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.LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Mrs. Frank Elliott Is convalescing from a three weeks'' illness. Win, Harcotirt spent several days in 'Omaha this week on business. Miss Irma McMlchcal spent Thanks giving with relatives at Wclltlcot. Ilev. T. D. Sullivan, of Elm Crock. .visited with Rew McDaid this week. -" - j. i Miss Gladys "Hall has accepted a po sition In the Kauffnmnn & Wcrncrt store. Mrs. John Sliow and'daughter Kath erlno spent Wednesday in Grand Island. Henry Shultz, ot Bratnard, visited Mrs. W. W. Nicliolst ot Angora, came Wodnesday to spend a few days.- Lco Erb, ot Gothenl)urg, was a vis itor in town the first of thft week. Miss Esslo Wossberg loft Wednes day evening for Omaha to spend tho week end with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Cash Austin left Wed nesday for Shelton to visit relatives for several days. Flanneletto Klmonas, Dresses and Dressing Sacques at lowest prices at BLOCK'S Miss Ada Boutwoll of tho Wilcox fc Halligan offico has gone to Gothen burg for a short visit vltu relatives Tho Ycnnmn lodgo will hold a soe- his sister. Mrs. Mlko Cohilgon thia'd"! "cct ng and havo an election of i. i nfflrnra Tunsjilnv. Tlncnmlior 14th. wuuk. " ' ' -.,, , . ., . , Mrs. S. E, Deane, of Seattle, Wnsh., 100 Children's Coats, all shades, ull 'th . f'oro of th0 'vcok to sizes, in all tho latest styles, all on' , ,.i .,,, w .ic.. mps. Miss Delia Armstrong left Wednes day morning for Roscoo to visit rela tives until Sunday. P. J. Barron. Arthur Allen left Wednesday after noon for Gothenburg an J Farnom where his family has been visiting ior Houso and 2 lots in fruit for sala or , several weeks. trade for stock. Black 4G0. 1203 Tho M M club wlu bo entertained north Locust. &s4 , by Mrs. Guy Swope, assisted by Mrs. Miss Mayme Pizor i3 spending tho Leslie Baskins.-Monday evening, No week end with hor coustn Miss Mildred vember 29th. Plzer in Grand Island. j Mra Fre(1 Louden cntoftaincd fifteen A large supply of fancy Turkish young ladies at a kenslngton Tuo3ilay towels for the holidays. evening. Nice refreshments were E. T. TRAMP & SONS, j served at midnight. Mrs. Roy Surber loft at noon Wed- For Farm Loans Beo or write Gene nesday for Gothenburg to visit the .(jroolc, room 3, Waltemath building, Brooks ramiiy tor a wee. Mrs. E. W. Cross will entertain tho members of tho Eldeen club Wednes day afternoon, December 1st. Mrs. George Schaffor and baby wont to Roscoo Wodnesday morning where they will visit relatives for a week. Dr. Brock, Dentist, has moved his offico to. tho Reynolds building over Stone's Drug Store. 83tf Miss Jessio Allen, of Perry, Okla homa, arrived Wednesday evening to spend the winter vfith her cousin Mrs. John Skow. Fred Cushing and sister Jane, of Omaha, formerly of this city, arnv ed Wednesday evening to visit tho Tar- kington family. Edward Thompson, Raymond Tighe, John Anderson and Noel Donegan are among those who went to York for the foot ball game. Miss Mary Winn, who has been teachinc in Ocden. Is vMtinff her grandmother Mrs. Manfon while en- route to Kearney. M'ss Effle Faiibrother, of Cheyenne, who was the uest of Mrs. Harry Moore for two wes'ti, returui.d home Tuesday evenlmj North Platte. 41tf Mr. and Mrs. Harryq Boyle and dauchter Katherlno loft Wednesday mnmlnir for Kearney whoro an opora tlon for adenoids will be performed upon tho latte Fall SultB at less thanhalf price, nil Hiilta formerly sold up to $22.50 now offered while they last at $10, at BLOCK'S. Mrs. Victor Von Goetz, Jr., of Port land. Orecon. who has been visiting in town, left Wednesday for Garfield to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. ,u. v Hoy. Mrs. Charles Perkins entertained fourteen lady friends at a luncheon Monday complimentary to her daughter, Mr3. George Langlols, who will leave the city snortiy, to locate in Chicago. Mrs. Emily