The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, September 17, 1912, Image 5
-V a fc St WesPssSb IThe Chafing Provides a charming means of making a Fudge, Newburg, Rarebit or any dainty bite in the rmutt ot a gathering. Most convenient and economical (or frying a steak, warming a soup or pre paring a light menl. "llochester (-haling Duties possess style and hmsh that distinguish them Irom all others. . and the most practical and economic al lamp ever invented. We are now showing some very new and attractive designs and invite .. . . ii --j . jruu iu tun auu Z t 1 sec them. w it iwfflli SOLD BY This Recipe Book wlln every Rochester Chat ing Diih. c Dixon, 1 OR. 0. II. CRESSLER. S 9 o Graduate Dcnlisi. 2 Offce over the McDonald 2 i State Hank, e e u e seoseaoooecioeeoesavaeooa Local and Personal. Miss Bessie Porter left Saturday for Kearney to attend the normal. Miss Alice Fitzpatrick left Friday morning for the Kearney normal. Miss Elizabeth Cramer has been en gaged to direct the Lutheran choir. Miss Helen Kisler left Friday even ing for Kearney to attend the normal. Photographer Alex Brooks left Sat urday for Jtilesburg to visit relatives. Mrs. M. E. Graham returned Satur day morning from a short visit in Denver. W. J. and Hiney Landgraf returned the last of the week from the Dawson county fair. Mrs. George Finn will leave tomorrow for St. Jo to visit with relatives for a couple of weeks. ' Gilbert Peters, who spent the past week with friends in Lexington, return ed Saturday. Miss Grace Adams left for Hastings Saturday after spending a week with Miss Mabel Day. A baby girl was b'orn to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gorham at Grand Island the last of tho week. Wanted Apprentice girl at Mrs. G. S. Huffman's millinery. Keith Neyille returned Saturday morning from Denver, where he at tended the shooting tournament. Mrs. Edgar Chapman, of Aurora, who had been visiting- her sister Mrs. Perry Buchanan for two weeks, left for home Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Beatty, of Brady, who spent several weeks touring England and Ireland, have returned home. They had a very enjoyable trip. Tho new engines recently received are now in service between lorth Platte and Grand Island on trains No. 9, 13, 15, 2, 12, and 18 and aro said to be doing excellent work. 1G0 acres of well improved land 7 miles southeast of North Platte. Inquire of Jos. Hershey. The lady members of the 500 club held a meeting Friday afternoon and organized for the coming season. Mrs. Geo. B. Dent was elected secrotary, and tho initial session will be held at tho Halligan home on Tuesday evening of next week. The club has a member ship of forty. For Rent 4 room house on East 10th. W. B. Ellis 520 E. 11th St. 63-4 Last Tuesday forenoon a thief en tered tho residenco of A. E. Romine at Maxwell and took $700 in bills and several notes from beneath a pillow on the bed. Just auhe was crawling out the window a girl caught him by tho coat tails and ho dropped tho money nml mmin his eBcano. A search was mado for tho thief but he could not bo found. Effective last Friday train No. 13 now comes into this terminal in two sections, instead of being split at this point. Train No. 12 is now split hero and runs as two sections to Omfha. This makos an additional train each way between North Platto and Omaha. In creased traffic mado those trains neces sary. This adds two engine and three train crews oast of here. Miss Pearl Howland loft Saturday morning for Paxton to take chnrge of her school. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Lute,, of Paxton, spent tho week end in tho city with friends. Miss Laura Shilver. of Oahkosh. visited local fiiunds tho, last of the 'week. 1 Mrs. Harry Mooro returned Friday from n two weeks' visit in Colorado and Utah. Miss Margaret Jones returned Satur day from Lexington after a pleasant I visit of two weeks. i D. E. Morrill and W. J. O'Connell spent Friday at the Dawson county fair in Lexington. Mn and Mrs, O'Keefe, of Kearney, are expected soon to visit their son Tim O'Keefe and family. v I Photographer Alex Brooks dislocated , his shoulder in a fall in his gallery the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mis. John Wolback will leave tomorrow for Colorado cities to spend several weeks. Mis Etta Clark left Sunday evening for Chadron to take charge of the tele- phono office in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Ncls