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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1913)
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glance, It is Lnpoitant to know
prices are not extravagant.
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Our jowe'-y ctorc is ths best nlacs in tho
county to eet surrrestions for weddincr nrercnis.
Vo have made a study of this "rr'ft Question." It is our
business to know what is suitable for various gift occasions.
Choose Your Gifts Heire
tocfc i3 varied and so are the prices. Every ta3te and
every pocket uook is sure to Ce suited. we
many inexpensive but dainty little novelties horo
besides silvarwnro which will make excellent gifts
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X Cm, Jewelry, wntefcei, etc., contains S &S'm,w!: 'V, (;
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SX coupled Vlth up-to-dste styles. 'W'W0W!1
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This Is n Jewelry store wliere ycu can cet Just what
you ore looking tor at xne ptlcc ycu went to pay,
DIXON, The Jeweler.
U. P. Watch.
PHONE 4 OR B I
REXALL and NYAL J
For Your Drugs. Orders De
Local and Personal
Ray Dorrnm visited Gothenburg
friends this week.
Mrs. Selbolt left Wednesday morninp
for Lewellon to visit friends.
Miss Rose McFadden, of Sidney, is
expected this week to visit local friends.
Mrs. R. D. Herzog left at noon Wed
nesday for Schuyler to visit relatives for
Mrs. J. L. Tolle, of Kearney, is the
guest of her mother Mrs. Harry Boyle
Paul Scharmaa-who was operated up
on the last of last week, is reported to
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Fritzern and
family of Lincoln aro spending this
week in town.
" J. J. Halligan went to Lincoln Wed
nesday to spend three days in the
. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neibert arrived
hero from Ogden a few days ago and
will locate here.
Mr3. Frank Dickerson, of Hershey,
came down Wednesday morning to visit
Mrs. Florin Muchlinski.
J. D. DeWolf, of St. Jop, who visited
his aunt Mrs. J. H. Kirkpatrick this
week, left Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goodman will
return tomorrow from Omaha where
they visited friends this week.
James J. Kcliher, of Couneil Bluffs,
left Wednesday evening after spending
three days with the homo folks.
Mrs. C. S. Willard, of Lincoln, who
visited the M. E Miller family this
week, left Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Hattie Schlqssor returned to
Lisco Wednesday morning after spend
ing several days hero op business.
Fifteen members of the Rebekah
lodrro of this city, went: to Brady Wed--
nesday to attend thb district meeting.
The Baptist aid soci6ly will serve a
waffle breakfast in the basement of the
new church Saturday morning, May 17th.
Geo. P. Smith age 47 and Mrs.
Susie Weekly age 40, both of this city,
were married here Wednesday evening.
Well located vacant residence lots
listed for sale with Buchanan & Patter
son find ready sale.
Mrs. Will Cary and son Donald, of
Omaha, who visited relatives here last
Week, left for home Wednesday morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Weil returned
Tuesday from Sidney where they visited
3Ir,,and Mrs. Jqsv Zicb.ert. making the
trip in their car.
Mrs. J. H. Adams, of Portland,
formerly a resident of Brady, visited in
town this week while on route to Brady
to look after real estato interests.
Dolson's Addition will be sold on
Temple's easy payment plan. $10.00
down, $5.00 per mqnth.
Dr. Henry, of Columbus, O., who
spent tho winter in Australia.spent the
fore part of this week with tho Rey
nolds and McDonald families while en
E. M. Johnson, state secretary of
the Christian church, camo up from
Lincoln Tuesday afternoon to attend
the miniature rally at the Christian
church and visit Rev. and Mrs.
The former Adaroson property on
east 4th street recently purchased by
Charles Pass ii being moved from the
corner to the center lot line and will
undergo a number of repairs and im
provements. Mrs. B. L. Robinson who had bean
visiting her son Guy in Burlington, la.,
for several weeks, returned Tuesday
ovening and will spend a week or
longer before going to Portland to re
Mrs. W. T. Wilcox will entertain tho
P. E. O. Wednesday afternoon of next
Miss Hammond was called to Beatrice
Wednesday morning by the illness of a
Miss IrmaFredericI returned Tuosday
afternoon from Florida where she spont
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Troupe have re
turned from Kearney whero they had
Mrs, Alex Brooks has returned from
Gothenburg where she spent a week
with hor mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Shohonoy expect to
leave shortly for Alabama to spend
several weeks with relatives.