Coates was hostess to the Novlta Club Tuesday evening. Her nlnhteen cuests were entertained at a "movie" party at the Keith following which they wore served witn reiresn ments at one of the confectioners. At a meeting of the vestry of the Episcopal church Tuesday cvcn,uig .T. Guv Swono was elected "Vfm In- Plans for cliurcn worK ror lector." P. H. McEvoy and daughter Laura tho now year were discussed und ar returned from Omaha Wednesday rangemenis imwu io uuiiu i morning. Tho latter is taking medi cal treatment there cial condition of the society, The Yeoman lodgo held a special Roy Grunnell, of Cozad, vho Is at-; meeting Tuesday evening "d conror 3nding the local high school, went, ed the .third ee,uR tending homo Wednesday to spend tho Thunks giving holidays. candidates. After tho business ses sion the members were served with vofrr.aimipntR. Tho attendance n urn- Mrs. C. B. Saunders went to Cozad borc,i two hundred and fifty, Wednesday morning ,wnore sue was called by tho serious illness of her father, D. C. RIstinc Mrs. E. M. Smith entortalned elgh teen ladles at a farewell kenslngton Wednesday afternoon In honor of Mrs, Mrs. Mary E. Reynolds, of Shelton,; George Langlols, who was presented who was the guest of Jier daughter , witll several pieces of fine linen. An Mrs. Cash Austin for ten days, left, fninvahlr two course lunch was Wednesday morning. ' served late In tho afternoon. Mrs. M. Schultz, of Brainard, who , , A ntBrii A Til Tlmninv- spent the past week with her daughter ' niBw q yoselpka! John Voseipka Mrs. Mike Cohagen, icft yesterday "1 Fink, officers of the Et-A- Virp. cluu, will entertain tlio ouier morning for Brule. Harry Bybee, accompanied by his father and family, went to Grand Is land Wednesday morning to spend the week end with relatives members of the club at an tvening party at the home of the latter on Do cember 21st. Amnnir those who attended tho foot or, f m,o now ball camo at York yesteruay were ai, ,.ir j nnniVK. Neville. Wilson Tout. Mrs. E. S BLOCK iB the very "uy that sel s Davis and'son Edward, Misses Hazel L0C.iBJhneo lery "u 1 i Barber. Helen Glcason. Erika Bone- mem in.m ay. . kempoj Luolll RlchardBl Chas. Bogue Miss Louise uuonsiem, wnu siiuhl ana paul Roddy, six months in cities in California and fonB entarta,n, " led their husbands at a turkey dinner "UU1U " - Tuesday evening at tho homo or ftir, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Cox left Tuesday an(1 Mra. Charles Calhoun. Contests evening for Fremont to spend several, wero ieia during tlio evening and days with the latter's daugnier, imtb. prizes awnrded to Messrs. nanus Fred Miller, formerly or mis cuy. j Klenk and Christensen Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Langlols navo, ,,, nF Mrsi Nnmmn Wilson sold out their interest in the piano vg c Ryggcn whlch camo up in tho business here and will leave Sunday .,,l,i, ,. wminnHiinv wna taken for Chicago to make their home in tho fr(jm thQ y aml decided by Judge iuiure. Grimes in favor or tlio uoienuam. inra Miss Meta Larson, of Lexington, wlio Wilson clamed that sho had entrust thn KnlRtnr nil nnn hundred dollars to tho dofend dresdmnklng school, has completed ' ant to bo used In paying for medical nv or,,i rntiirnn,! li.im,! Wnilnoa-1 iVcatmoiit for Norman Wilson and iici nuin uuu .u.mttu " , . t dav afternoon. I that the money had not been used for 1 that purpose. Is it your, head that aches? Sixty i - f .,11 Iwinlnnlina nrf. nnnsPfl l'OF IlClll by defective eyes. Little eye defects' A 14-room rooming houso yith all crow to big ones if not property nt- ' modern conveniences; Just cast or tlio tended to. HARRY DIXON, optomet- Lloyd opera house. Rent reasonable, rlst and Jeweler, west side of Dewey Inquire of Mrs. R. D Hioni3on, 514 street. : west Fith- Miss Stownrt I'tisscs Aivny Miss Mlna. tcwart, who had been located In this city as deaconess of tho Episcopal church