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NORTH ,PLATTE, NEB., OCTOBER 1, L915.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Ladles' Suits from $10.00 up at Wil
cox Department Store.
Mrs. Harold Wright is quite ill at
her homo on cast Ninth street.
Munslng Underwear for Men, Wom
en and Children at Wilcox Depart
Mrs. Catherine Fryer, who has been
seriously ill for several weeks, Is
slightly improved today.
Edward M right and wife have gone
.o Omaha to attend thr Ak-Sar-Ben
md visit relatives for ton days.
Mrs. Chris Paulson has returned
from Sutherland where she attended
th funeral of the late Mrs. George
Gage Hollawny left Wednesday cv
tni.it; for Gibbon to vibit relatives
for a few days and later will go to
Omaha to attend the Ak-Sar-Don.
Bos: Granulated Cane Sugar $G.OO
a sack at Wilcox Department Store
Miss Veta Pickard, nurso at the
Nurse- Brwn Memorial hospital, enjoy
ed a visit from her parents this week,
who reside in Missouri and are enroute
to California, v
Wm. A. Hayes is completing one of
tho most attractive bungalows In the
city at 302 south Vine street. Mr. Hayes
is a carpenter and erected this pretty
and roomy house.
John Herrod placed in service this
morning a new delivery auto truck,
It is "Tho Menomineo" and has tho
appearance of a car that will stand
tho "wear and tear."
Dr. J. S. Slnis took possession of his
now bungalow in tho south part of
town Wednesday. It is one of the most
attractive of the many pretty homes
in that part of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dunphy, of
Grand Island, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bogue this week and) left
yesterday1 afternoon for Sallna, Kans.,
by the way of Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Geno Neville, of New
York, who aro enroute to San Fran
cisco In thtir Pierce Arrow car, will
be tho gunts of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Cha-3.
Reynolds thia week.
We have a special assortment of
hats for $3.75 for October 2nd, one day
day only. Also a special price on all
caps and plain bats for childres at
Wilcox Department Store
Tho.Rebekahs will serve a i5c lunch
of hot biscuits and creamed chicken in
the I. O. O. F. hall Friday afternoon
and evening, October 8th. An elec
tion -of officers -will be held.
Misfortunes never come singly. To
day The Tribune editor lost his fed
eral job and bis son-in-law lost his
hunting pup. The son-in-law insists
that his loss is the greater, and the
editor is not disputing him.
If your feet hurt buy Queen Qual
ity shoes at W.ilcox Department Store.
George Brhard, a traveling man
who for a time made North Platte his
home, last week contributed an cx
Cfillent write-up of this city to an
eastern trade panor. Mr. Brhard ev
idently believes in boosting the towns
locaed is his territory.
Wo are lntormed that the residents
of tho south part of the city, and par
ticularly those living west of Dewey
street, will petition the board of edu
cation to erect a school uuliumg in
. For Ront Furnished house. A. A.I
A. A. Schatz nutocd to Stnpleton
yesterday to visit the fair.
Mrs. J. ,T. Ilowker will return to-j
night from a month's visit In Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. j; Stackhouso, of
Dickons aro sjiondlng, tills wect in
G. F. Logan, of Springfield,, Mo., is
the guest of hor sistor, Mrs. A. E.
lit. Rov. Geo. A. Ilcochor, of Hast
ings, spent a few hours in town Wed
Mrs. J. 13. Evans entortalned at a
dinner party Tuosday complimentary
to Mrs. W. J. Cruson. 1
George Schrnnim, of the Birdwood,
was in tho city yosterday and while
hero purchased a Ford car.
Wanted A girl for general house
work Apply to Mrs. Perry Carson,
407 east Sixth street.
Noel Donegan expects to leave-in a
fow days for Omaha and Lincoln to
visit friends for a week.
Frank Hart, of Alliance, nsd Leo
Hart, of Brady, who spent the Unit of
this week here left Tuesday evening.
Mrs. David Robeson, of Douglas,
Ariz., a former resident of North
Platte, is the guest of friends in town.
