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NORTH PLATTE, NER SEPTEMBER 11, 1917.
20th Century Club Moctliij: Tonight.
Tho 20th Contury Club will begin the
work for tho now year byholding tholr
first meeting In tho rost rooms of tho
Building and Loan Building, this
(Tuesday) evening at eight o'clock
sharp. A:i woraon aro urged to attend
if at all interostcd In tho subjects ti
bo dlscussod, and most loyal women
aro intorostcd In those questions of
Tho following program has boon ar
ranged: Flag Etiquette Miss Laura Murray
Woman's Com. Lincoln Co. Council
of Defonso Mrs. York HInnian.
Registration, of Women, Sept. 12th
Miss Alleon Gantt.
Rod Cross Notos Mrs. Goorgo Dent
Parllmentary Drill Mrs. Mary Eld
er. OutHno of Dept. Work Dopt. Chairmen.
(Jrndlnp Lincoln Highway.
Tho county grading outfit hns "re
sumed work on tho Lincoln Highway
botweon this city and. MaxwolL. Whon
this grading is completed moro or
lcs of tin.' road will bo covored with
gravel. Commissioner Springer has
five or six teams hauling gravol on
tho highway Just wost of Brady and
hepos next woek to fioauro teams to
haul gravol at points botweon here
V..M PtnlLI !....,. ......1 T1...
111 VyV.ll.-, JUIgS HUH JUdJU."'.
I will tako orders for those who
wish to have hides mado Into coats,
robes, rugs, and gloves, and can save
NORTH PLATTE JUNK HOUSE.
A heavy rain. Instlng about ten
minutes, fell Saturday evening, and
soon after tho temperaturo dropped.
Sunday was cloudy and cool with tho
temperaturo not ascending above sixty-five
and during tho night dropped
to fifty. Yesterday was cloudy, with a
temperaturo that made a light wrap
Miss Frances Dromcr loft Sunday
for Wisnor, Ncbr., to attend school.
C. C. Ilupfer and Charley Horrod,
who nro up in tho Jackson Hole
country hunting oik, hnvo not yet
wired Tho Tribune of tholr succos, but
It Is probable that ore this oach has
'brought downhills animal. Each hunter
under tho law; Is allowed to kill but
ono oik. It Is probable thoy will be
home in a few days.
County Treasuror Soudor says the
tracts of Sand on which tho 191G tnx
has not boon paid is unusually small.
The tracts on wlhch the tax has not
boon paid will bo advertised October
first and sold for taxos Novembor first.
Col. Jim Whlto, who was down from
Sutherland yesterday said the sugar
boot crop in tho valley this soagon
will bo tho host ho has evor known
and Col. Jim is nn authority on sugar
Mrs Minor Morrnw and children,
who had Lecn vlii.ing at tho Baldock
homo, returned to Council Bluffs yes
terday Harry Beoglo (returned to Grand
Island yesterday after visiting local
frlonds for scvoral days.
To The Boys and .Girls:
As you be&in working hard to &et a
dollar, plan to make your dollars work hard
for you too.
You can deposit your small' amounts or
whole dollars into a "Thrift Savings" account
in this bank, where your money will work
for y6u, earning interest.
Then you can add to this something every
week or month until you have a lot of dollars
working for you.
A "Thrift Savings Club" -membership
card will be made out for you to keep and
will show all the money you deposit.
Buy your Studebaker Car
Today and save the cost of
a year's supply of gasoline
prices oi a
Cars will advance
85 to $10
from $123 to $1383
Oilier models will advance
Buy how and you'll save
$65 on a Four $135 on a Six
A. N. Durbin Auto Co.,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
COMPANY K WILL LKAVK
TOKOltHOW MOKNING AT 8:10
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Tho long todtoua wait for ordora to
proceed to Ft. Doming, N. M., has at
Inst ondod, and Company 13 will on
trnln at S:10 tomorrow morning. Sun-
dnv afternoon flnnlftln Hnlllinin ro.
