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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1914)
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W WATCHES. W
rjvy? In the Purchase of a Watch OU
We would suggest thal.you buy as
rood a case us you think you can af
ford, bul that you got, a movement thai
is absolutely ucputufe UJwl that yOtt can
rely iitjoit at all, tSftt& '': '
If you will give us your idea m to
the atyL- of timepiece you prefer, and
the price ou desire to pay, wc will be
glad to offer you the watch that vtQ, be
fievc will! be besi adapted to your,
need. - - , .'
WELER and OPTICIAN.
Vo Wont your Repair Work
Dispatcher Brant of tho local offico
is enjoying his annual vocation.
Terminal Supt. Dclaney, of Hague,
came tlowo Saturday night anil visited
friends over Sunday.
A special train of delegates to tho
convention of women's club nt Chicago
pnssed east yesterday morning.
Master Mechanic W. T. Beery, of
Grand Islnn'd spout, a short time in the
city Inst week looking after company
Freight traffic is rather slow, but
fortunatlv the California fruit is begin
ning tj run and this will perceptibly in
crease cast bound business.
Supt. W. It. Cfthill, of Omaha, was
In the city Friday in his special cor
looking 'after company business hare-
He returned to Omaha in tha after
noon. A holder for conductor's, hat check 3
h John LeMaster's latest invention.
It ti mighty handy and convenient anu is
meeting with a'ready sale to passenger
.sobdtictors. John hopes to sell Kt least
tan tnotttand. ,
Two thousand extra car men were
put W work Friday on the Darlington
lines wast of the Missouri rivor. All
available ears will b? repaired in read!
ness for the grain shipment. Tha rail
road company is evidently expecting a
bumper crop as well as soma of 'tha
of the rest of us.
Local and SVvaonal.
1 1 M". Fnni
f r n Vl-ot f
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iv ; i thi .
Hart- .fnrrin vnl i -i u
gin th construction o.
his lot-i in tho 1100 M".
Xnd- rst hn let !j
the el- '-tii'.i f a stoi i 1
low on in-. "iTifr lof, i
on W". r i ir 'i Sir 'i'i.
Mis:-' MflM 'J,i'''ins 1 i v
wt"k i',r i vi'U w.th ! .!
nia, ar i if c v!itkna '
she muv ! .' ! to pet ..i i
in that .u-ite.
Miss i.illi in McLrai .1, i, Moulcjer,
Col., spuat tin- wo., i-nd '.tth b :
sister, Mr.-,. H. M. Grimes vvhil- -en
route east. Miis MeCiocU-n will mturn
and spend tho month of August with
Judge uiimes and J. J. Halligan will
uniti in, Hip n,ction tit a two fu-niiy
apartmcnl. houat on thou- premises on
WoRt Seond . Th new !nur-v will be
locatou botv'on their n--p ctivr- roii-denctts.
"Oh 'ui Jum; Brido
Tho North PlfJU; El' ' i
hud tke a rive ypiir i'
mont of th" Mutual H .. '
has bij-i-n udivd of ''- I,
uSHOctati .n. One ol' tl' !r"
tho bBfuuMitliHS beoii ! .. (
years l-i Harry, the tl1 " m-n. nnij thf
other front, room to fv N'"th iNatt
Electi '1 Siipjv V , tiT ii 'imlltv
period It ppoti-i' ilf' i.' -t loi
tho o(! ' In-.'mint ii" i . !l .m b
Mrs. II. A. .)ov, of Staph1! it, wa-;
' !.nui:ht to tho P. f: S hoMpitiil Saiu--
h vHI leave day to receive me licnl tn-nlnjent for
'. vy-4 wilh ' leumatiim.
'""nworlh, Rotifrt (iutii.t and Stamjf'r Schroal-
ar.ed returned Friday from liincoln
v dvs bo-1 when- they hud been nUcai, tho
unga'liw or tnle universe...
on Wc.-it i Mr. and Mr?. Georp;p Mc'iinley f
cgalalltt arrlvt-d in this ity ;' -terda.y
i for a ibprt vk-it hc:f. Mr. ivliiinify i
n prcimirifiit ranchman of thai ichiity.
W'il Morris, Ira Russell in'l Abnor
Wt'ssberg ti'tnrned Friday owning
."rnir. I,inoln whfrv they have b?"n at
U'nding the sfhto univor.iity and they
will opfind th ir sumiTier vaeation here.
The littlo daughter ut Mr. arid Mrs.
