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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., OCTOBER 24, 1919.
JI'i-h. Clabaugh Appointed Chairman,
Mrs. J. P. Clabaugh has been ap
pointed city chairman for the third
Red Cross Roll Call, and will nppolnt
as solicitors tho Canteen ladies and
such others as she may need In a
house to house canvass of tho city.
Tho appointment of Mrs. Clabatigb
was inado yesterday by the Rod Cross
oxccutlvo commftteo and Mrs. Cla
baugh will at onco begin organizing
for tho compaign whlcn begins No
vembes 2d and continues for ten days.
440 acres valley land abutting good
town of 2,000, loss thnn Vj mllo frcn
'W. 1 . 1. T - . ... 1 I 1 t
umu ni'uuui. iiiiiiruvuuiems aw sinci-
ly modern, consisting of fine bunga
low, two largo barns, sheds, chicken
house, etc. All now, worth $20,000.
This lios on tho U. P. R. R. and tho
best farming and hay proposition in
tho valley, and an Ideal dairy proper
ty. Priced for quick sale at $100 per
acre. Easy terms, got busy.
O. H. THOELECKF.
An old fashioned Hallowe'en social
will bo given In tho basement ol tho
Lutheran, church next Wednesday
.night by tho Girls' Club to which all
members of tho church, their friends,
and the members of tho younjr Deo
plo's societies of the other churches
aro cordially invited. A good time is
assured to all. Como.
Aro you Interested In good citizen,
shin? If So, ntend tho Community
Itanqnct, Thursday, Oct. 80th at 7:0(1
' Melvln Ernest Grannoll, tho little
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grannell,
was burled from their homo 908 east
Sixth street Tuesday afternoon, at two
o clock, ho baby was two years and
twenty-seven days old and died after
a few hours' Illness.
An assortment of plush hats for
children just received at The Lendor
Lingerie clasps, gold or sliver from
60c to $5.00 per pair. Dixon.
Just received another car of pears
which will bo sold at tho car and my
store. Car will be hero but three
days. Get your pears while the car is
lioro. McMICHAEL'S GROCERY,
Tracy Appointed Judge.
C. F. Tracy, rotlred engineer, and
for flfty-ono years a rosldont of North
Platte, has beon temporarily appointed
pollco judge to fill tho offico during
the Illness ,of Judge Mlltonbergar,
whose condition is very sorious. The
appointment was mndo Wednosday by
Mayor Stroltz. Judge Tracy's knowl
edge of law may bo somewhat limit
ed, but nobody questions his sound
Judgment and Integrity and violators
brought before him will recolvo Jus
tice in full.
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' Miss Maymo Pizer entortained about
twenty guests last evening compli
mentary to Miss Irma Huffman who
will bo married next month to Arthur
Arnold May, of Gothonburg. After an
evonlng of bridge a two course lunch
was served. The talfle was tastefully
decorated with candles and a gr'iat
glass bnsket tied with a tulle bow and
filled with American beauty rews
Place cards wore tiny hand painted
Ruy two tickets to the Com in tin it y
Banquet, Thursday, Oct. HOth at 7:00
p. m. and take your wife.
Harold Tyler and Walter Warren
wero arraigned before Judgo Wood-
hurst yesterday afternoon on the
doublo charge of entering the Mc-
Cracken drug store and of taking tA'o
horses of Magnuson. The boys ad
mitted their guilt and the case was
Itakon Under advisement by Judge
Small assortment of Trimmed Hats
In tho mllllery department that will
bo sold at $2.98, Saturday, October
25th. Villa Whlttaker.
Effective January first next all em
ployes of tho AVestern Union tele
graph company In this city will get a
wage increase of from ten to fifteen
Tarn O'Shantas of all sizes and col
ors at The Leader Mercantile. Co.
No more planes from tho east In
the transcontinental derby are ex
pected, but eleven ships are expected
from tho west.
Ducks and geese for sale. Phone
' Red 554.
J A most charming coat and suit as
( sortment at prices you'll save at The
Leader Mercantile Co.
Keith Theatre, Tonight. -
What is Love? The Answer: s
"LOVE IS LOVE" r
ALBERT RAY and ELINOR FAIR.
a photoplay showing the miracle of love in young lives, in
one of the sweetest stories ever told. Smiles and Tears!
