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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1913)
NORTH PLATTE, NEB., APRIL 29, 1913.
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As the building we occupy is to be remodeled and work to be commenced May 19, we are compelled
to reduce our stock within the next 15 days. Every article of our large stock of Furniture, Carpets,
Rugs, Linoleum, Gasoline Stoves, Ranges, Sewing Machines, Washing Machines, Go-Carts, Refrigerators
and Pianos are to be sold at greatly reduced prices. This is your opportunity to secure your spring
$12 Felt Mattress
$3 Dining Room Chair 2.15
$20 Lilfrary Table 1 4.50
$23 Chiffonier 18.00
$5 RocKeF , 3-50
New Laws Effecting
Railroads and Employes.
Tho following treasures effecting rail
roads passed the legislature and lmvo
been signed by the governor:
All light locomotives running from
' one division point to another must be
manned by engineer, fireman and con
ductor or pilot.
Railroad and express companies are
allowed to transport household goods of
All switch stands 'must be equipped
with lights between hours of sunset and
sunrise and in times of dark weathor.
Sidetracks to any industry adjacent
to right-of-way must be built on de
mand of prospective shipper, shipper to
fjay co'st if company so requires.
f Engines to be equipped with head-
? lights capable of outlining the figure of
i a. man at a distance of COO feat.
" 1 Property transported subject to lien
for charges, railroad has right to sail
imperishable freight after sixty days if
charge are not paid; in case of perish
able stuff sale can be made after tWenty
foiir hours; In both cases consignorah'd
consignee must be notified before sala
Gutes and watchman must be main
tained at crossings where threro are
three or more tracks in towns of less
than 5,000. Watchman to bo on duty
from 7 a. m. to 8 p. m.
When railroad or street railway em
ploye brings suit for personal injury
against employer, assumption of risk
shall not be a Vgal defense m cases
where negligoncu by tlio employer, his
servants or agents is shown.
- Railroad crossings shall not be less
than twenty feet in width and shall be
constructed of the same material for
each crossing; must be no openings or
filled places except for rails.
Requires transporation for live stock
shipper to market and return for ship
, rnent of a single car. (Former law, two
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Fetter, of Max
well, visited local friends the latter
part of last week.
quoted above are but mere examples of the discounts
Every article marked in plain figures.
Local and Personal
Miss Irono McGee left Saturday
oveningfor Brady to visit the homo
folks for some time.
Mrs. Frederick' Warren and children,
of Tampa, Fla., will arrive today to
make a protracted visit at the Bullard
North Platte is famous, Stone's Ice
Cream has made it so.
Mrs. Richmond, of Garfield, spent
Saturday in town while enroute to Lin
coln where sho was called by tho illness
of a relative.
Hugh Ralston, of Rock Island, spent
Saturday in town while enroute homo
from the western part of the state,
where ho is interested in real ostate.
Charles Leirk has resigned his posi
tion in the Tramp grocery and will leave
this week for Fremont, where he will
engage in the automobile business with
Mrs. F. H. Longley who had been
spending the past two weeks in town
straightening up her , business affairs
will return to FonduLac tomorrow to
make her home with hor son.
Call us up and we will deliver you a
pint or quart ol the nnost ice cream
you ever tasted.
Stone Drug Co.
Dr. H. C. Brock recently purchased
of Mrs. Herman Otten tht corner lot
West of the Will Otten residence on
west Fifth Btreet. He expects to build
a residence within the next yea:.
R. F. Stuart has purchnsed of Mr3.
Baker the one and one-half story house
on west Third street north of the school
building 'for a consideration of two
thousand. He will not take possession
of the property until next fall.
For the best bargains in city' resi
dence property watch Buchanan &
Patterson's Bargain list. tf
Tho North Platto Artificial Ico Co.
shipped in car of ico Saturday in order
to supply customers until its plant is
completed. The proprietors oxpoct to
to bo manufacturing ico within the
next two weeks.
Girl Dies Suddenly.
Maude, the sixteen year old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Fowlor, who
live southwest of town, died nbout
three o'clock Sunday morning. The
girl retired in her usual health, but
about three tho parents wero nwakoned
by theirdaughter's heavy breathing and
gasping. They repaired to her bedsido
and attempted to relieve her, but death
came a few minutes thereafter. Some
affection of tho heart caused death.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hiller, of Omnha,
announced the engagement of thoir
daughter Florence to Mr. Selwyn S.
