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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1912)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., MARCH 19, 191:
A "Kntionnl Iinnlc before being permitted to
do business, must first receive n CIIA.JR.TTSH. from
the UXITJSU STA.T1SS GOVJ3I?ATiVrJ3A'r. The
Government is nlwnys sure that there is both
CWAIJACTISiC nnd finnnelnl l-csponslbtllty be
hind n bnnlc before they grunt n cliurter. A
Ifntionnl Jinnlc must opcrnte under strong; i-c-str
lotions for safety, laid down by tlie Govern
ment ut Washington.
Do YOUR banking with US.
The First National Bank,
OF NOIZTII PLA.TTJS. AJ3JJiiJASfA.
'The Largest Jinnlc in "Western Hehruslcu.
I TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
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Miss Lena Baskins will assist in the
baloney & Lintz millinery parlors this
E. W. Mann left this morning for
Sutherland to spend the day on
Sheriff Salisbury returned last even
ing from a short business visit in
Robert Finney, who is in business at
Ogalalla, spent the week end in town
Mrs. John Cornet left this morning
for Hershey to spend several days with
her daughter Mrs. Brown.
Miss Arleigh Moore will leave today
for Omaha to accept a temporary
position as stenographer.
Miss Nina Van Doran has been en
gaged to assist In the Dickey ice cream
parlors during the summer.
Al G. Fields Minstrels will be the
attraction at the Keith on April 17th.
Dr. F. H. Longley, who has been ill
for some, time, is reported much im
proved, Kick Emich was fined two dollars and
costs yesterday in the police court on
the charge of drunkenness.
The two Greeks who slashed each
other with knives last Thursday, will
have a hearing today before Judge
The Aid Society of the Baptist Church
will meet Friday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. R. B. Favoright, 1009 west
Town herd pasture,
Safe deposit boxes.
Houses, furmlshed and unfurnished,
Bratt & Goodman.
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To build a successful pie gives as much
joy to a women as building a house
gives to a man. For you hear, with your
own ears, your family and friends praise
But, as with a house, your pie building- materials must
be of the finest or the result will be bad. At this
store we value your good will and future custom too
much to offer you anything but the best. We have all
the materials for making pies "pastry timber" that
the successful cook requires.
Everything fresh and ready to bnke the most de
lightful pastry eatables in town . Call and
inspect or send a trial order.
Rush Mercantile Company.
I Local and Personal
' Robert Chamberlin returned to Lin
coln last night nfter having visited his
parents for a few days.
Mrs. Tired Westonfeld will entertain
the Royal Neighbors tomorrow after
noon at her homo on east Eighth street.
The Christian Aid Society will meet
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Charles
Bogue. All members are requested to
M. I. McCarthy, propriator of the
north side drug store, is expected home
this week from an extended visit in
The first recital to be given by the
pupils of the school of music recently
organized by Mrs. Elizabeth Cramer
will be held at her home on Friday
evening of this week.
Charles Martini Jr., entertained a
number of young folks at dinner Sun
day evening. The dinner was givon in
honor of his guest Leo McGannon, who
left on the midnight train for Arizona.
Road Island Red eggs for setting.
Mrs. J. H. Van Cleave, Cor. Elm
and A. St.
Four S. C. white Leghorn, two Buff
Rocks and one Plymouth Rock cockerels.
All thoroughbreds. Also eggs for set
ting for sale. L. I. Tucker, 221 Chest
nut St. 15-2
The Presbyterian Aid Society will
meet Thursday, Mar. 21, in the church
parlors. A general invitation is ex
tended to all to be present. The dime
banks are to be handed in at this time.
Money to loan on real estate.
Bratt & Goodman.
Bert Whitmore, of Wallace, Idaho,
arrived hero yesterday afternoon and
will visit his sister Mrs. Rosa Nichols
for a week or more. Mr. Whitmore
spent the greater part of last summer
in this city.
Weather forecast for North Platte
and vicinity: Threatening weather to
day with cold wave tonight. Wednes
day fair, continued cold. Highest tem
perature yesterday 52; a year ago (!5.
Lowest temperature today 30; a year
For Rent Small bungalow nnd 12
acres of land fitted for gardening and
chicken raising; 5 miles from town.
