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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1912)
Practically at the very beginning of the Season while these charm
ing styles are at their height of popularity and
usefulness, we come forward with an
Is never told by an inferior Watch. If you want a
watch that can be relied upon be sure you buy it here.
Our watches arc attractive in appearance, but more
than that -they are accurate. We have a complete
assortment and invite, your inspection.
Ball, Hamilton and Elgin Watches.
DIXON, The Jeweler,
U. P. Watch Inspector.
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Office over the McDonnld
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
J. F. Schriner went to Omaha Friday
evening on business.
Jns. G. Leonard spent yesterday in
Sutherland on business.
Mrs. P. II. Lonergan spent Saturday
with the St. Marie family in Brady.
Mrs. George Finn will entertain the
Mothers club on Wednesday afternoon.
Master Everett Johnson spent the
East three days with relatives in Jules-
Father F. D. Sullivan, of Elm Creek,
came up Sunday to attend the K. C.
Miss Mabel Burke, of Brady, is the
, guest of town friends, having arrived
Mrs. 0. W. Brandt returned Sunday
evening from a short visit with friends
G. W. Stroup, of Omaha, formerly of
this city, is spending this week in town
on business. N
Mrs. Albert Muldoon returned Sat
urday evening from a week's stay with
Jay .Hollingsworth purchased two
Ford cars at the Hendy-Ogier gar
Dan McKee, of Lexington, spent
Sunday in the city and attended the
K. C. banquet.
Theodore White left Saturday even
ing for Cedar Rapids where he has ac
cepted a position.
Oscar Smith, of Alliance, came
down Saturday to visit his parents for
a week or longer.
Mrs. E. A. Garlish returned Satur
day evening from Norfolk where she
was called by the death of her father
Frank Herrod, of Ogalalla, is visiting
his mother Mrs. Regina Herrod, having
Miss Margaret Hogan. of H.ntiings,
the guest of the Misses Ella and Sadie
Sheedy this week.
Misses Margaret McFadden and Rose
McGinley of Pnxton, visited Miss Mary
Members of the Rebekah degree
spent yesterday in Brady organizing a
lodge of that order.
James C.Wilson, of Hinman precinct,
purchased a Ford car at the Hendy
Ogier garage Saturday.
Mr. Hickie, of Omaha, spent the
week end with John Burke, demon
strating the E. M. F. car.
Mrs. Albert Neauveraux, of Lexing
ton, came up Saturday to visit her
mother Mrs. George Christ.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gibbs, of Chicago,
arrived yesterday morning to visit their
daughter Mrs. W. J. Stuart.
Mrs. Neil, of Charles Town, W. Va.,
arrived Saturday afternoon to visit her
daughter, Mrs. M. Keith Neville.
Mrs. Orval, of Texas, returned home
yesterday after spending several days
with Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hammer.
Mrs. Joseph Mooney returned Satur
day afternoon from a two weeks' visit
with her daughter in Grand Island.
After visiting her sister Mrs. Walter
Ross for some time Miss Nellie Wenden
returned to her home in Pueblo, Sat
urday. Art Yates, of Sutherland, was in
town Saturday and while here pur
chased a new Ford car at the Hendy-
Mr. Leonhardt, the piano tuner, will
be here all this week. Kindly leave
your order, if you wish his services, at
the Clinton store.
Flies are coming, Screen Wire at
Hershey's, Corner 5th & Locust Sts.
Phone 15. 25-4
Edward Schatz who has been attend
ing Creigton College in Omaha came
up Saturday to visit his parents Mr.
and Mrs. Gregory Schatz.
Mrs. John Davis and family moved to
this city from Cozad last week. Mr.
Davis has been manager of the North
Platte garage for some time.
OUR Clothes speak of the
Give yourself a boost in
the World by wearing our
Good Clothes. The Man
who is correctly attired us
ually "gets a hearing"
where the other fellow fails.
High grade but not high
$20 to $25.
Our Suits are certainly the best Suits for the
prices'we have ever seen in all our years of experience
in the clothing business.
REMEMBER! We count it a pleasure to show!
j. b. Mcdonald,
THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES.
