The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, January 08, 1915, Image 5

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Our January Money Saving Clearing Sale!
The Sale you have been waiting for. Hundreds of Men will now equip themselves with our Splendid Outfitting and they will pay from a Third to a Half
less than they usually pay for Clothing of much less distinction. Our Great Clearance Sale is Money Making and a Money Saving proposition. Invest
your money in Good Clothes while the bottom is out of the market. That's right NOW, this very day! The quicker you act, the better the values you will
be able to select." Gain a big advantege by buying. Winter Clothes NOW. Remember the coldest weather of the year is yet to come.
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$12.50 to 15.00
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i Sale
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YlMon's Ovcrecoats, In all
'. ' and fabrics on' sale at
25 PER
. Trunks, Grips and Suit Cases at
- Men's Fine Trousers on
1 20 PER
v Superior Wool Union Snits on Sale at
Pony Votes Given
The C. O. D. Cleaners moved their
shop thla week into the Bratt building
on Locust street.
Mrs. Sam Richards o Omaha, ar
rived in the city this weckjto visit
friends for a, few days and loolt after
some business matters
Mi- nnd Mrs. Thpnrlnro Sandall will
arrivo homo today' from their wedding"
trip through different poinis in iuq
west. '""'
For Sale Cheap International Med
ium slzo cream separator,, good as
now used three months.. Apply at
Tribune offlco.
Mrs. W. E. Hart and daughter leave
this week for St. Louis where thoy
will mako their home for tho remain
der of the winter.
Mr. and Mrs.. Ed Putoff returned
Wednesday evening to their homo in
Sidnoy afer visiting in the city for
several days at the home of ,Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Coates.
Work on the new electric plant
was. delayed this week on account
of some special-brick failing to ar
rive, It was stopped only for a few
days and is now resumed.
Dr. P. J. Lathan returned homo
Wednesday from Beaver City where
ho was called by the serious illness
of his mother. Ho reports her condi
tion very much improved.
TJioijias Green returned homo this
week from Scotts Bluffs where ho
spent several days looking after some
business matters. Mr. Green has an
interost in a"'bow"lins alloy at that
i CO Per Cent Discount on Jlcn's
Overcoats. THE IIDIJ.
W. W. Crossgrove, of tho Farnam
vicinity, was In tho city a few days
this week visiting friends. He came
In Tuesday to attend tho meeting of
tho Lincoln County Agricultural So
ciety. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Paulson, of St.
Paul, Nebr., arrived in the city a few
daysiago and they will mako their
lfomohere. Mr. Paulson 7 has-been
Atuxi'roiitv tim tolonhorib' company. in
tho 'position formerly held byHarry
': IXny ono wishing Dr. Sago Face Solu
..".. -i'iupi .,., on. at inn9.
uonoaw ui i-iUTa D'- u ""
, tra Tinvls. of Stanloton, was op-
. nmiAri nnnn vnRtnrflav morning at
i.a vnrcn Tirnwn Memorial hospital
,T"Vnr- TiMit, une a room uuuoo u
7 rrinm houao. both on east 6th
ntreet. Innulrfi 702 gast Eth or phono
JY " " J " "r " . " (vi'.";' ' -r .., 0" a" ' " 0a 'i
tf ". Black C?0. Mb l
cttAi-nnv .TnnifiHVT. ilCeofo returned
' Wednesday morning from Sioux City
! T !.... nnlnld whom lift
nnt Mm iiolldavs with relatives and
friends'; Ho stopped in Omaha for a
vtelt wjui'joe jjarsoa in uiu iuuiuuu.ov
hospital 4nd he reports that Mr. Lar
boh is getting along nicely. Ho will
bep'nfined to tho hospital for somo
tlmVyet, howover,
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the lqtest models
One lot Boys
io ipi.ou jvniucsf siiiu.prjcu -
Monarch Shirts,
Arrowy Shirts,
on sale at
sale at
on all
P. S. Peck, of "Moorefleld, was trans
acting business and visiting friends
in this city Wednesday.
R. L. Baker was a visitor to Stapel
loTryfes"etairjrintho Interest pt tho
Iddings lumber yard at that place. ,
H. J. Walker, of Kearney, was ih
the city Wednesday evening to speak
at tho Baptist annual meeting.
