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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1914)
All Wool Skirts at
FOLLOW THE CROWD TO
Messaline JPetticoats in all shades at
Any Winter Suit in the Store at
LADLES' OUTFITTING STORE
Kimonas up to $1.50 values at
Any Winter Coat in the Store at BB
Half Price I
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Children's Coats at nearly
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Now in full progress. A record breaker of sales, every day of this great sale.
Hundreds and hundreds of women have attended and all we could hear where
ever we turned was "How can they sell the goods at such low prices?" The
answer: We must sell them and our prices do sell them.
Satin Petticoats, regular 81.28 values
Come now! Come any time next week. The Picking is just fine so do not delay.
i Local and Personal
Mrs. M. E. Scott, who has been
quito ill for a fewdays.is reported much
J. P. Schultz, of South Omaha was
visiting friends in tho city for a few
days this week.
Dick Baker left Wednesdny for tho
eastern part of tho state to look after
Mr. and Mrs. Art Yates, of Suther
land, were visiting in tho city Wednes
day nftornoon with friends.
Charles Wood, the banker, from
Cozad, was in tho city Wednesday
afternoon looking after business
Tho choir of the Methodist church
will meet this evening at 7:30 nt the
homo of Y. A. Hinman, 515 West
V. R. Powell expects to leave Mon
day for Denver to visit friends and rfl
ativoH for n few days. 'Ho' will also
attend to some mattcis of business.
Supt. W. L. Ctthill. of Omaha, wns
in tho city Tuesday evening looking
after tho Union P.ni ft j business hero.
Ho loft Wednesday for Cheyenne.
Harry Lumplugh in welU along with
his ice harvest from tho Lnmplugh
lake northwest of town. Tho ico is
over a foot thick and very solid. He
will put up about -1,000 ;tons.
Judgo H. M. Grimes left tho fore
part of the week for Bridgeport, North
port and other towns in tho northwes
tern partof the state to look atter the
some legal business.
D. H. Todd, one of tho employees at
tho round house, is suffering with n
badly sprnined back, which ho sus
tained while working witli tho grates
ono of tho boilers. Ho will bo laid up
for several doys ,
No. 1 Alfalfa seed for sale at $G por
bushel. Inquiro of Wallace Quinn on
Bakor funn. 101-8
D. N. Callonder and son, who have
been operating a genoral atoro in this
city for the past several months,- have
opened a storo in Koystone. Tho storo
there is a general merchandiso store
and will celebrate a grand opening on
Monday of next week. Tho atoro nt
Keystone will bo run on tho samo con
sistent and conservative principles as
have characterized tliu proprietors Irl
Mrs. John Bonner is spending
week visiting friends in Omaha.
Miss Ethel Donegan is reported very
sick with an attack of pneumona.
William Rodden left Wednesday
evening for Denver to visit friends for
a fow days.
11. S. Scoonover was a business
itor to Tryon and the west part of
county the fore part of the week.
Judge Ray, of Lexington was in
city tho first of the week yisiting
friends and looking after some legal
Mrs. Horry Boyle and daughter re
turntd Tuesday from Kearney where
tho spent two weeks visiting relatives
Mrs. C. E. Wholan lejft Wednesday
for the eastorn part of the state for a
visit nt soveral different points in the
eastern part of the state.
Mr. und Mrs. Ed Grieser returned
tho iore part of the week fiom Grand
Island whore they visited for a few
days with relatives and friends.
Some choice registered Porcheron
Mares und Stallions for sale. Thomos
E. Doolittle, North Platte. R. F. D. 3.
James Abbott, Banker Earl Brown
field, Dorsoy Leypoldt nnd Dr. Saddler,
all of Herahey, wore businejs visitors
in tho city tho first part of the week.
Scott Vaugh, justice of tl'e peace at
Tryon, was a business visitor to this
city tho first of thu week looking after
somo business in connection with his
C. G. Strauss, of Lexington, has ac
cepted a position with the McDonnld
State bank. Tho position was for
merly occupied by Emil Vosoiplcn who
lottthe first of the month for California.