Rasmussen and children returned Sunday from a two weeks' visit with Lincoln relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hosier returned Saturday from Denver where the for mer attended the shooting contest. Miss Anna Kramph returned Friday evening from Hastings where she visited friends for a couple of days. Sec the line of Fisk Hats at the Parlor Millinery. Edward Burgner and Harold Duke left Saturduy evening for Ogden and Salt Lake to spend a couplo of weeks. P. H. Lonergan manager of the "Pat" transacted business in Grand Island and Kearney the last of last week. George McMinn and Miss Birdie Evans, of 'Sutherland, were quietly married in this city yesterday by Judge Grant. Charles Schneringer, of Tryon, and Miss Mary Gerken, of Gothenburg, were quietly married Friday by County Judge Grant. Wm. N. Wood, of Cozad, and Miss Anna Ditman, of Gothenburg, were married the last of last week by County Judge Grant. Mrs. J. E. Posey and baby arrived Friday evening from Omaha to join Mr. Posey who is -i charge of the Union Pacific hotel. Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Jackson and baby. of Chicago, arrived here Saturday to visit tho former's brother Floyd Jack son and wife for some time. Mr. and Mrs. John Wood, of Wallace, spent tho last of last week with town friends while on their way home from the fair at Lexington. After spending two weeks with Joseph Schwaiger, Messrs. James Connors and William Kenna, of Omaha, returned home Friday evening. County Superintendent Cleo Chappell is sending out letters to the teachers of the rural schools iru-which is enclosed a list of tho text books to bo used. C. H. Tully, of Alliance, has ordered the J. S. Davis Auto Co., to ship him a carload ofjnew Buick touring cars direct to Alliance to be used on his various ranches. Everybody buying hats at the Par lor Millinery, where you will find the prettiest line at the lowest prices. Mrs. Kate Connelly , of Cheyenne, for many years a resident of this sec tion, visited friends in town yesterday. She has been a guest of her daughter Mrs. A. B. Yates, of Sutherland. Rev. Christie began his work as pastor of the local Presbyterian church Sunday, delivering sermons both morn ing and evoning. Ho was accorded a hearty welcome by the large congrega tion at tho morning service. For Rent Two front rooms for light housekeeping. 514 East 3rd St. Mrs. Susan, Bennett, Frank Bennett and Merritt Bennett, of Dickens, woro in towrf Friday making final proof on their respectivo homesteads. Thev were accompanied by T. T. Padgett and J. M. Fristo as witnossses. While wo were having a sizzle-sozzlo rain in North Platte Saturday, the peo ple of eastern Wyoming and Colorado had the novelty of n September snow storm which covered the ground to the depth of three inches. Following Sat urday's rain the temperature fell con siderably and frost was predicted for Saturday and Sunday nights, but none was visible in North Platte. The lowest temperature Sunday night was thirty nine degrees. SOCIETY NOTES. Mrs. P. M. Sbrcnson will entertain tho Mothers' club tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Albort Schatz will entertain the Indian Card Club on Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. M. Grimes will entertain to morrow afternoon in favor of Mrs. V. T. Berry. The Study Club woro entertained very pleasantly by Mrs. Ray Cunnings last evening. Mis3 Grace Payne has issued invita tions for a kentdngton at her homo on Thursday afternoon. In honor of Miss Hilma Anderson Mrs. John B. Murphy will entertain n number of friends at, cards Thursday evening. Corbin Jones entertained six couples at dinner Sunday in honor of Porter Russell, of Chicago,who is vis iting local relaives. Mrs. C. R. Osgood is entertaining n number of ladies this afternoon in favor of Mrs. Kelso, of Nebraska City, who is a guest of friends in town. - Miss Adele LcDoyt entertained the members of tho Merry Makers club nt a pretty partyon Saturday afternoon. Refreshments were served Miss Janet McDonald entertained sixteen of her young lady friends Fri day evening in honor of her sixteenth birthday. Refreshments were served. Misses Anna Flynn, Kathleen Flynn, Evelyn Daly, Efile Christ and Blanche Fonda will entertain the Catholic Girls' club this evening at the home of the former. Miss Mary McGovern will be guest of honor. The Degree of Honor gave Mrs. James Cunningham a farewell surprise party last evening at