ceivod a wire directing him to bo roady 'ce aml 0V8r reclaimed though ad-
Chas. ilupfor loft Saturday night
far Lincoln whoro he will ontor tho
Postmaster McEvoy offers for slo a
Bcconu-hnnd blcyc.o loft at tho post-
citv And county news
to m6vo his mon jpn short notice or as
Boon ns mo union rncmc couui rur
nish cars. Yostordny afternoon ho was
notified by tho Union Pacific that tho
cars would bo ready Wednesday morn
ing and that n spoclal train runninc
as seoend section of train No. 10 would);
convoy tho Xorth Plnttc company as
woll as the Gothenburg company to
Knnsns City, going via tho Gibbon
Yesterday an expross car was placed
on a sidetrack and much of tho equip
ment of Company E was loaded there
in. Tho rost of tho equipment other
than tho pergonal accoutrements will
bo loaded today.
Now that tho toavlng tlmo Is doflr
nitoly known It Is lib to our citizen
to burn out en mass and give tho boys
a nearty and enthusiastic farewell.
: :or :
Dr. J. D. Hodflold mado a profession
al visit to Iloscde yoatorday.
Tho Happy Ilbur club moots Friday
afternoon with Mrs. Arthur Potors.
John Hurke loft Inst night for Omn
ha to tnuMKict business for a few days.
Mls Simula Pnyno wont to Kearney
yostordny to nttenU tho stato normal.
Mrs. C. II. Hrodbock loft yesterday
for a visit with frlonds In Iloildorson,
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Ell nro visiting
friends In Sterling having loft yoator-
nnt tho week ond with W. J. 0'Con-!m ,normn&
nor. M. S. Ilobhnuson (returned yester
day from a brlof visit with his mother
J. Newman and family arrived tho
latter part of last weok from Lincoln
The formor has nccoptod a position
In tho local high school.
Messors Knuffmon of Grand Island.
and Wornott of Koarnoy formor pro
prietors of tho local ton cent storo,
Miss Dlla Smith who submitted to. and 8iator jn Columbus.
nn oiioraiion in uie uenerni nospimi
recently has receivor annforao. D
Mrs. Julia Frodorlckson nnd daugh-
Teutly has recovered and Is able to p
Miss Hazol Hondorson of Snn Fran
folsco, Calif., formorly of this city spent
Tho vory Into georgctto and crepo
dc chino waists aro now being sliown
at tho Loader Mercantllo Co.'s.
Mrs. "W. A. Barton and children ro
tumed Friday from a visit In St Louis
and Moborly, Mo., nnd Omaha.
Oscar Noalc, who had boon visiting
frlopds In town nnd county for a weok,
loft yostordny fir Stovons' Point, Wis.
Tho Et-a-Vlrp club will moot with
Mrs. Ed Dickey thia nftornoon Instead
of tomorrow on account of registra
Herman Thoolocko who will rosldo
on tho formor Dllllon fnrm wost of
town arrived hero tho latter part of
Honry Hansen roturnod this morn
ing from South Omaha whoro bo ac
companied a shipment of cattlo. This
is tho second shipment ho has mado
In tho pnat ten days.
CITi' AND COUNTY NEWS.
Postmasten McEvoy is spending to
day in .lulesburg.
Thoro will bo n Robokah kenslngton
hffld In Odd Follows hall Friday af
ternoon. A large ntfondance Is earn
Dr. and Mrs.' W. T. Pritchnrd ro
turnod yesterday from Omuba whore
thoy had boon visiting frlonds for
W. C. Blackmoro, formor Suthor-
Jlnst week at tho Ilupfor tome and loft;
cmuniay morning lor ow vonc 10
A special train of members of tho
.cavalry of tho 24th. nnd 2Cth roglmontl
went through this city tho lnttor pnrtj
Of last weok to Maryland nnd Nowi
York to instruct tho national army.
Wanted Experienced girl for gen
eral housework. Phone 2S3, or wrlto,
or apply personally. Mrs. J. S. Twin
em, 404 wtwt. Sixth street, city.
