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CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Mrs. E. W. Mann entertained the
Episcopal guild Friday aftornoon.
Dr. J. S. Twlneni loft Sunday morn
ing for Chicago to spend sevornl
Adlor's kid gloves, In all shados,
ovory pair guaranteed, on salo at The
Judge Grimes and Court Roportor
Barron wont to Kimball on logal work
Ward E. Monroo roturnod Sunday
evening from Sldnoy whoro he spent a
week on business.
Miss Anna- O'Connell, who spent
two weeks with relatives In New York
returned homo Saturday.
For Hont Good farm, known as the
Illnman place, ono mlja from town.
Inquire at 20!) wont Tltlni. GStf
J. E. Sebastian, who had been at
tending the state fair at Lincoln,
came home Sunday morning.
Tho nw fall stylw of the II. & 0.
Rustless Corsets aro-on sale at The
Switchmen Hartley and J. Uaker,
who have been out of sorvlco for sev
eral weeks, were reinstated Saturday.
Fall underwear for women and chil
dren, Kaysor, Suzerlno and Depend
on makes, can now he hod at Tho
Mrs. Edward Robinson returned
Friday evening from Iowa and Illi
nois whoro ' sho spont tho summer
Mrs. Arthur Artz und mother Mrs.
Sam Howes aro) expected homo from
Denver In a few days after spending
two weeks there.
Judgo and Mrs. H. M. Grimes re
turned yesterday morning from Fre
mont whoro thoy nttonded the wed
ding of their nclco.
Ralph Alden left Sundny morning
for Lincoln to tako up his studies at
tho state university, after spending
jus vacation with the homo rolks.
Miss Mabel Duko, who had boon vis
ltlng in DcsMoInes for a weok, ror
turned nomo Sunday aftornoon. En
route home Bhe visited at few days at
D, W. Bosack returned Saturday ev
ening from revisit to tho stnto fair In I
Lincoln and roports having a very'
pleasant trip and tho exhibits to have
been first class.
Mr. and Mrs. John Baggott returned
Sunday evening from an extended vis
It In Portland, Seattle and other
points. Tho formor will rosumo work
as watchman at the Locusi street
crossing noxt wook.
H. G. Knowloa and J. H. VanClcavo
loft early yesterday morig for Oma
ha, making tho trip on a molorcyclo
with sldo car attached, Mr. Knowloa
riding tho'mnchlno and Mr. VanCloavp
tho car. Thoy oxpected to roach Om
aha last evening.
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. McLane, of Cuba,
III., who recently camo hero to locate
havo rented 'tho houso at 315 west C
street. Tho formor Is a dentist by pro
fession and will no doubt open an
offlco hero In tho near future.
'Rev. Alfred Gllruan, of Hankow,
China, who has boon v Uniting his par
onts for sovoral weeks, ljft yotcrday
uuuruoou tor iow jersey wnore ms
family aro now visiting. Thoy will
return to China about January 1st.
Miss Maymo Plzer will entertain tho LINCOLN I'Ot'NTY LEADS
N. A. T. club tomorrow afternoon at WESTERN NEBRASKA
I T. tltn n wn fil tti rr rt nrnttl I II 111 a nt Mm
Attorney Albert Muldoon returned, 8tato fnr ,ast W(Jok Llncoln county
Sunday evening from a short stay In
Mrs, Georgo Coates left at noon yes
tcrday for Kearney to visit for a week
Gaorgo Wolnborg and Ralph Allison
returned Suturday ovonlng from' an
auto trip to Estes Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Rnlph Smith have tak
en possession of their bonutlful new
home on west Second stroot.
- Mrs. H. C. Brock and sou loft nt
noon yosterday for Falrbury to spend
a couple of weeks with relatives
Miss Sara Kelly loft Friday ovenlng
for Osknloosa, Iowa, to attend school,
aftor spending her Biimmw vacation
Fall Opening nt The Lender Thurs
day mid Friday of this week. Don't
fail to attend.
Miss Margaret McClusky of Iler
sltoy, was the guest of. Miss Hutcllln
son, one of tho high school teachers,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwnrd Goodman re
turned Sunday from Stroinsborg whore
they vlsltled tho lattor's sister, Mrs.
N. E. Buckley.
District Judge Ilobart, of Goring,
was the guost of Mr. and Mrs. P. J.
Barron Sunday, and roturnod home
For your blankets and comforts see
John Poulos, proprietor of the
North Platte candy kitchen, expects to
loavo tomorrow for Excelsior Springs
to tako medical treatment
Double Trading Slumps on all cash
purchases from G to 10 o'clock next
Suturday evening at The Lender.
Miss Edith Matliowson returned to
David City a few days ago aftor visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, W.
Mnthowson, for two weeks.
New Fall Coats,, and Dresses for
tho School Girl or tho Httlo tots. Lnrg
est assortment In town to choose from.