Extraordinary Sale of
Woman's Spring Suits.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT REMARKABLE REDUCTIONS.
j While the season is still in its infancy we give you the benefit
of prices such as the average store will not put into effect until
several months hence.
The suits involved in this special sale are all new, extra
'well made, of rich, seasonable fabrics, in style that are now all
the rage all perfect, without flaw, in the height of fashion
fvi'fv 'Qillt !i liMmifv in lrntrc ntwl nnmirrli civmc fn nwiirc :i npr.
feet fit for cverybody--all at worth-while savings averaging more'v
than 25 per cent.
Every suit offered in this sale was made for this season's
business. So you need not fear to be "stuck" with old, out-of
date garments. Our very finest models are included. Choice
of serges, whipcords and fancy mixtures, in all sizes at ; reduc
tions which are certainly mostunusual, considering thattheycome
practically at the beginning of the season. Mere's the way we'll
let them go while they last
S30 and 535 Suits at $24.48
$25 Suits at $19.48
520 Suits at $14.48
$15 Suits at $ 9.98
Here's a chance to save a substantial sum on the season's smartest styles and to be dressed in the height
of fashion at a cost so low as to be almost absurd, when the splendid quality, the fashionable cut and the all
around desirability of these garments is considered. Don't fail at least to inspect these rare bargains. They
come too seldom to be missed. Remember, unrestricted choice and a big, substantial saving of more than 25
per cent on every suit. v
Sale Will Commence Wednesday Morning, May 1, Promptly at 7:30 a. m.
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Wilcox Department Store.
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Judge Grimes, Reporter Carey,
Attorneys Wilcox, Muldoon and Mother
sead went to Gandy yesterday where a
term of district court will be held.
W. B. Howard, who was nominated
for state suditor on the republican tic
ket, has been in town tor u day or two
looking after his real estate interest.
The social given by the Methodist and
Presbyterian Esperanto clubs Thurs
day evening in the Presbyterian church
parlors was a success in every particular.
Will Dunn and William O'Connor, of
Wood River, who came up to visit the
former's brother Francis Dunn and at
tpnd the K. C. banquet, left yesterday
Among those who were initiated into
the Knights of Columbus Sunday was
Pete Girmann, of Ogalalla, formerly
of this city. He remained over yester
day to visit friends.
W. R. Matheson, chairman of the
joint protective board of the carmen's
union of the U. P. system, was a
visitor in town Saturday and addressed
the carmen at striker's hall in the
Wanted -A girl for general house
work. Mrs. C. F. Iddings, 319 West
Fifth street. tf
Charley Tighe returned Saturday
night from Omaha, where he graduated
as a pharmacist and yesterday ho en
tered the Nyall drug store as manager,
Mr. Schiller going to the Rexallstore as
J. H. Fonda leaves this week for
Harrisburg to attend the bi-ennial con
vention of the 15. of L. E., as a dele
gate from the local division. Enroute
he will visit in Chicago and stop over
at Niagara I' alls.
George E. Prosser has purchased a
Model 35 Buick touring car fully
equipped of the J. S. Davis Auto Co.
After carefully considering all cars he
chose the Buick Model 35 as the most
worthy automobile in its class.
Three hundred men are nowemployed
in laying track between Arnold and Sta
pleton. Nearly a mile per day of steel
is being laid, and if the work is not de
layed by lack of material the track
should be into Stapleton by the latter
part of next week.
Found On west Fourth street Sun
day a purse containing a sum of money.
Owner call at Fred Payne residence
south of town.
Which is the most useful, the electric
light or the telephone, was the subject
debated by pupils of the Washington
and Lincoln schools Friday evening,
and the debaters of the latter the
Fourth ward won out. The contest
was held in the Washington school
auditorium and was attended by an
audience that filled the room.
A rear end collision between two fast
freight trains occurred Friday night at
the west switch of the new yards.
Three cars loaded with cattle, two con
taining baled hay and the caboose were
badly damaged, several head of cattle
were killed and a number injured and
baled hay was scattered promiscuously
over the track and right-of-way. None
of the train men were injured seriously.
