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DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Clinrles Saunders returned Tuesday
evening from Denver.
Charles Temple spent Wednesday
In Keystone on business.
Mrs. F. C. Tnnger Is reported to bo
ill nt her homo on east Sth street.
Tho young son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C.0.
Troy Is qulto 111 with typhoid fever.
Mrs. Edgar Dedrlck will entertain
the Et-A-Virp club Tuesday afternoon.
Thu Socialist Study club met yes
terday afternoon with Mrs. John Dick.
A baby hoy was born tho first of
this week t Mr. and Mrs. Nick Legas.
Rev. Fred Johnson, of Hershey,
visited the Carroll family this week.
Mrs. Louis Peterson went to Lewel
len Wednesday evening to visit
J. C. Wilson and W. J. Hendy drove
to Spannuth Wednesday to attend a
For Farm Loans see or write Gene
Crook, room 3, Waltemath building,
korth Platte. 41tf
Mrs. H. M. Grimes will entertain
thirty ladles at a kenslngton this af
ternoon. Leo Carroll, of the Gothenburg Mill
ing Co., is spending a few days in town
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oulmette. and
children visited friends in Grand
Island this .'eek.
Mrs. E. Cralgte left yesterday morn
ing for Paxton to spend th week-end
Wo have a special assortment of
hats for $375 for October 2nd, one day
only. Also a special price on all caps
and plain ,hats for children at Wil
co? Departmest Store.
Mrs. P. J. Lathan has gone to Bea
ver City to visit relatives for a
couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Shaner of Max
well, visited their daughter Miss Ruey
Shaner this week.
Mrs. W. H Blalock and son Harold
left yesterday morning for Kimball
to spend several days.
May Mavorlsh and brother Ray, of
Sutherland, came Wednesday morn
ing to visit their sister.
Tin: 15KST 2.' cent Lndlc.f Ito'sc (o
lie found anywhere in the country will
bo found nt The Lender
Mrs. Frank Hood went to Kearney
Wednesday to be present at the wed
ding of her daughter.
Frank Coates, of Sutherland, spent
a few days this week with his brother
Elmer Coates and family.
Mrs. R.A. Carman who had been vis
iting relatives in Malvern, . Ia., for a
week, has returned home. I
Miss Elsio Langford left Wednes
day for Oregon, Mo., to accept a posi
tion as stenographer in a law office.
Mrs. Mary Marrnsh of Sutiierland,
came .ho first of -ho veek to visit
with lier daughter Mrs. A. J. Frazier
Geo. M. Logan of Springfield, Mo.
came a few days ago to visit his sister
Mrs. A. E. Dowell for a couple of
Dr. !.Ia.'e Amos experts j W-t
shortly for an extended visit with
relatives in Chicago and other eastern
Miss Irma Huffman left at noon
Wednesday for Chicago to take up her
studies in the Anna Morgan High Arts
Ott Crawley, of Hastings, came up
a few days ago to visit his father,
John Crawley who has beon ill for
Rf L. Graves came In from "the
cast Wednesday morning, spent the
day In town and left for Denver the
Mrs. W. A. Buchflnch and son
Harry left Tuesday for Grand Island
to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mr .and Mrs. Walter Covell of
Blanco, Colo., returned Tuesday even
ing from a short visit with relatives
In Grand Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swanson, of
Nelson were called here-. Wednesday
Morning .iy tvo ls h Oi .rnnr son
Mrs. F. T. Redmond spent yester
day in Lewellen, going there upon in
vitation to act as ono of the judges
of fancy work at tho county fair.
Dr. , and Mrs. A. J. Iverr, of Akron,
la., who visited the former's brother
Dr. T J. Kerr and wife, returned
home Wednesday morning.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Camp had as
their guest this weok,the formr's
mother Mrs. Arvilla Camp and grand
mother Mrs. Lucia Camp of Coad.
When your eyes demand relief
when the object to be further im
posed upon, you will very likely be
compelled to seek tho aid of an Op
tician. It Is much better to obey the
First sign of eye trouble. C. S.
CLINTON, Registered Optometrist.
Misses Dulclo nnd Thelma Frater
left this morning for Stanton where
the former will play tho wedding
march for a girl friend. Later the
young ladles will spend two weeks in
Lincoln whero Miss Dulclo will take
coaching at the Lincoln School of Mu
sic. F. J. DIEXEK & CO.
