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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1912)
LOOS F03 THE HAATE
on TfE Euncn
DETACHABLE INTERCHANGEABLE HANDLES
Our apring lino of Umbrellas is the finest and
largest we have ever had the pleasure of showing.
DIXON, The Jeweler,
SCHILLER & CO.,
(first Tmor North of
Ktifrt fcfctUmM Hnk
IQCLl AND PERSONAL
Key. Alien Chamberlain spent
ui!ay n d unday in Bfg Springs
'Ih I l'o will hold the annual elec
tion of o.nVers iot Monday evening.
Iho uiilu" Br.cndly Sou?Vy w H n.eot
with Mi8 Lena Baslrins this evei ing.
D. B. Baker, tor iiun.. jeara a roai-
dent of Dickens precinu, has moved to4
Miss Jennie Fox, oi Paxton, who
visited town fuends last -week, Wft
Mr. and Km. W. W. Hogg will -lei
tain a dozen or more young people
at cards this evening.
Mr. and NLrs. McGord, of Lewellen,
visited town friends, the last of the
week and went home Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Barber vas called to
Memonqple, Wis., Satuiv.. miming by
the serious illness of hi tin.r.
Air. tfnd Mrs Will Owm mo le
jon ing over l. l amval i i a "uni pound
Mrs. Charles Hendy DcacT.
A. telegram received vestordny foro
noon announced the death of Mrs.
Chnrles Hendy. of this city, at High
land, 111., where in company with her
daughter Lillian she had been visiting
for several weeks. For a number of
months Mrs. Hundy had been in poor
health, but her condition had not been
considered critical until loot Saturday
when Lillian wired that the mother was
seriously ill and for the members of the
family to come. Mr. Hendy and son
Will, of this city, and son Charley of
Denver, left Saturday night for High
land. It is thought they reached High
land a few hours before death ensued.
Mrs. Hondy wns a pioneer resident of
Lincoln county, coming here about
1870, and locating at Ft. McPherson,
where she was married to Mr. Hendy.
During her residence part of tho time
was spent on the uinch at Maxwell and
the remainder in this city. She was in
every respect a model woman, kind and
generous, a devoted wife and mother,
a sincere christian and one who enjoyed
the full measure of good will and es
teem of every acquaintance.
Tho remains are expected to arrive
heie at 8:30 this evening,
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.on ( la i Li lid, wheii
n i patent iji i veialdayi .
is. T C. i II of Garfiem,
l 11 ur dsii i'iv M is. Saiu
bjvmg p 1 11
E. A. Cary went to Kimball yester
day to attend district court.
Deputy Sheriff T. F. Watts went to
Brady on business yesterday.
Frank Tagader has acceped a position
as traveling agent for the Star Bottling
Mrs. Gedrge T. Fiold andmotfte Mra
Baker left Saturday for ah extended
visit in D'etre.
Little Lois Poiter who ha been ser
iously ill with pneumonia, is reported
P. L. Harper, of Wallace, spent the
past few days in town wiile enroute
home from Denver,
Chaa. Thomas WilJ resign tho post
.jpastership at Dickens, and it is pro
boble J. M. Fristo -will be appointed to
Miss Maud Mollyneaux' loft last night
for Sutton, Neb., ln response to a
message which said her father Wtts in
a seiicus condition.
J. E. Hodman, Union Pacific gardener,
returned Sunday from an extended stay
in Topeka, Kans., and will devote his
time for several weeks to the park east
Albert Xoenig, the Somerset trapper.
"n fur trappm,1, has been profitable
io winter, f-om coyote- hides bring
j' hih i,i f 3 and tho best, skunk
Tho I.uthi.nm P.otheraoodaiid church
ancil sr,.et Inday evening at the
V i 'i house and discussed cftnirs oi
1 1" ( hurch.
The Dii.kene correspondent of the
Wallsu Winner, says that Cecil Tueil,
'io lecently moved from -Dickens to:
Vis. iuri. Will return to the latttfr place
The Seed Corn Special.
The seed corn special arrived on time
at 2:30 Friday afternoon and despite
the stormy weather was greeted by
about 200 farmers and business men,
who were anxious to learn what consti
tuted good seed corn. Crowding the
two demonstration care until standing
room was at premium, the nuditors
were given a serios of talks on the sub
ject of seod com and these talks were
supplemented by charts and specimens
of corn in the various stages of gei mi-nation.
The visitof the special here awakened
renewed interest in the desiie to secure
good seed corn, and the purpose of the
train was warmly endorsed.
Tests of corn made by Derryberry &
Forbes and by others show that much
of the corn grown in this section last
year possesses a high per centage of
germinating power, and this seems to
be particularly 'rue of that grown north
of the Nortt Platte river. The ma
jority of the com grown in McPherson
county is said to be good for seed.
