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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1912)
of American scien
tists, technicians, men
of affairs, men of leisure,
have chosen the Howard watch.
The first HOWARD was brought
out in 1842 the only American
watch. It had to prove itself the
finest practical watch in the world
had to stand comparison with
the work of the foremost European
Every Howaro It adjusted in in tau, rrlced
nt ihc factory, and a printed ticket attached
from 835.00 to $150.00.
"When you buy a Howard you git lome-
We are distributor! for thii distinctive watch.
We carrv in stock all
grade of our R, R. standard
watches and at the Right
Price. We are taking care of
some of the finest watches on
the U. P. Ry. Let us take
care of yours.
LlintOn, and Optician.
PHONE 4 OR 8
Your Drugo. Orders Do
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KfcAALL and INYAL. T
Local and Personal
'Swan Swanson is transacting business
in Omahn this week.
Con Walker and son Ed left Wednes
day for Denver on business.
Miss Martha Mylander, of Omaho, ia
is visiting relatives this week.
Mrs. Jalnea Snyder in enjoying a visit
from Mrs. Newman, of Sidney.
Mrs. Will Owens and baby loft yes
terday morning for Grand Island.
George McGinlcy, of Ogulnlki, was a
business visitor in town Wednosday.
, Luther Tucker has resigned his posi
tion as reporter for the Daily Telegraph.
Wanted Man and wife to work on
ranch, woman to cook. Phono Cody
Mm. Alex Fenwick left last evening
for Knnsas to visit relatives for a couple
of weeks. '
Dr. Pritchard went to Broadwnter
yeRtcrday morning to spend seYernl
days on business.
Mrs. Jewott, of Washington, D. C.,
-visited Mr. and Mra. James Loudon
the first of-this week.
Otto Thodlecko nnd J. 'J. Halligan
went 0 Lewellon yesterday to attend
the. Garden county fair.
Lost Black Cravanot Overcoat, be
tween Hershey and North Platte. Re
turn to this oillco and receive roward.
After visiting three weeks with Mr.
and Mn. E. W. Mann, Mrs. Hollbwdny
left Wednesday for Denver.
Sam Wostfall, of Kearney, arrived
hero Wednesday to visit his brother
Mac Wostfall for n fow days.
YcBterday afternoon Rev. Porter
married Miss Mayme Largcnt nnd John
W. Campbell, both of Paxton.
Frank Uork and daughter Hazel woro
called to Colorado Springs .yesterday by'
tho illness of Miss Callio Rork.
Joaeph Weeks returned to tho Sol
diers' homo at Grnnd Island yesterday
after spending a few days with town
Fordinnnd Streitz, Will Urodbeck
and Raymond Tlgho went to Lexington
yesterdny morning to bring up tho
W. J. Hcaley, of Bradford, Pa.,
spent Wednosday with Edward Good
man looking over his real estate in
Miss Margaret Millington returned
to Kearney Wednesday evening, having
terminated n visit with Mr. and Mrs.
yantlno's Kutch, Sandalwood and
Oriental odors aro tho best pcrl'umo
and toilet luxuries.
j, RiNCKEH Book & Dituo Co.
License to wed was granted in Om
aim Wednesday to Martha E. Fleming
of this city and W. It. Osborne of
Just received a car of cabbago nt tho
NoTth Side Produce Store, $1.50 per
hundred. Bettor got your cabbage
while you can.
Mr. and Mra. E. A. Gary loft Wed
nesday nightor Missoula, Mont., in re
sponse to a telegram stating that their
son Robert was aoriously ill.
iU: and Mrs. Nnnos, of tho North
'Platte Kandy kitchen, nro rejoicing
over the arrival of a baby boy whih
waa born Wednesday evening,
Clarence Tollefscn, of Sutherland,
visited town friends Wednesday.
Piatt White transacted business in
Lexington the first of the week.
Father Haley, of Lexington, nrrived
Wednesday to visit Rev. P. McDaid.
