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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., OCTOBER 29, L915.
CUT AND COUNTY NEWS.
Tho condition of Mrs. M. J. Neary,
who has been ill for some tlmo, hns
B. S. Davis have rc-
Conntv Judco French IbsucJ a mar
rlnco license Tuesday afternoon to Mr. .tintl Mrs,
Miss Mae Mason age 27, of Flats and turned from Rlverton, Iowa, where
Elmer Pelvin, ago 43 of Mayllower, tnv wero called by tho death of the
and later pprformed the cerqniony. I latter's brother last week.
Tho literary department" of tho 200 new Fal1 Conta to mako vour
Twentieth Centry cub will meet with selection from, at prices to defy all
Mrs. Jolin Dick, 1001 west Fifth ' competition, prices range from $1.03
street, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. L. to $40.00. BLOCK'S.
W. Toole will bo leader of the meeting, j joff Long, a former resident of the
Wool Scarfs, the crazo of the sea-'county, now living In Missouri, ar
son, In all shades from $1.25 up affl? yesterday for a visit with his
BLOCK'S. brother George, who lives northeast
1 of town.
Mrs. Lemuel Steel wll give a pre- , , . . , ...
nuptial bundle shower this evening , -The harvest of sugar beets which
for Miss Margaret Johnston, who will Is, now 1,1 progress in tho valley west
bo married to Albert 'Stearns on No-iof ov?n shows yields ranging from
vember 3rd. j eight to sixteen tons per acre. Tho
1 fields giving tho light yields were dam-
Harley Greeson, formerly of this aged either by hall or Hood.
Lr101 nfe0LIHf1!rtlnif,fn tw! MM- W. U. Mungor, of Omaha, who
S2rfnrSSnn,T nS Mw tn h been visiting her son Horton, was
ZlJjL , called home yesterday by a long dis-
universuy. tance tolbphone mossago stating that
The funeral services of Mrs. M. her resilience had been broken into
Burke wll be held at 412 west Fourth Wednesday night and many vnlu
street, Saturday at 1:30 p. m. Inter- ables taken.
mont wll bo at Fairview cemetery A prairie nre which was set out bv
south of Maxwell at 4:00 p. m. Autos a passing engine at 'OFallons Mon
will leave tho Bratt residence at 2:30 tiay burned about 200 tons of hay.
P ni. j Gco'rge Brownfleld was the henvi-
The Royal Neighbors' social club est loser, the fire destroying for him
waa very pleastintly entertained at about 130 tons. .Other "losers were
the home of Mrs. F. W. Donaldson, 408 tho North Platte Land and Water Co.
east Eleventh street . Tuesday after-1 and Carl Wlckstrom.
noon. Assisting Mrs. Donaldson wero Just Received! 75 new Fall Skirts In
Mesdames John Johnson and M. C. all wool Serges and Gabardines, in all
Rodgers. I tho wanted shades, all sizes, values
Use your eyes but do not abuse1 0 for Saturday only
. . TIM, .1 ltlnt nF V - ' "v-" -.
Nationals llcfcnt Americans
Seven hundred adults and a few
hundred small bors n.w the Nntlonnl
all stars defeat tho American all stars
ointhe local diamond yesterday altar
nocu by a score of five to four. "The
gamo was not a sonant! Mini one, hi!!
ft.ct it was somowlut listless for "nil
stare " It Is true there wcro several
double plays, MOino brilliant and fest
work by tho Infieldors, but such things
wo have seen pulled off by our own
and other western Nebraska teams.
Wo know, of course, that sensational
ball games are never prepared In
advance thnt s theso thrillers only
come aB n game progresses but be
cause theso players wero big leaguers
wo naturally expected more than wo
received; In other words we had hoped
for more than we hnd n right to ex
pect Then again you couldn't expect a
high salaried ball player to rush Into
a Hock of automobiles in attempting to
Held a ball and possibly Injure him
self, neither could you expect him to
do his best sprinting after a lly or
grounder over an outfield that was
full of holes and bumps "safety first"
vn3 tho consideration.