James Downio and sister Miss June,
of Oakland, Calif., fornion.y residents
of this city camo Friday ovenlng to
land druggist, but of lato years living ! " , U10lr cou8m Mnrgarot
in Pomona, Cal., Is visiting friends iujCraigie.
town and at Suthorlnnd. Miss Villa Whlttakor went to Col-
Thn Tmvnl nn,l RtmH Plnl, l.Mrt lf UnibllS Sunday tO OpOll tllO llllllillOry
Initial moetlng of tho 1917-18 year at' "hP which ,? WTU1 nocuclt ,ln tho
ii. i . ; I nnw n nro wninh TInir Tllnplf ltna na
uie nome oi iurs. m. urosoy last ov
Adapted from the beloved Grimm fairy tales.
Unquestionably one of the most charming
photo filays ever presented. Don't let the
children miss it.
Crystal Theatre, Thursday, Sept 13th.
ening, tho timo bolng taken up in ken.
now sloro which Harry Block has es
tablished m that city.
John W. Witt, of Garfield, who was'
Miss 31. Sicilian, steam baths and t bu" alrt lny' f1,'1 cor"
Swedish Jlnssngc, Indies and gentle
men. l'hono 897, Hrodbock building.'
Tho C. W. B. M. will meet at tho
Christian church Friday afternoon at
3 o'clock. Every ou0 invited to como
nnd bring the July Tidings. Mrs. El
Tho ladles of tho Novlta Club enter
tained Mrs. Honry Weil at a .farewell
party Friday evening. A pleasant
ovenlng was passed and Mrs. Well
was presented with a sliver cream
One bunch of feeder, cattlo sold on
tho South Omahha, inorkot..yestprday
for $t3.G0, thus 'establishing a now
reciord for that class. Hogs sold as
high ns $17.75.
Tho millinery department of The
Leader Mercantllo Cb. Is certainly
6n the Garllold table, if frost doos not
Oc.mo within two wooksi will bo bettor
than an nverago crop.
Charlos Thompson, of this .city, who
has boon attonding tho unlvorslty!
Bchool of music, has enlisted in tho!
Filth Nebraska band and will leave,
In a few days for Ft. Doming.
Brokon oyo glass lensos can bo re
placed the sumo day as order Is given
In our Ioiibo grinding dopartmont.
HARRY DIXON & SON,
tf Graduate Optometrists.
Ed and George Thompson loft today
for Lincoln, the formor to resume bis
Mtudles in the dental dopartmont of the
stato univoislty and tho hitter to en
ter tho pharmaceutical department of
the sumo school.
Miss Helon Emma Iscnhart, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Isenhart,
showing the hats of tho season at tho f Tol ,.,.. Pnl fnmini-lv nf this
nrrst roasouablo prices. Millinery do-1 L, V"i ' i a,"'? irt
not-tmont .nnnmi nn, m,c no Cnti J city, was married August 15th to
John Leroy Krucaw. Thoy will mako
theilr homo in Tollurido.
Judgo and Mrs. J. S. Hoagland ro
turnod Friday from Boston wllero thoy
partmcnt, second iloor, Mrs. Orra Sail
or in charge.
Th0 Women's Foreign Missionary
Society will bo hold Thursday aftor-
r "wnV, a rll i, i . lattoniI(!ll tll annual ro-mnion of tho
tho church. All mombors and all In- araml Armv of tho nonubHc Tho trin
forested are asked to bp present at tho tn 7nf , rS iT t ?P
r " '"L.l.r0 bCg,Un,ns year- vas a very pleasant ono.
For Salo Harloy-Davldson Motor
Qycle, 115 model, 3-specd' electric
Tea wHl bo served
Company E purchased
yostordny with which to enliven Hfo
whilo in camj). Dr. Ames kindly do
nated fifteen rocorda and donations
from othqrs will be gratofully receiv
ed. Those making donations should
do so this afternoon or evening, as the
boys leave tomorrow morning.