Earl Davis returned Wednesday
morning from nn extended visitin Port
land. Itey. T. D. Sullivan, of Elm Creek,
spent the fust of this week with Rev.
Miss Vnunitn Hayes returned Wed
nesday from n short visit in Grand
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Carson left Wed
nosday evening for Omaha to spend a
Jay Hollingsworth was in the city
Tuesday and droye home in a Model 2i
Pat Roddy will loave early next
month for Sibley, In., to visit relative
Mr. and Mrs. George Mang left at
noon Wednesday for Hot Springs to
spend a fortnight.
Mrs. Orin Garrison and children in
tend to go to Omaha in the nenr future
to spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cook went to
Omaha Wednesday to remain for a
week or ten days.
Andy Crawford, of Scotts Bluffs, was
in tho city Tuesday and drove home in a
Model 25 Buick car.
Mrs. Herman LeDoyt left Wednesday
morning for Sidney to visit relatives
nnd friends for ten days.
Rev. and Mrs. Wilson, whd attonded
tho Methodist conference, returned to
Mrs. C. E. Beeder nnd children left
Wednesday morning for St. Louis to
spend n month with relatives.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Reynolds nnd
son will leave shortly for Omaha to
visit friends for a week or longer.
Attorney Jamea Mothersnid has re
turned from a pleasant two weeks' visit
at ColorauVpoints of interest.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Richards left
Wednesday morning for Chicago to
spend several weeks with relatives.
James Grace, of Cheyenne, formerly
of this city, Bpent the first of the week
with town friends while enroute east.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Scharmann and
children left Wednesday for Missoula,
Mont., Portland nnd other points west.
Messrs. Howe, Kidwell and Woods,
of Wallace, who spent the fore part of
the week in town, went home Wednes
JuBt received a car of cabbage at the
North Side Produce Store, $1.50 per
hundred. Better got your cnbbage
while you can.
Fred Warren left Wednesday for
Gothenburg to deliyer an address to the
Rcbekah lodge at their sixty-first an
Mrs. Christie, of Nampn, Idaho, nr
rived horo Wednesday to visit her aunt
Mrs. J. F. Clabaugh while enroute
home from Minnesota.
M!bs Leah Jenkins, of Milton, Pa.,
who had been the guest of Miss Lena
Basking, for several weeks, left for
homo Wednesday morning.
The Ladles Guild of tho Episcopal
church will hold a sale of pies,
cakes, cookies, etc., tomorrow after
noon at the Schatz storo.
Just received a car of cabbage at tho
North Side Produce Store. $1.50 per
hundred. Bettor tret vour cnbbace
I while you can.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tarkington' and
children left Wednesday morning for
Omaha, Kansas City and other points
to Bpcnd n couple of weeks.
New lino of fancy hand painted and
burnt leather goods just received.
Rinckuu Book & Diiug Co.
Mr. nnd Mra. II. W. Andrews, .of
Bnkersville, Cal., who had been guests
of tholr daughter, Mra. M. E. Board
man, loft for homo lnat evening.
Mrs. Cnrnio Smith, who had spent
tho summor in New York, camo Wed
nesday evening to make an extended
visit with her son Georgo Smith and
Judge Grime?, Supt. Snyder nnd W.
W. Burr of tho experimental farm, and
sovornl others wont to Flats Wednes
day to attend the corn festival and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carpenter, of
Roosevelt, Ariz., nre the parents of a
baby boy, born Wodnesdny at tho P. &
S. hospital. Mrs. Cnrpentor was Miss
Gertrude Waldman. of this city.
Rov. Gnither, suporinfendent-elect of
the North Platte district of tho Metho
dist church, camo up from Lexington
Wedncsdny to look up n house. He
will move his fninily here next week.
Jnko Loudon, formerly of this city,
nrrived here Wednesday morning from
Omahn with a bride. The latter was
formerly Miss Millie Adler, of Omaha.
