The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, September 24, 1912, Image 1

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ACI Fi-.m x ill catch
von, it ! can. But
he ain't i.i one of our
luxuriously - Comfortable
$15 t'$48
For these Wintor-Warmors arc
fashioned out of closely-wovon
all-wool fabrics.
They are hand-tailored with a
nicety of detail and relinementof
finish that make them the im
pressive coats you will see in any
assemblage of well-dressed men.
Your money back, if the coat
isn't right is the meaning of the
Iurschbaum guaranty given with
these coats.
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Mrs. Sillin, of Arapahoe, is expected
this week to visit Mr. and Mrs. John
Den while enroute to California to
The women's missionary society of
the Presbyterian church will meet in
the study Friday afternoon at three
Miss Mame Gorham, of Grand Island,
who has been visiting her sister Mrs.
W. A. Buchfinch. will return home to
morrow evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Garlick, of Cincinatti,
who had been visiting their daughter,
Mrs. C. F. Chapman, left last evening
for Oregon to visit their son.
Attorney L. E. "Roach has leased one
of the front office' rooms in the new
Morsch building and will move from his
present location next week.
After spending his vacation with rel
atives, Albin Sandall will return Satur
day to the Physicians & Surgeons
college in Chicago to enter upon his
second year.
The fire department was called out at
three o'clock this morning to extinguish
a fire at the McGowan home on east
Fifth street caused by the explosion of
a kerosene lamp. The damage was
Harry Barraclough was brought here
Sunday from the Cheyenne hospital
and will take treatment from local
physicians at the P. & S. hospital for
injuries received several months ago at
The Doolittle bakery, which will take
possession of the Morsch building Oc
tober 1st, has installed a bake oven
with a capacity of 350 loaves of bread
at one baking, and one heating of the
oven will serve for three bakings. Tho
oven, which is lined with sand, weighs
eighteen tons. New counters and shel
ving for the store room were received
Local and Personal
Mrs. Alex Fenwick leaves tonight for
a six weeks' visit at points in southern
Attorneys George Gibbs and J. S.
Beelor transacted legal business in
A soldiers' special running as second
section of train No. 16 went through
from Denver to eastern points this
Mr. Kellogg, who has been a guest
at tho Halligan home for two weeks,
will leave tomorrow for her home in
Nebraska City.
Charles Temple has rented tho office
room now occupied by Attorney L. E.
Roach and will move thereto in the
near future.
Miss Edna, of Chicago,
leaves tomorrow for Colorado Springs
after a week's visit at the home of her
uncle, F. W. Rincker.
Adam Sensel, who was in from Gar.
field yesterday, says there has been
but two deaths from the horse disease
in that section, and no new cases are
The Esperanto Association will hold
its regular meeting tomorrow evening
at 7:30 in the public library room. The
public is cordially invited to any of
these meetings.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gibb3, who have
been spending the summer with their
daughter Mrs. W. J. Stuart, leave to
morrow for St. Louis where they re
main during the winter.
Local friends received word Sunday
that George E. Ferrell, grandfather
of Dr. Siebert of Sutherland, died in
that city Sunday morning at the age of
ninety years.
The annual election of officers .of the
Business nnd Professional Men's Asso
ciation will be held in the lecture room
of the library building Wednesday
evening, Sept. 25, at 8 o'clock. All
members of the association are urged
to be present. H. L. Greeson, Pres.
Conductor Arch Howard lays claim
to having lived in North Platte a longer
peWod of years than any perspn now a
resident of the town. He was born
here forty-three years ago, and has
been a continuous resident since. Arch
stands ready to defend his title to being
the pioneer kid of North Platte.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fikes, of St.
Louis, arrived in town yesterday after
noon and will visit friends for a few
days.' It is needless to say that tho
friends of theao former North Platte
people are mighty glad to meet them
again, for while residents of this city
they were extremely popular. Mr.
Fikes is engaged in business in the
Missouri metropolis and is doing well.
It is a scource of regret to their friends
that their visit here will be for so short
C. F. Temple will sign Your Bond for
tho Maryland Casualty Company, ol
Baltimore, Mr.
Tho funeral of the late Joseph S.
Clinton was held from the Church of our
Savior on Sunday afternoon. Tho
church was filled with sorrowing friends
of the deceased who extend their symp
athy to the bereaved family. Floral
emblems and heaps of flower sent by
loving friends were banked on the
casket. The Masonic Lodge attended
in a body and held very impressive
services at the grave. Interment was
made in the North Platte Cemotory
besides his wife and son who died
several years ago.
The cheapest bargain ever
offered. A new four room
house with bath, etc. Lo
cated in west end. Just the
place for a railroad man.
Only $1,100.00 if sold this
week. Bratt 8c Goodman.