Misses Irene and Mario Stuart will
go to Omaha next week to visit with
frlcsds and attend tho Ak-Sar-Lon
Mrs. B. A. Cram will leave next
week for Lincoln to attend tho branch
meeting of the Woman's Foreign Mis
sions. Mrs. Cash Austin will entertain a
number of ladles at a prornuptial
handkerchief shower for Miss Mayme
Mrs. Esther Burcnor and Miss Merlo
Thprnburg went to Hastlnrs Wednes
day evening where they will remain
Mrs. E. B. Gibbs, who has bees vis
iting her daughter Mrs. W. J. Stuart
for several weeks, will return to Chi
cago today. s
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Axtell wont to
Sterling this morning where tho for
mer has been transferred for a couple
Maurice Fowler came up from Grand
Island this morning and will devote
0 couple of days to scouting around
in quest of horses.
The Zenda dancing clublield an en
joyable dance at tho Masonic hall last
evening. The White-Tramp orchestra
furnished the music.
Mrs; H. B. Drake, of Broken Bow,
Is the' guest-ofv her ne,lce, Mrs. Wm.
Huddart while enroute home from
a' visit to the Pacific coast. ,
Mrs. York Hinman entertained a'
number of ladies at a dinner party
Wednesday in favor of her mother,
who will soon return to California.
Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, of Edina,
Mo., who spent two weeks with the
latter's sistor, Mrs. Edward Bush, left
yesterday afternoon for Storllng to
Mrs. Henrietta Kenworthy and two
sons of Denver, formerly of this city,
are visiting with the forcer 3 sistor,
Mrs. M. V. Mitch all, having arrived
the first of this week.
Mrs. J. F, Jecreys, of Ifuntloy,
'Nebraska, came Wednesday evening
that section of tho city to acconimo- tQ vl(J,t her tlaugIltorf Mr8. Faith Yar
nell, who is making her homo witu
date tho primary grades. Residents
.... . a , . . tllll 1 lw a u
or tnai pan 01 iovu cumuiar.i mat M j-j,v,aP(j .hlc
tneir cmuren nave to wane too iar 10 .
(iirl for general housework,
quire J21 west Fourth.
PIANO FOR SALE
Practically now Chickerlng Piano
for sale at a bargain. Inquire No. 23,
i'he Bam Will
but the house will never help build the barn," is
'a common saying amongst farmers. It's good
business when making the first permanent improvements on
the farm, to put up iirst the buildings tliat Help most to
Every dollar put into a good modern barn is returned
many-fold to the fanner. Cow comfort and horse comfort ;
mean man profit. Live stock kept well and vigorous pays a
handsome dividends. ' JL
There is no need to argue the case for the mod
ern barn. 'Most farmers -admit the necessity of it.
Anything that wc can do to heh,you obtain the
virrlir enrf nf Lrirn fnr Vfllir yii
- Ml 1.t1 ,1 T f XV-l
lariu, we win gunny uu, ,. y, V.fer, ; " si,t ft
us get together on it. trSMM ' "
Knines and Heeler Appointed
Thn nmintnf mnnf if W T Pntimn
of Maxwell, and Arnold F. Heeler, of
this city, as register and receiver'
respectively of tho local United States
land office was mado yosterday by
president Wilson. Appointments of
registers and receivers of the offices
at Broken Bow and O'Neill wore also
made, and the register at Valentine
In the North Platto office tho com
missions of Messrs. Evans and Bare
expired April 20th last, and since that
date democratic appointments had
been expected daily, but by reason of
tho Bryan-Hitchcock fight on patron
age the naming of appointees was
With tho exception of the Alliance
office, which still pays' the maximum
salary of ?3,000 n year, the land of
fices in Nobraska aro not much of a
reward so far as salary Is concerned.
In the futura, unless a consolidation
of districts is made, tho pay of each
ofTIcor In the North Platte office will
not exceed $100 per month. In the
North Platto district thero V less
than 10,000 acres of vacant land, and
less than (100 homesteads on which
final proof has not been made. Iu
the Broken Bow, O'Neill and Valentine
districts tho business has also about
Messrs. Eames and Beeler 'will take
over the office as soon as their bonds
are accepted and commissions are ls
Bued, which will be in a week or ten
The retiring officers congratulate
Messrs. Eames and Beeler, and will
render them evr assistance in get
ting acquainted with the work of the
"Walk Tills Way" Some Show.
