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NORTH PLATTE, NEB,, SEPTEMBER 18, 1917.
iOCAL AND PERSONAL
A baby boy was born this week to
Mr. and Mrs. Wllbor Atkins.
Mrs. Mary Portor, of Julcsburg, was
oporatod upon at tho Nurso Brown
Wo liavo a beautiful lino of Velours
In tho millinery department at tho
Wilcox Dept. Store.
'Elmer. Baker loft Wcdnosday morn
lng for Itavonna, whero ho recently
nccoptou a position.
FOB SALE Five room house, mod
orn oxcopt heat; located at 214 south
Ash. Phono Red 388. 727
Fulton E. Murphy and Miss Joan
unman or Brady wore granted a
marrlago license yesterday.
Miss Dorothy Hlnnian has resigned
her 'position In tho First National Bank
and will spend tho wintor In Calfornla.
Miss Vcrno Mann and baby who wero
visiting rolatives at Akron, Col., for
several weeks returned homo Wednes
day. Miss Ethel Sousor loft Wednesday
evening for Loxlngton to atttnd tho
county fair and visit friends for a
Charles Strauss will lcavo this week
for Omaha to take examination for
clerical work In the quartermaster's
Mr. and Mrs. John Spies and children
of Kearney arrived hero Tuesday to
attend tho Sples-Huntlngton wedding
and visit locall relatives for a couple
Attorney A. Muliloon. O. E. Ehlnr
and Satn;Soudor loft yesterday morn
ing on' a, minting trip In tho Lake
Stophon Mooro, of Marongo, and
Bornico A. Chase, of Wollfloot, wore
granted a marrlago Hconso yesterday
Try" Dr. Smith, tho
Mrs. Walter Crook and chlldron, of
Omaha, former residents of North
Plattoi Jmvo roturned horo to make
Claudo Dolany, who had been taking
treatment at tho city hospital for sev
eral weoks, was taken to an Omaha
Miss Evangallno Herrod resigned her
position In tho Fidelity Insuranco
Company and has accepted ono in the
First National Bank.
During th storms tho first of this
week Fred Payno had a valuablo
horse killed by lightning and Nea,'.
Turplo lost a steer In tho samo man
Governor Neville, O. E. Elder, A. r.
Kelly and Sam "Filbert, who spent tho
early part of tho week h intlng ducks
in the northern lake country, returned
with 111. Had it not rained tlio bag
would havo boon greater.
Wondorful bargains In women's
waists at 95c; worth up to $1.50;
waists at ?1.45, worth tip to $2.00; In
organdies, voiles and silks. All the
better kinds at a saving of 50c to $1
on a waist at Tho Loader Mercantile
. with your Capital
By carrying your account with
the McDonald State Bank yousafe
uard your funds.
Your Checking Account ives
convenience, facility and accuracy in
your financial affairs.
, "Our Time Certificates bririg-you
good interest. '
But more than this you build up
a credit here which canbeadded to
your cash fund when you need it.
DRAFTED 31EX EXEMPTED BY
THE DISTINCT IJOAltl).
County Clork Allien received yostor
day a list of Lincoln county regis
trants who havo boon exempted from
military service by tho district oxomp
Won board. There nro forty-ono of
tho8o mon, a largo majority of whom
are farmers by vocation. Tho list la:
Harry A. Pottor.
Joo C. Bakor.
Will C. C. Luschon.
Gunnor Young. v
John C. Hollman' - .
Clarcnco Newman. '
Frank AlcOtt. .
Will D. Spurrier.
Carl Larsen .
Examining Second Call
Tho county board of examiners
started yestonlav i
ond caV. of drafted mon.. Thoro are
one nunurcu and lirty In this squad.
Yesterday sixty four wore examined,
twonty.slx of whom claimed oxomp.
tjion. Tho number discharged was
not learned. Tho board will continue
tho GXamlnnttnnu tfiflnv null ti.lll 1.
- ...1V4 Hill fJlUU.
aH.y will not bo ablo to finish before
: :o: : .
MISS MaVmO Slllns finil Alnv T-TimL
tington. two well known
of this city, woro united In marrlago
Wodno3dav ovenlnc nt ihn T,ittmrn
manso by Bey. C. B. Harman. A num.
ut-r in rwjauvos woro 'present nt tho
ceremony and later wero served with
luiiuaniiiuiHH in mo IlOmo OI UlO
brido's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Tho brido woro a tnllnrnil onlt nf
dark brown with hat to match.
