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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1913)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JULY 15 1913.
'. Local and Personal
Prof. Harris, of Mooroflelil, spent
yesterday in town on business.
Mrs. 0. B. Frazier who has boen
visiting at her old home in the east,
returned here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leirk, Jr., be
gan housekeeping in the Huxull house
in the Fourth ward last week.
Miss Bertha Tilitz left this morning
for Central City to Bpend two weeks or
more with her sister Mrs. Jung.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Garman will
leave this week for cities of Ohio to
spend several weeks with relatives.
Miss Mayme McMichael will leave
this week for Michigan to visit friends
in different cities for several weoks.
Did you see tho 2.23 Spreads we are
offering at $1.10. i
George Patterson and daughter Jessie,
who had been visiting relatives in
Bioux City, returned home yesterday.
Misses Minnie Sieman and Fflie Wal
temath left yesterday morning for a
two weeks' visit with friends in Omaha.
A marriage license wbs issued yester
day by County Judge Grant to Fred L.
Miller age 2G and Miss Bessie Mastetter
age 17, both of this city.
For Sale A choice lot close in on
So. Walnut St. A bargain if sold with
in the next thirty dny3. Inquire at
200 Eat 4th St.
'The Ladies Auxiliary to the B. of L.
E. will hold a ten cent social Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chas.
Baskins. Cordial invitation to all.
Mrs. Charles Campbell and son
Harold returned thi3 morning from
Kearney wbere they accompanied the
remains of the late Mabel Campbell.
F, T. Redmond and son LoonarJ who
attended the Elks' Convention at
Rochester and then went to New York
City for a brief visit, are expected
Miss Helen Smith, of Kansas City,
who appeared on the Chautauqua pro
gram this week was tho gvie3t of her
former school mate, Mrs; Jesse Rector
while in this city.
' Mrs. Esther Harris, an aced lady of
the Fourth warS, died Saturday evening.
at the home of her daughter Mrs.
Walter Stewart. The funeral services
were held yesterday afternoon at the
residence and the remains taken to
Paxton last night.
Our sale continues all 'during this
week, special bargins all the time. We
offer the best - values of the season.
Cut prices on every item in the store,
we are offering much better prices nnd
values than ever before offered. You
can't afford to miss this sale"
E. T. Tkamp &Son.
Miss Ruth McGuiro and Bui ton
Brown, of Norfolk, will be married at
an early mass at St. Patricks' chinch
tomorrow moininc. Mis3 McGuiie is
the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charles I
McGuire, of this city, and spent the j
greater pait of last summer here. i
Brail ec Goodman are writing the
most liberal life insurance policy in the
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New i
York. Read the policy and you will '
vant it. Bratt & Goodmaji, j
The Store of
Our Weekly Recipe
Grapo and Cheese Salad. Get
lome nice white Malaga -grapes,
slit one side open and with the
tip of a knife tako out the seeds.
Put them on lettuce and covor
with French dressing and set on
ice to chill for a few minutes,
then cover all with crt'nm cheese
put through the ricor.
il fill tin
Clyde Allison, of Dickons, istransact
bueinoss in' town today.
W. W. Scott will lenve tomorrow for
Seward to spend a month,
Miss Clara Gnssner spent the week
end with her parents in Chappell.
Automobile insurance, Woodhurst's
nsurance Agency. 42-S
Miss Josie O'Hare is spending this
week in Grand Island on business.
J. "W. Alexander nnd son, of Dickens,
nre among the out of town people here
C. W. Thomas, S. M. Moore, John
Nagel, of Dickens, nrej trailing in tow H
Jess Smith and Jo Jessup went to
Wollfleet today to spend week on
Washing is hard work inhot weather,
See the Electric Washer at Hershey's,
Mrs. Arleigh Jones left a few days
ago to visit her parents in Denver in
definately. For bargains in choice residences see
Buchanan & Patterson's bargain list in
another column tf
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cauffman will
leave this week for cities of Washington
to spend several weeks.
Wanted Work by first-class cleaner
and presser, mnchine or otherwise.
Address H. H. Jenkins, Holdrege,Neb.
Miss Katherine Herrod who ha3 been
visiting in Pazton with the Brogan
family for some time will return to
morrow. If your idle money is not netting- 7
to 8 per cent interest in safe first
mortgage loans, not taxable; see Bratt
Miss Marv Murphy, of Omaha, who
visited her sister Miss Kate Murphy
for two weeks, went home the latter
part of last week.