It. nrv Lehr of the WellAect vidnity
Two are Hurt When Eugiae Leaie RaiU
Floyd Breternitz sustained brokbn
u'H andsiveral bruises about tha lga
tm, I iiM.iv Satunliiv nleht when awitch
eiu'iro No. 1269 left tha rails in. thai
east er,1 of the yard. He waa caught
under the runm ?, board of tha englna
wnen it v, cnt into tn0 ditch and Wat
iiuld foi twenty minutea bisfora tb
othornun ( oi'Id dig hitn out. ' '
Nanane anotiior uwitchman. was
thrown iPH-i 'ii'- running board. 0&
struck n tj.s i'w:" which badly braised
and cinti :rs wco I'riveh into hi 'Jaft
The engine w.is returning from the
stock yard awiteh on a aid-.' track aAd,
a khortvay l clow tho stock yarda tha
raiU Horeau t.rd tin: onioe ran on, the
ties. Farllier along the rails turned
over nnd fn t-npiiic run on the ties
lor v 'iuite ii way-! on tho
flange of t e lail before it went oyer
in the flitch, ihiee rnon were riding
on th running b.mrd, but the third got
off without any injuries
Thi'n;ine uoj.i. deei) into the soft
i diit on the north side tf tho tracks and
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Just now this Women's Specialty Store is considering
your wants for the suniincr months and we are now well
prepared to supply your wants in all kinds of summer
Dainty Cool Dreeseg in whil,e and
colors, in all (h new up-to-date
. $2.50 to $10.
Cool Summer Waists,, in the vety
newest effects from
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Wwhkirto iri Linen' and k.pffinpe
fj ? 08c up
.Hevt' Middies, new
Crepe and Lawn
driMft$alDtM&t in .ite. m ctaot's, all .sizes 9W Up .
UndlerBiuSlihB that are cool and comfortable And perfect fitting, - they' Jost 'no more.
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Lcidiferf OuLtfittinsJ Store
S.-hatz wiil '
.vai t j-f.rau'o upon jencioay nionurigi air. tirnn-uinj waa yn ui" nuiui kk,
fit the Brown Menorial hospital by Dr.' the end of the running boaid plowed a
Twinem. j deep bole under the engine or Jlr.
,, ., , ,,1It ii Hreternita would andoubtably have
Mrs. K.C.P-yl.Pt-of t nis city was able b(en sflri0nsly hurt. H- was
to leava thoP.&l. h'jspjttil n day after , j d d th(J e fa wUh his k.g.
having twen cot.i.ned there for se era, J t .unningbonrd.
vv-eKs with a .lege uluk tli ,w ' After he was oug out he was tftiwn
Wvo oon for a visit with hat, daughter hi9 homewheI(e t waa Al9(MVcr(.
t alloway Nebr. 1 1-. ., wus not faUiy i,urt. HJ did
not loerf consciounesa but sufforea con--idiMiible
pain. Hi8 rlphi leg was
broken and b.ith legs were seriously
bruited and he will be laid off for some
time, Tha trucks were all torn up and
the wr.'eki-Hr crew spent, all day' Sun
day gathering up the wreck.
Miss Ki.-tb'mo Jorgonren of the VVtll
t'leet vi, injiy wrrivod m tho niLy tiiin
."oek for a vi--.it of several days w'th
J. C. Dcn, Henry Kebh'tuso, H. D.
P.trae niid two v throw othsf laft
Sttinla moinii.2 for Ender's laktfon
. fifihiug trip They will re.urn Thura-
For Rfrit Five room house .modern
except hosr. ,'.A. Kockpn,-8ll K. Third.
The North Piatto ind'peridetit teani
I defeated the Sutherland tetim Sunday
1 afternoon bv the one-sided scoie 8 to 1.
M . whlih : Th Rnme wa-i wen by the loct.lx in tho
1 ',); ' k1""" . first three innir :n ;;i they ipado nil tin
' eil'Jjn.-, . t.., ()Ut one th-;ii. On account ol
hy tl)-- tl,,. vshid the i, one wai notns fast as it
t roaw xt v , ,;) j otherwise luivo been, but it wms
.1 I'or five i ..im..!.! ftifhmit :mu cli.--nuto6 liild both
j-ieei were we'll sati-fled with tin result.
i .'on.- held the Sutherland ruen down to
t,vo Lit and struck out a number of
fi.ti. Th htii teries wrs Jones nnd
1 l'is. Pterson and lohnort, iiiiiiiire
i foihi'Hii. '
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Local and Persona!
tict that new rug at Schatz's sal.
Allen Lawheodleft Friday for Kear-
-Tu he will spend seVB'aJ oaya
relatives. ' - ' !- '
,.t) Pchaiwiann deft iViday
I (lard to spond ft week vbll-
i le ra'torned J'ridar' eveni
. - i ' t np of several days tarough
!;,n ;.r,a tyrant counties.
Street Commissioner W. B. Salis
bury is busy this week cleaning out all
tha gutters and setting things readv
for -the' summer. Everything will be
throughly cleaned so as to . eradicate
every possible, place . fqr .the breeding
Mrs. ClaraJHunter of this city leftlast
Wflek for Schuyler tospend several day.
