The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, September 09, 1913, Image 4

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Local and Personal
Dell Bonner will leave this week for
Lincoln to finish his course in the state
university.
Mrs. Frank Winkleman, of Fremont,
is visiting her son and daugdters who
reside here.
Miss Ethel Doncgan has resigned her
position as bookkeeper In the Star
Bottling Works.
T. F. Watts left Saturday morning
for Denver where he was called by the
illness of a relative.
i Ferdinand Steeitz left at noon Satur
day to take n courso in a business
college at Quincy, III.
Charles Lierk, Sr., left Friday even
ing for Lincoln and Omaha to spend
several days on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Collins will re
turn this week from their protracted
visit with friends In California.
Colored girl wants to do general
house work, or work by the day, no
washing or ironing. Apply at this office.
, The Dawson county fair opens to
morrow at Loxington. Among the
amusement features are monoplane
flights.
Mrs. A. S. Chamberlain has returned
from Atwood and Sterling where she
visited her daughters for a couple of
weeks.
Miss Bornico Prickett of Fremont,
who was the guest of the Misses
Eileen nnd Edith Gantt, left Friday
evening.
MIbs Lessloy McCandless, of New
ton, Kan., who spent last week with
her aunt Mrs. W. J. Cruzen, left Fri
day evening.
Mrs. Loan, pf Gothenburg, who
viBited her daughter Mrs. Alex
Brooks last week, left for home Satur.
day afternoon.
Six couples of tho younger social set
autoed to Maxwell the latter part of
last of last week and spent the evening
in roller skating.
J. Musner, a professional ball player
lato of Salt Lake, is expected this week
to join the local team and play tho re
mainder of this sctuon.
Lost Between North River bridgo
and townladies' blue sergo coat with
tan collar. If returned at once to this
ofllco no questions will be asked.
On account of the track being washed
out at Hock Points near Cheyenne all
cast bound trains wore delayed several
"hours yesterday, the greater number
of them arriving at six o'clock last
evening.
Miss Elizabeth Brand, formerly of
this city who spent her vacation with
tho homo folks in Osgood Mo., visited
friends here tho latter part of Inst week
while enroute to Sarben to begin her
term of school.
Mrs. Ray Snyder pleasantly enter
tained the S. 0. 0. club Friday after
noon: The prize winners in tho games
were Mrs. Asa Snyder und MIsb May mo
Doyle. A nice lunch waB served after
tho card games.
Stop Thief "is under the direction
of Messrs. Cohan and Harris two of
America's beat producers and if their
past offerings, in this city is of vuluo
wo may expect a performance consider
ably boyond the ordinary.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barrett who re
cently camo here from Green River,
will make their future home with the
letter's mother Mrs. Landgraf . The
iormor hus accepted a position in
one of the Union Pacific offices.
J. A. Rannie returned tho latter part
of lapt week from his trip to Portland,
returning home via Los Angeles. He
mot u number of former North Platte
Platto people in Oregon und Southern
California, and had a pleasant visit
with them.
The optimistic Hastings Democrat
says tho farmers of Nebraska have
had seven loan yearn and are now prom
ised seven fat jours. It advises far
mers to put in a largo acreage of fall
grain, although present conditions may
not bo altogether favorable.
Rev. C. H. Miller and- family will
leayo this week for Kearnoy to make
their future homo. For several years
Eider Millor has been In charge of
tho Seventh Dny Adventist church and
his congregation and friends regrot
his departuro from this city.
Governor Morohead says that the
latter part of this month ho will make
a call for tho people of the state to
devoto two days to working on the
roads. Four or five hundred mon in
North Platto bIiouUI respond to tho call
and improve tho rosds leading into
North Platto from all directions.
Replying to nn inquiry: Col. W. F.
Cody earned the title of "Buffalo Bill"
by killing 4,280 buffalo in cightoen
months in Kantms nnd selling tho car
casses to railroad contractors who wero
building tho Kansas Pacific railroad.
