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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1915)
'it' TWENTY-NINTH YEAR.
NORTH l'LATTE, NE13., JAM Altt 3, 1913.
Stniu Aid JU-ltlgt' Bonds-
Bought by Chicago ('nninnny
Tne $25,000 bonds voted last August i
for the statu aid bridge across the
Platte river on the proposed Lincoln
Ifighwnv wore sold last weeke to
JIanchctt,s& Conipnnv, n Chicago firm
Of all the bids submitted this coin
pan pave the highest and best bid on
Tncsi bonds are for $12,000 at five
prr cent Interest voted by North
Piatt' and $13,000 at six per cent
interest voted by I'latto precinct. A
premium of sixty dollars was Riven on
tho North Platte bonds and of four
hundred, twenty-seven dollars on the
Platte prerinct bonds. In nil the eoun-
-n will receive $25,487 for the $25,000
Tin company will receive interest
tftt tin five per cent bonds at the rate
!" approximately 1.95 per cent and
on the six per cent bonds of approxi
mately 5 70 per cent.
-1 Tht bonds are in denominations nf
y.riyOOO each, and two will mature July
lv lDo, and two eacli year thereafter,
1-J.lfc final t o falling duo July 1, 1914.
fife trf: A VVAahial)le Kind
pyi'ifciK toys "ago whilo cleaning out
i3i VmSM'to; Mrs At .T. Vnnrv fniinil
4y papers an old Insurance
3t39otiv1 the lntter part oi the
lvMJC-W former husband Joseph
felHWciShJi was on the point of
jji vmri :w . .. ... . .
jsnit-tnc ure witn otner irnsn,
jl&jtfoiludod on second thought
jJfWv11 t 'vaur sue tooic me policy
jvuohxtboii who louuu mai sev-
aVmeuts had been made on the
jwwmen anoweu to lapse, out
!Jpf.oy&d0ns "l Policy the
entitieti to a certain
ia $3,000 for which the
Lifittcn Air. Patterson
T ". , t-vavn'. - T. it- . it. .
Tj4ri,U,"RiiyiOijyn..t uie company was
.kir,frJWtence and writing to the
ysK8orj$yh..t the company was WT
ult MKt.tnce and writing to the , -t"iniic,o(flCe!tsccrtained
Uiat if prop-1 &
- eV-pflJof o.lhe death of Mr. Mnckle I i
Visit the large exhibit of fancy fowls at the
Lincoln County Poultry and Pet Stock A
a aaniraay, January ui,oin ana vm, oo
scsay, rnaay an
At MacKay Buildiiag, One Door South of Block's
can no I
was furni hPrt the amount due on the
'.SjjKJllcy would lu; paid. TJio ((oath proot
S-ur lel(is made and In a few days Mrs
?&&$$ Vri.ll , receive several hundred
:TMl)$CJC)jrftc t lirJstiiuiH Thursdaj.
Jfcffii&ireeks of this city will all cele-
mik 'Oi.jIjiWA rrn..,.l. t.,.,-..
u. iMiMC vV 4iiuiauuy, uuuuui
eorfiifl'lp tho custom in their
'yWtrPWrnaa dajl according
GrartoCcustom conies thirteen
liSti ours and is celebrated
ioro pomp nnd ceremony.
,ln this city Jiao been cel-
festlval since last Christ
Send your birds in and iiavc llicm scored. Wc have an eastern licensed judge. If you
bring your birds send them lo us.
Admission t the Show Room Free!
AWARDED BY A
NUMBER OF VALUABLE PREMIUMS WILL BE
1r VU A A A VA ?
- tf-H IB . .... lr(IAlt
e lotgn. celebration will oe """ '"
L AlfM.ist -wcMT ttk hoys cattle ra
. .wnfi ..-,. (,. x.r inand in
i uLVf1 t3lljy,v j. oiuit- in -----
Slrelz llus Jtancli l'ropertj
A. P. Streitz has purchased what
was known as the M. P. Dial tract of
land lying about eight miles north of
town. The tract contains 1400 acres
Streitz will convert it into a
nch and place Ills son Ferd-
charce. it being the desire
1 ., n An,tn rrn 1 11 tllfl onttln
ifeu eaai Front stre t. There h m 'i l" v-..6..b .. . . v v.
i3....,?J; r, .... ... i..... .... imsiiipss There is considerable culti-
rmI "? " """.. vMi,ro in.i.1 hut Ihe ireater part is
sand hill grazing?
The land was ''sold last spring un
der execution and purchased by a
company that held tho mortgage,
and wishing to get rid of the property
bold it to Mr. Streitz at a less figure
;afl'W' tft. advanc 12 i than adjoining land is being held.
r1 SpcclarnnUk for in-1 Mr. Streitz will at once improve mo
fV-.t. 41. TT.nlr.ll nt nil I nlnn1 .-,.M c rinr If tl'ltll fl llfrn IllltlPll
WJI IMU ftUUfll tn nil IJUIH- tillll OIUUU II- IW ,1- ...v.v. ....u..
iKBU Jid'ANi1; . ot cattle.
