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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1914)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JANUARY 1C, 19M.
Local and Personal
L. .B. Dick, manager of the North
Platte Lumber company, left yesterday
for Ohio nnd the- east for a ten day
Have you attended Tramp's salo yet?
If you need or want the money you can
save, better get In on this now, notnext
week, but now.
Lost A white bull dog with brown
spots, cut ears and tail When lost he
wore a collar and chain. Reward for
return. Allison Wilcox.
George W. Skinner, a prominent
ranchman from Mayflower, was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday, and
called on some of his friends hero.
The Cash Market its different, A par
ticular market for people who care.
Remember an active dime has a lazy
quarter skined a city block. Phone 2G.
Mrs. James Abbott, of Hershey. was
operated upon yesterday at the P. &
S. hospital. She is reported getting
along nicely. Mr. Abbott came down
R. M. Lamb, who formerly resided
on East Eighth streets is moving his
house from the corner of Eighth and
Dewey streets to a lot he recently pur
chased on West Ninth street. F. L.
DiRbrow is doing the work of moving
Just One Package
Try just one package of fresh, crisp, Fair' Sodas and you'll
be convinced that you've found the very best soda cracker.
Fairy Sodas are of medium size and rather thin, slightly
salted, and baked just right to a delicate brown. They are of
the high quality guarantee product of the Snow White Bakeries.
We're Ready to Scrve,YouvNow With. Fresh Fairy., Soda Craekers.
Old fashioned in size and style, but right up to now
in quality better than in the "good old days." '
Tourist Sodas are made by the Iten Snow White Bakeries,
so they must be
Now is a good time to try
"Buy Fairy Sodas packed in tin
To keep the Dainty freshiness in."
Fairy Sodas in Family tins-only
TSiis Family Package of
Items Soda Cracker
gives you full value in both quality and quanitity more
than you can get for the money in any other 25c
package and you can easily prove it by a trial.
Just get a package today and you'll be satisfied
Miss Anna Wetzel, of Sutherland,
was visiting friends in the city the first
of the week.
John Den returned last evening from
Araphoe where he visited for a few
days with relatives.
For Sale Bedroom suite consistingof
bed, dresser and commode. Cheap if
taken at once. Apply 408 W 3rd street.
Phono Black 122. jlGtl
No other western Nebraska store
has ever conducted a sale like the one
now on at Tramp's. There's u big sav
ing on anything you buy.
Do you know that you can buy any
thing you want at Tramp's sale today
and return it tomorrow and get your
money back if not satisfied? Well you
Dr. Saddler, of Hershey, was a pro
fessional visitor to this city yesterday.
He came down with Mrs. James Abbott
who was operated upon yesterday
morning at the P. & S. hospital.
"Walla Walla lodge No. 6G I. O. C.
F. met last evening at the hall for
their regular meeting and initiated six
now members into the lodge. H. C.
Booker, G. D. D. M. of Gothenburg
will be in the city next Thursday and
will install the officers for the ensuing
year. At that time there will also be
a class initiated into the mysteries of
the first degree.
of Fairy Sodas
yon ever tasted
a big carton only 10c. j,
and you're always sure of having
crisp and palatable crackers.
The tin keeps out all moisture
dust and odors and keeps in
ah'the goodness until the crackers
Try this satisfactory way and
then you'll know what it means
to have perfectly good crackers
always ready to eat.
60c and you keep the handy tin
stock of the above
Mrs. Iloxie returned last evening
from a visit of a few days with friends
Engineer Harry Greeno left this
morning for Omaha to spond several
days visiting frionds.
Mrs. William Wray, who has been
suffering from a severe sick spell for
some timo is greatly improving.
Miss Jones, of Denver daughter of
President Jones of the First National
Bunk of that city, is the guest of Miss
Alma Waltomath. having arrived Wed
nesday night. The two young ladies
attended the same school In the oast.
W. H. Staples was quite seriously
hurt Monday afternoon while lifting on
an engino wheel at Cy Russell's shop,
lie strained himsdf-in such n manner
that his condition is rather of a serious
nature. He was taken to a hospltnl
Wednesday and will bo given medical
The brotherhoods of the Presbyterian
and Methodist churches will hold a
mock trial or kangaroo court in the
basement of the Presbyterian church
next Monday evening and it is desired
that every man of both congregations
be present. No arrests have yet been
made, but several parties are under
surveillance and will probably be gath
ered tomorrow. Upon adjournment of
court refreshments will be served.
Tasty and Satisfying
Best made with Peanut
Iten Quality Crackers
Ileinz's Peanut Butter here in
convenient jars at 10c to 25c.
