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TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR.
NORTH-PLATTE, NEB., OCTOBER 22, 1912.
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TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
Lost Oct. 5th a cross and chain;
finder leave at this office.
Sheriff A. J. Salisbury transacted
legal business in Brady Sunday.
Tim T. Kelihor, of Chicago, is visiting
hischildren at he S,chat2 home.
Elmer Owens will leave this week
for Sioux Falls to accept a- position.
Owen O'Neal, of Sutherland, is spend
ing a few days in town with friends.
Joe Baker returned yesterday after
noon from a visit with friends in Omaha.
The J. S. Davi3 Auto Co. has just
sold a new "Reo The Fifth" to J. M.
Calhoun. J
Mrs. Florin Muchlinski and baby are
spending this week" with friends in
Hershey.
Mrs. Henry Kosbau and children' are
spending a few days in Hershey with
relatives.
.Miss Mabel Anderson began work in
the North Platte Kandy kitchen yester
day morning.
William Turpie returned yesterday
morning from Omaha where he spent
last week on business.
Mrs. Isaac Nowtbn, of Wellfleet, who
visited her son L. D. Ntwtonand family
last week left Sunday.
John Pi-ulo or" the North Platte
Kandy Kitchen went to Omaha Sunday
evening to spend ten .days.
Con Walker and son Edward left
.yesterday morning for Glenburnio to
spend a few days on business.
A baby boy was born yesterday at
the Physicians and Surgeons Hospital
to Mr. and Mrs. Loy Ebright.
Glen Lorimer returned yesterday
from Denver where he attended the
Mountain and Plain Festival last week.
Thomas Cunningham, of Mount Rose,
Colo., left today after spending two
weeks with his sister Mrs. James Shea.
The 500 club will be entertained this
evening by Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Seeber
ger and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stuart at
the Seeberger home.
Copyright, it)i2. A. B. Kirttkbautn Co.
REM
If it has the Lock Steering Gear (The only safe
kind) you can count on it being a
Phone Black 627, J. L. Burke
Local Dealer.
-it has to be a garment a
man feels he looks well in;
must be up-to-the-minute
in style and finish.
Kirschbaum
Overcoats
are fashioned on this double
comfort principle. The
most cutting wind has little
effect on the. man snuggled
away in one of these, big,
luxurious, hand-tailored all
wool models.
And, as for looks the
man who burns up his
dollars in
tailoring,
costly custom-
dresses
in no
correct style.
$15 to $45
WIENGAND'S
THE QUALITY PLACE.
Jack Robbins returned Saturday
from Cheyenne where he spent several!
weeks.
Frank Bretzer and son Henry left
yesterday morning for New York City
where they were called by the death
of the former's father.
The pupils of the schools held a rally
on1 Friday ovening, The merchants
wore called upon and generously do
nated to .he foot ball fund.
Mrs. Sullivan and granddaughter
Josephine Patton, of Cedar Rapids,
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
James Hart will leave this week.
Frank Tagader left a few days ago
for Omaha to work? in a packing house
for several weeks after which he will
open a meat market in Ogalalla.
George White and son Alvin of
Sutherland spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Will Hawley while enroute to
Chicago where the boy will be placed
under the care of Dr. J. B. Murphy.
Evangelist Knowles addressed a large
audience of men at the Keith theatre
Sunday afternoon, using as his subject
the "Seven Devils of North Platte."
The address has been highly compli
mented. Just think of the money you can
save purchasing your hat at the Parlor
Millinery Saturday, 300 East 3rd St.
w! E. Shuman, who purchased the
Felix Simon house in the' east end, has
sold the same to Mrs. Louisa Loan, of
Gothenburg. It will be occupied by
Photographer Brooks, who married
Mrs. Loan's daughter.
Miss Lena Baskins left yesterday
morning forDotroit where she will at
tend the council meeting of the G Iris
Friendly Society after which she will
go to Williamsport, Pa., to spend sev
eral weeks with relatives.
