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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1912)
)VE ARE AGENTS FOft
I VI con PORATCU
THE LEADING STATIONERS AND,
ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS. PERSONAL AND BUSINESS,
STATIONERY , Etc. Maybe left with ua wltK tlc assurance that the
worK wlct completed will mark the user hs"Cor-?cai(l meet every require
ment of the most discriminating taste.
CLINTON, Jeweler and Optician.
S OR. 0. II. CRCSSLER. S
2 On"eo over tho McDonald J
e Stato Bank. o
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Mrs. S. W. Moon will leavo this
week for Idaho to spend seveynl weeks
All Robokahs are requested to meet
nt tho hall this evening nt 7:30 for
Charles Martini, Jr., returned the
last of the week from Omaha where ho
visited for gevoral days.
Walter Geyer, proprietor of the
Ritnor eafe, returned Saturday from
Denv.ir where he visited last week.
I). J. Owfngs, of Gothenburg, Is
visiting his brother Vred Owings and
wifu, having arrived the last of the
Mi. James Fonda and daughter
Ulinche returned last night from Om
nlia after spending several day! with
j'tts. Breisch, of Laramie, returned
Ik i 5 Sunday evening after spending a
wk at the. guest of Mrs. Q. W
v , . Vod Tobas returned Sunday'
li.'i,i uvmd Island, where sho wo
c ill. (! a v, k ago by the illness of hef
dan 'I. i r Mri. Guy Bush. ,
I... Co.ntaiM aoa Harvalls, rector
of Si. John's Gin Orthodox church,
of Diii.iha, spenl Sunday in town visit
ing i w ial of ti"- w. k families.
Hi.- u'lircfacntnlivi'. of the Auto-
matu Mj.i1 C-iiiK-r Company who
had I ' n spend) up, th.- ptweieTalntowti
givjii-; ili'imiiiatr tions loft for Lincoln
Joini McCour ' II, of Si'n.erset, was in
town yu.stenlay .ird Hlnpped to Laramie,
Wy., a vnoni iuli d Hereford bull
whiv'h ! I 'id at ' I to t'n Wyoming state
ap.ru i ll'iral co'1' t .
of the Cadet
i mitiv . iiti'.i ax tne KOttn
' 'l banquet in the
mi i Fiiilay evening.
wi )iii':ii'ant one.
i h ii at Ealrbu?
.i.viji l' t aft rcxper.
' i i i in daj h, Ma
labor m antf
Father Gloason spent Saturday and
Sunday in Gothenburg.
Mrs. S. C. Hnrtmnn has been quite
ill for several days past.
E. W. Mann transacted business in
Gothenburg tho last of last weok.
J. E. Vermillion is transacting busi
ness in Sidney this week and expects
to return Thursday.
Mrs. Sam Richards, of Omaha, who
spent the greater part of last week in
town, went homo Friday.
A. E, Boll returned Saturday evening
from York, where lie attended tho
state socialist's convention.
Editor Rasmusien, of the Hershey
Times, spent the wook end in the city
visiting the Martini family.
Clyde Giddeon returned Sunday even
ing from Elm Creek, wh re he spent
last week with the home folks.
N. J. Rrown was called to Council
Bluffs yesterday by the illness of his
brother who resided ht re last year.
Judge H. M. Grimes and Attorneys
Wilcox & Halligan left Sunday evening
for Kimball to attend court this week.
Luther Tucker received a bad cut
near the left eye while opening a box
in the Simon's meat market Saturday.
Relatives In the city received word
Saturday that W. C. Brown, formerly
employed horo, is seriously ill in Council
A Real Snow Storm, '
The worst snow storm of lire winter
Bwooprd down on us Friday night and
Saturday forenoon, and accompanied by
considerable wind, the storm assumed
the hliape of an old time blizzatd. The
snow drifted badly nnd on the east side
of Dewey street there wore banks
i from four to six feet deep. The storm
j interferred considerably with trnflic on
tho Union Pacific, all trams being
more or less belated.
Its a Funny Show.
In speaking of "Busy Izzy," which
comes to the Keith tomorrow evening,
tho Denver Times snid: "There are
plenty of girls, some of them good to
look upon. There is a comedian,
George Sidney, who is really funny
funnier than some comedians with
bigger reputations. There are songs
and dances, and jokes and horseplay,
and laugh producing stunts of all sorts.
Tho show is, in fact, the best that has
been at the Tabor for some time.
Will Pay For Franchise.
