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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., SEPTEMBER q, 191;
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Local and Personal.
Miss Anna Krnmph went to Hastings
this morning, where she will visit
. friends for a couple of days.
The initial session of the Travel and
Club for 191344 season was held last
evening at the home of Miss Laura
Master Wayno Carter, of Laramio, is
visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Letts. The young man arrived
Mrs. Voorhees Lucas, who had been
spending several weeks in Denver,
Grand Junction and Cheyenne, returned
Tho Presbyterian Carnival begins at
G:30 sharp, Thursday evening. Supper
will be served from G:30 on through tho
For Rent-Desirable four room cottage
-warmly built, and modern except hoat.
A small and careful family wanted.
Inquire of phone black 464.
Mr. and Mrs, Durkee, of St. Louis,
who had been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Albert vonTrotfor a week, left for
home this morning.
Monday afternoon the G. I. A. will
go to Mrs. Trexler's where a recep
tion will be given for Mrs. Geo.
Basking who will soon leave the dity.
In the game of ball Surfday between
the Wolboch team of Grand Island and
the local team the latter won by a score
of eight to three. Outside tho battery,
the visitors were rather weak, being
credited with nine errors.
For Sale Read Pullman baby carri
age in good condition. Mrs. Fred Marti,
121 West Fourth St.
The Crystal theatre has been under
goiug improvements for a week past;
new flooring has been laid in the en
trance, a number of changes made in
the ticket office and several other con
veniences piac2d in the interior.
Before investing, see what I am of
fering in west end lots.
0. H. Thoelecke
Messrs. Leypoldt, Abbott and Thomp
son, of Heishey, were in town yester
day boosting for the farmers' institute
which will be held in that village Oc
tober Gth to 10th inclusive. In addition
to lectures by noted agriculturists there
1 will be exhibits of produce and stock.
A meeting of the Mothers Club
was held yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. W. R. Maloney. After a
business Bcssion an interesting suid in
structive discourse was given by Dr. J.
B Redfield upon' "The Relation of a
Perfect Development of the Chid's
Apparatus for Digesting, Breathing
and Acting." Mrs. Irene Lowell, of
St Louis, gave a select reading for the
benefit of the chi dren. Hereafter the
meetings will be held at tho North Platto
School of Music, No. 122 N. Front St.
Th" marriago of Miss Lillian Graham
and Maurice Guilliame was solemnized
at five thirty this morning at the St.
Patrick's parsonage. Rev. Kavanough
performed the ceremony in the presence
of a few relatives and close friends.
The bride was attired in a neat and
stylish tailored suit of brown diagonal
serge with hat to match. The attendants
to the bridal couple were Mr. and Mrs.
At six o'clock a wedding breakfast
was served at the Guilliuume home and
the young couple left on theeaily morn
ing train for Denver to spend two
Upon their return they will begin
housekeeping in the comfortable home
on east Third street which the groom
has in readiness and will bo at homo to
their friends about October 1st.
Presbyterian Church Carnival.
One of the finest suppers and one of
tho pieasantest of times is to be had at
the Carnival at the Presbyterian church
basement, Thursday evening, Septem
ber 11th, beginning at G:30 sharp.
The Brotherhood will give the finest
Minstrel Entertainment ever given in
tha city. The baby show will be the
most unicme affair you have ever seen.
The fishing pond will be large enough
for all to fish. The Gypsy will be ever
ready to tell your fortune. A moving
picture show will be going at all times.
Thepicture gallery will contain the
greatest masterpieces ever displayed in
North Platte. Dutch ladies will serve
you a dutch lunch and Aunt Dinah and
her girls will serve hot cakes and maple
syrup. The American ladies will serve
you with an Ameriean lunch and Jap
anese girls will wait upon you with cool
refreshments. -Sweet candies will bo
sold bv sweet eirls and the bovs will
sell you fresh popcorn. Be sure and
spend the evening there and take a
souvenir of the affair home with you.
Notice for Bids.
