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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
B. B. Baiter went to Lexington on business Wednesday. Charles Dixon left Tuesday for Om aha to spend several days. For Rent After January 1st, the double Btoro room of Ottonstcln's. Miss Dolly Kldwetl, of Wallace, Is visiting local friends this week. Sand and gravel for sale at Elec tric Light Plant; about thirty loatls. tf Dr. and Mrs. Murdock, of Ogalalla, wore visitors In town tho first of this week. For. quick action nnd sn'Mactosy snlo list your land with Thocleckc. tf John Kennedy returned last even ing from a visit In the eastern part of tho state. Dr. V. Lucas will leave shortly for cities f Colorada to visit for a fort night or longer. James Redmond, who had been vis iting relatives In Peoria, 111., return ed a few days ago. Mrs. James McMlchael left Tuesday evening for Sidney to-vlslt her daugh ter for a fortnight. T. 0. Paterson returned home Tues day from Omaha where he transacted business for Beveral days. Robert Fitzpatrlck, of Laramie, who was visiting J. W. Fitzpatrlck and family, left Tuesday evening. Mrs. William Jeffers, of Omaha, vis ited Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Seeberger this week while enroute to Cheyenne. The woman's homo missionary so ciety will hold an exchange at the Derryberry & Forbes store tomorrow. Miss Bessie Salisbury will leave the first of next week for Aurora, Neb., to' visit relatives for a week or long er. Fox Sale A modern Bungalow, nine rooms and basement, steam heat. Phono Black 485. 82-5 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams, who have been visiting in Canada and east ern cities, are expected home tom6r row. Miss Mildred Fitzpatrlck, who vis ited her parents for two weeks, re turned to Omaha Tuesday to finish her course in nursing. ' Mra. J; Moroney, of Stapleton, sub mitted to an' operation at the Iurso Brown hospital Wednesday and is get ting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Alexander, of Minneapolis! who visited the latter's sister, Mrs. Glen Mann for a week, left Tuesday evening. Farm nnd Ranch loans at lowest rates nnd best terms. Money on band to closo loans promptly. 43tf BUCHANAN & PATTERSON. Mrs. Thomas Ryan, who has. been residing at Guernsey for several months, will return in a few days to spend the winter here. . Mrs. W. II. McDonald returned Wednesday from San Diego, Cal.. where she visited her sister Miss Carrio Bel ton for several weeks. Andy McGovern returned to Brady Tuesday evening after visiting Mrs. McGovern who is- spending two weeks with her father, Fred Marti. Don't take a chanco of losing money by shipping Furs and Hides: we buy I for highest cash price. j Sltf ECHELBERY, COO Locust. The, members of tho Baptist congre gation will, hold a reception for their new minister, Rev. Hull, and family, in the- chufch basement this evening. ( Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sawyer, of Col , umbus, came a few days ago to visit Mrs. Edward Rebhausen, Mrs, Saw yer was formerly Miss Mary Rebhaua en of this city. House for Rent Stfx rooms and cellar at 505 squth Chestnut street. Inquire at 115 west Fifth street, Mrs. M. E. Gregg. 80tf Tho now dally mail route to Blgnell wont into effect Wednesday. Post master McEvoy accompanied tiio car rier on tho initial trip. The routo is about fifty-two miles long, S. S. Reynolds, who recently sold his farm In Cottonwood precinct, and will move to Kearney and enter the dairy business, will hold a farm sale on November 8th at his place at Ft. MoPherson. s84-2 -J. V. ROMIGH, Dealer. I soli Dodge and Chevrolet cars and carry tho ropalr parts and give you sorviae for the cars I soli. J. V. ROMIGH, Dealer. Tho domestic science department of tho Twentieth Century club was enter tained at tho homo of Mrs. F. H. Bar ber this weok. Patera on "Patent Medicines" woro read