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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1913)
We carry in stock a large assortment of plain band
Wedding Rings, in the pretty shop Tiffany to the
extreme, wide, bands. Let us show you,
CLINTON, Jeweler and Optician.
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For Your Drugs. Orders Do-
b Ilvered promptly. jj
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fi DRUG STORES
Local and Personal.
Llttlo John O'Keofo who had been
very ill with bronchitis Is'rcportod much
Harry Samuclson has taken the
agency for tho Denver Pressure Cookor
in this city.
Mrs. William Morris, who has boon
visiting In Sidney for a week past, will
return home today.
Claudo Dolaney returned to North
port Wednosday ovoning af tor spending
a few dayB in town.
Miss Floronco Batio, of Myrtlo, is
spending this wook with her cousin
Roland Batio and family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sebastian and
baby have roturned 'from a short visit
with relatives In Chappell.
Mrs. Frod Barraclough and daughter
Irma havo returned from a short visit
with relatives in Evanston.
A steer weighing, 1,950 pounds was
purchased by tho Brodbeck meat mar
ket this week from Jamos Wilson.
Mrs. John McGowan loft this weok
for Norfolk whero her husband has
boon employed for several months.
Rooms and board at roasonablo rates,
inqulro 217 South Chestnut.
Mrs. Elmer Baker, of Salt Lake City,
mrrivod yesterday to visit her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Landgraf, Sr,
Mm. Honish, of Ord, arrived here
yesterday afternoon to visit hor daugh
ter Mrs. Julius Hahler for somo timo.
Miss Toss Dixon, of Norfolk, arrived
hern yesterday to take n position in tho
Wilcox & Hnlligan ofllco as stenogra
pher. Fred Piorson, of Sutherland, has
purchased tho intoicata in tho Suther
land bank formorly held by Harry
E. Armlno of Brush, Colo,, and Lula
M, East of Sutherland, wcro granted a
marriage llcohso Wednesday by County
1 Irs. M, K. McNamara, formerly of
this city, will urrlvo tomorrow from
Peoria, III., to spend two months with
hor son Charles and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wooks and
family, formerly of this city, who hav
resided in Evanston for some time,
aro spending a few days In town.
Fred Wilson, of tho Hartman cigar
factory, Injured his hand yostorday by
falling on a largo lump of coal and will
bounablo to work for Bevoral days.
Girl wantcdlnqulro nt Dickoy sani
Joe Knoadjl, of Myrtlo, was in town
yesterday proving up on his 740 aero
homestead. Ho was accompanied by Ed.
Wright and Casper Sivits as witnesses.
Mrs. Florence Hildobrand and daugh
ter, of Choyenne, who visited Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Wilcoxson this weok, while
enrouto homo from Iowa, loft yester
Abo'Ut nn Inch of snow fell Wednes
day morning and a llttlo morocamoyes
torday forenoon. As thcro is but llttlo
moisture In tho ground, a heavy fall
lf snow would prove a good thing for
Seven room frame houso located on
E. (5th St. Fully equipped and modem
oxcopf heat. If you are in want of city
property 'this should Interest you.
C. F. TCMPI.B.
"Tho romalns of tho lato Lucy Mc
Croady wort) takon to PawoeCIty Tites
daaVoning for burial. They wera ac
companied thete by tho father Robert
McCrcndy. Bisters Mrs. Drito and Mrs.
WttlJaco of Kansas City and Mrs. Sid
ney Dillon of this city and Cnrollno Mc
Cready of Liberty.
Mr. and Mrs. Damoron of Box Elder,
who visited in town this woek left yes
terday. D. E. Morrill left Wednesday for
Gothenburg to spend a couplo of days
Clarence Shaw, of tho Tramp grocery
force, resumed work yestorday after
a week's illness.
Mrs. Fredericks will leave tomorrow
for Seward to spend a weok or longer i
C. P. Martin sold hia dray Wednes
day to Charlos Seaton who took posses
sion at once.
