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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1914)
SOCIETY AND CLUBS.
Mr. and Mrs. Horton Aliingcr will
spend Christmns with Mr. Mutigor's
parents In Omaha.
P. L. Koutsman of the Nebraska
Stato Journal staff, was visiting In
tho city Wednesday.
Arthur Tramp and Charles Hupfer
will arrive home tomorrow from Mid
land colllcge, Atchlnson, Ivan.
Tho picking Is Just fine at Hlock's
Miss Jnnet McDonald, a student at
Vas3ar college, Foughkeepsle, N. Y.,
will arrive home next week to spend
tho Christmas vacation.
Mrs. Marion Wright of Kearney,
arrived in tho city the first of tho
week and sho will spend tho winter
here In tho city with her son, W. A.
Sterling Silver, Platinum, Ivory
and Hrass Photo Frames 25c to $5.00.
Clinton The Jeweler,
The Victrola Store.
The Zenda dancing club announce
a Christmas dancing party which will
be given Friday evening at tho Ma
sonic hall. This club was started
only this winter and this is the third
dance they are giving.
The Monarch Malleable Iron I tan go,
(lie Slay Satisfactory Himge at Her
sliej's, opposite post ofilce. Phono 15.
Emery D. Martin, of Urady, was in
town Tuesday making final payment
on 114 acres of land which was for
merly part of the McPherson military
reservation and which ho purchased
five years ago.
Follow the crowd to BLOCK'S semi
annual Clearing Sale.
Christmas falling on Friday, tho
Friday issue of The Tribuno next
week will be Issued Thursday even
ing. All Items Intended for that is
sue should reach tho office not later
than Thursday noon.
For Rent 5 room house in good
condition, close in, 303 west Seventh.
J. II. Fonda. 92tf
Many social functions are being
planned for tho week between Christ
mas and New Years, especially by the
younger set, a half hundred or more
of whom will be homo from their
schools for tho Christmas vacation.
The case of the Alfalfa Mill Com
pany vs Worrell was tried Tuesday
afternoon in the district court and de
cision was given on the case Wednes
day In favor of tho plaintiff. The case
was for tho collection of insurance
5 room house 215 south Elm street.
7 room house 203 south Locust
street, after December 23rd.
94tf J. ('. IIOLLMAN, Agent.
Mrs. J. J. Halllgan nnd Mrs Chas.
Osgood wcro hostesses at tho Tues
day evening meeting of tho COO club at
tho homo of tho former. Eiglit tables
were placed for tho game, and the
participants spent n vory pleasant
Tho postolllco employes as well as
some of tho railway mail clerks who
lay over here and also some of the
rural deliverers will hold their annual
banquet next month. The affair prom
ises to bo "clnssy;" as was the ono
given a year ago.
For Rent After December 1st, tho
14-room house on Sixth street east
of tho Lloyd opera house. Good cel
lar, bath, electric lights, city water.
Inquire of Mrs. R. D. Thomson, 514
west Fifth street. SStf
Tho promoters of tho poultry and
pet stock show which will bo held
January 7th, Sth and 9th, aro about
as lively hustlers as you could gather.
If tho show is not a wonderfully suc
cessful ono it will not be through
lack of enthusiasm.
County Clork Yost, who attended
the convention of county commis
sioners and clerks at Fremont last
week, was selected as u member of
the resolution committee. Mr. Yost
never fails to bo recognized in all
conventions he attends and he at
tends quite a few.
Tho billiard tournament at the
Elks' home closed Tuesday with tho
Dave Day team eleven points ahead
of tho Harry Fleishman team. The
nearly one hundred who participated
in tho tournnuient will bo served to a
Dutch lunch at 10:30 tomorrow night,
tho expense to be borne by the Fleish
Old-timers in North Platte who In
tho early days enjoyed buffalo meat,
and may now have a hankering for It,
can have their wants supplied in a
few days. Fred Marti will receive a
consignment of bullalo meat from the
buffalo ranch of Major Lilly in Okla
homa. It will reach here in time for
tho Christmas trade.
Tho Plzer building now in course of
construction on Locust street will be
occupied on tho ground lloor by a
dry goods store and a grocery store:
Tho two will bo under separate man
agement but connected by a large
archway. Tho second lioor has been
leased by Mrs. Chas. Johnson who
will conduct a rooming house.
Brotherhood Klccls OfllcorH.
