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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1914)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JANUARY 9, 1914.
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Beginning December 26th and closing January 13th we will give you a discount of one
fifth from the regular price of every article carried in our Dry Goods, Cloaks, Dresses, Suits,.
Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum, Notion, Gents' Furnishing and Shoe stocks. These goods willbe j
sold to you at regular price and one-fifth deducted from your bill. During this sale we will
not open any new goods in these departments, so it will pay you to come early before the as-
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NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Local and Personal
Miss AnnieKramp left 'today' "for a
visit in Grand Island and Hastings.
A girl of regulation weight was born
yesterday to Mr. andMrs. Gus J. Haaso
of Jack Morrow Flats. Mother and
child are reported doing nicely.
Mrs. Isaac Dillion will leave Monday
for Minden, la., where she will spend
several months with hor'daughterMrs.
Straved or Stolen Prom my doc
'house,'2 Airdaleyufjs. Reward for re
turn, It, w. Weiborn, mi w. Htn st.
The Repairs at the depot are getting
well under way and will be completed
in the near future. The new toilet
room is completed and the men started
this morning to repairing the floor.
Mrs. W. S. Dolson, who has been
very ill for the past weok is reported to
be very much improved. She is con
scious and is able to take nourisement
and seems to be improving very rapidly.
Wednesday January 14t
JONES & CRANE, Inc., Offer
The Supremely successful stage version
of Owen Wister's famous novel
Dramatized by Kirke La Shelle and Owen Wister
9 months in New York. 5 months Chicago.
Excellent Cast, Elaborate production of scenic,
Lights Effects, etc.
PRICE Sl.OO 75 50 25 CENTS
Watts Resigns as Deputy.
Doputy Sheriff Thomas Watts has
resigned his position with this county
and will go elsewhere and enter into
some other business. He has been in
office jioro for the past two years and
has discharged his duties regularly but
did not like the close confinement which
that' office required. He' Mias "notr de
cided definitely what he will do but will
probably follow auctioneering for thei
time being. No deputy has yet been
appointed in his place although several
are being considered.
Two Fine Dogs Stolen.
It. W. Weiborn, residing at 302 West
Eighth street, had two fine Airdalo
pups stolen from his dog house Wednes
day evening while he was away from
home. The pups aro only three'months
old but are very valuable, having cost
him $50 each at the age of thirty days.
The Airdale dogs are used for hunting
bear becauso of their fighting qualities
and their absolute fearlessness, and
are very high priced. Mr, Wellborn
bought these in Thermopolis, Wyo.,
about two months ago and will raise
them for his own use. He is very
anxious for their roturn.
e Have Started
the new year with the intention of serving our
customers with the same high-class service
we have in the past year and with the best
goods obtainable anywhere. We carry the
ol canned fruits, jams and vegetables, and
many otber standard brands. A full line of
' fancy and staple groceries, queensware, and
orth Side GroC'
F. D. WESTENFELD, Prop.
Arrested for Being Drunk.
Tfiree men were arrested by the po
lice yesterday morning for being drunk.
Thoy were John Faye, J. W. Ballard
and a man by name of Henry Selby,
from Joplin Missouri. Thoy appeared
before Police Magistrate Walker and
were fined $1 and costs each and were
given a jail sentence of fifteen days.
The first two of the three men have
been "spiked" at all of the saloons and
are being held until they tell who fur
nished them with liquor1, and the third
is a man-who is traveling with his wife
and they have been camping in the
city for some time in a wagon. The
wife appeared before the chief of
police and promised that they would
leave town at once if her husband
was released. Every ofTortwill be made
to discover who furnished the other
two with booze and if hois apprehended
he will bo prosecuted to the lull extent
of the law.
County Attorney George N. Gibbs
arrived home Wednesday evening with
his new bride from Jtheir wedding trip
to Kansas City, St. Louis nnd othur
points. He has been gone from hero about
two weeks. For the present they will
take rooms and in the spring Mr. Gibbs
will build a new bungalow in tho west
part of the city.
