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NORH PLATTE, NEB., JANUARY 19, 1915.
LOCAL .AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Silas Plckcrcll is reported us
quite ill at her homo on west Ninth
For tho best corn-fed beef go to tho
Marti Meat Mcarkct.
Judge John Grant left this morning
for Ogalalla to spend a fow days look
ing after some legal matters.
Mrs. B. R. Kelly left Saturday for
Ogalalla after visiting in tho city for
a few days with Mrs. W. A. Skinner.
Frank Larson will givo an exhibition
of fancy and trick skating at tho roller
rink Wednesday night January 20th.
Spring Ginghams and Wash Goods
Just opened at Wilcox Department
Fifteen young people of this city
attended the danco given at Brady
Frldya night by Pat Lonergan and tho
MONEY TO LOAN Oil HEAL ES
TATE. BRATT & GOODMAN.
Mrs. Geo. N. Gibbs is visiting rela
tives in York, having gone their Sun
day. Mr. Gibbs who accompanied her
' S. H. Comisky returned this morn
ing to Denver after visiting in tho city
for a few days with Julius Pizor,
proprietor of Tho Leader.
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Neville and
family left last evening for Pas-A-Grille,
Florida, whero they will spend
tho winter. Miss Emmy Bur kland ac
Everything goes at reduced prices
during this sale.
E. T. TRAMP & SON.
Tho body of Vernon Connott, Which
is being held at the raorguo to await
tho trial of Rojj Roberits, charged
with the murder, was sealed up Sat
urday and will be kept in that state
until the time for tho trial. The case
will come up at the terra of district
court walch convenes Monday next.
Our Loom End Sale goes merrily
on. Wo have tried to take caro of all
the people, but wo could not. Come
again and we will supply all your
wants with only good merchandise.
E. T. TRAMP & SON.
Derryberry & Forbes announce that
their new ambulanco which was re
cently shipped hero wil be used by
both the Good Saniaritan and the
Nurse Brown Memorial hospitals. In
our last Issue It was announced that
it would be used by the Good Samar-
itan hospital but tho Nurse Brown
Memorial was not mentioned. It will
be used by both whenever It Is need -
If looking for n trade of year City
property for n full section of land, all
fenced, some broken, good well and
winumm, not over is nines iroin
la 1171 Kf IV! Jl-ri HlllliO 411PUI.
North Platte, on dally mall route, sec Storage Sjincouml Safe Deposit Boxes. I more extended visit with Mrs McNa
BltATT & G00D3LVN. BKATT & COOIOIAN. mara's parents
Is riow on in full blast. Make your Dollars do double the
work here during this Sale. Read these Great Money Sav
ing Offers. If it is Ours, It is Genuine.
Your choice of any Suit in tho
store worth up to $40.00, your
" "' $9,75
SKIRTS AT GIVE AWAY
Regular 1.00 and $1.50 values
Your choice o fany Skirt in tho
storo that sold up to $15.00,
while thoy last at fM fQ
back if not en
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Tho following students of tho type
writing department were awarded a
pennant last month by tho Reming
ton Typewriter Co. for passing a test
of twenty-five words a mluuto for ten
minutes with not moro than fifteen er
rors: Austin Gregg, Jack Husband,
Robert Louden, Ma;rle Schata, Ida
Carroll, Esther Schwaigor. '
Tho following students wore awarded
certlllcates by tho Underwood Typo-,
writer Co. this month for attaining a
Bpeed of forty or moro words a mlnuto
under tho rules of tho International
Typewriting contests: Eshtor Elder
wrote forty-two words, Nina Elder
wrote forty-threo words and Olga San
dall wrote forty-four words.
This week is tho regular semester
examinations in the high school and
tho students aro putting in extra timo
preparing. Tho last three days of tho
wook are given over entirely to tho
The editor of Spauldlng's Foot Ball
Guide for 1915 have sent a request to
tho local school peoplo for a copy
of tho record of tho football team for
tho past year and one of tho photo
graphs of tho team. This has been
sent and It will appear in tho new rule
book which will bo issued during tho
Tho total enrollment in tho schools
has now reached 147G. This is about
sixty more than tho enrollment at this
time laBt year. v
If looking around for sound, cheap
Life Insurance in which dividends go
largely to pay premiums, seo our Pol
icy in tho Mutual Lifo of New York.
