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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1913)
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' Local and Personal
Engineer Will Voseipka has received
a 1914 Studebaker car, one of several
received the early part of the week by
the Hendy-Ogier garage.
Mrs. Lee Simon and daughter Miss
Frances loft the first part of the week
for an extended trip to Chicago and
points in Michigan.
Will Lanning, late with tho Carson &
Landgraf barber shop, loft last night
for Des Moines, where he will locate.
His family will follow "shortly.
' Miss Mabel Howard returned Wed
nesday evening from Sterling, Colo.,
where she had been on a visit. She is
visiting in the city at the home of her
sister. Mrs. D. C. Crocker.
Rev. H. G. Knowles of the Christ
ion church, arrived home yesterday
from Abiline, Kans., where he has
been conducting special revival meet
Mrs. A. D. Franker, of Chnppel,
was a business visitor in the city Tues
dayfor the purpose of looking for a lo
cation. She will locate here if she can
find a suitable residence.
Hello!. Yes, this is Rincker's. Jueet
me ihej'e'for Christmas selections. 4t
"Ve do'.shoe repairing in the most up
to date manner. "Wo have just in
Btalled'"u " rfow "electric 'finishing and
stitching machine and aro ready to sow
o;Vs'olc3 -and do all kinds of repairing
while you wait. Prices reasonable.
Shoo and Harness Shop, B2 Locust.
0-4 . sForstedt& Sheedy.
16, ten cents per pair, two pairs to a
pnafnmor H Sithnnnnuat. XV fn
Ex-county Commissioner G. W.
Roberts, of Maxwell, who resigned
some time ago on account of ill health,
was taken to the P. & S. ho'spital yes
terday for medical treatment.
The report that Miss Edna Hamilton
was visiting in Omaha, which appeared
in these pages in the last issue, is er
roneous. She has been in the city all
the time and is nursing on a special
case at the North side hospital.
Mesdames S. R. Derryberry and M.
J. Forbes gave a miscellaneous shower
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Forbes, 80G west Sixth street, in
honor of MrB. A. F. Oestrich. A
number of friends were in attendance
nnd the bride was tho recipient of many
useful and beautiful presents. At the
close of the afternoon, light refresh
ments wore served.
The county commissioners were in
session Wednesday, the principal busi
ness transacted being the allowance of
claims. The bill of ?5,G00 presented by
tho state for the cost of keeping our
insane patients at the hospitals
was disallowed. In order to pay this
claim jt wijl be necessary to make a
special, levy, but this will not be done
Until the, state goes into court and se
cures a judgment against the county.
For all acute or chronic diseases, the
Indicator Homeopathic remedy, always
the safest, quickest and best,
tf Twinem Drug Dept.
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Our Fourth Semi-Annual Sale will be held
It will be better and bigger than ever.
It will pay you to bear this sale in mind.
Ours are real prices and first-class
EVX: Tramp & Son.
Your choice ot any Ladies' and
Misses Sweater in ours stock at $1
for Saturday only. $3, $4 and $S
Sweaters go at $1. We do not show
you old merchandise from year to
year. So in order to clean up our
stock we will give you advantage of
our loss. Remember only $1 buys an
all wool sweater.
E. T. Tramp & Son.
License to wed was granted this
morning in the county judge's olllce to
Bert Blair, 23 of Oshkosh, and Miss
Hazel Suit. 19, of Council Bluffs. The
couplo was married by Judge Grant.
On its lines in Nebraska the Union
Pacific has 8,422 employeft to whom
an average wage of $2.77 per day is
paid. Tho Burlington has 11,122 em
ployes and $2.32 is the average daily
pay per employe. It will thus be seen
.hat the Uniorr Pacific wage schedule
averages 45 cents per day per employe
more than the Buriington. During the
past year tho Burlington decreased the
avrage daily pay tan cents, while dur
ing the same period tho Union Pacific
increased nine cents.
Sunday School meets at 10:00 a. m.
Preaching service at 11:00 a. m., nnd
7:30 p. m. Morning theme: "The
Ministry of Suffering." Evening
theme: "Climbing tho Hill of Diffi
culty." Junior Endeavor 3 p. m.
Prayer Service Wednesday evening.
Boys Athletic Club Monday and Thurs
day evenings. Choir Practice Wednes
day evening. P. M. Sorcnson extends
a cordial invitation to all tho men of
the church to spend next Monday even
ing with him at his home 307 East 2nd
You will buy a vacant lot where
you have sewerage, water and light,
we have them at reasonable prices and
on easy payments. See us before you
Bratt & Goodman.
G. V. Carroll, first and real name un
known, will take notice, that ' on the
7th day of October, 1913, P. II. Sulli
van, a justice of the peace, of North
Platte Precinct No. 1, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, issued an order of attachment
for the sum of $21.75 in an action pen
ding before him, wherein Albert E.
Timmerman is plaintiff and G. V.
Carroll, first and real name unknown,
defendant, that property consisting of
one box of merchandise, the contents
of which are one rug 9x12 nnd a quan
tity of bedding and dishes, has been
attached under said order. Said cause
was continued to the 29th day of Doc.
1913, at ten o'clock a. m.
Albekt E. Timmerman,
North Platte, Neb., Nov. 17th, 1913.
