The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, November 24, 1914, Image 1
M $o6 $? & .r r jfl- X TWENTY-NINTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE,, NEB., NOVEMBER 24, 1914. No. 88 J! y te (! IW Wr,4 C7r 8 V LOCAL AND PEBSOJTAL D. A. Russell left Sunday for a vis It of a few clays with friends In Om aha. Miss Margaret Barker has return cd from a week's visit with friends In Denver. Mrs. Thos! Hcaley and son Darrcll were visitors In Omaha the latter part of last week. Tho W. M. Society of the Presby terian church will meet at tho manse next Friday afternoon. It. L. Graves, enrouto on a western trip, stopped over In town Saturday and Sunday to visit friends. Beautiful new silk crepe' waists In , all tho leading shades; regular Values up to $4,60. Special this week only ?2.48. BLOCK'S Rev. C. B. Harman left yesterday morning for Lewelen and Oshkosh where ho will spend a few days on church matters. He will hold meet lugs at both those places. Walter Haythorno, the well known young ranchman' of Arthur county, spent.yesterday in town and last night was Initiated into the Elks, as was also merchant Harry I. Block. For Rent After December 1st, the 14-room house on Sixth street east of tho Lloyd opera house. Good eel-, lar, bath, electric lights, city water. Inqulro of Mrs. R. D. Thomson, 514 , west Fifth street. 88tf Mrs. Maggie Drake Is taking the aerum treatment for rheumatism at tho homo of Mrs. P. E. Hayes of 803 north Dewey street. The case Is un der tho charge of Dr. J. B. Redfleld and Mrs, A. C. Ferguson as nurse. Tho board of directors of the Cham ber of Commerce will hold a meeting at tho library building Wednesday ev ening, November 25th. There is some Important business to come beforo the board and all members are urged to -bo present. Tho Baptist ladles will not hold their annual supper as advertised, but will hold a "Gift to Gift" sale in con nection with their annual bazaar of aprons and fancy work, on Monday, December 22, Tuesday, December 23, and Wednesday, December 24, at Howe & Maloney's store. Tho ladles of the Christian church will hold an exchange at tho North Platto Hardware- and Furniture Co.'s . store on Wednesday. They will sell at this time home made mince meat, plum puddings and fr.ult cakes, besides many other good things for your Thanksgiving dinner. They will also have on displays nice line of aprons, fancy work and other things suitable for gifts. FUJI sali:. The modern 10 room home JO 1 nest Jlh St., lit cost, on ey terms. See HHATT A: GOODMAN. Flour $1.40 Per Sack. "Straight gratis, made from hard wheajmilled at Ilershey Five Sacks or more $1.35 per sack. Potatoes, Five Bushel lots, SSc. Early Ohios. This car is extra fine, well matured and good . cooking potatoes. Red Onions 90 Cents. Supply going fast. Get what you need. EsaasEsaraaiKH APPLE S hhwhhn Winesap per barrel 33.75 Gano per barrel S3. 50 Ben Davis per barrel $3.25 Baled Hay 3S Cents. . 5 Bale Lots $1.50 l Shelled Corn 6Sc per Bushel. R. N. Phone 67 OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH The First National Bank - jXORTII P&A.TTJS, K1313RA.SKA.. Member Federal Reserve Bank System. CAPIWrv AA'D SUlil'LUSt One Hundred and Fifty Thousand' Dollars. STABILITY, EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE HAVE 11KE' THE I'ACTOKS IX THE GROWTH OF THIS BANK, AXD THE SAME CAREFUL ATTEXTIOX IS GIYEX TO SMALL ACCOUXTS AS IS GIYEX TO LARGE BALANCES. INTEREST PAID Llconso to Wed was issued Saturday from tho office of tho county Judge tj Emmet Dalgarn, 22, and Miss Gabrl ollo Jnnesofsky, 22, ,both of tho Wal laco vicinity. Dressed .turkeys for Thanksgiving nro Belling nt twenfty-tvo cents a pound. The Bupply 13 ample to meet all demands. Last Saturday tho North Platto Produce Co. purch'wod ICO head which a Dawson county farmer had raised. Chas. G. Hall, for many years an engineer of this city, Is In town to day visiting friends while enrouto to his home in Santa Ann, Cal. He is returning from Norwnlk, Ohio, to which placo ho accompanied the