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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1914)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., OCTOBER 2, 1914.
CITY ANJ) COUJfTY NEWS
Miss Alma Waltcmath returned
Wednesday night from a two weeks'
visit in Omaha and Lincoln.
Seo our extra special values in
trimmed hats at $4.00 Saturday, Oc
tober 3. Wilcox Department Store.
Twenty or more, ladies of this city
will go to Maxwell on the noon train
tomorrow and spend the afternoon as
the guests of Miss Alice Plumer.
Christian Science servico Sunday 11
a. m. Subject "Unreality." Sunday
school 12 m. Wednesday evening meet
ing S o'clock. Dullding & Loan build
ing, room 25.
A big barn dance will be held this
evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Weinberg, residing eight miles in the
country. A number from this city are
planning to attend.
Word has been received hero an
nouncing the birth of a boy to Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Churchill at Louisville. Ky.,
on September 28th. Mr. Churchill was
hero for some time and had charge of
the now terminal.
"Nearly Married" was presented to
.a big audience at the cKlth last even
ing. Tho play starts out a little drear
ily, but increases as it progresses, and
during tho second and third acts it is
a profuse fun producer.
The agricultural short course will
be held in Hershey for three days next
week, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day, October 7, 8, and 9. They are ex
pecting a large number of exhibits of
both stock and agricultural products
and arc offering some nice prizes.
B. S. Gummere's right wrist was
broken Sunday night when ho at
tempted to crank a motor with the
spark too far advanced. It is needless
to stato that he now looks with favor
upon the crankless starter. This is
the second accident with the same mo
tor. Sutherland Free Lance.
Tho rainfall last month was but
seventeen one-hundredth of an inch,
the dryest September we have had
since 1894. The month was about two
degrees warmer dally than the aver
age September, tho average maximum
reaching 79.G degrees.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Mahagan, who
have been in the city for the past two
months, left yesterday for their home
in Sedalia, Mo. Mr. Mahagan has had
charge of the painting of the federal
liullding and tho work was finished up
tho first of the week. Ho will come
back later when the inspector conies
to approve tho work.
Au -k" .. " Hk.
Saturday will be your last chance towin the $10 double ticket
with Every $1.00 Purchase.
Seo our extra special vnlucs in
trimmed hats at $4.00 Saturday, Oc
tober 3. Wilcox Department Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. O. Trcxler re
turned this morning from a two weeks'
visit with friends in Mssourl and Iowa.
Bishop Duffy, of Kearney, spent the
night in tho city with Father McDald.
Tho two men left this morning for Og
alalia to look after somo church mat
ters. Mesdames S. R. Derryberry, II. N.
Getty and Fred Rector will entertain
two days next week. On Tuesday af
ternoon they will entertain at konslng
ton and on Wednesdny afternoon they
will glvo a party.
Wonted Girl to do general house
work. Call or phono Mrs. N. McCabe,
820 west Fifth street. 71tf
Mrs. Fred Garlow is expected to ar
rive Monday for n visit with North
Platte friends. Mrs. Garlow hns closed
her house in Omaha and will spend
the winter in Cody. Mr. Garlow is on
the road with the Colonel Cody moving
Superintendent Tout made a trip
yesterday afternoon to the Baker
school four miles west of this city.
This school is a part of the city school
system and Is under tho jurisdiction
of tho board of education of North
Platto. Superintendent Tout found an
enrollment of 24 pupils divided into
five grades as follows: First, second,
third, sixth and eighth. The building
was newly painted during the past
summer, both insido and out. Miss
Alice Fitzpatrlck, oldest daughter of
J. W. Fitzpatrlck of this city, is the
teacher and she has things well in
hand. Tho people of this part of the
district are enthusiastic about their
school and with the largo enrollment
this year they feel that things nro
favorable for a successful term.
The' ladies of the Christian church
have decided to servo dinners every
Monday from 11:30 to 1:30 p. m. for
the benefit of the commercial men and
women of the city and their friends.
In as much as Monday is generally the
house-wife's most busy day, tho ladles
feel that with tho suuport of the busi
ness people, a splepdid dinner can be
served each week for 30c. Tho first
dinner will bo served Monday, October
5th. You are urged to try this dinner.
HAY MEX AND OTHERS
If needing heay cam as to cocr
your liny, grain, etc., sec .T. E. KIsley,
C21, enst Seventh street, city.
