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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1914)
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gjlHp in endless profusion will be found at the vllSlP
flip CLINTON VICTROLA STORE
SUHSE HltOWX MEMORIAL
I00S West Fourth Street",
NORTH l'LATTK, XKKKASKA.
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Hand Painted Monogram Salts and Peppers 75c
Salts and Peppers 75c $5.00
Loaf Sugar Holders $1.00 to $2.00
Perfume Bottles $1.00 to $5.00
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Brass Smoking Stands .
Brass and copper smoking sets 75c to $3
ley Hot Bottles and Lunch Sets $1.50 to 6.00
Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons from 50c to $2
Party Boxes $3.50 to 6.00
Casseroles from , 50c to $5.00
Cameo Uvalliers $3.50 to $25.00
Bracelet Watches $1.50 to $25.00
Coffee Percolator value $14.00 selling at $10.00
Coffee Percolator value 10.00 selling at 6.50
Coffee Percolator value 8.50 selling at 5.50
Chafing Dishes value $8.50, sale price $6.00
Chafing Dishes value 6.00, sale price 4.50
Chafing Dishes value 5.00, sale price 3.50
50c to $3.00
Bargains in CutGJass at the Clinton Store
6 Tumblers at S1.0Q
Cruets and Qil Bottles 40c to $2.00
Nappies , 50c to $6.00
Cut Class Berry Bowls $1 .00 to $5.00
Cut Class Jam Jars . . . . 75c to $3.50
Sugars and Creams fom $ .00 to $6.50
This hospital has been opened for
the one purpose of being a help to the
sick oml suffering of North Platte und
tin surrounding country in the trcnt
mrnt of Medical, Surgical and Confine
ment cases, and for the-good and well
being of those who desire, In' their
euro, Homopathy In Its entirety rather
man n part.
For we believe that this treatment
s sHenUflc, br.se.d on tin scientific
law Slmllla Similibu-i Curontur"
(namely a like remedy will cure n like
disease) also that it is one of the best
(If not the best)) with its attendant
aid, Orlflcial Surgery, In the cure of
acute and chronic diseases. For when
all other measures have failed if it is
the will of the Almighty that the pa
tient recover nothing will cure more
quickly, easily, pleasantly or com
pletely. We expect this organization in the
city to bo lasting and a monument to
the undying fame of Hahnemann and
his law, and to this end the hearty
co-operation of tho General Public is
solicited in its support.
North Platte was in great need of
a general hospital and we are pleased
to find that such a place has been pro
vided in the establishing of "Tho Good
We of the Nurse Brown Hospital do
not expect these institutions to be an
tagonistic, but we trust that the sep
aration is for the good and .each is
something that North Platte can well
afford to encourage and maintain.
JOHN S. TWINEM. M. D.
Ladies' genuine Seal Shopping Bags at
Missing Link Cuff Links one-half price.
make ideal Xmas gifts , TI . , r T. .. , .
oj j qq 4-7; q? lie Racks, Brass Book Holders, Collar Bags, Leather
Novelties at Creatly Reduced Prices.
Clinton, the Jeweler
Forchy l'asst-s on Plans.
Richard Forchy, superintendent of
construction for tho government ser
vice, visited In the city Tuesday even
ing for tho purpose of Inspecting the
federal building to ascertain if tho
proposed enlargement of tho basement
could be done without danger of im
pairing tho foundations. He made a
thorough examination of tho building
and informed Postmnster Davis that
he would return a favorable repoit
advising the department of the desira
bility and feasibility of the proposed
Mr. Forchy stated while hero that
he had examined many federal build
ings but that tho one here was kept
In tho best condition and the neatest
of any he had yet seen. He paid high
compliment to the men in charge.
While here ho also called on the low
bidder for tho proposed improvement
and went over the plans of doing the
work. He proposed an excellant plan
which he and Mr. Davi had worked
out for removing the dirt from the
basement. This is the major part of
the contract as tho basement will
not bo finished up only to the extent
that it can be used as a store room.
Joe Larson hns Leg Amputated.
