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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1912)
To Command Success
You have noticed many n man
with that nroBperouB and self-satisfied
air, and have thought to your
self, "There is a man who is suc
cessful, otherwise hu could not afford
that gem glistening in his shirt
front, and that beautiful solitaire on
This impresses everyone as it does
you, and you can havo tho same np
poarance with a lesser investment
than you imagine.
Wo would suggest that you call
and allow us to show you our beauti
ful assortment of diamonds, and by
quoting you a few prices you will
readily see that you can also afford
to look prosperous.
Do not forget that n diamond
must be bought from a reliable con
cern, and one that you havo tho ut
most confidence in.
Jeweler and Optician.
S DR. 0. il. CRESSLER, I
S Graduate Dentist. S
J Offico ovor tho McDonald J
Local and Personal.
Tho Presbyterian Aid Society will
moot Thursday afternoon in the parlors
or tho church.
Mrs. F. G. McMlcheal is expected
homo this week from n visit with rela
tives in the east.
Homer Handley will return the last
of this week from a two months' visit
in Dcs Moines, la.
Miss Susio Campbell returned yester
day morning from Omaha where sho
visited. last week.
;'Mr. and Mrs. Lawhoad returned last
evening from Omaha and othor points
in eastern Nebraska.
Mss Alico Birgo returned Sunday
evening from Omaha after visiting with
relatives for ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. Young, of Hastings,
are expected next week to visit their
daughter Mrs. Carl Simon.
Wo regulate your watch no charge.
Clinton, Jeweler & Optician.
Miss Ruby Morrill, of Gothonburg,
spent the last of last week with town
friends and attended "A Modern Evo."
Riley Warren Ieftycstorday morning
for Stapleton where he will havo head
quarters for sovcrnl months.
Misses Alico Chamberlain and Fran
cis Johnson spent the latter of the
week with Gothenburg friends.
Misses Freda Hammer and Regina
Wolkor who spent last wook in Sidney
returned homo Sunday evening.
Mrs. W. J. Tiley rcturnod Sundny
evening from tho eastern part of the
state whore sho spont n few days.
Charles "Ho'ndy, of Denver, visited at
tho Bratt, homa Sunday with his family
who aro spending u month hore.
Pdstoffico Inspector G. II. Dooker
loft yesterday morning for Omaha to
spend a couple of duya on business.
Harry Cramer, who has boun em
ployed in Carpenter, Wyo., for Boveral
months came down Sunday to visit Mrs.
Mrs. Lanning, of Horshoy, roturned
home yesterday morning after spending
several duya with Mr, and Mrs, W. P.
Rnlph Barney, of Kearney, was tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds
Sunday, returning homo yesterday
Miss Gladys Burton, of Sidnoy, re
turned home yesterday aftornoon after
visiting with Miss Mario LeDoyt for a
Howard Meeker, of Lowollcn, who
had been a patient at St. Luke's hos
pital for se-vrirnl "weeks, returned homo
Mrs. Faircliild, of Miller, who was
called hero Inst wook by tho death of
her fathon.tho late E. R. Churchill re
turned home yesterday,
.Fireman James McNeal loft Sundey
forrGrand Island to which citv ho hui
been transferred to take the Grand Is
lan$ and Kearney run.
W. P. $nyxlor loft Friday evening for
Atlanta,', Gn., to attend tho mooting of
tho'Asaoclation of Agricultural colleges'
and experiment stations.
Tho Luthoran Aid Socioty will hold
their annual chickon and waflle supper
and, sale of fancy articles nt tho parish
house onThursdny, Nov. 31st,;ioginning
at & o'clock p. m. .
Mr, and Mrs. Edgar Schiller and
son returned Saturday evening from
Ida Grve.whoro thoy were called n few
daya ago by the doath of Mr. Schiller'B
fnthor. M tAr,
In tho county court Fr(d'nr$ufcrnoon
Stephen Wells, of Brady .'.wn5 was nr-
Tcstod rocently fo- beatingihjsjfo ino
inBonsiuuuy, wuivcu preinwury exami
nation and was bound oyr to tho Do
cumber term oi uistrici cojjrr.
