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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., SEPTEMBER 3, 1912.
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TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
William Shecdy left Sunday for Hast
ings and Lincoln.
0. E. Woil loft yesterday for Lincoln
to attond the State Fair.
J. E. Pile transacted business in
Stapleton the last of tho week.
Miss Eflle Rodgors left Sunday for
Sutherland to open a millinery storo.
Miss Florenco Cook, of Horshcy, is
tho guest of tho Misses Beth and Mary
Cunningham. , .
Mis3 Laura White roturned Saturday
from Sutherland where she visited her
Mrs. Georgo Grady returned to Grand
Island yesterday after visitinc with
Mr. and Mr3. Charles Erricson rd
turned yesterday afternoon from a
.visit in Racine, Wis.
Wanted A girl for gonoral house
work. Mrs. Ed Ogier, 218 South
Labor Day was observed yesterday
by the county offices and banks. Tho
local barber shops closed at noon.
Miss Arta Kocken leaves Thursday
for Sheridan, Wyo., to resume her
duties as teacher in the public schools.
Wanted A girl for general house
Work. Apply at 412 W. 4th St.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Schatz expect
to leave Thursday for Ogden where the
former has accepted a position as fore
man. ' Miss Pearl Johnson, of Gandy, who
spent the latter part of the week hore,
left yesterday morning for Omaha and
Miss Vada Tannihill arrived last
evening from Norfolk to spend the
winter with her sister Mrs. E. A.
Chic new styles at the Parlor Millin
ery for early fall wear.
Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Bigger, of Omaha,
returned home Sunday aftornoon after
spending ten days with Mr. and Mrs.
P, A. Norton.
The. Parlor Millinery will open Sept.
9th with a swell lino of Fisk's Hats in
the newest designs and colo'rs. Fuschia,
Brass and Taupe.
Miss Celia Gorham, of Grand Island,
who visited her sister Mrs. W. A.
Buchfinck for a month, left for home
the last of last week.
Will Hendy made a trip through the
south part of the county tho latter part
of last week and brings good reports
of the condition of tho corn crop.
Wo are now showing- our fall and
winter lino of clothing for boys. The
line is very complete.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Alexander, of
St Paul, Neb., arrived yesterday after
noon to visit tho latter's brother W. A.
Buchfinck and wifo for a week or
Miss Margaret Liljenstolpe, of
Omaha, spent Sunday in town while
enroute to Bridgeport to visit her
brother who formerly was one of the
railroad surveyors here.
Now is your opportunity to secure a
fineliand bag at half the regular price.
Sale this week only.
Dixon, The Jeweler.
Judge and Mrs. W. H. Hunger ar
rived from Omaha Friday evening,
the Judge leaving for Denver Sunday
and Mrs. Mungor remaining for a few
days to visit her son Horton.
Best and cheapest insurance, both
fire and life, written by Bratt & Goodman.
North Platte's Earliest Citizens Dies.
In tho death of Mrs. Dorothy Row
land, which occurred at her homo in tho
south part of town yesterday afternoon
nt4:lG, North Platte lost its earliest
settler, and more, with tho exceptions
of Charles McDonald and son Will her
residence in Lincoln county antedated
nny person now a resident of the county.
Mrs. Rowland's doath camo as n result
of a goneral breaking down of physical
Btrongth , for oho had attained the nge
of soventy-nino years and yet when
failing strength a few days ago mado it
nocospary for her to remain in bed, it
was tho first timo in fifty years that
she had remained in bed for a full day
Brn in Weston, Mo., October 10th,
833, Dorothy Grooms made the over
land,-trip to Ft. McPherson in 1862, and
on May 21st of that year was united in
marriage to Robert E. Rowland, tho
wedding ceremony being porformod by
Charles McDonald, then a justico of tho
A residence near Ft. McPherson was
maintained until 1870, when the family
moved to North Platte, and whero tho
docoascd had"since mado her continuous
residence. While residing near Ft. Mc
Pherson, on several occasions it was
necessary for Mr. Rowland and his
family to flee to tho fort to escape pos
sible harm from roving bands of Indians,
and into the lifo of tho deceased came
many of the stirring incidents of a new
and undeveloped county. Mrs. Rowland
belonged to that class of sturdy pio
neers of whom thore are few left in the
west; they performed their part in
settling, peoplaing and developing tho
country, few of whom like she lived to
see the full fruition of their work; to
such as her wo are indebted for many
of tho blessings and advantages wo en
joy. The husband departed lifo May 30th,
1882. and to mourn the passing of this
pioneer mother nro two sons and ono
daughter, Robert E. and J. W. Row
land, and Mrs. Henry Broternitz, all
residents of the city.
