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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1914)
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Crowds of satisfied people" visit this store I every day to participate in the many bargains offered. Remember .this sale closes
Tuesday night, June 30th. Consult your own best interests, study well your needs, anticipate your future wants and grasp -this won
derful opportunity' that confronts you. Great reduction' on Suits, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Furnishings, etc. t
In many instances less than half price. ,
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An elegant $350 Upright Piano given absolutely free
to the individual, school, church or lodge, receiving the
highest number of votes at the conclusion of the sale
Tuesday night, June 30th. You must get busy for the
time is short every cent spent here counts a vote for1 your
Candidate. Talk it over and see what you need and come
in. Fifty votes with every 50c purchase 200 votes for
each dollar paid on account. Vote for your church, sweet
heart or mother-in-law.
The Piano Contest started with a rush Saturday morning ,and
the interest increases jevery dry. Opposite we print a list of the
List ot Contestants.
Dunn & Lorimer 10330
Washington School 6545
Sturges Bungalow . . . . 13600
Baptist Church 1440
Methodist Church. '. 1120
Lutheran Church 1240
L. O. 0. M1..' 2300
Christian Church 400
Royal Neighbors . . ; 1080
Hazel Barnett '...'. 585
School District No, 5..... 3220
Rex Bellew 275
Lincoln School 650
Ray Peters , ... 100
J. A. Markee 2400
Clyde Johnson 2275
Jefferson School 350
Catholic School. 500
School District No. 92 100
School District No. 83 390
School District No. 57.. . 100
School District No. 39 100
School District No. 3 245
School District No. 11 100
J. F. Fukuda 160
iE OF GOOD CLOTHES
North Platte Nebraska.
The Gift for the Bride u"
- sh&uld posess beauty and partical worth.
, Silver in Chests
Breakfast Services .Vases , t
Tea Sets Sandwich Plates
Serving Trays Flower Centers
Sugar and Cream Sets Chafing Dishes"
, Water Sets Percolators x
Prjces "perfectly consistent with the ideas of' .
those inclined to thrift.
. JEWELER and OPTICIAN.
Miss Mary Carroll, who had been
visiting tit the J. L. Murphy home, re
turned to Wisncr yesterday morning.
A. W. Plumer returned yesterday
from Denver, whore he had been trans
acting business for a couple of weeks,
Albert Muldoon and Will Hendy will
go to Omaha tomorrow to drive homo a
btudebnker six cylinder car which Air.
Muldoon has purchased.
Willis Todd, of Omaha, president of
the North Platte electric company, ar
rived in the city Fridey for a short
visit hero on business. '
Will Ginn, a former resident of North
Platte, is seeking the republican nom
ination for f reasurer of Garden county.
Will has been living at Oshkosh for a
year or so.
Prank Marcott, a former telegraph
operator in this city and later station
agent at Oshkosh, is a candidate for
tho republican nomination for sheriff
of Garden county.
Joseph Mooney and family, of Den
ver, are visiting friends in the city this
week. They drove here from Denver
in a car. Mr, MOoney was formerly a
conductor 'out of this place.
Clyde Barnard, candidate for nomi
nation for secretary of stato on tho re
publlcian ticket, was in the city Fiiday
and Saturday getting acquainted with
tno people nere. -
L. P. Carpenter arrived homo Satur
day from a trip of several weeks
through tho west and north. lie went
from here to the Black Hills and he
spont several weeks traveling through
Arthur, the four-ycnr-oftl son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Hoagland, is "courted
recovering nicely fiotn his injuries by
an explosion last week. It was fenred
at first that ho had lost his sight in one
of his eyes, but after the shock was
over it was discovered that the eye was
not seriously hurt and it will bs alright
in the course of time.
W. H. C. Woodhurst, E. T. Tramp,
Richmond Birge, Henry Rebhausen, J.
U. Den and Martin Federhoof all re
turned Friday evening from Enders'
laktt where tned spent several days on
ti fishing trip and outing. They report
a fine catch and brought home several
fish and distributed them among their
friends. Mr. Federhoof is recommended
by tho others as holding tho champion
ship as an angler rts he caught more
than anyone else. They tell on Mr.