Airs. Huntington has been employed
in tho drug dopartmont of tho O'Con
nor sioro xor sovorai years ana enjoys
tho friendship of all who know her.
Tho groom, born and grown to man
hood in tho city, Is employed as Un
ion Pacific brakoman and Is a steady
popular young man.
,: :o: :
Dr. Smith, Chiropractor,
Building & Loan Building..
Fall Opening and Sale of
Suits, Coat s, Dresses and Skirls
A wonderfuls showing of the newest Fall Garments
that is second to none' in Nebraska, made up to the
minute in styles that most admirably emphasize this
No wonder that women come to Block's when they
desire a new Suit, Coat or Dress, that will best express
their individual ideal, Garments, that is distinctive in
design, in color, and in trimming for here is assembled
a wonderful stock of Coats, Suits and and dresses of'
the newest and jauntiest kind imaginable, at lowest
Suits Coats Dresses Skirts
12.50 to $65 6.50 to $110 6.75 to 43.50 3.50 to $24
We cordially invite your inspection whether you are ready to buy or not. You are
more than welcome to come in andsee what's new and pretty styles which are correct
and which will win your admiration.
New Fall Silk
Blouses in all
New Silk Pet
ticoals in all
Suit or Dress.
CITY AND COUXTl' NEWS
HRAFTEl) 3IEX ARE GIVEN
AX ENTHUSIASTIC FA HE WELL
North Platte, Neb.
LADIES' OUTFITTING STORE
Honry Schott and son Uyron trans
acted business nt Hoscoo yesterday.
Julius Plzer returned yosterday
morning from a brlof visit in Choy
onno. Miss Amy Eldor and Blstor wlU leave
In a fow days for Wyoming to visit
Tho Ellto Club spent n pleasant
afternoon Wednesday with Mrs. John
.A. M. Wood, of Donvor, camo a fow
days ago to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Soft ntcr shampoo, electric mns.
sa(rc and human hair switches lit the
Contcs lteauty Parlor.
Mrs. Leonard Redmond loft yostor.
day morning for Donvor and Cheyenne
to spend several weeks.
The Club Novlta was ontortalned
Wednesday aftornoon by Mrs. Harry
Sampson at a honslngton.
Mrs. Anna Redmond loft yestordny
morning for Los Angolos to remain a
mouth for tho benoilt of her health.
il now have funds at SV por cent
on choice bottom table land. Geno
Crook, Room 4, Keith thoatro Dldg.
isiiss Mlldrod Mohlniann, of Donvor,
came Wednesday ovonlng to vlst at tho
home of hor brother Roy Mohlniann.
jfilrs. O. W, Sprlggs nnd baby, of
KJinsas Cltv. who snout several weeks
with tho Nolan family, loft Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elsassor, who
Wbnt to Omaha to attond tho funernl
tho former's father, are cxpoctod to
,W. R Malonoy has boon Bolcctcd no
aecrotary of tho atato board of em
btihnors, an ndjuuet of tho state
board of health.
Juno Cnprlco In "A Small Town
Girl" at tho Crystal Monday night will
furnish a good ontortalnmont with a
Mrs. David Lawlor and daughtor, of
Paxton, who woro visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Elmor Howard, loft Wednesday
Farm nnd Ranch loans at lowest
rates and best terms. Ho.iey on hand
to close loans promptly.
43tf 1JUCIIANAN & PATTERSON.
Jack Plckford and Loulso Huff in nn
adaptation of Dickons' celebrated nov
o) "Great Expectations", will bo tho
attraction at tho K0IU1 Saturday night.
Miss Elslft Laugford, lato stenogra
pher In tho Iloagland Caw ofllco, loft
yostorday morning, for Choyonno
whore sho has accopted a position in
tho Citizens Rank.
Relatives In town rocolvcd announce
monts Wednesday of Uio birth of a
son to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dunn, o
Salt Lake. Mr, Dunn was a former
North P.ntto residents.
Tho W. R. C. will havo a social at
tho homo of Mrs. Asa Snyder, 408 W.
Ninth, street, next Tuesday afternoon.
A flftcon cont lunch wiCl bo sorvod and
a large attendance of members and
friends Is requested, ns tho proceceds
of tho socail wilt bo used to buy yarn
to knit for our soldiers.
