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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., NOVEMBER, 1917.
j. a. it. exhimt or relics
ATTRACTS 3IUCII ATTEXTIOX.
Under tho auspices of tho local chap
tor Daughters ot the American Revolu
tion a Bplendld exhibit of relics Is be
ing hold at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
T. C. Patterson, and thogo who aro
Interested In tho thlngB of long ago
should not fall to attend. Many of tho
articles are considerably over a hun
dred years old,.and none are loss than
fifty. Thoro aro books that were
(printed 150 years ago, newspapers giv
ing an account of tho death of Wash
ington and tho assassination of Pres
ident Lincoln; there are deeds for the
conveyance of land executed In revolu
tionary times, sllverwaro and plat
tors made and used a hundred years
ago, wovon quilts that date back to the
early part of 1800, swords that were
In tho civil war, china and earthen
ware that are older than any person
In North Platte, and lines of fancy
work that aro very valuablo by rea
son of their ago nnd workmanship.
The exhibit opened yesterday and
will bo continued this afternoon
and evening, and Saturday Will bo a
special day for children.
Members of tho chapter In colonial
gowns, sorvo tea.
An admission of twenty-five cents
Tor adults and ten cents for children
Mr. nnd Jlrs. Arthur Trump Entertain.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tramp signal
ized tho occupancy of their pretty
bungalow on west Third street Wed
nesday evening by entertaining a num
ber of their friends at a "house warm
ing." Tho basement, nicely decorated
with Ja'paneso lanterns, was used for
danclne purposes, where tho score of
guests thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
Mrs. Sailor Asks Separation.
Gra M. Sailor, has filed a 'petition In
the Llncolnounty district cburt ask
ing for a legal separation from her
husband Bon Sailor on tho grounds of
extremo cruelty and non-support.
The couple have not lived together for
several years past, and during this
time the 'plaintiff has supported her
CITV. AM) COUNTY NEWS
Christian Sclonco service Sunday 11
a. m. Building & Loan building, room
ISoacon Blankets at Wilcox Depart
Found On Lincoln Highway near
Birdwood station, bundle containing
raincoat nnd suit of men's clothes.
Owner lnqulro at this office
All tho nower and lator stylo coats
and drosses aro being opened up ov
ory day at Tho Loader Mercantilo Co.'s.
GOVERNOR NKVILLIJ FORMALLY I
TKNDKltS HIS RESIGNATION'.
, i Ernost Busklrk, formerly omployod
Tho resignation of Govornor Keitli jn tho O'Connor store, lias accepted a
Seville as oxoautlvo of Ncbruska i position ns fireman on the rortd.
now In tho hands of Secretary of State .T, . , ,. m , , . , .
pool .. ' I Percy 0 Brlen left Tuosdny night
Tho resignation is offered to take for Norfolk, Vn., whoro he will accept
offect upon the nccopUnco of the , a POfltion as machinist in tho govorn-
Sevonth roglmont, Nebraska National "" '""
Roger Owen, ot Maucos, Cnl., a
nophow of onglnedr Hoy Welbom, ar
rived a few days ago and has taken a
position us fireman on tho Third dis
Guard, into tho federal sorvlco. Gov
ernor Novlllo lias already boon ap
pointed Colonel of tho Soventh regi
ment nnd has nccoptcd tho appoint
ment. Tho Seventh regiment of tho Ne-
Loron Sturgos, who had boen vis- " " Tm7. n i.
n frtmiiiu in trtwn fnr ,iv 1 spected within tho last week and is
lting frloiula in town for tton days,,
left this morning for his homo in
Wool dresses for tho llttlb girls 2
to 5 years on sale at Tho Leader Mer
cantile Co.'s at $2.25, ,?2.45 and $3.35.
Prices aro less than material can bo
Romember tho war is tho biggest
thing that civilization has ovor been
Involved in. If you wish to assist it
must bo through .an organization for!
that purpose. Work through the Red
declared to bo of full war strength
nnd In comploto state of prepared
ness for tho federal call to service
Tho governor's resignation wns a?