With a splendidly balanced com
pany, Billy "Single" Cllffrd, support
ed by the clever prima donna, Helen
Clark," will be seen In the merriest
satire "Walk This Way" at the Keith
Theatre Saturday evening, October 2d.
Tho success of this clever farce Is lit
tle short of phenomenal. The mipport
Is the st 'oiiL-on L'lly Cl'fford hw
er had and by carrying- his own band
and orchestra as well as several big
vaudeville headllners, "Walk This
Way" is an assured evening of fun.
Tho vocal equipment is perfect and
praises everywhere have been receiv
ed on their enunciation. Dancing is
another feature, especlatty the New
Walk, which gets them everywhere.
Will Open Cafe
Peter Caredls, a Greek, has leased
th'dr'.roni' formerly "occupied by the
Scoonover clothing store and will open
a cafe as soon as the furniture arrives
and is placed, t Mr. Caredls, who op
erates a restaurant In. Hastings, ar
rived this morning accompanied by a
Lincoln man who is : taking the di
mensions of the rooms preparatory
to filling tho order for the furnishings.
The cafe will open inside of thirty
days, and the proprietor assures us
that its appointments and service will
bo sccofcil to none. The cafe will be
open day and night.
..To fit and (o please everybody mid to
suit any pocket bonk.
THE LEA Di: It.
Nurse Ilrowu Hospital N'olcs
Miss Maude Clark, of Tryon, who
has ben receiving treatment hero for
several weeks, is very much Improved
in health and Is expecting to leave
tho hospital soon.
Mrs. II. N. Yarnell, who left the
hospital a fow days ago, will re
turn to her home at Carmen Saturday.
Dr. J. S. Twfneni, who has boon
away for tho past throe weeks Is ex
pectd home tomorrow.
Mrs. W. S. Redman and little son
left the hospital Tuosday but will not
return to their home at Arthur until
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Pickard, of
Harlan, Iowa, wore visiting their
daughter her this week. Thoy left
yesterday afternoon to spend a month
with another daughter who rosldos at
Fort Collins, Colo.
I havo GO head of registered Per
rheron horses, all ages, from colts to
12 yearsi old. Can bo bought on tlmo
with good security. Wm EdlB, 2 mlleg
south ofrtown. 73tf
Having The Right Merchandise
At The Right Prices
That's 'What Counts
Thai's what is lold to us every clay by our customers. The
merchandise, plus service, are things that make- one store belter
than any other. It is our constant aim of keeping ahead of the peoples
wants with what they want, with prices, that are right. These are the
main reasons why we have doubled our business so far this season
in comparison with the seasons past.
Just Received another large shipment of
new Fall Suits, come in Tonforrow and
look them over.
New Fall Dresses
$4.79 to $33.00
Models that can not he equaled
anywhere at the same price,
charming up to date styles in
Silk poplins and serge and Silk
combinations, in all sizes and
New Fall Coats
S5.00 to $45.00
Unquesl ionably the best and
greatest collection of Coats
ever shown in this city, all
made up to the minute in all
the leading shades and newest
materials sizes to fit everybody.
New Fall Suits
$12.80 to $40.00
Copid of high priced imported
models made of Rroad Cloths,
Poplins, Gabardines Whipcords
Velvets, and Screes, I'ur or
Sizes 14 to
... - 1 , 1
New Fall Skirts $1.98 to $l4.5fj. New Fall Petticoats 49c up.
Now Fall Waists 69c to $7.50. Sweaters in Wool and Siffc SOc up.
Childrens Coats $2.48 to $ 1 1 .56.' Girls Worsted Dresses 98c up.
Aleraf ions Free of Charge.
all Colors 50c
Ladies" Outfitting Store
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
P. N. Corsets
back lace and
W. Wo SIRGE CO,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
GRADUATE PHONE 82
We are in a position to furnish competent nursea for physicians, on
Cajl Phono 82 and state whether you want graduate or domestic nurse
and we will complete all the arrangements for you without charco.
We have reduced the price on
our old Wheat Flour to the basis
of new wheat.