re mains of his wife, who died last week. Found On tho streets Saturday a muff. Owner can have Bamo by prov ing "property and paying for this no tice, n Miss Jnnet McDonald a student nt Vassar, writes her father Mint nho will attend tho Corncll-Penim lvania foot ball gamo at Philadelphia on. Thanksgiving Day. Evidently tho young lady still retains tho foot ball spirit with which she was Imbued while a high school student Wo wish to express our slncero thanks to our friends und neighbors for tho kindly acts extended to us dur ing tho illness and at the funeral of tho late William Landgraf, and to tho ICnlghts of Columbus, tho Elks, and tho Fire Department for" tho beau tiful floral tributes. Mrs. Win. Landgraf and Children. Tho Senior Class of the high school to tho number of thirty-one wero en tertained Saturday evening by Misses Edith Patcrson and Alleen Gantt at tho Pattfrson home. Tho evening was devoted to games of different kinds nihlthe hours passed quickly and pleasantly. Refreshments wero served at tho close of tho games. Just recolved! 100 now children's dresses, latest styles, all sizes, val ues up to $0.00, special this week 98c, $1.9S, $2.48, and $2.9S. Come in and see them at BLOCK'S. Traveling Engineer II. N. Getty of this city was visiting in Omaha over Sunday. While there ho visited Claude Dolaney who recently under went an operation for appendicitis at St. Joseph's hospital. Ho reports Mr. Delaney getting along nicely and that he will be out this week. He may bo able to return homo tho latter part of. tho week. He also visited Joe Lar son at the Methodist hospital and stntes that he Is getting along as well as could bo oxpected. It will be prob ably six weeks or moro before ho will be able to get out of tho hospital and he will then be on crutches for some time. Wanted To Buy Second hand low wheel, wide tire wagon. Phono A-75. tl LAMB, North Locust St . or - ON TIME DEPOSITS. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS I A girl was born Saturday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Masters, residing on west Twelfth street. For Rent Three room house In 300 ( block on oast Third. Phone black 110. Cyril Doncgnn, a student at tho stato university, will bo homo to spend Thanksgiving with his ptircn-,3. - Dr. Lucas reports tho advent of a girl last Friday at the homo of Mr, and Mrs. M. E. Throm, enst Seventh street. Tho llttlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruco Eshelmnn was operated upon yesterday at tho Brown Memorial hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. Lowls Peterson re turned homo yesterdny from a lsit with relatives and friends ln Choj enno. ( Father Patrick McDaid left yester day morning for Pnxton to spend a few days looking after somo church matters. Mrs. P. J. Norton and children have returned homo from-- Omaha where they visited for some time with rela tives and friends. Save $5.00 to $15.00 on your Thanks giving Coat or suit by attending tho Big Coat and Suit ulo at BLOCK'S. Tho musical department of the Twentieth Century club will meet Fri day afternoon with Mrs. Danlol Burko, uuz west I'ittli street. City Engineer C. J. McNamara loft this morning for thj Sutherland vi cinity to snend a short time looking after &omc engineering work. Mr. ,und Mrs. Harry Murrin are moving this week Into their now bungnlow which has Just been com pleted on west Fourth street. Miss linnnali Kellncr Is expected home today from Omaha where she has been visiting for tho past few weeks with friends and relatUcs Tho Christian Science society will hold a Thanksgiving sorvlco in their rooms In Mutual Building & Loan building Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. For Rent Five room house ntr 303 west Seventh street. Iuqire J. H. Fonda. 88t2 Byers W. Fink of tho North Platte Hardware and Furniture Company left last evening for Oklahoma City where he will spend some time on business. W. C. Reynolds returned home yes terday from Illinois where he was called by Illness pf a relative. Mrs. Reynolds met him at "Omaha atnl ac companied him home. .