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We repair 5000 watches yearly
We have fche most complete line of
watch material iri western Nebraska
e employ omfy the most efficient
Our repair department is equipped
with the best machinery obtainable
We have had the care of the watches used by
the Uuion Pacific employees for twelve years a
good recommendyis to our ability.
We will render you our very best service when
you entrust your watch to our workmen.
U. P. Watch Inspector.
08. 0. K. CRESSLER, I
o Graduate Dcnlisl. o
Oftfco ove.- the McDonald g
Local and Personal.
- N. E. Buckley construction engineer
for the Union Pacific returned yester
day from Omaha where he attended the
Miss CharloHe Templeton.of Lincoln,
secretary of the state library board,
made an official call at the public li
Misses Vaunita and Anna Hayes ac
' companied by their brother Charles
spent Saturday in Grand Island with
Mrs. Thomas Gorham.
Hepry Yost who has been taking
medical treatment a Sycamore Springs
for some time will return this week
very much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Seeberger re
turned Sunday from Omaha where the
former served on the grand jury and
the latter visited friends.
Wanted to buy 2 dozen Rhode
Island Rod hens. B. F. Wilcoxson,
514 Eust Fourth St. 70-3
Mrs. Boardman, of 'Portland, who
spent the past month with her son M.
E. Boardman and wife, left for home
the latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tanner, of Lex
ington, came up ijriday evening
to attend the play'at the Keith
and visit the latter's parents.
Fred Fillion, passenger brakeman,
who was laid off for thirty days on ac
count of improper flagging in a test at
Cheyenno, has re-entered the service.
Just received elegant line of beavers
and felt shapes-" Parlor millinery at
300 East 3rd. 71-3
Man past 30 with horse and buggy
to tell stock condition powders in Lin
s eoln county. $75 per month. Address
"room 2, 1106 Farnam St. Omaha Nebr.
Mrs. William Maloney, Sr., left Sun
day afternoon for Excelsior Springs
and other eastern points to spend sev
Magazines make nice Christmas gift3.
I have a large list of the best and can
save yoifmoney on clubbing lists. Mrs.
M.V. Mitchell phone Red 104. 72-2
Mrs. John Ruick and daughter, who
were called hero recently by the death
of the former's father, Louis Rogge, re
turned to Columbus, Ohio, yesterday
Misses Nell Bratt, Ida Ottenstcin and
Mesdamcs Charles Reynolds and Hor
ton Munger will entertain the Indian
Card Club at the home of the former
A troat is in store for North Platte
people. Mrs. Grace Morrison, a reader
of noted talent nnd Chicago platform
speaker, will be in North Platte Sun
day and Monday evening, October 13th
Dr. and Mrs. Kerr, who had been
visiting in Missoula nnd other western
points, were summoned home Saturday
by a message stating that the former's
father had died in Akron, In. They
left forAkron" Surtday morning. "
The Knights of Columbus will hold a
social dance and card party for their
ladies in the Masonic hall this evening.
The committees have made arrange
ments for all who attend to spend a
While North Platte has a Greek
coloney of about seventy-five, they have
not manifiested any desire to hike out
out for the old country and take up
arms against the threatened invasion
of Greece by the Turks. - ....
On January 12, 1911, Theodore
Roosevelt wrote to President Taft, "I
firmly believe in free trade with
Canada for both economic and political
reason." Now the great shifter is
opposed to either reciprocity or free
trade with Canada.
Miss Evelyn Sandall formerlly of this
city was married yesterday at the
Rome Hotel in Omaha to Mr. Arthur
Stearns of that city. The honeymoon
trip will be to New York and they will
be at home after Nov. 1st.
J. W. Liles, living west of town, wps
on the market Saturday with a load of
apples of the Grimes Golden variety
which were as fine and perfect as any
shipped in from the world famous
orchards of Colorado and Washington.
showld on a rord touring car. And
they are all dollar reasons. You'll get
your full share of Ford profits and
Ford prosperity when you take
advantage of this big price reduction.
Runabout . . $525
Touring car 6oo
Town Car Soo
These new prices, f. o. b. Detroit, with all equip
ment. An early ordor will mean an early delivery.
Get full particulars from Ford Motor Company,
Michigan and Fourteenth Streets -or direct from
HENDY-OGIER GARAGE, Agent,
htroN Platte, Neb.
Local and Personal. '
Mrs. W. R. Maloney and daughter,
went to Salina, Kansas Sunday after
noon lo visit rolatives.
The Pat theatre this week will be in
charge of the DogrtFo of Honor, who
has a large advance gale of tickets.
W. S. Boyce, of '.fjfrand Island, who
is employed with' tU.e Nebraska Tele
phone company, spent Sunday in town
with friends. ,.
