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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JANCARY 20, 1914.
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Local and Personal
Henry Winters, of KeyBtone, was In
the city Saturday calling on friends.
Charles McOnckey, who was operated
upon last woek at the P. & S. hospital.
Nick Adamy, proprietor of the bowl
ing alley, invested in a 1914 Model
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. White and Mrs.
D. B. White, of Hershey, were visiting
friends in the city Friday afternoon.
George Halloway, of Tryoii, was in
the city Friday visiting friends and
looking after some business matters.
Mrs. John Santo is reported recover
ing nicely from her operation which was
porformed last week at the P. & S.
A baby girl was born Saturday morn
ing to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusher of
this city. Mother and child are reported
Motta O'Connell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. O'Connell, was operated
upon Friday afternoon at the P. & S.
hospital. At last reports she was get
ting along nicely.
Just' One Package
Try just one package of fresh, crisp, Fairy 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 Serve You Now With Fresh Fairy Soda Crackers.
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 good.
Now is a good time to try a big carton only 10c.
"Buy Fairy Sodas packed in
To keep the Dainty freshiness in."
Fairy Sodas in Family tins-only
Items Soda Crackers
2S c i 2S c
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
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilson from
north of the city were visiting in ttys
city last waek with their daughter.
C. II. Meek returned to this city from
Northport whero he had been running
on the sugar boot special train from
Northport to Hague.
C. V. Turpie returned Friday after
noon from Omaha where he went with
saveral car loads of cattle for tho
Charles Wess and family and Mrs.
Cooper, all of Wellfleot, woro in tho
city Friday afternoon visiting friends.
They drove oyer in Air. West's car.
Miss Esther Antonides, who teaches
at Brady, visited in tho city over Sun
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
J. Antonides of West Sixth street.
Lost Ladies Gold necklace with
diamond and saphires. Finder plpase
roturn to Herbert Tramp and receive
Frank Garman of Sutherland- is re
ported quite sick at thft home of his
brother, Clarence Garman. He was
visising in the city and was taken aick
of Fairy Sodas
and you're always sure of having
crisp and palatable crackers.
The tin keeps out all moisture
dust and odors and keeps in
all'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.
50c and you keep the handy tin
Package of t
Complete stock of the above High Grade Goods will
N. B. Spurrier and son Fred loft
Saturday afternoon for Denver to take
in the live stock show.
W. H. C. Woodhurst loft Sunday
ovening for Omaha to spend a few days
looking af tor business matters.
C. 0. Wcingand left this morning
for Kansas City, St Louis and Chicago
to buy his spring stock for the store.
County Commissioner D. B. Whito
left today for Denver to spend a few
days at tho Denver livestock show.
W. R. Powell loft yesterday for
Denver to spend a few days at tho
livestock show and to look after some
The high school boys gave a dtmce
Friday evening at the Masonic hall and
quite a large number attended. All
report a pleasant evening.
0. 0. D. Cleaners and Dyers. Next
door to the Ritner Hotel. tf
License to wed was granted Saturday
morning in tho county judge's oflioo to
Louis R. Stanfield, 29, of Brady Island,
nnd Miss Minnio E. Picrson, of Suther
land. The groom is a telegraph opera
tor at Brady and the young couple
will make their home there.
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
of different sizes and in bulk.
Experimenting with peanut
butter on "different "varieties of
Iten Quality Crackers will give
you many tasty and pleasing
A Pleasant and
Eating this high-quality pure
food product every day
Taste good easily digested
substantial and satisfying.
You will like lien's Graham
Biscuit and they will agree with
Bakery sealed cartons at 10c
Always fresh here.
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Goodies That Are
Good tor Your
all in handy packages at just a
Iten's School Cookies
Iten's Lemon Snaps . .
Ioma Ginger Snaps
Purity guaranteed by the Iten
Snow White Bakeries.
Get them here fresh from
Mr. G. D. Carr returned Saturday
night from York county where ho has
been visiting during tho last week.
Harry Kelloy, who has boon taking
electric treatment at the P. & S. hos
pital for tho past several weeks, wa3
able to return Saturday to his work as
traveling representative of tho Inter
national Harvester company.
Denny Redmond, of Denver, was in
ho city Sunday calling on old friends
and visiting relatives. Ho was for
merly a resident of this city but is now
travoling out of Denver for tho Funk
Atiother billiard tournament liaa been
started among some of tho members of
the Elks club and the losing sido will
give a feed Saturday evening. The
Bides wero chosen Sunday and tho
touniment will last this week.