"I herewith tender my resignation
as govornor of Nebraska, to bo effec
tive, in tho ovont I am called or draft
ed Into tho active- servlco of the United
States as an officer of the Seventh
Nobraska Infantry on and after tho'
dato of my acceptance and muBter
Into tho said active service as such
Mrs. Geo. A. Beechcr, of Hastings,
is the guest of friends in town.
No Gnnio Today.
The foot ball game scheduled for to
day on tho local field betweeh the
Lexington and North Platte teams,
has been cancelled. Tho cancellation
is clue to the existing small-pox In this
city, tho Lexington board of educa
tion deeming it not wise to expose
the students of their schools to pos
Since we expect to move to our now
department at Block's Monday, Nov.
imxL, wo nave uociueu to reuueo an or My pnono numbor nt Block's Is 591.
our trimmed hats to a remarkably low Vllm Whlttakor. '
flguro Saturday, tho last day of tho' , , . . ,
sale. Villa Whlttaker, at the Wilcox , W. H. McDonald is transacting bus
Department Store. lnesa In Grand aland today.
Tho annual meeting of tho Lincoln! , Mrs- John States loft this morning
County Agricultural Society will bo lor Denver to visit Walter Stajss
held tho first weok In Decombor. At nml family.
this meeting the reports of tho sec- Wanted A waitress at the Vienna
retary and treasurer will be submit- Cafe. Apply at onco in person.
nil nml rvtYlnora nlootnrl fnr ihn on -
Roscoe Patterson is tho ownor of a
b ' " 'fine Jesse French & Sons' piano, bought
jir. anu Airs, j. v. noumson arnveu.nf tho Walker Music Co.
Tuesday from La Verne, Ia to visit
their sons Ed and O. R. Robinson, but
upon arrival here Mr. Robinson re
ceived word of tho .death of a sister In
Orogon and ho continued his Journey
to that state.
Miss Grace Hooper, of Crete, Neb.,
field secretary of Christian Endeavor
for tho state, and national superin
tendent of Junior C. E., spent last ev
ening in-town, Miss Hooper was en
route to Broadwater to organize tho
Christian Endeavor workers there.
In the campaign for tho $500,000 en
dowment fund for retired ministers! girls who aro so similar in appearance
of the Mothodlst churchNorth Platte,that Joo Damoral, who -weds one of
subscribed $2,000, Hershey $1,200, and them cannot distinguish his brido
Sutherland $1,200. The campaign In from his sister-in-law. which leads to
tho state closes December 9th, and it is I complications and comical situations,
believed that by that date the full ( The play is surrounded with catchy
eeAn nnn ...ill i.n.m c.iirnwiin.i 1 i 1 1 ....
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Reynolds, of
Maxwell, anu Air. anu Mrs. Unas, acott,
of Sutherland, enmo to town last ov
cnlng to attend "His Bridal Night."
Tho Red Cross society desires that
all who havo knitted garments on hand
would get them in by Tuesday as tho
society plans on packing and ship
ping a box of them.
Frederick V. Bowers and a well bal
anced company presented "His. Bridal
Night'' to a crowded house at tho
Keith last night. Tho play has ft woll
defined plot .which centers around twin
p ' '-'If km "' " ''Y;--
, We realize of course that the
Thanksgiving spread, the great foot
ball game, the hunt or the hike are
some of the principal features of
Thanksgiving day; but the matter ( of
appropriate togs requires consideration
too. That's why we are reminding
you of the importance of coming in to
see our splendid collection of Fall and
Here are suits'and overcoats, for every age and .figure nodels that represent the
best iristyle, fit, material and workmanship. Here are niackinaws and sweaters in abundance
fojr men who expect to spend the day in the great outdoors. Most important of all is the. fact
' that they're priced at figures that will please you. Note these. , ; '
Suits wA 0
$1S.00 to $35.00.
Sherman Bros, all wool Mackinaws
$8.50 to $12.50.
Don't forget your Thanksgiving furnishings
You're sure to need new shirts, ties, hose, gloves, etc. You'll find them here
"classy" patterns, splendid qualities, georgeous or "quiet colors" at prices you'll gladly pay.
Manhattan Shirts $1.78 to $12.50. Jersild Sweaters $3.50 to $10.00.
Superb Mufflers 51.00 to $2.00. All wool flannel Shirts $2.50 to 3.50.