The opposii.ji pitchers wore Vaughn
of the Chicago Nationals and Ayers of
the Washington Americana and thq
men behind tne nnt wcro nenry or tne
Washington Americans and McCarthy
of tho Brooklyn Nationals. As viewed
from a long rango scat In a car, those
men seemed to porform well. Tho
short stop on each team puled off
some riulck attractive plays and there
were a few base runnnlng stunts that
The National scored onco in tho
First, the second, "third, sixth and
Tho fnnrtpm vonr nhi snn nf Frml ninth innings: the Americans romped
Simants, living north of tho river, was around tho diamond four times In the?
brought to town last evening to re- flrt and then ceased romping. Each
celve treatment for a gun shot wound team made ten hits and each two er-
in one of his feet. The boy was out rors' , ,
hunting and through on accidental dls- , Ttley and Gettman umpired, the
charge of tho gun one toe was shot former behind the bat, tho latter in tho
off. Dr. Wurtel6 went out to the SI- diamond.
mants ranch and brought tho boy to ,T1' Bate- receipts wore $G40. of
the City Hospital.- which the local association received
A Hallowe'en ghost party was hold twenty PorjconU
last evening at the James Dorram 'flio Yedmen Dancv.
homai About twenty-five neighbors Tho first annual ball of the Yeoman
and friends walked in on tho family drill team was held last evening at
dressed as ghosts and spent a very the Lloyd opera house. Beginning
happy evening. Tho party was given at eight o'clock tho drill team gave
in honor of Mrs. Dorram's sister, Mrs. an exhibition and wero inspected by
Swanger, and hernlece Mrs. Line- Wm. C. Stoll, first lieutenant of the
weaver, both of Iowa, who are Her u. s. army. In order to obtain tho
dimness, tired feeling, an ache In the
eyeballs or repeated headaches, ho
warned, it is nature's call for help.
C. S. CLINTON, Registered Optomet
rist. Look for the sign with the big
One frown a day when she Is in her
teens will wrinkle a glrl'3 forehead
like a crone's by the time she is twen
ty. Physical defects cause more
frowns than ill temper. Especially
is this true of eye defects. C. S. Clin
tcjn, ReghMred Optometrist. Look
for the sign with tho big ring.
Wo carry a complete line of matern
ity drej30S, Skirts "and CorsetB at
popular prices. BLOCK'S.
n . .! Ht TU Tr Unnnlonil
will entertain the Odd Fellows and Su--8lB- -'vu hyu wu oner 01 twenty:iive dollars per month
Rebekaha this Friday evening at a P1"1 arid Pr,zes awardc to Mrs. from tho Dos Moines Homestead it
SaUowe'en iS'sr&u John Daf fnd M J' .McDonnM. was necessary to be 90 per cent and
have been issued except notices in the The pictures of the Lincoln High- after the Inspection the local team
papers All Odd Felows, their wives wdv'fakerf by the Osterman party, was found to be 9G per cent and are
and best girls and all Re'bekahs their will bo shown In North Platto within entitled to the benefit. The Stamp
husbands arid';. besT fellows' are rei the 1 next mpnth. jn .all 23,000 feet,o soven niece orchestra furnished mti-
quested to aferidt There wll be a mus- film woreStaken. This wascut,dpwn sic for the concert anddancing and
Hallowe'en' entertainment aiid mus- t0 10,000 feet and will be condensed to the floor was crowded with dancers
imi lirncrani 10,000. The pictures to bo Been here until the last waltz. Over one hun-
1 - will be 10,000 feet. Scenes of Interest dred and fifty tickets were sold at the
Nick Damas, a Greek who was ar- wlll 1)e 8i10Wa at every point along the window and the gallery wa3 filled with
rested at Sarben about a month ago r0ft(l from Now York to San Fran- spoctntfoTV Under tho supervision
while employed , as a section hand on cisc0i In tUe series will be includedOf L. L. Borthe, Mesdames. Kerr, Tiloy,
tno iNortn uiver urancn ami wkuu iu 3eVeral hundred feet of film of North Binning and Bertlie tho hall was prct
Walsemburg, Colorado, to answer tho jpiatte scenes and views of this im- tlly decorated in colors of red and
charge of murder, was convicted last mediate section. white, gold letters and sprays of as-
week of murder in the first degree. ainnf. - vu suit nmi iinriimt on paragus fern. Tho stace was banked
Damas and others shot and killed a ccnt off from tlic regular plain w,th potted plants and Hower boxes,
paymaster who was carrying $8,000 -,,,.11 iow price, and the suit is anrt lloro refreshments were served.