Sealed bids will bo received by the
undersigned secretary of the Board of
Education of the school district of the
city of North Platte, Lincoln county,
Nebraska', up to tho hour of G o'clock
jt. m. on the 4th day of October, 1913,
for lots 1. 2.13 and 4, block 140, of the
original town of North l'latte, exclusive
of tho building, the lots will be sold
separately. Hids will also be received
for the building and foundation.
The board reserres the right to reject
anv and all bids.
By order of the Board of Education.
A. F. Stheitz, Secty.
Mrs. Al VonTrot was called to Omahn
Saturday by the illness of her daughter.
Wm Garman, who has been making
his homo at Hastinrs for several months,
is in town Visiting his sons.
Frank J. McGovern returned last
evening from Denver, where he visited
the home folks for a week past.
Now is the time to see about those
stove repairs. See P. M. McGovern
for stove repairs of all kinds. Stoves
cleaned and set up. 1005 Locust St
Phono Black 390. G5-8
Remonstrances to the Lonergan peti
tion asking the city council to amend
an existing ordinance so as to allow
picture shows to opcrato on Sunday,
was circulated among the congregations
at all the Protestant churches Sunday.
It is not at all probably that the council
will take any further action on the
Why not live in town by paying a
little more for your lot. Let's talk it
over. 0. H. Thoelecke.
Manager dimming, of the ball team,
has gone to the east part of the state
to see what can bo done in the way of
purchasing the franchise of the Fremont
or some other team in the state lengue.
If ho can secure a franchise it is
probablo that North Platte next season
will have a state league team.
Estrayed Mouse-colored horse, ago
lOyears, white right foot witli ropodurri,
weight about 800 lbs. Dav. Scott. 203
East 9th Street. 6-1-4
Foreman McEvoy and twelve of the
car men returned today from n week's
trip as far west as Chappell and up to
Gering on the branch, on which they
spent the time removing the outfit cars
from the trucks and placing them on
the ground. The trucks wore removed
from tho thirty cars, in which the sec
tion men live, and the iron sent to
Judge n'nd Mrs. J. S. Hoagjand leave
Saturday night for Minneapolis to attend
the grand lodge of Odd Fellows, to
which the Judge is one of ihe represent
atives from Nebraska and is also a
member of one of the grand lodge com
mittees. Ho has attended tho grand
lodce for a number of years and has a
wide acquaintance among the prominent
Odd Fellows of the United States.
F. J. Diener & Co., Real Estate and
Insurance. Farm and city property for
Architect Reynolds moved his office
yesterday from the Morsch to the Mc
Cabe building. The rooms in this new
building in nddition to those of Mr.
Reynold's are occupied by J. F. Cla
baugh, insurance; Dr. Crocker, osteo
pathic physician; E. W. Mann, insur
ance and tho Nebraska Real Estate
Co. Quite a large area in tho rear of
the second floor is used as a machine
shop by Hendy & Ogier.
Elegant residence lots from $150 to
$300 on Third, Fourth and Fifth
streets. These are choice bargains.
0. H. Thoelecke.
Suit has been brought against fhoinas
Neville, of Hastings who is visiting his
dauehtjr Mrs. Le Simon in this city,
by Mr. and Mrs. McGowan for twenty
thousand dollars. While at their home
in Fairfield Mr. Neville left a bottle of
carbolic acid in his room which was
found by tho two year old baby who
drank a largo quanity of it and died
shortly after. The case will be brought
up for trial in Fairfield in the near
Buick Makes Fast Trip .
Last Sunday a Buick 30 was driven
from Scottsbluff to the mountains west
of Wheatland, Wyoming.and buck. They
left at 11 a. m. and returned at 10:20 p.
m. The distance is 230 miles. The re
turn trip of 115 miles was made in ex
actly 5 hours. The roads wore very
rough and washed out in many places
and the average speed maintained
through that country is considered very
good. The car used 13 gallons of gaso
line, 3 quarts of cylinder oil and one
pint of water on the entire trip.
ScottBbluff County Republican.
Notice for Bids.
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of Directors of the Platte Valley Irriga
tion District will receive sealed bids
for tho construction of concrete founda
tions and floors for ten steel bridges and
for the construction of twelve concreto
checks and drops combined, also one
concrete arch. Work must be com
menced on or before October 15th, 1913.