Mrs. R. 15. Marble, t OmaliB, form
erly Miss Edith AlUvlhe, of this city ac
companied by her two children arrived
here SatU'dny evening to visit her
sister Mrs. Harry Mitcheil.
While visiting at the Gerkin home in
Wellfloet last wiek Mrs. William
Lannin was thrown from a horse and
sustained a number of internal injuries.
She was taken to St. Luke's hpspital
where an operation was performed Sun
day. At last reports she whb resting
Misses Alma .Morrill and Dorothy
Hinman entertained seven young lady
friends at a theatre party "at the Keith
Friday evening. After, attending the
"Rose of Panama" the guests and
their chaperon wore ontertained ut an
oyster supper at the Morrill home.
A. W. Arnott, of Hinman precinct,
has sent to The Tribune ofiico a sample
of the cabbugeho has grown this sen
son. This particular head, which is
about the nvcrnge size of his crop
stripped of its outside leaves, measures
forty-two inches in circumference.
John J. Halligan returned Friday
frsm Salt Lake City, where he attended
the sessions of the national irrigation
congress as a delegate from Nebraska.
There were seven hundred dologates
present, a large majority of whom
were from states west of the Missouri,
but there weie a few from the far
eastern stntes. A lady represented tho
state of Conneticut.
W. V. Hoagland returned Sunday
night from Salt Lake City where he at
tended the irrigation convention. At
this convention there were but four de
legates from Nebrraska and they woro
all North Platte men. Enroute home
Mr. Hoagland stopped over in Rawlins
and took the depositions of railroad
men in the damage case of Mrs. Huxoll
against the Union Pacific.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hoagland return
ed Saturday from their month's 'visit
in the west. They went direct to Los
Angeles to attend the Grnnd Army re
union and later visited friends in San
Pedro, Long Beach, San Francisco nnd
other points, meeting all told about 100
people who were formerly Nobraskans.
Enroute home they stopped over in
Salt Lake City, where the Judge at
tended the nntional irrigation conven
tion. Card of Thanks We wish to extend
our thanks to the A. O. U. W. the
Degree of Honor., the Lutheran aid
society and friends for the kind
ness shown us during tho illness
and at the funeral of our beloved hus
band and father and for their beauti
ful floral offerings. Signed: Mrs. L.
Rogge.Mr. and Mrs. A. Puschman, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Ruick.
The Lutheran Synod begins tonight
at 8 o'clock. This will be a missionary
meeting. The regular vesper service
will be conducted by the pastor. The
greetings of the local society will be
extended by Mrs. C. B. Harman and
the response by Mrs. F. Bergstresser,
of Lincoln. The annual address by the
president, Miss Matie Martin. Miss
Anna Sanford, missionary to India,
will deliver an addresp on the Lutheran
work in India. Two special musical
numbers by tho choir after which there
will be a reception at the parsonage
for the delegates and any of the church
people who desire to attend. The mis
sionary program next day will be es
especially interesting in the afternoon.
The local mission band exerciscB at
4:15 p. m. Tho evening the Bynod be
gins its sessions. This promises to be
a good week for the Lutherans.
We Take Pleasure in Placing at the Disposal of Our Pat
rons a Complete Line of the
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Our assortment comprises every desirnble Kind in nil sizes for men,
women nnd children. Here are styles and weights suitable for mod
erately cool days ns well ns heavier kinds for the coldest weather.
We handle "Bradley" sweaters because wo consider them the best
possible vnlues for our money nnd our patrons' money. You'll not be
disappointed if your new sweater is n "Bardley.
Wilcox. Department Store
tssj sy ton.rsftTtng TBHTWinsAssaii
Mr rnd Mrs. Alex Meston nnd bnby
nnd Mr. Martin left Saturday for their
now ru-me in Scottsblurt".
Will Lincoln returned yesterday
from a month's visit with friends in
Omaha, Lincoln and Grand Island.
Jnmes Duggan returned this morn
ing from Omaha where he combined
business nnd pleasure for a week.
Miss Maud Jnqucs will leave in n fow
days for eastern citiea of interest to
spend two months with friends.
E A. Garhsch received a message
Saturduy which stated thnthia mother
had died in Los Angeles the day pie
vious Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Elliott will leave
the first of. the week for StCloud, Fin.,
to spend the winter.
Mrs J. M. Berkey, of Davenport,
Neb., arrived a few days ago to visit
her daughter Mrs. M. E. Crosby for a
September the 24th was the lucky
day at die Hub Shoe Dcpt. Bring in
your shoe slips
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter, of Georaina.
Pnnama, who visited Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Dixon last week, left Saturday
for an extended visit in New York and
GO carlonds choice prairie hay for im
mediate shipment during Sept. nnd up
to Oct. 10th. Wire, us if you have any
to ship. Tho Hairington-Plumer Merc.
Co,, 19th & Wazee St., Denver, Colo.