BKATT & GOODMAN.
Ex-county Judge and Mrs. John
Grant returned Saturday from Denver
whero they spent.soveral days on a
A. A. Schatz of tho Gaston Music
company returned home laBt evening
from Minneapolis where lie ppent sev
eral days on businessr-
Spring Dress Goods aro now being
shown by Wilcox Department Store.
County Surveyor R. L. Cochran left
yesterday for tho Brady vicinity to
spend a fow days on county business.
For Sale Nino room, modern, resi
dence at 504 west Fourth street. Fine
shade and bearing fruit trees on the
Weather forecast for North Platto
and vicinity: Fair and colder tonight
and Wednesday1. Highest tempera
ture yesterday 30, a year ago 50; low
est last' night 30, a year ago 28.
H. M Alexander, or Hastings, ar
(jived in the city thiff morning" ta visit'
L. 1, Walker, of the Gaston Music
company. Mr. Alexander Is the piano
tuner for .that company at Hastings
; and ho came hero to look after some
j business in connection with the local
10 roonn strictly modern
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Some Half Price and some at
less. Regular $8.50 coats
while they last at 00 00
Regular $10.00 Coatsj latest
styles and leading shades,
going ;it mc QO
Your choice of any cloth coat
formerly sold up to $515.00,
now going at
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North Platte's Only Exclusive
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Store.
Nick Makris. a laborer nt tho lea
house, Is laid up for a fow days wlthjternoon.
injuries sustained wnen no uroppcu
a largo cako of ico on his foot,.
Engineer Gus Norton has been con
fined to the house for a week past with
an attack of la grippe, which seems
to havo gripped him rather sovoroly:
C. A. Nelson, ono of tho ico workers,
was tho last man to bo hurt in tho lo
cal houses. Ho dropped a cako of ico
on his foot and was laid up for sev
Francis Norrls, call boy at tho lo
cal railroad olTlces, returned Sunday
evening from Grand Island where ho
spent tho week end visiting relatives
Engineer Bert Chamberlain has been
off duty for six weeks on account of a
troublesome back. Ho went to Omaha
last week to consult Dr. Jonas, whoso
prescribed treatment has not so far
given him relief.
Davo Hill, a laborer at tho ico house,
is laid up for somo tlmo on account of
injuries sustained when ho slipped and
fell In tho ice house,. Ho strained tho
muscles in his abdomen and will bo
laid up for two weeks or more with
Tho ico harvest in tho local houses
closed Saturday evening nnd th6
workers havo returned to their sev
eral homes. This Is tho record tlmo
for the ico to be stored away. It
generally last until tho last-part of
February. This year tho Ico was so
much better and tho weather re
mained cold. In all over forty-five
thousand tons wero stored away.
Some of tho local englnemen will
again make an effort to have a bill
pass the legislature requiring auto
mobile drivers to come to a full Btop
before passing over a grade crossing.
Such a bill was introduced two years
ago but failed to pass. Wo believe the
bill Is ono that Bhould become a law
Undoubtedly tho observance of such a
law would lessen the number of accl-
A number of the local volunteer fire
men left yesterday for Nebraska City
where they will attend tho state lire
men's meeting which holds there for
three days, beginning today. Tho fol
lowing inen attended: Chief F. S. Rus
sell, C. F. Temple, W. J. Landgraf, J.
I R. Baskins, Theodore Lowe, Jr., Thos.
jeirers, uaymond Tiguo. Auain uunst
and Fred. Dick. '
Very Special Values are being of
fered all this week during our Loom
E. T. TRAMP & SON.
City Engineer C. J. McNomara re
turned homo Sunday from Omaha
where he spent several weeks visit
ing relatives and friends. Mrs. McNa-
I n n wtn n M 1 ""Mi rt 1 nn it 1 1 Mnmn In si n
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Regular $7.50 Wool Serge
Dresses, now selling
$10.00 Dresses, made' in tunics
and Redingole styles, C QQ
sale price $UiUU
Silk Dresses, latost styles, in
all the- leading shades, no
(wo alike, worth up to
$18.50, your choico OQ Q
Bank on us.
