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IH P k -UMlg riki WUtPi II ' TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTFE, NEB., SEPTEMBER 23, i9i3. No." 70 - ife Jjtorift patte j . r Local and Personal Miss Nellie Small has returned from a visit with rolativeB in. Gothenburg. Henry Walker of Flats has ordered n black Buick B25 touring car of the J. S. Davis Auto Co. The Home Missionary Society of the Methodist church will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. A. P. Kelly, Wanted Washings or house cleaning. Inquire 920 East 2nd St. Henry Yost returned Sunday evening from Sycamore Springs where he took medical treatment for a couple of weeks. Everett Roberts son of Trot Roberts, of Maxwell, died Sunday after a pro tracted illness. The funeral was held at Maxwell yesterday. The regular social meeting of the Episcopal guild will be held Thursday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Geo. T. Field. W. B. Brown has returned from n trip to Philadelphia. Mrs. Brown, who accompanied him east, will remain there for a couple of months. For Salo Cheap, base burner in ex cellent condition, Mrs. E. Blankenburg, Phone Red 448. G8-2 The Hemphill job printing plant will be moved the early part of next week to the front part of the York feel store on Locust street. The rooms vacated by Mr. Hemphill will be occupied by the fire department. F. J. Diener&Co., Real Estate and Insurance. Farm and city property for sale. tf R. F. Stuart moved yesterday to the house he recently purchased on west Third street and to which he made a number of improvements. The house he vacated will be occupied by Frank Hatch. Stoughton Wagons at Hershey's. tf Sheriff Salisbury was notified yes terday that Leypoldt & Wickstrom's office at Hershey had been burglarized Sunday night and eighty or ninety dollars taken. The Show store rwas .also broken into, but goods of-little con sequence taken. A policy taken out now in the Mutual Life of New York mtans great returns on a small investment, made on easy payments. 1 Bratt & Goodman, District Agents. read: Baked from Wins First Prize at Successful Baking m Occident Flour MOST people think all flour is clean because it looks clean. When wheat comes to the mill the crease in the wheat kernel is full of dirt. Unless every kernel is washed, and scoured, and the flour thoroughly purified by the most modern machinery, the dirt is ground up with the wheat, remains in the flour, and goes into the bread. You then pay for the dirt in the flour, so much per pound, and of course the dirt has no food value. Bread "made from cheap flour which is not clean con tains less nourishment, it gets stale quicker and costs the family more in the end than bread made from higher priced flour. The Guaranteed Flour is made from such high quality wheat scouring anu puruying processes tnat we are able to put a Money-Back Guarantee In every sack. We guar antee OCCIDENT Flour to make whiter, lighter, better tasting bread, biscuit, cake and pastry than any other flour, and more of it per sack. If It falls to please you for all baking, your money will be refunded without Costs More argument- XXT-U, li. OCCIDENT bread, Wortn It because of Its extra cleanliness, stays fresh and sweet longer than other bread. ?ou can bake a double batch. This saves the work and fuel expense of many bak ing days. Every housewife should test the extra great advantages of OCCIDENT Flour. Send for Oar Free Booklet, "Better Baking" Russell-Miller Milling Co., Minneapolis, U. S. A. Lierk-Sandall Co. Mayor Evans returned this morning from a' business trip to Lincoln and Kansas City after an absence of a week Electric Weld Fencing at Hershey's. disbanded Saturday, uurfng tiie sea Mrs. Richard Osborne of Evanston son t,hc tc,a,m Pln'd tty-txto games, came this morning to visit her son, I inning thirty-eight and losing four, a George Osborne and family for two ! Per centn8 ; f W5, a record probably weeks. not equalled by any other team In the Monarch Malleable Iron Ranges at tf Hershey's. Attorney Shumcn, who had been transacting business in Lincoln and Kansas City for a week, returned home yesterday. , W. V. Hoagland Is elevating his resi dence in the west end and will placo a now foundation thore under. Other improvements will be made. Mrs. William MalonoySr., will leave in a few days for Boone nnd Scranton, la., to spend several weeks with her daughter and other relatives. Otto Thoelecko left this morning on a business trip to Dickens. He took along a gun and dog nnd expected to shoot a few chickens enroute. Wanted By experienced man and wife, place to work on ranch. Howard Blackledge, 409 west Eleventh St. 69-4 The two Mexicans who attacked Samuel Clark last week, were tried in the county court Friday and found guilty. Each received a fine of ten dollars and costs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mehlmann, who were married two weeks ago in Cres ton, la., have returned from their honeymoon trip in eastern cities nnd are receiving the congratulations of friends. Automatic