Tho J. S. Davis Auto Cof has just
sold a Model 25, gray and "lilark Buick
touring, car to H. C Andorson of
Dalton,' Nebraska. Mr. Anderson
Btarted homo with his now car Friday
A,' vM.$Ick,o has taken u forty-five
day option on tho GrecnPool hall and
If satisfactory at tho expiration of
that tlmo avlll purchaao Mr. Green's
interest. Tho latter has deolded
todovoto his time to his vauduvillo
play house in Grand Island.
, Rubber! ftubbcr! Goods.
A largo shipment of guaranteed rub
ber goodffnew and fresh, at prices that
will please you.
Rinckdh Book & Dnua Co.
Charles Boguc will go Omaha this
week to transact business for tho B. of
Stovcn LnRue and E. C. Eyarts, of
Ingham, spent yesterday In town on
Miss Bessie Salisbury will entertain
the Phllathua Girls on Friday evening
of this week.
Sonator Smutt, of Utah, went thru
on No. 8 yesterday nfternoon onrouto
to eastern points.
Howard Graham, of Council Bluffs,
visited at tho home of Mi, and Mrs.
Earl Stomp Sunday.
George Schofield, of Lincoln, roturned
homo yesterday after visiting at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ginn.
Mrs. Pollack, of Trinley, la., arrived
heroyesteray afternoon to make an ex
tended visit-with her daughtcrMrs. W.
Mrs. Albert Darling, of Belview,
Mich., who Ib onrouto to San Francisco
wns tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Allen the last of the week.
Tho J. S. Davis Auto Co. has sold
a Reo touring car to Roy Surber. Mr.
Surber intends to build a carrying box
on the. rear oftho car and use it in his
Many farmers around Maxwell are
talking of lighting their homos with
olcctricity from the Maxwell plant.
John Nugent, who lives over a mile
south of thero, is tho first suburbanite
to take advantage of this luxury for a
farm homo and Ib alroady stringing
wires t his place. Brady Vindicator.
George Schiller; an oldrtime resident
of Ida Grove, la,, and father of Edgar
Schiller of ths city, died last week and
the funeral was held Saturday. The
deceased died of apoplexy, with which he
was stricken while working in tho
yard. He leaves a widow, five sons
and one daughter.
Sunday's Omaha Bee said: Bishon
George A. Beccher of Kearney, was in
tho city yesterday with his wife, re
newing acquaintances. His principal
object was to attend tho meeting of
Elks Friday night, when ho was made
a life member of thatorganization.
Tho remains of the late Michanl
Foster, who died at Evanston. were
brought to this1 city Sunday and funeral
services held yesterday morning at St.
Patrick's church. Intcrmentwas made
in tho North Platte comotery. The A.
0. U. W., of which the deceased was a
member, attended the services.
On Nov. 8th at G o'clock at tho .resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glade, 111
South Cedar, street, Miss Bess Hus
band, of North Platto, Neb., was
jointed in marriage to Mr. Galllard K.
Swift, of Harlan, Neb. Rev. L. L.
Lipo pronouncing tho ring ceremony in
the presence of a small company of rel
atives and friends. The happy couple
left on tho evening train for their
future home in Harlan, where Mr.
Swift is clerk in the office of tho county
judge. Grand Island Independent.
That Gandy was to bo withoutobank
only for u short timo was clearly proven
to nil who may havo entertained a
a doUbt when at a meeting held by a
number of our prosperous farmers nnd
merchats it was deslded to establish a
bank with a capital stock of $25,000.
Another mooting will bo held in Gandv
on Saturday. Nov. 9th, nt which tho
necessary oillcors will bo elected nnd
plans of tho organization completed. It
is not Known just how soon tho bank
will bo doing business but backed by
such men it will be in a short timo tho
loading bank of tho county,Gnndy
Tho funernl of tho lato Edwin R.
Churchill wns held Sundny afternoon
from tho residence. Services were con
ducted by Rov. Cram of tho Methodist
church and were very impressive Tho u.
