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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1912)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB. FEBRUARY 16, 1912.
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CLABAUGH'S GREAT SALE
. Will he Continued until February 29th.
FRIDAY, the 16th, and SATURDAY, the 17th,
Will he the Big Days.
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Worth $20.00, $25.00, $27.50 and $30.00,
YOUR CHOICE $1 5.00.
500 pairs Mens Shoes of the best makes that money can tyuy, including such celebrated ftiakes as
"French Shriner ? Urner" J. E, French" and ''"fylenominee Seamless"'' on sale in three lots.
All $2.5o, 3.oo and 4.oo Shgei at choice $2.oo a pair.
All 4;5o, 5.oo and 5.5o Shoes at choice $3.oo a pair.
All $6.00 and $7.oo Shoes at choice $4.oo a pair
A liberal discount on all hats and furnishings.. In fact everything for men to wear. Take advantage
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ofethis great sale by looking ouf bargains, over and&ee tithe great saving to you.
No Such Bargain Shown Any where in the State,
McDonald Bank Building
EVERYTHING FOR MEN.
North Platte, Nebraska:
jj TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS jj
Ralph Graham went to Omaha Wed
nesday to spend several days.
N. P. Clough left yesterday morning
ior Ogalalla to visit his daughter. "
Tom Soden has resigned his position
.at the Wilcox Department Store.
Miss G. Richards was called to San
Francisco yesterday by the death of a
George Stroup, of Omaha, is visiting
hs brother Leonard Stroup and wife
Robert E. Dickey went to Suther
land and Kimball Wednesday morning
L. L. Gray contemplates erecting a
new home in the Trustee's Addition in
Miss Clara Kane Is teaching in the
first wnrrf durintr the illness of Miss
Roy C. Dougherty, B. F. Nelson and
G. W. Klenk were taken into the Elks
Bert Culton is spending this week
in Council Bluffs with relatives, having
loft a few days ago.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bonner Cramer pur
chased a now piano of R. E. Dickey
the .first of the week.
Mrs. Jake Ridinger left Wednesday
-for Hnstarn Nebraska to snend two
weeks with relatives.
Elmer Anderson, who has been taking
treatment at the P. & S. hospital, is
getting along nicely.
E. L. Kelly has accepted a position
in the dry goods department of tho Wil
cox Department store.
Mr. and Mrs. John Singleton left
Wednesday evening for California to
" spend several months.
Mrs. Albert Durbin returned Wed
nesday from Wellfleet were she spent
four days with relatives.
Mrs. Davics left Wednesday morning
for Trenton where she will spend a
' fortnight with relatives.
Millard Hosier has been visiting in
Omaha for several days and is ex
pected home this afternoon.
Mrs. J. B. Pizer, of Hastings, came
up Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Pizer for two weeks.
Mrs. H. S. Rideglv, who had been
visiting her parents, left yesterday for
her future home in Cheyenne.
Mrs. W. K. Eshelman returned to
Hershey yeeterday morning after
spending several days in town.
Mrs. Anna McLane returned Wed
nesday afternoon from a two weeks'
visit with her son in Hastings.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harden, late of
Grand Island, came up Wednesday
and intend to locate in this city.
The Rush Mercantile Company have
received a new auto delivery which
they will use in delivering their orders.
Harry Porter left Wednesday morn
ing for Gothenburg, Cozad and other
towns to transact business for several
George R. Webb, of Kansas City ar
rived yesterday morning to spend sev
eral days with his brother-in-law W. R.
An operation was porformed upon
Frank Manbon, of Maxwell, at tho
Physician & Surgeon's hospital Wed
nesday. Mrs. Hattie Bethol was discharged
from the P. & S. hospital yesterday
after taking treatment there for sev
Mr. and Mrs. George Coatcs returned
the first of tho week from a short visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Atchison, in
S. W. Derryberry and M. J. Forbes
returned today from Lincoln where
they attended the hardware dealers
George Lickert and several other
officials of tho Union Pacific came up
from Omaha on company business
Mrs. W. H. Combs, of Lexington,
who has been visiting her daughter
Mrs. W. T. Banks for several weeks,
left this morning.
