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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., APRIL 30, 1915.
LOCAL AJfl) PEItSONAL
Ir(M Sells llcnldcnco.
Fred C. Lotts yontorday sold his res
idence property on west Fifth street
to Will Hnwlcy for n consideration of
J7.100. Mr, Hawley's property on west
Second street is taken by Mr. Letts us
part of the purchase price.
Mrs. Hurry -Tngador loft Thursday
for Twin Kalis, Idaho.
Miss lianoy Uretornltz 1ms been 111
for several days.
Miss Huby Manuel was visiting' this
week with li6r parents In Kearney.
For Sale Improved corner lot. Seo
Mrs. O. Q. McKny or phono black
Travellers south of tho city announce
that as far out as the experimental
station the roads nro In good condl-
-it.- n m hmi.. i .i.i i ' Circuit Here Xrxt Month.
for Lincoln to visit her daughter Lu-j T.lle ndvniico agent for tho Ilnrton &
cllle, who Is n student nt tho stato unl- ncy circus Is In town today making
vcrslty arrangements for tho nppearanco of
Hugh Scoonover returned Wednes-1 lilS. llfJ.i,n.?.!n'.n1,3,l.I,t.
day night from a business trip to " 0Woo f a d " VS, " A ' k is the
Mr.s. Oftgbml'n Funeral IIiIm Afternoon.
Tho funeral will bo hold this after
noon at two-thirty frotn tho residence
of Mrs. B. I. Ilinman. Dean J. J. Bow
ker and Rov. C. C. Christie will olllc
Inte. Interment will bo In tho North
Chicago In the interests of his storo in
Charlie Adams, of Mlndcn, Neb.,
returned to his homo Thursday after
spending a week visiting his daughter
Mrs. F. i. Tatman of Myrtle precinct.
Mrs. Louis 1'oterson wont to Omaha
today to visit relatives for a few days,
and will then go to Hossvllle, 111., to
spend some tlmo with her mother.
tlrst of its kind to arrive this Season,
it win no nouut ue won patronizea
InvrriiMC Capital Stork.
At a meeting of the board of direct
ors of tho Bank of Lincoln County, held
this morning, the capital stock of the
bank was raised from $10,000 to $15,000.
E. F. Seebergcr and V, L. Moonoy, of
i iNorin l'latte, wore- present.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shuman leavo Tho directors also discussed tho Prop
the early part of next month for a osltion of building and It was. decided
visit at tho San Diego and San Fran- that operations will bo startcd'aa soon
Cisco expositions nnu otner I'acinc ns plans ana speculations can uo se
Druggists' permits were yesterday
grnnted by the city council at their
special session to H. S. Baker, Charles
Tlgho, Jos. H. Stone, Fred AV. Itlnckor
nnd Francis J. Dunn.
Guy Temple, a banker from Lexing
ton, was visiting in tho city yestorday
on business. Mr. Temple is past pres
ident of tho Dawson county poultry
association nnd was hero getting a line
on tho poultry show for next wlntor.
Mombers of tho Amrlcan Legion In
this city have been Informed that there
are now enlisted over 400,000 men in
the Legion. This movement was'but
recently stnrtod b.y Col. Theo. Roose
velt and Is in the nature of a reserve
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Richards loft
this morning for their home In As
sumption, 111., after visiting since Sun
day nt tho homo of Mrs. Gunlliaume.
Mr. and Mrs. Richards wcre returning
from n trip to Portland.
George Baskins. who had been visit
ing relatives and friends In town for
two or 'three weeks, left this morning
for his home In Pennsylvania. Knrouto
he will stop over In Omaha and attend
the meeting and banquet of tho Union
Christian Scienco service Sunday ll
a. m, Subject "Everlasting Punish
ment." Wednesday evening meeting
overy week at 8 o'clock. To these ser
vices a cordial invitation Is extended
to nil. Building & Loan building, room
The case of Leon vs. Noble was tried
yestorday before tho district court
and was decided In favor of the dofend
ant. , The case Was brought on special
performance of real estate oxchangc
contract and Involved tho oxchangc of
cjty property for homestead land.
cured. A 25x00 foot one-story brick
nuuuing nas ocen ieciueu upoiu mo
bank already owns a cholco lot and tho
new structure will bo a splendid ad
dition to our town. Hershey Times.
Iliniqtiot for Union l'nclllc Pensioners.
The men on tho pension list of the
Union Pacific will meet in Omaha to
morrow morning at nino o'clock at tho
Union Pacific headquarters for their
annual meeting nnd banquot tendered
them by the company. Flfton mombers
will go from here, leaving this oven
Ing. They will meet at the Union Pa
cific olllces for their business session
nt nlno o'clock and at noon they will be
banqueted at the Paxton hotel. Those
who will attend from here are C. F.
