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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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i Grnduale Dcnlist. 2
' iPct ovor tho McDonald
o State Park, p
Ciiy and County Notvs
Irn Simpson returned Saturday from
Starling,. Colo. , whore ho went last
woCk to accept a position in a gan o.
Mrs. Gatty is reportod tecowring
nicely from her recont operation at the
North Platte general hospital.
"Yoit should Bibble" lot' "Schatz
A spn was born Saturday to Mr. aril
Mrs. Arthur Harlwig of Paxton at tho
North Platte general hospital.
The North Platte Independents will
play here next Sunday with the Willow
Island aggregation and a week from
Sunday they will play a return game at
See the new Tango Nap Cords at'
Wilcox Mapt. Store.
itist Gladys Bird and Mabel Burke
returned Saturday from -Qmaha where
they spent a few days attending the
Lutheran League convention.
MUsea Nell Hartraan and Sylvia
Watts left yesterday morning for
" Kearney wl'ere tbey will talte the eight
weeks' Bummer normal course.
." "I should Bibble," Schat'a Sale
Hiss Hazel Misshalf ratiifcrred Sunday
from Lincoln whtri, h baa been
teaching in the city ecboola for the
past year, and will spend tha stjffirncr
vacations. lb her patents.
A new showing of Neaksveur nod
Deads at Wilcox Department Store.
Win.' Fisher, 'a holler-maker, sus
tained a painful injury Sunday when a
large piece of steel flew UXo . hia eye
It pierced the ball and cutqvfitv gh,
and ther injury will )a 'Mm' vtj fqr
John Burke "returamT Sunday
Eureka SoHnrs Ark . t tiire tin
called laat wewa on ac-ountot ma in- i
ness of bis daughter Jita Graft, who is
quite sick with tophoid Mblto. ' IW
to attend her daughter. , ,
All mrrahrn of the p. of h. E. and,
tho B. of L. F. aritt 13. ore urgently
requeitert to atfpcd a joint meeftno; to
be held at the Pirt Natienal bank hall
Wedtiadav afternoon at two o'clock. '
Bnsiness ot the jjreatest itnporlahca to
to both ordera will be conskkred, nd
syateti officers will be present. .
LetScluU2ibUpu a reftigerator at
Mr, and MVa. Henry Lehr and two
daughters:. f WeMIet. arrived in the )
city SaturcUy evehiiiK to visit ; friends,
nero. ino ojcer h;jk i.err wui npa 1914i fot tne erection of a buiWing-aq-the
Junior NornrJ and ihe yonnger o , j0imng tha York faed st6re on LyeWkt
came Up to receive tnical treitnunt, etrept in this city. Plans end apeefflca
at U e C.r n iiomo'itl huspUa . Mr -tions tor same can be seen at mv Office
Lehr r -tm n. d honv y-snjay, but jn Nortj, fatto. The right is reserved
Mjn. Lt-hf will ruraln for spw-al toreiect s.nvor allbids.
X ffi w6ti&m K "mmm
tmK 1 l plQS greatty to M .of ;wkt $&&
ft'X ktions M$ ramy, of oar fcttC8bdae ka&$ a
& &m prices and &uw$$&m -. ,r ''
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Itcn's Cracars Rictwrfieu Caimoal Goods
Fre&h Berries and Vegetates
Van Cemp's BtOced Bens
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ROOMS 'l.m a, I.O.O.F. BUILDING,
M,jrA j A'n-s; PPRASKA.
Charles Llaton, of Wallace vicinity,
wns u business visitor yesterday.
Chns Baker, of Maxwell, arrived in
the city yesterdny morning to attend
Junior Normel this summer.
John Polos left yestorday morning for
Sidney nnd other points west to spend
a few days looking after business.
Moire Silks in all the now colors at
Wilcox Dopt. Store.
Professor Toole, of the Brady school,
was a businoPB visitor in the city yes
terday nnd spent some hero vlMtlng
Mrs. tJ Milder left last evening for
herhome in Omaha after a visit in this
city for two weeks with her slater Mrs.
II. G. Fleishman.
Wilson O. Tod'l. a student in Minnes
anta univarailv. m vlnltinn in ifce rltv
I with Charles Dixon. They were for
merly in school together.
