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NORTH P-LATTE, NEB., SEPTEMBER 10, 1912.
I ICirselilbaMm Suit Specials, !
ALL KOOU HANHTAIIOnm
Copyright, IQ12. A. B. Kirschbaum Co,
tf TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
Miss Gertrude Rebhaunan returned
last evening from Kearney and Hast
ings. Miss Winnie Bridges left yesterday
morning for Fremont to visit her
Mr. and Mrs. John Singleton returned
last evening from a visit in eastern
Attorney W. T. Wilcox left last
night for Kimball on professional
E. A. Cary went to Kimball Sunday
evening to transact legal business for
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Crano left this
morning for Scotts Bluffs to attend the
Mrs. Harry Mitchell will leave this
week for Omaha to spend a couple of
weeks with her parents.
Will Lcnnin for six years with the
Rebhausen barber shop, has taken a
chair in the Carson & Landgraf Bhop.
Miss nnie Kramph leaves this even
ing for Hastings where she will visit
Rev. and Mrs. Youngjfor a couple of
Lost around Keith block a bill book
containing papers valuable only to own
er. Liberal reward for return to this
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Graham and their
guests Mr. and Mrs. Major of Ala
bama left this morning for Denver to
spend a week.
R. S. Major, of Birmingham, Ala.
arrived the last of last week to visit
his wife, who is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. M. E. Graham.
Dr. Crook wenti west Saturday night
and yesterday drove in with a new
National roadster that has the appear
ance of being some car.
John T. Davis, editor of the Nebras
ka Oddfellow at Lincoin is expected the
last of tho week to visit his uncle Ed.
Davis "and join, the Swope hunting party
How About that New Car.
Have you had it insured? If not, you
should phono or see Temnle at once. It
is ono of the most hazardous risks you
These are the widely advertised Kirschbaum spec
ials. They are the greatest r-uit -values in America at
$15, $20 and $25. The fabrics are absolutely all-wool,
and of a quality of weave that is not duplicated in any
other clothes at the same prices.
Even the $15 suits are thoroughly hand-tailored;
and trimmed and finished in a way that will surprise the
man who has been wearing the average fifteen dollar
The range of prices give you the choice of every
desirable model of the season, in all of the beautiful new
shades'and pattern effects. At $25 vou have your pick
of the finest fabrics made by the best mills in America.
Kirschbaum tailor work is famous the country over:
the Kirschbaum factory is the model clothes factory of
this-country, if not of the world.
It is a fine thing for us to be able to offer you these
superb suits; and a finer thing for you to be able to buy
iust the same orices as vou
where for the nondescript sort of clothes flooding the I
market this fall.
, It's not a question, either, of taking our sayso for
these splendid clothes. We give the Guaranty of the
maker with every suit, which insures the return of your
money if you are dissatisfied with your purchase.
THE QUALITY PLACE.
Lester Donaldson, of Gothenburg,
spent the first of the week visiting his
brother Herbort Donaldson and fam
ily. Bradford Div. No. 200, G. I. A., will
hold their usual social afternoon ses
sion Friday at 3 o'clock, p. m. A letter
of interest to all members will ba read
at the meeting.
Postmaster Davis is displaying pic
tures of seventeen federal buildiags of
the state. The pictures aro enclosed
in a largo frame in the north window
of the postoffice.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brooker moved
to this city from Alliance Saturday.
Mr. Brooker is the post office inspector
of the western half of Nebraska and
will have an office in the federal build
ing. Fidelity and surety bonds: written for
the Maryland Casualty Company of
Bartimore, lid. I have power of at
torney and execute your bond while
C. F. Temple.
The farmers' instituto at Dickens
will be held October 24th and the farm
ers of that section havo already began
making arrangements to have an in
stitute worthy the name. Mr. Buckley
is in town today soliciting merchants
Money to Loan on
Private or out of
our Building &
Bratt & Goodman.
There aro fields of corn in the south
part of the county that will yield from
forty to sixty bushels to the acre, and
there are other fiolds that will yield but
little. To a groat extent thodiirerenco
is said to be duo to tho method of
culivation, or rather tho frequency that
fiolds were culivated.
would be asked to oav an'
Picture of Merit.
Mrs. C. K. Martini will have a per
manent exchange in The Hub grocery.
Orders for bread, rolls, pies or dough
nuts will receive prompt attention.
Messrs Dick Baker, Louis Tobin and
Arthur RuBh have purchased the Schatz
residence on west 5th street and will
occupy tho same during the wintor.
A wrestling match between Mile
Yrome, of France, and Miss Margaret
Dunn, of Denver, is announced for the
Lloyd on Thursday ovoning, Sept. 12.
