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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1913)
is at your service. If your
eyes tire when you nre
doing close work it is n
certain indication that you
should have glasses to over
come the strain. Wo make
no charge for examination
and guarantee each pair of
glasses we sell to relieve"
the eve strain. Call in
and let us show you how
much good we can do you.
The Jeweler and Optician
The Girls' Friendly Society will meet
this evening at the guild home.
Miss Lizzie JHaverland and mother
went to Hershey Sunday to visit rela
tives. Mian Mnrn nlnLlm. nt TV .,-,., ..t:t.,.l
friends n town ths latter part of last
j What is thelden?
I Gilbert Peters who left recently for
. Denver has decided to locate in that
I Miss Arthtir Home who was a patient
I at the P. & S. hospital haj returned
I to her home.
I Will Hendy left Sunday for Omaha to
1 bring up n new Studebaker car for
DR. 0. II. CRESSLER. ?
m Office over the McDonald 2
Local and Personal
Vfrgie Padgett left Sunday for Den
ver to visit for a week or longer.
Mrs. Ralph Garmanwill entertain the
Nevita Club to-morrow afternoon.
0. Oberg left the latter part of last
week for Sidney to spend a fow days
Edward Thompson and mother went
to Grand Island Saturday morning to
A district Sunday school convention
will be held at the Nichols school house
Miss Bartholemew, of Gothenburg,
spent the latter of last week in town
' with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Strange left
Saturday for Ogden to spend a couple
Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell left
Saturday for Denver to visit for a week
Grover Thompson went to Kansas
City Saturday to visit friends for a
Glen Lorimer returned yesterday
from Omaha where he visited for sev
James Shoop, of Sutherland, trans
acted business in town yesterday and
visited with friends. 3
Mrs. George Davis went to Fremont
a few days ago to visit with friends for
a couple of weeks.
E. Knmla and wife were among those
who went to Denver Sunday to spend a
week or more.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of Cozad, who
visited in town last week, left for home
Mr. and Mrs. Esham and baby left
the latter part of Jast week for Omaha
to visit friends for ten days.,.
Difference of opinion regarding
the place to buy groceries will
not occur if you buy here. It is
a common saying that you get
better goods for less money hero
Tulip Flour per sack $1.35
Union Flour per sack. . 1.40
oc a sack less in 10
Crackers large box per lb .06
Ginger Snaps per lb 06
Oatmeal, large pkg 20
Oatmeal, small pkg 10
Lewis Lye per can 08
Pink Salmon per can 10
Alaska Red Salmon per can .15
Rice, Jap type, 4 lbs for. . ..25
Tomatoes, large can 10
Kingsfords Starch per pkg.. 08
Corn Starch per pkg 05
Gloss Starch per pkg 05
Macironi, 3 lbs 25
Grape Nuts, 2 pkgs 25
Corn Flakes, 4 pkgs 25
Oil Sardines, 6 for 25
Sweet Potatoes, per can. . 12
K C Baking powder 25 oz .20
K C Baking powder 50 oz .40
K C Baking powder 5 lb ..GO
Horse Shoe tobacco per lb .45
Star Tobacco per lb. 45
Swifts Premium Hams, lb 22
Pic Nic Hams, per lb 17
Soda, 1 lb pkg 08
Yeast, 3 pkgs 10
Salt, 1001b sack 75
Salt, Sulphurized Rock
per block 50
Corn (Grand Island) 4 cans.25
Ganulated Sugar (cane)
18 lbs 1.00
Granulated Sugar (beet)
$3 lbs l.oo
I Yv anted" First class experienced
chambermaid at the Vienna, no other
Miss Agnes Jones who was taking
treatment at the St. Luke's Hospital
has recovered nnd returned home.
Mrs. Frank Winkleman who came
from Fremont last week to attend the
D. of H. Convention left Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Buckley and
baby who visited relatives in Bridge
port last week have returned homo.
Miss Cloy Davis, of Niotn, 111,, ar
rived here Saturday to be the guest of
.miss Finnic iowe ior a couple ot
Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Parker, of
Rawlins, returned home Sunday after
Miss Kathleen Flynn will leave
Thursday for Kansas City, Hot Springs
and other points to visit friends for
Indian Trance Medium, Clairvoyant
Palmist, giited from birth, reads you
from cradle to grave, located at the
Albert Griemiman, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., who was visiting his uncle Gus
Meyers left foi Wellfleet last week to
spend the summer.
A ball game between the Yeoman
nine and the Hershey team has ar-.
ranged to be played on the local grounds
Miss Ella Williams, of Sidney, who
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Carroll last week left this morning for
Fremont to visit friends.
