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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1913)
No Sale at
Just plain old bargain day every day. Remember our motto "Quick
Sales and Small Profits." We are always ready to meet any sale or cata
logue prices and don't forget that we have no shelf worn furniture or junk
to unload on you, but all classy up-to-date Furniture, Rugs, Etp. Not one article in the house six months
old. Always make it a point to inspect our stock befo're buying elsewhere and we'll convince you that we
have the right goods at the right prices. Also remember that we accept script on any grocery store in the
city. Watch our windows for bargains all the time.
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Cabinets $18.50 to $35.00
Desk and Library Tables
. $9.00 to $25.00
Plusic Cabinets and Pianos
Benches $7.00 to $12.50
Dressers $9.50 to $30.00 Mattresses $3.00 to $15.00 All kinds porch furniture
Oil Stoves 7.50 to 13.00 Tables-all kinds.. .2.35 to 35.00 Ice Cream Freezers $1.75 to $4
pianos 250.00 to 650.00 Dinners, each 1.25 to 4.00 All kinds of garden tools
Hammocks 1.25 to 8.00 Refrigerators 6.50 to 38.00 All kinds of Mechanic tools
Beds 2.00 to 40.00 Garden Hose, per foot. .9c to 16c Baby Buggies and Go-Carts
$6.50 to $14.00
Ranges Majestic, Copper
Clad and others.
$40.00 to $70.00
When in need of anything in our line drop in and see onr goods and
prices. We will meet any sale or catalogue prices at any time and remember you get only new
goods at our store. Visit our store last and we'll show you.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Rugs, all sizes
9x12 $8 00 to $25.00
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DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
over the McDonald
Local and Personal.
Corbin Jones has returned from a
business visit in Chicago.
Mrs. P. A. Norton is visiting
tives in Omaha, having gone
Messrs Mac and Will Sheedy
go to Grand Island Sunday to
the K. C. ceremonies.
Mrs. George Coates will entertain
the M. M. M. Club at the home of Mis.
Ray Schriner Tuesday afternoon.
D. M. Whisler and S. M. Whisler, of
Glenrose, Nebr., came Thursday to
spend several days transacting business
and visiting friends.
Dr. T. C. Quigley, who rame recently
to.tnke charge of Dr. D. T. Quigley s
practice, was called to Chicago a few
days ago by the illness of a relative.
Call us up and we will doliver you a
pint or quart of the finest ice cream
you ever tasted.
t , Stone Drug Co.
.n n. T.amrfarri. E. H. Evans, J. B.
McDonald and Tom llealey will go to
Omaha noxt week to attend the state
convention of B. P. 0. Elks as delegates
from the local lodge,
Mrs. B. L. Robinson, who has been
visiting her son 'Guy at Burlington for
some timo, will return here next Tues
day. After remaining hero a short
timo sho will go to Porland, Ore.
Mesdames Roberts of Sutherland, and
Gentry of Fullerton, who were called
here this week to attend the funeral of
their father the late Dave Bethel, re
turned home Wednesday.
Gasoline and oil stoves cleaned and re
paired. Peter M. McGovern, phone
Dr. Fred J. Wertell, of Denver, ar
rived yesterday to succeed Dr. Quigley
Mr. Wortell's father was general sup
erintendent of the Union Pacific at
Cheyenne several years ago, and was
well known in railroad circles.
To the Person with Idle Money.
If not earning 7 and 8 per cent
semi-annual interest on first mortgage,
loans, based on not to exceed 40 per
cent values, backed by good responsi
ble parties, see Bratt & Goodman.
Henry SchufT, of Grand Island, visited
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Weil this week.
Miss BernWe Hughes has resigned
her position in the Hub millinery de
partment. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, of Chappell,
are visiting the latter's sister, Mrs. M.
North Platte is famous, Stono's Ice
Cream has made it so.
Mrs. Will Carey came up from Omaha
yesterday afternoon to visit her sisters
and attend the May ball.
