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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1913)
NORTH PLATTE, . NEB., FEBRUARY 28, 19 13.
Local and Personal.
George Weir loft for Cheyenne to
visit friends for sovoral days.
Theodore Lowo has been visiting
frionds in Omaha' for a day or two past.
Harry Hart and Theodore Sandallloft
last night for a visit with friends in
Rural free delivery route No. 1 out
of Sutherland will be placed in service
next Monday. .,
Mrs. Lawhoad will entertain the S.
O. S. club Wednesday- afternoon at a
John Don received a fine Choaspeaka
Bay hunting dog last evening from ken
nels in Illinois.
Biddie Kano who for several woeks
has been at the Neville hojrie is in a
very critical condition.
Christian Science Service Sunday 11
a. m. Subject Christ Jesus. Sunday
school 12 m. K. P. hall, Dewey street.
Owen O'Neill, who has been living
northwest of Sutherland, is moving
this week to the Turplo ranch south
cast of this city. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. Honry, late of Phil
adelphia, spent yesterday hero while en
route to Broadwater to make nn ex
tended visit with the latter's brother
The Star atheletic society, a
party of young men recently organized
here, will have charge of the Keith
theatre next week and display their
ability as comedians.
The Lutheran aid society will be en
tertained Thursday by Mrs, H. S.
Johnson, Mrs. Fred Wendeborn, and
Mrs. Guy Cover at the home of the
latter 608 West 9th street.
Members of Company Q have ex
tended their hospitality to the members
of the Junior class of the high school,
class ndvisor and companion to a party
tomorrow evening at their club rooms
on west Eighth street.
This Friday and Saturday only, good
safety razor for 39c. Rinckor Book &
The novice billiard tournament at the
Elks' home between teams captained by
Ray Langford and Will Landgraf closed
this week, the latter's team winning
by a margin of about a dozen points.
The losers will pay for a cod fish supper.
Weather: Fair and somewhat warmer
tonight,- Saturday warmer, Highest
temperature yesterday 12, a year ago
38. lowest last night -18 a year ago 12.
-Precipitation Wednesday and Thursday
.47 of an inch.
Tuesday was Grandpa Eyerly's 55th
wedding anniversary. Tomorrow he will
be 80 yours old. Three months of his
life was spent in Maryland where he
was born, twelve years in the stato of
' Ohio, forty-seven years in the state of
Iowa and twenty years in HerBhey,
Neb. We sincerely wih the old gentle
man many more happy birthdays Hor-
Felix Shear roturned yesterday from
a month's Visit in Chicago.
Pat Hagerty will leave Monday for
Omaha to lpend a week or longer.
Attorney Wm. Shuman returned this
morning from a short visit in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Lonergan will
chaparone a bob sleigh party this even
ing. Herbert and Arthur Tramp returnad
this morning from the automobile show
Mrs. C. M. Newton will arrive home
today from Denver where she has been
visiting the past week.
Ed. Ogicr returned this morning from
Omaha after mingling with the crowds
at the auto show for a few days.
Mrs. J. H. Posey entertained tho
Presbyterian aid society yesterday
afternoon at tho Pacific hotol.
J. P. Cary, formerly of this city who
now has his headquarters at Omaha,
came up yesterday to spend a few days
Mr' and Mrs. Earl Hamilton are on
joying a visit from tho latter's father
Mr. Fitzgerald who arrived yesterday
$1.00 safety razor for 39c, shave as
well as any $5.00 razor. This Friday
and Saturday only, Rincker Book &
Charley Callaway and Miss Betty
Odean, of Hershoy, hied themselves to
Julesburg yesterdey and were united in
Dr. H. C. Brock returned this morn
from Omaha where ho attended the
Dental Fraternity meeting and incident
ly the automobile show.
Engineer Mang fell from the
running board of his ongino yesterday
morning and sustained a number of
bruises which will confine him to the
house for some time.
To avoid moving, I will sell cheap,
one walnut bed room set, coal and gaso
line stoves, several chairs, rug and
matting, buffet serving table, small
small platform scale. E. A. Cary.
RrCDiiggun, of Dickens, was trans
acting business in tho city ypsterday.
Wilcoxon's employment office furnished
him a man for assisting him in his
ranch work for the following year.
Mr. and Mrs. Williard and party, of
Vermont, who are traveling card
sharks, spent a few days here this.
week and succeeded in winning large
sums of money from the commercial
men at n local hotel. They were traced
here by U. P. detectives and arrestrd
at Grand Island Tuesday after a hurried
exit from this city. At different
points west and on the trains it is re
ported they played for big stakes and
made good hauls.
Sale of City Property.
J. F. Pile's bungalow on West Fifth
street sold to Clarence S. Osburn for
$3,600.00. Salo made by C. F. Temple.
What are You Paying
20 lbs Granulated beetm ru
Sugar '. .. J I .UU
18 lbs Granulated-. cancel' nn
Sugar, for. ..... JftflM .UU
Tomatoes, full size,, can j a
standard per can, .w,... lUCv
Corn standard per an 7c (-
4 cans, for j&uC
Quaker Oats large pkg. . ljC
Quaker Oats small pkg. . l.UC
E.. C. Corn Flakes 4 pkg ZdC
Broken Rice per" lb DC
Rice Jap type 4 lbs for.'.. 'ZuC
Prunes small size per lb. . . . DC
t Corn Starch per pkg 3C
Gloss Starch per pkg DC
Corn Starch Kingsfords per n n
Silver Gloss Starch per pkg oC
Yeast Foam 4c pkg 3 for.. I UC
Lewis Lye per can OC
Eagle Lye per can oC
American Lye per, can OC
FclsNaptha 'Soap per cake. OC
Soda Crackers largo boxes l
Oyster Crackers largo l
boxes per lb 0-C
K. C. Baking Powder 23 j
Royal Baking Powder 16 tp
ozcan ,. 4 DC
Dr. Prices Baking Powder iff-
16 oz can 4uC
Kraut per can 1UC
Hominy por can 1UC
Pink Salmon per can lUC
Sweet Potatoes per can . . 1 1,2.0,
Potatoes 15c peck per r
Coffee fair grade per lb... J)C
California Fruits in good n
syrup per can ZUC
Cocoanut best grade lb j r
package per pkg. ....... . 13C
Evaporated Apples per t n
Horso Shoo Tobacco, per 1 r
lb , 4DC
Spear Head Tobacco per t r
Star Tobacco per lb 4DC
J. T. Tobacco per lb 40C Q
We pay cash for your butter and eggs.
