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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1914)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEI3., NOVEMBER 27, 19M.
CITY ASfl) COUNTY NEWS
Special salo tit Wilcox Department
Storo closes Saturday night.
Tlio Et-A-Virp club will bo enter
home of Mrs. J. A.
llr. E. W. Fetter of Brady spent yes
terday lu this city visiting friends and
taking in the football game
Saturday is tlio last day of the spe
cial salo at "Wilcox Department Store.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wright of.Gerlng
spent yesterday In th city the guests
of Judge and Mrs. II. M. Grimes.
Miss Dea Hardin, of llig Springs,
stopped off in tho city Wednesday ev
ening for a visit with friends.
Tho district court docket will be
called this afternoon at 2; 30 from
tho ofllco of tho clerk of tho district
Weather forecast for North Platte
and vicinity: Fair tonight and Satur
day; warmer. ' Highest tempcraturo
yesterday G9, a year ago 57; lowest
last night 23, a year ago 21.
Seo thoso new stamped linens and
art goods for Christmas at Wilcox De
Mrs. Merle Bartholomew arrived in
the city Wednesday evening to visit
for a week with her mother, Mrs.
Thornburg and other relatives and
Charles Van Fatton and Grover Van
Nordheim left this morning for their
homes In Hastings after visiting In
tho city for several days at the E. N.
Ogier home. They camo up to at
tend the football game and spend
In tho last Issuo of our paper we
printed that Mrs. Maggie Drake was
taking treatment for rheumatism at
tho P .E. Haynes home. The item
was telephoned in and tho reporter
got tho name wrong. It should havo
been Mrs. Maggie Gregg.
Don't worry and tire yourself out
trying to make your Christmas
presents this year, but wait and buy
them at tho bazaar to be given "by
tho Methodist aid society at the Ma
sonic hall on December 17th. Sup
per will bff served nlso. Keep in mind
dato and place.
A number of the high school stud
ents held a dancing party last evening
at tho Masonic hall honorary to the
York high school football boys. A
largo crowd was In attendance and
a pleasant' evening was enjoyed. Mu
sic was furnished by Cjowe's orchestra.
Tho small son of Mr. and Mrs.
Altchcy is roportcd qulto sick with
For Rent 5 room house with bath
and lights, 40G cast Fourth street.
Phono black S33.
Iko New, of Omaha, visited in tho
city over Thanksgiving at tho home of
L. P. Jcnson.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Guffey, of Sutherland,
wero In tho city yesterday to attend
tho football game.
Ray Straley, a banker from Suther
land, spent yesterday n tho city to
witness tho football game.
Miss Nora Jeffcrs left yesterday
morning for Shelton to visit friends
until Sunday evening.
T. S. Cover and son Ivn, formerly
of this city, but of lato living in Idnho,
aro In town visiting friends.
Ladles Suits one-half price nt the
Wilcox Department Storo.
Fay Lloyd, of Keystone, arrived
in tho city yesterday for a visit with
his parents and friends.
Ira Ditto and Arthur Sullivan of
Brady wero in the city yesterday to
attend tho football game.
Tho B. P. O. Elks will hold a
dancing party at their home this ev
ening. Music will be furnished by
Mr. Richiger of Wellllcet, who un
derwent an operation at the Brown
Memorial hospital last week, was
able to return to his home today
Shoots at II tin Four Times
The Tryon Graphic dated yesterday
says: Fred Siegeling of the May
flower neighborhood was in the city
yesterday and swore to an information
charklng Mrs. Saloma Jones with
shooting at him with intent to kill.
Mr. Siegeling holds a note and mort
gage past duo, against Absolom A.
Lusk, father of Mrs. Jones, and was
at his placo to see if Mr. Lusk would
pay. They had some hot words and
Lusk dared Seigeling to get off his
horse. Mrs. Jones went into tho
house and got a revolver and ordered
Siegeling off tho placo and at the
samel time commenced shooting at
him. Fred says she llred at him four
or five times when he was leaving,
one bullet hitting the horse in the
right hip and inflicting a wound so
serious that ho could not ride him
and had to hire one of his neighbors
to bring him in. County Judge Stack
issued tho warrant and at the time
of gong to press the sheriif had gone
to serve it.
Suits and Overcoats $10 to
Our many new models in both suits and overcoats are worth
seeing whether you want to buy now or not. Fabrics that lend
themselves gracefully to the fine tailoring of the attractive models
have been carefully selected to make garments exceptionally full
of style and quality.
