The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, November 12, 1912, Image 1

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Exquisite Designs in New Cut Glass
There is an attractiveness about Pretty Cut Glassware, with
it pleasant sparkle and its brilliant finish, which combined
with the rare charm of usefulness, never ceases to interest
those who love beautiful things in the home.
For Weddings, Anniversaries, or Birthday'Gifts
nothing is more appropriate than a piece' of
real cut glass such gifts are always appreciated.
Handsomely Cut From Purest Crystal
To all lovers of the beautiful, we direct attention to the new
lot of pretty cut glass which we have just received from the
cutters. This line is doubly attractive because it represents the
very best products of the newer art, while the prices are
entirely within reason.
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Nut Bowl
DIXON, The Jeweler,
U. P. Watch Iniptctor.
4 OR 8
For Your Drugs. Orders De
livered promptly.
Local and Personal. r.
B. G. Sovvles, of Maxwell, spent Sat
urday and Sunday in this city.
Mrs. Mnrcott, of Brady, spent the
last of last week with her daughter,
Miss Nona Marcott.
Julius Plzer left last night for
Chicago, where he will transact busi
ness for a couple of days, expecting
to return home Saturday.
Perry Campbell, of district G3, Ireno
Curtis of district 122 and Agnes Leaf
of district 44, transacted business at
the county superintendent's ofiice yes
terday. Three Greeks were arrested yester
day for stealing coal from the Union
Pacific. In the county court they
were fined $7.50 each which was paid
and the case dismissed.
Christian church congregation at
tention. A congregational meeting is
called for Wednesday evening, which
every member should attend. Things
of importance to all to be passed upon.
J. H, VanCleave, Chairman.
The Nevita club will meet at the
home of Mrs. George Voseipka to
morrow afternoon at one o'clock where
they will take autos for the Quinn
ranch to be the guests of Mrs. Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Hilligan enter
tained at a dtnner patty Sunday in
honor of their twenty-sixth wedding
anniversary. Among the guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Hoxie and Mrs. James
Ware, of Blair. In 1886 Mesdames
Halligan, Hoxie and Ware were brides
in Ogalalla.
Hugo B. Koch, who appears Friday
night an a leading man in "The City,"
is not a stranger to North Platte, hav
ing ployed the leading role in'The
House of a Thousand Candles," and in
"The Port of Missing Men."
He will he remembered as a very strong
actor, and in his present play he is- said
to even be stronger than in nis former
The complete returns from eighty-six
.:. :..;!:,...' . rttnral tv nf 12.(100
for Morehead overj Aldnch, and a
plurality of nearly 10,000 for all the ro
publicans candidates for stats officers
below governor. The vote in seventy
eight counties on president was Wilson
91,480, Roosevelt 06,306, and Taft 50,
674. Congressman Kinkaid's plurality
will exceed 4,000.
Nov. 8th, Brindle Bull Dog. Return to
or notify Dr. Park at North Side barn
and receive rewnru.
Oldest Bank In Lincoln County
State Bank
North Platte, Nebr.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
We Stllclt Your Bualnssa.
Mrs. Wm. Hawley will entertain the
Indian card club this afternoon.
Mrs. John Voseiwka will entertain the
Twentieth Century Club this afternobn.
Mrs. McKnight, of Lexington, is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reynolds.
The young ladies bridge club will be
entertained by Miss Grace Payne Thurs
day. The Methodist aid society will meet
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. A.
Sutherland Hat Bad Fire. .
Sutherland suffered another bnd fire
Inst night, in which five or six frnmo
business buildings were consumed. The
fire orginated from unknown causos
in a confectionery store near the center
of the block and spread to adjoining
uuuuings, uostroying inose occupiuu uy
the Bonham restaurant, Yates clothing
storo, Fred Pieraon's real estate office,
Luckey's clothing storo and the Jorgen
sen hotel. A good part of the stocks of
the Yates nnd Lockey clothing stores
wore saved.
The fire started about 11:45 nnd with
the strong wind blowing, not much
headway could be mnde with the fire
fighting appliances at hand. The loss
will amount to $10,000 or $15,000.
-.A.Foster, of Gothenburg, came up
the first of this week to visit his
brother Frank Foster.
The Christian Aid Society will meet
with Mrs. Andy Lidell, Thursday after
noon, 216 West 3d St.
