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NORTH' PLATTE, NEB.
OCTOBBER 24, 1916.
WANTS T)00 DAMAGES
FOR DEATH OP BABBITS
Jttmcs A. Ward has filed suit In the
county court against Walter V. Hoag
land and Moso McFarland for $503.00
damago caused by dogs, which it is
charged belonged to the defendants
and were allowod to run at largo.
These dogs, it is alleged, broko Into the
yard of tho plaintiff at 502 west Front
street September 21st, and killed sev-ority-olght
Belgian hares which wore
enclosed in a section of the grounds
surrounded with wlro netting. Tho
plaintiff says tho damago to the fence,
cages and other property was $15 and
tho hares killed were worth $253. Mr.
Ward claims that ho had been In tho
pet stock business for some time and
had collected stock of tho first class
and established a roputatton for such,
and that tho business is now ruined
and destroyed and tho stock cannot
bo Teplnced for several years. In ad
dition to tho claim for damages to the
cages and tho death of of tho animals
Mr. Ward asks for $235 damage for
the ruination of the reputation ho .had
mado in this work.
Now Rooming IIouso
I havo Just 6ponea up tho rooming
houso at 309 east 6tli street. Tho house
is all. modern and nowly furnished. I
have had oxporlenco in the rooming
house business and nm prepared to
sivo my patrons good service. I will
rent rooms with kitchen privileges.
81-3 MISS DORA GLENN.
A Keystono Lovo Riot at the Keith
Thursday night by Charles Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crook have re
turned from Omaha where they spent
Mrs. Leslie Basklns attended the
foot ball gamo in Cozad yesterday af
Miss Elaine Bundy spent Saturday
and Sunday visiting nor slstor Mrs
Dee Raney in Wallace.
J. W. Plolstlcker, of Dickens, was
Tiero Saturday enroute to Fonda, la.,
to attend the Farrell-Plelstlcker wed
Mrs. .James Brady and daughter
roturned the latter part of last week
from Omaha, where they visited for
For Rent House in good condition,
modern except heat, with gas range In
."kitchen. Walker Kocken, 118 east
Mary C. "Robinson . and Cecil R.
Buckallen, of Wellfleet, were married
in this city yesterday morning by
Jounty Judge French.
SOFT water shampoo, electric scalp
treatments, massage and latest hair
xlres3. Coatos' Beauty Parlors, 505
Dewey. Phone Bed 655. 81-4
Headquarters for Window glass.
STONE DRUG COMPANY.
Mrs. William Towers, of Maxwell,
was brought to this city for a surgical
operation, but her condition was such
that an operation was not warranted
and sho passed aaway Saturday night.
The annual Hallowe'en social gtven
by the ladles' auxiliary of tho B. of L.
F. and E. 'will bo held at K. P. hall
Friday evening, October 27. A1 fire
men and their ladles are cordially
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
TWO 31 EN KILLED IN WRECK I
AT 11USHNELL LAST NIGHT
A good girl for general housoworlc,
nnnly 421 west Fourth street. Mrs.
B. It. Gooilnmi).
Louis Potorson -v,ent to Sidney yes
terday to visit his son for a fow days.
Mrs. John H. Day has returned
from a visit with relatives at Arapa
Rev. C. B. Harman roturned Monday
ovenlng from Omaha where ho spent a
Miss Abblo Foster has accepted a
position as saleslady in tho O'Connor
Paul Nolan spent tho past three days
visiting In Sidney and other towns In
Dr. J. 1$ Elms, of Lincoln, former
ly of this city, Is spending a fow days
in town "with menus.
Mrs. J. H. Stono and children re
turned last evening from Omaha whero
they visited rolatives.
Mrs. Stottard, of Philadelphia, ar
rlvd last ovenlng to visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Carl McGrow.
J. E. Koons returned a fow days ago
from a three weoks' visit In Casper,
wyo and othr westorn points.
Miss Hildegardo Clinton camo homo
last evonlng from an extended visit
with friends in Lincoln and Omaha.
Ell Hansen returned to Sidney Sun
day evening after visiting his mother
and other relatives for several days.
Tho Altruist blblo class will meet
Thursday afternoon at tho homo of
Mrs. Caldwell, 714 west Fifth street.