Miss Janet Sheedy who was in charge
of a millinery store at Chilichotho, has
returned homo to spend the summer.
A sales manager and lour dorks
came down from Denver yesterday to
assist in the big salo which opens at
The Leader tomorrow.
For the best bargains in city resi
dence property watch Buchanan &
Patterson's bargain list. tf
Tho S. O. C. club were entertained
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. William
Yost. Card games wero played and
prizes awarded to Mesdamea Will Bas-
kins and William Stegall. A two course
lunch was served.
Harry Scoonover who recently pur
chased the formor Clabaugh clothing
store returned yesterday from Chicago
where ho spent two weeks selecting a
new stock of goods.
Sheriff Salisbury went ten miles
south of Wallace yesterday to servo a
warrant on n man named Jenkins, who
is charged with cutting u wire fence
belonging to his brother-in-law Faulk.
John J. Sullivan, formerly of this
city, who of late has resided in Omaha,
is ill at St. Catharine's hospital in that
eity . An operation was performed Tues
day evening from which he is recovering
Joe Sorenson, of Omaha, a passenger
engineer on the first district, is in
town today visiting his brother Mike.
Mr. Sorenson began service with the
Union Pacific in North Platte in 1877,
and removed to Omaha in 1880. His
thirty-six years of continuous service
places him in the front rank of old engi
neers on the Union Pacific.
Pizer to Retire Irom
Local and Personal
Julius Pizer, who for over twenty
years has conducted The Leader, will
retire from active management of the
business, having secured the services
of n managdr who will arrive in a
month or so and will take full charge
of tho establishment. Commencing to
morrow a sale will be inaugurated, the
purpose of which is to reduco the stock,
close .out certain .departments, and in
the futuro carry fever lines, but moro
complete stock in tho lines carried.
A3 soon as .the sale is completed and
the new mnnager installed, Mr. Pizer
will goto Europe to visit his father,
whom ho has not seen for over thirty
years, for several months and thus es
capo a nervous breakdown which now
threatens him as a result of close ap
plication to business for so many years.
Upon his return home he" will devote
his time to looking .after his invest
ments and loans, which have grown to
such an extent as to icquiro much of
The retirernent of Mr. Pizer from the
active management of the Tho Leador
does not mean that tho establishment
will lose it place in the front rank of
tho mercantile houses of western Ne
braska. The manager selected comes
from a well Known eastern department
store and is thoroughly conversant with
all the lines Tho Leader will carry.
lho vim and push tho new manager
will put into the business, coupled with
Mr. Pizer's financial backing, insures a
continuancolpf tho volume of business
of past years.
Notice to Dog Owners.
As thero are a great many stray and
worthless dogs in North Platte, it be
comes necessary for the dog owners
who wish to lot them run in tho street,
to go to tho office of tho city dark and
procuro a tag which must be nttached
to tho dog's collar. This must be done
on or before May 1, for after that ull
dogs without tags that are found at
large will be killed.
By order of the Chief of Police. 2o-A
The board of directors of Suburban
Ditch after inspecting conditions re
cently recommended that a number of
improvements be made, among them the
cleaning of the ditch from the heudgatu
and east end of the Nichols latornl for
three miles. Othor repairs to flumes
and bridges which aro under way will
fit them up in first class older. Tho
directors aim is to have tho ditch in
good condition to supply water to users
in a short time in a satisfactory manner.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullivan and
family and Mr. and Mrs. .William Sulli
van, of Salt Lake City, went thru yes
terday afternoon to Omaha whero they
were culled by the illness of J. J. Sullivan.
Dr. Foot?,' of Omaha, is spending a
fow days in town on professional busi
Miss Sylvia Watts enjoyablo enter
tained the members of the Study Club
Harry Cope, of York, has accepted
employment in the Robhausen barber
Bhpp and began worn yesterday.
