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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1914)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JUNE 12, 1914.
Our Big Change of Ownership Sale is still
in progress and we are giving you the BEST
GOODS MADE at a reduction that will sur
prise you. Fverything in Boy's Clothing AT '
COST AND LESS. The famous Steel Fibre '
Snits, made by ShcahanCohn & Co., of New I
York. ( I
Any Boys' Knee Pant Suit in the house,
including those with two pair of trousers, as
Weingand's $8.50 Boys'. Suits now going
at $5.75 i
Wemgand s $7.50 Boys Suits now going
Weingand's $6.00 Boy's Suits now going
Wpinnnnn'c StS flft Rnvc .9niic nnur rrnintr
"v"'faH""" yV.VV 4VJ WUIIJ MUM feVUJfi .
Wemgand s $4.00 Boys Suits now goiug
We are also selling Boys' Hats, Shoe,
Waists, Wash Suits and Neck Ties at a Big
HARCOURT & JENSON,
Successors to C. 0. Wcingand.
Furniture at your
own price at
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Leininger re
turned this week from an automobile
trip of sovor'al weeks through tho
eastern part of the ptate.
The Yeomen social which was to
have been held last evening on A. J.
Salisbury s lawn Has been postponed
until tomorrow evening on' account of
the inclement weather.
Let Schatz sell you a refrigerator at
Mrs. I. A. Gilbert and brother, P. W.
Rosencrantz who is visiting here from
Wyoming, left yesterday., for Cozad
where they will spend1 a short time
Visiting rolatives and friends.
Word was received here this morn
ing that Postmaster . S. Davis of
this city has been elected second vice
president of the state postmaster's or
ganization at Lincoln. It was voted up
on to make Lincoln a permanent meet
Milan tagel shapes $3.7o values $1,
One day only Saturday. June 13.
The Hat Shop.
Mr. Elliott, deputy state superinten
dent of public instruction, spent Tues
day in town visiting the junior normali
ana was introduced to a number or our
people by Prof. Oscar Nealc Mr.
Elliott is a candidate for the republican!
nomination Tor state superintendent and
is,bighly "endorsed for that positidn by
many of the leading educators of the
Would-Be Hail Insurer
See how Bratt & Goodman settled the J.
W. Clemens hail loss. Promptness and satisfac
tion is their motto. Are you insured against
loss by hail?
"M. J. Forbes returned this morning
from n business trip to Omaha and
The Women's Missionary Society of
tho Methcdlst church will hold an ex
change Saturday, June 27th.
Mrs. Roy Eisenberger left yesterday
morning for her homo in Lodgcpole
after visiting in the city n few days
with Mrs. H. J. Handley.
25 Trimmed Hats, values from $2. SO
to ?5.00 will be placed on sale Saturday
June 13. Don't miss the biggest
millinery sale of the season.
The Hat Shop
Attorney Wesloy Wilcox is sojourn
ing at Excelsior Springs, Mo., having
left for that resort several duvs aero.
Mr. Wilcox has visited the springs
several times, and on each occasion has
Mrs. C. A. Rose and daughter Amy,
of Duluth, Minn., and Mrs. Thomus
Poterson of St. Paul, Minn., are visit
ing at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Gust
Anderson on West Gth St., for a week
on their way to Pacific coast.
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Don't fool yourself by not attending this money saving sale. It's still on in full blast and is going to
continue until we get our stock down to normal, regardless of price. We still have a complete line of any
thing in the furniture line, and prices speak for themselves, just give us a chance to show you. Rcfrigrator
and Oil Stove weather is certainly here and we have a complete line of both, the prices will startle
you. Remember we are overstocked and need the money, meaning our loss andyour gain
mower rakes, hay
Special for Saturday,
stackers and swoeps at Hershey's
& Locust street, opposite postoflice,
Chas Hurst was arrested yesterday
by Sheriff Salisbury on tho charge of
stealing a horso from Michael Gloason.
Earl Inman was arrested on the charge
the first of the week and ho was ar
raigned Tuesday and entered a pica of
guilty to having the horse in his pos
session. He stated, however, that he
got the horse from Hurst and that
Hurst was the guilty party. Hurst and
Inman will probably both bo given a
hearing today upon an amended com
plaint. For Rent Three room house on East
Third street, next to Parlor Milllinnry,
apply 516 East Fifth.
T. C Patterson returned yesterdayi
irom Uoiumbus where ho attended the
convention of building and loan assoc
iations of Nebraska. Mr. Patterson
wus honored by a re-election to the
presidency, of the association, a position
ha held last jear. He is looked upon
as onevp( lobeBt posted building and
loan association men in .the west, and
the North Platte association, of which
he is presideht. is regarded by all other J
associations as a mocej one in its
method of doing business and the
economy with which its business is con
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North Platte, June 10, 1914,
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To"' Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this day
received a full settlement from Bratt & Good
matt for J)ajl, ajiiage to my crop of oats in
sured by them, and I recommend this firm to
all my friends and neighbors for their prompt
ness in this adjustment. J. L Cle'mmens.
We have only a few Refrigerators left and we
are going to close them Jut Saturday, at Thirty
Three and One-Third off the regular price, just
think of such a cut in price and just when you
need a Refrigerator.
Special for Saturday.
We will also run a special for Saturday, on Dining
Room Tables, all kinds, finishes and sizes, 6, 8
and 10 feet, at 33 and 1-3 per cent off the regu
Special attention and prices given June brides, also terms if neccessary, why hesitate. Schatz will
furnish the home. Dpivt forget we are giving awaylduringfthis'iklea fylajestic, Range absolutely free.