The spring season is advancing rapidly and we are receiving
cpring goods daily in all our lines, Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods,
Trimmings, White Goods, Etc. In our ready-to-wear department
the latest novelties in Suits, Coats, Dresses and Shirt Waists, We
suggest that now is the time to call and make your selections on the
The proprietor is now in the eastern market, making purchases,
and in order to make room for the later arrivals the following line3 are
offered at a
Cash Discount of 20 Percent
Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries wA Muslin Underwear.
In our Shoe Department, we have jusl received an up-to-date line
of the Ladies' Queen Quality Shoes. An experienced ahoe man to wait
on you and give you a perfect fit.
Yours for business,
jfetJ AM . WbM.MUik.Mohb.
(1 tho last Of ami n-cngagt n business,
i The Messrs O bom, of Loveland,
. rd duldran, I oi , visited it. ir cousin Jttrj,, Mwtg
i (jiand lslaru, Vincent SaUirdiu while
t io. Kanonf, ' CSajn with mx tars o
h imc of th
I i tment o
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A Successful Drama.
Charles Klein's latest successful
drama, "The Gamblers," which ia an
nounced for the Keith, next Friday
eveqing, is a striking example of the
distinguished author's remarkable tal
ent for weaving absorbing play around'
a subject of timely mterest. Of
ourse, dishonesty has long been a
favorite motive, in plays, trtte M Klein
has adroitly avoided tho-roleslaff, bring-
. , . i . ,,. k , i
mjrnis larceny in.to we.most modern
I u eis.
ill, ot $ I
i ' , .lall
i ii b I'-ine
i . loui n
i ( oloi
i.ii' n in Yofl-
it i this citj,
k e Mresidej.-
t their unci
k, .hile en-
nti Mr. am
le WW I to tpeodapf WgH figanae. ,'.Ha preaches
f sbejfe' They 'faodeetrfiie. howev, &hA ttneheiMM
. ion -d partf a train load that w fa f u,Bg.
kU.ii.ff dipped to the windy & , tW otthto tW w?iy of ft
B. d -
pi sper i
i-ouri, win i
w ith Mi
ii rly of
ten yeato ..
1 A Puthoff,
Greek who shot and
un try men at Roscoe
1 puilty of man
. f-tnet court jury at
i . He was sentenced
a former railroad eir
, ' e of this city, sustained fractured
1 iii by a cave-in while engaged In min
in , near Carson City, Nev., a week
iigo He was taken to a hospital in
S.in Francisco for treatment.
The last issue of tho Lexington
Pioneer said: Ex-Senator C. A. Sibley,
of Curtis, Neb., was in the city yos
tcrday greeting old friends. It is pos
sible ho mny again bo a candidate for
the position. Ho was ono of tho best
law-makers that ever warmed a seat in
the senate chamber of the state. The
express companies, however, think but
little oi mm.
Corn is High Pi iced.
Farmers who are feeding cattle and
hogs are inclined to "growl" more or
less over the high price of corn, espec
ially as the present 'market p$ce of
both cattle and hogs is not in keeping
with the price of corn. A. W. Arnett,
of Hinman precinct, who is feeding
about 100 hogs, tells ns that he is paj
ing Seventy cents for corn and hauling
it himself. John TolIBoo, of Nichols,
shipped in a car from the east port of
the state la-t week thpt cost him sev
enty cents ,on the track at Nichols.
Sevcnty-eent corn should mean sven
cento per pound for hogs, if the feeder
is to get a profitable return for his
feeding, but the present price is below
six centt .
OR, W. F. CROOK,
4 Oft.ce . vn MrDonald State Dank
Svpt. Tout, or the oi ty stiROTs, w-
tur-ed Saturday mornlnjg., from St.
T tuts, whira he attended the nntsonal
mo Hon of 'rhool BBperbitpwicntB.
Ii n ports very interesting Ifessions
ii 1 a pleasar.t trip.
.lamps Hairy 1. igader end Miss Iaa
tbJle Meildrvere quietly married yee
t i !-y afternre n at ". P. M. The
o lemony wa performed at the homo
of the groom's narents by Bey- Porter
n U e presence of relatives.
'! 1 Borah bill reducing the residence
i i ! mjsteads to throo years has
, i. the senate and is now before
! p. The actual time of resi
1. l . r the homestead within three
years v. as fixed by the senate at eigh
teen months, and an amendment offered
by Congressman Kink aid of Nebraska
in the hm.- raised that time to twtnty
month.".- Kinkaid at first opposed the
reduction ft the time required for res
idence, but changed whf-n hundreds of
Voters in his congressional demanded
that he support the measure.
For Sole: 111 Acres improved valley
land three mies south of Gothenburg,
Nebr. Cah sale 75.00 per acre.
Inquire of J. B. Bacon.
