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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JANUARY 1, 1915.
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CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
A. P. Boeler, of Hershey, was in
the city Inst evening to attend the
Elks' annual stag banquet.
Attorney J. J. Hnlllgan and W. T.
Wilcox returned yesterday from Lin
coln whore they attended the meet
ing of the state bar association.
Attorney Wm E. Shuman returned
yesterday morning from Lincoln
whoro ho spent a few days attend
ing the state bar association meeting.
William Schipler of Polk county
was in tlio city a few days this week
visiting friends and looking after
some business affairs.
iIr. and Mrs. Nelson Winters, who
were married last week, reurned yes
terday from their wedding trip through
tho cast and have started housekeep
ing in this city.
Attorn oy W. V. Hoagland returned
yesterday from Lincoln where he
spent a few days at tho meeting of the
stato bar association, llo also went
to that city to flic motion of appeal in
tho supreme court in tho case of the
stato vs. M. J. O'Connell.
Miss Florence MacKay has been
engaged by tho Episcopal vestry to
play tho organ in tlio place of Miss
Elsa Ackerraan who resigned last
week and left for Lincoln . Miss Mac
Kay will begin her duties some time
Allison Wilcox was able to be out
on tho street last evening for the first
time in about six weeks. He has had
quito a siege of sickness but Is now
gradually getting stronger. He is
obliged to walk with a cane for tho
Tho following menu will be served
for the commercial dinner at the
Christian church, Monday, January
4th, from 11:30 to 1:30 p. m. Price
30 cents. Everyone invited. Chicken
and noodles, meat loaf, mashed pota
toes, gravy, creamed turnips, Blue
berry pie, coffee. ,
Miss Elsa Ackerman left this week
for Lincoln where she will mako her
homo with her parentsrtoyfromFFauff j
homo in tho future. For some time
past she has been conducting a pri
vate class in piano in this city but
she has given it up and will make her
home with her parents in Lincoln.
At tho closo of business Dec. 31,
1914, there was no indebtedness!
against the North Platte Lumber Co.
BLANCHE B. FIELD,
L. B. DICK,
Sec'y and Treas.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hilton left Wed
nesdty night for Lincoln where they
will mako their homo In tlio future.
Mr. Hilton was formerly employed
on Tho Telegraph but recently ac
cepted a position with the Lincoln
Daily Star whore lie will have the
court houso beat. Mrs. Hilton goes
from Lincoln to Iowa where she will
spend a few weeks visiting her par
ents. Hale an i D iic-
New Year s Day Matinee at 3 PI
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at the Keith Theatre,
Four High Class Acts with Five Clever People
Harry Hale, King o the Banjo,
Duncan, Euck and Wing Dancer,
Otto Gray, Lariat Manipulator,
Miss Luia ColJins, Dancer, and
Hale in a Black Face Act
THREE KEELS OF PICTURES.
Beginning December 26t)hi and Closing January 13th we will give you a discount
of one-fifth from the regular price of every article carried in our Dry Goods, Cloaks,
Dresses, Suits, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum, Notion, Gents' Furnishing and Shoestocks.
These goods will be sold to you at regular price and one-fifth deducted from "y our
bill. During this sale we will not open any new goods in these departments, lit
will pay you to come early before the assortments are broken.
Mr. and Mrs. Warrcfi Hogg left
last night for Wyoming where they
will spend the remainder of the win
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lorrimer mov
ed t'hls week Into a house on west
Second street and started housekeep
ing. Robert Salccttl, of Alabama, Is vis
iting in the city for a few days with
his uncle, M. A. Salcettl. The young
er Mr. Salcetti, has but recently
come to this country from Switzer
land. Shortly after one o'clock this morn
ing the Are department was called
out on an alarm sent in from the third
ward They drove all over the west
part of the city but were unable to lo
cate a fire.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Itedlleld enter
tained fourteen guests last evening
at their home at a watch party. A
pleasant evening was enjoyed with
cards and a nice two-course luncheon
A large number of tho Epworth
Leaguo membership was present last
evening at the watch party held at the
Swanson home. A pleasant evening
was enjoyed with music and games
and nice refreshments wore served.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Jury Drawn Yesterday
.. For January Term of Court.
The board of county connnlssslon
ers met yesterday morning and se
lected the 'names from the drawing of
the Jury for the January term of
court which opens January 25th. The
jurors wero drawn by District Clerk
Prosser, County Clerk Yost and Sher
Tho following named men wero
named for service in the next term.
