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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1913)
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FOR THREE DAYS.
May 16th, 17lh, 19th, I will hold a
Mid-season sale of trimmed hats. Their
selling prices rang from fiyc to eight
dollars, sale price $4.00 each. Villa
Whittaker, Wilcox Dept. Store.
Local and Personal
Judgo Grant returned last night from
a short visit in Omaha.
A baby, boy was born yesterday to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tatman of West
Ancker. Bow, of Horshoy, who visited
in town this week, returned home yea
terday af tornoon.
Mrs. Halnwoll, of Odessa, arrivod n
few days ago to visit Mrs. Jess Rose
blum for a week or more.
Miss Bossie Smith has been elected
to teach tho intermediate grade in the
Hershey schools next yoar.
Mrs. John Frazier will leave
NORTgfflgS, NElW r6, tg&;
"" ' in. i i i i ,, nwl),,-, ,,
for Denver to visit her brother
Herrod for a couple of weeks.
Several flno houses will soon be com
pleted In Taylor's Addition. '
Mrs. ' Shoewoid, of Keystone, who
was a patient at St. Luke's hospital
will return home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Murry, of Hor
shoy, who spont sovoral days with town
friends loft yesterday affernoon.
William Ebright went to Atchison,
Kansas, yesterday as delegate from tho
Lutheran Brotherhood to tho synod,
Vfhich is being held there.
Many new houses-arc being erected in
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Snyder, of the
Experimental sub-station are the proud
parents of a baby girl which was born
to them Wodnesday afternoon.
J. R. Rodman, Union Pacific gardoner
came up yesterday morning to put in
flower beds In tho lawns of th.o Pacific
Hotel and Western Union office.
Weather forecast Probably showers
tdnlght or Saturday. Cooler tonight and
moderate winds. Highest temperature
yesterday 74; a year ago 64. Lowest
temperature last night 45; a year ago
For Rent to desirable tenants. Three
houses with modern improvements.
Close in. W. L. Crlssman at' Roach's
Brick work on the McCabe building
began this week and is being pushed
rapidly forward. Hendy & Ogier, the
lessees of the building, hope to occupy
it within the next thirty days.
If you want first class plumbing and
heating see C. H. Boyle, 601 East 3rd
street. Phone Red 554. 28-6
The state half league opened the
season yesterday. Kearney defeated
s York five to nothing, Grand Island lost
to Hastings four to two, Seward won
from Columbus three to two in ten inn
ings, and Fremont dofeated Superior
seven to three.
The season of .tornadoes, cyclone and
windstorms is here. Many lives lost
and millions of dollars worth of
properly destroyed in Omaha, Seward,
Scott Bluff and other towns in Neb
raska. You can protect your property
against this destruction by taking out
one of our tornado policiec. The cost
is insignificant. Let us write you a
policy today. Be wise. Take no
chances. Oratt & Goodman.
Mrs. Arnett Dies
at Aid Society.
Mrs. A. W. Arnett who fora number
of years had resided in tho Platte Valley
District l1ifl ailrMnnlit nf l....t tl..- I
yosterday afternoon. Mrs. Arnott had
boen subject to spoils of tho heart for
some time but her condition was not
considered serious and in apparently
good health she attended a meeting of
the Methodist Aid Society at the homo
of n neighbor Mrs. Gardner. While at
the meeting she was takon ill and ex
plrod before assistance could bo givon
by those present. Mrs. Arnett loaves a
husband and fivo children to mourn her.
Her sons Roy and Ernest aro residents
of Montana and her dauchters aro Mrs.
Young of California, Mrs. Horner of
Northport and Mrs. Orson Covell of
Hall precinct. Funeral nrrangemonts
have not boon made.
We arc offering some extra choice
first mortage loans in sums of $300
and upwards, netting 7 per cent to 8
per cent. Mortgages not taxable. These
are the best and safest investment you
can make with your idle money.
Bratt & Goodman.
The commencement exercises of the
local schools will occur as tho onor.i
house Thursday evening of noxt week.
Thoso to graduate from the eleventh
grade nre Merle Cox, Floyd Young,
Lloyd" Johnson, Roy Harvey, Borma
Uonham, Floronco McConnell, Grace
Coker, Cora Allon, Carrie Wisemiller
and ElOrence Ditto, At tho cIobo of
tho exercises the class will bo given a
banquet by tho Alumul association in
the Thomas hall. Sutherland Free
W. L. Crlssman, owner of Taylor's
and Graceland Addltilons, will remain in
North Platte for another week. Talk with
him. Best lots at lowest prices and
Perry Frame, aged 7G years, passed
away Wednesday evening about ten
o'clock. The old gentleman has been
making his homo with his son R. A.
