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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1914)
and precious stones
in any mounting is
oitr specialty. We
carry a large stock
stones and will make
to your order any
after your own
ideas. This in
sures having some
thing individual and at yery little more cost. It will
pay ypu to consult us before making any purchase en
odd mountings and diamonds.
We do our own diamond mounting in our-own shop.
DIXON, The Jeweler.
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J Office over the McDonald'
m State Bank.
Local and Personal
Get that new ruj? at Schatz'.s sale.
Misses Aileen and Edith Gantt left
Wednesday evening for Omaha to spend
a few days visiting friends.
Miss Viola Eaves has accepted a po
', sition in the telephone office, succeed
ing Miss Florence Lamb who resigned'
William, son of Mr. and Mrs. E, iS.:
Davis, leaves next week for Indianola,
la., where he will work in his uncle'3
4 drug store during the summer.
For Rent Five room house at 813
east Third St Bath, electric lights and'
range. Inquire at 811 E. Third.
Everett Fonda, who has been attend
ing university, has accepted a position
for the summer with the J.tJ.' D.avis
"'Automobile company selling Bujck,and
" ' Mrs. Lena Rfes, who has been visit
ing North Platte friends for ten .days,
, will leave tomorrow for Seattle to
- make her home with her daughter.; i
" Roy Ames, who attended the state
, agricultural school at Curtis, arrived
s home this week. He will be employed
during the summer at the experimen
. tal sub-station.
Read Schatz'e ad in this issue.
, ... A. R. Nichols of Gibbon, one of the
instructors in the Junior normal for
1 this summer, arrived in this city Tues-
-day evening. He" is'a brother-in-law to
' . Mrs. H. G. Knowles.
,,( : Postmaster Davis leaves Monday for
Lincoln'to attend Ihe convention of
Nebraska postmasters. An invitation
',,will be extended to have the convention
; theld in North Platte next year.
, Mr. and Mrs, E F. Seeberger will
return home Sunday from their
"western trip. They have been spending
this week in Salt Lake and Denver,
r whiie enroute home from Pasco, Wash.
Civil Engineer Paul G. Myers left to
day for Omaha lo spend a few days on
a business visit. '
. Vernon Kuhns, of the Maxwell'yicin
ity, wad.n business visitor to the county
Miss Eileen Flynn will leave Monday
for Kearney where she) will attend the
eight weeks summer school of the
Go to Schatz's overstocked sale this
The county commissioners and County
Surveyor R. L. Cochran were visiting
in the north part of the county Wednes
day inspecting county roads.
Miss Bessie Smith expects, to leave
Monday for Kearney where she will
attend the summer normal for eight
See Schatz's Sale adv.
, Leonard Redmond, of the Harcourt
os-uensen siorewni go 10 nearney sun
day to attend the state league -baseball
game betweerrNorfollra'nd Kearney.
Corn cultivators, mower rakesf- hay
stackers and sweeps aV Hershey's, 5th
& Locust street; opposite postoffice,
Mr. Welch, who stays at the John
Tighe home on Ease Third street, hTre
ported quite iIl'.He is a man 0rajjput
ninety years oCffgtf ra"n"d his coqflrljdn
is considered serious. ii '
For Sale'fiheap 1f taken at once, gas
oline; rjngeA813 West Fourth. K)all
mornings. , jji
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hahler.j of
Sidney, vere visiting relatives and
friends in this city a few days the first
oiheweek. They returned home
homo Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Hildegard Clinton is expected
home this week from Lincoln where
she had been attehdfhg'ine'tate Jurii
versity. School was'otftJlaat'weekj but
she spent a week visiting friends' in
different points in the "astern part of
The rouud house team met the North
Side Pirates Wednesday eveningon the
round house basball park and ware de
feated by a score of 3 to. The game
was fast and exciting and only one hit
was allowed. The batteries were:
Pirates. Waltz and Coberlv: round
I house. P. Haggerty and T. Ilaggerty.
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"Are; Platte Valley State Bank
They are. Our Certificates of
Dqpoiit may. be transferred to
other parties by endorsement
without disturbing the accumu
lated interest, at any time.