Heal Estate nnd Insuranco
Come and eeo us for town lota in
dlfforent parts of the city. Good In
vestments on easy terms. Houses for
sale and rent. Wq have oIro good bar
gains In farms and ranches.
Cor. Front and Dewey Sts.. upstairs.
MJKSS GOODS ANN SILKS
Tho most up. lo. dale Hiic f Dress
Goods nnd Silks ever seen In North
Platte urc now on display nt The
Lender. Prices from J15 cents up.
L.( L. Wnlker returned Wednesday
evening from Hastings where lie
spent the first of this week.
W. H. Mungcr, Jr., of this city, has
been drawn as a federal grand Juror.
The Jury will convene in Omaha this
Tho Presbyterian aid society was
entertained yesterday aftornoon in the
hnsement of the church by Mesdamos
Wm. Eshelninn, Mary Elder and M.
Hugh Scoonover, who sold Ills stook
of goods this week to a Mr. Adams, of
Boulder, Colorado, will soon leave
for Omaha, whero ho will engage in
the clothing business.
Having completed a course in mas
saging, hnlrdressing nnd mnnlcuring.
I am ready to accommodate anyone
desiring this work done. Mrs. Emily
Coates, First Nationnl Bank Building.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eshelamn nod Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Eshelmun of Suther
land visited at the Wm. Eshelman
home the first of this week. The la
dies left Tuesday afternoon for
Sunbury am' Lancaster, P lo make
an exteneded visit.
Marriage licenses wero granted
Wednesday afternoon to Herbert A.
Cornier age 23, of Cheyenne, and Lau
ra Dell Neel age IS, of this city, and
to Oscar BJurstrom age 40 and Fanny
Stnnimons age 17, of Brades
C. F. Temple was a visitor In Lew
ellen Wednesday, attending the fair
and looking, nfter business matters.
He tells of a farmer who planted
three acres to tomatoes and had so
far sold six hundred dollars' worth.
Theliigh school foot ball team is
holding daily practices and bid lair to
bo about the strongest team tho school
has had In several years. A number
of good games are scheduled but the
sale of season tickets Is not very
Til Kit H HAS XKVEK HEEX A MOKE
OPPOKTUXE TIME FOR THE FAST
TEX VEAKS AXI) XEYER WILL1
RE AOAIX TO J1UV A HOME IX
XORTH PLATTE. WHY I
Ilccnuso with the contemplated Im-'
prouMiients that Xorth Platte Is about
to make Paving tho business section.
Uujliifr it City Park, new lighting sys'
tcin for the streets. More and better i
equipped schools. I um not mention
hits tho new Union Pnclllc depot or the'
biilldlnp of the lliirlingtoii, but If ir-
eryone felt, its I do, they Mould be Hi-'
urlni on these too within the ne.vt'
year. There Is bound to be n general!
nihiince of nil city property. Don't de-1
my, iiiok out llie following list, and
If you don't see what you wmit call at
Good six room house on west Sixth
street, In Hho west part of town. Cor
ner lot, GGxl32 feet. Electric lights
ami city water in the house. Conntot
ed to sower. SIdwalks on two sides
of lot. Price ?2,000.00. Terms to suit
Five room house on Jefferson Avt?.
In west pnrt of town.- Electric lights
and bath. Connected to sewer. Prlo
$1,000.00. Easy terms.
Two full GO foot lots with four room
houso on east Tenth street. Nice lnwn
and trees on both lots. Large barn.
Mnko a lovely home closo In on tho
north side. Price $3,000.00.
Five room house on South Walnut
street on corner lot. Nice lawn nnd
trees. Electro lights and cltv. wator
In house Connected to sewor. Only
5 Mi blocks from court house. In ex
cellent condition. Price $1,S00.00.
Two new four room houses on west
Tenth street. Absolutely now, nnd
mighty lino little houses. Closets nnd
pantry. Water In house. Price $1100
each. Can be bought on practically
In addition to the above I havo sev
eral other properties, including vacant
lots. Phono the office for an appoint
ment. C. F. TEMPLE,
Phone Red 500.
Last Wednesday was the average In all styles, Dutch neck. hMi nerk
ito of the first kill ng frost ns shown low neck, 'loiip sletMe n
r tho records of the local U. weath- sleeveless for ladles, in Isses and eliil.
luironii Vrmr flint wn Un'n nnopnit .1 . ... . . L 11,1,1
ureii; mines- sizes ironi 00 up: chll
(Iron's from L'llc up.