Interwoven Socks 35c to $1.00. Regal Shoes $5.00 to $0.00.
Ireland's celebrated Gloves $2.00 to $3.00.
HARC0URT CLOTHING CO.
Among tho flremon who took tho
llnnl examination lor onglnoers this
weok wore Jas. Boyle, Gcorgo and Roy
Lannln, Honry Bondor and W. D.
Gilbert Potors, who for tfovoral
months has been employed as a freight
brakomah between Cheyenne and Sld
noy, visited rolatlves nnd friends In
town this week.
C. L. Pattorson, of tho Union Pacific
secret servlco, camo down from Den
ver Tuosdny and remained a couplo
of days looking after matters 'per
taining to his position.
H. E. Bllckensderfor, who camo hero
from the onst last week, has accoptcd
a position ns switch onglnoor, having
boen re-instated after an absonco of
fourteen yoyars from North Platte.
Joo McQraw, who is running as
freight conductor out of Grand Junc
tion on the Rio Grande road, arrived
In town Wednesday and will remain
for ten days visiting relatives and
During tho past month fifteen or
moro firemen who wcro employed
made their student trips and failed .to
show up afterwards. Evidently they
concluded tho work of shoveling coal
into a flro box too strenuous.
At the coal dock the pilo of storago
coal Is not Increasing vory rapidly.
Up to Tuesday night thero were 1200
tons In storage, or about enough to
cover the consumption nt tins ter
minal for three days, for tho dally
consumption averages 400 tons. Tho
coal Is being stored jusPenst of Uio
round house and not at tho nowly ere
Passenger brakemen on some of tho
eastern roads draw tho princely salary
of $G2.B0 per month. We can't fault
that class of employes for demanding
an lncreaso of pay and voting to striko
If they don't got it Howovor, thoro
will be no strike, for In tho present
uemanu or tram employes tho differ
ences between thorn and their cm
iployors. are certain to bo settled by
somo sort of arbitration or mediation.
1'lrnt Lutheran Church.
iiorinng worsinp 11 o ciozk, ,-a nev
Evening worship; 8 o'clock, "Tiurnr
UdUJl 111 bUU XJU.y Ul JJULL1U. ' V
Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock.
SUBSCRIL'TIO.VS IN IGth DISTRICT
WILL KXCKKI) $10,000.
Harry. Dixon, chairman of tho Six
teenth District, has not rccolvod com
ploto returns of tho subscriptions to
tho Y. M. C. A. war fund, but tho coun
ties roportlng in full show a totnl
of $10,GG:i.00, or $337 loss than tho
amount apportioned to tho district.
Keith county's subscription was
$1280, Hooker county gavo $1070,
Grant county $C5G, nnd Thomns county
$230.00. No reports havd boon rocolvod
from "Arthur county and only partial
returns havo como In from MoPherson
and Logan counties. It 1b probablo
that whon all reports aro In It will
bo found that tho full nllottment to
to tho district hns boon subscribed.
Owing to tho lay of tho district nnd
tho fact that tho counties are sparsely
sottlcd, It was a difficult mnttcr to of
fect thorough organization, but Chnlr
mnn Dixon succeeded well In this
work, and ho has reason to fcol woll
satisfied with tho results.
Shorlff Salisbury loft yostorday on
a business mission to Hastings.
For Rent Unfurnished rooniB, mod-
orn oxcopt heat. 321 bouUi Dowoy.
Phono Red 173.
Mrs. W. J. Stunrt loft this morn
ing for Scotts Bluff, whoro sho will
visit friends, expecting to return
homo next Tuesday.
Ecdtioiny In Library.
Tho public library has decided to
ask tho peoplo to help cconomlzo in
u way thnt will not work nny hard
ship upon any usor of tho library.
It has boon tho custon of tho' library,
iiB a mnttor of courtesy, to sond postal
nnd letter, notices for ovorduo books.
Tho public library now aska all bor
rowers to return books whon duo
without reminder. Tho monoy thus
saved will bo put into now books, a
fnr better use for It than to remind
peoplo of their obligations. 1
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Extendi Thanks ,
Tho peoplo of Lincoln county have'
made n wonderful showing in their
subscriptions to tho Y.M. C. A. Avar
work fund. Tho apportionment for
Lincoln county was $4,000 and you
havo given nearly $7,000. As county
chnlrman 1 wish to thank 'nil who
gavo their tlmo or monoy or both.