iu piy uu anu wuincia. xu rnu.u.- rg a(. a savng ,of from ?4.00 tO VI , ,...
ers. however wero frightened away imnn m nmra nr n heroes Mne hunper
before they secured the money. , .1. . 'v " " The supper served by Steward
' , , ' ' wo -ro Iul'y, e.iu,PpeH Tul l Smith and !iio nblo aisistants last
Hiecoues unuurweur 111 uu atyius, newest anU most SCienilllC insirumcnrs nvnn nir nf tli.i P.llfj' Imiiio tr. Mv
high and low neck, short sleeves or and trial lenses known to Optical Sci- or moro partlcipan's in tho billiard
sleeveless, from 08c up at BLOCK'S. ence. Wo are prepared to give your tournament was a dandy as good if
Miss Iren Stuart left Tuesday even- .ves a thorough test and render a not tlie best Mr. Smith hag so far sot
ing for Denver where she was mar- sausiactory uiagnosis 01 your forth. Tho supper was served at 7:30
ried the following day to Mr. Jasper without subjecting you to the slight- ami by that tlmo appetites had been
Mahaffey of Omaha who is employed est annoyance or Injury in doing so. shotted keen and the boys "fell to"
as brakeman between Omaha and We nro qualified by experience and with much enthusfnsm and enjoy-
Kansas City. After a honeymoon in Wth tho scenttflb and practical ment Tho QUality of the pumpkins
Denver they will take up their resl- knowledge of Optometry to render you pio KOrved will long Do remembered.
ilnnne n Omaha Mrs Mahaffev is tho the be3t service possible, while our
eldest lUrSj.j'T. charges will ''Ot fom.d reasonab le In X()tIco (o Wn(cr (,)Ilsmm,rs
Stuart and has been prominent jn ovory Instance. HA RIU DIXON, Reg- ..Saturday morning, October 30th,
club and church work for several uihuhibuioi, ih.pi, w. me water win no snut on irom an tnnt
years. Best wishes are extended.
Swift Premium Skinned Ham? 10 to 14 lbs size
Granulate Sugar (beet) 18 lbs for
, Only $1.00 wortli to austqmer.
Pearl White Laundry Soap, 8 bar's for. 25 C
Santa Claus Soap 8 bars for ... ;. 25c
Lenox Soap 8 bars for .N. 25 C
Kingsfords.Gorn Starch 2 pkgs j ...... 15c
Silver Gloss Starch 2 pkgs . . . , . I5c
Wilcox Department Store.
portion of the city we3t of Maple
street from about 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
so the hydrant at Fourth and Maple
can bo repaired.
HERSHEY S. WELCH,
Money in Loun
On Improved farm lands from three
to fivo years at 8 per cent. No com
mission. AddrcsR 44 Tribune office,
North Platte Acb. 81f2
Mrs. Swarthout, of Plattsmoulh, is
tho guest of her sister Mrs. R. D.
Thompson this week.
Mrs. Robt. Artlcy of Maywood, for
merly of this city, Is visiting friends
In town this week.
Mrs. W. S. Dolson and daughter
Florence left last ovonlng for a short
visit In Grand Island.