The funeral servico will be held at
tho Lutheran church tomorrow after
noon at 2:30..
Beautiful New Serge Dresses for Misses in a
Presenting the Most Approved Style Ideas
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for Autumn at Our Usual Low Prices.
We have exerted unusual efforts to make this season's collection of Misses'
Dresses COMPLETE and AUTHORITIVE and we pride ourselves on having
succeeded in assembling, not only the finest showing1 of new Serge Dresses WE
have ever shown, but the best in this section.
Each Dress has been fashioned in the workshops of manufacturers with
country-wide reputations for original, beautiful and exclusive styles. Every,
approved style-note of the season, every new and charming trimming idea, every
good sort of serge is represented in this comprehensive gathering. Your high
priced dressmaker could not turn out costumes more elegant, stylish and
better fitting than these.
Mothers if at any time this season you intend to purchase a Serge Dress
for your daughters you should by all means inspect our collection first NOy-, if
possible. It will tell you "what's what"in Misses' Dresses for fall, and possibly
introduce you to the very dress you want at a price you will never regret paying.
Just as an example we're selling all wool Serge Dresses for Misses in Peter
Thompson styles at only $7.50. From that price cost gradually advance. Yet
t EVERY price provides an exceptional value. i-
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE.
Local and Personal.
Dies of Bright' s Disease.
Richard Williams died at tho home of
his nephew Dick Willinms yostorday-
afternoon at the age of seventy-ono
years. Tho deceased had been living
on a fruit farm near Willow Springs,
Mo., nnd four or five years ago became
afflicted with kidney trouble. Ho
rapidly grew worse, and as ho was liv
ing practically alone, his nephew went
to Willow Springs seven weeks ago
and brought him to this city whero he
was given tender caro by Mr. and Mrs.
Williams jmd skillful medical attention
by local physicians, but tho best that
could be done was to mako the patient
as comfortablo as possible. Ho suffered
greatly, but bore his affliction with
much patience, and death came as a
Accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Wil
liams and a brothor who camo here
threo weeks ago, tho remains were taken
to Cambria, Wis., this morning for
interment, that place having formorly
been the homo of tho deceased and the
present homo of tho brother.
In town lot prices. Small payment
down, balanco monthly on easy pay
ments. Buy now and oarly Increased
value will be yours. Sco Dratt &
The Quality Place.
The Glass Coffin Three
Reels, one of the best of
Gene Alvarez and Fay
Martell, the Classy Cubs.
10 and 15C
The moan temperature last month
was soventy-one degrees, which was
1.2 degrees cooler than the average for
the month. The hottest day was 98
degrees on tho 25th, and tho coolost CO
degrees on the 9th. Tho total precipi
tation for tho month was 1.27 inchf s,
or 1.19 inches leas than tho average
for August. As compared with tho
averago year, tho deficiency of mois
ture sinco January 1st, is but two
tenths of an inch. There was a light
movement of wind last, month, the
total being but 4302 milcs'and tho high
est velocity attained 29 miles an hour.
Prof. Leonhardt is in the citv at the
jowelry store of C. S. Clinton. This
will bo Mr. Leonhnrdt's last tuning trip.
Ploaso call and he will give you full
Miss Hazel Clark, of Omaha, who
spent the summer with her sister Mrs.
Charles McNamara loft for homo this
Dr. and Mrs. T.J. Kerr loft last even
ing for Missoula, Mont,, to spend sev
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rork, daughter
Callio and grandson Erneatt Lott left
Saturday morning for Hot Springs to
spend a couple of months.
Bratt & Goodman have a few choice
first mortgage real estate loans on
conservative values, netting 7 per
cent semi-annual interest. Not tax
able. Safe as a U. S. bond for your
idle money. See them.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker havo
returned from their visit in Denvor.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Meston will return
today from an auto trip to Scott BluiT.
Mrs. Dick Woods left the last of tho
week for Omaha to spend several
Joseph Baskins, of Alliance, who
hnd been visiting in town, left last
John Posey, of Omnhn, is in charge
of the. Pacific hotel during Mr. Baugh's
absence. ' ,
Mrs. Harry Moore left Saturday eyen
ing for LovelniulColo., to visit relatives
Miss Nellio Rhea, who will teach in
the local schools, arrived last evening
Robert Cary left last enening for
Butte, Mont. Enroute he will visit n
few days in Donver.