- Weather forecast for North Platte and vicinity: Fair tonight and Wed nesday, moderate temperature. Hlglr qst temperature yesterduy i!4, a year ago 60; lowest lust night 23, a year ago 17. M. L. .McDermott leaves tomorrow for Grand Island where lie will spend Thanksgiving with his daughter. From there ho will go to Dea Moines, Iowa, where he will spend two or three weeks with relatives and friends. Miss Leta Atkinson returned the lat ter part of last week fromKearnoy, where sho attends normal school, to spend tho holidays with her aunt, Mrs. Fred Pettett, and other relatives and friends. Jtou Brooks Ghcs Fine Talk About seventy-five men worp out last evening to tho banquet which was linlil nt Mm J n f V linll 1 Min mnrv'o b,rotherhod of the Methodist church 'packing leaves a dead airspace which church. This was their annual ban-,'8 ? ?f tho host protections against quet and Itov. Brooks of Hastings was1 frost' u nrouml tho moter and pipes the guest of honor nnd gave a lino aml allows meter Jo bo read without rniv nn i,rnMinri..wi Wnru much trouble. Motors will only bo The supper was served by about 5-e-ad onco during tho winter and If twenty ladies of tho church. It was n packcd as scribed meter rcador can man-made supper and was pronounced rom"Y? uml replace Bamo in as good ono of tho finest ever served in this condition na It was at first. Where city. Chef W. A. Skinner, who from SB or leaves aro shoved down bo now on will undoubtedly be famous ' tweon nlncs " sldo of, U1 orwhoro for his wonderful minco pie, prepared , mcdtcrfs ar? wrapped up i In several lay IhQ entire meal and those who partook crfl.of s,af H "J0 "1 1,abl to. ),eco of It pronounce it a peer to any that et "nd touching the side of tho tile could bo prepared by woman I f,rec2Q aml cari7 tho ost directly to Supt Wilson Tout, president or tliei1'10 mcter or, plpe,f- Do "i put ma" organization, was master of. coremon- nure around mcWore, This is es ies and after the sumptuous supper oclalljr-bnd if it becomes wet as the ho introduced tho speaker of tho ev-' n,nics "ml acld attack 1 10 registering enlng who entertained tho men for i jueclan 8m th mctcr corrlllnB over a half hour with an interesting u S,0 badl,y as to r,ll,n fe .. , , discourse on brotherhood work. His Property owners' attention is also remarks were intersiterbid witl,!cal,cd to section 3 of the water ordl nnn,,n.i. J.,, , r. ,i,i,. n,n iwico. Under Its provisions If water more interesting and ho held the at- mr linn rki Mfi ,n,i irnm inn ninn nn took the floor until his talk was fin ished. FOlt A GILT EDGE INVESTMENT Nothing bents u policy in The Mu tual Itesene Life Insurance Co. of New York. ImcsUguto and sec linn dhlilends help to (my premiums'. See KltATT A; GOODMAN. District Agonfs. Vtf "si VJWOfT6hr -r-A ;iM Jskj,:-.. '&WL3 "UkZ JM iiwiwnmiiiin .rtemple; REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE " ROOMS IMea, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. MUMIMBW Ilemird Is Xow $:100. I. E. Connott of Edgar arrived In tho city yesterdny to assist in tho search of his brother's body which Is pre sumably burled somo whore near Blrdwood. Ho states that tho reward for the (hiding of tho body fs ilow ?300, his fnthor having offered a hundred nnd ho offering an additional hundred. Ho went out yosterday af ternoon with Sheriff J. A. Salisbury and n party to Benrch for tho body. Elks' Memorial Senlees on Dec. (II li. On Sunday afternoon, December Cth, the B. P. O. Elks will hold their annual semorlnl sorvlcc3 In honor of all departed Elks. A committco with Dr. H. E. Mitchell as chairman, Is in charge of tho program and they arc preparing an elaborate program for tho occasion. Thero will bo speaking and musical selections. Tho music will bo furnished by the B. P. O. E.'s inalo quartetto and by nn orchestra and several of tho members. rresh Laurels, for Hnlllgnii In tho Iowa-Nobruska foot ball gamo played at Iowa City Saturday, Vic Halllgan again proved tho bright