Mike McFadden and Simm Brogan,
of Paxton, spent a few days horo this
weok while enrouto home from mar
keting cattlo In Omaha.
Miss Gladys .Foster, who is attend
ecial Suit Sale,
FOR TEN DAYS ONLY
;Cosmences Tomorrow, Saturday, October 30
We are not going ta wait until the
season is over when you have no use
for a suit. Right now, in the heart of
the season, you can buy your Suit at
ONE-FIFTH OFF Regular price. We
have about 100 new Fall Suits in
stock made of wool Poplins, Gabar
dines, Broadcloths and Serges, Fur
and Braid Trimmed, in all the want
ed shades, and in the season's latest
styles, all go on sale at
,th Off Regular Price
THAT MEANS TOMORROW YOU CAN BUY A
$30.00 New Fall Suit for
$25.00 New Fall Suit for
"$2tfi00 New Fall Suit for
$15.00 New Fall Suit for
200 New Fall coats, in Fancy ann Plain Plushes, Baby Lamb, Corduroys, Zibelines,
Fancy Mixtures, Plaids and Plain Cloth Coats, in the very (I A QO ift (I A A Ah
latest models, prices range from tjpswO W ePxU.ylr
SKIRT SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY
75 New Fall Skirts in all wool Serges and, Gabardines, regular $4!50 values,
Special for Saturday only
Ladies' Outfitting Store, Worth Platte, Neb.
Tho CHy Schools.
! How Dr. WilMnii Was Rewarded Man Burned In l'rulrlo Fire
The Lincoln buldng has Just hud ur. Wilson, for thirty years a res- From tho Sutherland Freo Lance it
mado a sand table lined with galva- jacnt of Curtis, enmo over with oth- Is learned thnt a prnrlo fire swept over
nlzed trpn and csuipped with castors ors yesterday to witness tho ball a largo scope of country forty miles
so It can bo taken from room ,to room. 1 Etime. Thoro was a tlmo when Dr. northwest of Sutherland Sunday, and
Wet sand Is used In making models of Wilson wnB the only physician in that an oighteen your old son of John
geographic forms, in Illustrating stor-! frontier cpunty. The porlol of dry Eggcrt perished. This young man was
ies' in History, Reading and Language yftrs cum0, the homesteaders and kicked by n horse while attempting to
and modeling In Nature and Numbers. their families wore afflicted with sick- saddle tho animal, and so badly stun-
The city teacliors mot in tho main , noHB( i,ut, they had absolutely not a ned thnt ho could not get out of tho
room of tho public library Inst Friday cent to ray tor the anvlccB of it pli"- way of tho'llro which swopt; over hlrn
nfternoon and spent an hour with j ofcinn or for tho needed medicines, a low minutes later. Tho horso was
uiu uuranuii in iubuubuuik ways uim,rjr. Wilson attended tnem until tus also burned.
means for co-operating with tho II
brary In getting better reading In tho
Tho Jefferson school has Just been
provided with n set of tho Wonder
World In 10 volumes. This 1b a set of
books for young peoplo which has
provon very popular and gives that
building a library to be used llko the
Romance of History Is used In other
financial resourcos wore about ex- Tho barn on tho John Guthardt
haustcd. Ho then decided to leave placo was burned, tho house nnd barn
tho county, which determination on tho Thuno ranch and forty 3tacks
caused widespread fear. How was of hay on tho P. and S. ranch and al
slckness and disease to bo combattcd so somo buildings on tho Colo
wlthout a physician In tho cdhnty. man plnco. The atrip burned over
They Implored tho Doctor to remain, was several miles wide nnd about
but ho told them that ho, llko they, fifty miles long. Thoro was a galo
faced starvation. Then tho county , blowing at the tlmo r.nd tho flro trav
commlssloncrs took up tho matter, cled very rapidly.
