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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1912)
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Local and Personal
S. G. Swanson, of Wallace, transacted
business in town Wednesday.
Bert Barber left Wednesday morning
for Lincoln to spend a week or longer.
Perry Sitton left Wednesday morning
for Cheyenne to spend a week on busi
ness. Jospeh Weeks came up from Grand
Island Wednesday afternoon to visit
Mr. and Mrs. ChurlesMcGuire moved
into their new home on east 5th street
Miss Mabel Anderson returned Wed
nesday from u month's visit in Axtell
Arthur May, of Gothenburg, arrived
here Tuesday to accept a positioning the
Mrs. Andy Liddell visited friends in
Grand Island this week and returned
Mrs. George Roberts came up from
Maxwell Wednesday morning to visit
friends for a few days.
Dr. Beattie, of "University Place, ad
dressed the Junior Normal students
Wednesday afternoon. "
Miss Grace Carpenter, of Curtis,
came up Wednesday to attend the
Misses Irene Hubbard, Pearl How
land and Helen Minshall visited in
Paxton the first of the week.
Mrs. Will Cary, of Omaha, who has
been the guest of relatives for a week
past, will leave for home today.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E Clouse are re
joicing over -the arrival of a baby boy
at their home Tuesday evening.
For Sale A Wardrobe Couch. In
quire at 921 East Third St. or phone
Geo. Likert, of Omaha, and several
other Union Pacific officials, transacted
business at this terminal Wednesday.
James Abbott, Earl Brownfield rind
Dr. Sadler, of Hershey, came down
Tuesday to attend a Masonic meeting.
Secretary Temple, of the Chamber
of Commerce, is making out new mem
bership cards this week for the coming
Mrs. Tel Eppley, of Grand Island,
who was the guest of Mrs. Joseph
Jessup this week, left Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. Specker, of Shcuyler, who had
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Hahler, left a few days ago for Colorado
Mrs. Andy Ryan returned to her
home in Grand Island Wednesday after
a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Fred Weingand. of Omaha,
is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Wendt and other relatives, hav
ing arrived Wednesday.
The Philharmonic Orchestra played
at the Crystal theatre Monday evening
and the concert was considered one of
the best ever given in the city.
Miss Agnes Barrett and mother, of
Lincoln, arrived the firstof the week to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hayes and at
tend the Connors-Powers wedding.
Stationery with your initial 25 cents
per box. Stone Dkug Co.
John Hansen, of Curtis, submitted to
an operation at the P. & S. hospital
this week in which a piece of steel was
removed from his hand by the aid of
George Maion, of Grand Island, ar
rived here Wednesday to take charge
of the picture machine at the Pat theatre.
While here ho will reside with his
cousin Mrs. Joseph Jessup.
Word comes from Mrs. Jeanette
Adamson and daughter Elizabeth, who
left recently for their new home in
Douglas, Ariz., that they arrived
safely and are enjoying the best of
Mrs. C. H. McMullen entertained the
Coteier Club on Tuesday afternoon at
cards. First prize was awarded to Mrs.
Guy Cover and second prize to Mrs.
Ray Snyder. The hostess was presented
with a hand painted plate. A very dainty
lunch was served.
New stocks of groceries or dry goods
to exchange for real property. Write
for full particulars. U. S. Investment
Co., 339 New York Life Bldg., Kansas
City, Mo. 40-4
A New Lino Have
Have you seen the Hull Suitcase
Umbrella. Handle comes off
and tip Unscrews making it short
endugh to go in the ordinary suit
You are invited to inspect the
finest line of Umbrellas in the
Rev. W. S.
Porter spent Wednesday
Mrs. Charles Weir spent Wednesday
in Grand Island.
David Bird, of Tryon, is visiting town
friends this week.
Mrs. Alden visited Grand Island
friends this week.
County Judge Grant issued seven
marriage licenses Wednesday.
Mrs. C. H. McMullen will leave soon
for Perry, la., to visit relatives.