star on tho gridiron nnd vlrVunlly won tho gamo by making thrco plnco kicks that notlcl nftio points tho score for tho game resulting Iowa sovon, Nebraska sxtcen. Tho con tost added now laurels to Vic Halll gan, and certainly today ho Is tho greatest foot ballplayer In tho west. Vic was expected" homo for Thanks giving but wo undorBtnnd ho will de fer hlsvfioming until tlio Christinas vacation. " Tho second and third boIiw iuno tlons given by Mesdames N. McCnbe, . J. Stuart, John Murphy and O.' S. Clinton last week constituted a Ken sington Friday afternoon nnd a card party Saturday afternoon. Fifty-two ladles wero present Friday and enjoyed vocal selections by Mrs. Cramer, Mrs. Schiller and Miss Trovillo, readings uy Miss waltemath and a piano solo by Claronco McCnbe. Saturday after noon tho entertaining feature wns 500, twelve table being placed. Chrysan themums and autumn leaves wero used In 'the decorations, Enjoynbla ro freshments wero served both after noons. Furs! Furs I Largest assortment of Furs In west ern Nebraska, now on sale at BLOCK'S. Sets $2.98 to $75.00. 1 Notice to Water Consumers. Vll parties having motors set in 1110" or boxes outside tho Iioubq Bhould sco that they aro properly packed against freezing. This applies to those renting meters as well as those owning meters. Section G of tho water ordinnnco holds the property owner renting meters responsible for dam ages to tho meter by freezing or by hot water. Tho method of packing mo tel's recommended by tho water de partment Is as follows: Have "a wood en cover made a trlllo smaller thnn tho Inside of tho tllo or box (to allow for expansion in case tho cover gets damp). Stand four pieces of 2x4 or other boards up In the tllo for cover to rest on. Mako these pieces of 2x4 long enough to hold cover up about two Inches above top of me ter. Set tho cover on top of the 2x4's. Then pack remaining spaco between wooden cover and top of tho tllo with leaves In sacks or other material and put on iron cover. This method of j " ' .2" ...-.- .. ..,, nu uiJuji uiu uiAua unuuim, tuu iiiuiiuiiy and service Is discontinued until bill is paid. There aro a number of de linquents this quarter and unless theso' bills aro paid soon sorvlco will bo discontinued and bills" will bo re ported to tho City Council to bo placed on tho tax list. IIEItSHEY S. WELCH, Water Commissioner, It is Good Advice for youiitf nnd old to take out Flro In surance, in fact no business mini Mould think of li'iiig without it in these modern dnjq. Insiirnnco Is Just as necessary ns enting or slcepl'ig. But it is vtlsu to ri'icrlmliiuto in the Company jou do 1 ashless with. Let mo talk Fire Insiiiniico with you mid show jou how to get the best nt (lie least xs(. I.O.O.F. BUILDING. Electric Toasters $1.75 Beginning December 1st this New Wcstinghousc $2.50 Upright Radiant Toaster will be on Sale. The first 25 Toasters sold will go for 1.75 the next 25 will go for 2.00, the next for 2.25 until the regular price of 2.50 is reached. , TAKE ONE HOME AND TRY IT. ' North Platte Electric Co. C. It. 3IOREY, Mnnngor. Coates Lumber & Coal Co., Successors to The C. F. Idlings Co. KLEAN KOAL No Long WAITS when ordered. No short WEIGHTS when delivered. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ELMER COATES, Manager. PHONE 7 THE PALACfe CAFE'S Thanksgiving Day Dinner 11 A. M. to 2 P.M. Consomme aux Trois Racines Sliced Tomato ', Celery"" Fried FillSrLake Trout Maitre D Hotel f Fried' Spring Chicken. a la Dumas Fillet of Beef a la Printaniere' N Roast Young Turkey . Fresh Cranberry Sauce Potato a la Marie Pois in Cream "Thanksgiving Plum Pudding Brandy Sauce Vanilla Ice Cream and Fancy Cake - Mince Cranberry Pumpkin Pie Tea X Coffee Milk Price 35-Cents FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING DINNER V WV& XJ'f. The turkey will taste better the plum pudding will have a finer flavor the finishing touch will be "put upon the meal if you serve CHASE & SAMOA'S "SEAL BRAND1" COFFEE Used By THREE Generations Lierk-Sandall Co., Agents. 14g '