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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., OCTOBER 18, 1912.
have all the marks of garments of best qualllty, with none of
the glitter of cheapness. They are fashioned from richest
weaves in models that appeal to men of good taste.
We want our customers to know that we have thoroughly investigated
the worth of these Kirschbaum clothes. We believe that the value in these
suits and overcoats to be far greater than any similar-priced clothes in
to9 wiiStJ fp2o
Copyright, 1912. A. O. KirKhbaum Co
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fabrics, every one of which is" All-Wool" acid-tested.
They are fautlessly tailored every important detail being worked in by
hand. After six months' wear you will find a Kirschbaum garment as
perfect in shape, as correctly fitting, as the day it was purchased.
Here are models of youthful design; snappy; cheering and businesslike.
The kind of clothes men know they look as well in as they feel.
The Kirschbaum Guaranty is your assurance perfection of in weave and
fit: orfyour money returned.
' The Quality Place.
Keith Theatre Sunday
TQ N ONOL, "V
Seve& Devils of North Platte
To Help You Remember the Fire Whistle
will blow at 2:30. The lecture begins 30
minutes later. You will be welcome.
II TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
.Bishop George A. Beucher, of Kenr-
"uey, was in the city Wednesday enroute
y; to the western part or the state.
"';t . Thomas Horan. Jr., formerly of this
" city, came up from Omaha yesterday
to spend a few days with friends.
- , Ray Amett rvnd Jesse' Bennett, of
1 ' Hershey, came down last evening to
attend the boxing match at the Lloyd.
Mrs. Edna Brown returned to Her-
" shey Wednesday after a short visit
with her mother Mrs. Leonard Cornett.
' , ' Lot McGovern do it. Do What? Rc-
J pair that stove for you.Htesidence 1095
LocuBt, Phono 390. Star "Stove Repair
Sam Farmer, of Boulder, who had
been visiting Efs son Frank' Farmer and
i - f -,wie.fc;r iayeral, days returned home
"jg ' last evening.
'' Bertda'rrijjan and MisaBelba Bert-
' - nettweif? m'arried'at Oshkosh Wednes-
.i. dav eveninbV Rev. C. H. Miller of
i Judge Grimps convened a term of
"" y district court in Ogalalla, yesteiday
1 whichjs being attended by several of
tho local attorneys.
' Robert Chamberlain who has been on
his father's ranch all summer went Jo
Lincoln the firBt of the week to reenter
the agricultural college.
Mr. and Mra. Oman Hun" returned
last evening from their honeymoon trip
of four weeks. While away they visited
in Omaha, Chicago and Evanston, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Redmond, of
Los Angeles, will arrive today for B
ten days' visit with Mr. Redmond's
parents. Clarence now holds a lucra
tive position with tho passenger depart-
ment of the San Pedro road.
Word came to the city a few days
ago that IV M. Akers, president of the
Colorado Milling and Mining Company,
died in Denver of cancer. The remains
were takea to his former home in Mill
rsburg, la. For a number of yoars
Mr. Akers visited frequently in this
city and sold shares to many local
On account of inability to secure the
hall, Miss O'Haro has concluded to
abandon her proposed dancing school.
Mrs. McGuire and daughter Hazel,
of Cheyenne, will arrive from the east
this afternoon and remain several days
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mr3. George Roberts and daughter
Mildred, of Maxwell, visited in town
last evening with Mrs. Charles Stamp
while enroute to Edgemont, S. D., to
JJio Platte Valley Land and Cattle
Co., which owns a yast body of land
north and west of Maxwell, have con
cluded to place about thirty thousand
acres on the market.
William Adair returned Wednesday
evening from .a two weeks' stay in New
Mexico during which he purchased
several thousand head of sheep for his
ranch at Kearney.
One of the B. & M. houses formally
owned by Dr. McCabe, but 'lately
bought by Mr. Rigger, was put on a
foundation today on west Sixth street.
After being repaired and painted will
make a nice home.
It is said that no additional track be
tween Chuppell and Cheyenne will be
placed in service this winter. The com
pany is short several hundred cars of
ballast to complete the work biftwoen
Julesburg and Chappell.
Don't take kidney pills just because
your back aches, lend us your washing
and your troubles will be ovor.s
DICKEY'S SANITARY LAUNDRY.
"Your Bosom Friend."
Many inquiries for homesteads are
being made at the local United States
land office, but unfortunately for the
would-be applicants there is scarcely
any vacant land in the district. The
land still remaining is in small tracts,
and not of a very desirable class.