Our say so is
always our do
CLUHS AND SOCIETIES
Mrs. James Dorram will entertain
tho Entro Noub Club Wednesday af-
Tho Indian Card Club will bo on-
tortalncd Wednesday at tho homo of
"Mrs. E. J. VanDorhoof.
Tho Club Novltn will bo ontortnincd
tomorrow nftornoon by Mrs. T V.
Austin, west Fourth street.
Tho Civic department of tho Twenti
eth Century club will meet with Mrs.
Garlichs Thursday evening.
Tho ladies' guild of tho Episcopal
church will hold a business meeting
Thursday afternoon at tho rectory.
Tho ladies' aid of tho Methodist
church will bo entertained Thursday
afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. W. 11.
C. Woodhurst 1303 west Sixth street.
Tho Tllllkums will meet this even
ing at tho home of Miss Violet Stoolo.
Sho will be assisted by Miss Ilattlo
Tho Lutheran girls will bo enter
tained next Friday evening by Miss
Kathryn Brctzcr, 51G west Eloventh
Tho Presbyterian ladies will hold an
exchange In ho window of tho Nortli
Platto hardware company's storo next
Saturday, January 23rd.
" Tho G. I. A. Social Club will bo en
tertained Wednesday, January 20, by
Mrs. J. L. Murphy and Mrs. Clough at
tho homo of tho former.
,' Tho ladles' aid of tho Presbyterian
church will be entertained Thursday
afternoon In tho church basement.
They will bo entertained by Mesdames
Watts, White and Laughlln.
"The state commnnder of tho Mac
cabees will make an official visit to
tho local hlvo Saturday afternoon. All
members aro requested to bo present
at tho Odd Fellows' hall. Refresh
ments will bo served.
All men of tho Presbyterian church
aro invited to meet Thursday evening
at tho homo of Butler Buchanan for a
social evening Tho meeting will bo
only for the men nnd all. male mem
bers of tho church congregation aro
cordially Invited to bo present. A
pleasant evening Is anticipated.
Tho second affair of a series being
given by tho Auxiliary of tho Good
Samaritan hospital will bo a "Coffee"
Friday afternoon at tho home of Mrs.
W. H. Mungor, Jr., assisted by Mrs.
C. R. Morcy. Tlie calling hours will
li botwcen three and' six and'llght.re
freshments will bo served for which a
charge of ten cents will be made
These affairs will bo opfch to those
desirous of asssistlng tlio auxiliary
in raising funds for the hospital,
Tho choir of tho Episcopal church
will go to Bridgeport some timo dur
Ingj tho first part of February whero
thoy will furnish music at the Dean
ery meeting! of the Nortli Platto dis
trict whlcli will be held there at that
tlmo. Tlio choir furnished music for
tho Deanery meeting last year and It
was much enjoyed. They aro anlcl
patlrig a good timo this year again.
All rKonibors'bf the choir aro urged to
plah to go. They will be given their
expenses and entertainment by tho
tesy of tho local churcli.
The Study Club was delightfully en
tertained last evening at tho home of
Mrs. E. R. Gopdrqan, 421 west Fourth
street. A pleasant evening was on
Joyed by all members present. The
main features of tho program wore
two papers. They wore "America's
Loss and Gain in tho European War,"
by Mrs. G. T. Field, and "WlrolcBB,"
by Miss May Walker. Roll call was
responded to by telling current events.
At a lato hour a nice luncheon was
served by tho hostess.
Row Christy Goes to llershey
Rov. J. C. Christie, pastor of tho
Presbyterian church left yestorday
morning for HerBhoy where ho will
hold a series of special evangelistic
meetings for tho next two weeks. Next
Sunday Rev. II .M. Roberts, of Hershoy
will preach at tho morning and vesper
services In tho chu,rch hcrct Mr)
Roberts is a Welshman and was edu
cated In Wales. Ho will havo a good
message for the peoplttjind everyone
Is Invited to como out and hear him
Change Jludo In Drug Storcx
Tho change in tho management of
tho Nyal and Rcxall Drug Stores waB
mado yesterday morning. Charles
Tlghe of tho Nyal drug storo tran
ferred to the Rexall stoif of wn cb
v ill 1 avo tho niuragement an 1
1 aul Nolan wont ove4' to tho Nil
strre, vhero ho will he employed Tho
Nyal storo will bo under tho mafngi
ment of Francis J. Dunn from now on.