A social danco was hold last evening
at the Masonic hall and a large number
were in attendance. Tho dance was
given by a number of the young men of
the city and a very pleasant evening
City Attorney James T. Keefe re
turned yeBterday morning from a visit
of several weeks with his paronts at
Sioux City, la., while there ho suf
fered an attack of illness and was not
able to return home as soon as he had
The M. M. M. club will meet Tuesday
afternoon at tho home of Mrs. J. B.
Local and Personal.
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Miss Albino Hnhler loft yesterday
morning for Sidney to keep house for
her brother Frank, who hos charge of
a butcher shop there during the ab
senco of his uncle.
Tho regular mootlngof tho Twontieth
Century club will moet Tuesday even
ing in tho library building. Tho literary
department will havo chnrgo of tho
program and each member will respond
to roll call with a current event
At a meeting of the Episcopal guild
yesterday afternoon Mrs. P. W. Rlnckcf
was elected president, Mrs. Jos.
Morsch, vice-president; Mrs. W. H. C.
Woodhurat, secretary; Mrs. Geo. W.
Finn, treusuror; Mrs. C. S. Clinton,
directress of fancy work.
Mrs. M. V. Mitchell cntartamed a
number of friends last evening at hor
home on East Third street. Eight
young couples were present and the
evening was spent with games and
other social diversions. Prizes wero
won by Miss Floronco Stack, Miss
Floronco Stamp and Adam Christ. At
a lute hour dainty refreshments were
sorved and the guests departed voting
Mrs. Mitchell a royal good hostess and
expressing themselves as having en
joyed a jolly ovening.
M. E. Church.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Preaching
11:00 a. m. Subject: "The Voice from
tho Tomb," Epworth League 6130 p.
m. Preaching 7:30, subject: "The Una
voidable Christ." Good music, will be
rendered at all services. All are wel
comed. CRYSTAL THEATRE
Friday Jan. 9-
J. Warren Kerrigan Is presented as
the hero of ,fRory of tho Bogs" and as
a rightful hair to the house of Burke. .f
The sory is placed in the ago of tho
Fenian riots In Ireland. Released Dec.
Saturday Jan. 10.
Francis Ford takeB tho titlo part in
"From Rallsplitter to President.'" Tho
general apparance ot Air. iora is sucn
that nis character
comes easily to him.
Mike and Jake as
work" of Lincoln
404 West Fourth Street
For the care of surgical, obstretrical and medical cases.
Miss Harriet Dixon, who has been
very ill for some time, is reported much
better. It was feared Wednesday that
she would have to undergo art opera
tion for appendicitis and all arrange
ments had been made, but yesterday
morning, she was suddenly relieved
from pain and tho attending physician
advised that an operation was unnec
cessary at present. Miss Dixon was
compelled to return some weeka ago
from hor school work in Omaha on
account of a nervous breakdown, and
sinco she returned she had been im
proving until tho last few days when
she was taken with the sudden attack
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds and
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Neville enter
tained forty young people last
evening at the home of the former in
favor of Mies Carrie Goodwill. The
early part of tho ovening was devoted
to 500, Mrs. Earl Hamilton and Jim
Clinton winning the first prizes and the
consolation prizes wero awarded to
Miss Edith Patterson and Jim Keofe.
After the card games a delicious two
course lunch was served, following
which dancing was indulged in until
Nick Christas, a Greek laborer om
ployed as firemen's helper at tho round
house, sustained a badly bruised foot
yesterday whon he foil from the top of
one oi me stationary Doners to tho
cement floor, a distance of about ton
feet. He was not otherwise hurt other
than being badly shaken up, but the
injury to his foot will lay nlni up for
two or three weeks.
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with a rush, Hundreds of ladies have crowded the store every
day since the opening of this great Sale and have taken advantage of the real
bargains offered. .
Don't delay, Come to our store today or any other day during this Tremendous
Sacrifice Sale and buy that
Coat or Suit at
Sweeping Reductions Throughout the Store.
The Savings are Unusual:
Ladies9 Outfitting Store
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