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NORTH PLATTE, NEB.' OCTOBER 5, L915.
No. 74 '
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS.
Miss Thco Schwaigcr was a visitor
in Kearney Sunday.
Maurice Fowler returned yesterday
afternoon from a businss visit in Onia-
Miss "Aileen Gantt returned Sunday
evening from a brief visit in eastern
Mrs. Charles Vernon returned Sun
day from an extended-' visit with
friends in Montana.
Mrs. C. II. Morey returned the lat
ter part of last week from a visit with
relatives in Hastings.
Mosdaine3 Louis Spencer and Bcnz,
Mr. and Mrs. Mose McFarland nnd.MISHAHX TO llSTAULlSH
two daughters left Saturday morning I STUDIO IN THIS CITY
for Omaha to visit for a few days. I
See the new melon shape muffs at The University School of Music, Lln
m nrif "A coln' Nebraska, is pleased to recom-
I mend to the people of North Platte and
The Lutheran girls will meet Friday' vicinity, Miss Beryl Halm, teacher of
evening with the Misses .Helen and pianoforte.
Jessie Dakor. All members are urged Miss Hahn is a graduate of the Uni-
to be present
George Mudd, of Hershey, spent yos-l
terday In town, and last night, ac-i
companled by Mrs. Mudd, left for'
Omaha to atend the Ak-Sar-Bon i
Mrs. B. T. Tramp is suffering from'
a broken arm which she sustained;
in a fall from the steps of the porcli
verslty School of Music under Sidney
Silbor and has been a successful teach
er for several years.
Special attention lscnlled to the
new Conservatory course- known as
the Progressive Series which Miss
Halm Is .about to Introduce in North
Platte. Students studying the Pro-
grosivp Buries wit i Miss Hnlin mnv
of Wallace, visited local friends tho at hor llome I,rIday 0VenlnB. arrange for -direct recognition at the
latter part of last week. .For Sale A practically new Monarch i ouuuui m music uy naving
malleable steel range. 15. M. Rey-, u" ivu oauiuuu uui.a Braui!ii
iuuiu nuu i reviving jenny ccruucnics
from tho conservatory.
Miss Hahn expects to be in North
Platte about October lltli ami will
route homo ho spent several days at then rnonunco the location of her
the Bily Sunday meetings in Omalia. I studio.
The best and cheapest insurance
written lire, life and automobile,'
against nil hazards.
UK ATT & G001MIAN. I
of tho Dodge car to Wm. Soules, of uolds' 920 west FirUl'
Somerset Saturday afternoon. Arthur Owens returned Saturday
from a two weeks visit in Iowa. En-
"Du Barry," a six part feature, with
Mrs. Losllo Carter will be the attrac
tion at tho Keith Thursday night.
Capt. Haskell, of the Loup country,
visited In town this week and left yes
terday afternoon for an extended visit
in San Diego.
Mrs. C. C. Hupfcr and daughter
Mary returned yesterday from St.
Louis, whero they had been visiting
relatives for several weeks.
Fur Sets Or Separate Fur Scarfs or
muffs in any kind of fur obtainable
at most any price you can afford to
pay, now on display at BLOCK'S.
Judge H. M. Grimes, Attorneys Beel
er, Wilcox and Shuman, and Court Re
porter Barron went to Ogalalla yester
day where district court was in ses
sion. Snow fell in Wyoming yesterday
morning, the storm extending east as
far as Kimball. This accounts for
tho change in temperature in the ba
nana belt yesterday forenoon.
Next Wednesday will
Platte and McCook day at
Tho ladies' guild or tlie Episcopal
church will hold an exchunge In tho
Derryberry & Forbes' window Satur
day. All kinds of home made dainties,
Word from Denver is to tho effect
that Mrs. Fred Letts is so badly crip
Shakes Hands with "Dill."
In reporting tho Sunday meetings
of Evangelist Sunday, the Omaha News
"One of those who came forward
waa H. F. DuBorry of ?Torth Platte
'I'm a Christian, Bill Sunday, but i
came all the way from North Platte,
300 miles away just to hear vou
preach this sermon. And I brought
FARM K11S EXCHANGE AND
LADIES' REST ROOMS
These rpoms were equipped and arc
maintained by the North Platte Cham
ber of Commerce for the use of tho
farmers and their families.
When in North Platte visit tho rooms
and make use of them. They are
equipped with easy chairs, desks,
tables, pens and ink and writing pa
per. Toilet and wash room facilities
and telephone service.
Make your appointments at tho
rooms. Do your 1Usinoss with other
farmers at the rooms. Put on the
black-board If you have anything to
sell or want to buy anything, or if
you need help. Tho Secretary will
also assist you in procuring help or
will assist in anything else he can do
Remember the rooms were equipped
pled with rheumatism as to bo unabli,n' wlfc anil-boy,' he said as ho reach-
to walk. Her qondltion Will be re
gretted by her North Platte friends.