The 'Nebraska Telephone Co. hna
asked for a twenty-five year franchise
nt Lexington, and in consideration of
tho privilege agrees to furnish two
telephones free, pay the city $380 per
annum, and in addition fifty cunts per
annuta for each telephone switched for
This, wo are informed, is equivalent
to about $050 per annum for the priv
ilege of a franchise in Lexington, and
a similiar franchise in North Platte
ought to be worth $1,000 per year.
Whether the company will again seek
to obtain a franchise in North Platte
wo kpown not.
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Rover Is Jealous.
Bully ol Bingo Gluch.
. John SchaU, of Salt Lake City, who
hs been in the city for some time
hoping to btreflt h.i health, ia rapidly
improving. ' '
' Mrs. Bruce, entftrtamed .the K. D.
clasB of tho Chrisllabi ehiwch Friday
evening. RefreshmenU were' served
after the games.
Mrs. E. E. Henderson, formerly of
this city but late of Gaflav?y, camo
vm vSritnrday evening to visit ft week
With town friends. v
Fred Wollenhaupt, of Dubuque, la.,
loft the kit of the week after a short
visit .with bia parent), Mr. and Mrs.
I Mr. and Mi's. Frank Coates, of Suth
erland, who visted the former's brother,
A. S. Coutea and family last week,
returned home Friday.
Unusual oare has been exercised to
provide an attractive and thoroughly
up-to-date line of Spring Millinery
which you are cordially invited to call
and taspet. tfWHlTTAKft.
Miss Mabel Saw jrr plwaantly en
fcartauied the Duprtantp Chib of the
High school . aaturday evebinor. ,Pim-
Spple sherbet ancHwIsorted cakes were
served. . ,
Miss May Nolan,' who baa bjpen em
ployed as nUrse ifi The Lady of Lourdes
hospital at Hot Sptifige, 8. Q., sine
September, will arrive today to visit
her sUtors and brothers for two Weeks,
re. BhrtPW, of Omaha, arrived th
.iJt,pf the,1 wwk t make her home
has. .,, Mt. Shriner la the local repre
atntativo of the Cudahr packing Co.,
of Omftha.Bnd' recently. iceettod Roy
C. K Wilkes, wife and'vbaby arrived
gnday evening from 8$, Louis. Mr.
Wilkes has accepted 4 poaHion in toe
Refebauten barber shop and baying
Wved here a couple of years ago is
THrtl known in town.
Several weeks ago thr Yeomen
dvivlded Into two sections known atb$
greens and the reds. Each division
was instructed to secure new members
and the losing division to banquet the
winning side. The greens secured the
greatest number of members and they
will be banqueted by the reds in the
The first of n series of concerts
which will be held by the North Platte
School ot Music, was given Friday even
ing at the Bonner residence, under the
direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Bonner
Cramer. Owing to illness, Miss Lula
Canies of Lincoln, was unable to take'
part, and In her place came Miss Judu
Deyo, of the Lincoln school of musjc,
who possesses a beautiful contralto
voice and takes the highest notes with
ease. The concert was a very pleasing
one to all present and Miss Deyo's
recital was connidered a rare treat A
series of recitals will bo given during
the 1912 season.
Somerset Farmers Lire Wires.
The Somerset Farmers Institute
held their annual meeting on Feb. 22
and made their plans for one of the
beBt two days' Institutes ever held in
Nebraska. It will be more instructive
ami practical than ever before, they
want all the help they can get and will
appreciate it. They are going to give
a big premium list and propose to give
$500.00 or more in premiums and give a
two days instruction en the judging of
grains, vegetables, stock and poultry
with some of the very boat Instruct
tors in thestate. The ladies auxiliary
i i also making great progress and , yott
will find it very instructive to become a
member! Wallace Winner.
On Ladies- Silk
From Saturday, March 2d,
To Saturday, March 9th,
We will have on sale a large assortment of Silk Waists in all colors and
styles. Some fancy, some plain tailor-made from Messalines, Taffetas and
Jap Silks. No waist in the lot sold below $2.00 and a great many of them
sold from $6.50 to $10.00 each. We have divided them into lots as follows:
You can see these in our shew window. Come before your size is gone.
14 acres of cultivated land adjoining
city. 3ust the place for a track faro
cr thicken ranch. Bratt & Goodman.
W. P. Snyder, superintendent of the
North Platte sub-station, has issued a
bulletin giving the results of hog fatten
ing experiments covering a period of
seven years. Repeated observations
under tost 'conditions were made of
pigs fed corn alone, corn in con
nection with different proportions and
styles of alfalfa, and these in connec
tkm' with 'wheat, barley, bran, shorts,
tankage, arid so on. Tbe results , ap-
Jear,tO b decisive. The pig fed What j
com he wpu!d eat slong -with what
amount of alfalfa he would appropriate
from a rack', i all cases outstripped all
the rest. The pig so fed earm d "its
ewnor three and a fifth cents a day.