Tracy, Fred Fredorickson, William
Whltlock, James Mlnshnll, Archlo Ad
nmsou', Mack Mason, Louis Peterson,
Frank Nnpersack, John Singleton,
James Flynn, cnarles Pass, Nicolas
Klein, Tony JelTrs, Sanford Hnrtmnn
and Andrew Wesberg.
NORTH PLATTE'S MODERN CLOTHING STORE
W.ord received hero from Sutherland
bears Information "thitt thnt-clty will
be In with the other towns In this end
of the, state this summer on the base
ball question. They are getttlng to
gether a team and have Imported n
pitcher nnd catcher. We welcome
them Into -the game. There Is room for
all and everyone can feel at home.
Hunks-Troupe Case Dismissed! '
Upon roquost of the plaintiff mndo In
open court tho case of W. T. Banks vs.
Harry Troupo was yesterday dismissed
from the district court. Tho case was '
an equity suit for an accounting and
involved n matter of about $1,000. .
Troupe was for one year manngor
of tho grocery department of Mr.
Banks' storo In this city. In settling 1
up. tho books of the store showed Mr.
Troupo's account practically $1,000
short. In court It was brought out
that he had not been credited with
transactions regarding the purchase of
produce, which account amounted ap-
t proximately to tho alleged denciqncy,
- Plaintiff acknowledged In open court
his error and asked that tho case bo
Some time ago Mr. Troupe hired a
special accountant to go over the books
in search of error. The accountant
wont over tho entire year's work fin&
collld And no error. The orror was duo'
to the bookkeeping In the store.
Card of TIiiiiiUn
Wo wish to thank tho nlghbors and
friends, members of tho A. O. U. W.
nnd M. W, A. for their kindness at tho
slckneBs and death of tho lnte James
Rnnnle, nnd for tho beatiful floral
tributes. Mrs. James Rnnnle and family.
Supt. W. P. Snyder of the state ex-
iinl'lnipntnl Fiiih.ftfntfnii rntiirnnil dip
fnin nn.t flF tltn mnalr f.nm Mm onatorn DioM lit AlTf Of Nl II C t V-TIl TIM'
part of tho state where ho sought to kdward Gamble, a resident of this
purchnso a short-horn bull. Upon his county for fifteen years past, died yes
return hero he bouirht one from the tcUay afternoon at his homo in Jack
linril nf V W. Tllrrra ITo nrnriiirn.1 n Moi'l'l
line animal -for the state farm. i General debility resultnnt from old nge
is given as ine cause ai nis ucuui. ne
On account of the recent rains tho ! had been poorlv for somo time,
crops arc rather behind In Lincoln , Mr. Gamble leaves to mourn his do
county. Supt. Snyder of the oxperl- mlse three children, Mrs. Parker nnd
mciuni station was in tne city yester- Joseph Gamble of Jack Morrow Flats
THE STORE WITH A CONSCIENCE
Ask Yourself "Why Should I Buy a Harcourt & Jensen Spring Suit?"
Answer No. 1
Because they promise
to save money lor me,
and friends who deal
there assure me that
Answer No. 2
Because they stand back,
of every garment they
sell, and I am safe. If
my suit goes wrong they
are anxious to right it.
Answer No. 3
I am certain to get a
perfect lit. They would
ratlier miss n sale than
to have a mifit customer.
Look over the array of
Spring Suit Models,- You'll find a
smartness and distinctiveness from beginning
to end. Your own ideas are embodied in one
or other of these choice styles and handsome
wcaves- $10.00 to $:5.og
True BlueThe Serge
with a GUARANTEE Why take
chances with common serges yhcn for the
same amouut you can have one of ours with
every element of chance eliminated. Swell
models and fit. Say, you should see
$10.00 to $25.00
Spring Furnishings to
We've always taken a big in
terest in our Furnishing Goods
Deparrment. This Spring's
Line is the Finest in the City.
Mighty Swell Shirts $1 up
Manhattan Shirts $1.50 up
Lemar Neckties 50c up
Good Underwear 50c
Lewis Union Suits SI up
Stetsong&MSvEsSl 50 up
Boys' 2 Pant Suits
It's out-of-doors time ' now for
hoys, that means new suits,
and it's belter to buy the II. &
J. substantial sort.
Our Hats Lead the Style
Parade again this spring. Bet
ter get under.pne,
Swell Stetsons Mih-.