The most important feature on an
automobile is the steering gear propo
sition and yet how desperately ignorant
the motoring public seem to be upon
this very important subject. The lock
steering gear on the Studebaker Mh
worth its weight ingoldin comparison to
all other cars about town as to safety
and easy operation. J. L. BUKKE,
1 Phone black 627 Local Dealer.
EMBER
Local and Personal
Mrs. Dell Huntington will entertain
the D. of II. social club today.
Guy Swopc will leave Sunday for
Omaha to sorve on the Grand Jury.
Miss Loretta Murphy of the Hershey ,
schools spent the week end with her
parents.
Mrs. Franzeen left this morning for
Sutherland to Bpcnd several days with
relatives.
The Presbyterian Ladies will hold
their annual fair nnd Bupper Decem
ber 6th.
Mrs. W. H. Combs left yesterday
morning for Brady, to visit her grand
daughter.
Mrs. John McGraw returned yester
day from a short visit with Omnha
friends.
Mrs. Harry Fleishman will entertain
the M. M. M. Club at a Halloween
Party tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gaunt are re
joicing over the arrival of a bnby boy
at their home yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Fred Elliott returned this morn-"
ing from Omaha. She visited last week
with her two sons who reside 'there.
Clifford De Mqtt, of Scotts Bluffs,
visited the Van Doran family Saturday
and while hero purchased a now Buick
car at the Davis Garage.
Those having fruit for the Masonic
hall please send to the Masonic hall,
Friday, October 25th.
Committee.
The Lutheran Aid Society will bo
entertained Thursday .afternoon by
Mrs. Frank Bretzer assisted by Mrs.
Bunell and Mrs. Schwerdt.
A social will be held this evening at
the Knox home 314 W. 1st St., for tho
members of Mrs. Schiller's Sunday
School Class and their husbands.
The first meeting of the Harmony
Club this season will be held Friday
evening when they will be the guests
Mesdames Herbert and Ernest Tramp.
Miss Deiight Miles who had been at
tending the Rebekah Assembly at Lin
coln spent Sunday in town with Miss
Lois Payne on her way to her home at
Paxton.
Bratt & Goodmad loan money on
real estaste to help you build or buy,
Either on two to five years time or out
of their Building & Loan Association
which can be paid back same as rent.
See them.
John Bryan, field agentfor tho Grand
Island sugar factory, will in the future
mnki his trips in a Ford automobile.
The factory has oroyided each of its
four field men with a car.
Why runall over town trying to rent
a house when I can sell you one on
terms practically the same aa rent. The
only difference is when you leave the
rented house, you have a nice bunch of
receipts, nnd when you buy a house on
my easy terms, you got your money
back by selling the house, when you
want to leave. I have several bar
gains of this kind. C. F. Temple.
Stephen Wells, colored, of the neigh
borhood of Brady, is in the custody of
Sheriff Salisbury charged with assault
ing his wife and awaiting the conse
quence of the assault. The decision of
the cpurt will depend upon the serious
ness of her injuries. Wells was ar
rested for attacking hiswife and strik
lng"her with a neck yoke, cutting deep
gashes on her head and body and break
ing one of tho bones in her hand. He
claims hat his wife was unfaithful and
her actions with another man gave
him just cause for attack.
If needing life insurance it will pay
you to see Bratt & Goodman and se
cure one of their policies in The Mutal
Life. Get the best and the cheapest.
Thei Catholic Girls Club were enter
tained at tho Ottenstein homelasteven
ing. Card tables were arranged for
thirty-two guests and five hundred was
played. The highest scores being made
by Miss Alice Sullivan she was given a
hand painted plate. After the card
games a business meeting was held and
Miss Edna Sullivan elected president.
The refreshments were daintily served
in two courses by the entertainment
committee which was the Misses Ida
Ottenstein, Lucy Dunn, Gertrude
Walker, Mesdames Will Hnwley and
James Hart. Guests of the club were
Mrs. Costello, of Elycria, Misses
Richardson and Laura Murray.