D. W. Kunkle, Kern precinct; I. E.
Ware, Nichols precinct; Milton Ba
ney, Wallace; Victor Burgman, Vro
man precinct; Harry S. Boyle, North
Platte No. 1, D. E. Jolllffc, Dickons,
Henry Hansen, Lemon precinct; Geo. ,
Garmnn, Hooker precinct; C. E.I
King, Sunshine precinct; David Day,
North Platto No. 1; M. C. Lcth, Mil-'
ler precinct; Arthur Burke, Maxwell;
Charles Bowman, North Platte No. 3;
Claudo E. Miller, Deere Creek pre
cinct; F. E. Burgner, North Platto
No. 2; Loin Bailey, North Platte No.
1; A. T. Yost, North Platto No. 4;
Dennis Helberg, Antelope precinct;
Louis Carlson, Cottonwood precinct;
Henry Bretern'itz, Ilinman precinct;
Kobert Hoatson, BIrdwood precinct;
A. W. Hoatson, Sutherland; N. S.
Leonard Stewart and Misses Ver
onica and Helen Stuart of Lexington
were in the city Wednesday even
ing to attend tlio dance given at tho
Lloyd opera house by tho Catholic
Llconso to wed was issued yester-
! day morning from tho olllco of tho
ounty judge to Yaichl Wada, 2G, of
North Platte, and Miss MIsoo Mo
tooka, 18, of Sedgwick, Colo.
Buy HUH) Acres Lincoln ('nuufj Laud.
Hugh Scoonover and Burr Lloyd
f tbls city consummated a deal where
by they purchased a sixteen hundred
nc re ranch sixteen miles south of
this city. The lnnd was purchased
Horn William Schipler of Polk county
.mil contain bosldos some good graz
ing land a number of acres of good
arm land. Mr. Lloyd will go on tho
ranch this spring and raiso cattle. Ho
will have chargo of tho work on tho
ranch and Mr. Scoonover will remain
in this city and operate his clothing
Iteeltnl at .Sutherland ....
Miss Florence MacKay and Miss Ir
ma Huffman loft this morning for
Sutherland whoro thoy will appear
this ovenlng in recital. Tlio yound la
dles gavo a recital at Hershoy Tues
day evening which was very suc
cessful and was much enjoyed by tho
rosldonts of that town.
J. W. Abbott. D. M. Loypoldt and
J. Sharpley Thomas, of Ilorshoy wore
prosont last ovenlng at tho annual
banquet hold nt tho Elks' homo by
tho local ordor.
Charles Thomas, of Dickens, was in
thi tity laht evening to attend the
Lllio annual Uag banquet
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ANNUAL IN FINK STVLK
About a hundred twenty-flvo wero
in attendanco last evening at tho an
n.ul stag baliquet held by tho B, P. O.
Elks at their homo and a most glori
ous night was enjoyed until tho weo
sma' hours. A fine banquet was serv
ed by Catorer Hupfer and this was
followed by a program a la cabaret
under tho charge of J. B. McDonald.
All did amplo justice to tho supper
which consisted of an abundanco of
eatables and drinkables and a jolly
time was enjoyed with the singing of
old familiar airs between tho courses.
Stamp's orchestra furnished music
during tho feast and throughout tho
After tlio meal the flroworks went up
and the program was pronounced to
be the best that has ever been given
here. The progrnm Btnrtod with the
singing of "It's a Long Way out on
the Prairies, but North Platto Lies
There" In which all present Joined.
Following this some very clover
stunts wero presented which pleased
tho audience very mucli(. Musical
selections wero presented by Frank
McGovcrn, Harry Lawson, Earl Stamp
and Prof. A. E. Garltchs.
Oilier numbers on tlio program were
a dark soliloquy given by Holfo Ilal
ligan, a Dutch dlaloguo with music
by Messrs. James Clinton and Joseph
Stone, a song and danco by James
Clinton, Frank McGovorn, Jnck Stack,
Will Friend, Mis Ernest Hlncker nnd
Miss Davy Day, which was very clev
er. Tho closing was a great war drama
with tho Czar Nicholas, the Emperor
George, President Polncairo nnd Kais
er Wllhclm, all present bedecked out
in their military accoutrements. This
was a clover pantoiuiino and after
tho singing of songs a squad of sal-
dlers gave drills. They had infantry,
cavalry, solgo guns nnd Zeppelins from
which toy balloon bombs dropped. Tills
was tho triumph of tho evening's en
tertainment and brought down tho
houso. Following this a number of
thoso present wero presented by tho
Kniaor with tho Iron Cross ns a reward
for certain sorvicos nftesr which the
men wero dispersed. Tho program was
1'ionounced tho best success ever.