by Mesdames Garllchs. Roddy and Cotteroll. Tho precipitation last month was but. eighty-one hundredths of an inch, as compared with 1.15 inches as the normal for Octobor. In Octobor, 1897, tho precipitation was 4.11 Inchos and in October, 1911, It was 3.G0. The tern pcraturo for tho month was one degreo colder than tho normal. NORTH SIBERS PETITION FOR DAILY 31 A Hi ROUTE Residents of the north sldo of the river between Gannett and tho D. B. MoNeol ranch aro getting up n petition asking for n daily mall route. This route as now outlined would go onst on the Lincoln Highway to Gannett, serving enroute the peoplo living Just east of the city, and crossing north would pass through tho long neighbor hood, thenco west along tho north road to tho MoNeol ranch and return ing over tho south road and ncross tho north river bridgo to town. This route would glvo a dally service to ninety families and would bo thirty miles in length. Tho route is ono that is needed and it is hoped that it will be established by the postofflco department. s:o: CITiT AND COUNTY NEWS. Dr. Fetter is transacting business in Brady today. Dr. and Mrs. F J Wurtelo will re turn today from an extended visit In New York. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tetro, of Brady, came yesterday to nttend the funeral of H L. Baker. J. W. Adams, former trainmaster at Sidney, Is visiting his family this week while enroute to eastern points. Mrs. Mac Lane, of Lexington, visited her son Angus Mac Lane here Wed nesday whilo erirouto to Denver. W. B. Howard, of Lincoln, former state auditor,- is spending a few days at his ranch northwest of town. Seras W. Baker was called hero from Peoria, 111., Wednesday morning by the death of his son tho Into H. L. Baker. Mrs. Ralph Smith, who was called to Kansas City last week by her sister's illness, is expected to return homo to day. A new lot of new Blankets has just arrived, so don't fail to supply your self now at the old time price at The Leader Mercantile Oo.'s. Mrs. John Tucker and children, who spent several weeks with relatives in Beatrice, returned homo Tuesday ev ning. Messrs. Prosser, Allen, Souder and Hermlnghausen spent a few days this week In the north part of 'the county shaking hands with the' voters. END A YOUNG MAN TO CONGRESS Edward B, McDermott KEARNEY, NEB. Democratic Candidate for CONGRESS Born and raised in Buffalo County. Four years county attorney Buf falo County. Stands for all the policies of tho Wilson administration and espec ially against the repeal of the Rural Credit law and tho 8 hour" day as suggested by Judge Hughes. This is tho first opportunity the voters of the big sixth have had to vote for a native son for congress. Give President Wilson a Gemocratic Congress IN 3IEMOKIA3I It bocomes our sad duty to glvo ox prcsslon In roinombrnnce- of our love and grief at tho sudden death of our granddaughter, Grace E. Casey. She wns eighteen years, nlno months and thirteen day's of ago. The sudden death of this lovely girl was a sad event In our family exporlenco, yet wo know that all must mako tho snmo change. At dawn on tho thirteenth of July, 1910, her creator called our darling Grace from our family clrclo to her heavonly homo, and thero her Savior rolgns supremo and she with Him is at peace and rest, freo from nil pain. Grace was an invalid nnd suffered much from tho ills of life, yet she al: ways was cheortul. Her lot in lifo was cast in a family whero love's Btrong affection between its membors provalls to a remarkable degreo. Her parents, Josoph Casoy, and Ger trude Casey, (nco Parker), formerly of North Plnttc, Neb., also her sisters, Josophlne, Gertrude, Maud, and broth ers Georgo and Joseph, woro always attentlvo and .solicitous for hor wel fare, over ready to contribute to hor comfort and happiness. Her home, whero pence, love and harmony pre vailed was all the world to her. Sho never sought pleasure boyond Its con fines or manifested discontent within its limits. Possessing a cheerful, af fectionate disposition, sho happily responded to tho good home Influence so constantly exerted in her behalf, and although afflicted nearly all hor life, she never complained or found fault with others. Her sweet disposi tion endeared hor to all tho family who deeply mourn her loss. Sho has found surcease from her severe affliction and peaco, Joy and un alloyed happiness through the grace and mercy of her God. J. H. PARKER and FAMILY. Portland, Oregon. -::o::- Lnthcrnn Announcements. 