Come and laugh a little and weep a bit for your betterment.
Sennett Comedy "REILLY'S WASH DAY"
in which Mrs. Reilly gets her rights her right to do all the
washing there were on the market.
Farewell Trans-Ccmtinental Tour of the most sensa
tional spectacular melo drama in a half century.
THE ALL AROUND THE WORLD SUCCESS -
SYDNE V . '
NOT A MOVING PICTURE
Overseas romance of love and valor, replete with
laughs and thrill?.
A 'MILITARY MELODRAMA OF TODAY
Uy Walter Howard 6
EVERY CRITIC EVERY PAPER IN NEW YORK UNANIMOUS
Ttecelved with enthusiasm." Tlme. "Applauded to Hit i echo." Alan Dale.
MiJity punch to the play." Mall. I "Pia went over w th a banr. Telegram
'VhouU Vent up af the Parle Theatre last nlsht for "SEVEN DAYS LEAVE.'
"Continuous roar of applause and approbation shook the rafters of the playhouse'
"Has enouth sensations to Iqutp half a doien such plays eminently successful.'
g Louis Snerwln, Qlob
VT &ly and brazenly confess to llklnir this style of play." Journal of Commerc
"Melodrama that makes your blood tlnele." Evening Sun.
"Entertainment of lively Interest and suspense. " Jlera d.
"Nothing heretofore to vie with the compelling thrUl." Tribune.
"Wins vootferous applause of big audience." Hun.
Win wlrti '.-.trlotlc fervor crammed full of uf Dd "cltemtnu" World
Superb cast and original New York Production.
Seats on Sole I PRICES
Wed. Oct. 29 j 75c, $1.00, $1,50
LOCAL AND l'EKSOyAL
Mrs. W. II. Muncor Is confined to tho
hotfso by a sprained foot which sho!
sustained Tuesday afternoon.
Havo you looked over tho beautiful
pattorns in drnpory goods at Wilcox
Miss Adolo LoDloyt will leave far
Omaha today to visit her sister and
wltnoss tho Nebraska-Oka lahoma toot
Seo tho Style Shop windows Mon
day. ftlrs. Blanelio Field and mother,
Mrs. Baker, will leave noxt month for
California, whero they will snond tho
grcator part of tho winter.
Wilcox Department Storo is head
quarters for reliable furs. They ban
dlo Albrocht's lino exclusively.
Airs. J. B. Jotor left yosterday nftor
noon for Washington, D. C, to visit a
sister. Enrouto sho will stop over in
Chicago soveral days to visit hor
Ono of Dixon's beautiful diamonds
will hn the delight of any girl's heart.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Patterson and
daughter Edith expect to spend the
greater, part of tho winter and early
spring In California, leaving for there
about tho first of tho year.
If you wast to seo a real nlassy
coat ask to seo our Baffin seal trim
med with the fur trimmings. E. T.
Tramp & Sons.
Word received yestorday from Oma
ha stated that an operation on Gor
don Lovo's oyc had been performed
the previous evening. Tho trouble
was duo to an ulcor.
Wanted Experienced girl wants
position as housekeeper or general
housework. Apply at G15 west Third
or phono Red 1057.
An east bound aviator in tho trans
continental derby arrived Wednosday
evening and started out yestorday
morning but returned to tho landing
Held on account of weather conditions
after he was in tho air a few minutes.
Tho Wilcox Department Storo now
ha a rather complete line of colors in
A Mexican named Oacho and a col
ored man who gave his namo as Price
wore picked up by the polico Wednes
day on the chargo of drunkenness and
each wore fined ?10 and costs by
Juugo Tracy. Frico paid $15.80 and
was released, but the Mexican was
short of change and he was given ten
days in jail.
Aofroctly fitting pair of glasses
will presprvo one's youthful appoar-ancor-thoy
eliminate wrinkles and
"crowsfeet" caused by eyestrain. Clin
ton & Son, optometrists.
C. F. Scharmann came in from tho
west part of the state last ovoning
and left on the branch train tills
morning for Goring. Mr. Scharmann
is supervising the shipment of beets
on tho Union Pacific and the North
river branch. His duties aro to seo
that the cars are supplied as needed,
that thoy, aro in constant uso nnd
that they aro loaded to maximum.