At tho meeting of tho Lutheran
brotherhood Tuesday evening tho of
cers for tho coming year were elec
ted and many plans were discussed
for the work of that body this wlntor.
About thirty men wero present and
they were delightfully entertained at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Llerk,
Jr.. who were assisted by Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Johnson. Talks were
Clvcn by Messrs. Tramp, Shilling and
Welngand and two new members
were t.kon into the brotherhood.
Tliry were Will Hendy and Peter C.
'rhe men diseased plans for th.
Lenten meetings nlch will be hold
cory Friday evon'ng during Lent
ar.d upon vote It was decided to have
talks on the bible by different mem
bers of the brotherhood. A com
mittee composed of J. E. Sebastian,
Fred Peterson nnd Harry York was
appointed to look after tho arrange
ments of theso meetings. Tho ques
tion of winter sports was also widely
discussed and the committee in
charge will report at the next meet
ing. The committees In charge of tho
distribution of tho benevolence en
velopes wero instructed to carry on
their work as rapidly as possible and
they will hold a Joint meeting on tho
afternoon of December 27th. Theso
committees comprise four men for
each ward who solicit for tho bonovo
lence offerings so that they will know
oxaotly how much money will bo
available for benevolent work.
Tho following officers were elected:
President Frank nretzcr ; vice-president.
Charles Llerk; secretary-treasurer.
Harry York. The retiring of
ficers aro Dr. O. II. Cressler, presi
dent; Frank Bretzer, vice-president;
and Louis Johnson, secretary-treasurer.
Ask Front Street Opened.
At a meeting of tho city council
Tuesdny ovening tho proposition
made to tho city by tho Union Pacific
company was taken up and qulto
The railroad company has offered
to deed to tho city certain land along
the tracks. Tho land they have of
fered comprises a strip fifty feet wide
on Front street from Locust street
east to Silbcr avenue, thirty-five feet
wldo from Locust street west to the
lco houses and thirty feet west to
Oram avenue. On Seventh street
they offer to deed a strip fifty feet
wide through the main part of the
After some discussion tho city
council voted that they would accept
tho deeds If tho railroad compan
would grant them a seventy-foot street
Instead of a fifty-foot street and tf
they would open Front street on the
west. Front now runs only to Grant
avenue and tho council hbUs that it
bo opened from there west to the
An ordinance ordering Ninth street
open between Pellovue addition and
tho original town waa read the third
time and put on Its final passage.
Some other business of minor impor
tance was also transacted.
SAVEtyORRY (D SAVEVORK
fcvgiLa juj.iiijjBriJJrrriJ'"''' 'y
fH4" fc. HTdi o?uHI
fjljjlijitt vkjt L J"l
What could he a hotter
ESgas Ghrisfmas gift to her than
an order for a gas stove, to
he connected as soon as
gas is turned into ihe
North Platte Electric Co.
C. It. MOUNT, 31 n linger.
FOK SALi: OH KXCHAXKK l'OK
A good seel ion of laud, all fenced,
well and windmill, some in cult ha
Hon.. See RKATT & (JOOD.IIAN.
Public Take .Notice.,
Having placed our business on a
strictly cash system we ask that all
parties knowing themselves to bo in
debted to us call and settle their ac
counts. Remember that all back ac
counts paid during the pony contest
will help some boy or girl toward
winning the valuable prize.
DICKEY'S SANITARY LAUNDRY,.
"Your Bosom Friend." Phone 77.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The First National Bank
Member Federal Reserve Bank System.
CA7-TAr, A.YD SUltI'LUS:
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
STABILITY, EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE
HAVK HKO Till FACTORS IX THE GROAVTIl OF THIS
HANK, AM) THK SAME CAItKFUL ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO
SMALL ACCOUNTS AS IS GIVEN TO LARGE KALANCES.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
People Suffering In Jlcl'horMin Co.
Mrs llattle Leusk, living near
Urighton in McPherson county, lias
written Governor Morehond giving
tho names of several families who aro
In needy circumstances becauuo of
crop failure and urges tho governor
to provide, In somo way, relief for
them. Mrs. Leusk contends that Ne
brnskans should look after their own
suffering and hungry before sending
food stuff to tho Relgians. There aro a
good many others who hold tho same
opinion . All over tho sand hill sec
tion of Nebraska tlic)re aro home
steaders who are In very dcstltuto
circumstnnces suffering from lnck of
food and fuel.
