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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JANUARY 12, 1915.
LOCAL AND PEItSOftAIi
P. R. Hullignn left this morning for
Arthur to transact legal business.
Discount Salo at Wilcox Department
storer closes tomorrow night.
Attorney J. G. Becler loft this morn
ing for Oshkosh to spend tho day on
Take your pick of anw Skirt in tho
store that formerly sold up to $15.00
for only ?4.98 nt BLOCK'S Remodoling
Wheat sold In Kearney Saturday at
$1.20 per bushel. Tho Hub says that
farmors in that section will hold their
wheat for $1.25.
W. It. Powell, tho watchmaker, re
turned last evening from Denver where
he spent several days on a trip com
bining business and pleasure.
Wall for (ho real Clothing- Salo of
the season, beginning Saturday Janu
ary 1C, nt THE STAR.
Mrs. F. W. Rlncker, who is a grand
ofllcer of the Order of Eastern Star,
will go to Chappell Thursday to In
spect the chapter at that place.
A. F. Streitz went to Omaha Sunday
night to attend a meeting of tho
Streitz Realty Company, of which ho
is president. He will return tomorrow.
Furs! At Half Price. Pick out any
set of furs you liko and Just deduct
half off tho original price, during this
Rig Remodeling Sale at BLOCK'S.
Mark Leonard returned last even
ing from a business trip of a few days
up the branch. He visited at differ
ent points along tho lino looking for a
Remember you get one-fifth off on
dry goods and shoes at Wilcox De
partment store for only one more day.
Mrs. Clyde Cook returned last ev
ening from a visit with her husband
in Kearney. Mr. Cook was transferred
to a run out of Kearney recently to
fill another man's place. Mrs. Cook
also visited in Stapleton.
Ladles' Suits at give away prices
Your choice of any Suit In the store
formerly, sold up to $40.00, Remodeling
Sale price $9.75.' BLOCKS. .
Weather forecast for North Platte
and vicinity: Partly cloudy tonight and
Wedutrfday; warmer tonight, colder
Wct'nesday; highest temperature ys
'cuty 41, a yeir ago 45; lowest leu
night J 8, a year aco 14.
MUTT & GOODMAN
lime soma, good, residency mopcrty
In North Flatto to exchunge for farm
or hay land. See them.
W. W. Blrgo loft this morning up tho
branch to look after sorao business
matters in difforcnt places.
Only one more day to get one
tenth off' on Groceries at Wilcox De
John Holcombo of tho Maxwell vicin
ity nrflved in tho city last evening to
visit friends for a short time.
Tho meeting of tho W. C. T. U. which
was scheduled for this afternoon has
been changed to Thursday afternoon,
Tomorrow is tho last day of tho dis
count salo at Wilcox Department Store.
Only ono moro day to buy goods at
tho discount sale at Wilcox Depart
Tho Royal Neighbors will hold a
mooting tomorrow afternoon, Wednes
day, January 13lh, for tho installation
of ofilcurs. Tho meeting is called for
three o'clock and all members arc
uracil to bo present.
Tho Knights of Columbus will hold
a skating party at tho rink Thursday
ovenlng o which all members aro in
vited. Friday evening they will havo
a roller skating rncihg meet and a
number of good races rtro scheduled.
Wnlt for tho rcnl Clothing Snlc of
tho season, beginning Saturday Jnnu
nry 10, nt THE STAR.
Glenn Rowell and William Basklns,
of Stapleton, wero among the visitors
to this city last evening to attend the
show. Mr. Rowell was formerly lo
cated hero with the C. F. Iddings lum
Wanted Girl for general house
work. Inquire of Mrs. W, H. McDon
ald, 407 west Fifth street.
A regular meetiug of Signet Chapter
No. 55 O. E. S. will bo held Thursday
oyenlng, January 14th. There will bo
initiation and all members aro urged to
bo present. Refreshments will be
0. H. Thoelecke returned this morn
ing from a business visit of a few
days in Omaha. While in that city
ho called at tho hospital to see Mr.