Frarno and has been very feeble of late.
No funeral services will be held here
nnd the remains will be taken to Pfens
antqn on N.o. 4 tonight and the
Interment will bo made in the
family burying ground. Horshev
Bratt &. Goodman linvn linvprs fnr
acre tracts adjoining the. city, vacant
lots, two cottages of four to six rooms
each and one modern house . List with
them and if priced right, they- have
spot cash buyers.
Tho Senior class ploy, "Tho College
Widow" will be presented at the Keith
Friday evening, May 23rd. The cast is
composed of tho thirty-three graduates
who have been carefully drilled by Miss
Gladys Welsh, and all ndapted to the
part assigned them. The leading roles
will bo token by Miss Irma Huffman
and Arthur Tramp. The play is one of
George Ado's pieces.
W. L, Crlssman has purchased tho
Axtell property, 203 South Locust St.
J. W. Payne has placed an order for
a 1913 Oakland car with self-lighting
F. T Redmond has let the contract
for a seven room two itory houso on
his corner lot on West 2nd Btroot.
of our entire stock of Women's Suits, Coats and Dresses
THE SALE OF SAVERS. THE REAL SALE WILL COMMENCE
FRIDAY, MAY 16,
and Ending Saturday Night, May 3 1 .
The True Reason of this Monday Saving Sale is Because We ore
C K E D
Oil I" Lf.C & YniJl" flSliim ,0wi.nS to the delay of our opening caufced by the de
Ml kiU9d.l9.IUUr VM.f lay in getting possesion of our store room. we find wV
nave more oats, aims and ureases at this time or the season than we anticipated, and as we aro determined
not to carry over any garments from season to season, we therefore have decided to inaugurate this great
uu e" ! "" . . ' Bni o naicuiy iow, mat it will make it most in
teresting for women who have yet to purchase their Spring Suit, Coat or Dress
Our Stock of Spring Suits is Divided Into Three Lots
LOT 1 Handsome Suits formerly sold at $15.00
positively best values in the city go at. .w. . 4. ,
LOT 2. Beautiful Style Suits sold regularly at (J 4 j r
$20.00, Clearance sale price $ I v69U
LOT 3. Suits, the faovrites of the seasons creation ( 4 m g rv
regularly sold at $25.00 to $27.00, Clearance price. . . t) i 3U
All our Spring Coats that have sold flVy fr , (twpy F(
regularly at?10.00 to $25.00, go nt. . $ 3U " M i v)
Women's and JVlisses' All Wool and Silk Dresses
Dresses in all Wool Serges, Ratinees and Cords, beautifully trimmed
and sold regularly at $7.50 to ?17.501 l p-A 1 dA np
sat $4.50 and $9.75
Silk Dresses in the very newest styles and of the very -rv
best quality MeSsnline Silk; Pongee 'and Silk Poplin SJQ Cft
sold up to $17.50, Sale Price, , . , J) 7 ))
WALK-OVERS set the styles for shoes. They are
always first to show new patterns in full range of size.
They always look well, fit well. This is why WALK
OVERS are the footwear of the world.
See the new WALK-OVER models display in our
windows, and bear in mind back of these windows is a
store where quality goods are sold .
Life isn't worth living without WALK-OVERS.
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this Storo is
Now. Not ono
wiwhtw iimiwiwwMBM iii iiiimSmmumb f7fF?iii 5 r?-- "' '
All of our Mes
saline Silk waists
2.50 to 3.00 val
ues go at
NORTH PLATTE'S EXCLUSIVE WOMEN'S STORE
jgSj during this sale
, Two tracts of good hay land close
in. nr!ce ripht: house." rooms, safe de
posit boxes and storage.
uratt ec uooaman...
Local and Personal.
Thore will be a social dance givon nt
tho Lloydspcra house this evening.
Mrs. Walter Covell, of Blanco, Col.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
W. L. Crlssman has purchased the
Pletch'er property 203 South Dewey
Early cabbage and tomato plunts
for sale. Mrs. G. Schatz, 407 E. 5th
The body of tho late O. B. Frazier
will lie In stato at the residence of Dr.
and Mrs. V. Lucas, Saturday afternoon
from 3 till five.
Lost Child'i neck chain and bird
pendant, Suitable reward offered. Ro-
turn to uounty Clerk's olnca. 33-V2
Dr. Harry Mitchell and family will
loavo tomorrow for Omoha where the
former will attend the state dental
association held there next weok.
Miss Fern Garrison was taken ill
while at work in the Wilcox millinery
yesterday and removed to the P. & S.
hospital where she will tnko treatment.