Mr. C. J. Story, traveling auditor
of tho Groat Western Accident Insiuir-
nnco Com'pany, of Dog Moines, Iowa,
has boon placed In temporary charge
of that company a business at North
Platte on account of tho resignation
ot Mr. A. A. Schatz.
E. T, Kollhor,
Carl Mallnnulst, of Erswold and Miss
Anna Salo of Paxton wero married at
tho Episcopal Rectory yostorday morn
lng by Arch Doan J. J. Bowkor In tho
presence of n fow friends. After tho
ceremony a breakfast was. sorvod at
tho homo of tho brides sister Mrs.
Qlon Fergorson . Tho brido is tho
daughtor of John Salo of-Paxton and
has many friends horo and In hor
Tho music and-art department of tho
20th Contury Club will hold lta lnltlnl
mooting of tho year ot tho homo of
Mrs. Harry Cramer, 703 woat Fourth
stroot, Tuoaday, Sopt 25th, at 3:00 p.
m. Plans for nil interesting and In
structlva your havo beon made and a
large momborshlp is looked for. Ro
frosihinontB will bo Horved promptly at
threo o'clock and all attending nro
roquoated to be punctual.
IRENE STUART, Soc'y
GAS TAR Ib good for dipping fonco
(loetig, painting chicken houses for lico
or painting' anything to provont do
cay, fence, barns, iriloa,, ate. Ton
cents por jMtllon Wo ohargo for tho
barrel. North Platte Light & Powor
"I am really living this plctura,'
uougln Fairbanks was hoard to ro
mark recently betwoon bcoiiob of "Wild
:.nd Wooly", his nowoet Artcraft film
' omlng to the Kolth thoatro next Moil
lay and Tuosday. "I'd rather play
wtntorn pictures than oat and whon I
ik tiro from tho amusoinont world
h po to gathor a gang of cowboys
(round mo and llvo on tho groat 'plains
T at 8 tho llfo. No cabarots, limou
ine or olovator apartmonts for mo."
Tl- fact that Douglo moant what ho
Bald will bo roadlly ovldoucod In this
film. Judging from ndvancod reports
wh eu Indlcnte that It out-Fairbanks
an;, thing this athletic screen star has
: :o: :
FOR YODIt AUTO SERVICE
Call 125 for Taxi day or night.
Also flvo or sovon paasongor car for
MOGENSEN-LOTJDEN AUTO CO-,
Chandler & Elcar Agoncy,
Corner Eighth and Locust Stfl
Forty stalwart and sturdy young
mon, roprosontlng tho soccond call of
men from Lincoln county, loft for Ft.
Ft. Rlloy yestordny morning. Tho
dQparturo was marked by a fitting
demonstration in which hundreds took
iwrt, and each man going could not
holp but fool that ho was loavhig bo
hlnd many friends hsoiiio unknown to
him who wished him woll.
Tho drafted mon nBsomblcd at tho
court homo rtt 7:30, and with mom
bors of tho G. A. R. nnd S. W. V. ns
color bourors and oecort and hoadod
by tho municipal band, tho largo
procession moved down Dowoy stroot
to tho depot. Along tho lino of mnrch
tho sdownlks woro woll crowdod wltA
porfplo and at the depot thoro was a
crush. Tho mon woro formed. In lino
nnd whllo tho good-byes woro said the
band rendered several selections.
Whllo tho boys woroIn lino at tho
court houso thoy woro presented with
comfort bags by tho Rod Cross Society
ana onrouto to tlio depot woro show
orcd with llowors nnd presented with
button hole boquots by glrla of tho
pnrochlr-t! and public schools.
Thoro woro soma wooplng mothora,
sisiors ana swooUionrts, hut gonoral
ly spoaking rolatives stood tho part
lng stain woll. PractlcaUy all tlio
assomblod pooplo grasped tho hands
of tho boys and wished thorn woll. As
tho train pulled out tho band playod
tho national air, Uioro was much
encoring and waving of hats and tho
dopartlng boys heartily roapondod to
theso last farewells.
On tho train woro tho contingents
from Sedgwick county, Col., nnd from
ar. E. Church
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
ProncMng nt 11 ly m. Tliomo:
"Tlio Prayer of an Apostle" Epworth
Longuo 7 p. m. At 8p. m. a special
sormon, followed by storoopttcon plc
tur.os illustrating tho "Ninoty and
Como and enjoy tho hour.