$3.50 to $5.00
f K life
I. O. . I Anniversary Cclcbrutloii
Celebration of tho nlnty-slxth nnnl
vcrsary of tho founding of their order
In America was hold last evening by
the local lodne of Odd Fellows. The
celebration was held immediately fol
lowing tho resulnr lodge meotlnK.
About ono hundred and iifty people
were in nttendance at the celebration
and a nice program was presented.
Some musical numbers wore Riven and
the olllcers or the louse went tnrouKn
Morrow Flats, aired ninotv-threo years. ! various coronipnicH.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
TO Oil" IilllllfH
Ladles wishlnir hnlrdress .or manl
curo for May Hall please phone ,201 for
time. Mrs. Newton's Hoauty Parlor.
day and states that they
nnisneu putting in
have not yet
their small jrraln.
Tho fields have been In such condition
that It was impossible to work them.
Mr. Snyder annuonces that they will
begin planting corn In about another
week If the weather will permit.
J. I. Show of Hershey, was visiting:
In tho city yesterday on business nnd
with friends. Mr. Show Is manager
of tho Hershoy basoball team and an
nounces that they will have a good
bunch at work this season. He states
that they ara having quite a contro
versy there over Sunday base ball and
there Is .considerable feeling over the
question; also some indications that a
special election will have to be held
to decide tho quostion. While in this
city Mr. Show also arranged to play
the opening gnmo between Hershey
and North l'latto In this city on May
10th, the second day of tho state shoot.
Hershey will probably open tho season
next Sunday at Sutherland when they
will ineeet tho Sutherland team.
and Stewart Gomgle of Minneapolis,
Minn. Ho is tho last of a family of
Mr. Gamblo was born In Ireland Feb
ruary 17th, 1S22. Ho came to America
UB 11 JTUUItg 1I1U11 UI1U llitO UCDll UIIUU4
the stars and stripes ever since. He
has lived In Lincoln county for over
ilften years. Tho funeral will be held
from the homo In Jack Morrow Flats
tomorrow afternoon nt 2:30.
Calvin Carder, of Gorln, Mo., was vis
iting In tho city a few days this week.
His brother from Julosburg, Colo., re
cently underwent a noperatlon for ap
pendicitis at tho Good Samaritan hospital.
Vacant lots and improved city yroji.
orty In nil parts of tho city for sale
at all times. Many properties at fonr
fjain prices and on easy terms. Seo
mo before yon buy. V. F. TEMPLE.
Wanted Girl for general housework.
702 wost Fourth. 29-1
Mrs. M. J. Nenry returned from n two
weoks" visit with friends In Lexington.
Dr. DesJardlens of Lincoln was tlio, jtisa Gertrude Herrod loft last oven-
speaker of the evening and no gayo In(T for ll01. j,01o n Columbus, nftor
an excellent talk on tho history of the n Bl,ort visit in this city.
anA 0t th I J- W. Abbott nnd 10. 12. Hrownuold,
sianua. , . n,i,irnH -nvnnk ' of Hershey, wro In tho city Inst even-
Brett,.etr,Cwns08callefd oSt wnspre- Hlf to attend the Masonic meeting.
av.tn.i n-itii n inwul iih a reward for The ladles of tho Christian church
twenty-flvo years of continuous faith- will hold an eXchango In tho window of
ful membership in tho order. Foiiow-
Tlic JMiimIciiI C'liinoily.
Musically, "Tho lied Hoso" showing
at tho Kolth Monday, May 3rd, Is far
superior to nny of tho musical com
edies produced slnco Floradora, prob
ably tho most popular numbers of tho
twncty-two Included in tho score,
Robert Hood llowcrs htiH provided sev
eral songs which are not only catchy
but of real harmonious worth,' among
which nro Included "Uohomln," "Quoon
of Vanity Fair," "I llko to go a Honoy
mooiv with You," "If you Can't Sing,
unuco, iann or mo jvroo," "Aleii, juon
Men" and "Come Along My Chorlo,
Ing this ceremony nlco refreshments of
strawberries, cream and cake were
KiirnhH mill trees from the stato er-
perlmental farm were this week trans- acc
planted to tho M. J. Forbes residence Jltn
on west Fifth street. Tlio snruus wore oni
t tlm nxnorlmentnl farm and Co
nfter thov had reached maturity were Oglor Auto Co
trnnnnlnntDll rmltn successfully. A
Jiedgo was also put In around tho Hay
IC, Langford home, furnished by tho
Dorryborry fc Forbes' storo Saturday.
For Sale Itglstorod Short Horn Hull.