Electric Washers at Her shey's. tf The Catholic Girls club met last even ing ut the home of their director, Mrs. James Hart, and spent a couple of hours pleasantly in card games. Six tables were used in playing five hundred nnd prizes given to Misses Ethel Frye and Lucy Dunn. Enjoyable refreshments were served after the games. Assist ing in serving were Misses Nell Hanni 'fin, Gertrude Rebhausen, Kathleen Flynn and Mrs. Will Hawley. Wanted, Middle aged lady for housekeeper in family with three children. Good home me In and good wages to the right party quire at C. M. Newton's store Occident Flour the County Fair. Guaranteed and goes through so many washing, Sole Agents. Here's a Baseball Record. The North Platte ball team closed the season last Friday and tho team i stnto. xno percentage o: trie pucnors also stood unusually high. Maupln pitched seventeen games and last two; McCluro lost two out of thirteen, Mil ler, Willey nnd Fritts each pitched two and lost none. Tho members of the team wcro nil gentlemanly boys, both on and off the diamond, thoy nil ployed to win, there was no jealousy and if North Platto so cures a berth In the state loaguo next season, we arc sure that all the ball en thusiasts would welcome th return of every member of this season's team. Here's hoping tho boys may pass a pleasant winter and next senson, wherever they piny, may they bo as suocessfui as during the past season. Round House Ready Oct. 15th The date on which tho now round house and coal chutes will be placed in service is now named at Octobor ft 5th. The present round houso forco is now 130, seventy of whom work days and sixty nt night. Foreman McGraw saya that when the new round house is in operation this forco will need be in crease mere may not ue any more- men employed, but some of the em ployes who are now clnssed as shop men will work at the new round house. Ten thousand dollars' worth of lathes, drills und other machines will bo in stalled, and these will require skilled labor, and the operators will be taken from the shops. Eventually the round houso circle will bo completed, and when thiB is done the space f five stalls will be used as machine shops. This practically means closing up the prosent shops. The old round houte will be used for storage purposes; engines that are needed for service only in tho rush seosonswill be kept there instead of left standing-on out-of-the-way tracks. For Sale. Largo size hard coal baso burner stove. Good as new. C. F. Tracy, 914 west 4th. (19-2 Sunday School Convention. The Lincoln County Sunday School Convention closed a very interesting convention Sunday evening aftor a two days' session. Delegates were present from a number of towns and precincts of tho county. Among the state Sunday school workers present, were Mr. Kim berly, president of the state association and Miss Margaret Brown, tho state secretury. In the election of officers for the en suing year E. W. Crane was chosen president to succeed J. H. Edmisten, who proved nn energetic and tireless worker during the past year. We have money to loan to help you build or buy a Lome, or a farm. Call and see us. Bratt & Goodman. Mrs. Myron Witchem of Denver, nee Miss Marie Tolm of this city, will go thru tomorrow evening to Boston to yisit relatives for several weeks. Mr. Witchem will accompnny her and upon their return they will bo guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Herrod. The local ball team disbanded Satur day and' the players left Sunday for their respective homes. Scott Dye, Charles Melker and Geo. Miller went to Lincoln, Edward Iiright to Johnston, Joe Maupin to Rockford, Mo., Brewer to Alliance, Willy to Hastings and Carrig to Kearney. E. H. Springer, who was appointed commissioner to suncoed Geo. Roberts resigned, came up from Brady yoster day, and as chairman of the board signed the warrants for claims allowed ten days ago. Mrs. S. F. Brigga, of Epworth, Kan., came a few days ago to visit her sister, Mrs. H. E. Welsh and family. Mr. and Mr. V. P. Snyder have gone to Hayes Center to visit relatives for a week or longer. When the name of Bralt & Goodman is written on a policy that policy is good for every dollar it calls for and every condition named therein. The American Rostaurant opened Thursday and is now entirely sanitary kitchen tiled floor and steel coiling and walls painted. Dining room wood work painted and everything about the placo absolutely clean, sanitary and wholesome, G9-2 Despondency. Is often causod by indigestion and constipation, and quickly disappears wnenjnamDeriaini Tablets are taken, NEW FALL APPAREL ifi 1181lir mm? Local and Personal Mrs. Frank Trout loft this morning for Medicine Bow. Tiger Press Drills at Hershey's. tf Tho Mothers' Club will meet Friday afternoon at the North Platte School of Music. Miss Irma Huffman loft Sunday for Omaha where she will enter an elocu tion school. Geo. M. Smith went to Sutherland this morning to spend the day on busi ness. James Abbott of Hershey hap ordered a black Buick B25 touring car of tho J. S. Davis Auto