Eighty acros of land in Morrill
County to oxchango for city property.
C J. Stovons, 121 W. Tenth St., North
Tho Sammy Girls' Club mot Wednes
day ovonlng nt tho McGraw homo. A
pntrlotlc falk was given by Rov. P.
McDald. Dr. T. J. Kerr wiil clvo kn
address at tho mooting Soptombor 30th
"lu "iwjiiuursiup nas inctoascti rrom
twolvd to thlrtv-four
Mexicans nro Deserters ....
Flvo Moxlfiitis who 'had boon sum.
moned to tho colors nnd woro to havo
loft yostorday for Ft. Rlloy fallod to
allow up. and can now bo clnssod as
dnsurtors. Thoy will bo roported to
tlio fodoraJ authorities ond it Is orob'
ablo an effort will bo mado to locate
thorn. Through thoir fnlluro to ap.
poar altornatos woro composed to
tako their placos. 4
Threo othors schoduled to go yos.
torday woro oxdusod. Thoy woro:
Frank Stuart, of this city, who is sick
In a Choyonno hospital; John Gllmnn
of Rrndy had a brothor lnjwrod and
was aMowod to romnln for a time, nnd
Goorgo Roberts, an nltornnto, suffcrqd
tho fracturo of a collar bono and
could not go. To fill thoso throo va.
oanclos and tho in.ncos of tlio five -do;
sortors, olght altornatos wero sont as
follows: Mllo Dancor, Leonard.
Hanks, Otto Gowecko, Jorry SnydorF
W. J Huobnor, Davo Clnrk, Howard
Dlonor and Ernest Berry.
Tho floor of tho Franklin auditorium
was woll filled nnd qulto a fow gailory
seats occupied at tho ipatrlotlc moot
ing hold Wcdnosday ovonlng In honor
of tho draftod mon who loft for Ft.
Rlloy yesterday morning and given uri
dor tho auspices of tho County Do
fonso councfc nnd tho Rod Cross sb
cloty. F. C. Pattorson prosldod anS'
tho program included a reading by
Mrs. W. E. Owens, violin solo by Trov
lyn Doucot, ronding by Miss LoDIoyt,
vocnll solos by Miss WJilto nnd ad
dresses by J. G. Boolor, J. E. Evans,
and Jliwlgo Iloagland. Tho nudlonco.
wns very enthusiastic and applauded
Noarly nil of tho forty-six dratted
mon woro In tho room, and at tho close
of .tho program tho audlonco filed by
shook tho hands of tho boys nnd wiallir
od thorn good luck.
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It roqulrod a 4,000-word tologrnm
for Postmnstor McEvoy to toll tho fod
oral government what ho had loarnod
In rognrd to tho coal 'situation in
North Plntto and at that ho only fur
nished tlio information which the
fodornl nuthorltlo3 asked that ho as
certain. Tho present prices of all
qualities of coal wau quoted, a3 woll
aB tho prico one, Lwn, threo and four'
yonrs ago. tho freight charges from
tho different mines and a lot of othor
Information which wl'l be useful In
determining whothor wo are paying
moro for coal than wo should. Pooplo
gonerally will bo glad to know that
tho govommont hns tnkon up the mat
ter of coal prices In tho west an woll
as In tho enpt '
Osie. Year Ago
I came to North Platte and started selling Dodge
BrolhcrSjCars in a small place on West Sixth Street.
In the past year I have sold over 200 cars in this terri- tifo
tory, and have tried to give my huyers good honest
cars and real service after they had purchased. M
Last month we moved to our new huilding on the
corner of Sixth and Locust, where we havo ljetter.
facilities for the sale and care of our cars and cordially
invite you to come in and look around at any time. I
believe in the cars I sell, and I want you people to be
lieve in my willingness to treat you fairly at all times!
I stand for the sale of (lonest cars at honest
prices, no gifts or rebates,' the same . deal to everyone,
the same price to everyone, and the same real service
to everyone after they have bought. We carry repairs
$S for the cars we sell, an accident docs not mean long
delay in gcttiug parts.
I have, hopes of deserving your patronage for
m another and many other years, and I thank you all for
: the satisfaction thai my first year in North Platte has j;t
Hh lC(jn 10 me through your help.
MB tor ess
ervice for Our Owners
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