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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1913)
DR. 0. I!. CRESSLER, S
S Graduate Dcnlisl. 3
Offlco over tho McDonald
Local and Personal
Miss Cora White, of Horshoy, Is
visiting In tlio city with her sister, Mrs.
Miss Dollft Kirsh returned home
Wednesday aiter a visit in tho city
with hor sister, Mrs. G. Heckor.
B. SUfnnor, of Moorefiold, was n
business visitor in the city Tuesday
to make n final proof on his claim.
District Judge II. M. Grimes re
turned homo Tuesday from Lexington
whore ho had been holding court. Tho
term thcro was a short one and few
cases were to be tried.
William Otten received word the fore
part of the week telling of a fire which
burned up tho homo of his mother in
Nampa, Ida. Tho house was only
recently built and was valued at $3,000.
Tho fire occured Monday of this week.
Stability, Efficiency and Service
lLitvo boon tlio Ptiotom
in tho growth of tho
First National Bank,
NORTll JPXrATJTB, 2SI$llltA.SKA.
CA.PITAJL A2V-D SURPLUS i
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
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The Gift Store
...Is Ready For You...
THE Careful Christmas Shopper appreciating that only the highest standards have
prevailed at this store since its opening, naturally turns toward Clinton's Jewelery
Store at this season. The spirit of the giver counts infinitely more than the gift
itself, so whether your gift he large or small, the fact that you made your selection
at Clinton's Jcwclpry Store cannot fail of appreciation. The following suggestions
taken from the multitude of gift things here may be of some assistance in deciding
your Gift problems;
GIFTS IN SILVER
Coin Holder ,
Evenings Until Christmas
Turkel and Martin Jepsen of tho
Curtis vicinity wero business callers at
tho court house yesterday.
William Scholt resnmed'hls position
yesterday morning as driver for the
American Express company, after un
absence of sixty flays.
Tho local weather bureau office and
the central tolephono havo entered into
nn ogreement whereby farmers on
phono lines can obtain the weather
forecast each day without charge by
calling up, the central office. This ought
to prove a. grent convenience to far
mers, for if there is u storm or cold
wavo predicted, they can learn when it
a duo and prepare for it in tho way of
housing their stock and getting feed
Tho Twentieth Century club mot
Tuesday evening In the library building
and discussed plans for tho future work
of the organization. Many plans for tho
civic Improvement hayeboonbroughtup
and tho club will soon begin the working
out of these plans. Reports of the dif
ferent committees wero heard at this
meeting and all roport progress. Tho
civic department has beeu called into a
meeting for Saturday evening, and at
this time thoy will take up many im
portant plans for tho work along the
line of civic improvements.
CLINTON, Jeweler and Optician.
GIFTS IN GOLD
Cigarette Holders Key Chains
Knives Scissors' t
Pencils -Vanity Cases
We Want Your RfepairWork
IV Ti J l $'
Dies in the City.
Mrs. Mary J. Haynes, wifo of John
S. Haynes, of C18 West Twelth street,
died yesterday morning at 1:30 o'clock
nt tho residence. Mrs. Haynes has been
poorly for some time, suffering with
cancer which was the cause of her
death. She was seventy-three years
and seven months old at tho time of
Mr. and Mrs. Haynes moved to North
Platte from Butler county In 1885 and
have made their residence here over
since. Mrs. Haynes has been a member
of the Presbyterian church for a num
ber of years and was always nctively
engaged in Christian work. She has a
host of friends, who regret to learn of
She leaves to mourn her death. bo
Bides her many friends a husband, &
daughter, Mrs, John Ritner, and eight
grandchildren. One child died several
Tho funeral was held yesterday after
noon at 3:30 from the rcsidenco, as she
requested before her death. Rov.
Christio officiated and the pall bearers
were selected from tho G. A. R., of
which Mr. Haynes is a member. The
floral offerings were beautiful, and
numerous, many being contributed by
friends. Interment was in the North
Mrs. L. Johnson was happily sur
prised Monday evening when some of
her neighbors stepped into her home,
unannounced, with filled baskets, to
help her celebrate her ' birth anniver
sary. A pleasant evening was spent In
conversation, music and games.
Tho program atv tho Baptist church
Wednesday evening was one of great
interest and a large crowd attended.
Both Mr. Hindcrshott and his son
proved themselves past musters and
delighted their audience with many
selections of different descriptions.
The S. O. C. club mot Wednesdoy
afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. Will
Basking, 402 West Eight street, and
enjoyed a pleasant afternoon. Cards
wore played until tho usual hour, and at
tho close of tho afternoon, a dainty
two-court e luncheon was served by the.
hostess. All report a pleasant afternoon.
