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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1912)
Big Sale of Lots.
Yesterday was nota . Jieavy business
day in town other than at the Temple
renl estate ollice, Whore sixty-seven
lots in tho Cody Addition wore Bold to
different parties. From the sales mado
yesterday and the inquiries mado from
other probable purchasers, the indica
tions are that tho Cody Addition will
prove tho most popular one yot mado
to tho town.
For the Investor.
Br&tt & Goodman have a few choice
first mortgage loans in funis of $300
and upwards, tunning two to five
years time, netting 7 to 8 per cent
semi-annual interest. Nothing safer
for your idle money. See them.
Thro will be initiation services in
tho Eastern Slav Thursday cv'uning.
All visiting members are invited to bo
present. Lunch will be served.
w Only Fourteen Days Until Christmas. H
No piece with
out this Trade
Mark on It is
Our Cut Glass is of the finest
American cut. - Some very special
prices in bowls and Water Sets.
See our elaborate display this
week. They are a safe investment
and their value increases every year
We do our own diamond mounting
in our own shop.
Clocks of every description they
make gifts the whole family enjoy.
Our line was never so complete.
Give him or her a Rood watch. It
is a compliment, Our watches are
the best makes and thoroughly dependable
See Our Slaow Wixaclo-ws
Our Novelthy Department is simply full of new' and novel articles suitable for all; people. Things that are unusual and yet useful has
been our aim in buying. if
We want you as a visitor whether you intend purchasing or not. You will find it a genuine pleasure to do your shopping here.
Local and Personal.
Sixty-seven lots sold the opening day
Who Bays Cody's Addition is not selling.
Every child will have an equal chance
in Dorryberry & Forbes free present
Visitors from Wallace today are
James Howe, A. Howe, Mrs. A. Campi
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of Omaha,
arrived here this morning, being sum
moned by the illness of their daughter,
Mrs. Ernest Rolland.
1 would rent my furnished home
during January, February and March.
W. V. HOAGLAND.
People in the country as well as in
the city are buying lots in the Cody
Addition. They are going fast so don't
delay. Buy today. Call Templo over
the phone, and he will send a car after
Hon. Frank A. Harrison and party,
of Lincoln, Neb., leave for Guatemala
and Honduras Dec. 15th on a scientific
trip making collections for Nebraska
schools and museums. A card received
from Mr. Harrison assures us that
North Platte high school will receive
specimens for their cabinet and
museum from this expedition.
Notice. i - -
To all North Platte school childron,
Saturday, Dec. 14, from 2 to 3 p m.,
we will give away $50.00 worth of free
presents. All children invited.
DEItKYBERRY & FORBES.
Wednesdays Dec. 11, 1912, has been
selected as Tuberculosis Day in the
North Platte city schools. The objoct
of the day is to emphasize the impor
tance of keeping up the fight against
the great white plague, and to teach
the child's part in the prevention and
cure of this disease. School children
in North Platte have died from tuber
culosis in the last few years and others
will be taken if wo do not do our part.
i Everybody's doing it-what? Buying1
a lot in the new Cody Addition.
Dick Baker returned today from a
short business visit in Lexington.
The Presbyterian Aid Society will
meet in the church parlor3 Thursday
Let youc boys and girls get ope of
Derryber'ry, & Forbes free presents
Saturday. It costs them nothing
For Sale Pure Bred Black Langshan
Roosters, price $1.00 803 East 5th. 90-3
Weather forecast Fair tonight and
Wednesday, cooler tonight. Highest
temperature yesterday 49; a year ago
44. Lowest temperature iast night 29;
a year ago 19.
"The sale of Red Cross Christmas
stamps will start in the city schools
tomorrow. Supt. Tout has promised
the local committee that 1000 ' will bo
sold in tho schools. One-half of the
entire sale in the city will be used in
North Platte in some way to aid in
public health and the other half is used
by the Nebraska Association.
Fifteen new homes assured for the
Cody Addition in the spring. Some
will bo built right away if tho weather
We have buyers for city property.
List with U3. It priced right wo can
sell quick. Brntt & Goodman.
I Here at a Man's Store , -
The monthly report for tho month of
November compiled in tho office of
Superintendent Tout of the city schools
shows that there were thirty new
students enrolled in all of tho schools
during that month and just as mnny
withdrawals. The total enrollment for
three months is 1280. Tho totnl enroll
ment for the first tjireo months last
year was 1141. This ia a gain of 139 or
more than twelvo per cent.
Tho new 3-million gallon enpneity
pump at tho water plant will bo con
nected up in a few days and a test
made. Just what outlet to make for
the three million gallods of water that
will be pumped in the twenty-four
hourB, is a question Commissioner Welch
is now attempting to solve. Should tho
weather prove warm on tho test day,
all citizens will bo asked to run their
lawn sprinklers, otherwiso some other
outlet must be provided.
one of the best and cheapest homes in
this city. Location ideal and close in.
Easy terms. Bratt & Goodman.
Is the Place to Buy a Man's Gift,
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An indispensable necessity that is always
accepted with pleasure. We offer n special
showing representing the world's best makes
at $1.00 to $3.50.