9:45 a. mi Sunday school. 11 o'clock, morning worship; sermon subject, "Witnessing for Christ." 6:45 p. m., Luther League Bervlce. 7:30 p. m evening service, to'plc. "Speaking the Truth In Love." This will bo a talk In the interejts of tho prohibition amendment, pur posed to set the peoplo's minds right for intelligent voting. The theme indi cates tho spirit in which tho talk will bo made. Tho purpose is to be fair and unoffenaive. Any one will bo wol come. Special music, 1 F. W. ausen, Democratic Cundldnto for County Commissioner, First District. Your support on tho 7th of Novcnv ber is solicited on tho record ho has made during tho past throo years, which record is open And nbovo board nnd your investigation of it Is courted. During theso throo ycarB ho has aimed to sorvo tho taxpayers in a conscien tious way, has transacted tho business of tho county in a fair nnd impartial manner, nnd has taken ns much Inter est in county affalrH and applied tho same careful methods as ho would to his private business. Ho Jjollovcs that if efficiency counts ho Is entitled to your consideration and your sup port. (Advertisement.) GEO. E. PROSSER, Clerk of District Court Lincoln County. I was nomlna'tod for ro-olectlon on tho Republican ticket. I understand fully the duties of tho office, which are many and varied. If I havo conducted tho office in a mnnner satisfactory to you and the public I solicit and will npprcclato your voto at tiio election Nov. 7th. Formerly of Plant Precinct. A Lincoln County Man for a Lincoln County Office Royal Ericsson, born in Lincoln county 38 years ago, is foe tho first tlmo seeking public office. Ho Is tho demo cratic candidate for county clerk. It is neuqvea by all Mr. Ericsson's friends that a man who for bo mnuy years has been a constant resident of Lincoln county, and so onorgotlc ft "booster" for tho county's good, is en titled to recognition at tho hands of his follow residents. Born of a pioneer family. Mr. Ericsson was educated in Lincoln county, a d has always mado tils homo hore, with the exception of a brief porlod when ho was studying In a Grand Island business college, from which ho graduated with honors. His people were tho first to locnto in Lin coln county, and Mr. Ericsson, Sr., waa tho first man to nay taxes In Lin coin county having in his possession at the prosont tlmo tax receipt No. 1 for taxes paid into tho offico of tho county treasurer in 18C8 ton years bororo tho birth of tho candidate. After his return from school Mr, Ericsson taught a rural school in the county for three years. Slnco that tlmo ho has been engaged in farming near Brady. Being a grnduato of ono of the best business schools in tho state. Mr. Ericsson is undoubtedly qualified to handle tho dutlos of tho office that ho seeks, and to glvo to the offlco .that tamo loyalty that has always made him ono of Lincoln county's "uoostors. A voto for Mr. Ericsson means a voto for an efficient man. Your voto for him on Novombor 7 will bo greatly appreciated. (Advortlsomont.l 11. A. FRAME Democratic Candidate for COUNTY TREASURER, was born In Buffalo county, Nebraska. Wont through tho grado schools, and graduated from tho up-to-dato business collego at Kearney, Nobr. Was raised on a farm, located In Lincoln county sovon ycarB ago and now rcsldo on a farm two miles from