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Frank Nelson, of Ogalalla, was a
business visitor in the city Wednesday.
Mr. Nelson is in the mercantile busi
ness at Ogalalla.
A gift for everyone! We havo an ex
ceptional lino to select from. Toilet
articles of every description and a full
line of white ivory toilet nnd manicure
sets. Rincker Book & Drug Co.
Mrs. D. T. Quigley and Mrs. E. J.
Vnnderhoof were hostesses at nn auc
tion bridge party Tuesday afternoon
at the home of tho former. Six tables
were used and the afternoon passed
very pleasantly. Lunch was served at
tho close of the games.
$40,000 Worth of the Best Merchandise at
In accordance with my announced intention of retiring from business and in
order that the stock may be closed out as quickly as possible, I have secured Mr.
Charles Clavier, an experienced auctioneer of Omaha, to come here and inaugurate
an auction sale that will start
Monday, December 15th, at 2:30 P. M.
ann will continue each afternoon and evening, beginning at 2:30 and lasting until 5
and from 7:30 to 10 p. m.
We invite the public to attend this auction, as the entire stock will be put up
and sold to you at your own bid. During the hours wnen the auction is not in prog
ress goods will be sold at cost and less. Now is the time to buy your useful Christ
mas presents and lay in a supply of winter goods. , '
CHARLES CLAVIER, Auctioneer.
ite Slave Traffic
Tho Presbyterian church was
crowded to capacity Tuesday evening
when Dr. Essert lectured on the sub
ject, "The Passing of tho Double
Standard." The lecture was one of
tho best that has ever been heard In
this city and tho audience was very
much enthused with tho Antl-White-Slavo
idea. At tho close of tho lecture, the
people got together and completed a
local organization nnd elected officers.
a soon a9 the organization is in
working order, a regular meeting time
will bojappointed by the local president
and tho committees will be nppointed
to carry on the different branches of
tho work. The organization is for all
the citizens of the city and a largo
number has already joined. It will be
under the international association and
tie rules fof that organization will
be observed. Committees will be ap
pointed as follows: vigilance, censure,
membership, publicity, and program.
Each of these commlttes will have a
special object and all will join in an in
vestigation offall conditions in the city
that have a bearing on immorelity or
immoral suggestiveness. All places of
public gathering will also be investi
gated. Programs will be arranged a
month in advance of each monthly
The following officers were chosen at
the meeting Tuesday evening: Dr. Kerr,
president; Bert Reynolds, secretary;
J. A. VanCleave, corresponding, secro
tary, and Dr. O. H. Cressier treasurer.
There will also bo an advisory board of
twelve members which will be appointed
later; The duties of this board will bo
to assist the officers in tho association
' State Supt. Delzell has prepared the
school apportionment "for the second
half of tho year, of which Lincoln
county will receive $4,141.29.
All Ladies and Misses Sweaters go
at one fifth off. Don't miss your chance
of getting one of these bargains.
Tramp & Son.
. Mr. and Mr3. Guy Congdon, of
Chicago, are expected here to spend
Christmas with Mr. Congdon's parents.
Allen Brummet wpfit to,ArTiold", Mon
day after a loadidf coal.
Clark Andrew and wife and family
went to Staploton Monday..
Mark Smith's wind mill is ont of re
pair. A. Sensel and C. C. Siver went to
Stapleton after coal.
Cy Fox was down to Beryl Ereels on
On account . of it being'so. stormy
Saturday night, there wasn't any dance.
Dr. McLeay was called out to Mark
f.rva Martin came out from North
tte last week. -Ray
Joy went to Stapleton Monday
after a load of goods for L. H. Joy.
Mrs. B. A. Stafford is visiting at Cy
Fox's Home this week.
Jim Gambel of Myrtle had a sale last
week and is loading a car at Stapleton.
He is moving to Idaho.
Myron Aubie made a trip to North
Newt Brummet had quite a serious
accident Sunday evening coming home
Miss Jessie Williams spent Sunday
Miss Nellie Conneally slipped on the
ico Sunday evening while returning
frm Mr. Hoy's and fractured a rib.
aro favored for gift-making
purposes becauso thoy aro
at onco utcfal, bzautlftxl
13 thla tho kind of
Gift you would llko
to ffioa nnd mcaiva?
Call at our store as
early as possible and
select a Globe-Wernicke
Bookcase while our
stock is yet complete
for the asking
Many other pieces
of Furniture that
wilH make suitable
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