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NORTH PLATTE, NEB.,. SEPTEMBER 19, 1916.
ENROLLMENTS FIRST WEEK
IN 'THE CITr SCHOOLS
Enrollments in 'the City schools at
tho close, or the first week of school:
Senior High school... 130
Junior High school 220
Jefferson school 240
Washington school 320
Lincoln school ...225
Baker school 20
This is about 70 less than at the same
time last year anil can. be accounted
for by the opening of tho Seventh Day
Advent school and the Catholic Pa
rochial school. "
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$23.00 In Cash Offered.
The Lincoln County Fair Association
offers this amount for tho best buck
ing horse pr mule brought to tho fair
for Thursday's bucking contest. Only
one entry can be made by each person.
$30.00 In addition is offered for tho
best three rldors. Contest open to the
world. No entranco fees. Entries
close September 27, 10 a. in.
W. D. FISHER, Secretary.
Decorate for Fair "Week.
The management of the county fair
suggests that all business houses dec
orate their windows with agricultur
al products next week or during the
county fair days.. This decorating can
be arranged so as not to interfere with
the regular display of merchandise.
You can not enter your exhibits, cat
lie, horses, etc., after 12 o'clock Wed
nesday, September 27th, for tho fair.
You nust have' everything on tho
grounds by that time or before.
W. D. FISHER, Secretary.
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The Blanket Sale conducted by the
Tramp Department Store has closed
Solve tho Franklin Rebus and get
the prize. CLINTON,, the Jewelor,
EVENTS ES' SOCIETY
-Mrs. Jamoa Dorram will oritertaln
the J. F. F. club this nftcrnoon.
Tho Lady Forresters will be guests
of Mrs. John Kelllhor at Maxwell
A narty of fifteen young men have
organized a club for the winter months
and rented va - house on Third and
Tho ladlos auxiliary of the Baptist
church will meet in tho church base
ment Thursday afternoon at 3 p. m.
As It is "Homo Coming Day" every
member of the auxiliary is urged to
be presont. x
The members of hio Tfipiscopal choir
wfirn nloasantlv entertained by Her
shey Wolch Thursday evening at a
coon hunt. Those displaying tho most
ability in tho hunt wero Glonn Mann
and Earl Stamp.
.The social dance hold at tho Yeoman
hall Inst evening by the Catholic Girls
club was a mos successful and en
Jcyable one. Tho floor was comfort
ably filled with dancers and tho Stamp
orchestra rendered a program of pop
ttlar music. The sale ,of tlckots was
Tho domestic science department of
the Twentieth Century club held a pic
nlc at the hojno of Mrs. A. E. Gar
llchs yesterday, beginning at three
o'clock, for the husbands and nt
members of tho club. A short program
was given and Dr. J. S. Slmms deliv
ered an address on "Bettor Babies" lif
ter which some time was spent In, dls
cusslon. AOseven o'clock a cafeteria
dinner was served. Assisting in serv
Ing- were Mesdames Cottorell, Roddy,
Blalock and Misses Stuart and Tanna-
hill. Now members, were Mesdames
W. D. Fisher, C. F. Adams, O. H. Thoel
ecko and George Frater. Asters wero
used In decorating the-rcoms and table
John Mang has gone to Omaha to
take medical treatment.
Why not ask yourself?
"When will the next premium oh my Insurance Pol
icy be due? What will it amount to? Can I meet this
expense easily, without using money I will need for
These are questions that every mah who
carries life insurance be he old or young,
wealthy or only in moderate circumstances , y
should ask himself right away.
Most men no matter what the feize ot 'their annual
incomes find it hard to meet the expense of the yearly
insurance premium. And WHY? Simply because these
payments come due when least expected, and more often
than not no preparation for paying them has been made.
The solution to this financial problem is to
plan ahead, and thus be certain of having the
money when needed. This can be done by
"THRIFT' INSURANCE PAYING PLANS.
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LOCAL AM) PEItSOJUL
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. Scott and family
pent Sunday with relatives In Suth
Miss Alice Fltzpatrlck has accepted
a position as saleslady In the Blcck
Ladles' Outfitting Store.
A baby girl was born Saturday to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulk who reside
on south Walnut streot,
Mr and Mrs. W. II. Itlchards, of
Odessa, came Sunday to visit their son
W. L. Richards for sovoral days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnston, of west
Third street, aro making arrangements
to move to Denver In tho near future
Judge Orlmos and Mrs. Grimes went
to Kimball Sunday ovenlng whore the
former will hold court this week.
Horaco Barraclough, of Los Angolos,
who lui3 been visiting the homo folks
for several weeks will leave this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, of tho Fourth
ward, are rejoicing over the arrival
of a baby girl at their homo Sunday
Miss Hannah Kollhor, of Omaha, has
been vlHltlug friends In t$wn for sev
eral days, having arrived Thursday
Lo3t Gold brooch, Bet with dia
monds, near U. P. dopot or at experi
mental farm. Leave at this office and
receive reward. 71-1
Mesdames J. J. Halllgan nnd T. C.