Tho latest styles in printed 'geor
gette crepes at Wilcox Department
Cards, received in town a fow days
ago .announced the marriage on the
third of October of Walter J. Roche to
Mary Louise King of BIsbee, Arizona.
Walter is a North 'Platte boy, having
been born nnd raised In North Platte,
but with his parents moved to Daven
port, Iowa, many years ago. Since
his dlschargo from the service last
December he has beon practllcng law
Right styles in new coats and suits
nt prices to save you money at The
Leader Mercanlle Co.
('. of 0. Annual .Meeting.
Tho Annual mooting and supper of
tho Chamber of Conunorco will bo
huld noxt Tuosdny ovoning at 0:30
la the basement of tho Episcopal
church. During tho war this or
ganization, in common with similar
organizations In practically evory
town in tho state, waa more or les1
dormant, and this year the whole ef
fort of tho club has beon devoted to
good roads, about five thousand dbl
lars having beon oxpondod for that
purpose. Thoro Is now a general fool
ing that tho work should be expanded,
and tho futuro work of the organiza
tion will bo discussed nt tho coining
meeting, a roport mndo of tho past
year's work, nnd a board of directors
I have two bargains in overhauled
cars, which would bo just tho thing
for thoso living quite far from tho cen
ter of town. Both cars in good shape,
both have electric lights and startors
and w'.fo could drive them. Ono Is a
1917 Mnxwoll touring, prlco $450. Tho
other nu 83 Overland at $400. Terms
to roiponslblo parties. Como In nnd
try theso ca'rs out
J. V. ROMIGH GARAGE.
A story that ripples with continous
laughter. A play of the hour,
'What so ever the Cost'
Baby's Maries Roundup
with Little "Sambo"'
Bids will bo recelvod for offico
building located directly west of pas
senger station, North Platto, Nebras
ka. Terms of salo aro cash and with
understanding that building is to be
moved 'rou Union .Pacific premises
wihiii thlrtly days after bids accopted
Mail bids to
A. W. WOODRUFF,
ii:ili'.rintendont Union Pacific R. R.,
82-2 Cheyonno, Wyoming.
: :o: : ,
Georgetta, satin, volvet and wool
dresses, the season's best merchandise
at E. T. Tramp & Sons'.
The high school foot ball team ac
companied by a number of studonts
arifa tho conches left this morning for
Curtis where they will play tho agri
cultural school team. North Platto
defeated Lexington 27 to 3, and last
week Lexington defeated tho Aggies
12 to 0, nnd basing judgment on theso
scores, tho game should go to sTorth
Platto with ease.
If an hour's reading makes your
eyes ache or tho printed lines "misty"
havo Clinton & Son give them thtolr
, W. J. Rath, manager of tho Shoe
Market before ho entered the service
aWv resuming the position following
his dlschargo, left last ovonlhg for
Omaha to take chargo of a store own
ed by tho same company. Mr. Rath's
transfer Is a promotion for hltu.
Messrs. Chandler and Clark, of Coun
cil Bluffs, havo arrived to lake chavge
of the local store.
What is more dressy thau a suit for.
street wear? We have classy mer
chandise at the right price. E. T.
Tramp & Sons.
Wanted First class salesman to
work tea and coffeo routes In North
Platto and surrounding territory, call
ing on family trade. For full par
ticulars address Grand Union Tea
Company, G38 So. lGth street, Omn
ha, Neb. 81-4
10:30: church and Sunday sohool.
aorinon, "Why Boys Go Wrong in
North Platto," somo home truths tor
homo consumption. Children's ser
mon. "Tomptntlon G:30, B. Y. P. U.
7:30, "Tho Quost for Realty." nigt of
a series of sonnons on modern relig
ious attitudes. Music by a largo
chorus choir, undor tUo .leadership of
Mrs. Gilbert Brbwn, assisted b'yi Mi's,
Loinlngvr at tho plaiio. ' A church
homo for all. A. C. HULL,
Wool union suits for ladles and chil
dren, for fit nnd quality thoy cannot
no surpassed. E. T. Tramp & Sons.