Couple Arrested on
Warrant were sworn out Wednesday
in tho county court for tho arrest of
Albert Carr and Mrs. Myrtle Noble,
both of Hdrshoy, on tho chargo of
adultery. Tho couplo left Hershey
Tuesday evening and immediately after,
orders wero issued for their arrest.
They were found in the hotel at, Suth
erland and arrested. They woro tried
there boforo n justice, but, upon com
plaint of tho citizens, tho case was
taken to tho county court.
Mr. Carr was sent to North Platto
and turned ovor to the sheriff who put
him in the county jail. Mrs. Noblo
was released by the juRtico on "good
behavior" and loft to return to her
home. Sheriff Salisbury wont to Iler
shoy yesterday afternoon and brought
tho woman here for arraignment
before Judgo Grant.
Automobile libality insurance is
more than fire insurance. The most
you can lose by fire is the value of
the car. If you run into someone and
hurt them, the judgment may be sev
eral times the value of the car. Let me
explain this form of insurance to you.
C. F, Temple
Yeoman Elect Officers.
Lookout Homestead No. 3030 Brother
hood of American Yeomen held their
annual election of officers Tuesday
evening in tho I. O. O. F. hall. A large
number attended nnd u class of ten was
tp.kn into the order.
Following the initiation work, a pro
gram was given by tho lodge members.
Tho Yeoman quartette, mado up of
Dr. and Mrs. Kerr nnd Mr. and Mrs.
Leininger, gave some very good selec
tions. At tho closo of tho program,
the members enjoyed a social hour and
get acquainted meeting, after which a
delicious lunch was served by tho ladies
of tho order.
Plans were mndo for n series of
theatrical performances by tho order,
to bd given during tho winter months.
Nothing definito hns been announced
yet but the entertainments as planned
will be of great interest.
The following officers wero elected at
the meeting: Dr. J. T. Kerr, foreman,
Geo. Anderson, master of ceremonies,
'Miss Eva Spikorman, correspondent;
W. H. Pletchor. master of nccounts,
and Mrs. F-ank Martin, chaplain.
Many friends of Sumnor B, Jones will
be grieved to learn of his death at his
homo in Ocean Park, Calif., Nov. 27th.
Cburo of death was apoplexy. Tho de
ceased lived in and around North Plntte
for muny years. He leaves a wife, four
sons, and two daughters.
I have sold lots to six parties that
arc going to build bungalows on Ninth
St. This will be the future resident
street out of the city. C. F. Temple.
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V ' " ' Jm, OCCIDENT J r
The Occident Guarantee
Buy a sack of Occident Flour and make as
many bakings as you wish, if you are not satisfied
that it is better than any other flour you ever used,
return the unused flour and get
YOUR MONEY BACK.
Lierk-Sandall Co., Sole Agents.
Miss Blanche Miller who has boon on
the sick list for several days, was ablo
to return to her school this week.
Dun't fail to sco our $1.95 skirts.
Thojr are worth twice the price
Tramp & Son.
Miss Mnblo Sawyer has accepted n
position in tho ten cent store. ,
Tho North Platto Musicians' union
will hold a social meeting Monday
evening nt the homo of Hershoy
EAT WIND UP
200 votes free on ev
ery dollar purchased
Friday and Saturday
in Ladies' Coats, Suits
The last call final rally of our
forces raise your expectations to
their highest pitch and then it will
be only as a dazzling dream of the
real bargains and Values offered.
Read instructions in
this add and'save free
.ft of high grade seasonable merchandise of Shoes Clothing, Dry goods and notions now thrown
exj to the four wind for cash, no limit, no reserve cost marks and values forgotten. Goodnew
.K shoes, wool dress goods, men and ladies suits, blankels, gloves, caps, underwear, millinery
vj going at a fractiou of wholesale cost. Db not compare this with an ordinary sale where a
ikji few -isolated bargains are thrown out here and there, but this is the wind up of (he entire
Hub's stock, a forced to close out. Mr. Banks is obligated lo vind-tip his mercantile
career oy January i, ivi'i anu quit me store, mis is a mercantile suie wnere prices win
be torn to shreds, a sale that wijl blaze a trail through the tangled meshes of competition
annihilating high prices and bringing sunshine into hundreds of homes in North Platte and
vicinity. What brighter under the cartopy of of heavy could visit your city than this great
profit-sacrificing price-wrecking wind-up sale.
READ THESE MUTE BUT CRUSHING PRICES
1000 pair shoes
worthy i no
$3.50 closing out.... 1.70
1000 pair hose at less than
factory prices, ladies
1000 yards $1.00 Silk n
going at JVC
1000 yards of calico going r
1000 yards wool dress goods in
all colors and shades in
per yard JVC
Any mans suit in the Hubs
stock, regular $20
100 Men's Suits.
100 Boys Suits going qj nn
500;Men'3 work shirts in
500 MIbscb aad Childrens
fleece underwear t
200 Ladles waists Manufact
ures samples Silk and Mcssa
lino worth to$0 close tf ne
out 2.48 to dj.Jt)
Notions oceans of notions
ovory one give.
Pins Package lC
HjjTf wy yTt 'bBI i
100 votes with each 50c purchase.
Piano credit sales ticket to tho in
dividual, church, school or society hav
ing on Monday, December 24th, tho
the largest amount of sales to their
credit, wo will give asolutely free ono
$350 piano. This contests Btarts with
our big salo Dec. 0 to Doc. 24.
. FREE COUPON
This Coupon Good for 100 Votes
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