Iten Quality Crackers here
in many varieties, in packages
oi diilerent sizes and in bulk.
Experimenting with peanut
butter on different varieties of
j Iten Quality Crackers will give
you many tasty anu pleasing
A Pleasant and
Eating this high-quality pure
food product every day
Taste good easily digested
substantial and satisfying.
You will like Iten's Graham
Biscuit and they will agree with
Bakery sealed cartons at 10c
.Always fresh here.
Goodies That Are
Good lor Your
all in handy packages at just a
Iten's School Cookies
Iten's Lemon Snaps
Ioma Ginger Snaps
Purity guaranteed by the Iten
Get them here fresh from
High Grade Goods will
Miss Vivian Reynoldson is sairorirg
with a fractured ankle.
Another case of smallpox is reported
at tho homo of J. B. West. 723 South
Dr. Footo returned last night to his
homo in Omaha niter a professional
visit in the city.
Thore will be a meeting of tho
Mothers Club nt the home of E. W.
Crand, 216 West 2nd street Monday
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wood Harper, of the
Moorefield vicinity, arrived in the city
last evening for a visit of a few days
with their danghtor, Mrs. D. II. Todd.
Tho case of Peter Barr vs. Harry
Kuster tor collection of rent was heard
yesterday bofore Justice of tho Peaco
Sullivan, and judgement lor $10 and
costs was granted the plaintilt on de
fault, tho defendant falling to appear.
Licenso to wed was granted yostdr
dny afternoon in the county judge's
oflicotoJoe Abbas, 23, of Hampton,
la., and Miss Anna Gaulko, 20, of thia
city. The couple was married by
Mrs. J. G. Beeler returned last even
ing from Lincoln where she has been
visiting for 6ome time with hor parents.
She was called there by tho illness of
her mother, but reports her mother
These dainty wafers you serve
soups and salads, with tea
and chocolate wherever really
fine wafers are required.
Society Flakes are so crisp and
delicious the very best you can
get for dinners and social affairs
In large packages
here at 15c each.
Want something different to
nut in lunches to civo
kiddies when they come
home from school to serve
in place of cookies?
Be sure and try
New and different
Spicy and delicious
Only 15c per pound
Every pound contains a few
more than two dozen jum
bles, so you get your mon
eys worth in quantity as
well as quality,
Make it a point to try
Iten's Peanut Jumbles
because you and your family will
like 'em they are taste-ticklers
and palate pleasers.
Will Praise You
when served with any of these
delicious products baked by the
Iten Snow White Bakeries
ECHO SUGAR "WAFERS
Vanilla, chocolato . nml lemon
llnvors, In lOaml 2Bc tins
KiikMhIi atylo biscuit In 10c carton
Hlxhoat quality In 10c cartons.
Satisfaction will bo yours if we supply
the dainties for tho next social nffair.
be found at
The North Platto School of Music
will present two of its faculty members
at a recitnl at tho high school auditor
ium Friday evening, January 23. Mrs.
Elizabeth Bonnor Cramer, soprano, will
appear in vocal soloctions nnd Miss El
sa Ackerman will accompany her and
appear in instrumental solos. Theio
ladies really need no introduction to tho
people of North Platte as they have been
liore for some times and are musicians
that would necessarily impress thom
selvos upon the people Mrs. Cramer
has been a resident of this city since
her girlhood nnd has always been known
us a beautiful singer. Miss Ackerman
is a graduate of Wesleyan school of
music and is a very talented pianist.
Sho has been connected with tho Bchool
of music here for some time and is
personally known to many of the mus
ical people of this city. An admission
price of thirty-five cents will be charged
and tickets can be procured from Dixon's
or Clinton's jewelry store or nt tho doore.
Tno Twentieth Century club hold
their regular meeting Tuesday evening
at tho library building nnd after a short
business session and enjoyed n miscel
laneous program. The program was
under tho charge of tho literary depart
ment. Tho 'meeting was called to
order by the vice-president, Miss
Kramp, and each member responded to
roll call by a current event. After tho
business sossion, th meeting was
turned over to the literary department
and the following program was ren
dered under tho chnrgo of Mrs. Malm
stein: Paper, Indian Art and Music,
Mrs. Forbes; reading, Friday After
noon in tho Third Ward, Mrs. Flowers;
paper, Political and Industrial Situa
tion in the Philippines, Mrs. Shuman;
violin duot, Missos Elder and Cross. All
tho numbers wore very much enjoyed
nnd especially tho musical number,
which was very good.
