The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, December 18, 1914, Image 7
rorRl? ru JMryAM, OkolY 0-gr fatmk&FZX I WIwJ - "M mm v. .pirv 1 WISE .iAC rpe 2 ' "TVv" HER& y fM a our vjiristmas dinner Needs some of the following: Richalieu and Grand Canyon Canned Goods, Second to None. Fresh Vegetables, Plum Pudding, Welch's Grape Juice, Fancy Jams and Preserves, Candied Cherries, Sugar Coated Dates, Layer Raisins, Sweet Potatoes, Bulk Mince Meat. Dates and Figs, Marashino Cherries, Heinze's Pickles and Olives, complete line in hulk, Cranberries, Fancy Cheese, Ripe Olives. ggBsfggE1 jjffitj And of course the dinner will not be complete unless you have Chase & Sanborn's Tea or Coffee, used by three generations. We are going to Lierk-Sandall Company fo r our Christmas Tree & n IfflL JWK Jb. Oily Jkggc Our Christmas Trees and Holly an ill be finer this year than ever before. The demand for these promise to be exceptionally heavy. We would adise all out friends to send their orders early. There is nothing more aggravating than to be disappointed in trees. We have them for THE HOME, CHURCH AND SCHOOL. Our Candies and Nuts We have this year WOODWARD'S PURE SUGAR CANDIES. There is nothing better. Our NUTS are the best and freshest that are grown. Special prices to Schools and Churches. For Your Christmas Goodies our Supply is Unlimited. Our Goods are Quality -Quality Means Economy. Lierk-Sandall Company. Will Form Corporation The building committee of the Yeo men lodgo held a meeting Wednes day evening for tin purpoao of mak ing (Innl plans for tholr building pro ject which wartnaunched some time ngo. At the mooting It was decided to form a corporation and sell stock! .. ii .,i ....in..- .... !...' iui im iiiiiiuau ui imiiuiK ui inv building and solicitors aro now busy getting the necessary subscriptions. Tlic plan of the committee Is to sell two hundred shares of stoik at one hundred dollars por share. These altnres can be purchased at a low fig ure for the first payment and the bal ance can he paid In easy Installments. In this way the shares can be sold much easier. The stock bears six per cent Interest per annum and will make a good Investment. From all appoarances the building will bo a suro go. The commlttco now has an option on a very deslrnble lot and tho action of tho committee 1ms been endorsed by tho lodge. Such a project Is a credit to North I'latto as woll as to tho lodge. What is Christinas Without a New Suit and Overcoat? .lack l'rost Is Hero! Hut you should worry when you can buy tho best warm winter cloth ing at nearly Vj price and somo for less than half at tho big Clearing Sale now going on at RLOCK'S. Lost card case, with cards and two $5.00 bills. Return to this olllce and receive reward. About slxty-flvo attended the Yeo men kcnslngton and luncheon which were given Wednesday afternoon and qvening at tho homo of Mrs. W. J. TUey 10S west Third street. A very pleasant afternoon was enjoyed by tho ladles and in tho evening tho men came to help dnjoy tho ten cent lunch con which wns served by tho ladles. T. J. Ualdock Is reported quite ill at his homo on south Locust street He is suffering from appendicitis and Is In quite a critical condition. Xiiins Suggestions. A box of cigara from 50c and up Rrinr pipes In cases, $1.50 up. Meerschaum pipes In cases $2.00 up ' Phono orders will recolve tho same prompt attention as If you call in per son. Wo will dullver Christinas day II. A. D. SMOKE HOUSE 01-3 Phone Ulnck 172 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Paul Cobb of tho Maxwell vicinity, was transacting business and visiting friends in this city yesterday. Georgo Mudd of Hcrshey, was visit ing friends and transacting business in tho city Wednesday. Misses Georgia Hoxle and Edith llowland have nccepted positions in the Clinton Jewelry store during the holiday rush. Willi oncli Xnuis tree purchased at our store no v. Ill gho 1000 otes for our Panama Imposition trip. L!i:UK-SAMALL CO. J H. Edmisten wns able to bo on tho streets this week for tho first timo in two months. Ho had been confined to his homo with a severo ill ness and for two months was bed fast. Ho is fast regaining his strength and will bo recovered In a short time. Real buffalo steak and roast direct from "Pawneo Hill's" buffalo ranch at Pawnee, Oklahoma, can bo pur chased at Marti's meat morket. 