Tho Lutheran aid society will hold
Its annual chicken and waffle supper
nt tho Masonic hall on Wednesday ev
ening, November 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Murphy, who
spent tho past month with rolatives
in cities of Iowa and Illinois, returned
homo last evening.
Tho music and art department of
the Twentieth Century club will meet
this evening with Mrs. J. H. Hegarty,
321 west Third street.
Tho Tlllikum Girjs aro making elab
orate arrangements f6r a Hallowe'en
party to bo given in tho church base
ment next Monday evening.
Don't take a chance of losing money
by shipping Furs and. Hides; wo buy
for highest cash price.
81tf ECHELBERY, GOO Locust.
Mrs. Horace Barraclough and two
children - returned to their home In
Los .Angeles this morning after visit
ing hero for a couple of months.
Frank C. Plelstlcker loft Saturday
ovenlng for Fonda, Iowa, where he will
be married this morning to Miss Anna
Farrell, who taught In the local schools
Tho Swedish Lutheran Svoa society
will meet Friday afternoon, October
27, at 3 o'clock at tho farm homo of
C. J. Landholm, 3 miles west of
Never before has there been such an
interesting variety of modes from
which to chooso becoming hats and
no whero can this variety bo seen to
hotter advantago than In tho millnery
department at Block's. A'wsplondld as-
sortment may be found at very rea
sonable prices. 80-2
Money to loan on real estate cither
straight loan or out of our Building &
Loan Association, pay buck same ns
rent. Plenty or money on nnnu. no
delay If title is clear see
BRATT. GOODMAN & BUCKLEY.
Two men woro klllod, sovcral In
jured, fourteon cars of company cdal
wrecked, and four cars on passongor
train No. 7 derailed at Bushnell last
night shortly after nlno o'clock. Par
ticulars aro Inciting, but It Is under
stood that a west-bound freight had
pulled Into tho passing trnck, tho on
glno detached and run out on tho cast
bound track to tho crano to tako wa
ter. Whllo standing there an eastbound
double-header freight crashed Into tho
standing onglno, wrecking fourteen
cars of coal, and derailing the en
gines, Just at that tlmo train No. 7
camo up at ft. fifty milo gait, and with
no time to ling and loss tlmo for the
engineer to stop, crashed into the
Fireman Crawford on train No. 7
was killed, ns was also Brakeman
Mooro of tho cast bound freight. An
other employe was sorlously Injured
and ono or two others moro or less
North Tlntto Defeat's Cozad 13 to 0.
Intho game of foot ball at Cozad
which had been postponed from Fri
day until ystordny on account of wot
grounds, North Platte won by a scorq
of thirteen to nothing. Tho local
team showed up stronger than In tho
gamo with tho Curtis Aggies and
tholr general playing was superior to
that of tho Cozad boys. Tho latter,
however, put up a gamo that forced tho
North Platto team to do Its best at nil
Mrs. M cKay will bo nt tho basement
of tho library from 2 to C Saturday af
ternoon, October 28th, and each Tues
day and Saturday afternoon thercrf
tor to receive and distribute clothing
for the Associated Charities. Owing
to a lack of funds It will not bo pos
sible to maintain this work but a few
weoks and those having clothing
which they wish to glvo aro requested
to send It to the library basement as
soon as possible.
Another Snow Storm.
Snow began falling about twolvo
o'clock last night and continues at the
hour of going to press. The snow is
very wet and with a rather high tem
perature much of it molted as it fell,
Whllo that on tho ground, over two
Inches, Is slushy.
Tho snow Is not tho boot for pav
ing operations and political meetings,
but great for fall wheat, which badly
needed molsturo. - '
Ford Sedan and Couplet.
Glvo us your order at once for oithor
of these carB that make wlntor driv
ing a pleasure, and in tho spring and
summer Just as pleasant Ford Sedan
$645, Couplet $505, Touring $3G0, Run
about $345, f. o. b. Dotroit
HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO.,
Corner Fourth and Dowey.
Mis Alma Waltemath, who has been
visiting In Baltimore and other east
ern cities for seven months past, is
epected to return this week.