Henry 1'. Hansen. 29-2
Miss Ethey Fryo has been oft duty
this weok from Powells repair shop
llott-cvor. Fisher has garnlHhcd It with
a setting nnd production which places
It In tho "sextetto" class. Again tho
personality oft hoso show girl beau
ties, is mnnlfost In tho imcnrnnon of
M.n irmin.V Vi.mii.in Vi.lii LVi.iiiiTii .vli, UllUll Will II1UOI ill IIIO 111 1)0 ill lid O IOI
iirmved U2 fnlwnv2 n n o 'nm t mmlffil11 rtrl,U u,,(l l-nctlcos will be held each
',i?vLn8 for n half hour before tho
CMinitfllHt lo I'ni'O Aiihi-H Tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. George Moody nnd Mr.
LaVlolotte, members of tho .Lowry
Moody evangelistic party, will nrrlve
In tho city thin evening to bogln tho
tabernacle meetings Hundny. Mr. Low
ry will nrrlve tomorrow.
Mr, niul Mrs. Moody were visiting this
week In Chicago and they will come
here from that placo. Mr. LaVlolotte
has boon visiting In Kearney, ltov.
Lowry hns boon spending tho woek
with his family In Ccdnr Falls, Iowa
Tho tahoi'iinclo meetings will begin
Sunday evening with n largo mass
meeting. Tho choir will bo organized
by that tlmo and Mr. Lowry will
preach bio first sermon here nt
thnt mooting. In tho afternoon the
choir will meet nt tho tnbernnclo for
atlous provide a nlcturcsuuo
agreeable background for Miss iJoo
liarnott, who originated and starred in
rolo of "The
Kod Iloso," nnd
house, now, 802
1 " ' ....... i .. . i. 1 t ,
u room nouse, u-u wui imuui, imv, i
house, G21 West
on account of the Illness of her mother, in this nroductlon. Hunnortcd bv tlm or
. 1. il .1 X
jitney sorvico discontinued two oeu- . '"."" lium.
d hand Fords for salo at right price. I The real novolty of '"Tho lied Hose,"
nn mirlv If vnn wiiiit ruin. Hnmlv- i llOWOVOr Is "The Studont'B Gllile." In
.....w r"" r -va- - .I., i ... 'i'i 'm ii. " , iiviiiiKuiiNi- iu iiu ijuwiyitiuuiiy uuiu-
.Vininv ti, i,- r.ii .i,, !'" Jik Crowe w6ro out yeater-
(llspiay tholf pulchrltlldo In a dniico Jin v afternoon with the ilorn on n
distinctly now. There's an insinuating 5'voif enusi" 0
glldo of real graco in a dnnco that to A0,t cmlBt
Three best snaps In town
Tho mmbers of the G. A. It. will meet
this afternoon for tho purposo of com
pleting arrangements for their annual
observance of Memorial Day.
Tho commercial dinner nt the Chrls-
.1 1 ...Ill li . ... I , t ,1 lW.in.lnir
HUH Ullllli:il 11111 MM VllllllWll 1HUI1UIIJ, l
May 3rd. but will be served as usual
The meetings will hold overy oven
, Ing but Monday evening. Monday bo-
ing mo iny utter tno nam Mununy sor
, vices the evangelists will need the
rest. It Is also wash day and many
. of tho pcoplo will welcomo the op
l portunlty to rest on thnt ono evening.
I Itev. Clnrunco Martin, asststnnt
evangelist to tho Lowry-Moody com
bo annrtclatcd must bo seen. Hnoclal
dancing numbors Including tho Fox
trot, tno Hesitation, tiio uno Ktop, tho
Watch for menu In this pa-
forecast for North Platto
Whirlwind Dnnco and tho Maxixo.
Aiiotnor unusual numuor orrorcd
t, OF THE jj
On Our Mammoth Stock of Furniture
Get buoy while you have the opportunity. The bids for re
modeling will be submitted by the contractors Saturday, May
1st, and our warehouses ivill be torn down in One More
Week. All our stock of
ugs, Draperies at Special Discounts
Lace Curtains and Scrims 80c up.
Nets and Scrims' 20c up.
Rugs, all sizes and colors, 87 l-2c to $5Sy
OWE & MALONEY,
' and vicinity: Showers tonight and Sat
I urduv. fresh winds. Highest tempera
ture ystorduy 64, a year ago 51; lowest
(last night 03, a yoar ago 42.
, Tho J. V. F. club was pleasantly on-
tertalned Wednesday afternoon nt tho
i homo of Mrs. Thoodoro Lowe, Jr. Tho
afternoon wns snout In cards, tho first
prize being won by Mrs. C. Wlllerton. J1!