C. W. Home, of Maxwell, visited his
family in this city the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Nugent, of Max
well, spent several days in town this
Russell Bedell left the first of the
week for Chicago to visit relatives in
The Ogalalla ball team have agreed
to play the local nine in this city on
Dr. C. E. Kenybn, of Maxwell,
visited the doctors at the P. S., hospital
this Veek. '
N. S. Purbaugh visited in Wallace
the first of the week and returned
Mrs. Sebastian Schwaitrer left yes
terday morninc for Lodgepole to visit
Mrs. Walter Crook and baby left yes
terday morning for Carroll, la., to
spend several weeks.
Robert and Edward Dickey transacted
businesss in Sutherland and Hershey
the first of the week.
Laura McGee, of Brady, who was
operated upon recently at the P. & S.
hospital, has recovered.
Attorney Muldoon left for Chicago
Tuesday to attend the Republican Con
vention and visit friends.
Mrs. Clara Angeline, of Adrin, Mich.,
arrived the first of the week to attend
the Garman-Lowe wedding.
Julius Hahler and son left Tuesday
evening for Spaulding to attend the
graduation of Frank Hahler.
Floyd A Roach, of, Maywood, and
Miss Bessie Landy, of Welfleet were
married in town Wednesday.
Wm. F. Linnemeyer, of Curtis, and
Miss Lula Wills, of Welfleet, were
married in this city Wednesday.
Mrs. A. S. Coatea and children loft
yesterday morning for Grand Iajand to
spend two weeks with her sister.
Miss Comfort Conway of the Tramp
Dry Goods will go to Neleigh tomorrow
to visit relatives lor several aays.
Mrs. Harry Mitchell and daughter re
turned Tuesday evening from a twq
weeks stay with Omaha relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. William Garman, of
Sutherland, came down Wednesday to
attend the wedding of their son.
Mrs. Sutherden, of Elyria, Ohio, came
Tuesday to visit her brother Ralph
Garman and sister .Mrs. Ed. Ogier.
Leo Pass, who has been attending
Sacred Heart Uollege in JJenver, came
home Tuesday to spend the summer.
Mrs. Roy Cottrell and Miss Flora
Cotterell left Wednesday morning for
Cozad tovisit.relatives for a week or
Sanford McCoy, of Council Bluffs,
arrived tbe first of the week to accept
a position as day clerk at the Union
Dennis O'Brien and Mrs. Cordelia
Douglas were quietly married at the
home of the bride in the Fourth ward
L. S. Macomber, Jr., was operated
on for appendicitis at St. Luke's hospi
tal Tuesday and is reported to be satis
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Kelly of the first ward died the
first of the week and was buried in the
North Platte cemetery.
Mrs. M. E. Frazee, of Huntley,
Neb., visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Owens the first of the week and left
Wednesday for Poison, Mont.
W. W. Scott, Sunday school mission
ary, returned yeserday from Torring
ton, Wyo., in which section ho had been
for a month organizing Sunday schools.
The home of Dr. and Mrs. H. C.
Brock was brightened, yesterday fore
noon by the arrival of a son. The in
terested parties are reported to be
getting along nicely.
Cards are out announcing the wed
ding of Edward Robinson of this city,
to Miss Nettie Wehland or Hntt, la.,
at the homo of the bride on June 26th.
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson will reside here.
The local U. S. land office is sending
out to nearly auuu nomesteaders in tnis
land district, circulars giving the pro
visions of the new three-year home
stead law, and a letter requesting them
to state whether they desire to take
advantage of the new law. Leslie
Baskins is assisting in the addressing
A beautiful afternoon June wedding
occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. McWilliama. Wednesday in the
presence of seventy-five) relntiveB and
friends. 7 "
Tho contracting' parties were MUa
Mao McWilliams and Mr. George Vo
seipka, two of the most popular and.
well known young people of the city.