Hurry Block Is lii CcJ'.umbus
The Chambor of Commorco sont out
a tractor and Fry drng yesterduy to
drag tho road from th0 cemetery wost
to tho Bakor school houso. Tho roud
tOr l.nf,,,..,, t, .l.ln ,1 nln.n Pn v....
ij r ,r 7""",. "u" and tho one end ng east from tho
Indies' lUTnlshing store which ho ant stato farm wlll al8 bo dragg0(i.
his brother-in-law have established
Thoy seccured tho lease on a splondid Thc "silont policemen" at tho cor
room in the main soction of tho busi- nor of Sixth nnd Locust was put out
nesfl district nnd had it altered to ; of commission a few days ago whon a
suit their requirements. resldont of the city backed into It with
Four companies of tho Wyoming fr; f.ot was tho post knocked
national guard onioute east detrained I "ft1 11 o f tho car wtls con"
horo for a half hour Friday evening, aldorably dainaScl1
nnd marched through tho business GAS TAR is good for dipping fonco
soction. Thoro wore about elx bun-' posts, paiuting chicken hcuises for llco
dred and wore a vory flno looking! or pninting any thing to nrovent do-
body of troops big. hearty fellowB
with high beads nnd clastic stop.
Henry Fulk, of O'Fallon, brought to
town Friday and placed on exhibit at
tho First National bank a sflgar boet
that has an extraordinary growth of
top. Mr. Fulk challenges all beet grow
ora of Lincoln county, and particular
ly Col. Jim White of Sutherland, to
produco a sugar beet having a larger
Doputy Postmastor "Loron SturgeB
rocoivod word Friday that ho had been
appointed private secretary to G. W.
Wattle iltate chairman of tflio
council of defense. Mr. Sturgeb
went to Omaha Friday night to look
Into tho duties and decldo whether ,
ho would accept. Should ho accopt he,
wlll tako a leave of absence fropi bis
position as doputy postmastor, and
that position will bo fillod by ono of
t!.o prosont employes of tho office.
Geo, M. Smith will roslgn as steward
of tho Elk club Octobor ilrst and with
Mrs. Smith will o to Grand Island to
reside. Tholr daughter resldos in tho
Island and this is ono reason for tholr
romoval. Mr. Smith will accopt tho
stowardshlp of tho Grand Island Elks'
homo, a 'position that entails loss work
and shorter hatfrs than tho liosltioTi
bore. Tholr romoval to Grand Island
will bo regrotted by many frlonds.
A. T. Ynrter, who formorly conduct
ed a saloon In Brady lias apparently
not lost monoy by Nebraska going dry.
Last spring be leased land on th0 is
land of Col. Beatty and put In pota
toes, beans, onions and cabbago. Ho
will have 0,000 or 8,000 bushels of po
tatoes, 2,000 bushols of onions, enough
cabbago to mako sauor krout for all of
Lincoln county and enough boons to
feed a division of tho regular army.
cay, fences, barns, alios,, ate. Ten
cents per mllon Wo chargo for tho
barrel. North rintto Light & Powor
At a mooting of tho Walla Walla
lodgo tho latter part of last week del
ogoteB woro oloctod to attend tho
state convention at Lincoln Oct. 17th
to 20th. Thoso solocted woro G. W.
Klonk, S. W. Swanson,, A. O. Kockon
and E. W. AVrlght.
'V.hoy Stnntl Up. More. is said- about the
lasting qualities of a Dodge car, and, more cas
are sold because of this quality, than for any oth
An AU-ltouml Cur. But you will find that
the Dodge has many things besides stamina and
quality of parts. These other qualities are in
addition to what the buyer expected and a pleas
ant surprise to him. Here are a few oi these
other qualities you will ilnd:
Efficient electric starter, will start the car
on the coldest day, and the car will hit on all
cylinders and pull from the jump-off. UnuBual
with present day gasoline, but. ask any owner.
A. permanent body finish rthe only
which stands up under our alkali mud.
The U. S. Government buys Dodge Brothers
cars because they stand up; you will order your
Dodge, car not only because it is an all around
family car, big enough, powerful enough and
lino enough for f)0 per cent of us. An enormous
oversale makes it necessary to ask for your early
order if you would have your Dodge Car this fall.
J. V. ROMGH
"JUSl'AJIt PARTS roil THE CARS 1VE SELL."
"SERVICE FOR OUR OWNERS."
Sixth and Locust. North l'lalio, Nob.
On east Fifth Street, between Locust and
Dewey streets, upstairs over the Golden
Rule Store, J. C. Penny Co. Phone 183.
JOHN S. TWINEM, M. D.
North Platte, Nebraska.
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