Mr. and Mra. D. K. O'Brien, of
Norfolk, who wero mnrriod Tuesday in
Grand Island, spent a few days this
week with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Buch
finch while enroute to' Salt Lake on
their honeymoon. 'Mrs. O'Brien was
Miss Julia Hansjosten, of Grand Island,
sale $15 to $25.
Ex perimental Sub-station
Local and Personal
Mrs. V. Padget went to Paxton Tues
day to visit friends.
A social dance will bo held at the
Lloyd opera housd.this evening.
Mrs. Ella Huxoll will entertain the
Club No vita on Wednesday nfternoon.
James Hartman returned Tuesday
evening from a short visit in Lexing
ton. Undertakor W. It. Maloney made a
professional call to Tryon Wednesday
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. A. Austin left
Wednesday for a month's visit in Fall
Mrs. H. D. Baugh left Tuesday for
Wyoming to join her husband who left
here a month ngo.
Charles Sholtzer, of the Western
Union office, spent a few days of this
week in Cheyenne.
Pete Hnrrington returned to Denver
Wednesday evening after spending a
week with relatives.
Moso Harrison returned to Sidney
Wednesday after spending a week here
with Dick Stegman.
1G0 acres of well improved land 7
miles southeast of North Platte. Inquire
of Jos. tlershey.
Charles Lierk ia expected home to
night from a month's visit in eastern
cities with relatives.
Miss Ethel Fryo enmo home Tues
day evening from Grand Island where
she spent two days.
Mesdamec John Singleton and L. C.
Hastings went to Grand Island Wed
nesday to spend a few days.
J. A. Davis, of Lincoln, who visited
his uncle Edward Dayis and other
friends, returned home Tuesday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walker moved
from East Fifth street into one of the
Walker house on west Front street
Albin Sandall, who has been attending
the Physician & Surgeon3 hospital in
Chicago, came homo last evening to
Charles Tighe, Francis Sandall, Roy
Banks, Ernest Rincker and Don Cla
baugh returned Tuesday evening from
a ten days' hunting trip near Tryon,
Everybody buying hats at the Par
lor Millinery, where you will find the
prettiest line at the lowest prices.
A white frost was visible Wednesday
morning and during the night the tem
perature dropped to thirty degrees.
Out in the country the frost "cooked"
vegetation to some extent, but hero in
town little damage resulted.
Hurry Stevens, republican nominee
for representative, returned Sunday
from n three weeks' visit at his old
homo in Connecticut. Politics in that
stato seemed more lively than they nre
Five room cottage with bath room,
electric Jights, basement, hot air fur
nace, nice lawn, located at 817 East
5th St., for sale at a bargain. Price
$2350. Cnn make terms.
Tho Free Methodists of the North
Platte district will hold their quarterly
conference in the court house commen
cing Thursday evening nt 8 o'clock and
continue each evening, closing Sunday
night. District Elder presiding. All
Frances Louise Wilson, of Nesbit,
died nt her home Tuesday evening of
old age. She was sixty-live years, nine
months and three days. The remainB
wero taken to Coznd yesterday morning
for burial. Mra. Wilson was the mothor
of Messrs. Charles nnd BertHildebrand,
S. M. Johnson, of Omaha, brought
in a bunch of Innd buyers last week.
Tho land business has been dull for
over two yenr.s but Mr. Johnson says
ho thinks it will soon change. He
clnima he has sold moro land in Lincoln
county the past twelve years than all
Lincoln county agents put together,
Anyone desiring to sell his farm should
seo him. He says he may locate hero
in North Platte in the near future.
Wilcox Department Store
'Showing Off tho Author.
One- day the Hev. Mark Guy Penrao,
In a tramp through Cornwall, came to
a little villus- In which n ten meeting
waa going 011. Mr IV11r.se entered tin
little chiipt'l mid Joined In the tea. lie
was, In tin most uiieierleal of fostiiines.
which was 1111 act of sense 011 his part,
but during the progress of ten one or
two of the "lenders" iiiiiiinged to recog
nize li liti. ylici('iMiii one of them ap
proached til tu and said In 1111 anxious
"He you Hie Rev. Mark Guy I'earseV"
"Yes I lie." lie answered.