Bratt & Goodman are offering for
sale some good cheap lots at $10
down and monthly payments; alto
some desirable residences at low fig
ures and on easy payments. See them.
Guy Swope has received answers from
Ogalalla, Elm Creek and Cozad in re
gard to the organization of a baseball
league. All three are strongly in favor
oi tne proposition ana will send
representative to the first meeting
which the local committee will call.
Lewis Grant Jones, a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sumner Jones, who formerly lived
south of town, died a few days ago at
Ocean Park, Cal., to which place the
family removed a dozen or more years
ago. The young man waB a well known
contractor and builder in his homo city,
and had been married but a short time.
Tho Philharmonic orchestra was
formally organized Sunday by tho elec
tion of W. E. Starr business manager
and Prof. Garlisch director. Tho or
chestra starts with a membership of
twenty, and with the proper encourage
ment from citizens promises to be
come a musical organization of which
we have reason to feel proud. Now if
Mrs. Cramer will organize and instruct
a big choral society X) course at so
much per wo would, with the orches
tra as an accompaniment, be in position
to render oratorios and cantatas in a
manner that would please every lover
Fire, lightning, cylone, tornado and
hail insurance in best companies at
cheapest rates written by Bratt &
A unique and pretty St. Patrick's
day party was given Saturday evening
by Misses Nora Jeffers and Minnie
Howe at tho homo of the latter. Thirty
young people responded to invitations
and wer.o pleasantly entertained with
games appropriate to tho day. Prizes
in the various stunts were awarded to
Messrs. Clarence Garman, Ed Sluder,
Misses Mary Ellas and Mrs. Harry
Gutlierless. Tho decorations consisted
of green and white shamrocks, Iiish
flags and the color scheme of green and
white was reflected in tho dainty two
course lunch which was sorved at mid
night. Several flash light pictures
were taken. Tho affair was much en
joyed by all present. '
Keep Your Idle Money Working,
We have a few good, safe, first mort
gage real estate loans to offer to our
patrons, netting seven to eight per
cent semi-annual interest. Nothing
safer. See Bratt & Goodman.
Rounding up Bicyclists.
Chief of Police Otten will today
issue warrants for tho nrrest of ten
citizens some of them well known on
tho charge of violnting the city ordi
nance relating to riding bicycles on tho
sidewalk in tho business sectif n. Tho
nnmes of tho offenders are W. R.
Mnloney, Eugene Picard. John Hurke,
C. F. Tracy, Pat Haggerty, Harry i
Huirmnn, Chas. Herrod, Hnrry Mahan
and Bucjc Tighe. For several weeks
Chief Otten 'has published notices,
wnrning bicyclists against violating the I
ordinance. Some few have paid heed
to the wnrning, others huvc'not, henco
the issuance of warrants.
Boiler Explodes, Thirty Killed. 1
About thirty persons were killed in
tho explosion of n locomotive boilor of
the Southern Pacific round houso yes
terday at San Antonio, Texas.
Most of the dead and injured were
strike breakers who took the places of
Southern Pacific shopmen who struck
there severnl months ago.
So fearfully mangled wero sevoral
of the bodies that it is thought they
never can be fully identified.
Twenty-seven dead have been ro
movod from the wreckage nnd the
Bcarch is not cohiploto. Nearby stores
and buildings wero filled with injured.
The round house and copper shops wero
wrecked by tho explosion and many
men working in them were hurt by
Desperadoes Caught Yesterday.
A Lincoln dispntch snys: Search for
the murderers of the three officials in
the penitentiary last Thursday came to
u tragic ending nbout 2;30 yesterday
afternoon when on the road near
Springfield, Snrpy county, Sheriff
Heyers of Lincoln shot nnd killed Shorty
Gray, Dowd shot nnd killed himself nnd
Morloy the third ofjthe trio surrendered.
The three men were hidded in the
bottom of a lumber wagon in which
they were being driven nlong tho road
by n farmer upon whom they Were
holding a gun. When between Louis
ville and Springfield tho posse overtook
the men and a battle between tho des
peradoes and tho members of tho
pursuing party at once took place in
which a largo number of shots were
fired. "Shorty Gray" soon fell over
dead pierced by a bullet from a Win
chester in the hands of Sheriff Hyers.