The best Prints made at live cents
n yard at The Lender.
Sheriff Salisbury returned Sunday
evening from Grand Island with Ash
ton Manning, who was arrested last
cd up to shake hands with tho ovan
'That's line that's flue. Thank you
for coming,' answered Mr. Sunday,
beaming a broad smile."
ltoynl Neighbor Convention
The Royal Neighbors of tho Fifth
Horses at Public Auction
On Saturday, October 0th. 1915, I
will sell at the old stock yards In North
riatte, rveurasisa, i&u neau or range
horses at public auction, consisting
of mares and geldings, some suckling
colts, and some two and three years
old. Come out everybody and we will
havo a good old time range horse sale.
These horses are here now and the
sale will start at 1 p. m. Also will
soli a pair of young mules. If yon
hnve any alfalfa pasture for rnt
Bee m"e. C. A. MOORE.
1 lCT m 1117 ii io ui viiv-v4 -j t -
Week in that city as being the guilty ami oixui ciisir cts win noiu tlielr con-
party who burglarized the office of Mfnuon in una city October 13th.
Dr Brock recently. Articles answer-! Preparations are being made to enter
ing the description of those stolen, tnln the visitors. The session wilt
frntn tho llrnclf nlflnn wprn found in! Open at 10 11. 1U., and at 2 P. 111. illli
be North Mils nnssession and later identified bv atol worl wm lie Held. A banquet
: the Mav-1 Dr Brnnk and his assistant. Manning.' w" b served at G o'clock in the K
wood fair. Twenty-live uutos loadea who has been traveling under several 1 ,1U' anu at s:du mere will he an
with Mr.Hnnk men are exnncted and .liffprnnt nnmps. hail 11 harlnir in the Pea meeting. About two hundred
Screrary Temple, of the local Cham, j county court yesterday morning and an'l foventy-flve visitors arc expected
oer ot uommerce, nopes 10 nave more pieau not guuiy. ine case is sei 101
than that number go tfom North ! trial tomorrow morning.
i1"?! Ths.e wh er.aJf:A Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Trent, of Hcr-
biro iu must) mu u ui ai.uiuu mimy . , crinnrTInr- ;v to.xv ilnvs in
Mr. Temple not later than Monday. M w
I town . They 'are eiiro'ute home from
SILK PETTICOAT SALE,
WEDNESDAY AND -THURSDAY
AT THE LEADER
We have just received 5(1(1 Relden
Lawrence McMinn, of Sutherland, Casey, Illinois, "where they had been' SHU mid I'cnii Duchess Petticoats,
was given a hearing before the in'saiib' spending two months with relatives' B"nilccd silK, extra sizes Included,
oft nt tlielr which will be sold ut ii cash discount
insane by his wife; who made "tht-" COin-flilt'le twelve year old daughter Doro-.." twenty per cent. Two days only,
plaint against him. After hearing thy. The child was suddenly taken. T HE LEADER.
the evidence, the board dismissed the sick about two weens ago witn
case McMinn is a carpenter and ptomauine poisoning and died two "The frost was on the pumpkin"
contractor of Sutherland. They days latqr,, Shp yas known to many ! this morning, and It was not necessary
havo been married for twenty-eight of the local people as a bright and to look twice to discern it. Observer
loveable child having freqently visiteu smiling terms It a killing frost tin.
hero with her parents who nave tne temperature dropping sufficiently low
At the Keith theatre tonight will be
presented a six part picture, "Pro
Patria." The leading part is taken by
Henri Kraus well known as Jean
Valjean in "Les Miserables." Thq ver
sion of this play by Sardou is or spec
sympathy of their many friends.
FOR THE INVESTOR WITH IDLE
We have a few good, safe first mod
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1 vnlnn not lr,nr nQ cmlomlifl nif. IMUO IlliUlS lit SU111S 111 !?". UU Will 1
turtaUon of a well known pfa'y by 'a ward;, netting 7 and 8 Interest
master author, but as a historical pro- ' We attend to I letiills, nuiKc out a
ductlon that may be Alio wn in connec- Iers, and collect Intcicst Mlthou
tion with tho study of history and the trouble to you
RRATT & GOODJLAX.
NO TOR CAR
When you ride in it you will realize that it has the,
responsiveness, comfort and power you want in a
It gets away instantaneously and skims the road
N silently and smoothly without motor vihration or
sideway at high speed. ,
The motor seems always, to have more and still
more power when occasion requires.
.There is no choking at low speed in high gear,
and there is an unusual freedom from gear shifting.
At full speed there is scarcely a tremor of the
to lorm ice. This killing frost Is
about a week later than customary.