The 4 per cent interest will be
ready for the rightful owner when
presented for payment at . matur
ity. The Certificate may be re
newed with the interest added in,
Platte Jalley State Bank,
NORTH PLATTE. - - NEBRASKA
4 Per Cent Interest on time Deposits.
Oscar Sandall Weds
A quiet wedding was solemnized at
8.30Wcdnesday evening g when Mfsa,
Tillie Huxoll was united in marriage to
Oscar ISandallJUat tho home of the
bride's sUter.aMrs.JHarry York at 602
South Pino street. Only the immediate
relatives of tho two young people were
presont. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Martin Jung of Palmer, Neb.
Mrs. Jung is n sister to the bride.
The master's degree was conferred
The couple entered tho room unat
tended and took their places and th
ring ceremony was used. The bride
was gowned in a white embroidered
dress and curried a boquet of bride's
rosea. The rooms were tastefully de
corated with foliage, cut flowers and
The bride has been a resident of this
city all her life and was at one time,
employed at this office. She is tho
daughter of .Mrs. Caroline Telitz, resid
ing in the Fourth ward and is an ad
mirable young lady. The groom has
also lived in this city the greater part
of his life and is a member of the
Lierk-Sandall grocery firm. He is a
man respected by all who know him
and both young peoplejhave a host of
friends in this citylwho join in wishing
Mr. and' Mrs. Sandall eluded the
charivari .bunch and left on the 1
o'clock train for the west for a wedding
trip of two weeks. They went to
Hershey in an automobile and took the
train there. They will go first
to Portland, Oregon, then to Seattle
and on to Everett, Wash., where they
will visit relatives of the groom. They
expect to return by way of Los
Angeles and will make home their in
98c and $2.48:
Harry Smith Accepts.
The chairman of the Playground As
spciation received a telegram from.
Harry Smith yesterday definitely ac
cepting the position of director of the
cities summer'playground. Owing to the
fact that the schools at Negaunee do
not close till late and he will not be able
to be here till about the 19th.
Mr. Sniith's record in this work is
excellent and are exceeding fortunate
in procuring his services The boys' and
girls whom he trained in Douglas Park,..
Chicago carried off a number of honors,
in the Park meets. Our plnyground
work is sodeclde'dly in its infancythat;
Mr. bmith will necessarily be some.-r)
what handj'capped'by the "crudeness of
our preparations, but we feel sure that:
no win uo equal 10 ine iusk oi giving
us some idea of the tremendous value
of the plaground movement.
Samuel M.- Souder Surprises Friends.
Samuel M. Souder, deputy county
treasurer, "and Miss Eva Spickerman
of this city were united in marriage
Wednesday rnorning at 6 o'clock at the
Baptist parsonage, Eev. J. L. Barton
officiating. The wedding was a quiet
affair and came as a surprise to most of
the friends of tha two young people.
Eli Hansen and Miss Mildred Bu'rgner'
attended the couple.
The bride has been a resident of this
city for several years and Is well known
to many here. She is a graduate of the
Chicago conservatory of music and has
been teaching here. The groom is a
son of John Souder of the Moorefield
ycinity and has been in the county
treasurer's office for four years.
Immediately after tbcteremony the
couple left fer the Moorefield vicinity
for a short visit and to attend the
wedding of Ira J. Sowle and Miss Susan
Souder,. sister to the groom, which oc
curred at the home of the bride's par
ents Wednesday. Two sisters and one
brother in the family were married
within two days. Miss Louise Souder
was married the'preceeding day to Le-ItoyuDeLate.
Mens Walkover Oxfords
In broken sizes and odd lots $ 3.8,0
and $4.00 grades
Men's Walkover Oxfords
$4 grade made on up-to-date lasts,
BUY YOUR OXFORDS NOW.
Wilcox Department Store
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1 "A gallon of ft imter I
I oil?" "No- U Pi i
I I 1 a gallon of ' IHi I
I. I : Polarine." "S Si
fi "The end of car- j CtfiJ I W
j bon troubles." Vf7j lCp 1
; I ; STANDARD OIL COMPANY . jJfllllllWllillSlWII.I 1 XUJjjl 1
I tffr....0 mJi F'e Morrows ' A
TheScotts Bluffs Herald htd on ac
count of a new law firm that was re
cently negotiated at that place when
Fred A. Wright, a prominent attorney
of that city, and J. G. Mothersaid
formed a partnership under the firm
name of 'Wright & Mothersaid. Mr.
Mothersaid formerly J practiced law in
this citv with the firm of Wilcox &
Halligan, but left about a year ago for
Scott8iBluffs where he was in tho em
ploy of Mr, Wright.