A chance with each $1.00 purchases We will save you from $5 tov $20.00 'on, any ru in our stock. Let
us show you these. l '
A.teiVv'4 .-i ' wA
On account of the large volume of my business I
was forced to move into larger quarters. My pres
ent location is in the new Building and Loan Build
ing and now have one of the most pleasant and
unique shoe stores in the state
Ladies genuine Lawrence's white Nu
Buck Boots, low or high heels, values
up to 5.00- My price
,1 mmiiii Tiiiiiiiir
Do you want a Tan, Calf, Gun Metal, Ve
ourNCnlf, Vici Kid or Box Calf. I have
them in English lasts, Ili-toes. Foot-form
and straight lasts, Oxfords or Shoes, But
ton or Lace. My price
$2.45 and $2.95
Tango De Tangerine
This ultra fashionable; pump has taken
the east by storm. Found only in this shop
Flag Day Exercises.
The Elks Lodge, will observe Flap
Day in tho spacious Hlka.hallr Sunday,
June 14, 1914, at 2:30 p. m. All Elks
should make apecial effort to attend as
this is one of the commands of our
order. ThoG. A. R. and W. R. C,
school faculty and attendants at sum
mer school, as well oa the gonoral pub
lic, aro cordially invited.
A Rood program has been arranged.
A lurge flag will be presented to float
over tho high school building. Music
orations and readings of the very best
suitable for the occasion and in aflect
lonato honor of Old Glory. School chil
dren especially invited.
New Building and Loan Building
Special for Saturday, Monday and Tuesday.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS,
Values up to $1.50,
Come early and get yours.
Wilcox Department Store.
The Chautauqua board held a meeting
Wednesday morning to arrange the
final details for the Clmutnuqua which
convents next week. The tent has
already arrived and will bo set up soon.
me inuumuqua win us noiu on ino oiu
McCabe block on First streot between
Locust and Dewey streets, now on tho
Burlington right-of-way, The Chau
tauqua will open Tuesday evening with
u free entertainment. A children's
play festival will be held on that even
ing and all are invited to attend.
On Wednesday afternoon tho paid
Chautauqua will begin and a good pro
gram is arranged. Tho Chautauqua
board is still working on selling tickets
ns they havo not yet sold quite the re
quire u numuuroi season uckois.
TWO DOZEN TRIMMED HATS ON SALE
SATURDAY FOR $1.00 AT WILCOX DEPT.
The Olub Nevita was entertained by
Mrs. Chas. Lierk, Jr., nt her homo on
West Eighth street Wednesdoy nftor
noon. Miss Joder, of Alliance and
Mrs. Lesllo Baskins of this city wero
guests. In the two contests Mrs.
Payne and Mrs. Tucker won prizes and
Mrs. Samuelson and Mrs. Kockentro
ceived tho consolations. Rofresements
wore served at the close of the after
noon. Mrs. Snyder will ontertuin the
ladies in two woeks.
It is rhe PURITY of our ice Cream that
makes it not only delicious but nourish
ing, try it and Feel satisfted.
i Stone Drug Co,
L 0. T. M. NOTICE.
Every member is requested to at
tend the meeting Saturday afternoon
and to also meet at the hall Snnday af
ternoon at 2:30 and proceed to the com
otery to decorate the graves of depart
City and County News.
Miss White, instructor in the Wyom
ing university, is tho truest of Mrs.
vRay Cummings while enrouto east.
Ono dollar sale, one day onlv Satur
day, June 13. The Hat Shop.
Mr. arid Mrs. Phil Batch, of Laramie,
are the guests of Mr. arid Mrs. E. E.
Moody. Thay are enrouto on a Europeon
Clark Bowman, of flnliimhiiH. OViln
who has spent tho last month visiting
his undo, M. F' Hoslor and wife' left
this morning tor home.
Mrs. M.V. Mitchell is having a large
addition bullton her house on East Third
street. An upstairs is being built on
and a hot air heating plant is being
installed. Contractor Clyde MoMichnol
is doing the work.
Miss Arta Kocken, a toachor of
Sheridan, Wyo., arrived Monday for a
visit with her parents. She will go to
Laramie Sunday whoro she will be em
ployed as Instructor in a summer normal.
hJViiflbUl ilUftlDMU 1UI.UIVCU WUIU
yesterday that tho McCook commercial
nlnh mill vUlf Mat1fr-tr Tim. 09,1 n n
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booster trip through this section of the
country, They will como in autos one
huundred Btrong and will be accompanied
by a band.
Values from 2.50 up to $5.00. Our
sale Saturday, June 13. Ono dollar.
The Hat Shop.
The baseball game between th
Lutheran and tho Episcopal brother
hoods, which was to havo been played
yesterday afternoon, was postponod on
account of the rain. It will probably
be played some afternoon next week at
tr.e closo or the bnautauqua program.
New Potatoes 60 cents per peck.
Fresh Garden Truck of all kinds.
Hood River Tlrawberrics.
T. J. BALDOCK & SON,
Basement of the Hub. Phone 90
Fifty or more ladies wero enter
tained nt 500 Wednesaay afternoon by
Mrs. W. V. BIrgeandMrs. L. W.
Walkor at the home of tbo former.
Roses and other garden flowers wore
lavishly used for decorations; tho card
playing proved highly entertaining and
tho refreshments very enjoyable, these
contributing to a pleasant afternoon.
The function was complimentary to
Mrs. Donald Goodwill.
Arthur, the four-year-old son of Mr
and Mrs. A. B. Hoagland, was quite
severely burned yesterday nfternoon
when some Roman candles exploded in
bon fire, throwing the burning brands
over his body. He and his father were
burning some old rubbish that had ac
cumulated In the garage and in the
rubbish wero a number of Roman candles
that had been Jof tojr,jtlilr.t of
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