Mrs. C. W. Xst who bat ban very
ill lor aocr"' tm- it rfpotti'd getting
ahflgmVeh. ih able to sit pp but
is st'll Vviy .i i' .
Fuinitute at, your own price it
Jim Clinton and Miner Hinam return A
home Sunday night from Hastings - h
a new Saxon car which Mr. CHntor vir
chased. Tbey drove up Sunday and "&
a very good trip, making the i . i -e
trip in thejear with no mishaps.
Harry P. Hansen Qled Saturday with
County Treasurer Dur bin as a candidate
for county oommwsioner from coramia-t
sinner's district No. 2 H w ill opnos
County Cotniaisbioner E. II. Springer
at the primary election.
Liconse to wed was issued Saturday
afternoc t from the office of the county
judge to Fred.C. Grave.i. 31. and Miss
Florence AKarbrr mbie, 26, buth of the
Brady Island vicinity. Mr. Graves .is a
voting farmer of tho Urady vicinity and
Btfew Abercrorabie has been teaching
school in 'this county for the past year.
ft vou want motecfon aiwm tct in fo-
I saxiace policy agaiasl loss by fire, Bgktai&g,
wntaaev cycione, wwworra wm sail wrinen
by Bralt & Godmaa. They are aoted fer
pck settfemenfs and a square deal Trylhera.
A. H. Grover, reprasenting the Rad
i io-Axitlve products Company of Den-
' 'rr,VPa '" W'0 yoiBulr njvrn-
! for tbe cure of rheumatism ana its
kindred diseases. He is stopping at
' S" htoStfSSSk on d S hew in
" the action of thlr product,
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I hby announce mycelf a candldata
'for the democratic nomin4tWin for the
bounty eommisslonei fope second
district, subject to ttrtf ckcislon of 'the
( voteraat ttve primary election, and mist
.reapectiuUy oliclt your support.
, J. D. KSLUHEa,
- ' ' Maxwell Precinct.
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gealed bid? will btf roeeivpd at hiy
0fljCo until lOo'elock a. m. June Iff,
Welch's Gra?e JiriQtj
Domull'e Potato Chlpt
Let Us Draw Up n Policy
to cover any possible firp lots to your
pioperty holdinjts.; The cost is very little
indeed when the importance of the pro
teption afforded is considered. The pre
miums ore so little, and the protection
in case of fire so great, that it isa mat
ter of wonder why any wise people own
intr property showip allow it to remain
uninsured. If this is your reproach
seo in" about a policy
That's what they all nay about tho prices at Schatz's Overstocked Sale, have you been in yet?
If not you are cheating yourseK, for we arc certainly putting out the goods regardless oS prices. Drop
in any day this week and will show you. We still have plenty of everything at practically your own
price. We also just received another shipment of New Pianos and are selling them at your own price
and terms to suit. Now is the time to buy that Refrigrator or Oil Stove.
Extra Special tawlr Wedneday ot our line ;'v
of Difetoers all sizes and fmiAhes.
Price $9.00 to $25.00
; Donr ieol youraeU by nt attnding;ur Sl&, sivt are abtDiutoly reducing -'ir stocd rbard
les of prices. Too mudi good and we need the money.
Rhifdy for fiorenjar of Wyoafag.
H. S. IWdgelyi, fornvwly of this city,
and DUt racbntly United States district
attorney of Wyoming, ha anabuncffd
himself as a candidate fr the republi
can nomination for governor of that
state gince locating in that state a
doxen years ago Mr. Rigely's rls9 In
legal and political circles bss been
meteoric, and be is regartled all otoar
Wyoming as on or th bsadprs of the.
state. Ho fs a tireless worker, a brainy
fellow and tt'gOod "mixer" tho class o?
men who make 4 success In iifu.
North Flatt Ladies Enter Contesl.