Wo havo again a l. umber of choico
nn.l immuno boar ot both breeds
largo enough for strong sorvlce, weigh
ing from 125 to 800 lbs. You may havo
your choice for $20.00 during tho next
thrco weeks. Wo also havo a num
ber of Bed Polled bull calves and
Barred Plymouth Rock cockerels for
If you wlsli to seo tho stock, take
tho local to Markel, which Is on our
farm four mllos west of Lexington.
J. O ANDERSON and II. IIENHY,
09-0 Lexington, Neb.
Frank Nugent of Maxwell was a bus
iness vhltor In tho city yesterday
North l'lallo (Jets lJxtni Sen Ice.
An extra courtesy was extended tho
North Platto po3tofIlco department
this wcok by tho government when
they allowed passenger train No. 1 to
bo added to tho mall trains running
Into this city. Slnco tnklng off No.
11 the mall services from tho east
has been grcntly crlplcd but this will
mako up tho deficiency
This now mall train will bring In a
pouch from Chicago and also one from
Omaha. North Platto Is tho onl town
In Nebraska outsldo of Oninlia that
gels this sorvlce. No. 1 Is a ninll train
from Chicago to Omaha but has never
beforo carried mall farther than Oma
ha. This allows an afternoon delivery
of mail to get in and bo distributed
In time for tho afternoon delivery
whilo before all tho mail that camo
In after the morning trains hnd to
wait over until the next day to bo de
livered. For Trade
I havo a nlno room residence with
quarter block of ground well locnted
In first class condition, located in
Kearney, Nebraska. I will trade for
cheap grazing lnnd tributary to
North Platte. Prorer to deal with own
er. This placo will bear (ho closest In
spection. C. II. LEDBETTEIt,
99tf Kearney, Nob.
Miss Madge Flynn of this city enter
tained twclvo young ladles Tucsdny
evening at her homo In honor of Miss
Florenco Louden, who is visiting hero
from Stapleton. A pleasant ovening
was reported by all who wore pres
ent. Miss Blanche Fonda loaves this week
for Shenandoah, Iowa, whoro she has
accepted a position as stenographer
In a seed house.
Mrs. E. W. Fetter of Brady is spend
ing tills week visiting friends In this
Saturday, January 2d, 1915.
FOUR PIECE ORCHESTRA
FIVE CENTS TO EVERYBODY.
SHOW STARTS AT 7:30 P. M.
LOCAL AN1) PERSONAL.
Dr. E W. Fettor, of Brady, was in
attendance last ovenlng at tho Elks'
annual stag banquet.
Mis Florence hidings leaves soon
for Bryn Mawr to resumo her collego
studios after tho holidays liore.
Mis Mario McCabo leaves this week
for Notro Dame, hid., whero she will
resumo her studies niter spending
the holidays hero with her parents.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Palmer and son
returned yestordny from Calloway,
whero thoy spent sovcral days visit
ing rolntlvcs and friends.
Fred Tully, night clerk for tlio Un
ion Pacific hotel, has resigned his po
sition and left yesterday for Omaha,
whoro ho will mako his hlmo In tho
Mis Janet McDonald leaves this
wcok for Poughkeepslo, N. Y. to ro
Bumo her worlc in Vassar collego after
visiting through tho holldnys with her
parents in this city.
Miss Kntiicrlnu Lewis, of Wnyne,
Neb., wln was recently elected as a
teacher in tho high school in tho plnco
of Miss Gantt, has tendered her res
ignation and will go elsowhcro to
teach. Tlio board lias hired Miss Es
ther Bailey from Lincoln In her plnco
and Miss Bailey will arrlvo soon to
look over tho work preparatory to
starting school next week.
Mis Blanche Fonda entcrtnlned Inst
Tuesday ovening at her homo on west
Third street at a COO party In favor
of the girls who wero homo from
school for tho holidays. Eight ta
bles wero In uso and u plensant ov
enlng was enjoyed. Tho houso was
beautifully decorated with Christmas
decorations and tho color scheme of
green and Wlilto was carried out with
cut ilowers and other decorations. Fol
lowing tho entertainment a nico two
course luncheon wns served.
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