Jacobs, who camo to this city Beveral
months ago to superintend the construc
tion of tho new round house. Miss Hil
ler after graduating from tho Omaha
high schools, studied at the Oread Insti
tute at Worchcstor, Mass., and is a
prominent young lady of Omaha. Mr.
Jacobs is a graduate of Washington
University at St. Louis. The betrothal
party will be hold Sunday, May 4th, at
tho home of the bride's parents.
Gilbert Gregg Killed.
Gilbert Gregg, eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Gregg who live southeast of
town, but of lato years an enginoman
on the Denver & Rio Grande road, was
killed Saturday night at Wellington,
Utah. He was leaning out of the cab
and was struck by a bridge. Tho de
ceased loft this city about eight years
ago, leaving with Julius Sheppard,
and for some time was assistant to Mr.
Sheppard in the Y. M. C. A. work at
Helper, Utah, Later ho begun firing
on the D. & It.
The remains will he brought to this
city tonight or tomorrow morning.
Ready for Business.
Having returned from Lincoln I am
now ready to furnish estimates on any
kind of buildings or repair work.
Doll Huntington, Contractor.
Dr. Walter Coville, formerly of this
city, who has beon located at Brownleo
for sevoral years, moved to Blanco,
Colo., tho latter part of last week.
All in Readiness
for the May Party.
Chairman Lawhoad, of the arrange
ment committee of tho B. of I. E.
May Party, nhnouncos everything in
roadiness for that big social function
next Thursday evening. This is an
event that is anticipated with pleasure by
not only tho folks vho dance, but by
the several hundrod spectators who
each year attend to hear tho excellent
music, seo the gowns worn by tho
ladies and watch the graceful glido of
The May Party for thirty years has
been the social function of tho spring
season; it is so nicely conductedin every
particular that everybody wants to go,
and everybody who goes has a splendid
time. Tho party Thursday evening will
bo in keeping with those of past years;
in fact Division 88 has a reputation to
maintain and it cannot afford to slight
anything that would add to the enjoy-
l rnent of tho guests. Quito a number of
(out of town people aro exacted.
The concert program by Stamp's
orchestra, which will be a feature of
tho evening, will begin atj8:30.
Frank Hart Married.
Tho marriage of! Frank Hart, of
Alliance, formorly off this city, to Miss
Mnrio Feenoy of Omuha was oolemized
at St. Francis Xavier church Tuesday
morning of last week. Rev. Father F.
P. McManus performed tho ceremony.
Frank Nolen of Alliance and a sistor of
the brido wero the attendants.
A wedding breakfast was sorved at
St. Mary's homo to tho relatives and
nurses of tho Mercy hospital from
which the brido graduated in 11311. Tho
groom is eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Hart who now resides at Brady.
For sovoral yettra he has boon em
ployed in tho shops at Alliance and it is
thero they will mako thoir homo.
Feed! Feed! Feed!
All kinds of teed at tho North Side
Bnm. Our feed is good, our prices juat,
our accommodations aro right, hut we
cannot trust. Julius Mogenson, Prop. 28
$44 Parlor Suit 32.00
$32 China Closet 23.00
$50 Monagram Range 39.00
$26 9x12 Rugs J 9.50
we are offering during sale.
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Clay Crawford, of Gandy, spent tho
week end in town with locnl friends.
W. G. Wrin, of Farnam, transacted
business at the court house Saturday.
Mis3 Catherino Gordon completed a
torm of school nt Wollfleot this week.
Mrs. Daisy Marr, of Gaudy, visited
local frionds tho latter part of last
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for Omaha to spond several days on
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Julius PIzer returned Saturday from
Chicago whoro ho transacted business
for sovoral days.
Mrs. Will Sponsler, of Cairo, Neb.,
is making a short visit with Dr. and
Mrs. J. B. Rodfleld.
Mrs. J. B. Jotor left Saturday morn
ing for California to spend the summer
with her daughters.
Mrs. John Tucker who has been, n
pationt nt tho ,P. & S. hospital, will're
turn homo this week.
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