At five thirty while tho guests
awaited tho arrival of the bridal party
in the parlor Miss Evelyn Daily sang
"0 Promise Me." The interior of, tho
well appointed home was beautifully
decorated with green and gold hearts,
white carnntions And fern leaves and
the Btairway and electric chandeliers
were entwined with asparagus fern.
Miss Minerva McWilliams n sister of
the bride played the wttiding march and
the bride on the arm of her father de
scended the stairs. ,Sho was met in a
bower of ferns and palms bytho groom,
his attendant Mr. Will Voseipka, maid
of hdnor Miss Ethel McWilliams and
Rev. McDaid, tho latter reading the
words of tho marrjge sorvico which
united these two lives.
The bride wore a beautiful gown of
white satin, made entrain and caught
up with pearl ornaments. Tho bodice
was trimmed with shadow laco and
pearl beads. Her voil was held in place
by a wreath of lilios of the valley and
held a shower boquet of the same
flowers. The maid of honor, Miss
Ethel McWilliams, wore a pink chiffon
gown over pale blue messalino and
carried a large cluster of pink sweet
pens and ferns.
The wedding gifts wore displayed in
one of the rooms and included cut glass
silver, china and furniture. The wed
ding dinner was served on small tables
arranged on the lawn and Rorved in
courses by Misses Amy Langford, Lucy
Dunn, Elizabeth Weinberger, Mnymo
McMichael and Orra Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Voseipka left amid n
generous shower of rice and old shoes
for nn extended honeymoon trip to the
Pacific coast after which they will reside
here. This wedding unites two repreS
sentatives of highly respected fam"
ilies in the city and they begin their
married life under very bright conditions.
Receives Marine Chronometer.
Dixon, the jeweler, has just received
a very fine marine chronometer for use
in adjusting watches in tho repair de
partment. This instrument is the kind
of time pieces that are used in watch
factories and on board ships where
the very closest of time is required.
This time piece is guaranteed by the
manufacturer to run within a fraction
of a second variation per week. It is
enclosed in a beautiful mahogany and
brass case and makes an attractive ap
pearance. Many other new and modern ap
pliances have recently been added to
the repair department by Mr. Dixon,
making this part of the store one of the
most completo in the state.
Rev. Chas. Chapman pronounced the
words at noon yesterday which united
in marriage Miss Emily Sales, of Pax
ton, and Mr. Glen Fergerson, of this
city. The wedding was solemnized at
the home of the groom's mother in the
first ward and attended by only near
relatives. The bride wore white silk
under white lace and carried nn im
mense boquet of white carnations.
After partaking of a sumptuous wed
ding dinner the nappy couple left for a
two weeks sojourn in the mountains.
They will reside at the home theprroom
hns prepared on south Pine. The bride
is a popular young school teacher of
Paxton, nnd a stsTexy'ffif Mrs. Harry
Lantz of this city. The groom is a clean
cut young man whb has been employed
as passenger brakeman at this terminal
for two years. . u,
Owners of .Vacant Lots.
All owners of vacant lots are required
under the city ordinances to cut the
weeds on such lots'Onor'before July 3d.
Lot owners not complying with this
notice are notified that if the work
is not done by such date lt will be per
formed bythecity andthecost assessed
against trie property, V
John Sales, of Pnxtori, attended the
Sales-Fergerson nuptlflla here yester
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It Js tho iitnbltloti o ovory Tfithor to soo hl hoy
somo tiny soouroly rixotl In n nloo bti&lnoss, IS!
you snvo monoy l'or no othov purposo, vhy not
hogln now putting inonoy in tlto hnnlc Tor YOUli.
HO S rUTUJUS? Poi-hnpH that smno money
thnt vill sol your hoy up in busnoss will innleo
n comfortable old ago Tor you.
Do YOUR bunking irit7j,
The First National Bank,
OP NORTH JPLATTB, JX15nR;Y&KA.