Ned Cramor, of Hampton, who visited
his brother Harry Cramer and wifo last
week, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamos McEvoy havo as
their guest this week tho iattor's father
Mr. Ripoy, of Cozad.
Mr. and Mrs. Standard, of Wallace,
visited friends in town yostorday while
enrouto to eastern points on a viiltr
Mrs. Corl Lintz will loavo noxt week
for Omaha, Kansus City and St. Joe to
purchaso hor spring stock of millinery
Mr. and Mrs. Grauor and ''daughter,
who wcro guests of Mrs. Grauer's par
ents Mr. and Mrs. vonTrot,' havo gone
Riley Warren who has beon employed
of tho Stapleton-Kearney run for sov
eral months has roturned hero and re
Prepared to do plain and fancy dress
making by the day or order. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Mrs. John Spies,
Phono black 161.
Mrs. George Monks returned tho
latter part of Inst week from an ex
tended visit in Roakford, Illinois whore
sho was callod by tho illness of a
Ono of tho best located proportlos on
wost Sixth stroot,six room frame house.
This property is up for quick Balo and
Ib a burgain. Prico $2400.00.
C. F. Ti:mplb.
Alox Richards, of Horshoy, who was
arrested this week for passing a vorth
loss check at the Nyal Drug storo, is n
patient at tho P. & S. hospital. vIn the
attompt to resist tiioofllcors ho was
shot in tho foot, the bullet paseing
through tho heel nnd coming out under
tho toes. '
A number of gentlemen were enter
tained last ovoning by Mr. and Mrs.
James Hartman nt nn eight o'clock
turkoy dinner. Tho nIFair was a sur
prise birthday party for Ben Hartman
and ho was presented with a beautiful
chlfTorobo by the flf toon guests. A very
pleasant ovoning was spent by all
While In town a couplo of wcoks ago
A. S. Benson, of Omega, lost a pocket
book contaiplng $7.95 and valuable
papors. Later tho book was found by
Peto Hayes, who notified Julius Morg
enson of his find and the latter notified
Benson. This itom is requested by Ben
son as an attestation of tho honesty of
Hayes and Morgensun,
Reese's pantatorium having installed
a now Fronch dry cleaning and extract
ing machino in conjunction with
Frenzies chemicaldry cleaning process,
is now prepared o clean anything for
ladies or men. Ladies'sllk or laco ono
ploco drosses aund whito kid gloves n
specialty. Prices tho same as any other
cloanlng houso in tlie city. Goods called
for and delivered. PhonelM) and we
will call, , H. R. Reese, Prop. 4-4
"Tli.i'Mlllaf'n n.llfililnf" s ni....nI.J
by homo talent at tho Keith Tuesday
evening proved more entertaining than
many of tho road.showa which como
here. Each participant creditably
delineated the character assumed, there
Was no hesitancy of dillldonco, nnd tho
acting was natural. The nttondnnco wbb
quite largo nnd tho planditswero sonor
ous. Selections woie rendered by tho
One yearling steer calf, aim two yonr
old rod hoifdr with whito spot on u.t(
hend. NptlfyL. O. Johnson or Goo.
Ream, Route 1, North Platte, Nebr.
Harry Lindcll, recently brought hero
from Omaha on the chargo of having
robbed tho store of A. B. Yates nt
Sutherland,' was arraigned In Judgo
Grant's court Tuesday afternoon,
waived preliminary examination and
was bound oyer to the district court.
Tho goods taken by Lindell con
sisted largely of jewelry, part of which
was disposed of in North Platte and
has been recovered by tho officers.
Train Men Retaliate.
Tho local lodga of tho Brotherhood of
Hallway Trainmen et Grand Island
liavo passed a resolution condemning
the action of the Commercial club of
that city in passing adversely on thvlr
fifty-car length bill, and also censured
L. M. Talmago, of the First National
bank, for introducing the resolution.
Tho lodge appointed a committee to in
vostigato co-opcative stores and draw
plans for tho establishment of ono at
Mrs. Senator Hoaglnnd Entertains.