HorBhoy. I respectfully solicit your voto on November 7th. , Hospital Phone Black 038. Houso Phone Black 033. W. T. PRITCHAIID, Graduate Veterinarian Eight years a Government Veterinar ian. Hospital 218-south Looust St., one-half block southwest of the Court House. Gertrude Rebhausen, Teacher of Piano 102 South Locust Phono Black 312 Elizabeth Kaar-Langston Teacher of Singing Studio 122 West Front Street. Florence MacKay Teacher of Piano 804 west Fifth St. Phono Dlk. 524 NURSE BROWN MEMORIAL HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL For tho Trcatmont of MEDICAL, SURGICAL nnd OBSTETRICAL PATIENTS Phono 110. John S. Twtncai. M. . JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D rhyslclfia and Surgeon Office, B. & L. Building, Second Floor Phono, Offlco, 83; Re&ldonco 3C. DOCTOR D. T. QUIGLEI. .. Practlco Limited to Surgery and Radium Therapy 29 City National Bank Building. Omaha, Nebraska. DIt. JOHN S. TWINEM Special Attention to Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics. NORTH PLATTE, NEB. Nurso Btforwn Memorial Horipltal. Geo. B. Dent, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention gives to Surgery and Obstetrics. Office: Building and Loan Building Phm,. tOiCOl30 Phones Ro8idonca 116 Office phone 241. Rea. phono 217 L. C. DROST, Osteopathic Physician. North Platte, - - Nebraska. McDonuld Bank Building. NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital.. (Incorporated) One Hah Block 'North ot Posloflicc. Phone 58 A modorn institution fur tha scientific treatment of medical, surgical and confinement cases. Completely equipped X-Rny and diagnostic laboratories. Staff: Geo. B. Dent, H. D. V. Lucas, M. D. J. B. Redfield, M. D. J. S. Simras, M.D Miss M. Sieman, Supt. sandCa Bought and hlghoat market prices paid PHONES Residence Red G30 Offlco 459 C. H. WALTERS. Nothing Would FIcnso Husband or Father Moro Than a Box of Our Cigars. Please him becnuso they nro good Cigars mndo from good tobacco made well by hand mado fresh. Ask tho men who have been smoking our cigars for 25 years ns to their (piniiiy. Wo curry n full Ho of smokers' articles. J. F. SCHMALZRIED Hog Rags, for a short tlmo $1.00 per 100. Must bo sacked. Faying a good prico for all kinds of metals and rubbor. Bonos $10 per ton, but must bo dry. -NORTH PLATTE JUNK HOUSE. Notice Tho dofondnnts, Robort S. Hoppor nnd Mrs. Robort S. Hoppor, his wifo. first namo unknown, will tako notlco that on tho 2nd day of Octobor, 101C, tho plaintiff horoin, Francos A. Bon nott, filed her petition in tho district court of Lincoln Couuty, Nebraska, against said dofondnnts, tho object and nraVOr Of Which in tn rnrnnlnun n certain mortgage exoouted by tho do- ionuani, itouort s. iioppor, as n sluglo man, to tho plnlntlff horoin upon tho following dacrillOil rnnl nam The Southeast quarter of Section 5, Township 15 North, Rnngo 30 West, In Lincoln Countv. Nohr.iRim. rn annum tho paymont of ono certain promissory iiom uiucu ni I'rooport, Illinois, on tho 9th day of Sntonihor. inn. i.i years aftor dat.o, for tho sum of Threo Hundred nnd no ono hundredths ($300.00) Dollars, drawing intorcst nt tho rate of sovon per cent por annum payable soml-nnnuallv. until iinn nmi ton por cent por annum nftor duo. That uioro was uuo upon said noto at tho dato of tho filing of tho petition horcln tho sum of Throo Hundred nnd Forty- ouven UHU IM-1UU 3TJ.U7) Dollars with interest thoreon at tho rato of 10 por cent por annum from said dato. Plaintiff prays for a dcorco that tho defondnnta bo renulrnil tn nnv n.n samo or that tho promises nbovo des cribed IlinV 1)C Rnlil tn onttafv amount found duo nnd for such other roner ns is just and equitable. YOU and encll Of vnll nrn rnmilra.1 to answor said petition on or bo!oro mummy mo in a&y of December, 1916, Dated this 23r.d day of Octobor, 1910. FRANCES A. BENNETT, Bv MtlTnnOM j(V onunon 024nl7 Hor Attornnvn NUco of Guardian's