,wi , .
uperature ilor last . Tiio small daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
rl jfloie d'egrejs colder Uen Bcpinan Is suffering with a broken
:VofvtW December, in elbo which she sustained baturuay
il . .1 fn . 1. ... ..... (. 1... n i4'n 1 I fHn.,-. n tnl.ln nl tlmll limiin fill
U IVltlll 11 Villi 41 ItlMlU lib LllVll "Ul'll' "
enth street. Tlie little gin
g on the table and fell olf,
striking on her left arm.
lie numb' r thnt ire here
Kjjthe JciitLthe. will all
iu i us uiannei
iy ' ' .' '-'
Jjiuury $$. the Payne
ra vsh haals All tlck-
LOCAL AND PEltSOXAL
'V st-'n$ieenibi'r we by r, if all fri
liiffid 'Ithithat one west Eleve
iojKt since 1884 The waj playin
.'oi).fltiiHKH'hlld in D'- c'ountv Superintendent Cox rctum
MtilygCf'W. .Jmd ?,09 ineh-jc,i Saturday from Urady and Gotlien
Ua'nw the mbnth lb I'-ss burg where she visited all week at
HW1' ? I different schools.
FORD TO WAIT ANY LONGER.
REDUCED PRICES ARE FAST
PlJR WINTER GOODS.
I&1UST STARTED AND YOU CAN
m LONG TIME THE FINE WEAR-
LL AT SHORT PRICES.
SHIPPED IN A LOT OF "SALE
SALE. WE DONT DO BUSINESS
Dr. J. S. TwinVin was a professional
visitor to Cozad Saturday.
Frank Tiirpie lias returned fropi a
visit with tho K,"W.'Murphy family at
Fred dishing returned the latter
part of the week from Sidney where
he spent some time visiting his par
ents. Miss Josephine MlKcowii has n
turned from Denver where sue hp.iii
the Christinns acation viHiliur' rela
tives and friends.
W II. C. Woodhurst, lloat npresenta-
tive, went to Lincoln Sunday to take I
his seat in the legislature which con
venes at noon today.
Ruth, tho littlo daughter of Mrs
'.. I. Mitc'nell on east Third street, is
suffering from a broken collar bone
which she sustained last week from a
Mis Mabel Sawyer has accepted, a.
position as oillco girl for Dr. Harry
B. Mitchell and Dr. J. S. Slmins. She
began her duties there yesterday morn
ing. M. Ross, a clerk in the Sutherland
state bank, is receiving treatment nt
the Good Samaritan hospital. He was
operated upon recently and is report
ed to bo getting along nicely.
Miss Clara Kane ollico clerk firir
Dr. J. S. Twineni returned Sunday
from a visit of one week with relatives
and friends in the east. She visited at
Chicago and dllferent points in Indi
ana. Mrs. 13. F. Sailor announces to her
many customers the fnct that having
vacated tho millinery department in
Plzer's store, she is not leaving town,
but will after March 1st, be located in
Illock's Ladies" Outfitting Store
whore she will be better prepared than
ever to serve the public. Watch for
IJertha Mann, who plays tne faith-1
less wife in tho Urondhurst-Schomcr
drama, "Today," to be seen here next
Monday evening lias made the dis
covery that the choking to which she
has to submit at every performance
at t'lio hands of Arthur Oyron, who
plays the outraged husband, have de
veloped her neck tliree-qiinrters of an
inch. When Miss Mann first entered
the cast of "Today" her neck meas
ured twelve and one-hnlf inches in
circumference. AI present it meas
ures thirteen and one-quarter.
The case of Fulk vs. Frank nnd
Neal Turpie occupied the county
court yesterday and resulted In a de
cision in favor of the plaintiff. Fulk
was suing for damages of $750 al
leged to bo duo on account of tho de
fendants plowing up a certain field of
tall wheat. Fulk claimed that there
was seventy-ilvo acres of the wheat
Will rcsull in greater savings says:
lhal premier Fashion Slore,
WATCHfor our Yds January 6lh.
WAIT -for our Remodeling Sale January 7.lli.
Dr V. .1. Iteillield Leates
Dr. W. J. Redfleld, who practiced
medicine and surgery In this city for
a number of years, left Saturday for
Grand Island where he will make his
homo in the future. Dr. J. II. Redfleld
who has been associated with him here
will remain here and take over all of
the practice. He will still have his
olllce in tne rooms over Westenfeld's
store where the P. k. S. hospital was
formerly located. The two doctors
were known all over this end of the
state as competent physicians and
The old corporation of the Physi
cians and Surgeons' hospital was
formally dissolved January 1st by
the mutual consent of tho stockhold
ers, Drs. W. J. and J. H Ih'dfield.
We iill appreciate -cttlcinenl of all
account' due us during the iimulh of
Jiihiiiin, l!)l,". All liiiouIiiK llieniM'l.
es indebted will please call and niaKt
Ift'Mill Uriiir Store !S)iil liuur Store
&AIT ANY LONGER.