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Saturday we will
Free a $1.50 Hat or
chaser of every $10
$2 hat with every
A $3 hat with every suit at $22.50
A 50c hat or cap with every boys' suit at Q:
$3.00 or $3.50.
75c hat or cap with
$4, $4,50 or $5.00.
$1 hat or cap with every boys' suit at $,
$6.UU to $8.UU.
YOUR CLOTHES FRIEND.
Two ArresH Jludo In Wallace Robbery
Sheriff A. J. Salisbury and County
Attorney Geo. N. Glbbs returned
Wednesday evening from Wallace with
two men whom they nrrestcd there un
der suspicion of being Implicated In
tho robbery of tho Wallace elevator
Saturday night. Tho two men nro
Anton Halup and Jcsso Phillips and
they appeared before tho county court
yesterday and entered pleas of not
guilty and were released upon ap
pearance bonds of $500 each.
Tho two men aro fanners living
south of Wallace and evidence would
tend to show that they were in tho
villnge In a big wagon on tho night
tho robbery was committed until a late
hour and that thoy were much under
tho influonco of liquor. Twenty sacks
af flour were stolen between tho hours
of ten and twelve o'clock Saturday
night. Entrance was gained by tear
ing open a screen and breakng n win
dow, which would constitute breaking
and entering which is a penitentiary
Tho sheriff wns called over there
Sunday but was so busy hero with a
number of cases that ho was not able
to make a thorough search. He and
Attorney Gibbs went over and insti
tuted a searcli which resulted in their
gathering some rather conclusive evi
dence. The two men arrested insist
that they aro innocent, but they will
be brought to trial in tho county court
In a short time and will be given op
porunity to prove their Innocence.
Sale on South Rend Malleable
Ranges Commences Jlondaj, OCT ",
nnd continues until OCTOKEK 11th.
Now is the time to get tho Best Range
on Earth and $12 worth of Aluminum
ware free with eacli Range during
DERRYBERRY & FORBES.
Word was received here yesterday
morning announcing that Herman
Kosbau, a prominent farmer
of the Hershey vicinity, had- suf
fered considerable loss by fire. His big
barn was burned to tho ground and
he lost several sets of harness and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Llttlefield, of
Newark, N. J., arrived in the city this
morning for a visit with Mrs. Llttle
fleld'a cousin, Thomas Healy and fam
ily. Mr. Littlefleld is nn alderman in
Newark and they were out to Milwau
kee where he attended tho municipal
conference and came on here for a
visit. This is their first visit into this
part of the country.
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give absolutely :h
Cap to the pur
or $12.50 suit ;.J
suit at $15, $18 .;
every boys' suit at ,j
Just Received Another Shipment of new
Fall Suits, Coats and Dresses
Dresses for the Little Tots in Worsteds and Wash Materials
50 CENTS AND UP-
ALL ALTERATIONS FREE of CHARGE
II Almoin u
The City's Only
Willis Heir to $28,000
Mrs. W. A. Kruegor, of this city, wns
advised this week that she had been
left u legacy amounting to $28,000
by an uncle, Con Krucgcr, of St. Louis.
She had not heard from her undo for
tho past sovoral years and tho news of
her being remembered In the will was
a pleasant surprise.
Mr. and Mrs. Kreugcr have been lo
cated here for tho past two years and
Mr Krueger has had charge of con
struction work for the Union Pacific
coiunnny. They have a nlco homo fit
ted up in cars In which they travell
nrounu. They arc Known iw iiiuny in
this city who will bo pleased to hear
of Mrs Kreuger's good fortune.
Empress, Big Feature
What is known a? a big featuro is
billed tor the Empress tonight, "Tho
World, tho Flesh and tho Devil,"
in six parts, six thousand feet of film.
Tills is one of tho Empress big fea
tures which will bo shown every week,
Fridaj. Tho feature for tonight conies
highly recommended, coming direct
tiom Denver, where it was shown In
tho Isis theatre for four days straight.
Tho management guarantees' every
feature put on tho screen, if not as ad
ertlsed your money refunded. These
leatures aro billfcd only for one night
on account olt ho high royalty on the
hume In connection with this big G
reel featuro for tonight's program a
good comedy will bo shown, making
seven reels in all. A program worth
Weather forecast for North Platte
mill vicinity Fair tonight and Satur
day, continued warm. Freeh soutlier
1 winds Highest tempernturo yes
iTda 82, a year ago 77; lowest Inst
night 54, a year ago 42.