Patterson will leave" this week for
Columbus 'to attend a meeting of the
There wtll bo a called communica
tion of Platto Valloy Lodgo No. 32, A.
F. and A. M.)' Tuesday evening, Sept.
19th. C. C. WILLIAMS, Mastor.
' Illustration reduced actual sue Card folds and iticld in small envelope to carry in pocket.
THERE ARE SIXTEEN OF THESE PLANS
The above card shows one 'Thrift" Plan for accumu
lating various amounts within different weekly periods.
There are other 'Thrift" Plans to provide for ANY pre
mium payment, no matter how large, or when it may
next be due.
THERE IS A PLAN TO SUIT YOU
CALL AT THE BANK AND ASK US
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ft iy SAVINGS CUUBS fjj
New Suits for Fall
Our first collection of suits exceeds by far, in
distinctness and "newness" any suits ever
. oflerad this early hi the season. The straight
waist effects of 1840 predominate in coats
, and rather full skirts are quite the vogue.
These exclusive models are offered at much
less than they will sell for later. Prices
$20.00 to $35.00
Wilcox Department Store
Loren Hastings and Ralph Comes
spon't Sunday In Koarnoy with friends.
Wantedf-To trade a Chalmers alx
for a house In town. Phono 91.
Miss Theo Schwnlgor loft Sunday
morning for Kearney to visit rolatlves
For quick notion nnd snllsl'uctorj
isnles, list your land with Thoelccko. tf
Tho city council will meet In regular
session this evening.
The Lutheran girls will meet Frtqay
Olga Petrova, the great emotional night with Mrs. Harry Moore.
actross will bo at the Crystal tonight
In tho five part feature "Tho Vam
pire." 10 and 16c.
John G Lovl,.of Alliance, has been
visiting In town for several days past.
Tho ladles' aid of the Christian
church will meet Thursday afternoon
la the church, basement." Every mem
ber Is asked to be' present.
Mr. and Mrs. Edlward Drain, of Pitts
burg, Pa., who had been visiting At
torney and Mrs. Walter Hoagland-fcr
two weeks, left Saturday evening.
For Sale Or will trade for stock,
double seated carriage, good as nd".
Enqulro of Mrs
Mrs, Bridget Moranwho has been 111
for several weeks, contlnuos to Improve.
Fdr'Sa'lo Medium ..Size hard coal
burnor, 414 east Eleventh street, phono
J. W. Adams, train master at Sid
ney, is spending a fev days here on
Demonstration this week
West Electric Hair Curlers
Stop in today and lot a competent demonstrator
show you this new hair waiver.
It produces an,exqulsite wave In a few minutes, with
out the aid of heat. .magttmtmtuuimmijyttMk'
Made of a single, piece of electrified steel, with round
edges, so it cannot possibly injure the hair.
Easy to use and will last a lifetime.
Card of 5 curlers 2fti' Card of 2 curlern 10?
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE.
Miss Helen McNeol will succeed Miss
Anna F. Hansen, Lucy McMichael as office girl in, tho
71-2 oftlco of Dr G Dont-
The Methodist Aid -Society will meet "n' Murray, ot wncoin, wno was
with Mrs. Fred Rector, 415 east Third Hed bore last week by tho death of
street, Thursday afternoon. All mem
bors aro urged to be present as there
will bo an election ot officers.
0. E. Weil writes Tho Tribune that
ho and Mrs. Weil had a very pleasant
his mother, will leavo today,
Miss Alice Mathofvson returned tho
latter part of last week from a visit
in tho eastern part of tho state.
Tho Tillikum Girls' club hcjd a sue
trip from North Platte to. Los Angeles cossful sale of ilowers at tho Howo
and the new unaimejs car run une; no & Malonoy store Saturday auornoon
engine trouble and only one puncture
on the trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. White, of Suther
land, wero In town yesterday trans-
Freight traffic 'on the Union Pacific acting business nnd vWtlng with
is now such that overy regulnr engl- friends.
Mris. P. J. Gllmnn and Miss AnnTd
neors is, as one expressed it, "run-
mi.B uuub u ..,. au Kraniph loft this morning for Oma
extra man is going over tho road about , ., ..,.
as often as ho desires.
A business meeting of the Lady For-
ha, where they will visit for soveral
Tho Van Doran orchestra returned
resters was held yesterday afternoon at Sumay oyonng ff0m Maywo0(1 wher0
IHB nuiuu ui alio, iijuu vuurw auu ui-
rangements wero completed for tho
picnic which thoy will hold at Max-
woll Sunday. .
they furnished music during tho dis
Can .you solve 'tho Franklin Rebus?