for a year or two, died at hor homo la Mata Gorda, Texas tho first of tho week. Miss Stowart "had been in poor health for two years during which time several operations wero necessary and treat ment was taken in tho Clarkson hos pital at Omaha. Hor caso was pro nounced lncurablo Inst August and accompanied by Mrs. J. J. Bowker of this city sho was tnken to tho homo of rolatives in Texas. She was born in Mata Gorda in 1883, it ml in hor euvly childhood wns bereft of hor parents Sho then niado hor homo with on aunt until sho entered the deaconeas train ing school at Philadelphia several years ago and took tlio run course During hor rosldenco here sho had en deared herself to ninny friends and tho high estoom In wlilch sho was hold is, testified by tho many letters of con dolence and lloral offerings which wero sent from this city. Sunshine and Shadow. The acts of a district Judge aro cer tainly varied, and thoy aro not nhvnys of the class that mnko people unhappy or causo them distress of body and soul. Take the record of Judgo Grimes Wednesday. Whllo tho task of sen tencing two men to tho penitentiary was unpleasant, ho later made two couples happy by uniting them In mar riage. His next act wns to grant a decreo in divorce, resulting in satis faction to at least one of tho mls-mat-cd couple, and again Into in tho after noon ho was called to unite two lov ing hearts. Married by Judge (Jrlines Judge Grimes united In marriage Wednesday tho following persons: Morris Wyckoff and Clara Gowecko, both of farnam. Harry L. Snow, of Stnplcton and Lucy M. Kyno, of Ringgold. Fred Campbell and Mlnnlo Spurgln, both of Paxton. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS Smith Xot (iuilly U. G. Smith, tried in tho district court Tuesday on tho chargo of arson, was acquitted by tho Jury. Smith was charged with sotting flro to n houso In tho Fourth ward owned by Roy Bunnell. Mrs. Jennie Calhoun left Wednes day for Grand Island to visit with rol atives for several days. During tho year 1914 there wero soventy-two trespass accidents on tho railroads of Nebraska, resulting in tho death of twenty-five and Injury to forty-seven. Seventeen of tlio Injured people resided in country districts, thirty-four in cities and twenty-one n towns and villages. Engineer Harry Hart, Fireman Eu gene Blnkesley and Switchman C. R. F. E. Nichols, of Hnvelock, is a guest at tho Sebastian Schwalscr home. Attorncy.Vind Mrs. Wi V. Hoagland have returned from tho I. O. O. F. and Rcbcknh district meeting hold at Brldgoport this week. Ray Welbom and Robert Chamber lain loft Tuesdny night for California to visit nt tho Paniunn exposition.. Thoy expect to bo gono a couple of weeks. Mrs. R. D. Blrgit and Mrs. Frank 'Hatch, who have been visiting In San Francisco and Portlnnd for several weeks, arc oxpected homo in a day or two. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ulrlch entortaln ed thirty-live guests at a roast pig dinner yesterday. The house was beau tifully decorated with Mowers and pot ted plants. Mr. and Mrs. John Don and daughter Marjorlo and their guests Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Colo, of New York, left by auto Wednesday for Arapahoe to spend n fow days with relatives. Tho Mothodlst ladlos will havo a bazaar and snlo of food products on Saturday, December ISth. Thcro will bo a largo collection of Christmas gifts and food products on sale. F. J. Sullivan yestcrdny sold his homo place of about 1G0 acres to Louis Schulz for $11.000 C. F. Kllngo. of Box Elder canyon sold 84 head ot cattlo to F. J. Sullivnn tho first of tho weeks, nggrcgato amount $3,500, Tho members of the Christian church havo secured tho services ot Evangel 1st Edward Clutter to conduct for them a series of rovlval mostlngs which will begin on next Sundny, November 2Sth. Sutherland Freo Lanes, Mrs. Walter Adams, who had been visiting In New York with her son for several