Word was received hero Wednesday
I'.v the Elks' club and at District Fore
man MtGraw's office announcing that
Joo Larson underwent an operation
Wednesday morning at tho Methodist
hospital In Omaha and had his leg
amputated. Tho leg has been bother
ing him for some tlmo and lie re
cently underwent an operation on tho
knee. Tuborcolosls of tho bono then
set In which necessifated tho amputa
tion. Mr. Larson's leg was amputated
above the knee and he will bo confined
to tho hospital for some time. 'Dr.
Jonas performed the operation. The
operation was necosary to saving his
life and ho is reported to have come
out of it In good condition nlthough
ho was very weak.
He Is also suffering with trouble
with his eyes. His many friends hero
egret to learn of his misfortune.
Obituary h'lbririgc JMirlcy Owens.
Elbrldgo Durley Owens who was
just taken from us by death at tho age
of fifty-seven years -ono month and
four days, was born at Bluffton, Ind.,
November 9th, 1857, and died at
Cozad, Nebraska, December 13th, 1014.
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Owens, his par
ents, two of his brothers and two sis
ters had gone on before to tho other
Ono brother L. P. Owens of Suther
land, Neb., and ono sister still sur
Ho came to Hastings, Neb., in the
spring of 1878, and to Cozad in tho
fall of 1879. On Dec. 29th, 1887, he
was united in marriage with Mrs. May
U. Jackson. To this union were born
seven children, two sons and five
daughters, all of whom are living. He
was admitted to tho bar in 1892.
In 1S98 tho Thirtieth senatorial
district of this state choso him sena
tor. In 1900 he was re-elected sena
tor. In 1903 he was appointed receiver
of the U. S. land office, at North Platte,
Nebraska, which position he filled for
four years. In 1907 ho moved with his
family to Delta, Colorado, in the hope
of gaining better health. After resid
ing there for one year ho returned
with his family to Cozad and followed
the occupatiou of farming until the
time of his death. In his going our
school hoard has lost a faithful mem
ber and our community a helpful and
For twenty-five years he was a
faithful member of the Cozad lodge of
Odd Fellows and for the same length
of time has been a free Mason in
good standing. As a Knight Templar
he was connected with the comman
dery at North Platte.
The Knights and tho Masonic order
of Cozad officiated at his funeral
which was held Tuesday at Cozad.
You can buy a bracelet watch cheap
er at Dixon's Christmas sale than elsewhere.
Parician Ivory shoe liorns, brushes,
mirrows, combs, files, button hooks,
trays, vanity cases, Jewel cases, buf
fers, everything for the dressing table.
35 cents to $25.00.
Clinton Tho Jeweler,
The Victrola Store.
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k 8ta,to Hank.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Henry Waltomath has been confined
to tho hoiiEO for sovor il days by an at
tack of rhoumatlum.
Ico cutting at Laramie has common
cod and tho flrnt shipments aro ex
poctcd.to reach hero tomorrow. Thrco
of tho houses at this terminal will bo
filled with tho Laramie Ice.
Ico on tho Union Pacific lake east
of town Is roported ton niches thick
and when two more inches aro added
tho harvest will begin. Should tho
cold weather contlnuo It Is probable
tho harvest will begin the early part
of next week.
California Rose Deads at Dixon's
Suit was filed this week In the
county court by It. F. Owens against
Anker Hoe for tho sum of $271.0S, al
leged to bo duo on a proiulKssory noto
executed April 19, 1909. Plaintiff al
lcgoB that tho noto was executed a
Sutherland, Neb., and that It is so
cured by chattel mortgages. IIo asks
for tho principal with lntorcsts and
costs of tho court proceedings.
Sterling Silver Iluttor Spreaders
ono-half dozon for $5.00. Sterling SU
vor Individual Salts In enso for J5.00.
Clinton, Tho Jowolor,
Tho Victrola Store
W. T. Prltchard, governmental vet
erinarian who has been in Indiana
and Michigan for Hovernl weeks usslst
lug In stamping out tho foot and
mouth dlseaso among cattlo, la ex
pected liomo toramorrow.