At Lincoln Tuesday the first sena
torial function of tho present sesssion
was inaugurated when Mrs. Senator
Hoaglnnd of North Platto and Mrs.
Senator Ollls of Valley tendered an
aftornoon tea at tho homo of the for
mer in Lincoln to which all the wivos
of tho senators were invited with wives
of ox-senators who resided in the city
or who were there. The special guests
were Mrs. John H. Morehead and Mrs.
Chester H. Aldrlch.
Cody Unites with Sells-Floto.
A Denver dispatch appearing in the
Omaha Bco of yostcrday says: At tho
ofllco of tho Denver Post today, Col
onel William Cody (Buffalo Bill) signed
a contract that he will appear in con
junction with tho Soll-Floto circus
during tho season of 1914 nnd there
after. This is tho first time that u
circus of consequence and an attraction
such as Colonel Cody exploits havo over
Tho union of theso two big attractions
means ono of tho largest and most ver
satile exhibitions offered tho public.
Gun Club Buys New Park.
Wednesday of this week the Buffalo
Bill Gun Club purchased eight acres of
land of Colonel Cody which will be used
for trap-shooting and other recreative
sports. The club, which for Borne time
has used a site on the Cody land south
of tho track, was forced to abandon it
when the land was laid out as an addi
tion to tho city. Tho track purchased
is just north ncross tho tract from tho
old grounds, and the building, traps
and other accessories Will be moved
thereto at once and the new park put
in shapo for the stato shooting tourna
ment which will be held hero In May.
Evontually this park may bo fitted up
for baso ball, foot ball and other
City Property for Sale.
Wo have n number of choicely located
lota with and without buildings, closo in
with sewer, city water, electric lights
and sidewalks that we aro offering at
very low prices. Much loss than wo
will bo able to offer thorn when the
spring opens up.
In our judgment there will be a big
advance on this class of property soon
Buchanan & Patterson.
Sarah Paddon, ono of tho youngest
and most interesting of the popular
dramatic stars of tho ponod, comes"to
tho Keith noxt Thursday, Fob. 13th,
presenting Charles Kenyon'o remark
able plav, "Kindling."
"Kindlnig" tugs at every woman's
heart-Htrings and fills strong men's
oyea with tears; it portrays tho deep,
hidden omotions of humanity whet hor
in palace or hovol.
Maggie Schultz looks forward with
terror to tho birth of her baby in her
dark, unlovely tcnoment home. Sho
dares not toll hor husband, lest ho
stranglo the helpless bit of life when it
should come into the world; to him it
was llttlo short of murder to bring n
helpless child into being, amid such
surroundings. It required only a paltry
sum to go Into far-away Wyoming, n
paradise of fresh air and glowing sun
light, whero her child could havo n
chnnco to grow up strong and decent.
Tho fateful opportunity presented it
self and Maggio could not resist the
terrible tomptation to steal the money
necessary to take them to tho land of
her dreams. The theft is dotectod and
her husband is dumbfounded when sho
tremblingly rovoals tho truth to him.
"I novor thought you were a thiof,
Maggie," murmurs her husband,
brokenly, overwhelmed with tho tragedy
that had como upon them.
Fortunately, the peoplo from whom
she had taken the monoy were human
enough to understand and to forgivo
tho deed and It is through their aid
that Maggio and Heinle turn their faces
westward, whero they find "roses
blooming in Wyoming."
Woodmen of tho World, are now or
gnnizlng in your city. Tho W. O. W.
have a surplus of uvor $17,500,00000.
and thair rntes are on adequate basis.
Railroad mon aro espociiWy Invited to
C. F. TBMina,
I li rk I urns C i , Nil 2 7.
F. A. Bauqiian,
1 Our Feature Corsets
We Feature Henderson
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Your special Henderson Corsets will fit accurately, be easy and comfortable
hpjd your body erect and even, and give lasting service.
You should come to our Corset department and let us show you a large
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P. &S. Hospital Notts. !