weeks, was called homo last evening by tho illness of Mr. Adams who has beer. Indisposed for sevona drys. Rov. and Mrs. Adam Stump, who had been visiting at tho homo of Mrs A. P. Carlson for two weeks, left Tues day night for Milwaukee whoro thoy will visit for a fow days ucioro re turning to their borne in York, Pa. Several families enjoyed tho hospi tality of Mr. and Mrs. Olo Rasmus- sen at a Thanksgiving dinner at tneir homo, 503 west Fifth street. Mrs. Ras musson wns assisted by Mrs. Rork and Mrs. Perkins. After dlnjior enter tainment was provided. Nelson Fish & Co. nro suing the Un ion Pacific in tho federal court at fimaha for SG.000 damnges claimed to havo been sustained when a shipment of cattlo were lield for two days in tho North Platte railroad yards In 1012 at the time of tho big Hood. Havo vou ever tried tho AetUeny underwear and noted tho wonderful Cool wero slightly Injured in tho lo cal yards Wednesday evening. Two workmanship, fit and qunllty of ma- L l A e 1 L 1. ...' - .- i. atriiiKs oi iruigni. cars wero oaing - terlal used l'crtect sausacuon is coupled and met with such force as guaranteed. to throw tlio workmen from their, ' E. T. TRAMP & SONS places anu aiso damaged tne caboose.; v R nnriminw. nf the Bnrkulow N. C. Bowen met with what might! News Co., of Omaha, Is spending this have been ti serious accident last week hero making arrangements tor Tuesday morning, When ho started fori the nows stand which "will ho in mo Lincoln with his car and near the southwest corner of tho now depot Gaslln cemetery a front spring broko Their loss in tho recent depot (iro which interfered with the Btcerlng exceeded ?iru. gear and run the car off tho bridge,! finnrco Adams, of Ogden, son of which is about Ight feet high. Tho Tmlnnmstor Adams, of this city, was car was damaced some, but fortunate-1 nmrrimi vnatonlnv in Omaha to Miss ly ivir. ijowen was not injured. urauy Mnn Murnhv of that city, uinrouio Vindicator. i tn ann Lalco Citv and other western We wish to extend our thanks to P?lntB on their honeymoon thoy visit tho many kind friends, is. of L. F. & E., Assembly Club, Yeomen, Tlllikunis, night round houso men and The Trib une for tholr floral offerings and as sistance rendered during tho Illness and death of our beloved wife, daugh ter and sister. Signed; Mr. H. F.I Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Greeley Bundy, Mr. and Mrs. Doe Ranoy Mr. and Mrs. Allen Waugh, Mr. George Haaze. Miss Elaine Bundy. Friends of Mrs. Mlnnlo Harrington, wife of M. C. Harrington, vice presi dent of tho Hlbernla Bank and Trust company, will bo glad to hear that her condition has improved to sucli an ex tent that sho will bo ablo to return to Denver within the next two or three weeks. Mrs. Harrington was taken 1 j 1 whllo visiting in Salt Lake City, and two weeks ago underwent a sorlous operation at Holy Cross hospital in that city. Denver Post. ed the croom's fnthor this morning, Mr. Adams was employed as foreman of tlio locnl freight houso during tho past summer and now holdB a good ' ... . . ' . i ..in position in ugaon, wuere moy win io side. CERTAINLY A BAHRAIN IN IV. FOURTH STREET PROPERTY Six room house modern In every re SIH'H ('VI' out, heat, imd in good con anion, sltiialed on u sniithcast corner lol, being S101 west Fourth street;. Lot fivl!t2 fi'of. and worth nlono $1500.00. 'nils nroiiertv Is -hcII Improved. .Nice trees and sidewalk In and nlco lawn Price $3200.00. This nrnnertv Is ccrlnlnly nn Idea location and this prlco will only bo on the property for n short time. Let me show you tlio property. 88-2 0. F. TEMPLE Agent ON oney to HEALTH HINTS In case of poisoning. First send for a physician; second in duce vomiting by tickling throat with leather or finger; drink lots of water, or strong mustard and water; swallow sweet oil or white of egg. Acids are antidotes for alkalies and vice versa NEW REMEDIES are discovered every Day. We keep abreast with the Progress of Sci ence and our Stock contains some of the very newest Drugs and Sundries. Besides we put Brains into our work, Honesty into our Material and keep Faith with our Customers. "If it's a Drug we have it or we'll make it." 