Letts but was denied admission to his
room on account of Mr. Letts' condi
tion. Walt for tho real Clothing Sale of
the season, beginning Saturdny Janu
ary 10, at THE STAR. , . ;&i' ,
At a meotlrig';of the 'county pQirunls
sloners Commissioner F. W. Hermlng
hausen was appointed as temporary
chairman In the place of D. B. White
who iB on the sick list. Mr. Hormlng
hausen will now sign ttye warrants as
chairman. Tho commissioners started
'Saturday mornirig 'checking' over"ihe
books of tho sheriff. '
CONDENSED REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA,
- ." DECEMBER 31, 1914
. . & " lL.
Loans and-Discounts . . .$398,959.34
Overdrafts'. .'. 520.17
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,900.00
United States Bonds (Par) 101,000.00
Federal Reserve Bank Stock (1st Installment) 1,500.00
Other, High Grado Bonds and Securities ; 64,419.86
Cash In Vault, Duo from U. S. Treasurer, Federal Reserve
Bank and.Other Banks ... 154,529.18
Capital Stock . $100,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 56,350.48
Circulation '. '. ' 100,000.00
ipecial Sale on Flour
Best Patent Flour - - - $1.45
Jhese prices good to January 18.
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JLi9 111 9 JLjjHLI JljUP
Phone 67. . North Locust.
LOCAL AXI) TEKSOXAL i
Tho Twentieth Century club will .
meet this ovenlng at tho library build i
Mrs. J. K. Ottcnsteln expects to
loavo tomorrow for Salt Lako City toJ
visit for sevoral weeks.
M. K. Novlllo and family leavo Mon
day for their annual trip to Florida to
remain lor several monius. i
$15.00 and $18.50 Silk Dresses now
going at $9.48 at BLOCK'S Remodeling
Tho llttlo son of Mr. and Mr3. Fay,
Morris, residing on west Third Btrcct,
is reported on tho sick list.
Mrs. EHzaboth Young returned homo
Sunday from Tccumsoh, where sho vis
ited friends for sevoral days.
Mrs. Dunn is reported quite serious
ly ill at the home of her daughter.
Mrs. James Hart on west Second
The Misses Frater will entertain ,a
number of friends at cards this even
ing in honor of Mrs. A. L. Barr of
Miss Florence Banks, of Lexington,
arrived in tho city this week to visit
for some time at tho W. F. Mooro
Charles Hendy, of Denver, is spend
ing today In town while en routo homo
from a trip to the Ford factories at
"Jmmas HcbImU and Villiam B3ll
of the Bird wood vicinity wore visiting
mends and transacting business in
tho city yesterday. i
Regular $7.50 all wool serge dresses
now selling at $3.98 at BLOCK'S Re
F. A. Cascadcn, of Omaha, national
bank examiner, is spending today in
tho city checking up tho First Nation
al bank. .
George Swancutt, tho manager of
the telephone office at Brady, was in
tho city yesterday transacting business
and calling on friends.
Fire. Life and other Hues of Insur
ance can ulunjs bo obtained of llratt
& Goodman at tho Ion est rates. They
noi cr tail to pay n loss. Try tiicni.
The Socialist Study Club will meet
with Mrs. F. W. Donaldson, 408 east
Eleventh srteet, tomorrow afternoon.
Tho subject will be the Panama
The library board held a meeting
last ovenlng to transact the regular
business. Only routine business was
brought befpro the. meeting and they
adjourned early. ' v '
For Rent-'-Furnlshed 'room in mod
ern house nt 317 west Sixth street. It
Harry Cramer left today, for Sew
ard, where he has" the contract for
erecting an elevator and also an alfal
fa meal mill. Ho came homo on a
Ylslt nt Christmas, was taken sick and
detained hero for over two weeks.
Our Semi- Annual Loom End Sale
Begins January 16th at 8 O'clock
Sharp Without Fail.
Included in this sale is our entire stock of Dry Goods and
large quantities of new goods havelbeen bought for thi sale;
It is unnescessary to .go, into details relative to the liigh
grade of merchandise we carry, We offer you only the best -at
GREAT SACRIFICE PRICES.
Be sure to secure one of our sale bills quoting you a few
of the good things we have. There are hundreds of articles
which lack of space does not permit mentioning.