A. R., of which the deceased was a mem
ber, attended in a body and held servi
ces at tho crave. Many friends followed
tho remains to tho cemetery and placed
beautiful flowers on tho tomb. Tno be
reaved family is an aged Wife, daugh
ters Mrs. Thomas Jeffers, Mrs. D. M.
Cntum. Mrs. S. E. Pickrel. of this citv.
Mrs. Fairchild, of Miller, and Hollings
worth, of Aurora, 111. Tho sons aro
CharleB and Will of this city and Harry
of tho U. S. Navy.
Mrs. Jeanette Adamson Dead. i
Word reached the city r'ru'ay after-,
noon of tho death of Mrs. Jeanette
Adamson at Douglas, Ariz., to which
city she moved during the summer.
Mrs. Adamson was one oi worm
Platte's pioneer citizens, widely known
nnd respected by the entire community.
During her long residence in this
city she lived n good christian life and
was over interested in the welfare of
her neighbors and friends. Her char
ities were numerous and her cood
work will live long in tho memory of
all who knew her,
To the sorrowing relatives the deep
sympathy of many friends is ex
tended in tho loss of a devoted mother.
Sho Is survived by three sons, David
M. of Los Angeles. William nnd Alex,
of Douglas, two daughters Mrs. Charles'
v. Jennings, or bt. Liouis., and mso
Elizabeth of Douglas.
interment was made In the Douclns
cemetery beside her daughter Mrs.
Jesse Norton who departed this
life lost March.
MIbs Beryl, of Garfi.hl. spent the
the latter part of the week with town
Philip Pizer roturned to Ocralalla yes
terday after spending last week with
Luther Tucker has resumed work as
reporter for tho Daily Telegraph after
a month's vacation,
W. J. Landgraf spent Sunday In
Gandy and Stapleton transacting busi
ness tor tho Knights of Columbus.
Robert Dickey loft yesterday morn
ing for Lexington and other Nebraska
towns to spend a few daya on business.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Garllsch have re
turned from Omaha and Broken Bow,.
where they spent ten days with rela
All members of the Episcopal guild
aro requested to meet at the parish
house on Thursday afternoon. Business
of importance to bo transacted.
Bring us your old razor blades nnd for
2 cents we will have them resharpened
as good as new.
Stone Drug Co.
Carl Simon has bought from Eliza
beth Richards lot 5 of block 3 of the
Trustee's addition and expects to build
a modern bungalow upon this lot during
the coming year.
Howe & Malonoy aro now negotia
ting for the purchase of tho west
twenty-two feet of the Pat Ruddy lot
on east Sixth street east of the Wilcox
storo. In case tho salo is made the
the firm will erect n store building
thoroon in which to house their stock.
At tho meeting of tho A. O. U. W.
last evening the subject of erecting n
building 00x1152 on thoir lot on west
Sixth street wns considered. The'
Hendy-Ogier Auto Co. has made the
lodge a proposition to ledse the lower
floor for a period of three or five years.
Wm. E. Shuman has just purchased
two lots from Paul Meyer located at
tho corner of fourth street and East
man avenue in tho Trustee's addition,
and during tho coming year expects to
build a modern pressed brick bungaloy
on these lots and occupy tho same ns
his home. ;
Money to Loan,
on furniture, pinnos or any thing of good
vnluo on your plain note if steadily em
ployed; pay, back in small weekly or
monthly payments. Mrs. B. F. Wilcox
son 510 East 4th St. Office in residence,
hourB 9 n. m. to 4 p. m.
Di rBdfieid Infield,
Physlclans'and Surneonr. 3
WILLIS J. REDFIELD. Suritcon.
JOU U. REDFIELD, I'hylclan.
Physicians & Surgeons
. . Hospital . .
A hnnlc ohoolc Is tho way to pay your hills, ho
ojiii.se thyn ytyi hnvo n ohoolc on onoh 1)111. It is
v"yJp. Awi J',o ' coo ii n f s s t tut lgh t whon you
havo your monoy In tlto hnnlc, boonuso tho hnnlc
Icoops your nooounts straight For vou nnd suvos
you nmny hours of ivorl: ami worry. Start n
bunlcuaoouut xrlth us, tmtl yau M'ill soo tho von
vdnioiioo, Untl uVtorwurds, tho nhsoluto A'SCIiS
STTVok" having a hnnlc aovount.