Tramp that he Is the champion water
During the electrical storm Saturday
evening the office building at the ex
perimental sub-station was struck by
lightning and the roof was quito badly
torn up No one was in the building
and nothing else at the farm was hurt.
As the active work in connection with
the City Playground will be commenced
thiB week the Committee in charge is
verv anxious to have the funds sub
scribed paid in as rapidly as possible.
Payments may be made to the Chair
man, Miss Annie C. Kramph, at tho
First National Bonk. y
Sentenced From One to Five Years
before Judge Grant and entered a plea
of not guilty and Hurst was released.
Hurst was arrested on Inman's testi
mony in the first hearing and Inman
confessed later that Hurst was not
implicated in tho crime in any' way.
The case was dismissed against Hurat
nnd he was discharged Saturday afternoon.
Go to Schatz's overstocked Bale this
Local and Personal
Mr. Hanks, of Lexington, spont Sun
day visiting friends in tho city, return
ing home yesterday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael McFadden, of
Paxton, arrived in tho city Sutunluy
evening for a visit over Sunday with
iho latter'B parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Drs. Quigley and Simns began yester
day moving their offices from the
room3 in tho First National bank build
ing Into their new quartors in tho
Building & Loan building.
Tho Yeomen Flag Day drill and en
tertainment will be put on thl even
ing at the Lloyd opera house, Tho pro
ceeds of tills will go toward sending
the drill team to Des Moines to the
drill contest. A good crowd is de
sired. Tne Yeomen Ice cream social which
was held Saturday evening on the lawn
at tho county jail was successful 'both
socially and financially A nice, crowd
attended and Ico cream, anj'flxin's"
was servecT untltwa Into hour. They
cleared about $35.
L A Lino left Saturday morning
forSutherlnhd to spend the duv tiuns
acting business. He announces that he
will move his jewelry stoio this week
into the new cigar s,oro on Dewov
street. His confectionary store will re
main where it now is on North Locust.
O. G. Smith of Kearney, was in this
city Friday advertising tho big Fourth
of July celebration which will be hold
at that placo. There will also be a
racing meet there, ho announces. It
will be held July 2nd. Srd and 4th nnd
some fust horses are scheduled to run.
Mrs. J. II. Donegan lof t Satuaduy for
Denver, culled there by the serious
Illness of n daughter who is confined in
one of tho hospitals at that place. Sho
received u toleram Saturday morning
announcing her daughter's Illness and
requesting her to come at once.
License to wed was issued Saturday
afternoon from the officb of the county
fudge to Guy Etherton and Miss Helen
Wesley, both of this city. They woro
married by Judge Grant at the court
houso, Tho groom is a carpenter in
city and they will muko their homo
A pleasant surprise party was given ,
Tuesday evening tojirs. James Snyder'
residing at 4( West Ninth street, tho
occaasinn being her birth nnniversurv.
Fiftj-two neighbors and friends were
present and the evening was delight
fully spent wilh games and other di
versions, aftor which dainty refresh
ments woro sorved.
"I should Bibble," Schat'z Sale
The caso of tho state of Nebraska vp.
Earl Inmau and Charles Hurst was
brought before tho county court Satur
day morning and both men entered
pleas of not guilty to the chargo of
stealing a horso from Micheal Gleascn.
Trial was set for June 19th and the
men were remunded to jail upon being
unable to furnish appearance bonds.
Mutual Building & Loan Association'
Assets May 1st. 1914, S613.998 75.
To supply the demand for approved
loans this association will issue a
limited amount of its paid up stock.
This stock pays six per cent interest
Interest paid semi-annually. No better
or safer invrstment can be found for
. Just Received Another Shipment of
You will know where the greatest values are in
distinctive Summer Drosses when you see our line o
Dresses which we have received this week, everyone is
of the very latest Mid-Summer Styles, in all the popular
colors of the season. Best values in the city at
Coo! Summer Waists
A big collection o fine
Summer Waists in the
very newest effects
One lot o Dainty House
Dresses all sizes worth up
to $2, this week
A few Spring Coats and Suits left to close at
less than One-Half Price.
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