Tho postel receipts from tho sale of
stamps for the first nino months of tho
fiscal year which ends March 31, show
an increase over- the nino months of
last year of $2,523.20, or nearly twenty
per cent increase. The receipts in 191.3
amounted to $12,344.16 and fortius year
they show $24,807.30.
These dainty wafers you serve
with soups and salads, with lea
and chocolate where, vcr really
fmu 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
Want something different to
put in lunches to give the
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, jj
Make it a point to try
Iten's Peanut Jumbles
, because you and your family will
like 'em they are tastc-ticklera
and palate ploasers.
Will Praise You
when served with any of these
delicious products baked by the
Iten Snow White Bakeries
ECHO SUGAR WAFERS
Vnnllla, chocolato . anil lemon
flavors. In 10 unci 25c tins
English Btylo biscuit in 10c cartons
IIIidiiMt quality In 10c cartons.
Satisfaction will bo yours if we supply
tho dainties for tho next social affair.
be toimd at
Hunters Rewarded with
Three Big Coyotes
Tho coyote hunt that was held Sunday
was much moro of a success than tho
one lield three woeks ngo today. Tho
final result was three coyotes besides n
number of rabbits and hawks. Several
coyotes woro reported seen but somo of
them got out of tho ring on account of
tho weakness of tho north line. Tho
three coyotes woro killed by tho
dogs in tho roundup but ono of them
had been shot in the front lop nnd its
log wa3 brokon off.
About five hundred people attended
the hunt nnd all onjoyed it very much.
Tho day was favorable in overy respect
and good representations camo from
overy locality. Tho roundup was mado
about one o'clock and immediately
after tho roundup a fine lunch was
served in C. P. Howard's barn. A beef
was barbecued nnd nil did ample justice
to tho feed of beef sandwiches and
A largo number of automobiles and
carriages were out and over a hundred
saddle horses wero on tho grounds.
Aftor tho feed n number of tho men
went out on horsos with doga aud hunted
again but no othor coyotes were re
A Query or Two.
If you woro a reputablo physician of
North Platte and County Commissioner
Davo Whito mado you an absolute and
unqualified promise thnt ho would vote
for you for county physician
when tho selection of that official was
mado by the board, and then failed to
keep his promise;
Or, If you woro a news
paper publisher nnd Commissioner
Whito voluntarily admitted that in tho
matter of the county. publishing ho had
treated you unfairly last year, but
promised and reitornted tho promise
several times in tho prosonco of throe
othor persons thnt ho would treat y6u
fairly this year nnd then wont square
back on his promise;
What would be our personal and
honost opinion of Commissioner White?
Respectfully referred to each individ
ual Tribune reader in Lincoln connty.
Jurymen for February
Term of Court
Tho jury list has been mado out for
tne I'euruary term of the district court
and is as follows: John Koontz, S.
Hartman, A. J Blakenberg, Owen
Jones, J. II. Campbell nnd F. II. Bar
ber of the North Platte precinct; J. B.
Murphy, Walker precinct, George
Firbraschc, Birdwood; George Able,
Maxwell; Henry Schultss, Gaslin; H. P.
Stovons, Payne; Charles Bryant, Sun
shine; Aaron Kain, Wallace, C. 13.
SchloHier, Yromun; G. R, Holcomb,
Osgood, Francis Montague, Sellers; J.
A. Shaw, Nichols; S. P. Spratt, Harri
son; Not man While, AVells; Harry Ard
ory, W IdHier; W. II. Frye, Ilinman;
Henry (Jnum, Bfndy
New Grocery for North Side.
Ed. Vermillion, who haB been opera
ting a land offico on the North Side,
traded last weelc for a grocery store
at Ogalalla and will bring itto this city
and open a store on tho North Side, He
traded land for the stock nnd will open
up tho store as soon as 'he can get a
building. Ho expects to bo open for
business in about two woeks.
Firemen go to Annual
Convention at Columbus.
The thirty-second annual convention
of tho Nebraska Volunteer flremcn-s
association will bo hold at Columbus to
day, tomorrow and Wednesday. Eight
representatives of the North Platte de
partment left this morninir for tho con
vention city. The regularly appointed
delegates nro Chiot Charley Bowen, Cy
Russell and Adnm Christ; and tho other
five who went down were W. J. Land
graf, Chas. Sandall. City Clerk Temple,
Tom Jeffers andLoron Schwordt.
