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(Tltc llorth THIRTY-FIRST YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., NOVEMBER 3, 1916. No. 84 4- LOCAL AND PERSONAL No dance by tho Yeoman drill team this evening. 1008 west Fourth street, Homeopatlc Hospital. Tho L, 0. Moose hold a banquot In their club room's Wednesday ovonlng. "Woman with child two-years old wishes position as house-kooper. Phone 8G0. 85-2 Jerry Bowon, of Arthur, Is visiting this week with his daughter Miss Mario Bowon. See Monroe about that painting. You can buy Ladles' Suits at one third less than regular "price at Wil cox Department Store. W. II. C. Woodhurst left at noon yes terday for Omaha and other towns In the eastern part of the state. All Now Fall Suits formerly priced at $26.00 now selling at' $14.98 at BLOCK'S. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gunsolly have rented tho Sheedy house' on west B street and moved there this week. For Sale Electric washing machine and soft coal' burner, both almost now. See Mrs. R. D. Thomson, 514 west Fifth street. 4 84tf Theda Bara the screen's greatest star in a new .play "Gold and the Woman" will bo shown5 at tho Crystal tonight. Morodo Underwear In wool or cot ton, all styles, long sleevos, short sleeves or sleeveless, high or low neck, (prices 69c up. BLOCK'S. , Miss Harriet Dixon, who Is taking vocal Instructions In Omaha, was tak en to tho Presbyterian hospital Wed nesday by reason of threatened typhoid fp7er. Mrs. Dixon went to Omaha Wednesday night. Splendid lot bf trimmed hats On salo Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. Val ues from $4 to $5, for $2.97 and $3.97) In my department at Block's, second floor. ARVIl'lA VHITT!aKBS Elizabeth Berthe entertained ten of her young playmates at-a Hallowe'en "masquerade party Tuesday evening. Tho guests wore entertained with ap ple diving, fortune telling and other features. Tho Black Sateen Pettldoats thataro being sold hero at G5, 75, 95c and up wards, are tho best you over saw. See them at The Leador Mercantile Co.'s. The wa ythe Women's and Misses' Suits are going out .Is cortalnly evi dence that people appreciate bargains. It's Just tho time now" to buy and savo many dollars, only here at Tho Lead er Mercantile Co.'s. x Nurso Brown Homeopathic Hospital. SELF-SUPPORTING. Why? People know the effect of the remedies to cure. I have 12 more business lots on east Front street Just east of those recently purchased by Mr. Plzer. Mr. Plzer Is a man of shrewd business Judgment and his Investment Indicates the' value of this "property. These lots have Union Pacific trackage. Price $350 Cor Inside lots and $375 for corner lots. W. E. SHUMAN. All Kid Lace We sell button HARRY'S SHOE 1st Deor South of Keith Theatre. We Predicts n Big Dry Sfnjorlly. Sheriff Salisbury, who travels over a greater 'portion of tho county than any other man, nnd who talks with moro farmers and others, predicts that tho dry amendment will receive at least eight hundred majority In Lin coln county. Mr. Salisbury Is nn old campaigner, and hla estimate of tho dry voto should bo about right. ::o:: i Wreck on Brunch. Several cars on tho branch freight train wore dorailed at Lowollon yes terday, and tho passenger train due here at 9:50 last bvenlng had not ar rived at this tormlnal at nlno o'clock this morning. Conductor Vernon was In charge of tho train on which the cars wore derailed. The length of time required to clear tho "wreckage v"ould indicate that'tho dorallment was somewhat serious. None were Injured. ;::o:: Seo Monroe about that painting. Ladles' Suits rtt 33 1-3 pof cont dis count at Wilcox Department Store. The regular Friday evening dancing party by the Yeoman drill- team, will not be hold. tonight Edward Rebliausen camo down from Laramlo last evening to visit with his family for a week. ' N John Den returned to Sidney Wed nesday evening after visiting his fam ltly for several days. Tho Woman's Auxiliary to the Unit ed Spanish War Veterans )vlll meet wth Mrs. Eshelman Monday. No coal, mo soot, no ashes, tho Koro Water Burner. See S. F. Haushorr, 908 east Fifth. Phono Red 581. Mrs. Vigo Christensen and son Ray mond have returned from a vlsft with tho home folks in St. Paul, Neb. . Buy. that Ladie3 Suit at Wilcox De partment Storo and save one-third. Mrs. W. V. Hoagland