WE HAVE A STYLE FOR THE BUSINESS MAN
WE HAVE A STYLE FOR THE PROFFESSIONAL MAN
WE HAVE A STYLE FOR EVERY MAN
NO MATTER WHAT HIS REQUIREMENTS
aiAXIIATTAN and oVINDEX
Tho equal In stylo and fit of a custom
made shirt, but tho price a whole lot
lower for equal quality.
$1.00 to $.'.00
STETSONS and OTHERS
Late Fall models from tho foremost
hat makers in this country insures
you tho mbst reliable quality.
$2.00 !o $r.00
liCtfAll ml WISON 1JROS.
Well dressed men aro always particu
lar about their cravats. You'll find tho
best dressed men buy their cravats
flOc lo 1.50
Feel at Home
HARCOURT & JENSEN
NORTH PLATTES MODERN CLOTHING STORE,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Byron, of
Gothenbuig, wero visiters in tynvn
yesterday and attended tho foot ball
George Urown and James Pulllam of
llrady were in tho city yesterday to
take in tho York-North Platte football
Kcv. Fr. Carroll, formerly priest of
tho local Catholic parish, arrived from
Wisner the early part of the week
and remained over Thanksgiving.
Miss Myrtle Heeler and Mis3 Helen
Waltemath arrived homo from tho
state university Wednesday to spdul
Thanksgiving and tho week end with
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
at about half regular price
W ' 1!
Patent kid, cloth top, short, Patent kid, bilk brocade top,
stubby tip toe concave heel
ttent kid, serge top,
"French last," plain toe
These shoes are of the finest quality all genuine
"Goodyear'1 welts and are "Union Made"
The price is not $5.00 or $4.00 hut
I have your size
I fit all feet.
Ralph Graham of Omaha arrived In
tho city yestorday morning io spend
Thnnksglvlng day with friends.
Scott Cowglll, a former Lincoln
county resident now residing In
Washington, is visiting friends in this
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cpats
at Reduced Prices at IJLOCK'S.
Mrs. H. II. Shrincr, trained nurse,
whoi had been nursing F. C. Letts,
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lott3 to
Omaha this morning.
Conductor Fred Letts, who was
taken to tlio Methodist hospital at
Omaha UiIb morning, is suffering from
gall bladder trouble and ulcerations
of tho stomach. lie has sulfered in
tensely for two or tlireo days past.
Ruehanan & Patterson report sales
of real cstato tills month aggregating
$10,000. The Jinn sold $12,000 worth
of their own land south of Hershey,
ono tract to. Jake Koch, tho other to
Dr. T. J. Kerr leaves today for
Omaha whero ho will take Conductor
Fred Letts to tlio Methodist hospital
for consultation with Dr. Jonas. Con
ductor Letts has been ailing for some
time nnd his condition is now quite
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Slianer, re
siding ten miles south and a little east
of tho city wero favored Wednesday
evening with a welcome visit from the
stork who deposited a. ten pound boy,
for whom tlioy celebrated yesterday,
ifi being thankful.
Mrs. Thos. L. Green underwent a
serious operation Wednesday evening
at tho P. & S. hospital. Her condition
was quite sorious, but she is reported
getting along nicely now. Mrs. Green
was taken ill last Friday evening
nnd her condition gradually became
worst) until an operation was neces
sary. Tlio Celebrated Lightning Combined
Power Self-feed liny Press at Her
sIicn'n opposite post oflice. l'liona lo.
i ICx-sherlff Walter Sammons was
found guilty by n jury in tho federal
court in Omaha yesterday of robbing
I uiu iiuiiruuy jiusioiuuu 01 n $n,uuu run
istored packago last Christmas. Tlio
trial had been in progress for a week,
and tho jury was out four hours. Tlio
penalty of tho crime is $2,000, or Im
prisonment for not more than flvo
years. Dolberl Smith, implicated
with Summons, pleaded guilty to giv
ing tho postolllco koys to Sammons.
Tho $5,000 has not bo recovered. Sen
tence has not been pronounced.