Mrs. Sara Wilson, of Lisco, who
visited here the first of this week, left
Wednesday morning for Omaha.
Roy L. Roblor and Miss Laura Dur
and, of Lewellen, were married Wed
nesday by County Judge Grant.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwaiger will
leave shortly for an extended visit in
Portland and other western points.
Tiger Press Drills at Hershey's 5th
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Elliott are making
arranguments to leave soon on a visit
of several weeks in Omaha, Chicago and
cities of Canada.
Andy Weinberger, formerly of this
city, is expected this week to visit
friends and relatives while enroute
from Denver to Omaha.
Tickets for tho circus next Monday
will be on sale at the Stone Drug Co.
By purchasing there you will evade tho
crush at the ticket wagon.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burgner are
enjoying a visit from th letter's
brother Mr. Tighe who "camo from
Minden the first of this week.
For Railroad Men on the U. P. R.
R there is no better location than
W. T. Alden has purchased a Ford
touring car of Hendy & Ogier which
ho will use to some extent in his trips
through the country in the interests of
the marble works he represents.
Mrs. Heeney, of Cheyenne, who
visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peterson
this week, left Tuesday afternoon for
Europe to spend tho summer. Mrs.
Heeney is a neice of Mr. Peterson's.
Mrs. P. J. Gilmnn, Mrs. F. W. Rinc
ker, Mrs. R. D. Birge and Rev. C. F.
Chapman are in Hastings attending the
annual convocation of the Episcopal
church, having left for that place Tues
day. Mrs. Thomas Golden who was
operated upon in Ds Moines recently
is recovering nicely and will come here
next week to spend several weeks
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi
D. E. Morrill, the real estate man,
spent several days in Denver this week
working up a real estate deal. "Doings
in dirt'' are rather slow this spring.
Quite a number of trades are being
made, but few sales of farming or graz
Good News for the Well Dressed
We recommend as particularly
attractive these values in
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS
Purchased as our suits are from the leading1 makers in this country and selected by us in the
most painstaking- manner, you are assured of the season's latest style productions in Ladies'
Tailor-made Suits when you buy here. Our showing1 this season has been of one marked
Supremacy. The models show refined elegance and inimitable fbeauty in ever line, while
the fashions are in the height of vogue in every style center of the country. At the reg-
suits have been remarkably good values, so attractive to the fashion
wishes to economize.
ular price these
able Woman who
Fine' Tailored Suits
of extra quality of
materials, the best
of lines previously
sold for $30 and $35
Extra fine quality
full messaline lined
Bedford Cord and
Tailored Suits very
stylish and sold at
Beautifully made full
lined, sold at $20
Serge and Fancy
Nice patterns, stylish
suits, sold for $20
mado from fair ma
terials, satin lined
regular $15 quality
hair lino striped suit
regular $13.50 grade
Bedford Cord Ceats Full Lined Coats Full Length Coats
Beautiful styles, three
quarter longth, trim
med with fine luce
collar, $18 garments
of Serge and Diagon
al full satin lined,
were good valuos at
also thrce-qu nrtor
length, made from
serges and fancy
cloths, all of our $12
Jn event of interest to every woman who wishes to dress well
Wilcox Department Store
High School Students
.Hqld Track Met.
The annual track meet of the high
school was held Monday and Tuesday
of this week, and the students made
some excellent records. In several
events the records of tho past years
were beaten. Tho events and the
winners were as follows:
The 100 yard dash First. Ryan of the
eleventh grade; second, White of the
tenth; third, Wessberg of the twelfth.
The 220 yard dash First, Wlnto of
the tenth; Second, Ryan of the elevonth;
third, Wessburg of the twelfth. Time
Tho 12 pound shot put First, Foster
of the eleventh grade; second, Calhoun
of the eleventh; third, Donogan of the
twelfth.. Distance 34 feet, 9 inchos. .