Remember the Date, Saturday,
E- T. TRAMP & SON
W. J. Brazoll, district plant chief
for tho Nebraska Telephone & Tele
graph company, stopped olf In thp city
yestorday on a business visit to the lo
cal office. Mr. Brazell is located at
City Engineer C. J. McNamara is ex
pected homo this week from a visit of
a few weeks with relatives and friends
in Omaha. Mrs. McNamara and son
Charles are vlstlng Mrs McNamara's
parents and will remain for an ex
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Barr, of Omaha,
were visilng in the city for a few days
last week. Whllo in the city they wero
entertained at tho Frater hamo on
west Third street and at the Glenn
Miller home. Dr. Barr Is connected
with the St, Joseph's hospital In Onv
Wanted Neat appearing, well cdu
catcd lady to handle sales proposition
In North Platte and wiclnlty. A. E.
Hanor, 1248 Park Avenue,, Omnhou
John Walker, Elmer Dowhower,
diet Macomber, Thomas Baggot and a
man by tho name of Eaves wero ar
rested yesterday afternoon by the lo
cal police on the charge of disturb
ing the peace. The men all Hvo In tho
Fourth ward and will be given hearing
before Pollco Magistrate Mlltonbergor
this afternoon. They beenmo a little
too hilarious yesterday afternoon and
a complaint was turned In against
"Today" was presented at tho Keith
last evening to a falr-slzed audience.
That tho company Is a most excellent
ono, thoro is no room to question; In
tact the Interpretation of tho char
acters could not havo been bettor. As
to tho play itself, It Is questionable
whethcrs its presentation Is not pro
ductive of moro harm than good. Tho
doslro of tho leading character, a
married woman, to possess good
clothes leads her to questionable re
sorts nnd tho companionship of men
who furnish tho monoy with which to
dross her. The husband learns of lior
waywardness, and not disclosing his
Identity meets her at a resort, con
fronts luy wltjh hor unfaithfulness
and chokes her to death.
Irene Lltz Receives Watch
In tho third award of watches made
in connection with tho Pony Contest,
tho time-piece, was won by Irene Lltz.
Sho also won tho extra flvo dollar
"gold piece offered by tho Davis Gar
Whllo Secretary Schiller Is not giv
ing out to any ono tho total voto cast,
ho does say that tho contest leaders,
which means a dozen or more, are
making a pretty race. Those who
wero in the rear at the previous count',
camo up strongly nt the laBt count, and
It may happen that the ono leading
when tho count was made last Friday
may bo distanced when the next count
Is made. Ono week ono contestant
will get an unusually big bunch of
votes, while tho next week some other
contestant will be tho favored one. It
Is a sort of a see-saw as to tho voto
getting; one day ono contestant plays
In luck, tlio nert day the luck goes to
some one else, yet nil tho tlmo tho
contestants aro adding to their num
ber. There is no lag In Interest in the
contest, It is as keen today as It was
tho first week. A few of tho contest
ants havo dropped out, but others have
taken their placo, and tho hunt for
votes Is pursued with vigor. Tho
contest tlmo Is now nearly half over;
the remaining weeks should bo strenu
ous ones for tho contestants.
Herbert Sullivan, of Hershey, was a
visitor to this city last ovenlng to at
tend the theatre.
Dodge (Jur Hero11 Thursday
Hendy & Ogler received a wiro UjIb
morning stntlng that ono of tho new
Dodgo cars will arrive by express on
Thursday morning. This will bo used
as a demonstrating car, and those In
terested aro invited to leave orders'
for a demonstration.
Closing Out Sale
Having sold my business property,
I will sell stoves and hnrdwaro at re
duced prices. Call and bo convinced
If you need any thing in my lino.
HERSHEY HARDWARE STORE,
Phono 15. 102-4 Opposlto Postofllce.
License by Jfnll.
Vernon E. Atkinson, 27, and Miss
Julia G. Grady, 18, both of tho Gothen
burg vicinity, wero granted a llcenso
to wed yesordny from tho ofllco of tho
county judge. Mr, Atkinson wroto In
a fow days ago for a license stating
that he could not get into tho city to
procure one. County Judgo French
mailed him somo blanks to be filled
out and sworn to before a notary pub
lic and he received tho return yester
day and issued thp license.
Mr. Lofflang, of Lexington, was vis
iting friends and transacting business
in tho city today. Ho 1b manager of
the Loxington mills at Lexington and
at this place, and Is well known hero.
J. H. McKalo, Western Union opera
tor, Is off duty this week on account
of Illness and being relieved by Mr.
Stoates, of Julesburg, Colo.