Mrs. Jacob Pizer, of Hastings, ar
rived Saturday evening to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Pizer for a week or longer.
Remember tho Cafeteria given by the
Ladies guild in the parish house on tho
afternoon and evening of Tuesday, Nov.
The North Platte Kandy Kitchen
has engaged tho service of Mr. Nick
Paulos, of Omaha to manufacture their
home made candies.
Mr. and Mrs. HoytHnrt and daugh
ter, of Paxton, are guests of the latter's
mother Mrs. Lena Salisbury having ar
rived the first of this week. ,
The Ladies guild of the Episcopal
church will hold a sale in the parish
house Nov. 19th of fancy work including
aprons, caps and also many practical
Chester Ellsworth who had been tak
ing treatment at the St. Luke's hospi
tal for some time returned to Hershey
yesterday accompanied by Miss Hazel
C. M. Newton has received the
largest line of holiday goods, dolls and
toys he has ever had for a number of
years. They arc well selected and of
nigh class. 82-2
James Henderson has resumed work
in tho Derryberry & Forbes store after
being off duty on account of illness for
two weeks during which time he sub
mitted to un operation.
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p. m.,
Elder C. H. Millor, pator of the Seven
Day Adventist church conducted an
other baptismal service in the north
Tiver west of the bridge. Elder Miller
reports the church to be in a most ex
cellent condition several having lately
united with the church. At tho Sab
bath morning service ' two professed
conversion and two ithors united with
the church on profession of faith. An
other baptisimal service is planned for
the near future, kider J. w. Chris
tian, of Lincoln, president of the Ne
braska conference of Seventh Day Ad
ventists is expected to arrive some
time Tuesday or Wednesday and will
preach in the church Wednesday even
ing. A most excellent and profitable
sermon Ib expected and the public aro
cordially invited.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mr.
Liles Sunday evening.
J. O. Marsh has accepted a position
in the Osborne barber shop.
For Sale Hard coal heator, prac
tically new. Phone Red 384.
Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Snyder left this
mornimr for Excelsior Snrinirs to snend
several weeks.
r Mrs. uiarence toiietsen, or outlier-
land, is spending this week with her
parents, Mr. find Mrs. George Done
$owcr. WiWanted Girl for general housework".
f2West 4th. Phono 264. tf
Mt-. and Mrs. Cy RuBsollare enjoying
a visit from tho latter's mother who
tame from Omaha the last of last
I issue automobile policies covering
owners against loss or damage occasioned
by fire, transportation nnd theft, also
collision, meaning damage sustained by
the automobile in collision and liability
for damogo to other property Caused by
collision. You know the risk, why not
protect yourseif ?
C. F. Temple, Agent.
Bishop Beecher, of Koarney, during
the past twelve months has driven
20,000 miles in visiting the parishes of
his jurisdiction. Most of this distance
has been made by automobile. That's
an average of 100 miles per day for
200 days, which is going some, but the
Bishop is a wonderfully energetic man
and tireless worker
If you expect to buy a home anyways
soon, now is your time. Property is
sure going up in the Spring, for the
reason that the Union Pacific is build
ing in the west part of town, which
will cause this property to go up and
the Burlington will undoubtedly com
mence work next year, which will cause
property in the south and east end- of
town to go up. Buy now and reap tho
I have several properties, different
locations and sizes, at bargain prices.
See me at once. C. F. TEMPLE.
Belter Roads Needed.
A correspondent at Myrtle writes: It
begins to look as though a good many
farmers of this section will practically
bo forced to do their trading at Stnplo
ton. Land between Myrtle and North
Platte is being bought nndfencod, roads
are being closed and section line roads
arc so rough that it is impossible to
travel them. We nro ubout ns near
Stapleton as North Platte, but have
good roads most of tho way to Staple
ton. The" only reason tlmt most of us
do not trado at Stapleton is because
the market thoro is notcmito so good ns
at North Platte, but with a creamery
now located nt Stapleton farmers can
sell their cream una thereby save the
housewife extra labor connected with
butter making. Our advico to tho busi
ness men is to get busy and open tho
way so tho farmers can reach you.
Here is a New Disease.
Havo youhnd tho "city fevor"?