' Tho boys' class of the Prosbyterlan
Sunday school pleasantly ontortalnod
tho girls' clnss last evening in tho j
church basement. Tho evening was
delightfully spent with games and
.stunts aim nt a mio nour roirowuiiuiim
wer served by tho boys. All who at
tended report a pleasant evening.
' Tho dairy at tho stato farm Is now
: runnnlng In full swing. Mr. Snyder
bus put In a good herd of dairy cattle
i and will commercialize what produce
Is not used up at the stnto rnrm. tiio
new dairy barn has contributed largely
i towards enannng tno mauageni oi mu
; station to oporate a first class dairy.
i Tho Hondy-Oglor company has dis
continued their Jitney sorvico after a
, tryout of about three weeks. They
wore not pntronlzod to nny groat ex
tent and for this reason wore discon
tinued. If North Platto wishes this
kind of service It must bo patronized
more ns such service cannot bo run on
MIhh Klvn Day ontortalnod a num
, her of friends last evening at a travel
party in favor of her cousin, Miss I.a
. vonnc Adamsan, of Douglas, Ariz.,
who Is vlstlng horo. Forty guosts were
present and a delightful evening was
ixilni.nil nrltli Viirlfinu lrimutM mill Pflll-
A! tAulu Minn vAfivtMhinniitM U'nrn HftrVfifl
by tho UoHtoHH. Miss Adamsou Is tho
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. K. Adatn-
l sou, formerly of this city.
I ltohort D. Hatch and Miss KUen 13.
Stewart were married last evening nt
six o'clock nt tho Lutheran church,
ltov. C. H, Harman olllclatlng. Tho
groom Is tho oldest, son of Mr. and
Mra. A. F, Hatch of Hooker county
nnd the bride Is n daughter of Mr. and
(Mrs. O. .T. Stewart of Albln, Wyoming,
hiio nas ncen leacuing scuooi iuiu Hom
ing down a homestead In Hookor coun
ty for the past four yonrs. Tho young
couplo will mako their homo on tho
groom's ranch nonr Mooro, Nbraska,
whero they will bo at homo to their
friends nfter May 15th.
tlii fnii HTui f...! ui.ntr l.i. rrnn lf,.
..iu .piu.I) ...ui, .null, RUHh 'J ...,-
nett and tho men of tho cast, tho stag
ing of the song Is plcturcsquo In tho
extreme, presenting a solid row of
dress-suited men appropriately bo
decked with a "rod roso".
Probably tho most dashing song.-bf
tho pleco is "Como AlonB My Chorlo,"
sung during tlio opoiring net, In which
nuother of FiHhor's characteristics Is
displayed, for his Insistence unon dan
cing nblllty comes well to tho foro In
tno cnorus auring tho
U. L. linker returned Wednesday
from a trip of soveral days looking
nftor busluoss In ICenrnoy nnd Staple-
For Quick Snh
Modern homo, except heat, dosirnblo
location on west Second street. Mrs.
Fred It. filnn 408 west Socond street,
Saloon Mcciihch (iriintoil VcHtvrday.
A special meeting of tho city council
was hold yesterday aftoruoon at the
library building for tho purposo of
granting tho Blx saloon licenses with
in tho city. There being no remon
strances tiled all tho llcoimcs woro
granted ns nskod. Licenses woro
grnnted to John C. Don, Luko Haley,
Henry Waltomath, Henry Ilobhnusen,
Chas. T. Whclnn and A.. 13, Tlmnier
inan. At the last regular mooting of tho
council this matter was not brought
up and a special meeting was neces
sary ns tho old licenses expire tonight
10.icc( t'M IloiiNtcrH tlilM levelling.
Preparations are being mndo by the
commltteo In charge for accomoda
tions for ono hundred twenty-five
boosters nt the banquet this evening In
tho ISptscopnl church basement to
boost for base ball nnd other amuse
nionts among tho different brother
hoods. A good program will bo ren
dered nnd tho IndleB' guild of tho Epis
copal church has prepared a fine sup
per. Everybody como out and boost
for tho summer sports.
415 DEWEY STREET.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
17 automobiles written tho day after
tho Are. and ft written every day bIhco.
If your car is not Insured, do not trait
until there is another lire,, insure now
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The First National Bank
t! STABILITY, EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE
Member Federal Reserve Bank System.
. CAPITAL AKD SUKI'r.CSi
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
HAVK HEM THE FACTOKS IU THE GROWTH OF THIS
HANK, AND THE SAME CAItEFUL ATTENTION IS GIVEN 0
SHALL ACCOUNTS AS IS GIYEN TO LAltGE HALANCES.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
and bo protected. C, 1. TEXL'LE.
28-2 Tho Kellnble Insurance Man,
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