95-2 Tho story hour for tho children will bo held Saturday afternoon nt two thirty in tho library building, conduc ted by Miss Mabel Duke. Tho hour will i.n i.. iin nntnro nt n Christmas narty and a number of Christmas stories will uo roiuiuu. Waldeman Chain Knives, and Fra ternal card cases in sterling, gold and gold lllled, SI. 50 to $0.00. ' Clinton, Tho Jeweler, Tho VIctrola Store. E. W. Crane, who has ben qulto HI for tho past several weeks, was able to bo on tho streets yesterday. He was qulto seriously ill for somo time and tho attondlng physician had many misgivings as to his chances for re overy Uo is gaining strength very rnpidh now Special for Saturdaj, December 19th. A 25e pipe free with each pound Jar of Tobacco. II. A. D Smoke House, opposite depot tl Jury Is Dismissed At tho close of the court session yesterday all the Jurors who were not Impanelled on the case of Beatjy vs. tho Union Pacific company were dismissed for this term. Tho case now in court is the last jury case for this term and as soon as it is finished the remainder of the jurymen will bo dismissed. Tho county commissioners expect to meet next week to draw a new Jury for the January term as it could not be drawn until tho present Jury was dismissed. Kiilcrtnininciit Scores IHg Success. The high school nudltorium was taxed to the limit last evening to ac commodate tho crowd who came to attend tho entertainment which wns given by tho girls' and boys' gleo clubs and tho telegraphy class. Tho entertainment wns a great success and tho crowd received tho boys and girls very enthusiastically. Hoth gleo clubs appeared to great advantage, end were encored timo and time nguin. Other Interesting fentures of tho en tertainment were "Mutt and Jell" in tho persons of Leo Tigho and Sydney McFarland; "Tom Thumb" in tho per son of Ralph Clabaugh, a telegraphy stunt and three short one-act farces. All provoked much mirth and wero well received. .Meetings Close This Kcu'iilng II. G. Knowlcs, pastor of the local Christian church, was visiting in the city with his family this week and an nounces that ho will close the meet ings at Sutherland, where he has been for the past live weeks, this evening He rqports very successful meetings but states that he will bo glad to get ba'ck home. Ho reports that at tho dedication services last Sunday over thirty-six hundred dollars were raised to pay off the debts of building tho now building. Ho will open up regular services liero next Sunday ! i I mm. Aw It' t A .k 3 dWw U - k 3 PfsriL m 'l v j 76vjS3W 3 m r 'iBSiiLsSRm. k ' immw 9 fr' ' I'll H H ' , l-ltll RttYIIH I Mr ' Iv if & I Urn U Hspccially when you can buy tin all wool suit or overcoat in llip new styles and patterns, gua-anteedhaiul tailor ed at L1. $15, $18 & $20 You find fabrics and I Yaffil tailoring in our clothing at those prices that s su perior to the average $22.50 and $25 Suits and Overcoats. coonover Co. Yours For Christmas Dressing. lif&aasssssHiEiEnau A Joyous Christmns is assured the child wliom Santa Claus favors sith aiglft selected from our stock nf bt- t'isycies, velocipedes, sleds, skates coaster wagons, express wagons, air rides, etc. North Platto Hardware & Furniture Co. Funniest novelty on earth, "KOM EKEL KUSS." Endless fun for 25 cents at C. M. Newton's. Carl WIckstrom, of tho Horshoy vi cinity was visiting In tho city Wednes day to nttend tho case in tho district court of the Alfalfa Mill Co. vb Worrell Miss Elllco Rodgers of this city is visiting this week with friends In Northport and vicinity. John Holcomb returned Wednesday evening to his ranch in tho Mnxwell vicinity after spending several days visiting friends nnd transacting busi ness in this city. Seo those $5.00 and $7.50 Silk Dress Patterns at Wilcox Department Store. Miss Anna Schworcr, who was form erly 'a nurso nt ho Physicians' & Sur geons' hospital, left tills week for Nep oneo, Neb., where sho will make her home In tho future. Miss Schworer's parents live there. Ueautiful California Rose Reads make an Ideal Xinns gift. $1 to $3.50 Mrs. H. A. Cram will deliver tlio ser mon Sunday at the MethodlBt church at th morning services. Mrs. Cram spoke there last year and gnvo a very nice address and all who have heard her will welcome tho opportunity to hear her again. Monday evening, December 28th, is tho dato act for tho Joint recital by Misses Florenco McKay nnd Irma Huffman. Roth young ladles ar talented In their respective lines, Miss Huffman ns a reader and Miss McKay as a pianist. Tho recital will bo. given nt the Presbyterian church. Attend Dixon's Christmas sale, It means dollars to you. Dr. O. H. Cressler returned home last evening from Omnha, Where ho attended tho Masonic gatlioriiiK. While there ho had conform! upon him tho degree of High Priest. Ho reports a lino meeting and a good attendance. Mrs. J. G. Reeler Jeft yesterday for Lincoln, whero sho will visit for some time with her parents and her daugh