C. O. WEINGAND.
: :o: :
At two o'clock this afternoon in tho
basement of tho public library Miss
Jennotto Johnson, of tho university
school of agriculture will glvo a freo
demonstration ot moatlosB and wheat
loss foods.. Tho ladles of tho city aro
urged to attend.
Sanford Hartman left this morning
for a visit in Omaha.
Mr. L. O, Johnson purchased a fine
Packard piano at Walker Music Co.'s.
Mrs. E. N. McNamar, of Paxton, was
tho guest of frlonds in toVn Wednes
T. L. Green roturnod tho early part
of tho weok from a business trip to
Omaha and Kansas City.
Tho Swedish Luthoran congregation
will havo an oyster auppor Saturday.
Nov. 24th, at tho K. P. hall. The prlco
will be twonty-flvo cents a plate.
Wonderful bargains In boys' nnd
children's suits and overcoats. Boys'
macklnaw coats $2.75 and up, BoyB'
leneo pants suits $3.35 and up, at The
"Miss Drahos, n teacher In the Junior
High, developed diphtheria yostorday
anu was removed to tho Isolation
building on tho Mrs. Pulver premises.
All tho women's and misses' best
high grade tailorod suits being sold
at ono-liulf, one-third and one-fourth
off tho regular prices at Tho Loador
Morcantllo Co. s.
' Miss Graco Wray, of Dickons, was
in town Wednesday gettino- lnforma
tion as to tho procedure necessary in
organizing a Sammy Girls' Club in
her .section of tho county. Mi&a Wray
and-the peoplo of Dickens aro nnx
JouB to do their bit for Undo Sam
rind, his soldlor boys and havo conclud
ad that through a Sammy Girl club
they can work most effectively.
A chance of tho season to buy furs
during our fur goods salo Friday, NoM
vomuer 23d. A manufacturer's line
bolng shown for ono day only. Evory-
thlng In furs, coats, scarfs, muffs.
You aro Invited to attond, this salo.
Will do you good to seo such a great
collection of such flno furs. Como and
bring your friends. Tho Loador Mor
Tho clcarnnco of nil the mllllnory
including all tho high grado pattern
hats is an opportunity for you to save
dollars. Got two hats for tho prlco of
ono at Tho Leader Mercantilo Co.'s.
Tho Et-a-Vlrp club met -with Mrs.
L. C. Sawyor Wednesday afternoon
Mrs. Sawyor was assisted by Mrs,
Quinn. It was tho club's annual guost
day and tho aftornoon wns spent In a
Kensington and gamcB. Two guessing
contests wore had In which Mra, Geo,
Vosolpka and Mrs. Chus. Burrows won
tho prizes. Tho noxt meeting of tho
club will bo with Mrs. PIcard on
Tho cam'nalgn for membership to
bo Instituted by tho North Platte chap
tor of tho Red Cross wherein it is
honed to enroll 1.000 members, Is a
work in which we should all Individ
uallv assist. No organization con
nected with the war is doing a better
anu a greater worc wian ino uoa
Cross, and -every 'woman it frMorth
l Platte and Linconucounty nnouiu e-
mj ' HARRY D1X0N g.
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Government Supervision of National Banks.
A Government bulletin just issued shows thut
National Banks, under the improved and thorough
system of examinations, are placsd on a basis of
the greatest safety.
The First National Bank of North Platte.
has complied with the Government Regulations
for more than thirty years and has tho endorse- v
ment of the Treasury Department. This Bank
has asset of over one million dollars, is a Member
of the Federal Reserve System, a United States
Depositary, and gives you absolute Safety and v
A Motor Car Investment
That is what the purchaser of a Cadillac,
car rriakea. After three or -four years
service, this car looks and acts like a new
car, no expensive trade-ins every year if
you own a Cadillac. If you want permanent
value in a comfortable family car, let your
next car be a Cadillac.
J. V. ROMIGH
como a member nnd do nor "bit."
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