Weather forecast Showers and
cooler tonight. Wednesday fair. Maxi
mum temperature yestorday 77; a year
ago 90. Minimum tomperature yester
day 61; a year ago 78.
Attention: When you want your fur
niture, house, auto, plate glass, crops,
machinery or stocks of goods insursd,
call Temple first, as ho has only tho
bsst of companies and wiil give you tho
"Officer CGG, that comedy of risible
tricks and many mysterious moments
woven around the lifo of ampre or less
distinguished picture thiof, who, in tho
play, has chosen a solect New York
neighborhood in upper Fifth avenue as
his base of operations, will be the at
traction at tho Keith theatre next Mon
"Officer GGG" is anothor Cohan &
Harris. In fact, it may bo said to bo
the biggest success in a long list of
successful plnys produced by this pro
gressive firm during tho past eight
years, in none of which has the atmos
pheric strata of merriment been dis
placed with suchadoafening detonation
of laughter as is tho tribute paid to this
Augustin MacHugh farce, with its plot
of mystory woven in a atory that is full
of thrills, heart throbs and fun.
City Schools Open.
The city schools opened yesterday
with apparently a record-breaking at
tendance, though the exact number out
side tho high school has not yet been
obtained by Supt. Tout. The enroll
ment in the high school proper yoster.
day was 220, which is twenty-nine more
than the seating capacity. In the
Washington building, the east end
building and tho lower grades of tie
Central building the attendance at the
opening was such as to overcrowd nil
the rooms, while nt the Lincoln building
on tho north side tho attendance wrs"
Just about what the maximum number
The attendance has been increased
from sixty to seventy-fivo by reason of
the closing of the parochial school, this
ncroase being largely in tho lower
Enrollment in the high school was
mnde last week, and an hour after tho
gong sounded ut 9:30 yestorday morning,
tho work was runnning along as
smoothly as though the work had been
in progress for a month.
Supt. Tout was highly elated last
evening over tho splendid start the
schools hud made on tho opening day.
' Accidents of Yesterday.
Carl Broader brought his son to town
last evening to havo an ugly wound
dressed. The boy was driving a hay
rake on tho Broeder farm southwost
of town when the team ran away and
ho was thrown under the rake. One
of) the teeth caught his leg and made
a tleep gash several inches long. He re
ceived othor bruisos.
The young son of a man named Vun
Natta, who unloads coal at the Iddings
yard, fell from a car last ovening and
substainud several severe cuts on ftthe
hands and wrists. Tho little fellow was
taken to a physician and had the wounds
Mrs. Simauts Killed.
Mrs. Anna Baggott Simants who had
b,oen employed in Lewollen for two
months past was accidently killed Sat
urday evening. With a party of friend
she was riding on a speeder between
Lewollen und Lisco when; a largo cut
ran across tho track wa3 caught in the
wheels und tipped tho specdor throwing
the occupants several foot andinjuring
them. Mrs. Simants was rendered un
consious und her injuries pronounced
st-rious, He parents who reside here
were notified and reached her bed side
shortly before she ' died. The remains
wore brought down last evening on the
Anna Baggott would be twenty-three
years df ago Sopt. 12th. Sho whs the
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Bag
gott who survive her. Her other rela
tives loft are brother Thomas, sisters
Mrs. Mary Wilson, Emma and Graco
Baggott. Sho was married six years
ago to George Simants und resided hero
the greater part of hor lifo.
The funeral will be hold from the
residence this afternoon.
Wouid Repair South Side Ditch.
The irrigation committee of tho
Chamber of Commerce held a meeting
last evening and decided to havo En
gineer Willis, of Bridgeport, come here,
go over the south side ditch and submit
an estimate of tho cost of putting the
ditch in an operative condition. Tho
actual acreago of land under the ditch
will nlso be ascertained, and when such
information is ascertained it will be
presented to the land owners under tho
ditch at a meeting to be called for that
purpose. With this information at
hand, the land owners will be asked to
decide w.hethor they deBiro to form a
district and vote bonds to repair the
ditch and place it in successful opera
tion. The south side ditch when in opera
tion Was tho largest irrigation enter
prise in tho county; it not only covered
the greatest area of land but it is gen
erally conceded that the south side
bench land which It covers is superior
to the bottom land of the vulley. I
It is hoped that tho owners of land
under the ditch will feel sufficiently in
tcreHted to at least carefully investi
gate the proposition of rehabilitating
Bratt & Goodman have a few extra
choice loans, netting 7 per cent and 8
per cent semi- annual interest. A safe
and good investment for your idle
money. See tlicin.
anted Girl for general housework.
Arfply at -114 west Sixth.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nealo will leave
shortly for Stapolton to locate.