With the Lock Steering Gear, a child
can run the STUDEBAKER with per
fect ease. Sold by J. L. BURKE, Local
Dealer. Phone Black 627. tf
The North Platte
School of Music '
The University School of
Music, Lincoln, Nebraska
Mrs. Elizabeth Bonncr-Cramcr
All the principal branches of Ap
plied and Theoretical Music taught by
Address all inquiries to 122 W. Front
street or phone BlacK 341.
"The Common Law."
Thursday night of this week ourlocal
theatre constituents will have good nnd
sufficient reasons for counting upon a
dramatic treat of more than ordinary
importance at tho Keith in the pre
diction of Robert W. Chambers' celt',
brated work of fiction, "The Common
Law," which tells a remarkable lovi'
story between two people, both gifted
with rare intelligence and powers of
reasoning not usually accorded to most
mortals. Tho man wants to mnrry th
girl and the girl wants to marry th
man, but the girl thinks their position
in life are different, that she belongs to
a different sot than the one of which h
is a member. She fears that the r
marriage will result in mining In
career and making him unhappy. This
is worked out with duo regard to stag"
requirements nnd the result is that the
somewhat simple story Mr. Chambers
has written has been worked up into a
series of gripping situations nnd
thrilling climaxos that speak well for
tho popularity of this new play.
Manager Woods has bestowed tho
greatest possible consideration in
rnnking up the cast for "Tho Common
Law" and tho production, which is
carried in its entirety, moaning nt
only the scenic part, but tho furniture
and furnishing as well are provided on
tn n 'f
pig -fc .
OorBa4 -g 0 y
js a National oank.
Let US talfe cave ofybuv money.
A Xii( ionul lintili is ttjiotuitoO imdor tho
JSntiutiiil IJtmklttiz AaV. Tills luw hmus It tmtlor'
tho tjipar'iiaii of tho 7 rousitry Do)iirtJiioiit oi'
tho Unitod Stntos Ciuvovtitiiont. A rigid oxnntl
iiutioii oi1 tho hnnlc's ui'Vulrs Is iniitlosovornl tltncs
cvory yonr in tho IntoroHt oJ" its tloiosltors.
Do YOUJi lunlclnr with
The First National Bank,
O lf XOli Til I' t, A TTIS, Ar IS UK. SKA .
Tho hiti'frcst linnlc In Wostovn Xohrtiskn.
Simplicity of the New Hudson "37"
The Hudson standard of simplicity is maintained. All oiling plnces
are convenient. Thore are but two grease cups on tho motor. There is
a gauge to show how much gasoline on hand at all time, also n gauge
showing how much lubricating oil is on hand and amount being supplied,
all in sight of the driver. The Hudson in a clean car as far as taking
care of Tt is concerned, no extrn oil dripping around, no necessity of oil
can being used about engine. This should mean much to tho person
taking enre of their own car. The electric equipment of this car is un
surpassed. Everything is convenient for the driver and passengers. Spark conr
trol automatic above 12 miles per hour. You can't mnko tho engine
knock by having tho spark in wrong position. This makes driving easier.
No crank on car you can't get kicked. Car starts readily on second
speed thereby needing only one shift to get into high, still retaining tho
well known advantages of sliding gear construction.
J. S. DAVIS AUTO COMPANY,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Kathryn Stevens in the
Common Law Keith Theatre
Thursday, (Jet 10.
(ly virtue of un order of salt) I Hums I from tho
district court of Lincoln county, Ncliratkn, upon
ili-Krwof fnrwlonure rendrnil In wild court
wlurein Trunk It. Klllott la pliintiir, ami Allwrt
Dolile, ot al lire dufendunta, and to medlroctBd, I
will on tin.' Ulli day of November, 1912, nt 2
o'clock p. in., ut the ofut front door of tlui court
liouiw III North l'lutto, Lincoln county, Ne
lruka, sell nt public auction to thu blithest
bidder for CMh, to Jtatltfy wild decree, Interest
and routs, the following ilMcrlhed property,
to-wlt: rotUliwoMt quarter (iwK) section (thirty,
four (HI) towntblp uixleen (10) ninKo tweuty
nlim (28) want of the th I', M In Lincoln county
Dated North I'latte, Neb , Oct 7 1912
Dine here Today. This Cafe
is the one that will please
your fancy in cleanliness, good
food and service. Prices
Opposite Depot PALACE CAFE
Union Realty and Investment Company.
Paid up Capita! $50,000. Surplus 50,000.00.
-OFriCEHS AND DIRECTOKS-
T. C. PATTERSON, President,
H. BUCHANAN, Sec'y nnd Troas.
First Mortgages on Real Estate Bought, Sold nnd Negotiated.
This compnny is prepared to loan money of investors on first mort
gages on real estate, amply secured nnu drawing eight per cent bemi
annunl Interest. Money bo invested will he exempt from taxation.