It's Getting Hard to Get Up
Our Alarm Clocks Makes it Easy.
DIXON, The Jeweler.
C. J. Pass Wins Tournament.
Fop the past two weeks tho athletic
mombers of tho Knights of Columbus,
havo been engaged in a tennis tourna
ment. Tho first, second and third
rounds were well contested and the
following players qualified for tho semi
final: F. Gleason vs. Albert Schntz, winner
Chas. J. Pals vs. Joo Schntz, win
ner Pass.
The game between Pass and Schntz
was tho most exciting one of tho whole
tournament. At one time the game
stood 5 to 2 in favor of Joe. Charlie
then rose to the occasion, and by play
ing really brilliant, pulled the game out
of the fire and took thp set. Scoie
8 to G. f
In the final, C J. Pass won two
straight seta 6 to 3 and G to 3 from
Albert Schntz and is now the possessor
ot n beautiful tennis racket.
Temple Getting His Share.
Sunday evening Dr. Twinem had his
car filled with gasoline and then asked
the boy at the garage to light his tail
light. As a result Temple (who carried
his auto insurance) has to buy him one
new tire and have the car repainted. Ho
thinks he is quite lucky at this, how
over, as it took, two chemical fire ex
tinguishers to save the car.
Last night tho McGowan property on
east Fifth streqt caught fire from a
lamp exploding. Temple pays the loss.
There is nothing like holding one of
Temple's many forms of policies of
insurance, so that he will havo tp pay
for your bad luck.
Habits of the Moose Family.
A thoroughbred bull moose is master
of tho herd for two terms, lie is then
relieved by tho younger and more
vigorous bulls.
A genuine bull moose knows
when the herd has enough of him and
wanders off into pleasant valleys with
the old cows and young calves und does
not pretend to run the herd. A
thoroughbred bull moose knows how to
behave. '
For Rent,
f 6 room house with toilet, bath and
lights. Close in. $22.00. Other houses,
unfurnished rooms, storage room and
safe deposit boxes.
Bratt & Goodman.
The Farmers Alfnlfa Milling Co of
Hershey have instituted a suit against
Harry E. Worrell president of the
Sutherland State Bank to recover the
sum of $10,000 in the District Court of
this county. It appears from tho
petition on file that through Mr. Worrell
tho alfalfa mill was insured intne sum
of $10,000, the risk being accepted by
four Philadelphia companies. After
the mill burned these companies proved
to be insolvent and the object of the
present suit is to recover as damages
for falsely representing that these com
panies were substantial.
For salo good barn well painted with
hayloft. Size 15x2GJ. Dorryberry &
Don't forget to talk over the planW
the Nebraska Central Building & Loan
Association with district agent, C. F.
Temple, if you aro going to build or
improve your pioperty and will need a
little financial assistance to do so. You
will like their plan best.
You will want one. See our "Pinkey
finger rings" Sterling silver. 35c each.
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Mc Abee form
erly of this city aro visiting friends
in town while enrouto to Lawcllcn from
Brady, Mr. Mc Abee having been
transferred to that place.
Albert Van Trot is enjoying a visit
from his brother who is enroute to
Omaha from a visit in western points.
Mrs. Clarence Dustin was called to
Horshey Sunday by the illness of her
father Mr. Hollingsworth.
Mr. nnd Mra. Ike Howard left this
morning for Chicago to visit friends
for a few dayB before going to Cali
fornia to make their home.
Relinquishment of 120 acres of farm
land, IZ miles from town. R. B. Reid.
Claude Selby will leave Saturday for
Chicago to finich his course in the
Physicians and Surgeons medical school.
Mrs. Will Cary, of Omaha, is visiting
her sisters in this city while on her
way home from a visit in California.
Mrs. Arthur Salisbury returned Moh
day evening from a month's yisit-with
relatives in eastern Iowa.
James Baker is expected heme this
week from an extended visit with rel
atives in Portland, Ind.
The Club Nevita will bo entertained
tomorrow afternoon by Mrs. Ella
Huxoll at 2:30,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith loft yes
terday for Kansas City to spend a
' couple of weeks.
Local and Personal.
If looking for the best and cheapest
life insurance see Bratt & Goodman.
Miss Vera Bunting nnd John Hall
will be married at tho homo of the bride
Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mra. Roy Spurrier will leave
tomorrow evening for Salt Lake City
to spend a fortnight.
For Sale Hard coal burner. Dr. W.
F. Crook.
Mrs. Harry Barraclough and baby
returned from Cheyonno whore sho wan
called by her husband's illness.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mullen and
sonof Terro Htuito, Ind.-, are the
ginsts of Mr. nndMrs. J. J. DoRolfe.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Archer, who
wore married at Memphis, Tonn., last
week, arrrived in the city last evening,
nnd will remnin lime for a couple of
Weathor Forecast Rain or snow to
night, colder tonight, fair Wednesday.