which they pre sented her with a beautiful gold lodge pin. A pleasant evening was spent by the ladies who regret very much that so faithful a member of their order is leaving the city. Seventy-five friends and neighbors spent several hours very pleasantly Fri day evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Favoright. Various games were enjoyed and a splendid program of vocal and piano solos and readings rendered. At a meeting of the Baptist aid society some time ago it was sug gested by Mrs. Perkins that envelopes to members and others asking that they write their name on the envelopes and enclose one penny for each lettor in their full name. Tho envelopes wore turned in at the social and the total amount was $34.30. Refieshmentswerc served at the close of this pleasant evening, Mrs. Favoright being assisted by Mrs. J. L. Louden and Mrs. Hansen. Horse Disease Spreading. The fatal horse disease is spreading in Lincoln county, and has made its ap pearance in all sections. Up to yester day Dr. Park, of this city, had learned of twenty-one cases, and of these but ono had recovered, this exception being a colt owned by Fred Payne south of tawn. The 'disease seems to affect animals differently, same living for a week after tho disease develops, others die within twenty-four to thirty hours. Some of tho ' animals dying have beon kept in tho stable and fed grain and hay, so their contraction of the diseaso was not due to the condition of the pasturage. Among the losers iff J. W. Payne who had a brood mare and two colts die. Does the high cost of living worry you? You can reduce it by Ietttng us wash your clothes with pure soap and soft water. DICKEY'S SANITARY LAUNDRY. "Your Bosom Friend." FALL OPENING." Throngs of Enthusiastic and Appreciative Style-Devotees Attended this Suberb Style Exhibition Yesterday THATTHK CRITICAL dressers of this section regard our openings as style events of utmost importance, has been demonstrated time and again, but never so emphatically as yesterday. The throngs that attended yesterday were by far the largest we have ever entertained and on all sides were heard exclamations, of admiration and gratifying praise. i A HIGHLY SIGNIFICANT feature was the libiral purchasing of the new. goods. Although there is usually very little business transacted on Opening Days, the prices we placed on the new styles proved so tempting that most of those -who came only to look remained to buy and bought liberallv. IT IS THE best we have ever held this Fall Openings is. It is COM PLETE, AUTHORITATIVE and COMPREHENSIVE. Thousands' upon thousands -of dollar's worth of fresh, beautiful new Fall pierchandise is on display.? Every dollar's worth carefully selected by our own buyers, from the productions' of the leading manufacturers and importers in the trade market?. The style for Fall are strikingly attractive and we have been careful to select only the latest, most correct and most practical modes of all. IF YOU COULD not come before, come now and be our guest, you are sure to enjoy yourself immensely and you will gain "a fund of style information that will prove very valuable indeed. We Again Extend a Very Cordial Invitation to You to Attend. WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE. William Waltemath has accepted a position in the Electric Light office. Miss Edith Wendeborn left yesterday morning for Brady to spend a week. The Presbytonan Aid Society will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. C. M. Newton. Teacher of Voice Culture. Elizabeth Kalhr-Langston will be in' North Platte, Friday, Sept. 20, begin ning her second year's work as teacher of singing. Prospective pupils leave address at Dixon's Jewelry store. Ask for leaflet. Leonard Redmond has returned from n week's visit with his sister in Lexing ton. Mrs. Harry Fleishman will lcaye in a few days for Omaha to spend a couplo of weeks. Mrs. John States returned tho last of last week from ashqrt visit in Jules- burg with friends. Miss Nora Jeffers, who spent the past two weeks in Lincoln and Grand Island, returned homo Saturday. n . A Dandy In Fiji. Tho stylos In FIJI may not concern us deeply, and of courso wo may not copy any or tncin excepi m a swim ming tank. Still, they have styles. A returning traveler, Interviewed In Lou don, says tho prevailing modo Is two yards of blue Jeans combined with a chintz pattern this for tho men. Tho real pacemakers among the women wear silk