Ki. Uohncr, of Gothenburg, llrst
baseman on last pcasoji's baseball
team, was visiting friends In tho city
yestorday. Ho camo up for tho foot
All tho up to dato light stations pos
sess fog signals for warning tlio milli
ner of the presence of rocks and other
dangers In foggy weather. The larger
ones are so powerful that their blasts
can be beard twenty-live to thirty
miles out at sea. Jliwt of them are
worked by compressed air, u gas en
glue of perhaps twenty or twenty-lb e
horsepower being brought into rcquHi
tlon for this purpose. The siren Is
blown periodically every seventy,
eighty or ninety seconds or so, the no
tuiil blnt lasting perhaps about two or
three seconds. It means that while
tlio siren Is running, In the case of the
larger appurtus. something like 500
horsepower Is being expended in the
production of sound. Scientific Amoii
Tho Orator Scored.
"Who Is there,'; cried tho Impassion
ed orator, "who will lift a voice against
tho truth of my statement?"
Just then a donkey on tho outskirts
of the crowd gave vent to one of the
piercing "hee-haws" of tho tribe.
Tho laugh was on tho orator for a
moment; but. assuming an air of tri
umph, lie lifted his yolco above the din
to say, "1 know nobody but an ass
would try it." London Globe.
Still in Search For Jlody.
Tlio body of Vernon Connctt, who
was murdered last August nccordlng
to tho testimony of Roy Roberta, 1ms
not yet been found nnd mnny aro out
each day In search for it. Although
yesterday wns a holiday ninny went
out on tlio search. A largo posso has
been out eacli day tills week scouring
tho Holds in tho llirdwood vicinity
whero tho body Is supposed to havo
Ono on tho Voice,
Lecturer Ladles and gentlemen, wo
shall consider tills opening the funda
mental principles of architecture. Tho
Etruscans- A Wandering Voice
How d'ye build a dog house? Lec
turer (solicitously) Aro you going to
"I wonder If tho Rnbbleys run nny
risk of ostracism If they go to that
"Oh, no; they've all been vaccinated."
.n Time Cnrd In lifted Sunday
Tho now Union Pacific for tho Grand
Island to North Platte district and all
along tho Union Pacific main lino
goes into effect Sunday, Novemboj
20th. Willi tho exception of taking
off passenger trains Nob. 11 nnd 14
tlioro aro only a Tow changes In tho
tinio of tho nrrival of trains. Folow
lng arc the changes that will go Into
ofi'dct Sunday: Fast bound: No. 4,
old tinio 10:40, now tlmo 10:45; No.
12, old tlmo 11:50, now time 11:30;
No. 201, old tlmo 0:00, new tlmq,
0:10; West bound: No. C, old tlmo 4:02
now tlmo 4:32; No. 9. old tlmo 8:00,
new time 8:112; No. 13," old tlmo 0-24,
now tlmo 7:10.
Tun (ioiid (hiiues
Th Pirates defeated tho Cubs In it
good bowling match Tuesday evening
by the seoie of 22S3 to 2002. Eacn
team had only four men and scored
tho fifth man as a straw, giving an
nverago score of 150. Monday evening
tho Outlaws and Federals climbed
with a scoro of 2383 to 2003 In favor
of tho Outlaws:
Following aro tho scores:
Eshclman 151 151 143 448
Tucker 145 123 125 393
Jones 157 108 150 41G
Scoonover 141) 124 113 38C
Straw .. .. ..150 150 150 450
"Lovo Is an emotion which may bo
felt but cannot bo adequately de
scribed," observed tlio sage.
"So Is seasickness," replied the fool.
"Ilnvo'you got dyspepsia?"
"Thou what's tho uso or Acting all
tho tlmo like you hurt?"-Louisville
BUILDING AND LOAN BUILDING
Hour in mind Hint Chamberlain's
tablets not only niovo tho bowols but
llinnrnvn tho nnnntltri nnil Klrciii'llirii
W. Landgraf .. ..132
Straw .. .. ..150
050 081 2092
Houses Rooms, Storage Space nnd
Safe llcposll lloxos.
. 1HIATT .V (JOODMAN.
COL. M. h. iMcDHJMIOTT
- L'O Years' Experience
Sleek k Farm Sales n Specialty
Phono Red l(i I
Resilience HI I west Third Street
SOUTH PLATTi:, MIURASKA.
Totals 703 733
Adams 182 105
Leonard 191 188
Carlton 138 114
A. Sandall .. ..150 150
1). Rankin 177 119
Totals 811 700 770 2383
Uullard 125 157 158 440
Shook 120 138 125 383
Armstrong 150 150 150 450
Stogmnn 143 15G 91 390
Samolson 133 171 120 430
tho digestion For sule by all dealers
Totals 071 772 050 2090
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