I The bulk of the corn will not be In
jured. There will be soft corn a-
plenty, but this year such would prove
true nail the frost delayed Its ap
pearance ten days longer.
New Wale Corduroy Skirts t-
matcn your coats now shown at
Miss Florence Stamp entertained
the Travel and Study Club last eveij
ing. "The Domestic Problem" was the
subject for discussion. Enjoyabli
refreshments were served . Out of
town guests were Miss Lenoro Cum
mings of Chicago, nnd Mrs. R. A
Scott, of Sutherland.
Tho local church brotherhoods have
united in giving a lecture course during
tho winter months. The first number
will be the Southland Musical Artists
who will appear Friday evening at tho
Presbyterian church. Seven numbers
wilb he given and tickets are now on
.Money to loan on real estnie.
BR ATT & (J00D.MAN
Gail B. Lawson, of the C. K. Law
son Co., of Hastings, came a few days
ago to visit Chas. Edwards and take
advantage of the hunting hero.
Mrs. Fred Fredorickson loft th!i
morning for Knnaas City and other
eastern points to spend a couple -of
weeks with relatives.
Mrs. James Hart returned last ov.
ening from Chicago where she spent
a couplo of weeks with hor slstor.
Mrs. James Brady and children re
turned last evening from a two woqIcs
visit in tho Ozark mountains.
Foot Ball Friday
The Initial game of foot ball will
bo played on the local field Friday af
ternoon with Cozad as the opposing
team. This team defeated th'e Kear
ney Normalltcs in a fast game Sat
urday and It is predicted that the
local team will be called upon to do its
best. However, the North Platte
team is pronounced one of tho best
tho Kchool lias 'ever had. and It is
promised that they- will put up a strong
Even though you may not bo very
strongly interested in foot ball yoii
can well afford to attend in order to
encourage the local team and tluii
start the boys off with enthusiasm,
Tho ginger displayed by a team Is of
tn gauged by the attendance at tht
game and tho "rooting." Thorefore
attend and "root."
It matters not what kind of a waist
you j?re looking for, you aro sure to
find it at BLOCK'S.
The motor Is 30-35 horsepower
The price ol the Touring Car or Roadoter, complete,
le S78S (I. o. b. Detroit)
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Pure bred Duroc-Jersey spring bonn
your choice at $25.00 each.
CCtf EXPERIMENTAL ST .VTIOX.
For Sale -
Fine Lawn Manure. Ihiiuiro of Joe
Spies, Phone Black 161. 73-8
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Stolnhausen yesterday.
F. Hanlon left last evening for Oraa
ha to spend a week or ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson, of Sum
nor, visited with J. B. Hemphill this
Mrs. Steve Baldwin left this morn
Ing tor Omaha to spend a week or
.Tho Tillikum girls will meet in the
church basement tomorrow evening at
Mrs. Charles Calhoun will enter
tain the Jolly Matrons Club tomorrow
Tho Rebokahs will serve a 15 cent
lunch nt tho I. O. O. F. hall Friday
afternoon and evening.
Karl Hamilton and Nell Turple re
turned this morning from Omaha
where they visited last week.
11 nil I k ('(uiiliiiitii June some big bar
gains in ell) ifniperiy, farms and oilier
The members of the G. I. A. il
liold a fifteen cent lunch at tho K. P
hall Friday afternoon. Eeverybody
Judge French issued a marriage 11
censo yesterday afternoon to M's
Blanch Rupplo and Conrad Shane
both of Sutherland.
Miss Lola Jonbc, of Chicago, win
has ben visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas
Weir, will leave for Cheyenne the lat
tcr part of this week.
Coats and Drosses of any descrip
tion in an endless variety for tho
school girls as well as for tho llttlo
tots, from 08 cents up at BLOCK'S
Mrs. Dave Robeson, of Douglas,
Arizona, a former resident of this city,
left this morning nfter a pleasant vis
it with Mrs. Emma Pnlver and other
Mesdames Jesse Van Dyke, J. W.
Sheppard and Elmer Burke spent tho
lattor part of Inst week In HoVshej
with friends, having made tho trip by
Houses mid nice unfurnished rooms.
Bit ATT k (J00DMAN.
Judge Our Clothing
By Your Own Ideals
You want your clothes to look well and
wear well. You demand up-to-the-minute
style, distinctive character and graceful,
comfortable fit. You want substantial
value for your money in all these points.
are snappily stylish
perfectly fitting and
will, stand the hard
knocks and daily wear
in a wonderful way.
They are the standard
of men's clothing qual
ity, designed along ad
vanced lines and made
from the choicest
Size these clothes up
to see how they-meet
your own ideals of
what good clothes
ought to be. Get our
prices and then de
cide whether you want
Suits and Overcoats lo ea0r ?8"ns or
nor. oce rne new
HARCOURT & JENSEN
The Store where you feel at home.