Dr. W. J. Redfield returned Wednes
day morning from Maxwell, where he
was called on professional business the
first of tho week.
The Altar society of St. Patrick's
church will hold an exchange at the
Howe & Maloney furniture Btore Satur
day, February 17th.
William Sheedy who has been taking
a course in a college at Hastings for
several months past, returned home
Miss Jessie Workman, of Hastings,
who came up for the funeral of the
late Mrs. Ad Beyerle, returned to
Zeke Hughes and Robert Curley were
fined $1.00 and costs in Judge Warren's
court Tuesday afternoon for being
drunk and disorderly.
Mrs Milton Aherns, of Sidney, who
has been tho guest of Mrs. Nels Ham
mer, while enrouto homo trom Umana,
left Wednesday morning.
Miss Villa Whitaker, who has been in
Chicago purchasing spring millinery,
will return the first of the week to open
her parlors in the Wilcox store. ,
County Treasurer Albert Durbin paid
out $1,000 Wednesday for interest on
tho school bonds of North Platte which
wqrojheld by State Treasurer Walter
Police Judge Fred Warren left Wed
nesday evening for Omaha to transact
business relative to his lecturing tour"
of tho state, during which he will speak
I. L. Miltonberger, local agent for
the German Fire Insurance company,
received a draft for $682 the first of tho
week in payment of tho policy held by
Mrs. Mary McClanahan.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Duggan, of
Grand Island, who visited in town the
first of tho week, were called to Val-
pariso by a message stating that tho
former's father was critically ill,
A. G. Hultman and Miss Vera
Stevens, both of this city, wero married
in Omaha tho first of tho week. Mr.
Hultman has been engaged in tho
cement worn in this city for some timci
Mrs Wilber Fetter, of Maxwell, is
visiting her brother E. L. Kelly, hav
ing arrived the first of the week.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Osgood at St. Luke's
hospital Tuesday afternoon.
Charles Compney, of Keystone, who
has been employed at the Rebhausen
barber shop for some time, resigned
Wednesday and returned home.
Miss Maud Stewert, who has been
employed as pianist at tho Crystal" for
several weeks, left Wednesday tor her
home in Sterling.
Lem Steele was taken seriously ill
Tuesday afternoon while in one of tbo
local business houses. His illness was
caused from eating tainted cheeso.
After ho was restored to consciousness
he was taken home and placed under
tho care of aphysicinn.
H. T. Troup, of Kearney, arrived
Wednesday to take charge of tho Hub
grocery department. Mrs. Troup, who
was formerly Miss Pearl Miller of
Kearney, will arrive Monday. Mr. and
Mrs. Troup wero married tho first of
tho week in Kearney.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adams, of Sid
ney, aro expected next week to visit
the former's sister Mrs. Lester Turking
ton. Mr. Adams was formerly em
ployed in tho Reeso pantatorium and
was married two weeks ago to Miss
Princess Moon, of Fort Collins.
Mr. and Mrs. Butler Buchanan left
Wednesday for southern Cali-fornia,
They expected to leave a week
previous, but were delayed by Mr.
Buchanan's condition, which suddonly
became worse. He is troubled with
asthma and catarrhal affection. Their
stay will depend ori the benefit Mr. B.
receives. . '(
The following marriage licenses have
been issued this week: Fred Werth
and Edith Bursic, both of Sedgwick,
Colo., Edwin J. Damonds and Anno M.
Splinter, both of Wcllfieet and Ray A.
Conovor and Nellie G. Morgan both of
Sutherland. Tho first two young ladies
being under ago tho consent of their
parents wero given.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
February 16 th and J 7 th.
E. C. Corn Flakes, 4 pkgs ".
Michigan Plums, per can
Michigan Pears, per can . . . .
Pitted Red Cherries, per can
Pink Salmon, i-lb cans
California Apricots, full standard quality,
good syrup, per can
Rex Rye, 4 cans
Oranges, regular 40c size, per doz
Oranges, regular 20c size, per doz
Swift s Empire Bacon, per lb
Swift's Premium Hams, per lb ,
Fresh Eggs, per dozen
I Wilcox Department Store.
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