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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1912)
NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JUNE iS, 191:
j TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
Mrs. M. V. Mitchell spent the Inst
of the week with friends in Omnha.
Mrs. Throckmorton will leave the
last of the week for Iowa to visit rel
atives. Mrs. W. B. Brown left yesterday
morning for Northport to spend a
Have you tried the new acorn sanitary
fountain at Rincker Book and Drug Co.
Tom Horan came in from the east
last evening to spend a few days with
I. E. Trout was among those who
Went to Sidney last evening to attend
Eli Votaw, of Kcm precinct, came in
town yesterday and purchased a Ford
car of the Hendy-Ogier Co.
Miss Florence Banks who was a guest
at the Redmond home the last of the
week, left Sunday.
Initial correspondence cards and
envelopes. Rincker Book and Drug Co.
Miss Edith Thornburg, of Clay Center,
who has been the guest of Mrs. Emil
Kosbau, left today for home.
President Mohler, of the Union
Pacific, went through on No. 9 Sunday
evening enrouto to San Francisco.
Tho M. M. M. club will entertain
their husbands and a number of friends
at the Cressler home on Friday evening.
There will be a meeting of the City
Espranto Association Wednesday even
ing at the public library. Everybody
Detroit Vapor Stoves, best easoline
stove on the market, self generating at
reduced prices at Hershey's corner 5th
and Locust Sts., phone 15.
Three carloads of fight fans left on
No. 5 this morning for Sidney to see
the Brown-Parks contest. Several au
tomobiles loaded with enthusiasts left
this forenoon bound for the same place.
The cool weather of yesterday and
this morning wns largely due to the
snow which fell Sunday at points west
of Cheyenne. Snowstorms were gen
eral through central and western
Store building, bouses, furnished and
unfurnished rooms, safe deposit boxes
and storage space by Bratt & Goodman,
W. J. Cruzen is contemplating a
fishing trip to tho mountains in the near
Christian aid society will meet with
Mrs. Fredericks on east Fifth street
Paris Green 35 cents per pound.
Stone Drug Co.
Prof. J. A. Benttie, hend.of the de
partment of education of Cotner Univer
sity, and for several years principal of
tho North Platte Junior Normal, is
spending today in town and will address
.the Junior Normal students.
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Two to five years' time or it can be
paid In monthly Installments. It will
pay you to do business with Bratt &
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McNamara ar
rived Sunday from their trip around
the world, which consumed about six
months. The trip throughout was in
tensely interesting, their traveling com
E anions congenial and they enjoyed the
est of health. They will remain in
town for about a week.
City property for sale or ' exchnnge
for land. Bratt & Goodman,
James Martin is the first to introduce
the new side car on his motorcycle.
This car is attached to the side of the
motorcycle, is upholstered in soft
leather cushions, has a comfortable
foot rest and every convenience to
make a ride with Jim very enjoyable.
His increased popularity with the ladies
has excited the tnyy of the other boys.
Wide tire wagon for sale. J. H. Van
The Catholic Girls' club were the
guests of Miss Mary Tiprhe last even
ing. Progressive five hundred was
played and first prize given to Miss
Hanna Keliher. To the June brides
Misses Mae McWilliams and Genia
Maloney were given a dozen hand
painted plates. Club house sandwitches,
assorted cake and coffee was served.
Assisting were Misses Bessie Smith,
Anna O'Hare, Alma Tillion and Ella
Special values shown in our table
damask. Look them over and be con
vinced. E. T. Tramp.
Your small grain crop is assured. Is
it protected against hail? If not, in
struct Bratt 2c Goodman to writo you
one of their security policies. See them
Robert Long late of Cheyenne re
turned here this morning.
Miss Both Cunningham has returned
from n short visit in Brady with friends.
Miss Eileen Fly nn left the last of the
week for Greeley, Colo., to attend
Frank Osterhout and Miss Myrtle
Chambers of this city were married
Art Fletcher and Arthur Lemmer
were fined $5.00 in police court Satur
day for disorderly conduct on the
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Stannard, at Morrill, Sunday.
Mrs. Stannnrd was formerly Miss Ruth
Watts, of this city.
Mrs. Charles McNamara and baby ar
rived last night from Omaha td join Mr.
McNamara who is employed with County
G. H. Edmin8tion, Fred Warren,
Secretary Kerr and J. H. VanCieave
attended the County Sunday School
Convention at Pleasant Valley Sunday.
The Nebraska Telephone Co. will- re
ceive returns direct from the Republi
can Convention at Chicago and furnish
the same free of charge to any ono
Mrs. A. M. Mason and Mrs. Millard
Hosier returned this morning from
Pleasantville, la., whore they were
called a month ago by the serious illness
of a relative.
Bratt & Goobman have a few choice
first mortgage loans ranging from $500
upwards earning 8 per cant semi
anuual interest. Nothing better nor
safer for your idle money. See thorn.
Word was received in town the last of
the week that Ralph Farrell formerly
of this city had been accidently killed
in Idaho where he had resided for the
oasfvear and conducted a meat market
While here Mr. Farrell was agent for
an Omaha Packing House. Mrs. Farrell
who is employed in town left Saturday
for Callaway where the funeral will bo
Genuine double bristle ideal hair
brush for $1.00. Rincker Book and Drug
J. H. Fonda and daughter Blanche
returned Friday night from their trip
in the east, Mr. Fonda having repre
sented the local division at tho B. of L.