A quiet and pretty wedding was
solemnized Monday afternoon at four
o'clock at tho home of Herbert Wax
ham. 301 east Fifth street, when Miss
Hazel Huston and Mr. Earl C. Wax
ham, both of Pine llluffs, Wyo., wero
united In marriage. 1U;(. lUuiJ. A.
Cram, pastor of tho Methodist church
Tho groom Is a brother to Mr. Wax
ham of this city and an auctioneer at
Pino Uluffs. They visited In this city
for two days following tho wedding
and left Wednesday ovening for Col
orado points whero they will spend
their honeymoon. They will bo at
homo to their friends in Pine llluffs
after January 1st.
Tho bride was gowned In cream
mossallno with trimmings of shadow
lace and carried a beautiful boquet
of llowers. lloth young pcoplo are
acquainted hero having visited here
at dKferent times.
lly virtue of an order of sale Issued
from the District Court of Lincoln
County. Nebraska, upon a decreo of
foreclosure rendered In said Court
wheroln Ruben W. Rlsberg Is plain
tiff, and Albert F. Larson et al aro
defendants, and to mo directed, I will
on tho lSth day of January, 1015, at 2
o'clock, p. m.. nt tho east front door of
tho court houso In North Platto, Lin
coln County, Nebraska, sell at Public
Auction to tho highest bidder for casli
to satisfy said decree, Ind rest and
costs, tho following described prop
erty to-wlt :
Southeast quarter (SEV4) Section
Seven (7) Township Ten (10) North of
Range Thirty-two (32) Lincoln Coun
Dated North Platte, Nebraska, De
cember 14 1914.
dir.-5w A. J. SAL1SI1URY,
t. s. coviut
Lunch JUoom Just Opened
Jlogulnr Meals 25 Cents. 'Jfry us.
10 Trout Street.
GCORGB W. C. ATKINS. VICE-PRESIDENT
NCWCOMQ CARLTON, PnESIOINf
DCLVIDCHE BROOKS, VICK-PMSIOINT
Flour $1.40 Per Sack.
Straight grade, made from hard wheat milled at llerhey
Five Sacks or more $1.35 per sack.
Potatoes, Five Bushel lots, 55c.
Early Ohios. This car is extra fine, well matured and good
Red Onions 90 Cents.
Suppl) going lat. (iet what you need.
Winesap per barrel S3. 75
Gnno per barrel $3.50
Bon Davis per barrel $3.25
Baled Hay 35 Cents.
." Hale Lots S1..10
Shelled Corn 85c per Bushel.
R. No LAMB,
Phone 67 North Locust St
RECEIVED AT WOODWARD AVEM DETROIT, MtCHo
LOS ANGELE8 CAUF NOV 28-84
MR. WALTER E. FL ANDERS, PRESIDENT
MAXWELL MOTOR COMPANY,. INCORPORATED
IN ALL MY EXPERIENCE IN THE RAGfNG GAME, NEVER HAVE I HAD AS SATISFACTORY
A MOUNT A3 THE MAXWEU NUI.ISER w4 WHICH I DROVE IN THE CORONA ROAD RACE
THANKBG8VING DAY WITH PRACTICALLY NO PREPARATION IN A CAR WITH WHICH fl
WA6 ABSOLUTELY UNFAMILIAR. 3 WENT THE ENTIRE 306 MILES WITHOUT A SINGLE
6T0P THEREBY ESTABLISHING A NEW W)RLDS NONE 8T0P ROAD RACE RECORD AND
FINISHING IN SECOND "LACE, THE MAXWELL CAR BEHAVED IN PERFECT SHAPE.
RAN COOL AND SMOOTH THROUGH THE ENT6RE RACE AND HAD PLENTY OF SPEEdVor
ANY RACE. I HAD ST DOPED THAT 05 MILES PER HOUR. WOULD WIN THE RACE; THAI
WAS THE REASON 8 AVERAGED ONLY 85-5MILES. CAR I 0R0VE WAS THE MOST '
CONSISTENT PERFORMER IN THE RACE. TIRES SHOWED PRACTICALLY NO WEAR
USED 23 GALLONS OF GASOLINE 3 GALLONS OF OIL, NO WATER.
driven dozens of different
Racer he drove
makes of racing cars,
ment of the Maxwell
Corona Race speaks
L'-oyd Powers, Maxwell, Nebraska.
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