pinafores "In town" (mean lng Suva), whereas In tho country there Is no silk and possibly no plna foro. Tho bench Is the proinenndo In the Polynesian Islands, andthorotho trav eler found tho Fijian Uerry Wall. Ho wore trousers and boots, a collar (but no shirt) and a top hat. Naturally, on account of the topper, the observation was mado late In the dny. Chicago Post A Good Enter. When Gustavus of Sweden waa be sieging Praguo a boor of extraordinary nspect gained admittance to his tent and offered, by way of amusing his majesty, to devour a largo hog In his prcseuco. Old General Konlgsmarck. who was In attendance, at once sug gostcd that the man with tho Gargan tuan appetite should bo burned as a witch, whereupon the boor, whose feel lugs were hurt by this observation, ex claimed, "If your majesty wilt but make that old gentleman take off his sword and spurs I will eat him heroic 1 begin the pig" This was acconipa- nlod by such a "hideous expansion of the Jnws and mouth" that the general, though he had given his "proofs" on many a Held, turned pain and lied In continently to his tent. Dempster Co. 'at Beatrice Buys Buicks. The Dempster Mill and Manufacturing Co. of Beatrice haye purchased ten Buick cars for the use of their salesmen and dem onstrators throughout the country. Two years ago they bought soveral different cars of popular make and maintained an accur ate expense account l)f ench. The test was very fair as they did not specialize on any particular item but kept? account of the gasoline, oil, tires, repairs, and labor bill and the number of miles "each car run. As Mr. Dempster says1 "Wc know what we are talking about, we have tried them out, the Buick has the lowest upkeep expense of them all. Now wo are using ten Buick cars and they are giving very satisfactory service." J. S. DAVIS AUTO COMPANY, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. The CRYSTAL lo BH Night n f V- x v.--?. r si j?&di Jd T&t" The most wonderful car in America. More car for your money than any other automobile on earth. Nino times out of ten you would buy a Studebaker if full investigation were mado and that's no josh cithor. Tha Lock Gear Steerage System alono is worth its weight in gold as to safety in comparison to most all other cars in tho market. For sale by J. L. BunKE, Local Dealer. Phono Black 627. PICTURES Aunty's Romance. On the Brink of the Chasm. Pennsylvania State Police Troop "B" vaudeville; White Co. Ventriloquists. 10 and 15C An Odd Moorith Custom. As a people the Moors aro alretul) well Inclined to anything that gilds life. A correspondent hiijh: "Nothing delights them more as a menus of agreeably spending an hour or two than squatting on their heels In tho streets or on homo door stoop, gazing at the piiHxorsby. exchanging compll ini'iitH with their actiualntanecs Na tlve wells' consequently piomcnudo with a ploce of felt under their anus on whle'i to Hit when they wish." Qrowninu. lliounlng had completed a whole volume of vor.so by tho tlmo he was twelve, but his earliest artistic effort was a ilntlng of a cottage and rocks, which ho pnliited at tho ago of two In lead pencil and black currant Jam Julco Plenty of Reason. "I don't hoo why that tuno haunts mo constantly," complained a dull man who wiih always humming. "Uocauso you are fororur immleilng IU" camo Iho epilck reply from Footo Ignorance Is a blank sheet on which wo may write, hut error Is a scribbled ono from wbl"h wo must craso. Ej; In order to make room for our future orders of canned goods which will soon begin to arrive, we will sell for the next fifteen days beginning Saturday, September -14, w,.- cAgH QNLY Cane Sujrar 16-lbs $1.00 Standard Tomatoes 12 cans 1.25 Standard Corn 12 cans .85 Sifted Early June Peas (reg. 15c) 12 cans 1.40 Red Kidney Beans (reg. 2 for 25c) 12 cans 1.10 Bunker Hill Pork and Beans (25c size). 6 cans 1.00 Fancy Red Salmon (reg, 20c) 6 cans 1.00 Blackberries 3 cans .50 Black Raspberries 3 cans . 50 Oil Sardines 7 cans .25 Calumet Baking Powder 1 lb, can .18 Corn Flakes 3 pkgs .25 Good Japan Tea 1 lb .35 Lover's Lane Coffee reg. 35c 2 lb .55 Dinner Party Coffee reg, 30c 4 lb 1.00 Lenox Soap 8 bars . .25 Twenty per cent discount on all Granite, Tin and Galvanized Ware during sale, Anticipate your wants and take advantage of these extremely low prices while they last. REMEMBER THE PLACE. Greeson's PHONE 32. First door south of postoffiee. North Platte, Neb. aswggmaretKicvs liiL-mjgagg?