Miss Gertrude Rebhausen entertained
a score of young people last evening at
cards, music and games. Enjoyable
refreshments were served during the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hierten, of San
Francisco, who visited Mr. and Mrs.
Gregory Schatzlast week while enroute
homo from the east, left yesterday
John Frew, of Keystone, and Miss
Sophia Goide, of Tecomana, wero mar
ried the latter part of last week at the
Lutheran parsonage by Rev. Harman.
They left Friday for Keystone to
Woodhurst's Insurance Agency.
Every known kind of insurance. North
Platte, Neb. 42-S
Dr..Stadden and father, of Williams
sport, Pa., who were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Baskins and family
last wetk left Saturday for the east.
They are enroute home from an exten
ded visit in California.
The Epworth League held an enjoy
able moonlight picnic in the hills south
of town Friday evening. After a couple
of hours spent in outdoor amusements
all did justice to the well filled lunch
Mrs. A. J. Mumma and daughter, of
Iola, Ks., are visiting a,t the home of
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Spurrier, west of
town. Mrs. Mumma is a sister of Mr.
Spurrier. They will remain for about a
Corn fields- on the south side between
the experimental station and Fort Mc
Pherson nro certainlv fine. The stanrl is
good, well advanced and a healthy color. J
j. ijb ucreuge seems w oe larger man
In honor of their first wedding anni
versary Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carroll en
tertained a number of friends and rela
tives Friday eveninc at a seven o'clock
dinner. Out of town guests were Mos-,
dames Williams, of Sidney and Anton i
The S. O. C. club was entertained at
the home of Mrs. Andy Scharman Fri
day afternoon. The afternoon was
spent in guessing contests and music.
In the contests the prizes were won by
Mrs. Ray Snyder and Mrs. Russell
Wyman. During the afternoon election
of officers was held and Mrs. Stegall
elected president, Mrs. Ray Snyder
vice-president and Mrs. Andy Scharman
secretary and treasurer.
Will Soon Open.
The finishing touches nro being made
today to the Empress Theatre, John R.
Ritner's new play house on west Sixth
street, and it is expected that the for
mal opening will either be next Saturday
or Monday night.
The dimensions of the room are 22x
110 and the seating capacity Is 234.
This capacity could nave been increased
iiuu ur. uuner purcnaseu tne ordinary
18-inch chairs, but for the comfort of
his patrons he purchased chairs twenty
inches wide and will give each chair
three inches more floor space than is
ordinarily given, thus avoiding uncom
fortable crowding. The room is well
ventilated with windows and ceiling
ventilators, the front is artistic and well
provided with lights, and the floor has
a descent that guarantees an excellent
view of the curtain.
Tho machine has been received and
will be operated by Dick Cox, who has
been with tho Keith theatre for a num
ber of months. The chairs and other
furniture was shipped from Chicago
lasi weeK nnn will reach here today or
tomorrow, The machine and curtain in
nf tho lntpfit mrwlnl nrwt otan.lt. .....II
defined pictures will result.
Mr. Ritner has not, apparently,
.spared any" expense in building and
tuiiuaiiiiiK una new juice 01 amuse
ment, and by giving first-class pro
grams hopes tomeri a generous portion
of the patronage of picture show at
tendants. Th'e exact date of the opening will be
announced in a day or two.
At the meeting of the city council on
Wednesday of last wek a resolution
was passed revoking th printing con
tract with The Telegraph. This resolution
was vetoed by Mayor Evans at a special
meeting of the council Friday morning.
A motion was made to pass the resolu
tion over the mayor's veto, but it failed
to receive the necessary number of
votes. For a number of vears past both
The Tribune nnd The Telegraph have
been designated as official papers, and
as one or the other enters practically
every home in town, wide publicity has
been given the official notices, which is
the real purpose of their publication. It
would therefore seem that tho council
in reconsidering their action of Wednes
day evening did the right thing, as by
using both papers property owners nnd
citizens generally have a better oppor
tunity of learning of the official acts of
the city's governing body.
Arthur Stubbs, whose father was
division master mechanic at this ter
minal in 1902, visited friends in town
The Brazilian minister nnd family
and other prominent men of Brazil,
nassed west in n unnninl trnin lnot
Can't Keep It Secret.
The splendid work of Chamberlain's
Tablets is daily becoming more widely
known, No such grand remedy for
stomach and liver croubles has ever
been known. For sale by all dealers,
You will need some of these use
Paris Green, per lb 35c, lb 20c.
i lb 10c
Arsenate Lead, per lb 25c. Lon
don purple, per lb 35c.
Nictone, for spraying delicate
plants (use 1 oz to 1 gallon
water) 20c per oz.
A. D. S. Foot Soap, for tender
aching feet, large cako 25c.