Drop In, mother, and seo them at
BLOCK'S, of course.
Mr. and Mrs. James McCann ro
turned to Kearney yesterday aftor
noon after visiting with tholr son Ray
McCann for some time.
F. C. Plolstlcker, Chao. Walters,
Rohort Douglas and tho Rough broth
ors will nttond the snle hold by Chns.
Liston at Dickons tomorrow.
Mrs. John A. Spies, of Koarnoy, for
merly of this city, came Saturday ev
onlng to visit Mr. and Mrs. Josoph
Splos for a couplo or weeks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Fltzpatrlck and
dnughtor Mildred will leavo In tho
near future for Omaha to visit with
friends and ottond tho Ak-sar-ben.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moston and chll
dron formerly of this city, spont tho
past fow days with local friends. They
are now resldonts of Scotts Bluff,
Mrs. L. M. Koith und Miss Grace
Brown, of York, who had been guests
of tholr brother George Brown for
sotao time, left at noon yesterday
Drosses for street, afternoon or cv
oning wear, of tho bettor kind, In the
noiv combinations etc., now shown In
groater varlotloa than ovor, nt popular
prices at BLOCK'S.
Emanuel Andorson was arrested
Saturday for being Intoxicated and
disorderly on tho main streets. He was
sent to Horshey yesterday aftornoon
wns el von' llrst nlucn lif tho wostorn
district for Its collective display of
farm products. Tho points given Lin
coln county was 708, nlnety-ono points
nbovo Scotts Bluff county, which was
Its nearest competitor. In winning
first placo in the western district,
Lincoln county received a cash -prize
of $230.7G, which has been placed In
the treasury of the Lincoln county
Lincoln county not only received
this first premium, but the individual
exhibits Included in the collective. ox
hlblts took fourteen promlums In the
wostorn district class. These premi
ums were as follows:
First on Manitoba millet seed.
First on Early Ohio potatoes
First on Durum whent grown by
First on celery .grown y ueorge
First on peppers grown by Chas.
Second on squashes.
Second on winter rye grown by Mr.
Second on Held wax beans.
Second on Kohlrabe.
Third on winter wheat grown by
Third on early corn.
Third on qabbago.
Fourth on dentfcd corn.
Fourth on pumpkins.
Chas. C. Hupfor was awarded the
fourth .premium on the stnto at large
for advorlslng design, this being his
representation of a county fair
Certainly Lincoln county has done
well, and certainly those who visited
tho county fair and saw the full dis
play will conclude that the exhibit
won at tho state fair what It was Just
ly entitled to, as Judged by exports
At tho county fair theer were a few
who thought tho display "didn't
amount to much." It Is evident that
those fellows underestimated tho ex
hibits, and that thoy were Inclined to
bo "knockers" rather than boosters.
Those who accompanied tho dis
play to tho Btate fair and boosted Lin
coln county woro Messrs. Sebastton,
Fowlor, Gilman, Schannaun, McComb,
Thoolccko and Cosgrovc.
Elliott Appointed Assistant Professor.
(From the Lincoln Journal.)
Prof. Ben Elliott of North Platte.
Nob., has been appointed associate
professor of mechanical engineering
at the state university to fill the va
cancy mado by the resignation of Pro-
fesor B. F. Raber who Is now nt the
University of California. Mr. Elliott
is a graduate of tho Rose Polytechnic
Institute, Tero Haute. Intl., whoro he
received the degree B. Cs. in mechan
ical engineering June 1910, and M. Sc.
In mechanical engineering In 1911. He
is a graduate of the university ot la-
consin where ho specialized in heat
engineering and received tho profes
sional degree, mechanical engineer In
June, 1913. Although but a young man
his experience has been varied ayd
successful. In ndditton to his col
legiate preparation Mr. Elliott Has
had Ihreo years tC practical work,
with the Allls-Chalmers company,
Milwaukee, tho Union Pacific railroad
company and the McKeen Motor Car
company, Omaha. He has had two
years' experience in tho oxtenslon
work of the University of Wisconsin
and has Just finished tho compilation
of a text-book to be used In tho ex
tension work of that institution. Mr,
Elliott combines tho qualifications
of tho teacher and tho experimenter
and tho university community wel
comes him to his new field of work.
Of any description 250 of them on
display now, and more coming dally.
Prices $'i.9S to $45.00, at BLOCK'S.
North Platte High School Foot Hall
Schedule, 11)15. .
October 8, Cozad at North riatte.
October 15, Curtis Agricultural
School at Curtis.
October 22, Logan County High
School at Sterling, Colo.
October 29, Gothenburg High School
at North Platte.
Novcembor 5, Koarnoy High School
t North Platte.
Novombor 12, Omaha High School at
November 19, Lexington High School
at North Piatto.