Ed. Ferguson, -wKb shot Will Foister
mnn in McPherson county last spring,
has been acquitted by the jury hearing
the case. It will bo remembered that
iMesterman was brought to a North
PJatte hospital given treatment .for a
couple of months, and then returned
Mrs. Thomas Cunningham is
ing today in Sutherland.
Attorney M. E. Crosby is spending
the day in Ogalalla on legal business,
William Johnson, of Kearney, who
spent the first of this week in town left
Mis3 Alice Hoagland returned thia
morning from Lincoln after spending a
week with relatives.
Attorney J. G. Beeler returnedj' ttiis
morning from Lincoln and left on a
later train for Ogalalla.
Mrs. Norman Edwards, of Brady,
came up this morning to visit her
mother, Mrs. W. T. Banks.
I BMen's washing wanted at 121 Eat
11th St. Phone Red 4G0. ,75-G
Mr. and Mrs. Berkey. of Davenport,
Nebr., who visited their daughter Mrs.
M. E. Crosby have returned home .
Bruce Brown left on the morning
train for Chappell to spend a couple of
days on business for the telephone com
pany. " Mr. and Mrs. Jumes Hartman and
children returned this morning from
Cozad and Gothenburg where they
visited this week.
Singer Underwood, who had been as
sisting in the revival services at thev
Christian church, loft Wednesday night
for Enfd, Okla.
Rev. Mr. Loomis will urrivo from
Winona, Minn., today and will look over
the field with a view of locating as
pastor of the Christian church.
Weather forecast fair tonight and
Saturday, cooler tonight. Highest tem
perature yesterday 80; a year ago 73.
Lowest temporature last night 40; a
year ago 37.
The fields of winter wheat in Cotton
wood and Gaslin precincts are in splen
did condition, the ground being thickly
matted with the growing grain. The
acreage appears to be largei than
Mr. and Mrs. .Edwurd, Davis visited
in Lincoln this week the former attend
ing the Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F. En
route home thoy were summoned to
Schuyler to nttend the funeral of a rel
ative. Several cars of sugar beets from tho
Hershey section pass east to the Grand
Island factory each day. The Lincoln
county crop of beets wlll.be between
15,000 and 20,000 tons, for which the
growers 'receive five dollars per ton
Local and Personal
At a meeting of the Tato lodge No.
W A. O. U. W. on Monday, Oct. 28, a
class of fifteen will be taken in,
Misi Mary Tighe returned last even
ing from. a six wteks' visitin Galveston,
.Tex., New Orleans and other interest
Cards were received in town onnounc-
ing the marriage of Miss Daisy Barlow, '
ofGering, to Ray C. Eyeily, of Her
shey at tho homo of the bride on Tues
day evening, Oct, 22nd.
Evangelist Knowles, who is conduct
ing the services at the Christinn church,
will lecture to men only at tho Keith
theatre Sunday afternoon at three
o'clock. Jlis-subiect will be "Seven
Devils of North Platte." All men are
Yesterday Gandy citizens appeared
beforo the railway commission at Lin
coln nnd argued in favor of the U. P.
building n depot at Gandy. The rail-
Cnd company opposes building a depot
cause it would b so closo to Staple-
ton, and hence is not reolly needed by
the traveling public.
"Tho Voices of tho Women" is tho
subject of the Missionary cantata to bo
given at the Baptist church Sunday
evening by the women of the mission
circle. Ten women in foreign costume
together with illustrated missionary
songs will provido an instructive even
ing. Public invited.
Reports received by the United
States .National bank of Omaha from
900 bankB and elevators in the state,
plnces the yield of corn at ninety-six
per cent of a normal crop. The season's
yield of wheat is 12J per cent above the
moral crop. Here in Lincoln county tho
Average yield of corn is said to be above
the normal, but much of it is soft.
The boxing match at the Lloyd opera
house last evening drew a largo crowd.
The principals were Kid Brown, of this
city and Kid Rodgors, of Alliance.
Brown being outclassed from tho start
gave up in the tenth roun'l nnd tho de
cision was given Rodgers. Fred Oui
mctte rofereed the match. The pre
liminaries between Brown and Carroll
Manager Stamp, of the opera house,-
has no bookings of traveling companies
until the 9th of next month. He has,
however, secured a stock company for
the week beginning next Monday. This
company has been playing for five
weeks at Tom Green's theatre in
Grand Island and is highly endorsed by
Mr. Green and all who have seen the
performance they put up. The com
pany has seven or eight members.
CLUBS AND SOCIETY.