Ralph Starkey returned the last of
the week from a. two months' auto trip
thru western points.
Gordon Cronin left lastjl night for
Kansas City to complote his course in
tho vetorinary Bchoo).
Mrs and Mrs. Soth Sherwood who
havo boon visiting in Colorado cities
came home Friday.
Miss Jennie Ruldoph ono of tho local
teachers who spent her vacation in
Denver returned this morning.
Prof. Shutz, principnl of the high
school, returned yesterday from hiB
vacation trip in eastern citios.
Harry Baugh, managor of tho Union
Pacific hotel, left a few days ago for
Salt Lake to spond his vacation.
Victor and Rolfo Hnlligan returned
last evening from a pleasant visit in
Denvor and other western points.
J. F. Knrbush, of Ogden, was tho
guest of W. J. and Hiney Landgraf
yesterday while enroute to Chicago.
Jay Peck, who had been employed at
tho Hartman cigar factory for soveral
months, left last night for Kearney to
Mrs. Trexler had as hor guest latt
week Mrs. F. T. Schlier nnd Miss
Menoguo who left for their homo in
Everett Fonda roturned Sunday even
ing from his vacation trip during which
ho visited in Portland, Donver andothor
Judge T. C. Munger arrived from
Lincoln Sunday night and yesterday as
a guest of Keith Neville went out
chicken hunting. Tho Judgo comes
here to hold a brief term of federal
In a card to this office, Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Fowlerwhohavo been spending
a couple of months at Excelsior Springs
and Boone, la., write that they willlbo
home tho lattor part of this week.
People holding shoe slips dated
Sept. 29th. Call and receive prize.
Hub Shoe Dcpt.
Thero will bo an especially important
meeting of the North Platte Esperanto
Association on Wednesday evening of
this week in tho Library building. A
full attendence is very much desired.
Meeting called to order nt 8:00 P. M.
Room open at 7:300 P. M.
The J. D. club will be entertained to
morrow evening by Miss Katie Spies.
Mrs. M. E. Crosby will entertain tho
20th Century Club tomorrow after
noon. Mm. Leopard, of Hastings, is visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simon this
Mrs. A. S.' Chamberlain will leave
today for Lincoln to spend a couple of
J. II. Howe, of Wallace, has ordered
a Model 2o Buick of the J. S. Davis
Mivi'Cora McNeel has gone to Daw
son county to visit hor uncle J. D.
Gwynn for a week.
John Spies who has been in Iowa for
several months arrived Sunday to visit
Miss Oliie Decker, of Maxwell, camo
up the last of the week to visit Miss
Miss Bessie Williams, of St. Joe, at
rived Sunday evening to trim in tho
Hub millinery department.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Hawley expect to
leave this week for Omaha whero tho
"former will have $300 worth of repairs
on his automobile.
Mrs. J. D. Gwynn, of Overton,-Neb.,
who had been visiting her nicco Mis.
Walter McNeel for tho last few days,
left for her homo this morning.
Tho City Council wjll meet in regular
session this evening.
Miss Pearl Koontz went to Maxwell
to take up her duties as teacher.
Tho Girls Friendly Society will meot
at the Parish house this evening. .
Mrs. Georgo Christ returned last
evening from a short visit in Omaha.
Charles Dill has roturned to Chicago,
having visited relatives for u. month
Mr. undMrs. Miner Morrow expect
to leave shortly for Council . Bluffs to
For Runt-4 room hoUBo on East lOtht
W. B.Ellis C20 E. 11th St. 63-1
D. E. Morrill loft this morning for
Hastings to spend soveral days on
Dr. N. McCnbo returned Saturday
from Omaha whore he combined buslnoss
Tho Presbyterian Aid Socigty will
meet in tho church parlors Thursday
Miss Ethel Stitzer, of Schuylor, is
visiting Mrs. R. D. Herzog, having ar
rived a few days ago.
Master Hall Chnpman is host at a
party this afternoon, given in honor of
Ills ninth birth anniversary.
Miss Quiglcy, of Sioux City, returned
homo Saturday after visiting her
brothor Dr. D. T. Quigloy nnd fnmily
fpe ffmtoff$h& sfai;
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