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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1913)
A Colonial Aristocrat
DR. 0. II. CRESSLER,
J Office over the McDonald
Local and Personal.
Earl Brownfield, of Hershey, trans
acted business in town the first of this
Pat Hagorty went to Kearney a few
days ago to transact business for a few
Miss Elsie Shaw left Wednesday
morning for Kearney to attend the
Mrs. Carrior Hart returned to Omaha
Wednesday after visiting Mrs. D. A.
Miss Minnie Pierson, of Sutherland,
spent a few days here this week with
friends. v .
E. A. Calling, of Gothenburg, trans
acted business in town Wednesday and
AVilliam Rowland came up from
Omaha the first of this week to transact
business for a few days.
The estate of the late Dorothy Row
land is up for final distribution in the
county court this week.
Eugene and Clyde VanNatta, of
Curtis, transacted business in this city
a few days this week.
Henry Schott will go to Omaha this
ween to have an operation performed
on his eyos.
The Yeoman ball team will go to
Hershey Sunday to play with the Her
Miss Helen Tatum went to Lincoln
Wednesday morning to spend a
week with friends.
M. Rebhausen returned Wednesday
from Broken Bow where he spent sev
eral days on business.
Mrs. Frank Dickerson returned to
Hershey Tuesday after a short visit
with town friends.
Misses Kate Allen and Mildred Burg
nor have accepted positions in tho local
Mrs. W. C. Samuolson left a few
days ago for Friend to Bpend a couplo
of weks with relatives.
Mis. James Shea and son went to
Sutherland Tuesday morning to visit
friond3 for a few days.
County Supt. Cleo Chappoll left
Tuesday for Kearney to transact busi
ness for a few days.
Mrs. MikeHnyes and son Charles will
go to Hot Springs in the near future to
spend several weeks.
Thomas Marcott, of Brady, came up
Wednesday morning to visit his daugh
ter Miss Nona Marcott.
A.i E. Timmermnn left Wednesday
afternoon for a short visit in Gothen
burg on business.
Roy Dohcrty has returned from Sioux
City Where he went last week to attend
his sister's funeral.
Miss Celia Quirk, of Green River,
came a few days to visit hor cousin
Miss Lucy Dunn for a week. v
Leo Pass who has been attonding
Creighton' College in Omaha is expected
to return home this week.
flMiss Mabel Duke who was teaching
in Columbus returned home a few days
ago to spend tho summer.
William Stegall went to Council
Bluffs, the latter part of last week to
spend a week or longer.
W. R. Moloney left the fore part of
this week for Omaha to attend the
The Lutheran Brotherhood were en
tertained Monday evening at tho home
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Bretzer.
Jack Carroll who had been employed
in Vnlloy Junction for several months
is expected to return this weak.
Mrs. Laughlin, of Sutherland, spent
the first of this week in this city with
her son Frank Lauglin and wife.
George Handley, of Tacoma, Wash.,
left for Iowa cities Wednesday after a
short visit with friends here.
a rtua nf Plovnlnrwl. O.. nrrivnd n
few days ago to visit with Mr. and,
Mrs. D. E. Morrill for some time.
The estate of tho lateC. T. Robison is
up for hearing in the county court for
tho purpose of appointing an executor.
Mm. Carl Simon and daughter who
have been visiting relatives in Hast
ings will return nome monuay evening.
The Nebraska House on Front Street
is undergoing t number of changos and
improvements, among them will be a
new stucco front with lerge plate glass
Mrs. Charles B. Winegar and child
ren, of Lebanon, Kans., are the guests
of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Von Goetz having arrived a few
For bargains in choice residences see
Buchanan & Patterson's bargain list in
another column. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murrin left
Tuesday night for Pine Bluffs where
they were called by a message stating
i, thn fdrmnr'n father who resided
hero a few years ago had' died.
f. Annn IJovforth. wlin VlSltnd Ml-
atives in Schuyler lor several weeks, is
spending a lew days nere oeiore kuu'K
Tv.ntTnx tn mnl.' Vinr home with her
daughter, Mrs. William McGbne.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hankins. of Box
ri - nomtnn ennnt vesterdnv in town.
They have sold their personal property,
roiueu lllfir iiinii unuv.ui Bv .. uu..uu..
by wagon to spend several months.
Mrs. Harold Campbell and 'son, of
Denver, who were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Murrin were called to Pine
Bluffs Tuesday evening by the death of
the former's grandfather Micheal
We wish to thank the neighbors and
friends for their kindness during the
illness and at the death of our beloved
wife and daughter and for the floral
offerings. James Filbin. Mrs. James
Filbin, Sr. anu jurs. inomna muruu.
at Grand Island.
