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Of uitxnw a m m nm am ams THIRTY-FIRST YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., OCTOBBER 13, L916. No. 78 Sugnr Iloct Hurvcst. Tho sugar beet harvest in tho sec, tlon between this city and Suther land began Thursday of last wcok and Is being pushed as rapidly as cars for shipment can bo obtained. So far, however, only about half enough cars havo been obtainable Tho yield this year Is fairly good, somo fields averaging twolvo or more tons por acre. Tho contract price this year Is $5.50-por ton. In speaking of tho sugar beot as a fraying crop ono of tho heaviest grow ers In the Ilershey district said thero Is more money In a loss than average yield of beets than thero is In a big corn or wheat crop. In what Is kndwn as tho North Platto territory which includes Holds around Koystono on tho branch thero arc about 1200 acres of beets. -::o:: Held on White Slavery Chnrgc. Win. Robinson and Nina Haloy wero arrested at Horshey Wednesday and brought to this pity and placed in Jail. Robinson Is held on a charge of white slavery preferred by the shorlff at Meade, Kansas, having enticed tho girl, who Is but sixteen years of age, away from hor homo in that place. Tho couplo arrived in Horshey a week or so ago, and wero living na man and wife. Tho Meade sheriff learned they had located at Horshoy and wired Sheriff Salisbury to placo them under arrest. They -will bo held pending the arrival of .tho Kansas officer. -;;o: Toot Hall Tliis Afternoon Tho Initial game of foot ball for the 1916 season will bo played this after noon at 3:30 at tho athletic field on east Fourth. Tho opposing team is tho husky boys from tho stalto agri cultural school at Curtis. The visit ors outweigh tho home team, but it is believed that this will bo overcome by hotter Iteam- work by North Platte. Bets on North Platte posted at Green's hod not been taken up to ten o'clock today. : :o: : Sues for Divorce. Fern Norris has filed her petition in tho district court for a divorce from Carl J. Norris on the ground of cruel ty, They 'wero married November 27th, 1912. The plaintiff alleges tholt oho has suffered extreme cruelty and abuse from tho defndeant and asks tho court to annul tho marrlago, to placo Lorraino, tho tthreo year old child In her caro and to give her proper alimony as the treatment she has received from tho defendant ren ders hor unablo to earn Her living. -::o::- Corner lot west -1th St, $325. Corner lot cast 3rd St., $550. Sovernl others. Cheapest in town 0. II. TJIOELECKE. , ::o:: Mrs. Anna Church was recently elected as substitute at tho public library and is In chargo during the absence of librarian, Lordtta Murphy. LOCAL AND PERSONAL l'LOUJN EXTHA SPECIAL- Tho Woman's club will hold tholr nnnual banquet Novombor 14th. C. M. Nowton has gone to Omaha to spond several days on business. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Drown, of Scotts Bluff, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ooo. Frator this wcok. Mrs. J. W. McNeal left this morning for Council Bluffs to spond a week or more with friends. Miss Margaret Fltzpatrlck return ed a few days ago from Omaha whoro she visited -with her sister. James Bochan, living south of Hor shey, 'will dispose of his personal property and movo to this city. J. T. Thoolccke, of Pocatollo, visited ;thls week with his nophow O. H. Thoolecko while enrouto to Iowa. A marriage license was granted Wednesday to Samuel Smith and Miss Fannie McKlllip, both of Galona, 111. Harry'Govas of the Nyal drug store, returned Wednesday from Omaha where ho spent a wook with his unclo. Don't fall to sco tho bargains that arc bolng offered to early buyers of Women's Suiits, Coats and Dresses at $21.85 at Tho Leader Mercantile Co's. Roy Peckham of Kearney, and Mlssj Pearl Marlott of Koystono, wero mar ried In this city tho firs of tho woek by County Judge French. Dean Burnett, Chancellor Avory and tho board of regents of Lincoln spent yesterday Inspecting conditions nt the stato experimental staition. A nev lot of White Tub Corduroy