Mr. Schiller will continue to remain
at tho Rexall storo for the remainder
of tho month.
Tlio K. If. Club of NlcliolH.
Tho K. K. Club, of Nichols, enjoyed
a skating party Sunday afternoon on
L, E. Jones' lake, and In tho evening
thoy mot at tho homo of Chas Tro
vlllo whero thoy played games ana
told fortunes until a late hour, when
a flvo courso luncheon was served.
Tho ovenng could lujthavo proven
Itov. J. M. Johnson, a former pastor
of this city, arrived in tho city last
woek to visit relatives and friends
for a fow days, Ho Is now located in
California whero 1io has a missionary
Tho W. J. Itedflcld property on west
Ninth htreet, Is still on tlio market.
This property iniiHt bo Hold this mouth.
Ono of tho nicest rcNldenccs on the
North Side, and well located. Let mo
Hhow you tho property, then you make
mo mi offer. C. F. TEMPLE, Agent.
EVENTS IN SOCIETY
Mrs. J. J. Halllgnn will entertain at
a luncheon tomorrow nttorhborf com
plimetnry to Miss Doylo.
Mrs. John G. Mcllvaln will entertain
a number of ladles of tho Episcopal
church this afternoon,
Mrs. T. C. Patterson and daughter,
Miss Judith, will entertain at-a bridgo
parly this evening complimcntoi'y to
Mrs. Geo. T. Flold, who leaves this
wook for a visit In California,
Mrs. J. J. Halllgan entertained eight
youpng ladios yesterday afternoon nt
a luncheon, followed by auction
bridgo, In favor of her guest, Miss
Tho Zcnda dancing club will give
a big danco nt tho Masonic hall Tues
day evening, January 19th. All receiv
ing invitations prior to this da,t aro
cordially invited to bo present.
Mr,, nnd Mrs. O. W,. Tucker enter
tained a few friends at their homo
Friday in favor of Mr,, and Mrs.
Stuckoy of Lexington, twhp wero vis
iting horo for a fow days. Tho, ovon
lng proved a pleasant' ono fonll,
Tho choir of tho Episcopal church
will bo entertained Wednesday oven
lng after practice at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Bullard. Thoy will
Why Not Have
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Sold by Rush Mercgfntile Co., North Platte
Also by E. & W. Coker, Sutherland; Ganson & Ganscn
Hershey; Jens Sommers, Maxwell: Jno. Fredrickson, Brady
meet at tho church nt 7:30 lor, prac
tico and will thon go to tho Bullard
homo. Thoro will bo special' muslfc at
tho church Sunday and all mcmUora
of tho choir aro urged to attend prac
tice Tho Zcnda dancing club will give" a
danco this ovcnlng nt tho Masonjc
hall. All Uiobo receiving Invitations
prior to this date aro invited tobo.
V largo crowd attondot tho danco
given last ovcnlng at tho Masonlohall
by tho local musicians' union." 'All
who wero present report a good timo.
Tho twonty plcco orchestra furnished
tho music, which was good. About
forty couples attended.
Elecctrlc Company Will JIoto ' "
Tho North Platto Light & 1'QWcr
company will movo their offices noon
Into tho building south of tho Block'd
ladles' outfitting Btoro, fornior)jKoc
cupled by tho MncKay dry goofl com
pany. Tho change will bo mado as
soon as tho building 1b put in shape.
Thoy now havo offices In thoKpith
thcnlro building). For Bome weeks
lioy havo boon using tho MacKay
building for a storo room arid- thoy
only recently docldcd to move their
No hotter nor cheaper Tiro Insur
ance written than tlio policies written
by ....BKATT & GOODMAN..1.
a Gas Stove in
Every Woman will,
appreciate the quick
hot fire at a moment's
notice. No coal or ash
es to handle, nb dirt.
A Clean Kitchen
All the Time
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