The Episcopal Guild will be enter
tained ut tho parish house on Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Salisbury left
this morning for Tonica, 111., to spend
several weeks. ,
To Fight Horse Disease.
Today's Omaha Boo says: Extreme
measures looking toward checking men
ingitis, which has becoifTu epidemic and
fatal to thousands of horses in Nebras
k and Kansas, will bo taken by the
department of animal husbandry of
Responding to Governor Aldrich's ap
peal, sent to tho department Saturday,
an answer came yesterday announcing
that Thursday of this weak five federal
veterinary experts would meot in Lin
coln to map out a campaign of combat
ngninst the meningitis germ.
Before the end of the week It Is
hoped that tho forces will be thoroughly
organized to curry the fight to every
county in Nel raika, even to the extent
of employing precautionary measures
in those sections where the disease has
not yt appeared.
For Sale -139 acres of hay and nl
falfa land, one and one-hnlf miles south
of North Platte. Inquire of Owen
Jones, North Platte. G3-2
Western Union Telegraph Co.
Rec'd 7:03 p. m. 9 O. M. C. S.
Omnha, Neb., 9-8. 1912.
Horse disease spreading rapidly; also
attacking cattle. Those using germa
zone in drinking water for stock in in
fected territory seem singularly immune.
Give twice a week in pure water to
strong purple color or daily in all water
if disease is near by. Gcrmazono in
drink kills germs taken In food. Cir
Geo, H. Ler Co.
Germnzone sold only at Rexnll und
Nyal drug stores. CO cents tho bottle.
I have some exceptional bargains in
town property. If you aro figuring on
building or bujing this fall, cull mid lot
me Bhow you what IJiave. I can save
your money. C F. Temple.
A JXnt loiml liitnlc must opcrnto undor STHOJSG
JilSSTIUCTIONS Tor sni'oty, Intd down 7v tho
Gowrntnont nt Washington. JJoI'qvo tho U. S.
GOVlSltNMnNT grunted us n ohm-tor to do 'n
blinking husluoss, thoy sntlsflod thomsolvos thnt
tlioi'o wns hoth nionoy nnd ohnrnotoi' bohind out'
biuilc Thoy wnntod to flSSUlZJS, tho snfoty of our
Ho YOUlt bunking with
The First National Bank,
Ol XOUTir PLA.TTJB, NRJBRA.SICA.
Tho L,nr(roHt 13 tittle In Wostorn TCcbz-nslcn.
THnwAttirri' tr av owj?oa t .nm Dri r
'yy,v. u 1 j v rj'i. j ol.
This is the attraction that opened the season for the
Broadway in Denver Sept. 2d.
PRICES 50 CENTS TO $1-50.
For Sale. The property at 803 W.
lltli St., south-east corner lot. House
of 4 rooms, pantry and closet. Nice
poarch. Built only tvo years ago.
House completely furnished, including
$500.00 piano and base burner. If sold
at once, will Take $1,400.00 cash for
house and furniture or $1,000.00 for
house alone. Step lively. C. F. Temple.
The Baptist Ladies Aid will hold a
social on the parsonage lawn Friday
evening. Special program will be given
Hnd n lunch served. Those having
envelopes with, names will turn them in
nt this tiime.
UEl'OltT OV THE CONDITION OK THK
McDonald State Bank,
of North Platte. Charter No. D17
Incorporated, In the State of Nebraska.
at thoclosoof business September
Loans and discounts.... f Vi',"0T"21
Ilonrts, securities. Judg
ments, claims, etc. ... 13,500.00
llaiiUIni: housi furnl- ?"
turuaiul fixtures 13.000.00
Duo from natn'l, and
Ntato banks JXi.CJLiir.
Chucks and ItouiA of ex
change '.; 2.CW7.W
Curroiusy ai.OMOd' ' '
Gold coin.. 635.00 '''
Silver, nlcltoia and conts. O.t'TB.U.i 09.lor.43
Capital stock paid In.... $100,000,00
Surplus fund .,.. B.ouo.oo
Undivided prollts 10.4II.V7
Individual ueiH)HltM sub
ject to Check 172.S03.40
Demand certificates of
Time cortlflcatoM of do-
posit I01.404.rt3 .
Dun to natn'l and statu
banks SI.031.C0 803.478.31
State of NelirakUn, County of Lincoln, ss.
1. w. n. McDonald, Cashier of tho above.
named bank, do hereby swear that tho
ubovefelatemeni Is a correct and truueopyof
tho report made, to tho Slate llutiklni; Hoard.
V. II McDonald. Cashier.
Attesjj Chas McDonald. Director.
j J. 11, McDonald. Director.
Subscribed and sworn to liofont mo this 10th
day of September. IBM
.1 F. KVAXS. Notary Public,
Monday, Sept. 16
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