just arrived and on sale at The Lead er Mercantile Co's. Ask to be shown. A dozen brick totcrs employed on paving work struck yesterday noon for a nine hour day. Tho demand was refused and the men quit. Others woro delegated to do that work for tho afternoon, but today brick are not be lli laid. Alvln R. Carpenter, of Maxwell, and Ruby M. Covey, of Cuntls, wero mar ried yesterday by County Judge French, In tho presonco of B. J. and Bernlce Dempsy. Mr. Carpenter Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Carpen ter, formerly of this city. Replete with mystery and attention holding Merest, "Tho Man Behind tho Curtain" is fashioned out of materials that make the photoplay public de mand pictures like this ono to bo shown at tho Crystal tonight. Chic, dainty, dlmplo-cheoke'd Lillian Walk er plays itho principal role. John Masor's little six-year-old son had tho misfortune of having his right ear lobe nearly kicked off by a horso Tuesday morning. Tho little fellow was playing in tho barn and got too near the horses. Sqvcral s'tltchcs wore necessary In sewing on the lobe again.' Horshoy Times. Illno Diamond Flour t?l.S0 per Sack, in ()() round Lots for 10 Days Only Satisfaction (Jnuriuijiecd Owing to tho fact that wo bought our Bluo Diamond Flour oarly in tho sea son, beforo tho rlso In price of wheat, wo are In a position to soli bolow oth or standard flours. All Hour prices must advance. You savo by buying now from Tho Now Elevator, LEYPOLDT & PENNINGTON, i Front Street and Sllber Avo. Dr. Mario Amos has geno to Hor shoy to visit for a few days. For Rent Largo strictly modern furnished room. Call Sunday, 320 So. Dowoy. 78-1 Tho Christian ladies will discon tinue giving commorclal dlnnors until further notice. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Swope and Mrs. Emily Coatos wil go to Lincoln Sun day to spend a week. Full Lino of Sklnnor's Satins, guar anteed to wear two seasons, In black and colors, at Tho L'ondor Morcantllo Oo. Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Wurtolo and daughter loft last ovonlng for New York to spend three wcoks with rel atives.' Friends ln town hayo rccolved an nouncements of tho birth of a daugh ter to Rev. and Mrs. Thompson, cf China. Tho latter was formerly Dr. Bertha Mangon, of this city. Wo carry a complcto lino of extra sizo garments for tho b Jo tit ladies, such as Suit'sl Coats, Dresses, Skirts. Petticoats, silk and voile Waists a't same prices as regular sizes. BLOCK'S. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hollnian loft Wednesday night for a visit in Iowa. Mr. Hollnian will remain for a weok or so and Mrs. Hollnian for five or six weeks. Tho beautiful line of Now Silks suit able for Waists or Dresses which aro being sold at 89c a yard aro selling very fast. Supply yourself now at Tho Leader Mercantile Store. The announcement by Uho North Platte bakers that beginning Monday the price of bakery goods will bo ad vanced, is not unexpected by those who havo given thought to tho upward shoot in prices of tho materials used by tho bakeries. Tho facit Is, tho bak ers would havo been Justified In mak ing an advanco sovoral months ago. Christian Science sonico Sunday 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 12. Wednes day oventne meetings at a o ciock. a cordial Invitation Is extended to ail. Building and Loan Building, room 25. Havo you ever noticed tho quality of Dodgo Brothers advertising' npreaT Ing weekly In tho Saturday Evonlng Post4 Colliers and Literary Digest Quality advertising helps sell Quality cars such as Dodgo Bros build. J. V. ROMIGH, Dealer. ANNOUNCEMENT An Important Change in Bread Prices Owing to the WAR prices we are paying for flour, sugar, shortening, and all other materials entering into the manufacture of bakery goods, we are compelled to adjust the prices on bread and other bakery goods beginning Monday A. M., October 16, 1916. Flour has advanced 100 per cent, Lard 100 per cent, Sugar 70 per cent aft4 all other mater ials in proportion. We feel the people of North Platte, knowing the condition of the flour market, will appreci ate our position, and the necessity of the 4 rn r ' change. 