Miss Anna Kramph will address tho
Lutheran Young Peoples Missionary
Socio ty at the church Sunday, May 18,
at 4 p. m, A very interesting mooting
Miss Mayme Spies entertained forty
of her. young friends last evening.
Games were played until a late hour
whon the guests wore served with on-
For Three Days.
May 16th, 17th, and 19th I will hold
a mid-season aalo of trimmed hats.
Their selling prices ransre frorrf fivo-to
eight dollars. Sale price $f.'00 oacl
Villa Whittaker, Wilcox Dept.. Store,
C. O. Wcingand spent yesterday in
Mrs. Carrlo Hah, of Ft. Dodge, la.,
arrived this morning to visit her son
Hnrry for a few days.
Mrs. Clyde Gook will go to Rawlins
Sunday ovening to visit friends for h
The Presbyterian choir tondorcd n
farovYell party to Misses Jcnnio Ru
dolph nnd Flo Johnson Inst evening.
The former will soon leave forhor home
in Denver nnd the latter will go to
North Dakota in a short time to rosido.
The young ladios woro presented with
boquots of cut flowora. Nice refresh
ments vfare served.
Money toLoan on Real Estate.
To assist in Olivine, buildinnr or im
proving we can loan you money on one
to five years' time or out our Stale
Building & Loan Association payable
same as rent. See us before you make
your loan, We may be able to saye
Bratt & Goodman.
Mrs. Jennie Calhoun left this morn
ing for Grand Island to visit her mother
who is ill.
Mrs. Harry Fleishman nnd daughter
went to Omaha this morning to visit
rolativos for a week tir more. ' " " '
MrB. Albert Schntz, left ' yesterday
for Kansas City nndTopuka to spend n
month or longenwith rt'lntives.
The D. of II. social club will bo ontoi
tained Tuesday afternoon by Mesdames
Fred Wostenfekl nnd John Snltow at
the home of the former,
Mrs. Fred II. Thompson will enter
tain a number of the Lutheran ladies
this afternoon in honor of Mrs. Sam
Adams, of Kalamazoo, Mich., a former
resident and pioneer membor of tho
local Lutlioran church.
An enjoyable dancing party was held
at the Masonic Hall lust evening under
tho management of Messrs. Corbln
Jones and Millage Bullard. Music was
furnished by the Stamp orchestra and
the attondanco numbered forty-five
young ladies and gentlamon.
Use Less Gasoline and' Less
Cylinder Oil Than Any
Car Sold In North Platte
If ! tint MnifAmmnn Ia. Mi.i.i.lftM.M. ...Ill m,1-1 A4 i. !
, " "" ' ' "" ,ul" i""u' niui uiuutii iii luunng cars
average over 20 milos to the gallon of gasolino and alwavs over 4 00
miles to each gallon of cylinder oil. Mr. Gather, who owns a modol 81,
reports that he has travelod 3000 miles on four gallons of cylinder oil.
In a test held at Scottsbluflf last week, a modol 31 traveled 101 miles
over various kinds of roads, with five passengors. on 1 gallons nnd 8
quarts of gasoline. A now Buick was delivered to ScottsblufT from
North Platte on oxaotly 10 gallons of gasoline, 35 miles of tho road bolng
muddy, the dlstanco being 218 milos. Tho roason of this economy is that
the Buick cyllndors are smaller for the power dovolopod than any other
typo of engine and the workmanship and material aro of tho bost. Long
experience in building the same kind of an engine accounts for their
economy and very satisfactory performance to every owner.
At this date we have received 58 of tho 1913 IJulcks, we know that
Bulcks will bo hard to get In the nenr future and urgo you to place
your orders now for tho delivery you want so you will not be disappointed.
J... S. Davis Auto Co.
Rheumatism Quickly Cured.
"My sister's husband hod an attack
of rheumatism in his nrm," writes
n well known resident of Newton, la..
Liniment which he annlled to his nm
and on tho next morning tho rheuma
tism was gono." For chronic muscular
rhoumatlsm you will find nothing bot
tor than Chamburlaln's Liniment. Sold
by all dealers
The Kind of Clothes'
Gentlemen Wear ,
Custom made Suit
$20 to $45
Tailor made Suit;P
$25 to $47
over McDonald Dank.
2 DR. J. S. TWINEM, S.
m Hoipitnl acccmmalatlonii, Medical and 1m
m lurglcal attention irlvcn obitetrlcal catei. ; '
a Olllce Phone 183 Hos. Phbno'faa
onico McDonald Stato nankilld's;
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