"I thought 11s bow you was. Now.
do you see. we want to raise 11 little
money, and 11 thought have struck us
Do 'eo Just tome out quiet like and say
nothing to nobody, mid then ,we wilt
put "eo In the vestiy. and we will go
Into the chapel and say. "The Itev
Mark Guy 1'enrse. author of "Daniel
Quorum," Is In the vestry nnd can he
seed at threepence each, the proceeds
to go for the good of the cause." Lon
The Top Hat In Sculpture.
Tho statuo of Alfred do Musset.
placed some years ago at Neullly, Just
outside the Porte Maillot (Paris), rep
resents the poet In the outdoor cos
tumo or hW epoch, holding 11 silk hat
In one hand. Personally I lntinltely
prefer this "dandy Musset" to tti"
huge and eiimbersoiue group outside
tho Comeille Krancalse or the enor
rnous composition In relief 011 the
Cours-lii-Ri'lne Musset Is perhaps the
only ludh idual eertnluly the only
poet who has three statues In Paris.
The most remarkable effort in this
line which I have noticed is the largo
equestrian statuo of Mr. Sawbrldge In
front ofthe principal entrance to Olnu
tlgh towers, near Wye. Kent. 1 fancy
tie was a lord mayor, and. sented on a
prancing steed, he Is holding an early
Victorian top hat about eighteen Inches
In front or his brow. A tight frock
cont completes the tout ensemble.
London Notes and Queries.
One Didn't Count.
A local offleinl. at a dinner In Phila
delphia, praised the Quaker City ar
dently. 'I must even praise." lie said with a
smile, "our escluslvenesH wo carry It
so far. you know Itlrth Is not enough
with us: residence Is equally impor
tant, and they who live above Murlw.'
street are doomed. Here, surely. Is
exeluslenes with 11 vengeance.
"They tell u story iibout n dinner In
Itlttenhnuxf square. At tills dinner, as
the tlsh eoiir.se began, one womnn
whispered to another:
'"Deni me. there are thirteen at
"But the other womnn smiled und
" 'Compose yourself, my dear Mrs
Cadbiddleder Waddle. Mrs. North
Broad Is not renlly one of us. She Uvea
uptown, you know.' "Exchange.
Weather forecast; fair and cooler
tonight with frost or freezing temper
ature, Saturday fair. Highest tem
perature yesterday 77, a year ago 70;
lowest temperature last night 44, a
year ago 48.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Stackhouse re
turned yesterday from a visit in the
eastern part of Iowa.
The Two Battles.
The Luck of Reckless
Patterson's Trifling Non
sense. 10 and 15C.
Take a look at the line we
are'j showing, Clever Style,
servicable garments and
moderate prices are all com
bined in this season's showing.
ED. J 'VAN DERHOOF,
the most popular and best known clothing man
in western Nebraska. He sells the best and most
reliable lines of merchandise in western Nebraska.
Operates the largest and best equipped store for
men and boys in western Nebraska. He sells
GOOD MERCHANDISE CHEAPER than any one else
in western Nebraska. He wants everybody's trade
more than any one else in western Nebraska.
Why should you not trade with him at the
Star Clothing House.
The Show That's Different.
Coming on our Special Railroad Trains of Twenty-Five
Double Length Cars.
WILL EXHIBIT AT
Two Performances, 2 and 8 p. m.
Big Three-Ring Wild Animal
350 Animal Acts 350
African Lions Ride
Herds of Elephants, Zebras, Sacred Cat
tle, Artie Sea Lions.
25 Lions, Tigers, Leopards, Pumas, Jaguars,
all in Big Steel Arenas, Under the Direction
of Famous European Lady Trainers.
3 Military Bands. Monster Tents.
Free Street Parade at 10:30 a. m.
Rain or Shine "
North Platte, Fr.id.ay, Oct. 4
Savage Beasts EJ
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