Interwoven Hosiery j
Men rarely have an over-supplyjof
Hosiery. Our showing includes everything
new and fashionable in Cotton, Mercerized,
Wool and Silk in Christmas boxes.at 3)c
The most popular ftffts of all--jfnd
you'll find the greatest collection nc'tnis
store. All stylee, shades and patterns infhe
choicest silk. 25c to $1.00.
A Christmas remembrance that will
surely be appreciated, and our excellent
Inexpensive presents yet always accepable
White and all the new shades in Cambric,
Linen or'silk. Sets of 2, 3 and 0 in dainty
boxes. 15c to 50c.
Handkerchiefs, Socks and Neckties, $1.00
to $1.50 per box nil colors. Nicest goods
I've seen what I want at
Mr. Newton's Store. You tell
him about us and he will show you
lots of nice things that we chil
dren would like.
Me ano My Bhothku.
assortment of the
makes choosing easy.
most favored shades
$1.00 to $3.00.
In burned wood boxes 75c.
Bath Robes and
A line line.
fine line from $4.50 to
All kinds and colors, 50c to $1.50.
Garters and arm band in burned
boxes from 35c to 50c.
Peter McGovorn, Stovo nnd Bicyclo
Repair Works, second door east of
First National Hank, phono black 390.
Tho teacher of the Walker school Ib
preparing" quite an elaborate program
for tho Christmas entertainment which
is to be held there.
been Bet as yot but will bo in the near
future. Announcement will be
in plenty of time. Tho mission which
is being conducted at this school will
hold their Christinas entertainment in
connection with tho day school enter
tainment. There will be n good tirno
for all who attend. All aro invited and
ovoryone is wHcomo. Tho scholars of
the school are doing their best to
make tho' affair h grand success. Tho
mission services are being hold each
Sunday beginning at 1 p. hi, Thqy are
being wel attended but there is room
for more. Mr. Morgan, the Bishop's
missionary in charge of tho mission, ex
ports to visit the homes of all the
'people who live within n reasonable
distance of the school, during this
Houses, rooms, safe deposit boxes and
storage spacer Bratt & Goodman.
Lucy McMichenl hns returned from a
fow days' visit in Maxwell.
Poter McGlone. all kinds of stovo
repairs, Leave orders. 89-4
Charles P. Temple has purchased a
now 1913 Ford Model automobile which
arrived hero yesterday afternoon.
Miss Beulah Hcnklc, of Hastings,
who hud be.en tho guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Abel for two weeks, re
turned homo this morning.
The Btudy club met lnstovening with
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Tout and held one
of the most pleasant and interesting
meetings of tho season.
Six new 1913 Models of tho Ford
wcro received yesterday nfternoon by
tho Hendy-Ogier garage and are to bo
delivered to local parties.
Lost on Dewey or Front street u light
green Kensington Bag containing a
piece of unfinished embroidery. Please
return to this office and receive reward.
Bring in your shoo slips, dated
Hub Shoe Deit.
Fire, life and other insurance writ
ten by us at lowest rate in strongest
companies . It will pay you to invest
igate our policies in the great Mutual
Life Insurance Co. of New York. It
is the best, cheapest and broadest
policy ever written. Let us tell you
about it and you will want it.
Bratt & Goodman. '
Tho regular semi-monthly meeting
of the Boy's club of tho Episcopal
church will bo held on Wednesday oven
ing of this week in tho pariah house.
A full nttendanco Is requested ns -business
of importance will be transacted.
Try an export watchmaker if your
watch does not keep good time.
CMNton, Tho Bizzy Jeweler.
The Episcopal mission which is being
conducted nt the South Bluffs school
will continue to be held nt 3:30 p. m.
oach Sunday. A hearty attendance is
desired. Let each ono bring a friend
Owners of city property, lots or
houses, can find sale for same by list
ing with us. Property priced right finds
ready sale. Buchanan & Patterson.
F. C. Hanaford. of Grand Island.
state bank examiner, is spending a fow
days hero this week looking over tho
books of tho local banks and tho Build
ing and Lonn association.
We are prepared to loan your money
on real estate first mortgage so as' to
net your eight per cent. Money is
loaned is exempt from taxes. Come on
and let us talk it over.
Buchanan & Pattertoi.
Tho best investment you can muko
is to have your automobile overhauled.
Let us do it for vou now. Until wo
Tho dato has not get into our now quarters which will be
IIIO moSL cuilliJluiu miuji uuu mil.,
, crnrniro between Omaha and Denver.
made woik will bo done in private garuge in
west part of town near my home.
Work will bo done by n export of
some' eleven years experience wjio
understands an nutomobjlo from A to
Z and satisfied customers will bo our
best assets. Work fully guaranteed.
Tolonhono Black 027 and we will tulk
it over with you,
,1. L. BniiKK Auto Go.
or Rent640 Acres
good farming or hfty land, 50 cents per
new, six miles nortli of Wallace, Nob.'
twelve miles south of Sutherland. New
4-room house and barn for eight head,
grainery 24x32, cement cuve 12x18,
good well, 10-ft Sampson will, 30 ft.
steel tower, 3 miles of fence. 160 ncros
in cultivation. Address W. B.Harding,
North Platte, Nob.
C 20 Per Cent Discount
Is still offered on all Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats. This is an
opportunity to buy high-grade clothing for the least money.
I'm on my way to C. M. Newton's North Platte, Nebraska.
If my 'mobile Jive3 out I have his phone No. Its 261.
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