The committee appointed some timo
ago by the oity council to investigate
the municipal lighting plants over tho
state are arduously at work collecting
data for plans to submit to the council
for a plant tor North I'lttte. Tho
work of getting this data is not as
easily dono ns would seem, as tho com
mittee has to get reports from muni
cipal plants and compare them with
the reports from private concerns.
They must also have the rates of thu
different plants along with tho plans
for the construction of the plant hero.
A suitable location for the building has
been considered by tho committee. The
vacant lots on the no-Uh side of the
track near the pumping station would
be one ,thnt should receiyo consideration.
Tho city already owns sufficient ground
there nnd if tho buildings were ctocted
there, it would place tho lighting and
water pianc logeiner.
The two cases of Charles Palmer vb
Sam Smith and Lester Pnlmor vs Sam
Smith were tried yesterday in Justice
Sullivan's court. Each of the two
men were suing for 0 which tltoy al
leged to be duo them for work ot dig
ging a ditch. The evidenco brought out
that Smith had hired Lester Palmer to
dig n ditch and had agreed to pay hint
by tho square foot of dirt removed.
The brother holped him dig the ditch and
they each presented their bill for work.
The case of Charles Palmer was dia
missed for thu reason that he had not
been hired by the defendant. Lester
Palmer was granted $12, which was
tho entire amount for the digging, but
the defendant hnd filed n rounter claim
of $9.rr for n bill due a firm in which
he is interested and this amount was
deducted from tho amount granted the
plninlih'. PlnintilF also had tho costs
On Saturday evening, Jan. 31st. Dr.
Wooclo Hutchinson, the tamous writer
and lectuier, will lecture at Keith's
opera house on "The Price of Sunshine.''
This lecture is being given under the
nujpices of the Twentieth Century Club.
The club had hoped to make this lecture
free but it has been found necessary to
chargo admission fee of 25c to cover
the actual expenses of the lectin o.
Tickets will be placed on sale in tho
For Salo Full blood single comb
Rhodo Island Red Cockerels.
W. H. Brown, 1303 East Sixth St
Mrs. l. V. Mitchell and Miss Ellen
McCarty entertained at a party last
evening at the homo of lho former.
Twenty young ladies were present nnd
tho evening was spent with games, con
tests nnd a spelling match. Vory ap
propriate and unique prizes wore given
in tho contests and were won by Miss
Hazel Smith and Miss Edna Sullivan.
After the evening's diversions, a de
lightful luncheon was served on small
Temple's Real Estate Bulletin will be
out this week. Phone the office if you
wish your property listed therein. Red
Tho card party given by tho Elks
last evening proved a very enjoyablp
function to eighty or moro who at
tended. The gamo was progressive
500, and tho prizes were won by Mrs.
John Ilolcornb and Dr. Dent, lho latter
tioing with Fred Wnitemath and win
ning in .the cut. A two course lunch
was sorved at 10:30 and following this
thore wns dancing. Stamp's orchestra
furnished music throughout tho evening.
Four room house with full lot on
west Eighth street, $1,050.
Six room house, west Tenth street,
Fivo room house, west Ninth, $2,300.
Ton room house, east Eleventh St.,
These are all flno bargains.
Seventy elegant residence lots in west
end, SOUTH or tkack, at $200 to $300
cash. Why not live in town?
O. II. TIIOELECKE.
Miss Myrtle Beeler entertained six of
her girl friends Inst evening at her
home on South Sycamore street, and
organized a sewing society. A very
pleasant evonlng was enjoyed by tho
guests and tho society was mado a per
Weather forecast for North Platto
and vicinity: Fnir tonight becoming
unsettled Saturday, moderate tempor
nturo. Moderate variable winds. High
est temperature yesterday 52, a year
ago G.'t; lowest last night 21, a year
Sunday school nt 10 a. m. Preaching
services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
Morning theme, "Individual Responsi
bility." Evening theme, "Tho Failure
of a fair Young Life." Junior Endenvor
3 p. m. Prayer service Wednesday
evening. Boys' nthletic club Mondny
and Thursdny. Choir practice Wednes
You are cordially invited.
Do You Know
You can rent a
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX
or start a
North Platte, Neb.?
Come and. Try Us.
This is the time for you to
have your harness oiled and re
paired in readiness lor
Repair and OH Harness,
Electric Shoe Repairing.
Prices right and all work
Forstedt & Sheedy,
512 Locust Street.
SO THE PEOPLE
That I have taken the
agency for the
and Columbia Records.
I carry a nice line of
records made hy the
leading singers of the
Soo Mo fiulorc Purchasing a
Talking Machine I '
W. R. Powell,
007 DEWEY STREET.
P. J. LATHANp
McCabe Uuilding Rooms 8 and 9.
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