Uo YOUR banking with
The First National Bank,
ThoZ,ui'goiit Jtunlc In 'Wostora JSobraslca.
re? " K
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Willjbe Continued Until
This is a gtat opportunity to secure
winter merchandise at a saving of 20
cents on the dollar.
All goods in the store are offered at
A. IlV .J4W1JL:1 H
. J. PIZER, Proprietor. '"
P. &S. Hospital Notes.
Dr. G. H. Morris, of Oshkosh, visited
last week at the hospital.
Dr. E. W. Fetter, of Brady, attended
to professional busiuess at the hospital
Mrs. N. Larson, of Brady, snbmitted
to an operation the last of last week
and is getting along nicely.
J. W. Henderson who was operated
'Upon a few days ago is convalescing
nicely at the hospital.
, Dr. C. E. Kennon, of Maxwellt was
a visitor at the hospital the last of the
Dr. J. B. Kedfield was called to Elm
Creek on professional business the last
of last week,
Mrs. Baase, of Madison, is a pntient
at tho hospital and at lust reports was
I will conduct a gift shop at 109
weat First street, where embroidered
linen, stamped goods and handmade
Christmas goods con be obtained.
Next .Friday and Saturday will be
opening days. Mrs. J. L. Louden.
Ordinance No. 24.
An ordinance requiring alll persons
who own, harbor, keep or control bull
dogs to muzzle said bull dogs while
running nt large within the corporate
limits of tho city of North Platte, Ne
braska, and providing a penalty for
violating this ordinance.
Be itordalned by tho mayor and city
council of the city of North Platte,
Sec. 1. It is hereby made the duty
of every person owning, controlling,
harboring or keeping any bull
dog to 1 keep such bull dog at all
times, while permitted to run at large
within the corporate limits of the city
of North Platte, securely muzzled in
such a manner that said bull dog can
Sec. 2. Any person owning, control
ing, harboring or keeping a bull dog
nnd permitting the , same to run at
at largo within tho corporate limits of
tho city of North Platte, Nebraska,
without being muzzled, ns provided in
section 1 of this ordinnnco shall be
guilty of a misdenmor, and upon con
viction thereof shall be fined any sum
not exceeding ?5.00 and be committed
until such fine and costs of prosecution-
havo been paid.
Soc. 3. This ordinance shall take
effect and be in force from and after
its passage, approval and publication
according to law.
Passed and approved this Gth day of
H. C. BltocK,
Attest: Acting Mayor,
Seal Chas. F. Temple,
Taken up on my premises 8 miles
northwest of North Platte, Nob., tho
following described cattle towit: one
blnck three year old hoifer and two
red yearling heifers. No brands or
other marks on same.
C. P. Howard.
Having decided to retire from ranching, we offer for sale our
land located near Gannett siduy; all bottom land, consisting of
pasture and No. 1 hay land.
We also offer for sale all our stock, viz: One registered draft
and one registered standard bred stallion and a number of draft
horses and roadsters of all ages, 40 head of Duroc Jersey hogs, of
both sexes, eligible to registry, complete outfit of farming and
haying implements, wagons, buggies, carts and harness of all kinds,
complete set of icing, blacksmith and carpenter tools, all in good
order. We will sell the above implements and tools either singly
or in complete outfits and all will be sold at reasonable prices.
For further information call on or address,
North Platte, Nebraska.
Dine here Today. This Cafe
is the one that will please
your fancy in cleanliness, good
food and service. Prices
Union Realty and Investment Company.
Paid up Capital $50,000. Surplus 50,000.00.
-OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS-
T. C. PATTERSON. President, B. BUCHANAN, Sec'y and Treas.
First Mortgages on Renl Estate Bought, Sold and Negotiated.
This company is prepared to loan money of investors on first mort
gages on real estate, amply secured and drawing eight per cent semi
annual interest. Money so invested will bo exempt from taxation.
North Platte Employment Agency,
J. n. liUKE & to.,
North Platte, Neb.
Room 3, McDonald Block,
rnon. mack oov.
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