The 140 yard dash First, Jones of the
ninth; second, Ottonstein of the
eleventh; third, Ritne'r of the eleventh,
The half mile ract First, Lambert of
the ninth; second, Ottonstein of the
eleventh; third, Donegan of the twolf th.
The 12 pound hammer gthiow- First,
Donegan of tho twelfth; second, Norris
of the twelfth: third, Gantt of the
twelfth. Distance 110 feet, 9 inches.
The milo race First, Ryan of the
oleventh; second, Loudon of the tenth;
third, Anderson of twelfth. Time, 5.01.
The broad iumn First. Cool of the
ninth; seconq, Anderson of tho twelfth;
third, Lincoln of the twelfth. Distance,
17 feet and 6 ihchos.
Tho discus throw First, Gantt of the
twelfth; second, Norris of the twelfth:
third, Donegan of the twelfth. Distance,
87 feet, 6 in.
THE MUTUAL BUILDING & LOAN
The assets of this association exceed
tho sum of half a million dollars. The
reduction of the rato of interest to bor
rowers has iricreased the demand for
loans; and in ordor to meet this demand
the association ' Will issue a limited
amount of its PAID UP STOCK.
Money invested in this paid up
stock draws six per cent in
terest, payable semi-annually,
and may be withdrawn at any time
upon thirty days notice, such notice
being waived where theie aro funds in
the treasury to meet tna withdrawal.
T. C. Patterson, President.
29-2 Samuel Goozee, Secrotary.
Events in Society. (
A social dance will bo hold nt
Lloyd oper.i houso this evening.
Mrs. E. E. Moody will entertain tho
S. 0. C. Club Wednesday nfternoon.
Mrs. Albert Steinhnu&on entertained
the Degree of Honor social club Tues
Mrs. James Hart will ontcrtnin the
Indian Card Club Wednesday afternoon,
Mrs. Robert Dickey will entertain
the M. M. M. Club Tuesday nfternoon,
Mrs. Grace Payne will entertain a
number of young lady and gontlcmon
friends Wednesday evening of noxt
week at cards.
Tho Young Ladies kensington club
vero enjoynbly entertained Wednesday
evening by Miss Elsie Lnngford. Re
freshments were served in two courses.
Mesdames York llinman nnd I. L.
Miltonberger will entertain the P. E.
O. and B. I. L. soceitie3 this evening.
Tho recentiion will be held at the Hin-
man homo and refreshments servod at
the Miltonberger residence.
Misses Maud Miller and LaVaughn
Carroll entertained a score of friends
tho fore part of this week at the homo
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Carroll. Games
were played and nice refreshments
The M. M. M. club wore the guests
of Mrs. George Coatcs Tuesday after
noon at tho residence of Mrs. Ray
Shriner. Card games were playod and
nice refreshments served. Guosts of
the club were Mesdames Charles
Whelan, Harry Kelly, 'Thomas Henley
and Miss Mabel uuttte.
Tho Club Novita were charmingly
entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs.
Ella Huxoll and Mrs. Andy Yost. Apple
blossoms wcro used in decorating tho
rooms. Tho placo cards and games
were very uniqo and the affair was
given as a farewell to Mrs. 0. E. Weil.
Prizes for contests wore won by Mes
dames Quinn, Lewis, Ogier and Weil.
Very enjoyable refreshments were
served. Mrs. T. D. Buchanan, of
Omaha, was an out of town guest.
Stewart Bros., who recently nrrived
horo from Illinois, havo opened n co
ntent block works on tho lot oast of tho
Herrod store. The firm will do gon
oral construction work, including build
ings nnd wnlks.
Gasoline and oil stoves cleaned and re
paired. Potor M. McGovcm, phone
The proprietors of tho Kandy Kitchen
havo opened a shoo shining parlor in the
rear of the Schatz store. It is a ten
chair outfit and special attontion will
be paid to ladies' trade.
Tho running team selected to ropro
sont the local fire department at the
tournament to bo hold in Allinnco June
25th, 211th nnd 27th, has bogun practice
wirk. Tho team hopes to get in shape
to tnnka a good showing.