Wilcox Department Store.
Tho announcement for tho third an
nual meeting of the West Central
Nebraska Nobraska Educational Asso
ciation, to bo held at North Platto,
April 3, 4 and 5, have boon issued by
the county superintendent
State Superintendent Delzoll will be
present and address the teachers and
Qthor well known speakers will be
present. Officers for the ensuing year
will bo elocted and good music and on
tortainmet is planned for all. A ban
quet will bo held on the closing day
of the meet and a special visiting day
with programs will bo designated.
Addresses will be given by men and
women of state and national fair.e. Tho
most prominent men and women en
gaged in school work in the Wost Cen
tral District will take part on these
progrants cither by opening the sub
jects or carrying on the discussion.
They will begin at 10 a. m. central
Afternoon sessions will bo divided
between four section meetings. The
High School section will be presided
over by Miss Cora O'Connell, principal
of the Model high school of the Kear
ney normal. Tho rural school section
will be in charge of Miss Hulda Peter
son, assistant in charge of tho boys
and girls club work of the agricul
tural extension department of tho Uni
versity of Nebraska, and Miss Anna
V. Day, assistant state1 superintendent
of Nebraska. The primary school
department will be in chargo of Miss
Charlotte j Lowe, primary supervisor
of the model school of the Kearney
normal. The grado section will bo in
charge of Miss Emma Smith principal
of the Lincoln school, North Platte.
On February 18, my barn burned to
tho ground and C. F. Temple carried
the Insurance on the contents of barn.
On February 27th J received check in
full settlement, just nine days after
the fire. William Ottbn.
Fcbrury 19. 1913
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present- Roberts, White, Herming
hausen nnd county clerk.
Finished checking books of county
treasurer. Find same correct and arc
Claim of E C Hostetter, bridge work,
allowed on bridge fund for 66.16
Whereupon tho board adjournB to
February 20, 1913.
C W Yost, County Clerk.
February 20, 1913.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present White, Horniinghausen and
Tho following claims allowed on
R L Douglas, bridge work north and
south bridges, 50.00
W M Dymond, bridge, work Hershey
G S Williams, cash for road disttict
33 allowed on commissioner's district
No 3 for 100.00
Road No 362 comes up for finiSl ac
tion bu: on account of the absence of
Commissioner Roberts, the sam is de
ferred until next meeting.
Whereupon the tho board adjourns
to February 25, 1913.
C W Yost, County Clerk.
In the houHo of representatives at
Lincoln yesterday the democrats ac
cepted a promise of the Lincoln city
council to raise $100,000 toward buyjng
the $600,000 worth of land needed to
provide a small campus for tho state
university in the city, and voted to kill
the bill that provided for the consolida
tion of tho colleges down town with the
Agricultural college on the state farm.
A crowd of ten or more young people
hsld a sleighing party last evening and
made merry with horns, cow bells, etc.,
William Ginn and wife loft for Lew
ellen this morning after yisiting the
Ginn family hero.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
The following bargains and a great many more will be offered
during this sale. It will pay you to investigate and take ad
vantage of the many bargains offered.
We have an especially good assort
ment of waists to offer at ridicii?r
'lqusly low prices. You are sure toil
find what you want. Prices ranging
65c to $1.50
36-inch materials, extra values, regf-
ular i2j4c cloth
Book folk 27-inch cloth, three sizes
of checks in black and white, regu
lar price 1 8c, on sale at
The genuine Amoskeag, a 9 ounce
cloth, a regular 25c seller, now
A heavy mercerized fabric. For
reanng qualities this cloth cannot be.
"surpassed, a beautiful assortment of :
' patterns, a bargain at 05 cents on
1 - t
Silk Stripe Voile.
, More popular than ever, a fine as1
sortment of shades, patterns the
" very best, well worth 50c
'Made of the. best grade of Gingham.
If you need a Petticoat now is the
to seciirc one at a low price. Regu
lar 65c garment
The Catholic Girls Club will hold an
exchange tomorrow in the Howo &
Harry Cramer roturned this morning
from Carpenter, Wyo., where- ho was
employed for sovral weeks.
Tho Baptist aid soiety will hold an
exchange in tho Scant?. Furniture storo
Homer Troyer, of Hershoy, vrstT
transacting t business In tho city Wed-
Chas. H. Bacon is expected home
today after spending several daya
with his homo folks in Overton. '
Ireland the Oppressed.
Buster and the Cannibals.
Col. T. F. Owens and Texas
10c and 15c
Buy Power Save Money
Trying to get along with insufficient horsepower
is like working three horses on a four horse piece
of machinery. They ore exerted to their utmost
all the time and can't stnnd the strain very long.
Engines are the same waysomething will give
away when they are overworked all the time,
ReserVe horse power is money in your pocket.
Buick Cars are Famous for Their Horse Power.
J. S. DAVIS AUTO CO.,
North Platte, Nebraska.
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