Attempt to Rob one
of the Beer Vaults
Another attempt at robbery of one
of the beer vaults wns reportdd last
Thursday night by tho oflicors. Traces
of an attempt to broak into the vault
the next morning but tho opinion is tho
thief was frightened uway, a3 nothing
was found missing,
Tho oflicors have good idea who the
guilty party is and will keop a close
surveillance and apprehend him in
Word has been received from Mrs.
A. D. Mncomber, who is visiting for
tho winter in New York stato, that she
is enjoying a fine Visit nnd that the
snow is so deep there that they Blelgh
over the fences.
Miss Shuman, Heroine,
Tho following article appeared in tho
Snn "Francisco Exnminor of the dato of
January 14th, together with a full
length photograph of Miss Shuman
who was formerly a resident of thi3
Miss Dorothy Shumnn tho plucky and
ntholotic Berkeley girl who fought nnd
put to flight a holdup man two wooks
ngo, was so badly scared at tho thought
of publicity yesterday that sho and
William Wntkin Morgana Jr. wore
married in Redwood City instead of
When MIbs Shumnn, walking up
Forest avenue, Berkoly, was confronted
by nn nrmod man who leaped out of tho
shadows and demanded her purse, she
grappled with him and her, screams sent
him fleeing for safety.
Butryostorday while sho and Morgans
woro awaiting tho making out of tho
licenso in tho Oakland County Clerk's
ofiico a newspaper photographor, rec
ognizing her, asked her to pose for a
picture. This put her to flight and she
ran from tho building.
Morgnns followed hor and asked her
what the troublo was.
"Aron't you going to marry me,
Dorothy?" he asked.
"Sureley I am," sho replied. "But
not hore. There must to ro publicity."
So tliej? left Oakland and wont to
Redwood City, whore they arrived after
tho County dork's offico was closed.
But they found Mrs. Anna Agrotti,
a searcher of records, and she telephoned
for permission to issue thorn a license.
Thon they found Justin fl. W.
Lnmpkin and with Mrs. Agrotti nnd
Charles Jacobus, the Janitor, as wit
nesses, thoy were married by Justico
of Pence II. W. Lampkln,
And tho last request they mado of all
threo was to bo sure and keep it very,
Morgans is a senior student of law
at tho University of Cal'ifornia'and the
son of William V. Morgans, a promin
ent rancher of Brentwood.
Mrs. jMorgnns is tho daughter of Mrs.
Robert Shuman of 2115A Durnnt aven
ue, Borkoloy. Sho is tnlentcd and
recently nppearod with the Hishop
players at Ye Liberty Theatre in Oak
land. Their romance began a year ngo when
they mot at a danco given by the Delta
Upsilon fraternity, of which young
Morgans is a member.
Moorefield Couple s
Married at Midnight
AeitHill and Miss Julie DeLate,
uuiu ui mo f.iooieiieiu vicinity, wero
married last Wednesday morning
shortly ufter mienighc at the home of
tho brido's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
John Delate. Tho ceremony was per
formed by Rev. E. T. Stinetto nnd the
couple was attended by Miss Louise
Souder as bridemaid and Ray DeLate
as best man.
Tho wedding came as a surprise to
the many friends ot tho young people,
and no ono had expocted it up to the
time it hnppened. Both young people
are well and favorably known to many
in tho county nnd they havo a host of
fiior.di who wish them well. Tho bride
is a daughter of John DeLate, a prom
inent ranchman and stockraiser of tho
Moorcficld vicinity, and tho groom is a
son of A. E. Hill, n prominent far
mer of that vicinity nnd a former
county commissioner of Lincoln county.
Teoy will make their home on a farm
in tho Moorofield vicinity.
Seniors Led Off on
the Wrong Trail
The Seniors of the high school were
led off on a wrong trail Friday ovening
and spont the night until tho wee small
hours looking for a Junior party but
failed to find it. A danco was given by
tho high school boys and it had been
arranged by some of tho leaders of the
bunch that relieved tho seniors of their
shoes several days ago and tho seniors
interpreted thnt as a Bifen that tho
juniors wero giving a party and hold
tho dance to get tho other classes in
tarestcd in order that they might have
a moro peaceful time. However, a
eomplete search failed to reveal the
placo of tho party and the seniors were
obliged to return to their various homea
conscious of dofoat. Tho juniors
advise them to keep their ears
anu ineir oye3 on tho trail and to havo
more ioith in their fellow men.
Fred Spurrier, of tho post office de
partment, left Snturday for Denver to
visit trionds for a few days.
Frank Payno, residing on a claim
thirty miles north of tho city, camo
in Friday with a load of aand
corn for themarket.
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