'MtMMzh J- H. STONE '7 rnrX . ?1 ASK FOR TRADING STAMPS Loan D RANCHES Lowest Rates and Best Terms. Plenty oS Money on hand to Close Loans Promptly. Bndhaeao & Patterson lagn.yjm.'g.'Effl FINEST CHOCOLATE CREAM ALMONDS Wednesday, Friday and Saturday lor 39c Full Pound Box Here's the dandiest Candy Special we've offered you yet! Finest Italian Aetna Almonds roasted to a crisp golden brown, dipped in delicious Vanilla Cream and heavily covered with rich pure Chocolate. The pretty box is in keeping with this superb conlection and eacn piece is packed in a separate non bon cud. These line candies are made in the most sanitary candy factory in the world and arc guaranteed to be absolute ly pure. Martinique Chocolate Cream Almonds are a genuine 60c value which we offer the balance of this week only at 39c full pound box. WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE. Sanitary CITY HOSPITAL 607 LOCUST STREET NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. PHONE 82 Newly Furnished Fireproof This institution is now open for the Reception and Trentment of Surg ical, Medical and Obstetrical cases. A Strictly modern Hospital for the convenience of tho physicians of North Plntto and country tributary thereto. This Is The Busy Building Season Let's Have A Building Boom! Every building that is built bring just so much prosperity to the community. GET BUSY AND BUILD? We arc unusally busy, but never so busy that we could not be busier, and will get busy with your "building business us soon as submitted to . us. SEE US FOR LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL Coates Lumber and Coal Co. The Home of Good Cool. Phone 7. Having rented my farm, I will sell at Public Auction at my place two miles east of Ilershey, eleven miles west of North Platte, three-quarters of a mile north of railroad track on what is known as the old U. II. Lyerly place on Monday, November 29th, 1815. The Policy in the Pocket is worth a dozen In prospect Ilo not delay to irct your Flro Insurance Tol ley inado out and In your possession. You never know when or where n flro is irolncr to break out. Ilo prepared for It at all times oTcn if it never liappons. Tho cost of maintaining n good policy is very small If you will lot mo wrltu it. Hut your protection will bo perfect then. IF CLra TEMPLE, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE ROOMS lESsa, I.O.O.F. BUILDING, Commencing at 10 o'clock, A. M., East Time, with the follow ing described property, to-wit: , THIRTY-FIVE HEAD OF GOOD HORSES 1 sorrel mare C yrs. old, wl 1G00 lbs. 1 gray muro 0 yrs. old, wt. 1S0O lbs. 1 bay mnro 0 yrs. old, wt. 1800 lbs. limy mnro C yrs. old, wt. 1C00 lbs. 2 bay inures a yrs. old, wt 1200 lbs. 2 roan mnres 5 yrs. old, wt. 1500 lbs. 1 grey gelding A yrs. old, wt. 1100 lbs. Four 2 yr. old colts, (our 3 yr. old colts 1 black mnro (J yrs. old, wt. 1C00 lbs. t sorrel mnro 5 yrs. old, wt. 1700 lbs. 1 bay muro 0 yrs. old, wt. 1300 lbs. 3 black mures 1 yrs. old, wt. 1000 lbs. 1 bay marc 3 yrs. old, wt. 1000 lbs. 1 bay mnro 8 yrs. old, wt. 1000 lbs. Four 1 yenr old colts Six suckling colts. TWO MILCH COWS EIGHT HUNDRED DUROC SHOATS These shoals range from fifty to one hundred and fifty pounds each. They have been raised on allallla, beet tops and a small grain ration and will make excellent iceding slioais. FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS: Sums of $20 and under cash. On sums over that amount six months time will be given purchaser on good bankable paper bearing ten per cent interest from date of sale. 2 per cent oft for cash. GEO. SLOATE, Auctioneer, TO A DD A MfP F. C. PIELSTICKER, Clerk. ii4.rlji.