Co. "Jack" Ballard, now a-farmor and stock grower of Dickens precinct, is visiting frionds in town today. The county commissioners will con vene In session tomorrow to transact such business as may come before them Mr. and Mrs. AkxjMeston and baby, who have rosided In "Scotts Bluffs for some time, are visiting with local friend this jkvoek. , - Miss 'NftlllcjiBaldwin of Sacramento, Cal who visited Mr. and Mrs. Steve Baldwin whilo enroute home from Omaha, left this morning. Miss Ada Boutwell, who had been visiting in Topekn, Kansas for several weeks with relatives, has returned home and resumed work in the Sebastian office. Bratt & Goodman are offering great bargains in yacant lots, nice homes, farms and farm land. This is the time to buy. Drugs. For all acute or chronic diseases, the indicated Homeopathic remedy always the safest, nuickest and best. IN nits and More New Garments have come in during the last few days in the very newest effects, and aae ready for your inspection. A comparison will prove to any lady the superiority of our garments. We invite you to come and justify our claim that we are showing the right styles, the right models at the right prices. FALL In the season's most $12.60, $15, $20 Fall Coats Most appealing models in endless Av a r i e t y of styles and cloths at $6.50 to $37.50 New Silk Petticoats in Mcssaline and Jersey tops in all - the new shades from $1.98 up NEW SKIRTS Largest assortment in the shades and latest styles at $2.98 to NORTH PLATTE'S ONLY EXCLUSIVE LADIES' SHOP Miss Maud Hels, of Kenrnoy, who visited her aunt Mrs. Jack McGraw loft a few days ago, ' C. O. Woingand will enlurge tho basement of his residence and install a heating plant. Mrs. Asa Swan left lust evening for Denver to visit fiiends and relatives for a week or more. County Supt. Clco Chappcll left yesterday for Wallace to spend several dnys on business. Foil Rknt Now 5-room cottage, nil modern except heat. Inquire of Wm. Mnloney, 803 east Fifth. Miss Dillio Austin, of Salt Lake City, wno visited friends hero for u couplo of weeks, has returned home. W. J. Walker will leavo this week for Sycamore Springs to take medicnl treatment for a couplo of weoks. Mrs. W. T. BankB loft this morning for Fremona where she will attend tho W. C. T, U. convention this week. A miscellaneous kitchen shower to furnish tho nqmbuBomont in tho Chris tian church, will bo held nt the church Thursday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. Foil Rent Sqyen room house, nil modern excopt heat, yucant Oct. Sth. Inquire of Wm. Moloney, 803 enst Fifth. Paul Tobln, of Donyer, loft this morning for Creighton' College in Omaha aftor visiting his brother Louis Tobin. Mr. and Mrs George It. Smith re turned tho latter part of lust week from ExcolBior Springs. George Millar formarly of tho local telephone office spentyestcrday in town whilo enroute to Sidney from Grand Island. Mr. Railroad Man, See the choice lots in west end I am selling from $150 to $300. 0. H. Thoelecke. Phones 277 and 298. Dresses SUITS stylish models at AND UP TO Fall Dresses A wide range of stylish wool and silk dresses in drape effects at $7.50 to $32.50 New Sweaters Ladies' and Misses' Sweaters in white, tan, oxford and( cardinal, in plain or Norfolk styles from $1.50 up city in all the newest $9.00 Miss Norriss has accepted a- position In tho suit department of Tho Lender and began work yeaterday morning. For Rent- G room houso with bath. Inquire at 400 E. 3rd. tf1 Mrs. Jack McGraw will entertain nt n miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Roy Mehlman tomorrow aftornoon. Harry Kuster, driver of thottItner delivery-wagon, suffered aoverobruises on tho back Saturdny by falling from tho second floor of tho grain houoe. Mrs. M. 10. Scott entertained tho Travel and Study club last evening. A demonstration in cooking wns given by the host. ss and a nice lunch servod. For Sale Lots in Taylor and Grace lanil Additions at C. J. Hollman's offico for a few days. W. L. Crissmaa. Wenthor forecast Unsottlod wom thor. Rain tonlcht and nrobablv Wed nesday; colder with brisk shifting winds. Highest temperature yesterday 09; a yenr ago 73. Lowest temperature last night 49; a yoar ago 34. B. J, Wrightman, of tho war depart- ment of Washington, D. C, is spending a few daya hero making arrangements to havo the body of his sister, th lato Leona Scott, exhumed and taken to Spnrton, Mo., to bo rolnterrnd. Parlor millinery hats on display at Newton's three days only, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 25th, 26th nnd 27lh. Notice For Bids. Notico Is hereby given thnt the City Council will receive bids for tho build ing known ns tho 3rd Yard Hqso House, which is located on tho roar of Lot 4, Block 132 of tho originia) town, now City of North Platte, Lincoln CountV, Nebraska, tho same to be moved off at once. All bids rnustbo in by 5:00 o'clock p. m.. on tho 7th day of October, 1913. The council reserves tho right to re ject any or all bids. C. P. TEMrLC, o-7 City Clerk. , ,k' k; i -? For sale by all dealers. 1'winem's Duug Di:pt.