Charles Palmer ao 20 and Miss
Harriet Richards ago 18, both of this
city, were granted a permit to wed
Money to loan on real estate on
short or long time.
Bratt & Goodman.
All tho new things in the Bulgarian
voiles we are sellmg at a great reduc
tion, the newest cloth on the market at
22 and 33c per yard. E. T. Tramp & Son.
Weather forecast: Continued fair to
night and tomorrow; not much change
in temperatura. moderate winds. Max
imum temperature yesterday 88 de
grees. Guests at the home of Miss Mayme
McMichael last week were Misses
Grace and Hazel King, Morley Pierson,
Joseph Sym'edeum and Charles Mann,
all of Sidney.
Lost On the ball grounds at Willow
Island Sunday, a gentlemen's watch, 16
size hunting case, Rockfoid movement;
sifk nuard attached. Finder return to
C. J. Vroman, North Platte, and receive
, FOR QUICK SALE.
-Block 1 1 in Miller's Addition. Will
sell separate lots or entire block.
Inquire of or address W. D. Waldo,
North Platte, Neb. , 49-4
upon us and see if
Does not reflect your
ideas of cleanliness,
quality and good taste
Chase & -Sandorn
Fresh Fruits and
Berries in Season
H. L. Greeson
Chautauqua Opens With
North Platte's fourth annual Chau
tauqua opened Saturday evening with n
rather disappointing attendance con
sidering the tnlent announced for the
ovoning'; but it is evident that people
don't particularly enjoy political discus
sions in hot weather. Tho program for
the evening was in the nnture of a de
bate between Henry J. Allen, a Wash
ington correspondent fora progressiue
nowspapor, a progressive of the Roose
velt type and the man who seconded the
nomination of Roosevelt in 1912 Chicago
convention; nnd Congressman Scott, of
Ohio, who is somewhat of a stand
patter. Both are fluent talkers, and
each well held the close "attention
of the audience. During the evening
Helen Smith, a capable vocalist ren
derend several selections.
Sunday afternoon Chancellor Brad
ford gave n lecture that was highly
commended by his hearers; in fact it
was pronounced one of tho best addres
ses ever delivered at North Piatte
Chautauqua. As a prelude the Bennett
male quartette rendered a progrnm of
snered music nnd was heartly encored.
This quartette gave a concert in the
evening and received n most huaity
welcome. They wore followed by Ned
Woodman a chalk illustrator and talker
who is very good. (
Yesterday afternoon as a prelude the
Regnier3 gave a progrnm of vocal and
instrumental numbers, and was followed
by a lecture by Mrs. A,. C. Zehner, a
southern woman of marked brilliancy
Last night The Regnicrs gave a
musicial prelude to a program of read
ings by Ellsworth Plumstead. two of
which were in co3tume. He is a good
This afternoon's feature will be a
musical program by the military girls,
and this evening George Aydolott will
deliver a lecture on "The Man of the
Hour." The Military Girls will . also
appear on the evening program.
Tomorrow afternoon tho Fisher Shipp
Co., who have been here before, will
fill the program with Impersonations
nnd musicial selections, and they will
again appear in the evening,' in addition
to a lecture by Dr. Mitchell. Chancellor
Bradford will also be on the aftornoon
Thursday afternoon the Royal Italian
Guards Band will make its initial ap
pearance, this band in connection with
a lecture by F. E. Gordon constituting
the afternoon program. The Chautau"
qua will close Thursday evening with a
concert by the Guards Bond.
The talent nngaged for this Chautau
qua is above the average, ahd the pro
grams are sufliciently varied to please
The'home builder should investigate
the liberal policy of our State Build
ing &. Loan Association to borrowers,
Nothing cheaper or more equitable,
bee Bratt & Coodman, Agents.
Earn Twenty Per Man.
Tho Military band, which played the
Rice & Dore Carnival on a fifteen per
cent basis, agreeing to pay the license
fee and water and light expense, finds
its net receipts are about 360, or
twenty dollars per man. This apportion
ment goes to each member as an indivi
dual, and not into the band treasury.