They oaercu to pay Dr. wuson ins
(ni Mm K"f!imiv Wnrmnl rnmi tin Inat
evening to spend tho week end with 1 ventilator in bucJi a way as to keep
her aunt, Mrs. Fred Payno.
The high Bchool reforenco library ,icn,ni travellnir oxnonsos and tho uc
lias JtiHt received a sot or Nelson's tual cost of tho medicine ho used If
Loose Leaf Encyclopedia in 12 vol- )l0 remained. To this ho consented,
umes. Tho publishers send from 500 IUi for sovoral' years tho Doctor
to 1000 pages of now matter each year answored calls night and day without
and these pages are Inserted In tho ,0j,0 or financial recompense. But
proper placo and so tho encyclopedia flimy tho Doctor was rowarded tho
is always up to date. A mechanical p0oplo of that representative district
dovico allows tho binding to bo opened elected him to tho legislature, and
and closed nt wlll. whllo at Lincoln spent moro money
Tho basement rooms at tho Wash- than ho received In salary. But It
ington school are on tho north side wag tt greut honor, for ho was tho only
of tho buidlng and aro harder to keep democrat evor elected from that dls
wann thnn If thoy wore on the south trlct. Thus was exemplified tho tru-
sidc. Recently a gas radiator was In- jam vlrtuo lias Its reward.
stalled In ono of theso rooms and tho , -
gas humor was connected with tho
J. W. Hlles was awarded $433.10
damages against tho Union Pacific
railroad In tho Dawson county dis
trict court ut Lexington last Satur
day. Tho suit was brought to recover
damages for tho destruction f an
automobile at tho depot crossing in
Brady somo two years ago. Tho auto
ongino went dead whllo Mr. HUos' car
was on tho track and (ast train No. 8
approaching, ho bnrely escaped with
his life. It is said that the railroad
company offered to sottlo at ono tlmo
for $000.00. Brady Vindlcntor.
F. J. Doran left last evening for
Alliance and Crawford and other
towns of westorn Nebraska to spend
a week on K. of C. business.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Redflold aro en-
Joying a visit from tho lattor's moth
er, Mrs. Harris, who camo from Lin
coln last evening to spend a fortnight.
Following Is tho menu which will
be served In tho Christian church base
ment Monday, Novomber 1st: Fried
chicken, hot biscuits, mashed pota
toes and gravy, sweet potatoes, cab
bagc salad, rice pudding, coffeo. Price
Several chnnges have been mado In
tho American Express office. Among
them Is tho transfer of Will Schott
from night transfer clerk to money
clerk nt Sauna, Kansas, Walter Sam
uolson of tho branch takes tho night
work, and Georgo Shaffer will leave
for tho branch; Edward Thompson
takes charge of the deliveries,
any of tho odor or fumes from being
in tho room at any tlmo. This radiator!
is on tho lloor and wlll help In equal-1
izlng the temperaturo and in giving
mo'fo Heat on cold days.
This week several teacliors of the
Washington school havo taken tho pu
pils of their rooms to tho City library
at different times and explained the
uso of the library so that moro of
tho pupils would tako the books and
Job Mornn returned to Cozad last
eypnlng aftor a short visit with IiIh
aunt, Mrs. John Elilng.
Mrs. Stovo Baldwin returned yes
terdav afternoon from an extended
visit with her son Dr. Frank Baldwin
of Dos Moines.
The Degrco of Honor will hold a
social at tho K P. hall Monday ovon
lng to which tho A. O. U. W. and their
families aro invited. A program o
music and readings wlll be given and
rf 10 cent lunch served,
It Is An Important Question
(his business of Fire Insurance, nnd
is is of most Iniporinuco to (ho family
iniin who owns Ills own property. Fire
Is such a treacherous visitor that ono
never knows when It Is liable to pay
us it visll. Uettcr bo prepared for it
nt ull limes and tho best way to do
(his Is (o let mo write you a policy in
u good reliable Company. The cost is
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE
ROOMS 12Ssa, I.O.O.F. BUILDING,
NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA.
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