Miss Ada Toolo, a teacher in the
Kearney schools, is visiting relatives
and friends in tho city this week. She
will also visit tho city schools to
servo tho methods used hero and
possible pointers to report to
Kearney schools. ,
Tho Masonic frnternity appointed n
committoo at their meeting Tuesday
oyenlng to arrange for tho sixth anni
versary celebration of the dedication of
their new building. This will bo made
an annual aifair from now on. The
celebration will be held February 23.
Bunk counsel and service require n frank tlisqussion of
personal business matters.
Private affairs remain private affairs when the officers
of the Platte Valley State Bank are taken into your confi
dence. Do not deprive yourself of tho co-operation and help
of this Bank through a hesitancy on the subject of secrecy.
Your private affairs' are as safe here as your money.
The Platte Valley State Bank,
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Lutherans Elect Officers.
The Lutheran brotherhood mot Tues
day evening at the home of A. M.
Scharman for a social time ond for tho
annual election of officers. The fol
lowing wereelectod: President, Dr.JD.
H. Cressler; vice-president, Frank
Bretzer; secretary-treasurer, Louis
Johnson. Several committees to look
after the different departments will be
appointed later. After thr election of
officers the men were served with de
lightful refreshments and held an after
hour of music and jollification. All the
thirty-five present voted Mr. and i, Mrs.
Scharman royal entertainers and ex
pressed themselves ns having enjoyed
tho evening very much.
Co. Supt. Cleo R. Chappell has re
ceived a notice announcing the dates
for tho county eighth grade examina
tions to be held in the spring. 'All the
eighth grade pupils in the country
schools will be obliged to take 'these
examinations in order to qualify for
tho free high school ns provided by1 the
state. The dates are as follows: Thurs
day and Friday, March 12 and 13;
April 9 and 10; May 7 and 8. ' Examina
tions in nil required subjects will bo
given on each of these three dates,
and each pupii will be allowed to take
the exams on nny of the dates they
(Copied from tho "Mt. Pleasant News")
Wednesday, Dec. 31. 1913. at ' the
homo of tho bride's brother in Birming
ham, occurred the wedding of Dr. J.
L. Siver and Belle Holland, two of
our well known and liked young people.
They will mnko their homo in Mt.
Plensant whore the groom already had
prepared his homo and Mrs Siver will
be welcomed into the social circles of
that place. The doctor will continue to
mako professional visits nt this place as
usual. New London regie ts losing
Mrs. Siver, but nil extend congratula
tions and well wishes. Dr. Siver was
formerly a resident of this city.
Your chanco to save is here. Attend
Trnmp's Loom End Snle. You ate guar
anteed a savingnnd absolute satisfac
tion or your money back. Do vou want
in on this? The Tramp's will do their
A bowling match is scheduled for
ne'xt Monday evening between the
barbers and tho clothing clerks. The
barbers challenged tho clerks Tues'dav
afternoon and both sides are busy get
ting ready for tho match, which prom
ises to bo a lively one. Following are
the lineups: Clerks, Harry Samelson, '
Francis'Sandall, Guy Swopo, Corbin I
Jones nnd Clay Schoonover; baibers,
Ray Cantlin, George Weinberg. Jim
McNiesh, Howaid Bannon and Bill '
W. A. Piper, Examiner Nebraska
Central Building &. Loan Association
was here last Friday with District
Agent, C.F, Temple. We examined and
approved about $12000.00 worth
of loans. This association has a
great many loans in this ci ty. -
Soveral of tho old Jorth Platte ball
players of last year's team have!
written here fot places on tho toani
for tho coming seoson in case North
Platte gets into tho state league. Shaw
and Dygort have been henrd from this
week and want to know if there will bo
places for them. They both have
offers from other places but wish to re
turn here and play in tho state league.