Union Flour the best made, pack
eu m licavv towel snckfi tj P
Tulip Flour guaranteed best
first patent per sack.
sack . .
We hae enough on hands fo
a week or ten days business after
that time we will have flour
made from this year's wheat.
Better buy an extra sack or, two
ol old wheat Hour.
l Wilcox Department Store
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Tho RincUor Book niul Drug Co.
have Improved their store by adding
forty fct of now glass show cases.
Clayton Ogier, ot Lancaster, Cnl.,
came yostorday to visit his brother
E. N. Ogier and family for a fortl
Tho W. C. T. U. will meet at tho
homo of Mrs. N. B. Loudon, 320
roulli Chestnut street, Tuosday nftor
noon. Tho literary department of tho
Twentieth Century club will moot with
Mrs. W. M. Cummlngs Tuesday nf
Conductor Hrooks sprained his left
ankle Wednesday aftornoon while,
stepping from a moving freight train j
in tho local yards.
Weather forecast for North Platto
and vicinity: : Slightly warmer to
i.ight; highest temp,erc.ire yosterday
f.."; a year ago Si; lowest last nigiu
41; a year ago 53.
Lost Nine months old Lewellpn
Setter dog. Hindi and white. Kinder
plengo notify W. II. Munger
Georce Woir writes from Lincoln
that he was offered the position of
aashltant In the anatomy room at
the state university, but on nccount of
his dental course will not be able to
For Kale (die Inrpc hard cunl
tnmior In Iirst class condition. IVill
p11 II real clicnp. Apply nl
Thos. McGulre returned yesterday
ifternoon from Omaha wher1 he spent
,. k anc1 will lslt ' pirents. Mr.
:.nd Mrs. Charloa " McGulre, boforo
1 1 aving for Wallace whore lie has been
I - cated for thro years past.
Tho Nevlta club woro pleasantly cn
icrtalned at the home of Mrs. II. A.
'.ooks yesterday aftornoon. A dc
Kiie vas held, tho subject being He
m lvtd that it is moro pleasant to
u icrtaln thnn to be entortalned. Tho
afilnnnlve was lead by Mrs. V. 13.
l'avna and the negative by Mrs. W.
I'. Knvder. Four guests were present
and acted a Judges. Thoy awarded
tho honors to Mrs. Snyder. In the
guessing contest Mrs. Ada Lowis won
a inio. Nicely prepared refreshments
were served during tho afternoon.
Guest a woro Mesdames Gorgo Lane,
J. Q. Wilcox, Carl Iirodbock and Guy
Fine Lawn Manure Inquire- of Joo
Snles. Phono Ulack 101. 73-8
.Notice to Water Consumers
Bills for the July quarter are now
ready and If paid by Octobor 10th a
discount of one cent per thousand gal
lons is given. No discount after the
10th. As water bills aro light tills
ypar we request that thoy bo paid
promptly, as tho Water Dopartmont
necdu the money.
The water will bo shut off of all
Atlorny Albert Muldoon spent tho
first of tliis ween In SIdnoy on busi
ness, Tho Hoyal Neighbors sodul club
met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. El
mer Koontis, who was assisted by Mcs
damrs D. C. Davis and L. Jones. Nice
refreshments were servod
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Meyers, of Choy-
servlces which are delinquent niter enno, woro in this city last, evening
Octobor 20th, ns a reminder thnt the enroutn to Washington, D. C Upon
water bill Is not paid.
IU3HSIIKV S. WELSH.
tin 'Ir return thoy will visit with Mr.
land Mm. Charles Mclsamara.
"As 11 business 111:111 I have many
hanking; demands and requirements,
yel the I'latto Valley Statu Hank has
11 hnppy faculty of (retting quickly Into
nclloii willi them all."
"To me It moans much to have (he
bank ghc prompt uttentioii to mat
ter after mutter und never vary lis
vt llliiiKiioss to sen Ice.''
These ure tin; remarks of a business
iiiaiinger. Allow us to show you, too,
Hint here Is 11 bank fully capable of
sen lug you.
Platte Valley State Bank,
4 per cent Interest On Time Deposit.
Forth PJntfe, Nebraska.
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