To raie .funds for tha erection of a
Nebraska building on tha PanauoPfl
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cific extx.sitton-grouru'.s, cWtrliutlon ,,Z":tZr'
of.11.00 will be taken from tha. ttaefi, ""r
nf the state. To mcuio these con Hi
butiona 3,000 ladies have been appointed
in the towns and precincts "i to J etate,
uwithrfoneaeceivlrifl tn mosf hienL-V-
o(iu uietiiiw;wi -! buv atmv,
will be riven a fico tup to the typr-t,
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tiftn, and to th6s rtnpns waft 0mt
prixjs wilt b awanlrd. This Hire has
been adyiaed that ih conteatanta it
this ,'iiu nr Mrs. P. H. Loneian Eilna
duliivan, Lera Scott, Jteannatte Wbite, t
Irne WUlbra and fearr irratiK.
Mtke Kit iniwateettt '', t
Th'North Platte steam iauwdrji ijn-r
stalky a flaw Prospijirty collfj; iwawtfr
in their pln&tbw wek, Tb' Wtyr
is ipetated enlVely by.ateani ana w a
big improvement to tho altendy1 bp-fe
de plant. ttnoHWcr ivep eontrucv
ted that tits snaplm of rt enttar is
don exitir-ly without ffiettoj This
makes tfc '""ilars wear uV8ch lortcef
anl iao etv-i more tie apac, -
t ''Tho DM nt f now opwated fttlijaiy by
steam and is one oi the uest eqmWf"
in tho state, 'lhe.v have a number of
rrifteliinp. that Dermit fast wovfc audi
iUiey cat. pet out laundry in one day. t
Tht' cauaity on tne plant ,is arraovnn
limitotl with tr new machinery SiKM.
Nearfv hundred tcachew have re)j.
Utured i: tha Juoiur Normal ftttd thd
reechei!.' institute for this- summer.
TheNdiraal inttuctois all arrived in
tho city Sntur.ln- nnd Sunday nnd the
regular v i.k "i on.d up yesterday
moininp " lite '-I '.t school buildini.
The nor it1 v it' t'onrlnu for eijrbl
weeks and there ar n number of ioter
estltiK features in connection with it in
the way of amusement.
Sje the new Roman stripe Girdles 6t
Wilcox Uept. store.
A larce number of people from thia
city attended the game Sunday at
Kearney between Karnoy and Nor
folk. Manager Cummings evidently
did not have liis bunch in the best of
working order us the score stood IB .to
8 In favor of Kearney, Tho feature of
the game was a home run by "Dutch"
Mil er, a Norfork man who played here
For Sale-Four second hand Ford
cars thai were taken in exchango for
new cars' Prices right. Come nnd see
thsm. Ilendy-Ogier Oarage.
The A. 0. U W. nnd tho D. of H.
held joint memorial fcerviefs Sunday
aftornoon. At the cumeteryi services
were held over the graves of tho mem
bers last to pass on. these beintr Mrs.
W. J. House and J. tt. McWilllams.
An address was delivered by Deputy
Grnnd Master Simmons, of Sewnrd.
Read Schatz'e ad in thia issue.
Rev C.B. Harman returned Saturday
evening from a trip of a week to Atch
ison, Kans. to n church convention nod
to Omaha w irhi attended the Lutheran
T "i ' , ' Vf ntion.
, nmcooiu wr on utwss.
rs. W. W. Birge and Mrs. L. W.
WtilkerwtU entertain rffcaOtiO paety t
thofravr t the houta ot the -former, in .
favur of Wra. Dmaid Gomiwill, ot
Mrs; j3aml. Gooc) will entrt ain a
number of ladies at a kenslmgton Fn-
day afternojn, compllrnentary
d..oghui. Mil. Jfreqi Elliott ui
to In r l
Thirty-tw. ladies were anter. amwJ
Ritttrdiy af to moon bv M.-Jm. s
Hare ati5 Mungar at the home t H!
otmer, wHh 500 as the enteii 'inirg
fes.ure. The BfEalr,Wt,oniplimntr'iy
t Mrs. It, B. Sloart,,of Sn Fyanci i o
1. . 8tllr fa id Miss Murray assUti?''.
.Ihn Indian card club was deliehtfu 1
ntartafrtd Friday afternoon, by Mi,M
, n , ian jrwennwr. n)ia amah nan-man
t. .L Uiuu.. - M I - Kf.tl ri ..4
w u tos tern. A pleasant afternoon
was reported aixi ct its close light ro
irnipajaiWP rr. mwmiihw
t . w:. i fjn,
wta Asioiaran in ir Mnrtti rm mv nu
Mrs, AB Hoagland :d Mra. Joseph
H iy, .