These buffalo furnished the fresh moat
for tho laborers on tho construction
work.
'Slop Thief" numbers among its
perfect company of players a well
known North Platto boy, John McCubo,
nnd also, stage director of this
famous comedy. Mr, McCubo
who enacts a prominent rolo
cnjoyj)a wide clrcJe of friends In this
city who aro anxiously awaiting his
home-coming.
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Local and Personal
Olaf Johnson, of Brudy, was a visitor
In town the latter part of last wcok.
Ed. Coker, of Sutherland, spent the
latter part of laRt wek here on busi
ness. , E. Carpenter, of Hershey, spent tho
latter part of last wek hero on busi
ness. John Scott
are guests ut
and daughter Veronica
the Mettln home this
week.
Roy Ames will leave this week for
Curtis where he will attend tho agricul
tural school.
Mrs. Alex Brooks and baby went to
Gothenburg to spend a week visiting
tho home fo)ks.
10m uesxitt, 01 Sutherland, waB a
business visitor in town the latter part
of 1-st week.
Porry Sitton came from Omaha th
first of this week to transact business
for several days.
Attorney and Mrs. J. J. Hallienn
and daughter Lucille went to Ognlnlln
Friday afternoon.
Miss M-no Schatz returned Friday
evening from Denvernftor spending two
weeks with relatives.
Messrs. Corbin Jones and Milledce
Bullard will give a sociul dance this
week in tho Masonic hall.
Mrs. Georgo Coates returned Friday
evening from Grand Island and Lincoln
where she visited relatives.
Mrs. Bauugarden and daughter, of
Oborlin, Kaps., camo u few days ago
to visit Mrs."7lahb Mettln.
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Sam Grace; of Oinaha, camo up Sat
urday morning to transact business
witli tho local machinists lodge.
W, W, Burr returned Saturday
morning from Lincoln whore ho at
tended thojstato fajphist week.
ftiSO To1(i f III Al.l- TlrtH tltttrt limn
the guest of Mr, and airs. Will Huddard
roturned homo Friduy afternoon.
Hugh McCluro who had been pltchinor
for tho local ball team left Thursday
owning for Iowa to take chavgo of a
manual training school.
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TO THE LADIES OF NORTH
PLATTE and VICINITY:
OUR Mammoth Stock of Ladies' Suits and; Coats just
arrived from New York, is, without doubt, one of
smartest, most up-to-date lines ever shown west of
the Missouri river. Prices from
'$12.00 up
Garments from $18. and upward
No two alike will you find in our store. Mrs. Clow, a
practical, ready-to-wear fitter of wide experience, has
charge of these departnents, and she will take great pleas
ure in waiting on you.
To Introduce our Line of Coats and Suits
during this week, a Silk Petticoat will be given away free
with every purchase from $12.00 up.
Suits and Coats for Stout Wompn, sizes atp to 48, will be
found in our ready-to wear department.
A very Smart Line of Misses Children's Coats
Shown here. Before you buy your Suit or Coat inspect our line. I buy
my goods direct from the manufacturers for spot cash. The customer
saves the middlemen's profits. Alterations free of charge. ,.
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SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
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"Dusty Rhoades left Sunday evening
for Denver to accept a position.
R. L. Baker left Saturday night for
a fow days' visit in Denver and Color
ado Springs.
Tom Green left Friday nftomoon for
Grand Island after spending several
days here on business.
Georgo has boon one of the busiest
lawyers in town since January first and
has well earned a vacation.
Bruce Brown returned Saturday
afternoon from a business visit in the
eastern part of this Btate.
Mis3 Mabel Burke returned the latter
part of last week from on extended
visit with relatives in Denver.
Mrs. F. A. Baughan left Saturday
morning for Lincoln and Omaha to
spend three weeks with relatives.