A sot of, Storllng SIlvor Spopnsor tho
first' correct answer. CLINTON, tho
C. R. Matson, who six years ago was
stationed in this olty aB manager for
the Lincoln Land Co., has been spend
ing this week in town. Ho has boon
engaged by tho republican Btato com
mltteo to do campaign work for tho
noxt soveral weeks, and wjll make
speochos in a numbor of western No
A little paragraph writton by Jano
Adams prompted Stella-. Horron to
write a story for Colltor's Weekly and
this story was tho basis ot a scenario
and a photoplay by Lois Wobor. Tho
photoplay "Shoes" wll bo shown
at tho Crystal Theatro Thursday night;
Tho story Is of a girl who was forced
to go ou,t to work wljen very young be
causo ho'r father was too lazy 'to work,
In fact was too shiftless to even look
for work. Tho lesson pointed out In
tho story 1s ono that parents and girls
alike may well profit by.
CIO iicreti grazing and farm ' land.
Want city property fir Hinull farm. . .
71tf 0. If. TIIOELKCKE.
Tlio Ocloliur number ot tlio tofopkono
directory laUeiiB.rlUli!d.4hls. week .,,
by Tho Trlbuno and will bo ready for
distribution noxt wek. Tho net gain
in tho numbor of 'nhohoa in the. book
bvor tho last directory exceeds fifty,'
whllo tho number of changes In phono
numbers nnd stroot addrossos is nearly
IV SEEKING IXSDItANCE
I'Jre, Life, Accident, or other good
Insurm-co nt lowest rates, bco us.
IWtATT, GOOIIMAN & HUCKLE1T.
road and will reach hero In-1 a day or
Mrs. Margaret Post, who has boen
In n .rttlnnl .nnilltlnn nf 4tiA PIK Tlnu.
Concrete work on tho streets which ... nnvnpnl wonIfr, ,a vnrv
l "vv.., ... ,
was suupeuueu on utcuum ui imnrovod
cement, will bo resumed today, tlwo
cars of cement arriving last evening. Mrs. Frank Sullivan, who has neon
Thero wero 2100 sacks in these two 111' for somo tlmo, was taken to tho
cars, or about enough to concrote two City hospital for an operation this
blocks. Eight moro cars aro on the morning.
Mrs. Edward Sullivan, of Council
Bluffs, formerly of this city visited
hero last week and loft Saturday af
Tho Prcsbytorlan aid society will
meet Thursday In tho church base
mont entertained by Mesdames Hast
ings, Barron and Walkor. .
Mrs. Guy Lalng, ci"FrSsno, Calif,
arrived hero Sunday evening to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whclan whllo
enrouto homo from Waddlngton, N. Y,
Lumber for tho Waltemath Lumber
& Coal Co, is -beginning to arrive and
iho erection of tho necessary bulld
IngB and sheds will follow. Delivery
wagons woro received yestorday and
the first team purchased of Barney
The County Central Commlttoo has
engaged tho Munclpal band to glvo a
concort prior to tho address' by Judge
Sutt:n, republican candldato for gov
ernor, next Thursday ovenlng at tho
court houao park. It the weather is!
unfavorable tho mooting will bo hold
Wednesday, Sept. 20.
With 6 part Metro. "THE
Main Floor 10c and 20c.
Balconcy 10c- and 15c.'
Card of Thanks
Wo wish to extdnd our heartfelt
thnnkB to the kind frlonds and neigh
bors, for thoir many acts of kindness,
and beautiful iloral offerings sont us
during our rocont bereavement.
MR. nnd MRS. ANDREW ANDERSON,
One Halt Block North ot pMtofiice:
A modern' institution for thi
ciantlfic treatment of medical,
surgieal and confinement caaea.
Completely equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Deal, M.D, V. Ucas, M. D.
J. B. MMi, M. D. J. S. Siaims, M.D
Miss M. Sieman, Supt.
(22nd Continuous Year)
Sept. 26th to Oct. 7th, 1916
In Connection with the Celebration of Nebraska's
50th Anniversary of Statehood.
Teacher of Singing
Studio 122 West Front Street, in the court houao.
INDUSTRIAL I'AKADE, v.
October 3rd p. m.
Odtobor 5th, p.m.
Odtpbor Cth, night
(JltAM) MASK HALL,
jOctoher 7th, night
NEW JU1HLEE GROUNDS
Wortham's Combined ShcfwB.
Auto Looping tho Loop, and
many other oxcltiug attrac
Weok of Wonderful Window
Disnluys. beelnnlncr Sent. 2n.Hi
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National SwinQ Exhibit, week bo-
ginning Oct. 2d, at Union
Information Bureau for Ho'tel Accommodations,
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