REDUCING THE COST OF LIVING
Granulated Suger, Beet. 20 lbs for . $1 .00
Granulated Sugar, Cane, 18 lbs for , 1.00
Tomatoes, large can . . . ; ';,; '- 10
Soda Crackers, large box, per lb . 06
Ginger Snaps poi lb. . . . 06
Dried Pears per lb
Seeded Rasins, 16 oz pkg
Alaska Red Salmon, 1 lb can.
Alaska Pink Salmon, 1 lb can
Kraut per can
Pumpkin per can
Large Package Oat Meal
Small Package Oat Meal
Grape Nuts, 2 pkgs
Macaroni, 3 lbs '
Japan type Rice, 4 lbs
Corn Starch per pkg
Gloss Starch per pkg
Kingsfords Starch per pkg . . .
Lewis Lye per can .
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We pay cash for your butter and eggs.
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE.
The Grand island Indcpendeut of
ednesdny contained the following bc
count of the wedding of two former
North Platte young people.
At 11 o'clock this morning, nt tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Driebus, in
tho south party of thicity, occurred tho
marriage of Miss OhUlnil to Mr. Thco
(lore D. White, of Cedar Rapids, In.
Rev. L. L. Lipe Ofifcho English Luth
eran church conducted an imprcssivo
ceremony in the presunce of membors
of the familv nnd n few immediate
friends. Tho home was beautifully dec'JJ
orHteu lor the occasion with palms and
mnssos of cut Mowers. ;
The bride was attired in n boautiful
embroidered gown and the brido's bo
nnet was cirricd by little Kathleen
t ostello, a niece. Mrs. W. M. Costol
lo, sister of the bride, played the wed
ding march, to tho strains of which
the hnppy couplo took their position bo
fore the guests for the tieing of the
knot. After the ceremony nn elabor
ate five-course dinner was sorved nnd
at 1:.0 Mr. and Mrs. White loft over
the Union Pacific to make thoir future
home at Cedar Rapids, la., tho bride
wearing a traveling suit of brown.
Mrs. White is tho youngest daughter
of Mrs. Addio Hall nnd for tho last
three yours mado hor home at North
Platte, where she held a position as
stenographer with Hoagland & Hong
land. She was born in this city and
has hosts of friends here. Mr. White
is n machinist and is steadily omplo'yed
with a large firm at Cedar Rapids. The
happy couple were shown n merry time
at the station where they wore
showored with rice, their baggage was
well decorated with old shoes, and the
berth especially decorated for tho
couple and properly labeled.
Events in Society.
Tho P. E. O. society were entertained
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. II. M.
The Girls Friendly Society will hold
an ice cream social at the Dickey Ico
Cream Parlors Thursday evening.
The M. B. A. held a social dance nt
the K. P. hall Wednesday evening. A
large number of young folks attended.
Little Yoette Duberry entertained a
number of friends Tuesday afternoon at
a birthday party. IS'ico refreshments
Thn 2fltli f!intnrv flul linq linon nrl.
mitted to the stnte federation. This is
the first and only club in this city to re
ceive this distinction.
About fifteen young people belonging
to u. K. s ot the Baptist church are
camping on the Holcombe ranch near
Maxwell this week. Mrs. W.Scott
Leon is chaperone for the party.
Mrs. HortonMunger and Miss Vir
ginia Bullard entertained the Girls'
Friendly Society Tuesday evening nt
tho home of the former. Nicely pre
pared refreshments wero served.
The 20th Century Club wero tho
guests f Mrs. M. E. Crosby Tuesday
afternoon. A couple of hours were
spent in kensington work nnd n nice
lunch served nt five thirty.
Mrs. John Ottenstein entertained a
number of ladies Wednesday afternoon
in honor of Mrs. Anthony Reis, who
formerly lived here. Delicious refresh
ments were served during the afternoon.
The Lutheran Brotherhood mot this
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Bretzer. Thirty-five wero in at
tendance. An ihtoresting meeting was
held in discussing mntter3 relative to
the welfare of their church. At the
close of the business session an enjoy
able lunch wns served for,, which the
men proved themselves truly grateful.
Mesdames James Snyder nnd Millard
Hosier entertained fifty Indies nt n
farewell, afternoon surpiso party Wed
nesday nfternoon for Mrs. J nines Shea
who will soon leavo for Virginia to
makj her home. The ladios spent a
couple of hours very enjoyably'and were
served with delicious refreshments.
Mrs. Shea was presented with a beau
tiful broach as a token of the esteem
in which is held by her neighbors and
friends in this city who regret her de
parture. The Catholic Girls Club were the
guests of Misses Floronce and Marie
Stack Wednesday evening. TableB were
arranged for games and five hundred
was played. First prize was awarded
to Miss Peail Howland and second prize
to Miss Ethel Donogan. Enjoyable re
freshments were served after the games.