Bugicide, Large Bottle 25c. This
is a non poisonous Bed Bug
Sani-Flush, for keeping water
closet bowls white, per can 25c
Insect Powder 10c, 15c and 25c
Palm Olive Soap, special deal,
5 cakes and a 5uc jar Palm
Olive Cream for 50c.
Stone Drug Co.
Refurnishes the Vienna.
The balance of new furnishings for
the dining room and lunch room of tho
Vienna Cafe arrived yesterday nnd
Were nlaced in Doaltion. Tho tnlilo.
chairs, and decorations for tho dining
room were received two weeks ago,
but the counters, cases nnd stands for
the lunch room had been delayed. All
the furniture is in mission finish, and
very attractive in appearance. Through
the use of these now furnishings,
bread, cak-s, pies, in fact all eatables,
are kept in neat cases, fre"e from dust
and flies, and therefore more cleanly
Tho dining an 1 lunch rooms have
been repainted and repapered, and the
former has been tastofully decorated
with artificial vines and ilo'wors, giving
it a decidedly inviting appearance. Tho
iloors in both rooms have been covered
with matting nnd the establishment as
a whole presents n much improved ap
pearance since Mr. Hupfer assumed
A new chef nnd a new baker arrived
from Omaha today, and whonover it is
possible to improvo the service changes
will be made. In fnct Mr. Hupfer
proposes to make The Vienna a credit
to North Platte.
Brntt & Goodman have many real
bargains in houses, lots, improved
farms, unimproved farm land and
stock ranches. Sec them before you
Myrtle and Vicinity,
Arthur Mnrnn mnrlrxtnd ttntntnos nt
the county sent Monday.
A I. Pittmnn and Pearl Greeley took
in the clrus Tuesday.
Children's Day exercises were held at
the cement school house last Sunday.
A large crowd gathered to hear the pro
gram and partake of the picnic dinnor.
Ed Wright came up from North Platte
Monday after his having tools.
P. D. Tntman was at North Platte
Tuesday after twine to bind his rye
crop. He has eighty acres of rye and it
is looking fine.
, Several much needed rains have
visited this locality lately and fnrmors
nro looking forward to raising a large
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Allison nnd Mrs.
T. J. Combs motored to North Platto
W. A. Stearns markered hogs nt
North Platte Saturday.
Mrs. W. A. Stearns is on the sick
Chas. Gambrel and wife accompanied
by Bert Brunt motered to Northlatte.
Shake Off Your Rheumatism.
Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. Try a twenty-five cent
bottle of Chamberlain's Liment and
see how quickly your rheumatic pains
disappear. Sold by all denlors.
You Can Have This Gossard
Model and be Correctly Fitted
for 3.50 ;:
j EVENT ,
I Saturday, June 21st, J
j to sj
i oattfrday, June 28th S
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Stenographers, office womons
mothers, sates women, corsot
saleswomen, buyors, daughters,
niillinon, in fnct, almost any 2
woman can up successfully ntted .
in this Model. "
As it is a Gossnrd, nothing more
need be suid as to itsqunlity.
It is modeled for tho present
modo -very low bust,, a" straight
back line, smaller hips and an
extra long skirt.
Its two great features arof
perfect ease pins tho correct modo
so that tho woman who wears t;
constantly is assured "of comforts
and a feeling of being corseted at
Made of stout, sterling cloth,
truly u wonderful vnluo nt.,$3.60.
1 Other GoitiinU Mwlvli nt $6.00, .90, 98.30 nnd up.
The best retailers all over the
United States have set aside
this week to make a complete
demonstration of Marx Made
Trousers. They are garments
of a national reputation with
individual character in every
pair that's why we think
them worthy of this special
consideration. , Marx Made
Trousers embody so many
new and practical ideas in
trouser construction that it's
worth your while to do some
investigating- on your own
For example Take the
"Wunder Waist Band," an
exclusive feature to be found
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The "Wunder Waist Band"
insures perfect fit at the hip
it keeps your trousers from
sagging at the waist it maJces
them hang perfectly, because
it is a belt-holding device,
made, of one thickness of cloth
on scientific principles.
Marx-Made Trousers are su
perior, because they are perfect and more desirable-
more are sold than any other make, that's why the
manufacturers of Marx Made Trousers command first
choice of trouser materials on the market.
Remember the Date- June 21st to June 28th.
It's hot, to be sure, but you can't go without
trousers, even if you do shed your coat and vest.
More than a million men wear MARX MADE
Trousers with the "Wunder Waist-Band"
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Telephone Hod IMS 6"(l'i Dewey St
North Mane, SV,rika,
Office phono 241. Res. phono 217
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