MrB. W. II. McDonald has boen con
fined to tho house for a week with an
attack of plourlsy. Sho Is, however,
P. C. Itasmussen, of Council Bluffs,
arrived in tho city Wednesday to vis
it for a few dayB with friends. IIo for
merly lived in this city and Is well
acquainted hero. Ho was accompan
ied by his frlond Mr. Blnck.
Smoking sets, Collarettes, Chlflor
obs, book cases, foot stools, for "him";
dressing tnble, music cabinets, dress
ers, etc., for "her"; let us help you
make a selection. North Platto Hard
ware & Furniture Co.
Calvin II. TUlotson, 32, and Miss
Louisa B. Travor, 21, both of Suther
land, woro married yesterday morning
by County Judgo Grant at tho court
house. Tho groom Is a farmer In
that vicinity nnd they will mako the i:
homo on a farm
Quality counts In holiday goods.
Huy your toj'H at Wilcox Depart
Miss I rum 'Huffman will return
homo tomorrow from Chicago to spend
tho Christmas vacation with her par
ents Mr and Mrs. G. S. Huffman nnd
other relatives and friends. Miss Huff
man Is attending tho Ann Morgan
schoul of expression and voice culture
in Chicago. Sho will appuar hero in
recital with Miss Florence " McKny,
Willi each Xmas Ireo purchased at
our More no will ghu 1000 totes for
our Panama Imposition trip.
Tho hoard of county commissioners
mot Tuesday for tho purposo of call
ing a now Jury for tho January torm
but upon Instructions from Judge
Grimes the Jury was not called. Tho
Judgo instructed them that u new
Jury could not bo called until tho old
ono was discharged. Tho now Jury
will bo called as soon ns poosslblo so
that tho January term of court vlll
not bo delayed moro than can bo
Sterling Silver Pencils, COc to $1.00.
Solid Silver Child's sets two and throo
pieces. 2.50 to $4.50.
Clinton, Tho Jowolor,
The Victrola Store.
Dr. K. W. Fetter, of Brady, was vis
iting In tills city Wednesday, return
ing homo In tho evening.
Coino in! The picking Is Just fine at
BLOCK'S Clearing Sale.
Tho most appreciated Xmas Gift
County Surveyor It. L. Cochran ar
rived In tho city yesterday from
Hrady where ho had been visiting for
tho past week.
See Huffman's Window
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Brock leavo
soon for Falrbury where t'hoy will
visit through the holidays with Mrs.
Brock's parents and other relatives
I will leavo town and offer for salo
a horse, buggy and my household
goods. Bessie Hansen, 71G east Sixth
Btreet. Phono 800.
Given Away, Absolutely
Mrs. C J. McNnrmara and son
Charles leavo tomorrow for Oninha
to spend tho holidays with Mrs. Me
Namara's parents. They expect to
visit tlioro for a month.
Sterling Silver Toilet Sets $10 to
$25. Military seta nnd nianlcuro sets
S3.50 to 1S.
Clinton Tho Jeweler,
Tho Victrola Store.
ilionias Haggerty left last evening
for Denvor whero ho will spend two
weeks during tho holidays visiting hts
parents nnd other relatives and
A Beautiful Oil Painting
MIbs Gertrudo Rcbhnuscn returned
homo today from Hastings for the
Christinas holidays with her parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Rcbhnuscn and fam
ily. She Is attending tho Immnculntc
Conception academy at Hastings.
Skirts, Ktmonns, Bath Robes, Un
derwear, Sweaters, Waists, Petticoats,
Hoso and Bags of nil kinds now on
salo at lowor prices than ovor of
fered at any salo you evor attended.
Don't Delay Christmas
Will Soon Be Here.
Our Store contains hundreds of new ideas forv the
Gifts from the most inexpensive to the most elaborate
and you are sure to find exactly what you wan tin the way
of something absolutely new for your friends and relatives
at a price that you will bo pleased to pay.
Hundreds of beautiful and inexpensive gifts are
shown in our extensive collections of all useful and dainty
gifts. Prepare for Xmas. Make your selections while
there is still goodly assortments to choose from.
E.T. Tramp & Son.
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