Rose Comb R. I. Red Roosters. They
are tho finest ever. Now is tho time
to select your stock for tho season's
breeding. I have a fino lot to show.
Price $2.00 to $5.00.
J. II . VnnCleavo,
101-4 North Platte, Nebr.
Mrs. Jane Dickinson Dead.
Mrs. Jane Dickinson died nt her
home on West Ninth street Tuesday
evening at 9 o'clock, aged SO jears and
22 days. Death cas due to old age ond
genoral debility, but she has been
poorly for some time and
confined to her bed for tho
Mrs. Dickinson was born
1833. She has been a resident 6f
city for the past thirty years and
well known to many North Platte
people. She was th" mother of ten
children by her first husband, Mr. Rob
inson, but ail of them left the city except
hor eldest son Charles Robinson, who
resides about eight miles north of the
city on n homestead. One daughter is
now in New York City ond the where
abouts of the other children are not
known, they having left many years
ngo. She leaves besides her children,
her husband, William Dickinson.
The funeral services were held yes
terday afternoon from the Episcopal
church, Dean Bowker officiating. Intei
ment was in the North Platte ceme
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A baby girl was born this week to
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Nixely. Mother
and child are reported doing nitfely.
W. R. Maloney was appointed admin
istrator of theestnte of the late A. F.
Gyer Wednesday in the county court.
Mrs. R. E. Walls, sister to the de
ceased, appeared before the court and
petitioned for the appointment of ad
ministrator. The city treasurer redeemed about
$0,000 worth of the city warrants Wed
nesday. He took up all the warrants
from the general fund and a largo
number from the water fund. How
over, he announces that city Warrants
will bo canh in the near future.
The committees of the Methodist and
Presbyterian brotherhoods met at the
Vienna cafe Wednesday noon nnd en
joyed a feed and made plans for n
social evening. The joint social will bo
held at the Presbyterian church Mon
day evening of next week and the com
mittees hnve planned big things and
nre going to spring n surprise on the
members of the two organizations. All
the members, of both organize tions are
urged to bo present.
Your money back if you want it at
Tramp's Salo. Do you know of anything
fairer than this? We think not. Better
look to your needs now.
E. T. Tramp & Son.
Tho manager and captains of the
barbers nnd clothing clerks bowling
teams met yesterday morning nnd
agreed to adopt Pres. Elmer E. Dungan
now scales to detect Dodo in the bowl
ing balls to bo used in their match
next Monday evening, also tho rules of
tho National Bowling Association will
govorn. One of the new rules that will
bo enforced will be of not more than
ono, two or three ounces tho normal
unbalance customnry in bowling balls
used in championship games and to be
determined by scales mentioned above
which will be installed by Monday
noon. Bowlers will then have three
tests which covers every point and none
which can bo evaded. A scale with n
16 lb weight, n ring 27 inches in cir
cumference to pass over tho ball and
the now mechanism to weight the
amount of unbalance. X
It's bad business to ask, grant or
accept personal surety. Bad for all
parties to the transaction, bad for the '
one who signs, bad tor the one who j
seeks the favor and bad for the one '
accepting the security. Have Temple ,
sign your bonds and make it good in
Stability, Efficiency and Service
Have boon tho factors
in tho tr-vcr'th of tho
First National Bank,
XORT1I P&A.TT13, XJ2MIASICA..
CAPITAL AJVD SURPLUS:
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
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 hest
goods obtainable anywhere. We carry the
ol canned fruits, jams and vegetables, and
many other standard brands. A full line of
fancy and staple groceries, queenswarc, and
rin u& Liracerv
F. D. WESTENFELD, Prop.
404 West Fourth Street
For the care of surgical, obstretrical and medical cases.
FREE! A 50c Jar of BALM OF ALMOND.
A Cream and Powder Combined. That dull finish im
possible to obtain from dry powder in flesh or white tints.
Buy a sponge which is used in applying the Balm for 15c
xand get a 50c jar FREE. By mail 5c extra.
Stone Drug Co,,
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