for western points.
Miss Eliznboth Barry, of Washing
ton, D.C., who spent tho past- threo
months with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Mn
lonoy, left for homo Sunday.
Dr. Lucas, of North Platte, assisted
by Dr. Sadler removed the tonsils of
little Mnrgaret, tho tlnee-yenr-old
daughtor of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W.
Abbott, tho first of tho weok. Tho
child is getting along as well as could
be expected Tuesday E. B. Mc
Connell sold a quarter section of land
south of Sutherland to Richard Hnrt
nuin. Consideration, $5,000. Mr. Hart
man hasn't fully decided whether he
win move uuiu u lur nuxi year,
9x15 Bale Ties, per bundlo $ 1.15
Barb Wiro per 100 pounds... . 2.80
Wido Tiro Wagons 70.DQ
At Hershey 's corner Fifth and Locust
streets. Phone 15,
Norn's Here Thursday.
Congressman Norris will deliver an
address in North Platte Thursday of this
week. Mr. Norris is one of the leading
piogressives of the country and the re
publican candidate, for United States
Traffic Shows Increase.
Thirty-one thousand' on i hundred nd
thirteen enrs were moved through the
local yards Inst month, an increase of
362 over September, 1911. Shipments
of California fruit has materially
decreased, in fact the shinninc Reason
Tor deciduous fruits has about closed.
Four to six stock trains arc passing
Farm For Sale.
The northeast quarter (nejf soction
twenty-four (21) township thirteen (18)
range thirty (550) about seven miles
southeast of North Platte on south side
of Platte river, all smooth land near
hills, gooll buildings, fifteen ncrcs in
alfalfa, one of best farm3 in Platte
valley. Price $10,000.00. Terms, half
cash, balance on easy time at 7 per
cent interest. Address Joseph Hershey,
North Platte, Neb.
The nnnuul farmers' institute will be
held nt Somerset November 2Gth and
27th. The institute at that place has
become nn established yearly ovent and
is very largely attended by the farmers
tributary to tho village. Live stock nnd
agriculturnl products will bo on exhibi
tion, ns will also handiwork and culin
ary products of the ladies. Premiums
for tho best exhibits will be given. In
addition to this display addresses will
be delivered by stock and agricultural
Banner Sugar Beets.
Dave McConnell, who lives nenr the
O' Fallon school house, hns sent to the
U. S. land offioe, samples of the sugar
beets grown by him this senson. Tiiese
snmples may be somewhat larger than
the sugar factory people like to handle,
but when it comes to the yield per acre
they are a good size for Mr. McConnell.
The harvest of the beets now in pro
gress indicate a yield of twenty-seven
tons per acre on Mr. McConnell's field,
for which he receives five dollars per
ton, or $135 per acre. This shows tho
result of good land, thorough cultiva
tion and the proper use of water.
Halligan Star of the Game.
In the game of foot ball Saturday be
tween the university and BeJlevue
college teams the former won by a
score of sixty-one to nothing. In its
account of the game, tho Omaha Bee
says Vic. Halligan, of this city, who
plays full back on the university team,
was the star of the game, making four
touch downs, securing the last after a
sixty-five yard run. Halligan, the Bee
says, made an impressive showing for
a new man. On the 17th the university
team plays the Minnesota Gophers, and
in this gsme Vic will have nn oppor
tunity to show his real strength. We
predict that ho will "make good."
GEORGE H. GOEBEL,
National Socialist Campaign Speaker,
Here Oct. 10th
Geo. H. Goebel, of Newark, New
Jersey, hns been for a dozen
years one! of the foremost Socialist
lecturers, J having lectured in every
state in the union. No speaker on the
American platform possesses more
than he tho ability to maka clear the
purposes of socialism. Thoroughly
grounded in the socialist philosophy,
eloquent, witty and versatile, he drives
the logic of socialism with convincing
force into the minds of hiS" hearers. An
evening spent with Goebel iB wellspent.
Come out and hear him at the court
house October 10th at 8 p. m. Ladies es
pecially invited. Adv.
House and Lot for Sale.
Ijot threo (3), block sixteen (1G)
MiileV's Addition, on West side South
St., two story, frame, six room house,
with closets. Price $900.00. Address:
Joseph Hershey, North Platte, Nebr.
for general housework
520 west Third street.
Apply at once
Mrs. Mnry Smith has opened her
boarding house over tho Marti meat
market which was closed during the
summer months. , .
Charles the Vth.
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Singing and Talking.
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The above re; if cnte the best lints of nierchundise made in
the world. Sincerity and Stylphhs Clo'he- Thoroughbred Hats,
Douglas Shoes, Datchess Trousers. Hansen Gloves. In fact every
thing sold by VAN is of the best and at a price lower than the
unknown and cheap made merchandise often sold elsewhere.
Why not buy the new, the snappy up-to-date, reliable and trust
worthy wearable-. They cost you no more when bought of
The Star Clothing House.
When the officers of this bank see a depositor mak
ing steady gains in his balances, our confidence in
When a depositor who has won our confidence re
quires motiey with which to develop his business our
large resources enable us to give him all the credit
his financial condition warrants.
The merchant, the manufacturer, the builder, the
farmer who does business at this bank, receives its
financial support when he needs it.
We invite all who want the co-operation of a strong
resourceful bank to become depositors of the
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