Bids must be based upon tho specifica
tions on file covering this work nd
shall be mads on regular bidding blanks
furnished by I. E. Ware, Secrotary, at
Hershey, Neb. All bids must be in the
office of the Secretary by 10 o'clock, a.
m., October 7th, 1913, when same will
The board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
I. E. Wake,
GG-G Sec. Platte Valley Irr. Dist.
Wo announce the opening of a Shoe
Repairing department, and solicit a
share of the patronage of the public.
Good work guaranteed at reasonable
prices. Fokstedt & SlIEEDY.
Harness shop on Locust street.
For all acirto or chronic diseases, the
indicated Homeopathic remedy always
the safest, quickest and best.
Twinkm's Drug Dept.
Tuesday, Sept. 9th.
Esenkay Photo Play,
"The Power of Conscience"
A dramatic masterpiece on two reels,
featuring Francis X. Bushman.
John Bunny; Florn Finch and Lillian
Walker in ,
;'When the Press Speaks"
A clever plot. He takes off his hat to
the press, changes his views about
women and the result is a double en
gagement. Don't fail to hear
MISS FAYE STEPHEMS
the little violinist who will give us a
A BIG EVENING FOR TEN CENTS
You are Invited to Attend Our
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Beginning at 8 p. m at tlie
I SEE THE STYLES YOUR GREAT GRANDMOTHER WORE
mtllm kW yll LA A Ten Thousand Dollar Moving P.icture Film, 1 n
rfmll IlUV if ill W Three Thousand Feet in length, portraying' by Motion J I
iolm j I iJUvC I lyjr Photography the styles of the century in contrast with 1 j
7I IWI If Hva I MA ' those of today, will be shown to our friends and cus- 11 ' iQiSv
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MtflM SI I V HP The title of the fllm is "Mr3, Carter Worthington's If
mmwllili I'll WT Dilemma." It portraysin an interesting and fascina- j I II 1
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rlirmjn V ll'fy counter in their efforts to procure costumes, gowns NJ If vim
flffiKilf J iff Am and tailored suits that meet the approval of those who St I JMsU
rWtjfJ2w know style, fit and tailoring. ! ! H 'l
ISssl Mrs- Worthingr.on has an annoying experience lulllxv 11
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mPbs-' t,oi trnnViloa nrp snlvpil hv lir hnsom friend. Mrs. I.iln lllUllM illT
By Laskerfield who has discovered the merits of PRINT- IlllUU.
ZESS. I ! AY
A Ten Thousand Dollar Moving Picture Film,
Three Thousand Feet in length, portraying' by Motion
Photography the styles of the century in contrast with
those of today, will be shown to our friends and cus
The title of the film is "Mrs. Carter Worthinton's
Dilemma." It portraysin an interesting and fascina
ting way the difficulties that our women friends en
counter in their efforts to procure costumes, gowns
and tailored suit3 that meet the approval of those who
know style, fit and tailoring.
Mrs. Worthingr.on has an annoying experience
in search for a new costume in which to attend The
Annual Costume Pageant of the Delaware Society, and
her troubles are solved by her bosom friend, Mrs. Liln
Laskerfield who has discovered the merits of PRINT
ZESS. During the Costume Pageant, we will introduce
on film the styles of the last century beginning with
the girl of 1800 and proceeding by 10 year periods'up
to the present day.
The third reel will portray the visit of Mrs. Lila Laskerfield to the home of the PRINTZESS and just what she saw while watching
the making of a PRINTZESS garment. On the lust red we show a parade of living models, wearing the styles of the season, the very
garments that you will see in our department.
TICKETS ARE GRATIS and can be obtained only in our garment department. Ticket distribution willbegin on Monday,
Sept 8th, and continue until the seating capacity of the Empress theatre is exhausted.
Make this a gala occasion, call up your friends, have them meet you in our department. Make up a party to attend this Fashion
Exhibit in a body, and know what t he styles for Fall really are.
Remember the Date September 10th, 1913, beginning at 8 p. m. in the Empress Theatre
Ticket distribution begins Monday, Sept. 8th. Tickets are gratis; get them in our garment department.
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