Salo of land Notlco Is hnmliv o-lvntt Hint - r - " bui.i uj i . - tUO Of a llcnnnn luotin.i n , i, .... derslgned Guardian of Amalla R. Fronzol. Incomnntnnt. Court of Otoo County, Nebraska, up- uu uciooor iu, rjiu, authorizing mo to sell tho intercut find natntn rt atrt Amalla R, Fronzol in tho lands horo- maiior uoscriood for tho purposo of re-lnVCStmont Of thn nrnnnnda nf onl.1 -- - '-w.wwmm unm salo, I, tho said Guardian, will, upon tho 11th day of Novombor, 1910, at ton o'clock n. m., at tho front door of tho Court Houso in North Platto, in umuum uouniy, wooraska, offor for snlo at public vonduo to tho highest bidder for chrIi. ithn ninth iutoregt and ostato in fee alm- pio or sam Amalla It. Fronzol in tho following doscribad roal ostato situ ated lu Lincoln County, Nebraska, to wit: Tho Northwest Oliartor nf Rnnllnn 35; tho Northoast Quarter of Section 35; tho Wost Half of tho East Half and tho East Half of tho Wost Half of Bocuon is; tno Northeast Quartor of Section 13; tho South Half of tho Southeast Quartor of Section 12, all in Township 10, rnngo28. Said Bale will bo mado subject to tho approval of Uio District Court of uiuo uoumy, woqrasKa, ana will bo BUbJoot to the r lull (a nf thn tenants upon said aevoral tracts of i . . ianu rosorving nu ronts and right ot posBosaion thoroof until march 1st, 1917. Said salo will bo hold onon for ono hour. Snlo will bo mndo for cash payable upon approval ot Bale and dollvory ot deed ot myself as Gunrdlnn, Joined In by mysolf Individually ns husband of tho said Amalla R. Frcn- zoi. Nobrnska itClty. Nobraskn. Octoher 10th, 1910. v O HliinMAM Ti'nWN'ZRT. Guardian of Amalla R. Fronzel, Incom petent, NournBlca City, Nebraska. WM. H. P1TZER nnd EDWIN ZIMMERER, Attornoys, ol7n 3 Nobraskn City, Nebraska. Notlco of Petition. Estato No. 1441 of Elizaboth Whltlmr decoasod, in tho County Court ot Lin coln County, Nebraska. Tho Stato of Nebraska, to all per sons intoroBtod iu Said estate tako notice that a potitlon has been filed for tho Prohato ot tho Foreign Will of Eliz aboth Whiting, deceased and the ap pointment of Edward S. Whiting aa Administrator of said Estato, which has been sot for hearing herein on November 17, 191G, nt 9 o'clock a. m. Dated Octobor 18, 1910. GEO. E. FRENCH. o24nl4 County Judgo, Notlco to Creditors Estate No. 1437 ot Horman A. Erb, docoascd in tho County Court of Lin coln County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, as: Creditors of said ostato will tako notlco that tho tlmo limited for presentation and fil ing of claims against said estato is May 24, 1917, and for BOttlomont of said estato is Octobor 20, 1917; that I will Bit at tho county court room In Bald county, on Novombor 24, 1910. at 9 o'clock n. m.f and on May 24, 1917, at 9 o'clock a. m to rocclvo, exam ine, hear, nllow, or adjust all claims and objections duly filed. GEO. E. FRENCH, o24n21 County Judgo. Notlco of Petition. Estuto No. 1438 of Bortha Hocquol, deceased In tho County Court ot Lin coln County, Nebraska. Tho Stato of Nebraska. To all per sons interested in said Estato take notlco that a potitlon has beon filed for tho appointment ot Frank Ebolo which has been sot for hearing horo in on Novombor 3, 1910, at 8 o'clock a. m. Dated Oct. 7, 1910. GEO. E. FRENCH, , olQ-31 County Judgo. Notlco to Creditors. Estato of Ronatto Folchort, do coaBed In itho County Court of Lincoln County, Nobrnska. Tho stato of Nebraska, ss: Creditors of said estuto will tako notice that tho tlmo limited for presentation nnd fil ing of claims against snld Estato is May 17, 1917, and for settlement of said OBtato is Oct. 11, 1917; that I will sit at tho county court room In said county, on Nov, 17, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. ra., and on May 17, 1917, nt 9 o'clock a. m. to rocolve, oxamiuo, hear, allow, or adjust all claims and objoctlons duly fllod. olG-n7 GEO. E. FRENCH, County Judgo.