Guests of the club wore Misses Fekan
of the Junior Normnl, Flynn and Mc
Ginley of Lincoln, Miss Bailey and Mrs.
Fries of St. Louis. Assisting the hos
tess were Misses Josic O'Hare, Loretta
Murphy and Gertruda Walker.
Our Clean- Up Sale
Ladies' and Children's Coats
. has .been a. bio: success .
Wo still have a fair assortment loft. , All good
stylos. Wo may have just your sizo and color
loi't if you come at once.
Ladies' 98.50 to $12.00 Coats ....,.,. $6.00
Ladies' $15.00 to $25.00 Coats $10.00
Children's $4.50 to $8.00 Coats $3.50
Wilcox Department Store
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Mrs. Meeks Denied Divorce.
Judge Grimes Wednesday denied a di
vorce to Mrs. W. C. Meeks, who sued
for n separation on tho ground of
cruely anu noglect. The Judge also
denied the cross-petition oi Meeks who
sought a divorce on tho charge of wrong
living on the part of his wito. About n
scoro of witnesses had been summoned
to give testimony in the case, and after
healing tho evidence tho Judgo de
cided that the two could livo better as
man nnd wife especially as thero was n
four year old child to be cared for. The
Meek'es were married five years ago,
and separated last March. Meeks savs
ho will not livo with his wife but will
help support her and tho child.
No Cause for Alarm.
Dr. W. T. Pritchard, government
veterinarian, who Inyostigated tho re
ported cattle disease nt the Lindburg
ranch north of Brady, found that practi
cally all of the thirty cattle lostby Lind
burg died from ofi'ects following the
March blizzard. There wero ruports that'
the cattle had died of some unknown
contngious diseaso and from the exag
gerated reports stockmen in the county
became much alarmed. Dr. Pritchnrd
says there is absolutely no causo for
uneasiness ns tho deaths did not result
from a contngious disease.
A titimlmi nt armpfnl nri?P will ll
offered for features in connection with
the Pourth of July celebration. Harry
Porter offers a purso of ten dollnrs for
tho two prettiest babies, seven dollars
to the prettiest ana uiree nuiinrs iu uio
second prettiest. C. F. Templo olTcrs
tun dnllnrs in thn fnrinur brinirini? in
the largest load of people, tho biggest
load to receive seven dollnrs and the
second largest three dollars.
The Second Annual Recital of North
Platte School of Music will be given at
tho studio, 122 W. Front St., on Friday
evening, June lamai np. m. vumission
10c. Tickets for snlc at Clinton's, Dix
on's nnd Rincker's.
Money to loan on real estate, cither.
. . .i .- ...
private money on mree io nve yems
time or out of our State Building &.
Loan Association payable monthly. See
Bratt & Goodman.
Buchanan & Patterson's
..Bargain List of Dwellings..
1 Five room house nnd barn, South Dewey street.
2 Good five room cottage, corner lot, shade trees'
and blue grass lawn, city water and sewer connection,
five blocks from high school. Price only' $1400,00.
Easy terms. ( "
3 Nice six room cottage 72 1 West Seventh street,
handy to new round house. Modern except' heat. Price
2,200. . ' ' ' ' t
4 Extra nice 4 room cottage on West Tenth street,
in the 600 bloofc. Price $1,750. ,
5 Good eight room dwelling on West Tenth street,
in the 900 block. Price $1,700.
6 Extra nice five room cottage, modern except heat
blue grass lawn and shade trees, 3 blocks Trom court
house. Price $2900.00 ( '
7 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
8 Nice Seven, Room Cottage and two Lots, out
buildings, shade trees and nice lawn. A bargain at
All of these properties are choice barcrains and
can be bought on easy terms. Be sure and see these
before you buy.
Buchanan & Patterson,
Stability, Efficiency arid Service
Six room house on West Eighth St. I
Must be sold quick and is a bargain.
Has Bath, Water, Electric Lights and '
Majestic range stove attached. Good
barn, trees and lawn. C. F. Temple. '
Mrs. F. Fredrickson nnd Miss Gladys
Rird fire nt Grand Island this week dele
gates to the Stato Lutheran League
Convention. Rev. C. IJ. Hnrmnn is also
attending the convention having heon
chosen to make one of tho chief ad
dresses. They will all return Friday
Men's Half Soles 75c
Men's Half Soles and Heels 1.00
Women's Half Soles 60c
Women's Half Soles and Heels '. 80c
Children's Half Soles 60c
Children's Half Soles and Heels , 80c
Full Rubber Heel 40c
Full Leather Heels 40c
ALL WORK (GUARANTEED.
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In tho growth of tho
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One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
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