Immediately after, Dowd, the man who
did most of tho shooting at tho prison,
turned his gun upon himBclf and put n
bullet through his brain. Morley, the
third and Inst of tho party, flung away
his weapons threw up his hands and
surrendered. Blunt, the farmer, was
found dead in tho wagon but who killed
hinrennnot now be determined. Morley
signified his intention of surrendering
nnd wns quickly captured.
For Cfeunty Assessor.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for tho republican nomination for
county assessor, subject to the decision
of the voters nt the primary election
April 19th. I have liyed in Lincoln
county sinco 1889, and my home is in
Hooker precinct. I have served four
ycirs as precinct assessor. Your sup
port will be appreciated.
Geo. E. Gaiiman.
Tho Stone Drug Co., room has been
materially improved in nppenrnnco by
new paper and fresh paint.
Adolh Franlk nnd Miss Elln Yetter,
both of Sutherland, were married by
Judge Grunt Monday afternoon.
Wm. Shrear has purchased a pool hall
in Arapahoe and will leave for that city
to take charge tomorrow. ,
Some second hand Spring Wagons and
buggies. These rigs hnvo been put in
good repair, new axles nnd nicely
painted, prices nre right. Also some
good sod plows chenp.
J. II. Van Cleave,
Brick Shop 110 W. Sixth St.
will soon be
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"Marry Easter luill soon demand merry attire.
Bloom out in one of our Easter outfits, from
your hat down; you iui11 be happy from the ground
The ground principle of our business is to
please our customers, not only when they buy our
clothes, but while they wear them.
We want to urge our friends to urge their
friends to come see our store. Then our up-grade
goods and our low prices will urge them to buy and
become, for a life time, our business friends.
Everything for Men.
Georgo N. Gibbs, of tho law firm of
Muldoon & Gibbs, last evoning filed for
the democratic nomination for county
attorney. Though a resident of North
Platte for leHS than two years, Mr.
Gibbs has mado good in his profession
and has won a high degree of populnrity
nmong acqaintances. Ho is tho only
democratic candidnte for the nomina
tion, hence will be a certain winner.
Material is being assembled nnd work
will bogin at once on the Dorryberry &
Forbes implement warehouse east of
tho freight depot.
Police Judge Warren returned yester
day from his lecturing and campaigning
tour in tho north part of the state.
Virgil Baldock and wife hnvo re
turned from a months visit in Senttlo
Adelbert Bonner, who is attending
tho Lincoln university, came up yester
dny to visit his pnrents.
The Brockus Stock company arrived
hero yesterday morning and will be
tho attraction nt tho Keith this week.
O. H. 'lhoclecke returned this morn
ing from Omnhn whore ho spent sev
eral days with relatives and transacted
Chance of Life Time.
Splcnded hnrdwaro stock, long estab
lished business. Will be sold very chenp
owing to illness of owner. Address
Hubboll Bros., Kenrney Nebr.
$2,000 of 5 per cent monoy in nbout
ninety days. Must bo secured by
first mortgage on real estate
J. E. Sebastian.
514J Dewoy St.,
North Platte, Neb.
Good nearly now G room houso, all
modern except heat, lot 9, block 8,
Trustee's addition, North Platte. Price
$1,950; $1,385 in building and loan,
balance cash. C. E. Lockwood, Owner,
From Field to Cradle.
Revenge is Sweet.
Florence Humes and Co.
In a Funny Skit.
The Under Dog.
10c. and ISc,
You, who may have found disappointment in front-
laced corsets by being persuaded to buy one of many
imitations of the Gossard Corset are specially invited to
come now and learn by a trial fitting- what a perfect
front-laced corset really is.
It is practically impossible to corectly adjust a long-,
back lacing- corsets, whereas the longest front-laced
Gossard Corset is adjusted with ease and accuracy be
fore your mirror.
The tendency in fashions lies in low bust, straight
hips flat back and all of these essentials are correctly
Satisfaction is yours if you will fulfill your long made
promise to yourself to try a Gossard fitting. Your
excuse for changing from obsolete back lacing method
was never so good as at the present time. The models
were never so perfect.
Wilcox Department Store
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