County Treasurer Albert N. Durbln
was a business visitor to Sutherland Sat
urday to look after ,sotne ofllcial busin
nesa. ' " .; l
Xout8 Prottyman returntid Saturday
from Burlington, la., where, be went
some weeks auo to make his home. Hio
ItarriUir ia nrvftA kJma . mm1 Ua
r.-r...j .. trr,w.CV 4, ;w.4 . wey , M.a K.-.a fc.
wni maxe tneur homeinthiiieii-.v aioii o -v"- o a,
Mi. Prettvman locates, a hnimo. Ho
bad intended forming In Tomu th;
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r.e v ii,h i oiruies consiaang.oi. yar, cut arunr stuvmsr there . short
ir, t,oncartIpa-wd fjaed vest j time' hei decided that Nebraska was
t j ;;t Vilcox Pep. Store. '" 't good enough for him and he will so.-k
lV of f doty at I piojnifn? n
'i .MarvTiKhe hfla
. sv.W. I Jirsre, offico for several oa a
o i account uf tho illness of her grsnd
fuher Mr. Welch,.. . ". ' r
ijidso.) Ailesn and , Sdith Gantt .rftr
.urned faojoft Friday from Omaha vhere
they spent a few dftys visiting frfendl
av4 shopping, ' ' '
O. W. Sisemore;' for many 'years
operating a barber shop in tjiei cjtp
l.yibeen selected a ,iftn(tor fot the new"
QWldtng ana tonns DUiiaing.
Deputy Sheriff Roy Wilton was- a
visitor to Sutherland. Saturday to visit
relatives and friends and to look after
Erft$'Srw(rieIl and. bis new bride,.
ofthffftbjiani vicinity, stopped irf
the 0fr -mrnxSt for a -shortf visit
with Wewt,. -lEbey . were enroute on
their seliurjf from their honeymoon,
trip of several week In tilts eas
;WH,il,tor overuuKf i l"t
racmc, ornvea irom tee west
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Kit wife -wtiJi i-a-tf immmmffi fi m msjfiiik
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! auo yesterday nad hit car tran8irri
- . ttj;XEe braiitilJ trtiin.
-fiucien 3tebbion of this ctty I Mreti
Iflng a petition eakinff'thfci bja liaine
eaAdidatp-fep congress from the- gitb
otaincs. . -. -,-,.
James rAtaoap" who apen'.sevorftl
days visititojf reliatlyea and friends here,
returned S4inro.v to bis home in.Oma
bn. Mr. Nelson fdroaerly lived ere.
This ig AJt te b; he'nje or vcant
lot You mk to ses.tJie ti'wgaii-.s
Bratt a UfcD im.
SpeciorS 300.00 Piano, slightly used f'
Price this week, $175.00.
The aW-rtwy bwrebtJltwa stpp''i
gjhiL y for a short -tlnw Sitotaajrj,
DiMroute ia .Stsroleton .
-the Stctoii'., btarn
Just received another shipment of High Grade Pitmo3 at prices to ait
any pocket and terms to suit. Come in and lot our factory man show you.
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fernoonU o - v . ,- - , -, j
iie;Je.J42 dtfrirfg Sbat
"lames OitoB, A0it ein,bef tftik
Cltiifpn Jewelry company, . le.ft Sitor
8a.y ovcnlmr for Ilnstlrtga to. visit
Wendw o or Sunday and to look after
iil!,Bariiet Dixop .rsturnad", Friday
.fifem a visit of two woefcs with Miss t
'mt:' - . t '
(Ban Watts at Corning, Iowa BOot
Mies Wfttt,BiBo attendea too co
cement texercises of Browneli Hall
license to wed was granted Frjdijr
wrenlng from the office of thg eouat
fudge to tiBtner iistes, 4, or xryon.
d Mrs. Mrie P. Wripht, 44, of this
ojty. They were married by Judge
Grant and will make their borne on the
groom's farm in the Tryon vicinity.
Xt a recent maetin of tho North
Watte band it waa decitkd to accept
taw oirer to go to Ootheuburg for tne
JVwrth of July ctl.'bratfon and the full
Wind will go. There will be no celabra-
tien bere and uothenourg mauo tne
best oil'er to the band that they havo
received this year,
, 'MIm Ella M. "Watson, of Lincoln,
eorresponding secretary of the Topeka
branch of the Woman's Foreign Mis
sionary society, spake Sunday morning
at the Methodist church to a good sized
audience. She gave a irood talk on
missions also took up a oHering. Sho re
turned home Sunday afternoon.
The Perabyterisn, church was well
AIM Sunduy evening for the musical
program which wus render d bv the
ohn'r under ' th direction of Miss
'Esther Antoaidea. Tha musie wts
1 good and was much enjoyed by all at-
tqnuing. A vocal oiony anas Aiuonitioa
.with a violin oblii at j by Ralph Alden
was especially good and nlso n selection
ibv a mixed quartette composed of Miss
' Antonidos, Mrs. Kerr, Mr. Rhodos and
' Dr. Mitchell. Miss Hogsett played n
very pretty offeratory and recessional.
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