The Dig fed only com earned tut twjp
and a fifth cents clear. Ttie, gain In
f weight of the one oatfcaff a cent, a
I pound more .than the other, and camfe
slower. ThemottltndinQua otlvr testa.
indicated that except alxalfa, were ex
tradordlnirtw .cheap, th maximum
I efficiency of pig toed' consisted in this
combination Of 09m with-a1fJtu fed in
racks. Ground or choppe) J4f a! fa 'did
not give enough better results La pajv
for tho grinding or choppin. N. other
xooa entering into tne aompinm on - in
caressed the profit. Fed In hn way,
tho alfalfa eaten was worth mora.
pound for pound, than corn.
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The me9tin of the Som R Set club,
wtiich was announced to be ,held at the
Rjdmond home lust evening has been
j postponed on account of the death of
the late David Moony.
The Koffee Klatch club held an en
jviable meeting at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Scott Friday evening.
1 he usual good time resulted and the
refreshments weVe exceptionally fine.
Little Irene Schfecottgost! entertained 1
a score o? her amail friends i Saturday
afternoon in honor of her birth anni
versary. Juvenile games were played
tin til six o'clock when a nice lunch was
Tho Senior class of the high school
held a toboggan party on the hills south
6f town Friday evening chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. Flowers. The moon
light and tleep snow made the night an
fdeal one for coasting and a couple of
hours were pleasantly spent. A large
fire was made at the foot of the hills
in which potatoe were baked and
marsh mellows toasted, and a delic
ious supper eaten. Tho happy' party
were conveyed to tho hills in a large
Cash in? Cash Oat?
If you would know what you earn,
the amount of your daily, weekly or
monthly sales to others open your
account with The Platte Valley
To know to a penny what you
spend, for what, when, of whom
purchased and an assured receipt
pf payment, pay with checks on
The Platte Valley State Bank.
Your check account with this bonk
will give you a complete record of
all Cash In and Cash Out.
In their great comedy play,
"The Third Generation."
10c. and 15c.
Jacks for Sale.
Two black jacks, one largo, hoavy,
straight, young and loglstorod, will bo
sold at Burton'B horse and mule Halo
two and one-half miles west of Well
ileet, Thursday, March 14th. Bbth
trains met. Sale at 12:30. Jacks will
not bo sold until 4 p. m. ,
A. C. Burton.
Notice to rontrctof,
Notice ia hereby given 'Wt I
receive sealed bids for tho erection of
a garage at the corner of Foui th and
All bids muabe in by March 11 th,
1912. Plana on file with the architect.
Bert Reynolds, Corner Lomst and
Fourth, and at my office.
A. M. Lock, Ov ner.
Mr. and Mrs. JSdward Morris arrived
txpra Peoria tho last of he week to
wisit the latter' parents.. Mrs. Morris
was, formerly Miss Anna t Golden, of
Mr. Fiefiel'i left yesterday morning
fojr Bridgeport to spend several days on.
business with his partners Messrs.
North and Robinson, horse dealers.
&f3. Edna Brown,-of Hershey, came
n ye8tcTw to visit nr mother
Mrs, John Coroett.
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The Platle Valley State Bank,
A Belgian draft horse, - Weight 1960
pounds, excellent condition, extra
gentle temper, well trained, price $500.
Inquire of J. S. Davis.
v For Trade.
Taurinfr AtitomobHa. fine ear in Al
,t condition. Want good land. Write Box
Ti, North Platte, Neb, '
Rev. M- C. Johnson and fan t'y left
the last of the week for Suth.i land,
where Mr. Johnson has boon H "inted
pastor of a new Christian burt h.
Money loaned oa rati Mtate.
Howard Do)son is expecttu! fro
Omaha tomorrow evening to pend
some time with pureote, Mr. and Mrs,
W. S. Dolson.
Mr. and Mrs.' Charles Austin left?
Sunday morning for Paeea, Wash.,
where the former will be ass ciated
with his brother George in business.
Miss Delia Barrows, of Omaha, who
hits been the past yanr on a homestead
in Montana, Is expsctod tomorrow to
visit hur cousin, Mi88GonJii Maloney,
whilo unrouto homo.
Dr. Charles Parks transacted business
In Sutherland yesterday.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. George Herron of Sheridan, Wyo.,
tho last of tho week. Mrs. Ilerron
was formerly Miss Mary Stevio, of
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6TH,
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That little Man with
Hb Big Bunch of Fun
Makers in the Big
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Lower Floor $1.00, Balcony
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