Sorvlco,' Quality, and tho Nyal Drug
store aro pals. They go hand In hand
Mrs. Ray Snyder and Mrs. Georgo
LoDloyt will entortln tho Entro Nous
club and their husbands at a Hal
lowo'en party Saturday evening, Oc
tober 28 th, at tho homo of tho former.
Q J I
Good Jersey Mich Cow or will ex
change for a good young mare.
DHATT, GOODMAN & BUCKLEY.
'See the latest models of the coat
that created the biggest sensation
in the annals of overcoat history.
The Nockabout Coat is a big,
easy, roomy and comfortable gar
ment in which, by, the elimination
of the lining, the cost has been .re
duced,, but none of its warmth or '
comfort, style or service.
It has the cut and expression of the
prevailing overcoat models. It is a
handy overcoat garment for the
street, theatre, the dance, automo
bile or formal occasions.
It is a durable overcoat for any kind
of weather, service or occasion.
We are showing the Nockabout in differ
ent models in a variety of weaves and colors,
-and fabrics that are the newest and the best.
Harcourt Clothing Co.
H HH IHIINI SHI MH HI WE
JUST A FEW REASONS
AVJIY the citizens of North Pintle, Lincoln County and Nebraska havo bought nnd nre
continuing: to hwy
Minnesota Mutual Life Policies.'
Because they are standard forms.
Because this Company hns an nnassigncd surplus of over $880,001)100. i
. i . i, ,'
llecnuse it is paying and has paid good dividend returns to its policy holders. ,,, ASIC
THEM. . T
Upcause if has long passed the experimental period. 1 ,.
Because it is sound, positive, permanent, and pays a state tax to operate in Nebraska.
Bcauso a large number of bankers throughout Nebraska represent it and sells its poli
cies to their customers.
Because ltd jjopresntatives aro citizens, tax payers and boosters for their respective
communities; they have tho welfaro of their followmen at heart and by Item
ing so much SAFJBTY FIRST noise they sell Minnesota Mutual Life Policies.
Becnuse it has opened its farm loan department to loan money in Nebraska and Lin
coln County will get its share. " ' ,J- ,
Because our policies are a savings bank and as good as money can buy in Old Lino Life
PARTIAL LIST OF CLAIMS PAID
April 1914, Eva L. Leo, Bridgeport, Nebraska t $1,000.00 ,,,..
. May, 1914, Leona M. Bedford, Gantly. Nebraska, $1,000.00 -
Jan., 1915, George Kjar, Ehvood, Nebraska $1,500.00
Aug., 1915, Executor of Estate of John P. Wallace, Omaha Neb., $10,000.00 -Sept.,
1916, Estate of Oliver Kiefer, of Great Falls, Montana, . . .$30,000.00
ALL THAT is born must die. The premiums on tho above policies woro sent to St. Paul,
Minn., for value received. These communities have gotten it.
THIS COMPANY writes railroad men on monthly payment plan, giving them a savings
and protecting their homo and fire side against the unexpected.
LIST OF POLICIES ISSUED BY THIS COMPANY
1 0-15 and 20 Pay Life. . , .7 . ; !.... .'. '. ,
10-15 and 20 Year Endowment.
5-10-15 and 20 Year Term. '
Joint Life for man and wife on the Ordinary and Twenty Pay Life Plan...
Monthly Income Policies on Ordinary and Twenty Pay Life Plan. . :''' v,
SInglo premium aridrcorporation policies, Etc. '. k( "lSfet.
All of the above policies are standard, annual dividend forms, '"nothing special.
Look them over. Some of them will meet your needs. What this, Company-has done for
others it will do for you. k.
Write or phone for an appointment.
J, E. SEBASTIAN, State Agt,
THE OLD LINE MAN.
RcLncrphone Red 348. Minnesota Mutual Life Ins, Co.
SOCIETY AND CLUBS.
Mra. Arthur Fink will ontortaln
tho Et-A-Vlrp club tomorrow after
Tho 'a ;: 'ta club which WfcB to
glvo a balli-woen ftMty Wednesday
ovenlng havo postponed It Indefinitely.
Tho ladles auxiliary of tho D. of L.
F. will hold a Hallowo'cn party at the
K. P. hall, Monday evening, Oct. 30th.
Tho M. M. M. club will hold tholr
next mooting at tho homo of Mrs. 0.