If you've escaped it you are unique
among your fellows because nt one
time or another, most people uwny
from the bright lights of tho metropo
lis hayo had an attack. Soma recover
without a remedy but a great majsrity,
or at least so it seems, are never cured
without an nctunl residence within tho
zone of the din nnd dirt of tho big city.
And some succeed there while count
less fail. This "fever", mora real than
many fashionable diseases, suggested
to the late Clyde Fitch tho most im
portant of his plays, "Tho City." It
Is a big theme, nnd Fitch deals with it
in a big way. Those who aro planning
to attend the play at tho Keith next
Friday may well look forward to tho
date with Keen anticipation. It is n
magnificient drama and it is to bo pre
sented here by the United Play Com
pany with a big cast and elaborate pro
duction. Tho well known nnd popular
nctor, Hugo B. Kpch, will play tho
leading role, by far the strongest port
of his career.
The greatest announcement over mnde
in the nutomobllo world will be found
irt this week's Saturday Evening Post.
This most popular car in tho future
will have its home with tho Hendy &
Ogier Garage as the ngency Iibb been
transferred to them and in future I will
work with tho abovo firm.
Phne Black 627. J. L. Burke, Agent
Gamble Buys a Buick.
Charles Gamble, of Myrtle, is tho
latest Buick owner. Mr. Gamble has
had considerable nutomobilo experience
and picked tho Buick 25 ns beinsj tho
best and most modern automobile for
the price. : The car wns delivered to
him Saturday.
Lawrenco Carpenter spent Sunday in
Friday, November 15 th,
Absolutely Guaranteed by Manager of Theatre
as the Best Dramatic Booking for 1912-1913.
The United Play Company Present
In America's Greatest Drama
i n c ti.i i 9
By Clyde Fitch
The City vs. The Country," Where was the best in you
brought out.
Mr. Koch has appeared before a North Platto audience in the
"House of a Thousand Candles" und "Port of Missing Men."
Prices $1.50 $1 and 75 cents
Bratt & Goodman loan money on
real estate on two to five years' time
or out of their State Building & Loan
Association payable back monthly,
same as rent; they write fire and other
insurance, including life, in strongest
companies at lovveit rates they rent
houses, furnished and unfurnished
rooms, care tor property in city or
country; they have a few very choice
loans netting 7 to 8 per cent semi
annual interst, nothing better or safer
for your idle money; they buy and sell
real estate, and if you arc looking for
bargains in real estate they have them.
If wanting a square deal, it will pay
you to do business with Bratt & Good
Wtf A Wfinfures' ucks Geese,
IV t Y Ctlli Hens and Springs.
Now is the time to sell Turkeys, Ducks and
Geese. Don't hold until a day or two before
THANKSGIVING, as we must have all our
Turkeys in by Nov. 2 2d. to get them to our mar
kets and after that time our price will go down.
Our prices are
Turkeys fat 8-lb and over 15c a pound.
Turkeys small and poor from 10c to 14c
Old torn Turkeys 10c, Duck gc, Geese 7c.
Mens 8c, Spring Chickens 8c a pound.
North Platte Produce Co.,
North Platte, Neb.
422 W. Front St.
Undertaker Malonoy was called to
Sutherland this morning on professional
Miss Minnto Soirnan left this morning
for Chappol to boa guest of tho Sudmnn
family this week.
Mrs. Mary Allen returned Sunday
evening from Omaha after spending n
weok with friends there.
Misses Sadie Shecdy and Ida MathorB
returned Sunday evening from a shof,t
visit in Omaha.
Con Wnlkor and son will leave next
week for Mitchell where they have tho
contract for $22,000 swor.
Tho Sterling football team will play
tho High School eleven on tho local
grounds Friday nftornoon.
Listen Sheep are shorn
of their pure wool to make
the all wool Goods WE sell
Not only pure woo) but the finest grade of it
goes into the cloth from which our a)-wool gar
ments are made.
This is luhy we can show untisuaY shades and
weaves in our suits and overcoats.
, And then the way our clothing is made is diff ev
ent. They are not sawed out and. siting together by
carpenters of clothes, hut hand-scissored and hand
made by the best tailors xOorking under wholesome,
sanitary condition.
Our prices are no more than our upgrade1 cloth
ing is worths.
520 Dewey St. North Platte, Neb.,
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This means smaller coal bills, and more heat.
See this Stove'in Our Window.
Derryberry & Forbes.