Tho world-sorioa ball games be
tween tho Philadelphia Nationals and
th'e Boston Americans will start Fri?
day, and tho results will bo awaited
with great interest by fans in ovorj
city, town and hamlet in the country
Hem in North Plotto the Boston team
seems to bo tho fav.orlte. Many
small bets by local fans will bo made.
It is estimated that the re'eipts at
each Philadelphia game will bo $10,
000 and at eacli Boston gatno $80,000.
Tho grounds nt tho former place ac
commodate 20,000, at the latter placu
The Dlutnl Building & Loan Associa
tion Is prepared- to Issue a limited
amount of its Full Paid Stock. First
come ilrst served. This stock Is Is
sued In any iimouuf from $100.00 to
,lTi,llll().()0 and pays scitii-anniial dhi
deads nt rale of six per cent.
Hlutistics on Murder.
In his book, 'Pay Day,' page 109, C.
HnnfOrd Henderson tolls us on tho au
thority of Andrew D. White that, for
ovcry million inhabitants, Canada has
eacli year three murders; Germany,
under five; Great Britain, ten; France,
fourteen, and Belgium Bixteen . These
records aro distressing enough, but
thin full iuto Insignificance ber)ro our
own record. In tho United States of
America, Mr. White says, we havo 129
murders per million inhabitants every
year. In one single year over cloven
thousand men and women nnd childroii
are murdered. One murarrer lu soven-ty-flvo
pays tho death penalty, and for
the rest an averago imprisonment of
sovten years settles tho score. Henrys
B. Joy In Leslie's.
Tho aid society of the Christian
church will meet Thursday afternoon
In tho church basomcnt.
fas t n. -M.1 mi rvsi
(Sftmaitmao CnUad foo Rubbing Poai)
Only Oiler madj ."ifhout valves,
NEW IDEA' mm
To the cstato of Frederick N. 'Dick.
deceased owner of lots 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, nnd
0, Block 9, North Platto Town Lot Co's
Addition, North Plato, Nob.
Tho owners of property on the south
sldo of fith street, between Jefferson
and Grant Ave, aro hereby notified
that the Mayor and Council of tho city
of North Platte, Lincoln county, Ne
braska, passed and approved an ordi
nance on the 18th day of June, 1913,
ordering a sidewalk adjoining their
said .premises, to bo constructed as to
lino and grade, and of permanent ma
terial as provided in tho general or
dinance of said city, regulating tho
construction of sidewalks In said city.
Unless said walk Is constructed by
you along the north sldo of lots 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, and G, Block 9, owned by you, In
accordance with said ordinances, on
or beforo tho 9th day of November,
1916, tho samo will be constructed by
said city and the costs assessed upon
tho said lots owned by you adjoining
which tho samo shall bo constructed
C. P. TEMPLE, City Clerk.
To Richard L. Groves owner of lots
1. 2 and 3, Block 11, North Platte
Town Lot Co's Addition, North Platto.
Tho owners of proporty on tho
outh side of Otli street, between Jef-
l'i --son and Grant Ave, are hereby no-
1 1 lied that tho Mayor and Council of
tl city of North Platto, Lincoln
county Nebraska, passed and approved
an ordinance on the 18th day of June,
11)1 :i, ordering a sidewalk adjoining
tlu'ir said premises, to bo constructed
as to lino and grade, and of permanent
material, us provided in tho general
ordinances of said city, regulating tho
construction of sidewalks in said city
I'nlosB said walk is constructed by
you along the north sldo of said lots
owned by you, In accordance with said
ordinances, on or bol'oro tho 9th day
of November, 1915, the same will bo
constructed by said city and tho coBta
assessed upon the said lots owned by
you adjoinlug which tho same shall be
C. P. TEMPLE, City Clork.
W . J
c?pt filling. Umraniecd 5 Yean.
Uwcs Crude or liowe's Medicated
Oil. Simplest and most salisfac
t iry ol!, r on the market. Costu
XI to $12 Iran than others.
P.6&S3 Pens and Yards
ih tetany Dlnfeet'sd
fA Ar-nlk'-i the vr rn:in destrovinz
oil r;at oa b.a kclr, l;eil3
eui oi inaiir,'', scurvy ana
Atolhpr skl.i riiRpn-".rs. Promotes i
1. .11 l .. .I - 1 1 .
ti tuny m-.iii uuu a smuuui yiubiiy
coat of hair. Doeo away wit'i
H bothersome dips and sprays. Disinfects nen3 and yards. Wards off dl
h ease. Best and ch. apeat diseaFf! r revr ntativo and profit-maker you can finu
pgr sa& m
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NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Wo aro in a position to furnish competent nursei for physicians, on
Call Phono 82 and state whether you want yraduute or domestic nurse
and we will complete all the arrangements for you without choree.
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