Knights of Columbus Initiation.
Sunday, April 28th, was a day which
will ever be memorable in St. Patrick's
Council No. 1211 Knights of Columbus.
A class of eighty-one was taken into
thojmembership, the inclement weather
proyenting thu arrival of the other
forty-one members which composed
tho class. The knights and candidates
mot at the I. 0. 0. F. hall at 8 o'clock
a. m. and proceeded in a body to early
mass at St. Patrick's church. The
greater part of the church was held in
reserve for them, special music ren
dered by the choir and an eloquent
sermon delivered by Rev. McDaid.
At noon the initiation began and the
various degrees were conferred upon
the aspiring knights. The meeting
continued until 9:30 p. m. when a sump
tous banquet was served in the Lloyd
opeia house which had been elaborately
decbrated with red and white stream
ersj large flags, potted plants and pmlc
Five tastefully set tables extended
the length of the hall and were pro
sided over by fifty members of the
Catholic Girls' club gowned in whitu
and carrying red carnations which they
distributed to the three hundred
knights who sat at the banquet board.
Sweet music was rendered by an or
chestra under the direction of Miss
Ut. Rev Tihcn, Bishop of Lincoln,
asked the blessing after which nn
cleqant menu was served and the
knightsjdid full justice to the good
things placed before them. W. E.
Straub of Lincoln council ably filled the
toastmaster's chair, his clever remarks
and introductions being well received.
Miss Sadie Trovillo and Mrs. Frank
Avery of Paxton, rendered beautiful
vocal solos which were generously applauded.
Dr. N. McCabe, of the local council
responded to a toast "The Ladies"
which was interesting, short nnd much
enjoyed.. The principal address of the
evening was delivered by Rt. Rev.
Tihen, Bishop of Lincoln, who is one of
the best read, intelligent and brilliant
men in the state. He held the undi
vided attention of all nnd was frenuent-
ly interrupted by loud applause. Ho
spoke highly of the local council, and
expressed the pleasure which it gave
him to be their guest. A picture of the
knights and ladies wore taken while
they were seated. The evening closed
with a smoker nnd social conversation
during which the visiting knights, many
in number, had an opportunity of meet
ing nnd conversing with the represen
tatives of various councils. The gallery J
was used by the families of the local
The decorating committee was com
posed of Messrs. O'Connor, McGovern,
Tobin, Schatz, Doran and to Messrs.
Pass and Landgraf are due the credit
of so large a class of candidates.
We buy the best.
We charge reasonable prices.
Dine here for real satisfaction.
Beatrice Cream Separator
500 to 1,000 lbs.
capacity per hour from
$50 to $75
Highest Markot Prlco Pnld for
Poultry Leader Incu
bators and Brooders at
North Platte, Neb.
For Sale or Trade
for farm land, young cattle, milch cows
or sheep on a dollar basis. Two of the
finest and best bred trotting stallions in
Illlinois, a few brood mares, young colts
and sucking colts. Any one interested
can get any information wanted by ad
dressing me through tho editor of this
psper. D. J. McDonald.
Pass Up Platte Valley Route.
Through lack of organization on the
part of the cities on the Platte valley
auto route from Omaha to Denver, the
Denver excursion of some sixty cars of
autoists who make a sociability run
next month from Di-nver to Chicago,
haye decided to take tho Republican
riyer route. The party was expected
to reach hern Sunday, May 19th, and
take dinner and replenish their supply
of gasoline. Had the Platte valley
towns pushed the button as vigorously
as did the Republican valley towns, tho
former route would have been selected.
For Rent The Broternitz ranch 10
miles north of town. Can give pos
session at once. For particulars phone
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The Automobile Without a Competitor.
Before buying or closing a deal for an Automobile be sure and
INSIST upon it being run up along side of n Flanders 20 or E. M.
F. 30 in COMPARISON in style, finish and general make up and
best of all compare the PRICE. Built from the ground up and
from material of the very best that can be had in the Automobile
THE STUDEBAIOER CAR,
Phono 027. JNO. L. BURKE, Local Agent.
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