I have n few lots left in the Cody
2nd Addition, and a few block tracts
which I would .like to clean up this
spring. I will make special prices and
exceptional terms on these while they
last. C. F. Temple.
Houses and rooms, 30 acres of
cultivated land, also some tracts of hay
and grazing land. Bratt & Goodman.
Taylor's Addition will be the choic
est resident section when the Burling
ton builds. Away from the smoke,
still reasonably close in.
"Billy"f Cunningham, who returned
from Los 'Angeles the early part of the
week, prefers Nebraska to southern
California. The young man in that
country has even less opportunities than
in North Platte; it is difficult to secure
employment, after socuring a position
some other fellow who wants a posi
tion comos along and tries to boost you
Mrs. Anna Barker has moved to the
home she owns on west Fifth street,
and the house she ocaupiod
has been rentcu uv Dr. 11. U.
Brock. Miss Margaret Barker will
continue to occupy a room in the old
home for about thirty days longer in
order to complete work on hand.
Vacant businoss lots in North Platte
arc not.apparently, decreasing invaluo;
ih fact in somo instances they have
nearly doubled in value during the past
year. A certain tract 132x132 sold a
year ago for $13,000; one third of tho
tmct recently sold for $7,000 nnd the
other two-thirds aro priced at $15,000,
and will probably soon bo sold at that
WOMEN Sell guaranteed hosiery;
whole or part time; goods replacod if
hole appeark; big money-saver: largo
profits; experience unnecessary. INTER
NATIONAL MILLS, 4020, West Philadel
phia, Pa. 27-1
Paul Nolen, of tho Rcxall drug store,
is spending his vacation in Elm Creek
and Wood River with relatives.
Stability, Efficiency and Service
Jlnvo hoon tho ?iotois
in tho growth of tho
First National Bank,
A'OiC Til I'LsYT'W, 2V7J RA Si'A.
CA.IW1YI, AATD SUUJ'&USt
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
If you wish to make speedy sale of
your residence property list it with
Buchanan & Patterson. They have
cash customers for several moderate
Mrs. Fred Waltomath has issuod in
vitations to a card party at hor home on
Wednesday afternoon and a kenlngton
to if me tmvrewotit
UCt IN WMITl &((
A SANITARY. DURABLE
PATTON PAINT CO.
NEWARK, N. J.
Now is time to get your house in order.
Como in and we will tell you how you can fix
your old floors,, furniture and wood work as
good as an expert could do it for one-fourth
II you Intend to paint your house let us
figure with you. One gallon of Patton sun proof
Faint will cover 330 square feet two coats,
t will surprise you how cheap it can he done.
Chi-namol Furniture polish, i pint 25 cents.
Stanvar, a liquid applied with a rag for
waxed finishoB with very little rubbing, pints
Chl-Namel Floor Outfit for graining old
floor and wood work: including graining tools
and 3 brushes special price $2.50 cents.Furnit
uro varnish J pint 25c. Have you tried Bug-I-Cide
for Bed Bugs
Kalkomo Wall Finis1, 51b package for 50c comes in all color3. Can
be used over wall Paper one package will finish an ordinary room.
Putzine Wall Paper cleaif r 25 cents. Screen Paint J pints 20 cents,
pints 35 cents.
Stone Drug Co.
Buchanan & Patterson's
Full two story frame dwelling- of eight rooms mod
ern except heat, full lot, shade trees and blue grass.
Located on West Fourth street close to court house.
This is property that will increase in value and is a big
money maker at our price of $4, 700
Nice Seven Room Cottage and two Lots, out
buildings, shade trees and nice lawn 10 11 West Sixth
St. A bargain at $2750.00.
Five room house and ban., South Dewey street.
Extra good seven room house, barn and outbuild
ings, house modern except heat, $3,100. East Third
street two blocks from court house.
Nice six room cottage 721 West Seventh street,
handy to new round house. Modern except heat. Price
Extra nice 4 room cottage on West Tenth
in the 600 block. Price $1,750.
Good eight room dwelling on West Tenth
in the 000 block. Price $r.7oo.
All of these properties are choice bargains and
can be bought on easy terms. Be sure and see these
before you buy.
Buchanan & Patterson,
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