First Lutheran Church .
Morning worship 11 o'clock, sermon
of special ltnportnnco to all, Even
ing worship 8 o'clock, subject, "A
Bndgo or a Brand, Which?" Sunday
school nt 9:45 with classes for all. ' A
warm chrlstinn wolcomo awaits you
nt all services. REV. C. F. KOCH,
may Allison oti:o as
Young Metro Shir of "The Upllflers"
Wins New Fnme nt the Sun Theatre
A diamond purchased at Clinton's
jowolry storo will bo a handsomo nnd
Preaching 11 a. m.. subject "Chris-,
tian Literature." 7:30 p. m., "Many
Infnlliblo Wltnossos." Epwortii,
i-iuuKuu o;ou j). m. oununy scuooi u:4S
a. m., M. E. Scott, Supt,
Munsing undorwoar, tho kind that
always satisfies, sold only at Wilcox
A good man is wanted liv tlin nnrd
of Education for Janitor of one of the!
Rollnnl lllli III In n-a fnll ri n TO rl.: I
Keith theatre building.
May Allison, the beautiful young
Metro star of "Tho Upliftors" a comedy-drama
adnpted from tho story of
thp same namo gy AVallaco lrw'in pub
lished In tlia Suturday Evoning PosfA
has climbed tho laddor of famo with
Before entering upon her screen
career sho made her debut in the
Henry W. Savage production of "Ev
orywoman," first in tho role of "Van
ity" and lntor as "Beauty." Hor rnru
dramatic talents wore recognized and
sho was ndvanccd to tho important
roles in "Tho Quaker Girl" with Ina
Clalro, and "Caprice" with Do Wol
Hotfpor. Later sho was starred in
Hor first appearance on tho scroeti
was In "David Harum" with William
H. Crane, but her greatest achiovo'
znents havo beon with Metro, first na
co-star with Harold Lockwood and
later bb 'a star in hor own right.
Anionic hor most noted productionii aro
"Poggy Does Hor Dnrndost," "The Is
lnnd of Intriguo," "Cnstlos in tho Air"
"Almost Married," "In For Thirty
Days," "Hor Inspiration," "Tho Tast
ing of Mildred Vano," "Tho Return of
Mary," "A Successfhl Advontnro" nnd
Miss Alison was born in Georgio
nnd vt;s educated In Cleveland and
Philadelphia. At tho Sim tonight.
Mrs. J. H. Day loft this morning for
Groeloy, Col., to visit hor daughter,
Mrs. Cody Boal.
Our suit, coat and dross prices aro
open to comparison. Also stylo; seo
and bo convinced. E. T. Tramp &
"The Test of Honor"
a story of splendid honor and a beautiful faith, and a most
Keith Theatre, Monday and Tuesday.
The Christian Science Society of North Platte, Neb.
Crystal, Saturday and
The City of Comrades'
A picture abounding in sentiment anil
heart Interest, plainly dcmonstratlne;
the length to which one man will go
for the uplift of another.
Saturday Special Sunshine Comedy
"The Neighbor's Keyhole'
'Over the Garden Wall'
Elmo the Mighty. Sth part.
The Engagement Ring
an emblem of sentiment and Joy,
should bo u Snlltalro Diamond, pcr-
icmy cut and brilliant:
Let us show you Homo beautiful
Bonis of various sizes ready for mount
ing to order, or in correct settings
ready for use.
C. M. Austin, Jeweler,
Corner Front nnd l)ooy.
A FREE PUBLIC LECTURE
KEITH THEATRE, SUNDAY, OCT. 26th,
at 3 o'clock new time.
Rev. Andrew J. Graham, C. 8.r is a member of
tne board of Lectureship of the Mother Church; The
First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston,
Big Cattle Sale
The undersigned will sell at public sale at the Bird
wood ranch, six miles west of North Platte and six
miles east of Hershey, on
Wednesday, Oct. 29th, 1919,
commencing at 12 o'clock west time,
175 High Grade White Face Cattle,
Several Horses and a lot of
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
USUAL terSI: '
J. BOYD ALLEN, Owner.
ait JohaSe. Auctioneers.
F, C. Pielsticker, ClerH,
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