M ill Liutnenin nui society- met
daj;. afternoon afternoon at the
6f .jjMrs. F. C; -JJac.kson who wai
sloped in entertaining by Mrs. Ha
er bureau. Now.that wo have passed
that date, and have not had a frost
that effected vegetation, perhaps we
may yet have ten days of "frostless
ISnlnconts for Indies, inls-es nnd chil
dren. Ladles' coats from i?2.r up.
children's coals from 2 up.
Norn Creek filed her petition in the
district court Wednesday praying for
a divorce, JrTii i.ei v,!s'.'aud, .-'ivcsU'r
Creek, on the grounds of cruelty and
non-support. They were married In
Anthony, Kans., Feb. G, 1000 and havo
four children Hazel ago 14, Oma age
18r Margaret age 11, Harold age 9.
Thev plaintiff has beeiia resident of
Lincoln county! for4Jvo years and
till-to" lHOQtflS. , , , n ,.
Oiir Optical trade is growing stead
ily all the time. There's a reason; it
is this, we never fail to get exactly
right glasses for our customers. C. S.
CLINTON, Registered Optometrist.
Tilt Lutheran aid society- met Tues-
sjs,fed in entertaining by Mrs. Haspdll.
An election of officers wns held and
the following were elected: Presi
dent Mrs. Julius Hoga, vjce-president
Mrs. Andy Yost, secretary and treas
urer Mrs. E. B. Payne. Nicely pre
pared refreshments were served after
the business meeting.
Edward J. Harner and Miss Clara
Hood left, Wednesday morning for
Kearney- whero they we're married
that afternoon and have gono to Lin
coln and Omaha to spend their honey
moon. The bride Is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hood who live
north of the city and the groom has
been employed on the Hood farm for
several months. They will make their
home with the brldo's parnts.
In tin case of Hcivy Froll against
the Commercial Union Insurance Co.,
which was tried In tho county court
tho first of this week, the Jury agreed
that the plaintiff should roceivo $2G0
on the Insurance policy of $300 for his
automobile which was destroyed re
cently. The company refused payment-
on account of the car being
mortgaged. The Jury was out over
Tho Lender sells more Ladles' Suits,
Coats and Dresses than nny three
stores In town. Why I Hccuti.sc tho
styles are bettor nnd the prices lower
Miss Mayme McMicheal was the
guest of honoratapre-nuptlal mystery
shower given nt the home of Mrs. Sam
Derryberry Wednesday afternoon. Tho
afternoon was spent in social conver
sation and kenslngton work. A nice
two course lunch was served. The
shower or household girts was a
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Messrs. A. Rush, W. J. Landgraf
and Chns. Herrod spent yesterday at1
the Stapleton fair. ,
Nell Turpie, Will McDonald and
Harry Dixon made a trip to Stapleton
yesterday in tho Turplo car.
B. E. Warner, of Council Bluffs, who
visited at tho Gene Crook homo this
week, left Wednesday auornosn
Mrs, J. H. Stone and children left
yesterday afternoon for Omaha and
Lincoln to visit relatives for a week
Mrs. Robert Freedman, of Lincoln,
who spent two weeks visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Joseph Stone, left yesterday
Attorney George Glbbs left yester
day afternoon for Omaha and cities of
Kansas to visit relatfyes for a week
or longer. j
Mrs. Mae West, o' Fremont who
spent three weeks here visiting her
neice, Mrs. Jack Carroll, returned
home yesterday afternoon.
The Mothers club, spent a pleasant
afternoon with Mrs. C. S. Clinton
Wednesday. Enjoyable refreshments
were served lato in tho afternoon.
Steward Smith, of tho Elks' club,
litis sojepted playera for u bi'-Mord
tournament which will begin In a few
days. Sixty or more players will take
part in this tournament.
Rev. B. A. Cram has been returned
as pastor of tho Methodist church in
this city. Under his pastorate the
church has made a nice growth, and
future improvement may be expected.
Len Kidwell, of Wallace, came over
yesterday to transact business and
visit friends. He says business is
brisk in Wnllace, and that a large
amount of wheat is being shipped
out each day.