ter, Miss Myrtle, who Is attending the ftato un'verslty For Rent Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Inquire 122 east Sixth. W. W Yates, conductor running out of here sustained a painful Injury yes torday when ho struck his knee with a coal pick, puncturing the patella He was dragging a chain out of the tank box with tho pick and It slipped strik ing him on the knee. He will bo laid up for a week or ten days with the i i Jury I'. J. DIDNFJt & CO. Ileal llNtntu nnd Insurance Corao and seo us for town lots in different parts of tho city. Good In vestments on easy torms. Houses for salo and rent. Wo havo also good bar gains In farms and ranches. Cor. Front and Dowoy fits., upstairs G'aMRl&E'iE05)!liFISn!ICTIDMjfi QI lolTolkl Pr:'BIKIfllsi;ia!l I, . .wwHr.mi.mijmzm-w?K:vyfi r . .-" . . - i mtmmi .- o ,m , v f 'A-j - - '. 't. fc K I !. ... .u A ' 1 ' " 1 .1 . ' ' l( , - ; , 4 . 4 ;.. . Jt. J ' I , t. TUU H , U.He LE.K ' WI LL?Kb K y N JJ: it "."i' - v -'' i." i 4L - - AN OltlMNANCi: o. :s. I'nn iding for the uppropriation of I'rhnle I'ropertj for Hie use of the Cllj of North I'lalle, Neltruskii, for a si reel It) purchase or condemn)) Hon: Providing for the appolnl inent of three disinterested freehold ers of (he CD) of Norlli I'lalle lo assess Hie damages and time ami place of meeting of said assessors: I'rotldlug for Hie pajnienl of said damages mid pnnlding for the tiling of a plat of the properl) appropri ated. HE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and City Council of the City of North Platte, Nebraska SECTION 1 That tho City of North Platte, hereby purchase, condemn and appropriate the following described privnto property for the use of a street within said city to-wlt: A portion of tho County Clerk's Sub division of fructlonnl Lot 2 of Section 113, Township 14. North of Range 30, west of tho Oth 1'. M. and tho unplat ted portion of tho South Half of tho Northeast quarter of Section 32, Township 14, North of Range 30, West of tho Cth P. M. lying north of tho main lino of tho Union Pacific Railroad nec essary for tho opening of tho exten sion of Oth Street to the width of 80 feet. Tho particular tracts of land to bo proportioned nnd used for snld street being moro particularly des cribed as follows, to-wlt: 1. Heglnnlng at tho SE corner of Lot J, running thenco N 10 degrees E along the east line of said lot J 41 fett thence N 80 degrees W parallel I YOUR MONEY Sold by Rush Mercantile Co , North hSe Also by E. & W. Coker, Sutherland; Gansoti & Ganrjqn Hershey; Jens Sommers, Maxwell: Jno. Fredriclison, Brady will) the South line of Lot J 320.45 feet, to the west line of said Lot J, them c south on the west lino of Lot , .,,117 fed to the SV corner of Lot J, tli'tice S. 80 degreei E. .513.3 feet on the South line of sa'd lot J to tl c place of beginning, containing 30 acres. 2 lleginning at the NE corner of Lot D, running thenco N. 80 degrees W. along tho north line of Lot D 135 feet to the NV corner of said Lot D, thence in the same direction along tho ' north line of lot E 7G fet; together I 211 feet, thenco S. 10 degrees W. 39' feet, thenco S. 80 degrees E. parallel with the north lino of sld lots D and E 7(1 nnd 135 feet together 211 feet, to tho place of beginning, con talnlng 19 acres. 3. Heglnnlng nt tho NW corner of Lot E, running thenco S 80 degrees E. along tho north lino of Lot E 102.3 feet, thenceS. 10 degrees W. 39 feet, with tho north lino of said lot E. 05.5 feet to tho west lino of Lot E, thenco north on tho West lino of Lot E 39.G feet to tho place of beginning, con taining 09 acres SECTION 2 That O E Elder and Vltor VonGoct, Sr and F W Dor- mlnghauKcn being three disinterested freeholders of the City of North Platte, be and nre herby named assessors and will meet at the ofllco of tho City Clerk at 10 o'clock in tho lorenoon of the 20th day of January, 1915, for tho purpose of apportioning and as sessing tho damages according to law SECTION 3. That tho wholo amount of damages and oxpenso Incur red In the creation of said street shall bo assessed and levied upon the real property fronting upon tho snmo and other property nearby that may bo benefited thereby, in proportion ac cording to benefits. SECTION 4. That within sixty , days after the condemnation of the above (tcHCrlticil nrlvntn nrnnnrtv im accurato plat of clear description shall bo filed In the ollico of tho county Clerk of Lincoln County, Nebraska. SECTION C. This ordlnnnco shnll tuko effect and bo In forco from and after Its passage, approval and pub lication according to law. Passed this 15th day of December, 1914. E. II. EVANS, C F TEMPLE. Mayor. (Seal) City Clerk.