Tho iZnrrrost JInnlelh VoHtorn Nobrnslca.
Those Skirts at Greatly Reduced
V Prices are Going Out Mighty Fastt
Better Get One Before They
THESE ARE MIGHTY busy days in our skirt section for
our clean up of wool dress skirts at a big reduction from regular
prices is attracting scores of woman daily. Soon the entire lot will
be cleaned out and the woman who hesitated will reproach herself
for allowing such a wonderful opportunity .to slip through her
SUMMER 'MERCHANDISE IS already pushing its way in
and room must be had for its proper display. We positively will
not carry over one skirt to next season and to induce you to relieve
us of them we have marked prices down to wonderfully low figures---saving
that no thrifty woman will be able to resist,
Some of the Best Values Still Remain.
Lot 1 Ladies' Skirts made from
good woolen cloths and in a
good range of colors
Lot 4 Ladies Skirts
minute in both fabric
Have sold readily nt
Miss Mayme Ellen Connors, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Connors, who
live south of town, was married with
nuptial mass at St. Patrick's church
Wednesday morning to William H.
The ceremony wns performed at 7:30
by Rev. MDaid in the presence of
thirty-five relatives and mends.
The bride wore a beautiful dress of
white lace draped over white messaline.
She wore a largo white hat trimmed
with white willow plumes and carried
a shower boquet of whito roses. Her
maid of honor, Miss Agnes Barrett, of
Lincoln, wai attired in pink chiffon
overpink messaline and held pink car
nations. She also wore a whito picture
hat."" The groom was attended by his
brothor Gorden Powers.
After tho ceremony the guests were
,conveyed from the church in automo
biles "to the home of the groom's
Earents where nn eloborate wedding
reakfast was served. The color scheme
of pink and white was carried out in
the docorations of the table and rooms.
The bride is a very attractive and
well liked young lady who has been
successful in her chosen -profession,
teaching in rural districts, and has a
large circlo of friends.
The groom is in the employe of the
Union Pacific, a steady, moral young
man who is fortunate in winning so fair
a bride. A reception waB hold at the
home of the bride Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Powers will bo at homo
to their friends at Tenth and Sycamore
where the groom has prepared a home.
A fine 20 acre fruit farm in Lake
Co., Oregon, and residence lot in Lake
view. This is all clear and will stand
irrigation. Will trade for house vacant
lots or automobile. B. F. Wilcoxan,
North Platte, Nebr., Gen. Del.
Lot 2 Our popular $5 to $7.00
Skirts in 0 largo variety of
styles, are extra rare r -j 1 q
value at ijJ.'lO
Lot 5 Ladies'
that are up to tho
and stylo cC HO
$8 to $10 5D.V0
cloths mado in snappy styles. Some
featuring borders nnd some the popular
slashed effects. Regular $10 c in
to $15 Grades $.40
Mutual Building &
OF NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Paid in Capital and Surplus $462,852.51.
Prospective Building cVLoan borrowers should cnrefullys
investigate the advantages offered by this Association
before doing business with any foreign Building & Loan
Borrowers in this Association save over
cent of the preliminary
associations; have smaller
borrowed; pay a less rate of interest; receive twenty per
cent larger dividends and with the same amount of
monthly payments would mature their loans in a year's
less time; and have a more liberal . contract in regard
to repayments before maturity. Plenty of money
hand at all times to close loans.
T. C. Patau, Pres.
Short Orders a
Drop in the next time and have a trial
of the most up-to-date place in the city
OPEN AliL NIGHT.
Beatrice Cream Separator
Lot 3-Ladies' Skirts
protty mixed cloths
desirable stylo. Havo
sold at $7 and $8...
Skirts in nrettv novelty
monthly dues oh
Samuel Goozee, Secy
Specialty With Us.
500 to 1,000 lbs.
capacity per hour from
$50 to $75
Highest "Market Price Paid for
Poultry1, Leader Incu
bators and Brooders at
North Platte, Neb.
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