'"'Oh you June Brides," Schatz will
E. R. Plummer, of tho Schatz hard
ware Btore has a curosity on display at
the store. It is a large cucumber pre
served ina small necked bottle. The
cucumber was put in the bottle by Mr.
Plummer about thirty yenrs ago. lie
placedthe neck of the bottlo around a
small cumcumber and allowod it to
grow in tho bottle. It took several
trials before ho succeeded in accom
plishing the feat.
Bids for tho new heating plant for
the weather bureau were submitted to
the Washington office and Weather
Observer, A. ,W. Shilling received a
wire this week announcing that the
contract had been let to R. F. Stuart
of this city.
Five Pure Bred Short Horn Hulls
from as good families as are in the
Herd Books. Bred right and priced
tf W. W. BIRCE.
Local and Persona!.
Sheriff Salisbury was a visitor to
Maxwell Wednesday on official business:
A son was born Tuesday to 11 r. and
Mrs. Roy Banks,
Rolfe Halligan lefj; Tuesday evening
for Lincoln to spend a, few days visit
ing friends. . .
For Rent Two large furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. 514 East 3rd St.
'Hnrris Stuart has accepted a position
for the summer working on the rip
Thomas Golden, of Grand Junction,
la., is visiting is the city at the home
of L. R, Duke, his wife's parents.
Ira Simpson has accepted a position
in a gnrage at Sterling, Colo., and he
left the first of the week for that place.
Wanted Competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. Geo. T. Field, 502
West Fifth street.. tf
Henry Rebhausen, E: T. Tramp,
John Den, Will Woodhurst and one or
two others will leave Sunday for
Ender's Takn on a fishing trip.
For Sale Four second hand Fold
cars that were taken in exchange fcr
new cars. Prices right. Come and see
thorn. Hendy-Ogier Garage.
J. W. Tucker is completing a very
neat bungalow on Fourt street in the
Trustee's addition and Alj house Picard
has begun the erection of a bungalow
nearly opposite the Tucker house.
rYriu should Bibble" let "Schatz
0. W. Brandt and family and J. B,
Jeter and family have moved into the
Tift house in the 600 block on west
Fourth, the former occuyying the
ground floor and the latter the upper
"I should Bibble," S:hat'z Sale
The North Platte Independents will
g6 to Sutherland Sunday where they
meet the Sutherland aggregation in the
afternoon. The Sutherland team de
feated the north side Pirates last Sun
day by a score of 2 to 0 and a fast
game is expected. They intend making
the trip by nutomoilbe nnd n number
from here are contemplating attending.
Sealed bids will be received at my
office until 10 o'clock a. m. June 10,
1014, for the erection of a building ud
joiuing the York feed store on Locust
street in this city. Plans and specifica
tions, tor same can he seen at my office
in North Platte. The right is reserved
to reject any or all bids.
373 John Bratt.
The I HC Line
"CHAIN AND IIAY
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Oil iod C11 Eajiaet
SEE the International fifth wheel (pat
ent applied for) on Weber and Co
lumbus wagons. This one feature
makes these two wagons stand out abaye
all the rest as the best and cheapest, for a
farmer to buy. The fifth wheel prevents
tho pitching auu pulling up of tho front bolbter, and
it does away with broken king pins and bent circle
irons. It doubles the bearing surface of the bolster
on the sandboard; it Increases tho life of tho wagon;
distributes strains more evenly, and therefore makes
the work of hauling easier on tho horses.
With all these points to recommend it, tho Inter
national fifth wheel is worth a trip to town to see.
Call on the I H C local dealer who handles Weber or
Columbus wagons nnd ask him to show you tho
International fifth wheel. You cannot see it op. any
other wagon. If you do not know where to go,
drop us a line and we will give you the nam? of the
International Harvester Company of America;
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Hh?B&ee Oitonie Puao nSmStI
F. J. DIENER & Co.
iteal Estate and Insurance.
Come and see us for town Iota In
dllferent partB of tho city, Good In
vestments on easv terms. Houses for
sale and rent. We have nlao voaA linr-
' gains in farms nnd ranches.
Cor. Front and Dewey Sts. lUpstairs.
Perfection Oil for Incubators
is the best. It bums
clean and evenly no
chance of smoke or
sbot. It makes steady
burning certain. It s
.the incubator oil with
out a risk. It's clean
tank wagon oil, not
Standard Oil Company '
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