Tho 500 Club will bo entertained
Tuesday evening of next week by Mrs.
h. F. beebergor iuui,Mrt. W. J.Stuart
at tho horn of tho former.
. Tho Girls Friendly Society were
pleasantly entertained on Tuesday even
ing by Miss Syblo Gnntt. A couple of
hours were spent in games snd music.
Refreshments were served.
The J. D. club was plonsantly en
tertained lust ovening by Mrs. Rusacl
Wyman nt cords, first prize being won
by Miss Minnie Lowe nnd second by
Miss Lena Baskms. An elaborate two
course lunch was served nt midnight.
Misses Mae Walker and Villa
Whitaker wero hostesses to tjio Young
Ladies Bridge club lust evening at Miss
Walker's home. Nicely prepared re
freshments were served in two courses
after the gumes.
Local friends received an announce
ment of tho mnrringo of Miss Elizabeth
Green, of Geneva, nnd Michcal Lene
ham, of Lafayette, Ind., in the latter
city on October 9th. Mrs. Lenoham re
sided here last winter with her uncle
W. T. Green.
Miss Hannah Kelihor assisted by
Mesdames J. B. Hnyes, E. F. Soeber
gcr and A. B. Hongland entertained the
Indian Card Club Wednesday afternoon
at the home of the former. 500 was
played and the first prize, tho custom
ary silver fork, was nwarded Miss Nell
Bratt. Mrs. Charles Hcrrod was given
second honors. The refreshments wore
Must Sell Quick.
Improved G10 ncres farm and grazing
land, west of Stapleton, wili take $6.25
pec acre if sold before Oct. 20th. Will
consider good city property as part
payment. O. II. TiioEi-ncKE.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for representative o, Lincoln
county on the democratic ticket. I am in
favor of electing the U. S. senator by
the direct vote of the people nnd will
support any bill or uphold any law that
appeals to me and is sanctioned by the
Lincoln county voters regardless of
politics or parties, should I be elected
to that honorable position on Nov. 5th,
1912. C. B. Scm.Eiciinu.
Back to the Land, Is the Cry of the
Now is Your Opportunity.
80 acres of improved land. All good
farmland, with 4 room framo house.
Good born for G head of horses. Fenced
nnd across fenced. 06 acres in cultiva
tion thia year. Only 6 miles from this
city. Value $2,000.00, will trado for city
property of from $2,000.00 to $3,000.00
See nie at once, aa this will only be
on tho murket n short time. If not sold
or traded soon, it will be rented for next
year, then it will bo off the murket.
C. F. Templi:.
To - Night
Cooper and Hartman.
Novelty Chair Dancing.
A number of ladies wore entertained
at a konslngton on Tuesday afternoon
by Mrs. Patrick McGraw.
Tho Philathca club of the Presby
terinn church will be entertained this
evening at a kensington at the hame
of Miss Edilh Kitner. All girls of
fifteen years or past who nro members
of tho church or are interested" in it
nro cordially invited to attend.
Twonty-fivo members of the Christian
bible class wero entertained very pleas
antly last evening by AJUs Innn Barrn
clough. After spending n couple of
hours in gomes, contest nnd music the
guests wore served with n nice lunch.
Caidshavo been rocelvod in tho city
announcing tho marriage of Miss
Amnnda Held anil Walter Costello, of
Grand Island two young people well
known in this city. The ceremony will
take place at St. Louis Cathedral Oct.
23 in Council Bluffs Mdtfia AVeddlng
breakfast will be'BerveiWJrtr. Jb'McV
Kelihor, sisterrof tlie"!urlifo7 fJTho' iwm
holds a position in orfe1 of tne Grand
Island bankB and they will xnnko their
homo thoro. Tho Costello family form
erly lived here,
Have you seen'our'new napkin mar-
kers in sterling silver: DIXON,
Money to Loan. ,
on furnlture.plnnos or any thing of good
valuo on your plain note if steadily em
ployed; pay back in small weekly r(
monthly paymentft. Mrs. B. F. Wilcox
son510 East 4th St. Office in residence,
hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
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Olllce over McDonald Bnnk.
Phones I Office 130
l nones j. Re8ldenco 115
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When tho officers of this bunk see a depositor mak
ing steady Jains inliis balances, our confidence in
When a depo&itor who lias won our confidence re
quires money 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 v
fanner who does business at this bunk, receives its
financial supportrwhenho needs it., ,
We invite all who want the co-operation of a strong
resourceful bank to become depositors" of the
McDonald State Bank.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
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