Sickening headaches, Indigestion,
constipation, indicate unhealthy con
dition of the bowels. Hollister's
llocky Mountain Tea makes tho baw-
Is work nnturnlly and restores your
system to perfect health and strength.
Hegln tonight. Schiller & Co
I'hone 8 I'honu 101
C- W- CRONEN
North Platto Nebraska.
Res Phone Hod 400.
City Stye and Class to MylWork
W. E. MONROE
313 E. 8th St. North PUtte, Neb
rPhe daily express shipments we have been
receiving the past few days enable us
now to meet all your requirements in Fall
and Winter Apparel. At no time this
season have we presented such a great
assortment to choose from as we are now
showing. Striking new styles which are
correct in every detail, and the values
absolutely the very best obtainable in the
city- Ladies' Suits $12.50 to $40.00.
Nowhere will you find a better
selection of New Fall 'Coats than
here. Scores of new arrivals the
last few days at $6.50 to $45.
Smart Dresses in the newest fash
ionable basque models. $5 to $30.
Exclusive Ladies's Ready
Cur Turns Out on Slnplclon Howl.
John nnd David Brooks barely es
caped serious accident Tuesday even
ing nbout five miles northonst of tho
city when tho car In which they were
returning from Stupleton turned over
int ho sand. The car turnefl'cdmplete
ly over nnd landed on tho whoels
Tho young men wore returning
from Staploton nnd darkness caught
them before they got homo. They
wero coming down a hill and had
stopped In tho middle of tho hill. They
were Just getting up speed again when
they struck sand and the car skidded
and turned over. Doth young men
wero thrown ' under tho car and it
rolled over them nnd landed upright
about twenty-five feet away.
Luckily neither man wns hurt other
thnn a few bruises. John Hrooks wns
driving and ho had ono leg wrenched
a little. Tho car was very llttlo the
worse for the accident and they wero
ablo to return homo in it.
Tho Itoyal Neighbor social club met
at tho homo of Mrs. John .Tnhnnnn ImhI
Tuesday afternoon. An hour was spent
in select music and a guessing contest
Mrs. isvorctt York won tho prize. A
nlco luncheon was served Every
ono expressed themselves as having,
spent a pleasant afternoon.
Hay Dorram underwent an opera
tion yesterday nt tho 1' k S. hospital.
Dr Wurtole performed tho operntion
nnd the young man is reported get
ting along nicely
The Best Blends on the Market.
MOCHA AND JAVA 40c.
BANKERS' CHOICE 35c.
GARDEN CITY 25c.
T. J. Baldock & Son,
The Best in Staple and Fancy Groceries.
BASEMENT THE HUB. PHONE 90.
I -s A AWY
I tfs. 1 1 V 1
in all colors
to Wear Shop.
Will Hatfield Married.
..Will Hatfield, a former North Platto
boy, was married at Thormopolls,
Wyo., Inst Saturday evening to Miss
Cora Hctt, a young lady of that place.
Tho ceremony was performed, la tho
Episcopal church In tho pros'enco "of a
number of invited guests. For tho
present they will resldo in Caspar,
Mr. Hatflold lining employed nl a
brakeman on tho Northwestern road
out of that place. '
UiiIIIkiui and Norrls Shifted.
Word was received hero this week
by M. Keith Neville from Will Norris
at Lincoln announcing that5 Captain
Vic Ilalllgan, ho plnyed a star tackle
for the university eleven last' year,
had been shifted from tnckle to half
back for a try-out nnd thnt ho will
probably play that position In tho
first game. Norris has been shifted
from end to tackle, which ppaUion lip
played hero in high school, ami has
been working In that positionnll tlilp
week nnd will probably play there
in tho gamo.
Henry Hnthlin left yesterday morn
ing lor his home In Evanston, Wyo
aftor a visit of a fow days in tho cify
with his sister Mrs. Fred J. Wurtele.
Ho wns returning from Omuhn whoro
ho wont lnst week with a shipment
of sheep from his ranch and ho
stopped ofT hero for a short vteft.
Mr. Hnthlin Is a big ranchman 1n
I Dr. Drock, Dentist, will bo out "of
his ofllco until Octobor 5th. 7Q-4
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