Girl for general housework. SApply
421 West 1th St. Mrs. E. R. Goodman.
The forty-five eastern railroads, upon
which the trainmen and conductors
voted to strikG unless granted an in
crease in pay, have agreed to submit the
matter to a board of arbitration Nino
hundred employes on the various rail
roads are already out, not waiting for a
foimal declaration of a strike.
Fine batiste and lawns regular 12
and 15c values go at 5c per yaid during
this sale. E. T. Tkami & Son.
J. A. Waddick, fireman of the Union
Pacific, was injured at Kearney Sunday
when he fell 'from the tank of nn
engine, tie wbs pulling tho water
plug when the hook slipped and he fell
uacicwaras to me ground. He re
ceived a scalp wound which required
several siiicnes nnu nau nis arm In
jured, though not seriously.
THE MUTUAL BUILDING & LOAN
The-ttssets of tftis association exceed
tho sum of half a million dollars. The
reduction of the rate of interest to bor
rowers has increased the demand for
loans; and in order to meet this demand
the association will issuo a limited
amounted of its PAID UP STQCK.
Money invested in this paid up stock
draws six per cent interest, payable
semi-annually, and may be withdrawn
ut any time upon thirty days notice,
such notico being waived where there
are funds in the treasury to meet the
T. C. Patterson, President.
Samuel, Goozee, Secretary.
ednesday and Thursday
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Meat Prices Still Soaring.
Meat prices are still advancing nnd
hundreds of small meat maikets in the
cities have been driven out'of business
on account of high prices decreasing
their business. In Omaha for instance,
whero letailors pnfil 4J cents per pound
for sheep carensses tho first of the
year, tney are now paying uj cents per
pound. January 1, six months ago,
they paid 12 cents for poik loins at tho
packing houses. Now thoy pay 15i
cents for the same article. For veal
carcasses thoy paid 10J cents Jnnunry 1,
now they pay 17 cents. They then paid'
16J cents for bacon. Now they must
The store building on corner Locust
and 6th streets, houses furnished and
unfurnished rooms. Also 320 acres of
good bottom hay laifd close to station,
Price low and terms easy.
Bratt & Goodman.
Parcel Post Limit is Raised.
Effective August 15 pie limit on tho
weight of parcel post pnekagea will bo
lifted from eleven pounds and increnscd
to twenty. This announcement was
made bv Jamea L. Stice, superintendent
of tho Fourteenth division of the rail
way mail service, upon receipt of noti
fication from PostmasterGencral Burle
son. In addition to increasing the weigli
limit on parcel post packages tho second
zone will be abolished, the fiist and
second zones being consolidated and the
rates applying to thd first zone will pre
vail. Under this new order the rates
for Bonding a package l distance of 150
miles will be identical per pound with
theratosona package going button
The hartpightning and windstorm
season is still with us. If not fully pro
tected, have Bratt & Goodman write
you a policy. The cost is small com
pared to the benefits received.
The county commisioners have made
semi-annual settlement with County
Judge Grant, County Clork Yost and
Sheriff Salisbury, and renewed J tho
contract with Mrs. Emma Pulvor for
the care of the poor of Lincoln county
for tho ensuing year.
$3.00 '::?;:" ,
I Boy's Knickboekers Pants
j' . N -:j , 50c v$: -I
j H. Scoonover & Co.
I The Home of Chesterfield Clothes. j
Men's Work Trousers
9- r nn
'.Boy's Norfolk Suits
Miss Hazel Smith will return tonight
from Denver' where she spent two
weeks with tho Broach family.
C. W. Home left at noon Saturday
for Omaha to visit for a week or
Stability, Efficiency and Service
Ilnva boon tho V?iolor.s
,ij tho growth of tho
First National Bank,
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HfQllTll 1JTA TTJS, 2i1lli HA SKA .
OAJJ7Vl7w AND SUJiIJhUSt
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars. '
'! gSSSwyjyLlfaljSftS?HOTAil; " "' i i nwwi""li'i u mi ninnntj ii
lvlMify You can see under the glass
PpF 5s how rough that spindle is.
Mica Axle Grease
Fills the cracks and makes easy, smooth running. SI!
."It's the Mica tJxat does it."
Standard Oil Company
1 ' " . ij!..'.''j"gHig"!g Mil nmny ! II
Win. McMichael, of Maywood trans
acted business in town last wek.
Miss Iono Chappell, of tho Junior
Normal faculty left tho lattor part of
Inst week for Kearney to visit relatives
for a few days.
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