.- ,t.il..lli.i iU.. .
Large Clan is Confirmed Sunday
Th seating capacity of St Patr ic'.ts !
churcft was taxed to tne utmost on Mia
d. y af tcrfloorTwhen ike sacrameot of
roantevfttioowfts artroinslfcwd to a rials
oi siXtothttf;'by the Rt- - Jajc
DiTy Bbhoe ot lia Koaruuy . Dioewu,.
i iitj, Tiirji;o uifian miur-syr jnt
tion of the merrtbero of th eloBs.cn th'
v vtwl ni'tt n b.ttt, .iwgjtji ct4,f.r."W
tiifiBtmti ueewnfte, m wmen tney naa
ceif-fuHy irtstrUftrdbV thir teftchw,
." 3tiB lieasio ami Harft-1 Stoitii.
Fl tittiiW'DiHJCgan ami Lorua Morpli
an 1 paator P.ev. JPtik fi&jQald.
W.s ohv-iied irt- the Hi 'tow on tbj
l vn'uof n rgn-ui tiuhihHi, receci",
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tru nanjR ;ne re pemin it ref paipr.ei
s nk 'i in tnl,city. e rjncuaBU nia i
autiresijojr mifniv comimme'uuiir met
il pnstor oci tne prolwlmicv f tlw
el is actinff as snonsers fur ilia
v.i a Mttsrrs Frank i. Uoran'atd
J'huHarrud, promiiHnt members of
th Knights or Columbus vbile Mr.
U. McCabe and Mr J L. Murphy.
tv.o ol tiia nrwfrt f ntliful church work
er, spjiiio ed the girts
ihe ill hop wot agitfd In the sr
vices bv Rev. 'i'tley of 1,'Xlogtoii,
Re Mines "f () !,Mi RfV.
Sui'ivtui vi i-i.ii umt. una uev,
M Dvid of North PUtte.
P'or th's impressive ooc t . i the sane
tunry wu Dacutilied with eut flowers.
1 h special music rurmsitea iiunng
I benediction by tl'c choir was 'xcol'ent
An pppoelaJiy tn-aimttn sipMino solo
"O Soltttoria,'' wa rondcrc'd by Mus
Si die Trovillo with Violin Obligato by
Prof. E A. tiarlichs.
During this, his flist oiHcial visit to
Ni rth Plsitto the Hishop was given an
opportunity of meeting the members of
St. Patrick's Parish and was vory
favorably impressed with present coit
diiicnti, encouraging peoplo in their
good woiks arid winning the hearts of
thi childron and adults. The impres
sive nervices will be ling remembered
by all who witnessed tlinm
Coin cultivators, mower rake,
stackers and sweeps at Herahuy s,
& Locust street, opposite postofllce,
Miss Fern Hamilton of Columbus ar
rived In this city Thursday and stopped
ovt r for a snort visit witn trionus nero
She was unraute to her new home in
Portland, Ore. Miss Hamilton was for
merly a resident of tint city and n num
ber of her friends met hor at tho train
Six "Stranded Embroidery Floss in all
conn at ilcox Dept. Store
Special for Wednesday
will put Oil Specif SnV
line of Rockers all Li'.u'
Price 40c to
Thj Ephcopal CJnild wi.l be enter
tained Ihurodn) afttmooi.at tltpar'h
vr-hpa d t left Siturdav fvcnirg
for OgalalU and spoilt rtundty visitirK
Thomas Henley i m. nt 1 to Kx'am y
Vvith ttlriH'I ri pk n sun li' to t;ik' i
A. P. Kelley nnd n bunch jt rted for
Kearney Snnda m tuing in Mr
Kelly's en, bit they 'rid I'vral ac -di'nte
and wore unnbli' to pt thtri
Father Hmc. t'f tlgalalla. ,ih.uj n
thit city Sundnv V'"1'''! '' ' "!' t in
tL co;ifiimntion m .i"i m il ."rn Mn'i
(IV c sterri y tor n 'in v it fii-mK
wi I" !ok .ilt.'riiunf bu ir, ,mat. rs.
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