loft last even ing to spend several days on Rebokah work in Grand Island and St. Paul. Room and. board , in, prlyatp homo, close In, phono. Rod 117. ". SOLx - . . Miss Irma Barraclough left a few days ago for Los Angeles and other California cltlbs to spend several weoks. Mr and Mrs Charles Llston, of Dick ens, and Mrs Larry Sullivan, of Wal lace,' aro vlstlng this week with town friends. No coal, mo soot, n'o ashes, tho Kero Water Burner. See S. ,F. Hausherr, 908 ea3t Fifth. Phono Red 581. Mrs. W. J. Stuart and- Mrs. Ira L. Bare are expected home tomdrrow from a two weeks visit with friends In Chicago. Dr. Brook, Dentist, over Stono Drug Store. Mrs. Margaret Post, who has been seriously 111 at the City hospital for several weeks, was taken to her homo yesterday morning. New Coats aro arriving daily, some class t'o them, prices lowest In the city. BLOCK'S. Mrs Fred Hamish, of this city, was at Paxton Saturday attending a re union of the six sisters of the Relkat family, of which sho Is one. this high grade or lace for $ 3o0 "Shoes For the Family at Cut Prices," Bishop Ucecher nt Eplscopnl Church. Sunday, Novombor 5th, George A. Beooher of Hastings will officiate at Tho Church of Our Saviour. Services will be: Holy communion 8 n. ni.; Sunday school 9:45; morning sorvlce and sermon nt ll o'clook; vesper ser vice at 4:30. j The Bishop will bo accompanlod by j Mrs. Boo nor and will go on to Oga-. lalla for sorvido at 8 p. in. i ::o:: No Sample Ballots There will bo no sample olectlon ballots printed for distribution this year, which to s'omo may provo an In-! convonlonco. However, In The Trlb-' 'uno today is "printed a copy of tho of-; flclal ballot which can bo read and' usd for tho same purpose as would j tho sample ballot. Tho ballot as pub- J llshed Is an exact and true copy of the offlclnl ballot and Is authorized by the Nebraska statutes to bo published. ::o:: North Plntfe Hennery Mooting. Tho fourth annual meeting "of this Deanery will bo held in Scotts Bluff on the third Sunday In November with delegates atondiug from North Platto, Kimball, Sidney, Ogalalla, Bridgeport, Broadwater, Keystone, MIddlovalo, Baya'J'.'i Goring, Mitcholl, Minataro, etc. Tho Rev. W. H. Frost, of Fremont will preach In tho morning; a confor onco will bo held In tho,aftornoon and a. missionary meeting at night. On Saturday evening there will be a so cial entertainment. Monoy is a good servant but a poor master. Howover tho possession of wealth or station will not provido happiness. Seo "Tho Almighty Dollar" at the Crystal Saturday night and you! will go homo with your mind focused j on a now" angle of life and will flndi yourself grown rich. Francos Nelson leads in this production. - ::o:: Joint Servfccs - Tho Mothodist and Presbyterian con gregations will ''worship at tho Pres byterian church Sunday at 11 a. m. Rev. O. O. Wood, the Sunday school missionary, jyjll. preach. , , Sunday schools at 10' a, niiJpw'orftif' League at G:30 p. m. Union services at tho Keith Sunday evening. :o:: Mr. and Mrs. Elson and baby, of the western part of tho state, aro visiting with Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Redfleld this week. SOFT wntor shampoo, electric scalp treatments, massago and latest hair dress. Coates' Beauty Parlors, 505&' Dewey. Phono Rod C55. 81-4 Master Howard Purdy entertained twony-four of his young friends In hon or of his thirteenth birthday Thursday ovenln- The host received many useful and preu., ' . - and a dujnty. Junch was sorvod. Dr. Morxill, Dontlsf. : Just received! A big shipment of Now Fall Drosses In tho new all pleated wool serges, silks' and velvets. Don't miss seeing them at BLOCK'S. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welborn have re turned from their honeymoon visit In Denver and other western cities. Miss Florenco McKay will- ,leavo Sunday morning for Sutherland to vis it with friends. r Boots boot in SHOP Do Repairing. Something A J. V. R0MIGH GARAGE 106 West TO THE VOTERS (Advertisement) We, the members of tho North Platto Volunteer Fire Department, urgently recommend tho support of tho voters on Novombor 7th, for Mr. Cy Russoll, Democratic Candldat6 for Sheriff. Mr. Russell has an excellent record as at fireman, being a veteran flro fighter, having served for seven years In tho local department from recruit to Clief, and