County Resident Dies
-J. H. Breach, u resident of tho Dick
ens vicinity, passed away in jthla city
shortly after ten o'clock last evoking.
Mr. Breach was brought ler a fow
daVS niTO tn hnvn im nnnrotlnn nn.1 t,.i
IiIb foot removed. Ho had boon suf-
lenng irom blood poisoning for over
two VearR and nftnr llm ,i,.r,.,tr.fi..
his foot gnngrono sot In, causing hla
Mr. Breach passed his sixty-fifth
birthday anniversary Sunday. Ho has
lived in this county for a number of
VCarH anil ifl Wnll lnmuil r ronvi., TT
leaves lits widow and seven children,
" oi wnom aro grown, ono son lives
In tho Dickens vicinity and tho other
children Hvo In Idaho, Tho body will
bo taken to Dickens whero tho funer
al will bo held from tho homo,
There wijl bo a buslnesB meeting or
tho ladies' biblo class of tho Presby
terian church Friday afternoon at tho
homo of Mrs, Will Eahelman, 118
F. C. Plolstlckor left this morning
for tho Wallace vicinity to spend tho
day on business.
Arresk'd on Herlom, Charge.
Mrs. Fletcher, resldlne (in oiiHt
Front street, was arrested today on
COmnlalnt nf Nick Loirnn nn flin rlinrirn
of running a disorderly house. Sho will
uo given a nearing tomorrow aftor
noon before Pollco Magistrate Mllton
bergor. Legas married a daughter of Mrs.
Fletcher and they have had consider
able troublo of lato and out of this
tho arrest arose.
Phone 90 for the
BEST IN GROCERIES.
Our Groceries are Always the Best that can be had
Best Blends on the Market.
Star Patent and Snowf lake Flour
The Kind that Makes Good Bread.
A Full Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries
We deliver to all parts of the city.
Phone Your Orders.
T. J. Baldock & Son,
Basement o! The Hub.
iMc Noii-Ilenlilriit DvrriiilnnfK
Alyln E. Kogors and Fannie B. Uog
or, lis wife, clofondanto, will taUn o
i'nc,r th,Pt ?n the nth day of January,
191C, Clmrles H. rtogora. plaintiff here
in. Hlcil his petition In the District
Court of Lincoln County, Nebraska.
aKalnsfr said dofomlantB. the object and
prayer of which aro to quiet his title
upon tho South half (8) of tho South-
S.'f.A8 ,of tbo Southoaat quarter
(BUU) of Section twelvo (12) Town
ship nine (ti), Kan go twenty-elfittt (2S)
Lincoln County. Nebraska, against tho
defendants Alvln 11 Kogers and Fan
nlo 13. Kogors his wlfo, who aro claim
ing nn interest In and to the above des
cribed promises by reason of a do
foctlvo foreclosure, whoroln Lincoln
County brought a tnx foreclosure suit
ngalnBt Alvln 13 Kogors and wlfo for
taxoH duo upon said premises, and said
Lincoln County took a default Judg
ment against said defendants prema
turely, and that said premises were
sold to V. A. Hammond, and tliatUhe
said Alvln 13. Kogors mado application
tp redeem from said tax salo and no
tlco of said application was sorved up
on the said V, A. Hammond, and that
no disposition of said motion for ap
plication has over been made. And that
the said Alvlj) 11 Kogors and Winnie
11 Kogors, his wife, aro estopped from
claiming any intorost In and to the
saiu premises by reason or the fact that
said Alvln E Kogors gave said prom
ises to tho said Charles K, Kogors upon
condition that ho pay a certain mort
gage and has boon in open, exclusive
Charles li. Kogers 1ms paid said mort
gage and has been In open, exclusive
and notorious possession under a claim
of tltU for moro than ten years prior
to the commencement of this action,
and has ucqulred a good title to the
1'hilntlff prayH for a degroo that said
defendants be oxcludcd from all right,
title and Interest In and" to tho above
land, and that tho title of said land be
in tho plaintiff,
You firn rnfinlrml tn nriMwrn Hnl.l ru.
tltlon on or before tho 22nd day o
Dntod this 11th day of January, 1015
CHAKLES V. KOQEKS,
By WILCOX & HALMdAN,
P. K. IIAU0IQAN.
J12.4w Ills Attorneys.
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