E. convention in Harrisburg, Pa. They
visited at Atlantic City and Washington,
and while at tho latter city were tbt
guests of Alex Stewart, "who royally
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The Henderson Fashion Form Corset
The selection of your corset demands caro and atten
tion. You must be properly corseted if you want to look
stylish and be comfortable and healthy.
There is no uncertainty how you will look, or how
comfortable you will be, if you wear a Henderson Corset.
These Corsets are individually designed in all the
required style for all proportions of women.
You can shape your figure easily and hygienically to
slender fashionable lines. i
Henderson Corsets gives the rounded, natural bust
effects; the extra length below waist lino, including soft
skirt extension over hips and abdomen.
Proportions the figure to a youthful, stylish contour.
See our Henderson models and note our very moderate
LiL Tramps Dry Goods Dept.
Beef is Beef.
A bunch of twenty-five steers sold in
the South Omahn market yesterday for
$9.20 per 100 pounds. Is it any wonder
that when you step into a meat market
you almost feel that you exchange the
the weight of your silver dollar lor tho
same weight of beef. This especially
true when tho North Platte dealers aro
shipping in tho greater part of their
beef from Omaha because they cannot
secure fat cattle in this section.
Will Examine Fire Risks.
Sixteen members of tho Nebraska
Association for the Prevention of Fires
will be in North Platte on Tuesday and
Wednesday of next week and will
make an inspection of all business
buildings in the city. Following this
inspection they will mako a report to
the Chamber of Commerce at a banquet
to be given in their honor. This com
mittee will be accompanied by tho stato
insuranco commissioner and probably a
number of general insurance agents of
Building Damaged by Fire.
The frame building on Dewey street
south of the Keith theatro was badly
damaged by fire at 9 o'clock
this morning. Tho building was oc
cupied by Mr. and Mrs. Nan os and John
Poulos, proprietors of the North Platte
candy kitchon and part of same is
used for storing supplies and manu
facturing the candies. The fire had
hpeti smnnlilprlnrr n tho ntflo Imfm..
discovered and broke thru the root and
siue wails ueloro the alarm was sent
in. Tho blaze wns under control
shortly nftor the arrival of the fire de
partment. The furnishings of tho house
was not insured but the building which
is tho property of Arther McNamara
Carl-Frederick Steckelberg, of the
University School of Music, will give a
violin recitnl at tho Masonic hall next
Friday evening at8:30. The admission
will bo BO cents and tickets can be ob
tained at Clinton's.
Mr. Steckleberg's reputation as a
violinist is international. He has
traveled over Germany, Holland, Bel
gium, France, England, Ireland, and
other countries, giving concerts with
great success. He has given many
concerts in tho lending cities of this
country nnd at each he has won un
limited praise from critics
Auction of Range Horses.
On Saturday, June 22d, I will sell at
the old stock yards in North Platte two
cars of range horses. There aro several
broke and a number of halter broke
horses in tho bunch, also two gentle
young ponies. If you need hordes be sure
to attend this sale. Sale begins at 2:00
p. m. shnrp. C. A. Mooke.
Convention Opens at Noon.
The republican national convention
at Chicago was announced to open at
noon today, but whether the opposing
forces, which have reached tho nghing
stage, permitted the convention
to open and proceed with its
business has not nt this time been
learned. Speaking yesterday for the
Roosevelt forces, Governor Hndloy, of
Missouri, who was chosen floor leader
for the Colonel, declared that no con
tested delegate seated by act of repub
lican national committee should set in
the convention. This attempted action
will of course, precipitate a bitter
Sealed bids will be received at Archi
tect Reynolds' office up to G p. m.
Monday, June 24, 1912, for the erection
of the super-structure (all of building
nbove foundation including carpenter
work in basement) of the pioposed
Baptist Church building.
Blue prints nnd specifications may bo
had at Mr. Roynolds' offico by Thurs
day evening, Juno 20, 1912.
Building to be completed by Novem
ber 15, 1912.
Bids must bo accompanied by certified
check made to First Baptist church of
North Platte for the sum of $5150.00.
said chocks to be returned when award
Right reserved to reject any and all
Building committee of First Baptist
Pure distilled water ice can now be
secured. Wo are prepared to make daily
delivery to all parts of tho city.
Distilled water ice is manufactured
under the most sanitary conditions and
absolutely pure nnd clean. This pure ico
costs no more than other kinds, last
longer in the refrigerator and is more
satisfactory every way. Phone us your
order. Price 50 conts u 100 pounds.
E. T. Keliher Ico Company.
The Rival Constables.
Thou Shalt not Covet.
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Whenever you see people doing a thriving busi
ness you may know there is a good reason for it.
You may he fooled when you try your good "on"
but you can't be fooled long "af'thr you try them
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We are in business to stay n business, We
would rather make a little profit and be sure of
a big business, than to make a liig profit and take
chance of having to quit.
We give our?, customers good stuff for their
money, but we dont "stuff prices. '-V
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Everything for Men.
McDonald Battk Building. North Platte
Model 35 Buick, 31 H. P. 102-inch Wheel Base
Prlco $1,060 I. o. b. Flint."
Equipmenti-Top, Dust-hood, Wind Shield and Prost-O-Light Tank, Fivo Lamps,
Horn, Tools, etc. - "
Tires -32 inch Q. D. No. 2 Universal Rims. - , ,
J. S. Davis Auto Company.
Short Orders a Specialty With tJs.
" Drop in the next time and have a trial
of the most up-to-date place in the city
OPEN Alili NIGHT.
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Beatrice Cream Separator
600 to 1,000 lbs.
capacity per hour from
$$ to $75
HifihostMarket Prlco Paid for
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