Miss Delia Rhoades and Miss Ethel
Bouker, of Kearney, came Thursday to
visit Mrs. II. A Lawhead and attend
the May party.
Mrs. J. F. Schmnlzrled entertained a
few friends Tuesday evening in honor
of Mrs. F. II. Longloy who left yester
day for FonduLac.
We are prepared to furnish ice croam
in any quantity.
stonu urug (Jo.
Word came to this city yesterday
morning of a fire at Brule which de
stroyed four storo buildings, among
them an auto garage containing sovornl
gallons of gnsohno, thus causing the
flames to get beyond control.
A 25 cent supper nt tho Platto Valley
Bchool house given by the Ladies Aid,
consisting of coffee, cake, pickles,
salad, baked bonus, potatoes, cold
meat, and rolls. There will be a pro
gram given by school before supper,
which closes the school, Mny 8, 1913.
Mrs. Charles Reynolds entortnined
tho Indian card club Wednesday ufter
noon. Tho highest scores wero made
by Mrs. Joseph Hayes and second prize
won by Mrs Charles Weir. Assisting
the hostess wero Mrs. Munger, Misses
Nell Brntt and Ida Ottcnstcln. Guests
of the club were Mesdamea' W. R. Ma
loney, W. II. McDonald, F. C. Hoxie,
Misses Alma Waltemath and Ruth
Miss Ethel Donogan has accepted a
positien as ticket seller for the Crystal
theatre. ' " .
- George Curter, of Lincoln,, formerly
of this city, is spending a fow days on
business. . .
Ready for Business.
Having returned from Lincoln
now ready tp. furnish estitnntcs on
kind of buildings or repair work.
Dell Huntington, Contractor.
Presbyterian Church Notes.
Sunday School at 10 a m. E. A. Cary,
Supt. Preaching services at 12 a. m,
and 8 p. m. Morning theme: "The
Harmonizer of tho World'B Discord";
Evening theme: "The Greatness of
God's Gentleness." Endeavor Societies
at 3 and 7 p. in. Men's Bible Class with
pastor, mid-week sorvico Wednesday
Rheumatism Quickly Cured.
"My sister's husband had an attack
of rheumatism in his nrm," writes
a well known resident of Newton, In..
"I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's
Liniment which he applied to his arm
and on the next morning the rheuma
tism was gone." For chronic muscular
rlinnmiilUm vnn will find nntlilm' but
ter thnn Chnrnberluin's Liniment. Sold
I by all dealers
MIUID VOA flNC. 0 POWOI I
A SftNITflRY. DURABLE
PltM M tMMIBMTI
Vl WM Mill! ft"!
PAIM FA1OT CO.
Now Ib time to get your house in order.
Coino in and wo will toll you how you can fix
your old floors, furniture and wood work as
good u's an export could do it for one-fourth
It you intond to paint your houso lot us
figure with you. One gallon of Pntton sun proof
puint will cover 330 squnro feet two coats.
It will surprise you how cheap It can bodono.
Chi-namel Furniture polish, J pint 25 cents.
Stnnvar, a liquid applied with a rag for
waxed finishes with very little rubbing, pints
Chl-Namol Floor Outfit for graining old
floor and wood work: including graining tools
and 3 brushes anecinl prico $2.(50 cents.Mimit
uro varnish 4 pint 25c. Have you tried Bug-
J 1-Cide for Bed Bugs
Kalkomo Wall Finish, Gib package for GOc comei in all colors. Can
bo used over wall Pupor one package will finish an ordinary room.
Putzino Wall Paper cleaner 25 cents. Screen Paint 4 pints 20 cents,
pints 35 cents. '
. Our rates for auto repairing
are very reasonable consider
ing tho btrielly high grade of
workmanship and promptness
with which wo do repairing
If your automobile needs put
ing in good condition, you will
find that no one can do it
better or cheaper than
J. S. Davis Auto Co.
To Loan on improved farms at low rate
of interest with privilege of partial
Biichaman St -Patterson. -.
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