1 A. & J. O'HARE. CHAS. H. STAMP. ROBERT R. DICKEY. CHAS. C. HUPFER. i 'Nockabout Overcoat K 1 IN O longer necessary to buy two overcoats one for business and rouch wear, and the other for formal and social events. The Noclidbout Overcoat more than takes the place of both coats and serves its purpose better made of heavy over- ' coatings and in a variety of weaves, colors and fabrics that possess all the style, character and expression of the prevailing overcoat models. By leaving out the linings, which are unnecessary the Nockaijoiit is stripped of some of Its-costbut not of its icbrnfbrj or war(hth, style or service, '' " , ". As an overcoat for cold and stormy days it can not be beaten and it is equally appropriate at the club, theater, thejdance or social function. Low jn cpst, excellent in .service, dependable in quality, it offers more in the way of style, service, comfort and convenience than any other garment selling at the same price. IJar court Clothing Co. I naanaun -...a,...n .-mrrvfmm. rgsjttiUBHflBl b-b-bb-bbbbbb Tho World's Series. In tho world's series ball games, Brooklyn won Tuesday on the homo grounds by a scoro of four Ao thrco, scoring onco In tho third and fourth Innings and two In the flfjth, whllo Boston scored twice In tho sixth and once in tho seventh, Boston got soven hits, Brooklyn ton. Boston won Wednesday's game by a six to Itwo scoro, securing ton hits to flvo by Brooklyn. Brooklyn mado llvo orrors, Boston ono. In tho ganio yesterday Boston de feated Brooklyn four to ono1 winning the championship of tho baso ball unl verse. Tho total receipts of tho flvo games wcrn S38B.000. Each nlaycr on the Boston team -will recolvo $3,'J)10.2G, and each player on (tho Brooklyn team $2,834.82. Each member of the teams, whothcr playing or not play ing In tho games, receives his share. ::o:: Mny Seo "CoriihuHkers." In a card to Perry Carson received today, "Pat" Norris writes; "Tho six car "Cornhuskor" special will stop in North Platto about olght o'clock Wed nesday morning, Octobor l&th. On board will bo tho team, band and root ers. I ara qulto suro tho band will play and I will uso my lnlluenco to got ho team out. Thought somo of you would llko to look them ovor. I ara alternating tit guard and tacklo and "expect to niako tho trip to Port land, so If any of you aro at tho train I will seo you." ::o:: 300 Coats to chooso your now Fall Ct at from, It matters not what kind of a coat you aro looking for, whethor It Is a plush, volour, mlxturo, plnld or nlaln, wo havo them from $7,48 up to $Q9,G0. BLOCK'S, Tho Loypoldt fc Ponnlngton eleva tor, U offering $1.41 for wheat today. In this connection, today's Omaha Boo quotes a grain commission man of that city as saying that unless on .embargo is placed on wheat tho prlco will reach Mrs. P. J. Norris left today for Lin coln Ito visit hor son who is attending tho stato university. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Calhoun and baby will loavo today for Cozad to visit Mrs. Calhoun's mothor until Mon day. Tho ladles of tho EplBcopal church will hold a Whlto Elephant party In the church basomont Thursday ovon lng, October 19'th. Class Officers Elected An olectlon of officers was hold to tho high school classes u fow days ago and tho following woro olootod: Sonlor Class President, Frances OConnoll; vlco president, Goorglna McKay; cla'sB advisor,- Sadlo Brown. Junior Class Prcsldont, Willis Bak er; 'vlco prosldont John Burke; class advisor, Paul Oloman. Captain of tho foot ball team, Willis Bakor. Try This For Six Months Every time you receive some money figure THEN AND THERE how much o it you will not actually need. Then brink it to the McDonald State Bank and place it in one of our Cer tificates of Deposit. With a little planning you can have one of these come due every month. Thus a ftood share of your cash is earning 3$ or 4$ in terest and automatically be comes available. M? Donald State Ban Kg North Platte. H c r. - Al I .illinium n jmii i iim i $2.00.