Miss Ethel McWilliams will resume
work in the Newton Art store this
week after three months' vacation.
Miss Gertrude Herrod, of Columbus,
who had been visiting town friends
for ten doys wont home yesterday.
Misses Loretta Murphy and her
cousin Rose Ganey, of 'Chicago, spent
he week end in Paxton with friends.
Roberts Evans, of DesMoines, who is
enroute to tho mountains by nuto
visited Mrs. H. M. Grimes, Saturday.
County Attorney Gibbs left Saturday
night for Denver nnd Colorado Springs,
where he will spend n brief vacation.
Michael Hayes, son Charles and
daughter Vaunita returned the latter
part of last week fiom the state fair
at Lincoln.
Homor Hall, of Beverly, Knns., and
Robert Hall, of Salina, cumo the latter
part of last week to visit Mr. ond Mrs.
John Bonner and family for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Garman, and
Ralph Garman of Milwaukee, who
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Snyder, returned home Friday after
noon. Loo Pass loft Sunday for Omaha to
take up his studies in Crolghton collogu
after a short visit with the homo folks.
He spent tho summer playing ball with
tho Stanton team.
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Dr. N. McCabe left Sunday afternoon
for Grand Island on business.
Miss Beebe Murphy, nf Meringo.Nla.,
is visiting her sister Mrs. Neale Turpie.
Mrs. Everett York has returned
from a pleasant visits with relatives in
Cozad.
Mrs. Alice Ferguson, who spent the
summer in Indiana and Iowa, will re
turn this week.
Mrs. Ralph Garman returned Satur
day from a short visit in Malvern, la.,
with relatives.
Miss Roxv Murphy left Saturday
afternoon for Sutherland where she has
been engaged as teacher.
Lawronco Herrod, of Columbus, who
spent the week end at the Rebhausen
homo, left Sunday evening.
Jesse Rosenblum, who has been em
ployed in Cheyenne for some time, came
down Sunday to visit his family.
Miss Katherine Murphy of the P. &
S. nursing staff will go to Omaa this
week to attend the wedding of her
sister.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Oleson, of the Eagle
rooming house, left Saturday ovening
for Gothenburg to visit friends for a
week.
Mrs. Lee Sarto and bab, of Savanna,
111., camo Saturday afternoon to visit
her mother Mrs. Johanna McGraw for
a few weeks.
Mrs. J. II. Fonda nnd dnughter
Blancho who w.ere guests of Denver
friends returned homo tho latter part
of last week.
Edward Fiiendiind family, of Den
ver, camo down Saturday by auto to
visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Fillion nnd
othor relatives.
Miss Roso Gnney, of Chicago, who
has been visiting her cousin Miss
Loretta Murphy for several weeks, will
ieavo in a few days.
Clarence Hlickensderfer, a former
North Platto boy, who had been visit
gin tho Hinman family, loft Sunday
for his homo in New Mexico.
Mrs. B. R. Fletcher and sister Miss
Boutwell left Saturday evening for a
visit nt their old homo in Topcka, Kan.
They will be absent seVeral weeks.
Victor Halligan will leave the latter
part of this week for Lincoln to take
up his aourse in the State University.
Mrs. E i ward Drain, of Pittsburg,
who wa3 the guest of Mrs. W. V.
Hoagland for several weeks, left fo r
home this morning.
Phil Pizer, of Ogalalla, went thru,
Saturday afternoon from New York
and Chicngo where in company with
his brother Julius he purchased fall and
winter goods.
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Miss E. E. Hamilton formerly a nurse
at the St. Luke hospital who had been
visiting in town left Friday evening.
A baby girl was born recently to Mr.
and Mrs. James Stafford of Pax:on.
Mrs. Stafford was formerly Miss Mar
garet McFadden.
Paul Roberts, who had been engaged
in forrestry work in Utah during the
summer, came yesterday morning to
visit his father George Roberts, who is
ill at the P. & S. hospital.
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