ho now socks a chance to render equally s good service to tho county, nB sheriff, and wo nnd many 'of his friends declare that his being placed In office wIR mean a con tinuation In a largo field of tho excel lent work dono ns a servant of tho city. During his soven years ho has always been at tho call of tho citizens, of North Platto, alweays ready to an swer tho alarm bf flro, at any hour of tho day or night and willing to risk Hfo and limb for tho protection of their pro'perty. ' , On two occasions ho supported tho present sheriff and was ono of his most persistent workers In his bohalf, but now, Mr. Russoll and his friends feol that five years in office Is a sufficient length, of tlmo for ono man to hold of fice, no mntter how efficient ho may bo. Ho 13 nol discrediting tho work done by tho man now in office and Js nlwaysready to commend tho efficient service hq has rondorcd Ho Is, how over, quoting tho wordB of his op ponent when ho was seoldng his first term In office: "Tho other fellow has been in office long onough. If tho of flco is a good thing, it is only fair to pass it around. If it isn't a good thing there is no use killing a good man by burdening him with it too long." All Mr. Russell wants Is a chanco to make good In this offices as ho has in other things ho has attempted. If you wll glvo him a chancp, your vote will bo greatly appreciated, NORTH PLATTE VOL. FIRE DEPT. . f n ' - Beautiful now Fall Suits, fur trim med, with best guaranteed Bilk or satin linings, and worth up to $25.00 now going at $19.98 at BLOCK'S. Mrs. Purdy entertained tho Happy Hour club at hor homo ton west Front street Monday ovonlng. Fifty of tho membprs and their husbands wero present. Tho evening was s'pont In a manner appropriate to Hallowo'on and the house was elaborately decorated with pumpkins, witches, black cats and other mysterious things suitable for tho occasion. PrizcB wero awarded to Mrs. Jake Mang, Jas. James, Mr. Boolt, and Frank Mooro. Dainty ro froBhinents woro served, Mr8, Oolden assisting In serving. XX in a Dodge Brothers motor car , .'Oil Inspection Now Sixth St. North Platte, Nebraska. Wanted Good girl for goaoral house work. Apply 412 west Fourth street. Tho Entro Nous club will bo entor talned at tho homo of Mrs. Guy Covor Wednesday afternoon, November 8th. Rov. Voto, of Central City, arrived horo a few days ago and Is a guest1 at tho homo of Rov. and Mrs. Robort WhltOi All Suits formorly .sold up to $10.50 now going nt $9.98 at BLOCK'S, Mrs. Althrido,. of Douglads,' 'Ariz., arrived hero todny and will bo tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Calhoun for a weok or longor. Honry Schuff, of Grand Island, for (many ears a rosidont horo, is visit ing In town this weok whlloonrouto homo from "ScottH 'Bluff. If you are still to buy your Fall Suit now Is tho timo to buy it, when you can savo nearly half tho prico by buy Ing It nt tho Big Suit Salo at BLOCK'S. Mrs. J, W. McGraw nnd Mrs. Roy Mohlmann wllj hold a rocoption at tho homo of the former Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Frank C, PlolstlckOr. Guests wll bo received nt dlfferont hours during tho afternoon. -::o:: ' Ford Sedan nnd Coupclct Give us your ordor at onco for oithor Of tllOBn carH that, ninkn wlntnr ilrlvlntr U pjeii8Uro, and in tho spring and sum- mor Just as ploasant. Ford Sedan $045. Couplet $505, Touring $300, Run about $345, f.o. b. Dotrlot. HENDY-OGlER AUTO CO., Cornor Fourth and Dowoy. Modes of the Moment in Neckwear. A newly arrived shipment of neckwear present j. the latest shades in beautiful organdy and Georgette crepe at prices ranging from Vt 25c to $1.50. Wilcox Department Store. New at Phdne 844 Mr. and Mrs, Harrison Burnliam, of Cozad, aro ox'pocted horo tomorrow morning to sopnd sovoral days with tho lattor'a' daughters, tho Misses War rington and Mrs. Charles Calhoun, They aro onrouto to California to spond tbo winter. VOIt EXCHANGE GiO acres grazing nnd fnrm land. Wnnt city property or small farm. . , 71lf 0. n. TIIOELECKE. S. 31. SOUDER Republican Cuiididato for COUNTY TREASURER, If you feel that my charactor and my experience as assistant County Treasurer puts mo In a position ti administer tho offico of County Treas urer In a mannor that will moot with your nproval, your support will bo greatly appreciated on Novombor 7th.