Accidents and Sickness
will come to the best of us. Insuranco
against accidents and sickness is be
coming more popular every day, and
when written by reliable companies,
is one of tho best forms of insurance '
carried. The Maryland Casualty Com
pany is a leader in this line. We have
1 our own doctor and I settle my own
losses. C. F. Temple, Agent.
Fursl Furs!
J. II. Kelly, representing Henry E. I
Thomson, tho Omaha manufacturer of
fine furs, has on display at G. G. Mc
Kay's store an exceptionally fine lino
of furs. Mr. Kelly will be here today,
Wednesday and Thursday and invitea
tho Indies to call.
For Rent.
Houses, furnished and unfinished
rooms, storage space and. safe deposit
box
cs.
Bratt & Goodman.
Will Remodel Building.
J. A. McMicheal began yesterday to
remodel the O'Hare bnilding on Dewey
street lately vacated by the Doolittle
bakery. Tee improvements will .consist
of a new pressed brick front, metal
ceiling, new floor and a cement block
rar addition 10x22.
When these improvements are com
pleted Mrs. O'Hare will occupy tho
building with a bakery, fruit and con
fectionery store. '
Bratt & Goodman have a few select
first mortage real estate loans in sum
of $300.00 and upwards, interest 7 to
8 per eent payable semiannually. The
best and safest investment for your
idle money. Call on. them.
Gothenburg Easy Prey.
In the game of foot ball Saturday
afternoon between the North Platte and
Gothenburg high schools, tho former
won by a score of thirty-three to noth
ing, while there were a number ol
good plays, the game as a whole was
rather loosely played, each tenm making
fumbles, and these were supplemented
by a strong wind that made the fielding
difficult. Tho North Platte team did not
have much trouble in getting through
and around the visitors' line. A good
sized crowd largely students wit
nessed the game.
The team goes to Kearney next Fri
day to play the high school team, which
promises to be nhnrd fight for the boys
Important to Farmers.
Of all policies of insurance that
tVcre is a difference in, it is tha farm
policy. The only thing .that is the
same in all farm policies is the price
you pay for them, so you should see
that you got the best. Tho Notional
Union Fire Insurance Company issues
one of the most liberal policies issued
in the stato today, and I can prove it,
if you will let me compare it with your
present policy, uon't wait until your
present polioy-expireB, but bring it in
now and let us compare them, thea
when it does expire you will know
where to get your insurance Jin the
future. C. F. Temple.
7(5-2 District Agent.
Revival Notes.
The evangelistic meetings continue nt
the Christian church with seeming un
abated interest. Throe (meetings were
hold during Sunday: a men's meeting
at the Keith was woll attended and said
by some to be the best attended of any
of its kind in many years in tho2 city.
The two meetings at the church were
well attended and splendid interest
shown. Eight persons united them
selves with tho church during the dayi)
Last night Mr. Lotmis occupied the pul
pit and Mr. Knowles led in the Bong
service. The sermon subject was "For
giveness" and wns considered in all its
phasos. At tho invitation four came
forward. At the baptismal service six
were immersed, ono coming by confes
sion at that time, making fivejjjfor the
day. To date thirty-three have come
forward, either by confession jor by
statement, having been membersjelse
where. Tonight the subject of the ser
mon will be "The Ungrateful Child" or
"The Doy That Left J Home." Illus
trated songs each night. The meetings
will close on Sunday night. On Monday
night an illustrated lecture willbo given
by Mr. Knowles.
Back to the Land, Is the Cry of the
Day.
Now is Your Opportunity.
80 acres of improved land. All good
farmland, with 4 room frame house.
Good barn for C head of horses. Fenced
and across fenced. GG acres in cultiva
tion this year. Only 0 miles from this
city. Value $2,000.00. will trade for city
property of from $2,000.00 to $3,000.00
in value.