, Tho Locust street road leading to
tho South Plntto bridge has been grad
ed by W. D. Waldo, who has tho con
tract for tho county grading. When
worked down in shape, this roadway
will no longer be the subject of strong
The Christian Endeavor district
convention will bo held nt Cozad for
three days beginning today. A dele
gation of young folks from soveral
local churches are planning to at-
i tend. Rev. H. J Knowlos has been
requested to deliver an addross to
Tho fall number of the telephone
directory is now in press nt The
copious ono and before departing Miss Tribune mid will In Issue I the latter
McMicheal was presented with n set part of next week. A considerable
of silver knives, forks and spoons number of subscribers have beon add
as a wedding gift fro in the neighbors. I ed since tho lssunnce of tho last dl-
Having recovered several autos that Z??rL uiZlVJl:
had been stolen. Sheriff Salisbury Is I X a-lurewcs
somewhat peeved becauso ho cannot, im.n.
secure a clew to the follow who stole At tho annual congregational meot
tho Henry Clark car Sunday evening, lng of tho Luthoran church held Wed-
The sheriff has been very dilllgent in
notifying offlcdrs In surrounding
towns to keep a look-out for tho car,
but up to this morning had received
nesday evening, reports from tho dif
ferent societies were recolved and C.
O. Welngand wns re-elected elder 'for
threo years. Messrs. Andy Yost and
no word of its recovery. It is rather A W Shilling were chosen deacons,
difficult for an auto thief to escape, The reports show tho church to bo in
and tho sheriff still has hopes of get
ting his man.
T. C. Patterson spent Wednesday
In Kearney, and while there Inspected
the street paving which is now being
laid. He thinks Kearney is getting
good work. Tho 'smaller size paving
brick is used, set face up with asphalt
filler. The baso is concreto with a
light covering of sand In which the
brick aro set. Central avenue, on
which tho paving is now being done1,
1b twonty feet wldor than our streets,
hence tho cost per lot foot Is consider
able more than It will bo In North
a good tinnnclal condition.
Twenty-live' different styles to sc!
Icct from nt .10 mid 05 cents.
THE LEADER. '
Good Price aitl for them. It
pays to sell in your own town
instead of shipping them. All
Bring it in and wc will give you
highest market price.
North Platte Junk House
Lock's Old Barn.
Wilcox Department Store.
They're all here
WE'VE shown you a few of the new fall
Wooltex styles, enough to tell you what arc
the most prominent features of the new modes.
This week we invite you to attend a style ex
position of still greater interest. This, is our
complete fall showing of
Wooltex tailored suits
Always, the Wooltex designers
have kept carefully in mind the
correct ,stylc tendencies, such as
natural, graceful figure lines, belted
or partial belted effects, and the smart
flaring bottom lines of jackets and
But with faithful adherence to style, they
have varied the designs to provide garments
that arc becoming to each type of figure.
Wooltex garments for all
types of figures
Are you stout? There are Wooltex
models to give you a more slender appear
Ate you 'slender? There litre Wooltex-models
to.add-beauty toyourgraceful, ...
Have you an unusually good figure ?
There are Wooltex models that are, as the
French say, ' 'caressing" in their charming
suitability and gracefulness.
Grcr(ul curv of a gout
fiimre ar e lx n to the twit
oJvantact In (bit ault. Smut
curn nwwjr root" ktaftkT.
Ami wiilitl. It ! rcAiMil
nnd cntnl. Nene bM' It
conform to tic correct Ityle
Whatever your figure, whatever
your tastes, whatever your purse ,
there's a Wooltex tailored
garment that will just suit you
Fur Bird tn the teit J
vanucr, inakei tins a bcau
tllul mixicl.anj a (try full
lonible one. Time li rc
uiltkible trace inj cbarci
in Hi craccful lines. The
belt li only uuuti tLe front.
There's style and added
value in Wooltex
In Wooltex tailored garments, you not
only get correct style, but you get added
value in superior materials, custom-quality
tailoring, and a longer period of pleasur
We'd like to show you just how Wooltex
garments are made. You'll know, then,
why they keep their fresh, new appearance
so much longer than ordinary garments.
This week is a most favorable time
to see the newAVooltex fall suits and
coats, and to make your selection
A moiirl that ihowi the
Mile tnijency m coat". Tti
Mill collar ulth flare, the
the thort belt rrTccli n,l
Marine skirt are all uatlu of
Suits at $25 to $65
Coats at $16.50 to $45
Skirts at $5 to $15
Wilcox Department Store.
The Store That Sells Wooltex
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