Earl Hamilton of this city, and Miss
Zora Fitzgerald, of Lincoln, will be
married at the home of the bride on
Friday evening. The groom is the
son'of Conductor Hamilton, who is well
known here, and the bride having fre
quently visited hero is well known
among our society people. Both having
ing attended tho state univorsity tho
wedding will bo carried out in frater
nity style. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
will reside on a farm west of this city.
The city council will meet in regular
bi-monthly session this evening.
transgressor is hardif the transgres
or ii not successful in getting away
with the goods.
The Weatbe' Lut Mottth.
The only undsual feature of the
weather last month as found is the
monthly summary issued by Obser
ves Hardin is that the precipita
tion was the greatest, with one excep
tion, since 1902, the total for last month
being eight-tenths of an inch. JCho
coldest day was three below, zero, and
the warmest fifty-three. The coldest
r eoruary aay we. nave ever nad wf.
thirty-five below zero. During the
month moisture fell on tan different
Warrea for Coagrcis.
At the socialist state Convention hold
at York last week, Judge Fred J.
Warren was Selected as the candidate
for congress in this district. He re
ceived the endorsement and vote of
every socialist council in the district
Judge Warren is one of the most
widely known socialists in the state,
and is a recognized leader in that
7'room modern residence in North
Platte, SEJ, Sec. 31, Twp. 9, range 80,
Lincoln county, NEi Sec. 4, Twp. 1),
Range 80, 22 acre chicken and garden
farm 8 miles west of North Platte.
W. V. Hoaoland,
North Platte, Neb.
. . ;,
G. W. Dioner left last night for
Texas to take pobsossion of the tract of
land ho recently purchased of CO.
Wcingand. Ho was accompanied by
his son, and other member of tho fam
ily will follqw later.
The county commissioners are in
Platte Valley News,
pn the evening of February 22d, the
regular meeting of the literary was
held and a short Washington program
rendered followed by alcangaroo coui t.
At this tuna J. B. Tillicn was bound
over to the district court under bond
of $15,000 for keeping a ferocious dog
that hid chewed and mangled Ii. .
Wail. Immediately after the court's
deciwon all repaired to the bapewent
where the ladies' aid had prepaid! an
elaborate chicken supper. All did ys
tico to this part of the program, The
net receipts were $34.50. w
At tne regular meeting oi tne ntei i
ry held February 29th an election of
othcers was held for the .month of
Mrrch with the following n
suit: Wallace. Quinn president, Bis-m
Smith secretary and treasurer arl II
A. Weil sergeunt-al-arma. A pro
gium of music and recitations . is
roi dcred, followed by a debate , tho
qu htion being, "Resolved, That wo
mi t should have the right of buftragc."
Tl ise defending were Ray Arnett, C.
T. Ihon and Eu Jackson; negative A.
W Arnett, J. B. Toillion, L. F. Waugh.
Th af nmative won by a Vote ot two
to one. The time ,of meeting
h been changed from Thurwdny to
Fi day evening, as at the latter time
mere of tbjs school children can avail
tfu m&elvus Jtrf the opportunity to at
tend. At tiii next meeng on March
8t'i a speHfntconte8t will be held. AH
tn y participate. There will also be a
si cial pie e$$ihg contest.
i .dwavd iMfcson invited a number of
M. s Etta'JViendB in to spend Tues
day evunitttf;; -AH report, a very ple
an time, ' (
i number of the friends of L'. P.
.ngh ana ons Charley and Will ten
di ed them a surprise Friday oven
in . Mr. W,Ugh will movo to town in
a few day AH regret to have Mm
. i "v
if ive. y
Ir. andHp. H. A. Wait gave a snt
pi m birthday paity Saturday evening
in honor of tbeir son Emll. Many in
t i eating gtnes were played, after
winch deliciouB refreshments were
st i ved. May Emtl have the pleasure
of cell brating many more such events.
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.1 tlip l.ir ,i at ithI most fully
w eatirn NV1 taslkU. I rn
it wotk viriiig wdet the
t'tijoipal bi)4 Usinithing, . v. agon
nage work. I Ikvo us laro a
f heavy haidwau j wugm and
woodt'ii rs i". ea.'iid
shop in the tat.. I
'krn iBi'fh.ni'rv, tlcitnc power
ar 1 can undoubtly siy you auickor
si 1 bi-Uer than thogi duing it tho old
woi Id rail your attention especially
to ditt sharpening. Coui rollino ih
Tiii: Ht-ST, saves all the material, makes
th m a little harder and absolutely
k ps the shape. Give us a trial and
il 1 can't convince you, you get the
job free of cost.
1 give groat effort nnd time to horse
shooing. Have a man employed that
ooea nothing else and has given yeais
df study to his special line. Horses
a11 bo treated kindly and all tho work
Plow work, wagon and carriage work
done the best. Come und see me,
Brick Shop. J. II. Van Clkavd,
110 West Sixth St.
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