B. Meadows. Wednesday afternoon
Thd members of tho M. M. M. club
hold a business mooting at tho homo
of Mrs. J. H. Hegarty Saturday attor-
noon and Mrs. Hegarty -was re-elected
Membors of tho Lutheran girls' club
spent a delightful evening Friday at
the Kolth Novillo home, whero they
woro ontortalned by Misses Emma
Burklund, Mildred Wright and Iva
Mr. and Mrs. Harry MItcholl and Mr,
and Mrs. W. P. Quick entertained tho
members of tho M, M. M. club and
tholr husbands Friday evonlng at tho
homo of tho formor. In tho prpgros
slvo card games prizes woro won by
Mrs. Oeorgo Vosoipka and Frank
Mosdamcs Edward Galvln and Harry
Williams ontortalned twenty friends
Friday evening at tho Willlamo homo
In honor of Mrs. G. O. Smith of Carson
City. Tho rooms' woro prottlly decor
atcd appropriate to Halluwo'ou and
a numbor of interesting games and
contests wore held. PrlzjJ woro won
by Mr. and Mrs. W, A7Buchflnck and
Mrs. C. Pt Earhart,
Emmet Corrlyan in tho Metro foat
uro "Greater Lovo Hath No man" at
tho Keith Wednesday.
Georgo Brady, of this city, has ac
cepted a position in tho Omaha Smol
To tlio Voters of Lincoln County
I havo been Informed by frlonds that
tho 'report-la being Industriously cir
culated by tho opposition that I will
bo detalnod on the border until spring,
and that I will not bo homo to nssumo
tho duties of Couuty Attornoy should I
bo olected to that oltlco.
I dostro to state that his roport is
ontlroly without foundation and that if
elected I will bo on hand to assume
the duties of . tho offlco January 1st,
P. II. HALLIGAN.
Shnw Tonight lit tho Kolth.
Hon. Losllo M. Shaw, formerly sea
rotary of tho United States treasury
and ox-governor of Iowa, will speak
at tho Kolth theatre at olght o'clock
Mr. Shaw is a recognized authority
on public Issues, and those will dis
cuss fr6m a republican viewpoint
J)r. Crnfts IVfll lecture.
Dr. Wilbur Crafts,. of Washington,
D. G., ono of tho best known lecturers
in this country, will dollvor a lecturo
at tho Presbyterian church Wednesday
evening of this woek at 7:30 o'clock.
Dr. Crafts subject will bo "Somo Moral
Victories won and On."
Tho public gonorally is invited to
hear this brilliant orator. Admission
P. A. Whito yestorday sold "is one
third Intorost in tho Lloyd opera houso
building to Julius Plzer. Tho latter
tells us that a numbor of improve
monts will bo mado to tho building in
tho near future.
For Rent Ono or two largo rooms.
Call at G20 East Flth strcot or phono
Earl Hamlton has shippod in about
two hundred head of cows and young
stuff which ho will wlntor on tho Ham
ilton farm west of town. Ho concludes
ho can mako moro money out of his
alfalfa by feeding it than ho can by
Thursday's program at tho Crystal
will present Blanche Sweet In "Tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Goodnow, of Garr
flold, woro horo liist weok und return
ed home in a now Studebakor car.
Perry Carson vlsitpd relatives in
Gothonburg yostorday and attended tho
foot ball gamo at Cozad.
Hugh Brogan, of Keystono, "vlsltod
horo yestorday whllo onrouto homo
from a visit In castorn cities,
Miss Irma Johnston returned Sun
day from a four weeks' visit in Chica
go with her brother Dr. Johnston.
Tonight at tho Crystal will bo shown
tho Paramount foaturo "Tho Boform
Candidato" with Maclyn Arbucklo and
Myrtlo Stodman. This foaturo is par
ticularly tlmoly Just now when wo aro
hearing so much politics.
010 ncrcs grazing and farm land.
Want city property or small fqrm. ..
7ltf 0. II. THOELEOKE.
S. M. SO ODER
Bopsblican Candidate for
If you fool that my character and
ray oxporlenco tia assistant County
Treasurer puts mo in a position to
admlnlstor the off Ico of County Treas
urer in a manner that will meet with,
your apxoval, your support will be
greatly appreciated on November 7Ui.
baling and shipping it.
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