A. F. Clark, of Brule, is recovering
satisfactorily from a recent operation.
Mrs. Frank B. Flint, who has been
Buffering with rheumatism, is getting
W. W. Hunt, of Ringgold, who had
his arm amputated last week, loft the
August Swanson, of Oshkosh, is re
covering from his raoent operation and
will soon be able to roturn home.
Mrs. Y. D. Grcan, of Lewollen, is
vory much improved.
Furnished Rooms For Rent.
Nice singlo or double furnished rooms
for gentlemen, hot water heat, olectric
hght,u bath and 'phone; rent very
reasonable, at formor Cody residence
south of new round house Inquire at
Water Ofllco or at residence, 1207 W.
4th St. Phono Red 611.
Team4yoar old mares, 4 stallion colts
all registered. Thomas E. Doolittle. 4-4
First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school 10 a. m. ,M. E. Crosby,
supt., preaching sorvicos 11 a. in. and
7:30 p. m. Morning theme "A Christian
Relation to Life and its Troubles."
Evening: "How to Save Souls." En
deavor societies 3 and 6:40 p. tr.. Men's
biblo class with pastor. Tho Presby
torian church welcomes all.
A Measuring Party.
The Senior Endeavor Society willgiva
a measuring party at the manse of the
Presbyterian church next Tuesday
Mrs. Ray Eyerloy loft tho firstof this
week for Horshoy to visit relatives.
Tho infant daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Crook is recovering from its recent ill
Col. Cody returned yesterday morn
ing from Denver and will leave shortly
for Canada on business.
Mrs. Ellen Murphy formerly of this
city came down from Cheyenno yostor
day to visit at tho Lonergan home.
For Sale Whito Wyandotte and
Rhodo Island Red Roosters. Mrs.
Jacobs, 216 west 1st.
Mrs. Don Harper of Lexington who
spent tho first of this week with Mr.
and Mrs. Mischkl roturned homo yoster
Miss Lillian Ritner!, toucher In tho
Sutherland school has beon o(T duty for
a weok past on account of illness. Hor
duties in tho schools, woro performed by
Miss Edith Ritnor.
Noarly new 8 room house, wator and
anntw .mnnAiWtnn. lint unit onhl U'atnt
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up stairs and down; oasy ttrms on pur-
OUHIO pneu wuuiu Bcro!i. autuinuuiiu
If j- -H right P" pint rent, now
car prerorabt. Inquire oi t. P. Mar
tin. 802 E Gth St. North Jaite. N. K 3
We believe these are among the very best
popular priced Corsets made. Before we
advocate one line of goods over another you
may be sure we are
what we are doing. We have sold Henderson
Corsets to many woman of this vicinity and have
heard only the highest praise for these models.
The wearers of Henderson Corsets are
certain that their figures will be shapely and fash- J
ionable. For these corsets are individualized
for each wearer. They produce distinctive,
charactistic lines as each individual requires.
W. J. Tiiey i3 transacting business
in Paxton this week.
John Davis went to Gothenburg on
Wilfred Stuart visited at tho Tighe
home for a few days this week.
Mrs. Bruce Brown left Wednesday
morning for Hastings to visit relatives.
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By Bell Tdepbone yoa may travel
near or far with equal easer-
Bell Telephone Berrice permits inrrmsal
miumtwn--psoua messages from town
to town and from state to state.
By telephone yon moy question or be quo
tiond, explain or hear an explanation, saving
time and misnndcrBtanding.
Unneeeaeary trips, waiting, delays, lost time,
energy and money may bo saved by; using the
HltiTir-mmriTin mriir- i iiiiwnii llllWM f
rather certain that we know j&6
W. C. Nichols, of Gothenburg, is
transacting business in town this week.
Frank Osterhouso went to Gothen
burg Wednesday morning on business.
M. J. O'Connell will leave this week
for HoldregeJito spend a woek or longer.
For good real estate values see C. F.
mild courBO and very often prevent serious
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