Maximum temperature yesterday 74; n
year ago 71. Minimum temperature
last night 44; a year ago 44.
Insurance against fire, lightning,
tornado and cyclone in best old line
companies at lowest rates by Bratt &
Tho Rebekah kensington will bo held
at the I. O. O. F. hall Friday afternoon
to which all members and friends aro
invited. Beginning nt 4:30 a fifteen
cent lunch will be served.
"The Rose of Panama" plays a four
night stand ut the Boyd in Omaha be
ginning next Sunday evening, and then
comes here for a performance on the
evening of October 4th.
A company of a half dozen colored
people gave an entertainment at the
Keith last evening that might pass
muster as a vaudeville at a ten cent
picture show, but not of sufiicientjmerit
to warrant a fifty cent reserved goat
Bratt & Goodman loan money on
real estate, They also offer to investors
some extra choice first mortgage loans
netting 7 per cent and 8 per cent semi
annual interest. Nothing better nor
safer for your idle money.
The company producing "A Romance
of tho Underworld," was lato in roach
n g town Friday evening and it was
9:.10 when the curtain went up. The
audience was small in numbers, tho
receipts being about $200. The play
is fairly strong and was well inter
preted by the company.
The Union Pacific has opened up
eleven miles more of double track be
tween Wier, Colo., nndChappell, Neb.,
thus making a continuous double track
line of 387 miles from Omaha to a point
four miles west of Julesburg, Colo.
The grading has been completed, the
culverts finishoJ, the ties distributed
and tho rails on the ground for tho
second track from Chappell, Neb., to
Pino BJufT, Wyo., a distance of 473
from Omaha. Bee.
Who Savs Real Estate is Not Moving?
Allen Chamberlain proporty on west
Second sold to A. Coolidge. Christ
Paulson property on west Seventh
sold to Max McGrew. ''Both of the
above sales mpde last week by C. F.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
jamin Masters, on East Second street,
tho little son of Clyde and Eva Masters,
Raymond Dayton Masters, born Dec.
31, 1911, died Sept. 15th, 1912, aged
one year, 8 months, 15 days.
Little Raymond thou has left us,
And thy loss we greatly feel.
But 'tis God who has bereft us,
Ho can all our sorrows heal.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our gratitude to
the many friends who assisted us dur
ing the illness and death of our darling
boy, also for the floral offerings.
' Clydk and Eva Masters.
To -Night
Pennant Puzzle.
Mc kee Rankins 40.
The Foster Child.
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The above photo Stands for quality, price and;
a square deal. This is the store and this is the
man that gives you more for your money than any
other store in western Nebraska. If you don't
want to pay a big
price to be well
dressed buy a suit
or overcoat of us and
pay us $17 for it
and look like a 0SQ dressed man.
Earl Dnvia returned to Portland last
evening after spending n wtvk in the
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Elliott U'ft Sun
day for Brady to visit rolativus for a
week or moie.
Mra. Will Owens and baby returned
Sunduy evening from a short visit in
Vroman with relatives.
Miss Esther Antonidos spent Sunday
with tho home folks and returned to
Horshey Monday morning.
Mrs. George Hegg returned to Lin
coln this morning having visited Miss
NornJofI'er8 and other friends for a
The Lutheran Aid Society will bo
entertained by Mesdames Collagen and
Jackson at the parish house Thursday
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children wfA
i: isyoujr duty
Tho man who loos not I'ltOTllCT his family
from tho hardships If ho should die, doos not
dosorvo n. family. Tho llltST DU1 V of any solf
rospootlng man Is to hnnlc somo monoy nfriiinsi
doath or slo1cnoss or any tinloolcod-for calamity
that may hofall him. li'ytm havo not roalixod tliis
hoToro, think It ovor now. A.ttd hy, a fow slight
saorlfloos on your part, yon can start a hnnlc:
nooount that will oomo in hnntly to yon anil
YOUlt 1AM1L1 somo day.
Uo YOUli. hanking with
The First National Bank,
Tho Tarfrost JJanlc in "Wostom Nohrnska. '
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Ed Redden will go to Staploton to
morrow to attend tho Fronteir Cele
bration. The most wonderful car in America
More car for your money thnn any other
automobile on earth.
Nino times out of ten you would buy
a Studebnker if full investigation wore
made and that's no josh either.
The Lock Gear Steerage System
alone is worth its weight in gold as, to
safety in comparison to most nil 'other
cars in the mnrket. For sale by J.' L.
Bukke, Local Dealer. Phone Black C27.
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