Nov. 25, York High School at York.
The latest neckwear for ladles Is
shown at The Leader.
Mr. andMrB. Sam Workman, who at
tnded tho stato fair will return home
Silk Sweaters for ladles, which are
the latesti fail, are shown at Tho
Mrs. Wood White left Saturday ev
ening for Grand Island to visit her
mother for a week or longer.
Large assortment of mutrnlty
dresses, skirts and corsets unpopu
lar prlco ot BLOCK'S.. ,
Mrs. Orra Sailor spent the latter
part of last week In Hershey looking
after her millinery Interests there.
A party of eight chaptroned by ftr.
nnd Mrs. Perry Buchanan spent Sun
day at Dickens with Mrs. Laura Shaf
fer, who Is now living on a home
stead thero. The outing was n very
On nnd after this date we will sell,
on a strictly cash basis. Do not ask
for credit as wo will play no favorite.
G8-2 YORK FEED STORE. 1
LOCAL AND PERSONAL-
Attorney Robert Beatty, of Brady,
who spent several days here on busi
ness, left nt noon yesterday.
Double Trading Stamps on all cash
piirclui'-CH from (! to 10 o'clock next
Suturday evening nt The Lender.
Mrs. J. H. Donegnn and daughter
Miss Ethel returned Saturday ovon
lng from Omaha where they visited
Full Opening nt The Leader Thurs
ilny and Friday of this week. Don't
full to attend.
Mr. nnd Mrs. CFrederlckson, of
Kansas City, came Saturday afternoon
to visit the lntter's sister, Mrs. Ralph
Smith for a couple of weeks. Mrs.
Fretlarickson was formerly Miss Julia
Edmonds of this city.
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Lumber for Hangars
Some of these days you niajkbe coming here
for lumber with which to build a hangar for
Your Aeroplane or Hydroplane
Of course'you are more likely to want lumber
for an automobile shed now, but the time is
likely to come wheiryou'll build a hangar also.
We'll Be Ready When You Come
Coates Lumber and Coal Co.
The Home of Good Cool.
'The Commuters, in 5 ports, founded on the stage
play by James Forbes, with Irene Fenwick, Chas. Judels
and Daw Moyles. Koith Theatre Thursday, Sept. IGth.
Six reels. Ten cento.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Two Rcnl Snaps
Four room frnmo cottago, barn, out
buildings. 2 lots, on. south Walnut St.
Prlco 11800.00. Terms $G00 cash
balance SS.80 jer month in B. & L.
Six room cottage, outbuildings, nlco
corner lot with shnde trees, sidewalk
and olectric lights, on south Elm St.
fc'rlco $1800.00 Twins SG0000 cash
and bulanco $13.20 per month In B. &
Those aro real baugains, much less
than tho properles aro worth. Let
pus show them to you.
GS-2 BUCHANAN & PATTERSON
Wnro In u position to furnish competent nuriei for physicians, on
Cnll Plmnn 82 nnd ntntn whptliui' von wnnt irrniliiutn rv ilnm..il.
ind ws will complete nil the arrangements for you without charge.
607 LOCUST STREET
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Sanitary Newly Furnished Fireproo
This Institution Is now open for tho Reception anil Treatment of Surg
ical, Medical and Obstetrical enses.
A Strictly modern Hospital for the convonionco of thy physicians of
North Piatto and country tributary thereto.
Are You Saving your Tablet
Remember we are giving way FREE
A Rain Coat and Hat
to the boy and girl returning by December 1st, the
largest number of school tablet covers, composition
book Covers, and writing tablet covers with the
Rexall name on them.
SEE OUR WINDOW.
The Only One In Town.
Mrs. Geo. Schatz, of Ogdon, Utah, a
former resident here, was the guost of
honor nt a slumber party given Fri
day evening by Mrs. W. 1 Snyder nti
tho experimental farm. Tho guosts In
cluded tho Novlta club nnd thoy were
entertained the early part of the ev
ening with music, games, and comic
sketches. A pleasant feature of the
evening was the toasting of marsh-
mellows before tho lira plnco. At S:30
tho following morning Mrs. John
Stnckhouso served a delicious Ilvo
courso breakfast. Tablo appoint
ments' woro artistically arranged and
tho courses nicely served. Botiuets of
llowors woro used in abundance. Tho
Indlos roturnod to this city at 10
o'clock Saturday morning' feeling that,
thoy had buon royally entertained.
Lot 7, block 13, Miller addition sold
to Roy Pnrkls of Holt county, son-in-law
of Q. D. Goldsmith. Consideration
$350.00. Mr. Pnrkls expects to move
horo and build a modorn dwelling
thereon. Snlo mado by C. F. Temple.
Doll Huntington returned to tho
ranch this morning after spending
soveral days In towji. Ho says alfal
fa on tho ranch yielded six tons per
aero In the thrco cuttings.