RVJTHING 20 PER CENT OFF.
ourt & Jensen,
( ollaretts Till Per Cent
Sols !i:t l-ii Per Cvil
Miss Ilortha Daly toucher In the
Tryon schools was visiting frlonds in
this city yesterday.
A son was born Saturday to Mr. and
Mrs. Cnrl Scott, residing In the
A special meeting of the Eplscopnl
rho court found that that there was I vestry was held last evening to talk
only sixty acres. Th&t Is was worth
only four dollars per acre and that of
Hint, nmmmt ilpfprwlnntu were fill II led
to ono-thlrd share as rent. He gave
Judgment to tho plaintiff to the
umount of $100.
When you are making your New
Years resolutions, why not rosolve to
at once subscribe for shares in the
Mutunl Building & Loan association.
No hotter plan for accumulating your
savings Se tiw s cretar about it.
Do II now 99-9
over the business of the church
The Lutheran girls will bo ontertaln
ed Friday evening by Mrs. Charles
Lierk, Jr., at her homo nt GM west
Frank Uannan returned Sunday ev
ening to Omaha where he Ib a stu
dent nt Creighton university. lo spent
the holidays visiting relative and
Secretary Stroltz requests to an
nounce that the Washington school
building will not be opni before Wed-
ih m!u a- r piiirs lor tin turuace nnist
( one I Twin hi l roll
Good Saiuaritau Hospital N'olcs
Miss Lucy McMichael Iuih entered
training school at the Good Samari
Mr. Ross, of Lowellon, Is a new pa
tient at the Good Samaritan hospital
to take medical treatment.
Mrs. Lumen, of Ilrady, was oporated
upon yesterday at the Good Samari
tan hospital and Is reported getting
The three year old son of Air. and
Mrs. Nowklrk was operated upon
Friday at the Good Samaritan hospital
and Is reported doing nicely.
The eight year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Austin Majeski of llersliey was
operated upon yesterday at the Gooil
Samaritan hospital and is reported
getting along nicely.
Miss ICsther Norbeck, a nurse nt the
Good Samaritan hospital, returned the
latter part of last week from Gothen
burg, where she visited her mother
for a few days
The O K. S have furnished a room
at the Good Samaritan hospital for
tho use of the Faseru Star pntients.
The room Is nieely fitted anil is very
inviting and attractive.
HKATT Si GOOU.MAN
Do u general Heal Instate business.
Can sell jour houses, Lots, I'arius,
Hay and oilier lauds, If priced right.
Write Hie best anil eheapesl I'ire and
Life Insurance, Loan Mnuc on Heal
Lstale, Keiif Houses, Storage Spare
and Safe Deposit Ilexes, Paj Taxes
nnd care for proper)) of iion-resl.
deuls. (nod Ncnlcc uiaKes jou our
The Mutual liullding k Loan Associ
ation of North Platto lias plenty of
money on hand to close loans prompt
ly. Borrowers in this association
make a saving on tho repayment of
their loans equal to $250.00 to $350.00
on a thousand over any competing
building and loan association. 99-9
The ladles' aid of tho Presbyterian
church will meet Thursday afternoon
in the (liurch parlors, entertained by
Mesdanus Christie, Newton and Davidson
KVIOTS IN .SOCIETY '
Tho Tllllkuni girls Will "be, enter
tained tills ovenlng at th'e-hpmo of
Miss Marjorie Den.
The Club Nevita will bo entertained
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Andrew Yost In the" fourth ward.
The Harmony club will be enter
tained this evening b Mrs.Fred Wal
temath and Mrs. D. A. Russell, nt the
home of the former , '
Miss Flo Johnson entertained New
ear's night at a skating party on
the soma river In favor of Miss Alice
Stuart who Is visiting hero from
Drayton, N. D. Twelve young people
were ontertaincd and a pleasunt evonj
Ing was enioyed. Following tho Bkat-
lug party a nice supper was served
by the hostess.
A number of friends of -Mr. .and.
Mrs. R. L. Murdoch, resldipg on South
Maple street, gave them a pleasant
surprise Saturday evening In honor
of Mrs. Murdoch They gathered at
the home about eight-thirty ami spent
the evening with games and music
About forty guests woro present' nnd
a pleasant evening was enjoyed. Ar
a late hour a nice two-co.urso luncheon
was served and the guests departed
wishing Mrs. Murdoch many more hap
py (JCCIlhiollM. ,
Weather forecast lor North Platt,i
and vicinity: Unsettled weather to
night and Wednesday, probably snow
Colder tonight with fresh winds
Highest tenipornturo yesterday 39, a
year ago 37; lowest last night 19, n
year ago 18.
We wish to thank the many kind
friends who assisted us during tho 111
illness nnd deatli of oar beloved moth
er and grandmother, and for tho beau
tiful lloral offerings.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beans and Family,
Mr and Mrs. T. G. Rowley and Famll
Hare Bargain in Piano.
Ilavo on hand at North Plntto a high
grade piano, which will bo sold tre-i
meudously cheap on payments to a
responsible party. Wrlto tho Denver
Music Company at Denver', Colo, for
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