See mo at once, as thi3 will only be
on the market a short timo. If not sold
or traded soon, it will be rented for next
year, then it will bo ofT tho market.
C. F. Tkmple.
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GEO. D. DENT,
Physlcion and Surgeon,
Office over McDonald Bank.
Phones Office 130
1 hones Residenco 11B
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. FOR EXCHANGE
City property for improved land and
improved land to trade for city prop
erty. Bratt & Goodman.
Hcskett Sells Ranch.
T. E. Heskett, who has been con-,
ducting n ranch north of Sutherland for
a score or more years, has sold his land
consisting of 2240 acres to Emory Dike-
mnti nnil Tvntt .Intinann Mfliri rnln rvnu-
' nepsion next Anril. Mr. Heskett will
sell his horses and cattle next spring.
Tom Heskett In 1889 arrived in North
Platte driving a lank team attached to
an old huckster wagon, and tho first
thing he did after reaching hero was to
pawn a blanket for a gquarcmeal. He
worked at day's work until ho earned
enough money to take a homestead, and
later managed to buy up a few sheep.
He increased his flock as fast as ho
could; bought more land and when
Tom Heskett leaves Lincoln county next
spring he will take with him $35,000 or
$40,000.
A social dance will be held in the
Masonic Hall to-morrow evening under
the management of Messrs. Corbin
Jones and David Ryan.
A section of a board fenco and the
roof of a barn on J offers lot in the
fourth ward were slightly damaged by
flA Cllvfinr OanltifT 'fli notion 1
me uawuiuujr u v ciiiii A tic bftUOD JL
the fire is unknown.
Demonstration.
Let us show you the now Vacuum
Sweeper. If too busy just phone and
we will giye you demonstration at your
home. Schatz
GETTING AHEAD.
When th officers of this bank see u depositor mak
ing sternly gains in his balances, our confidence in
him grows.
When n depositor who has won our confidence re
quires money with which to develop his business our
large resources enable us to jjivcrim oil the credit
his financial condition warrants.
The merchant, the manufacturer, the builder, the
fanner who does business at this bank, receives its
financial support when he needs it
We invite all who want the co-opernlion of a strong
resourceful bank to become depositors of the
McDonald State Bank,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
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Don't let the flumes t uir r 'noney
spoil the pleasure ol tn n ':. Ine
economical Ford will lake you tuere
at minimum cost And us purchase
price won't puncture your pocketbok
beyond repair.
Runabout : $525
Tou ring car 6no
Tow;i Car . . . . . . Sno
Theso new prices, f. 0. b. Detroit, with all equip
ment. An early order will Mnean an early delivery.
Get full particulars from Ford Motor Company,
Michigan and Fourteenth Streota or direct from
factory, Detroit.
HENDY-OGIER GARAGE, Agent,
North Platte, Neb.
STEP IN
Opposite Depot
Notice for Bids.
Notice is hereby given that bids will
bo recoived for tho ninety-ono unsold
residence lots in tha Trusteo's nnd
Riverdale additions, until October 21th,
1912. The map showing all theso lots
may bo obtained at tho office ctf J Wm.
E, Shumnn. whore bids may also bo
filed. Tho Trustee desires to sell, all of
those lota In bulk to the highest bidder.
Right reserved to reject nnv and nil
bids. WM. E. ShumAM.
ams.
9x15 Bnlo Ties, per bundle $ 1.15
Barb Wiro per 100 pounds 2.80
Wido Tire Wagons 70.00
At Hershoy's corner Fif th and Locust
Btreets. Phone 15.
CSV!
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CRYSTAL
To -Night
PICTURES
His Windmill.
Mr. Pickwicks Predicam,
ent. The Cotv Boy's Mother.
Admission IOC
Dine here Today. This Cafe
is the one that will please
your fancy in cleanliness, good
food and service. Prices
reasonable.
PALACE CAFE
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