Mrs. 'Andy McGovom, of Brady, who
was tho guost of hor parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Marti, returned hotw tin
latter part of last week.
Good Vntil Sept. 30th.
North Platte Light & rower Co.
ON FARMS AND
Lowest Rates and Best Terms.
Plenty o Money on hand to Close
Buchanan & Patterson
Mrs. Albert Muldoon will entortaln
at cards this aftornoon. f
Tito Twentieth Century club will "
meet nt tho library this ovonlng.
You aro Invited to nttond tho show
ing of fall nnd winter hats at tho
Tho Indian enrd club will bo enter
tained Thursday aftornoon by Mffes
Largest and most beautiful collec
tion of new Fall Suits over shown la
North Platte, now on display at
BLOCK'S. Prices $10 to $40.
Mrf. T. Berry, of Omahn, former
ly of this city, will arrive this weok to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith.
O. II. Thoelocke returned Sunday
evfnlng from a pleasant visit at tho
state fair and with rolatlvos in Omaha.
Furnished rooms for rent In modorn
houso. Mrs. M. V. Mltcholl, 412 east
Third street. 08-2
County Superintendent Alleoii Gantt
loft yesterday morning for tho south
east part of the county to visit schools.
The total enrollment for tho city
srhooln hm rtnchetl 1,81, Last year
a. cniollraent for the first week was
Miss Palino Sutton, of Clinton. Tn..
ho has been visltlncr Miss Tllnnnha
Fonda for several weeks, returned tn
her homo Friday evening.
For Sale Good steel range, dining
room tablo and chairs, 320 cast Fifth
street. Phone Black 140. GS-2
A girl baby was born Thursday of
last week to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horn,
of Grand Island. Mrs. Horn was for
merly Miss Viola Eves, of this city.
A complete showing of garments for
the stout ladles In extra sizes. " Stylish
Coats, Suits and Drosses, sizes up to
51. Prices same as regular sizes.
Mrs. Agnes Boyer left at noon yes
terday for Gothenburg;- from there sho
will visit different towns in eastern
Nebraska on L. O. T."M. work, and ex
pects to be absent until Christmas.
Tho Methodist nid society will meet
next Thursday. September lflth, with
Mrs J. E. Evans, 102 east Third street.
As there will be election , of officers
that day, It is desired if ..possible that
all members bo present.
BOYS AND GIRLS
With every Red Electric or Thor washing-machine,
sol'd this month, we will give a solid maple ironing
Any style, any color,' any price: de-
slrablo sizes, 22 to 38, prices $1.9S to
DR. J. S. TWINEM,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention Given to Gynecology
Obstotrlca and Children's Diseases.
Office McDonald Stato Bank i5uildlng.
Corner Sixth and Dewey Streets.
Phones, Office 183, Residence 283
J. B. HEDPIELD.
rilYSICIAN & SURGEON
HYSICIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Drs. Redflcld & Redfleld
Office Phone G42 Res. Phono 676'
Jfot a Hospital But a Homo
Nurso Brown Memorial Hospital
1008 West 4th St., North Platte, Neb.
Mrs. Margaret Hall, Superintendent.
Miss Yetn Plckard, Graduate Nurse.
Dr. J. S. Twinem,
Physician and Surgeon
Rest for Humanity's Cure Orlficlnl
Surgery with Homcoputlilc Medi
cine for Acute und Chronic Disease.
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention given to Surgery
Office: Building and Loan Buildinp
PLm Office IG0 5
Phones Residence 115
Hospital Phono Black G33.
House Phono Black G33.
"W. T. PJ11TCHAIID,
Eight years a Government Veterinar
ian. Hospital 218 south Locust St.,
one-half block southwest of tho
COL. M. L. PIcDERMOTT,
PHONE RED 464.
North Piatto, Nebraska.
Stock and Farm Sales a Specialty.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF
NEBRASKA. NORTH PLATTE
In the Mutter of T. J. Baldock & Son,
a co-partnership, and William M.
Baldock, an Individual member
thereof, Bankrupts of tho County
Caso No. 41. an Bankruptcy. Volun
Notice of Sale.
Notlco Is hereby given that by vir
tue of an ordor of W. V, Hoagland,
Refereo In Bankruptcy, Jnmos T.
Keefe tho trusteo In bankruptcy of
the above named bankrupts, will soli
at public auction to tho highest bid
der for cash, all of tho stock of said
co-partnership consisting of a stock
of groceries and fixtures. Said sale
will be hold In the storo room former
ly occupied by said co-partnorshlp In
tho City of North Piatto, Lincoln
county. Nebraska, and will commonco
at 2 o'clock In the aftornoon of the
24th tiny of September, 1915.
W. V. HOAGLAND.
St3 Rcfcroo in Bankruptcy.
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