D. E. Martin, of tho Hershey vicin
ity, was visiting in tho city yesterday
transacting buslnesss at tho, t court
house and calling on frlend&f. - i
Mrs. Charles Perkins returned this
week from a visit of a few days with
friends in Chlcagp and othor points
in the cast.
E. W. Zeirbort,, of Sidney, was In the
city Wednesday visiting friends and
transacting business. While in this
city ho purchased somo Lincoln coun
ty property,
O. H. Thoelecke reports tho follow
ing land transfers in Lincoln county
last week: All of sections 25 and 35
nnd the souheast juarter of section
26, township 15, range a.), south one
half of section 22, township 12. range
30, and block 52 Platteviow sub-division.
This layB tho hard tiroes buga
boo in tho shade. May he ever rest
Hearing on tho estate of tho lato
Charles Cochran was held yesterday
morning in the county court and
Robert L. Cochran, county surveyor,
was annointed administrator of the
estate. There aro four heirs to tho
estate. They are Mrs. Elizabeth Coch
ran and Cyrus Cochran of Brady, R.
Lj Cochran of this city and Mrs.
Mablo Norris of Maxwell.
Suit was filed yesterday in the
county court by Wm. J. Hendy and
Ed Ogler, operating as a firm of Hen
dy & Ogier, against J H. Ross for tho
collection of a balance of a debt of
$190.58 alleged to be duo them for ser
vices and matorlal. Of this amount
thoy allege that only $28.30 has been
paid, leaving a balance of $1(18.28 yet
due. They ask for tho amount with
interest from January 1, 1015, to
gether with costs of tho action.
When you aro making your New
Years resolutions, why not resolvo to
at onco subscribe for shares in tho
Mutual Building & Loan association.
No bettor plan for accumulating your
savlncs. See the secretary about it.
Do it now. 90-9
Tho literary department of the
Twentieth century club was delight
fullv entertained Tuesday . afternoon
at tho homo of Mrs. W. A. Skinner.
Somo interesting papers were read
bv Mesdames W. W. Cummlncs, M. J
Forbes and W. A. Skinner on great
events in history. Othars present
read papers on current events, Mrs.
J. B. Redflcld gave an interesting con
tribution on tho great war in Europe,
Mrs. O. E McLnno a paper on tho
buildings in Washington, D, C. and
Miss Irono-Stuart a paper on Presi
dent Wilson. Tho program was inter
esting and Instructive and was much
enjoyed by thoso present.
$15.00 to 20.00
Knickerbocker Trousers, 1
regular . price $1.50, to $2.00
"' a nr
3Ien and Boys' Sweaters on sale at
Mrs. Hughes is reported quite ill
at her homo-at 810,.vine .street.
Glenn Todd of Glcndlve, M9t., ar
rived In (lie city this weoic oiid is vis
iting at the Frank Bucntimm hoine.-
Georg'o Austin' arrived homo this
week from tho east where ho was re
cently called, by thp serious illness of
a sister.
Robert Dickey of tho Dickey bakery
and confectionery was a business vis
itor in Keystone this week, returning
homo Wednesday.
Dr. Marie Ames has taken rooms
"over Ih'o UIxotT jewelry store. Tho
rooms she vacated over tho Stono
drug store aro to be thoroughly ren
ovated and repaired.
Charles Rhodes arrived this week
from Northport where ho had been
working for tho past several months.
He has accepted a position in this
Mrs. R. F. Johnson and two chil
dren returned this week to their homo
in Central City after visiting in tho
city for two weeks at tho Willlum Law
son liome.
Merle Morrill, who recently came
hero from Omaha to spend the holi
days with his parents, hus accepted
a position with tho Empress theatre
where he wil operate tho machine
J. T. Jarvis, inspector of hotel and
dining car service foi tha Union Pa
clflc company, Bpent a few days in tho
city thlB week calling on J. II. Posey,
manager of tho Unlo.i Pacific hotel.
Miss Margaret McGlnley and Miss
Jesamlne Flynn returned Wednesday
from Lincoln and Council Bluffs
where they spent two. weeks during
tho holidays visiting rolatives and
Word was received hero this week
announcing the birth of a daughter on
January Gth to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A.
Saint at Milwaukee. Mrs. Saint was
formerly Miss Margaret Oilman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Gilmau,
of this city.
Word has been received here an
nouncing t'.at M'cs Marl 'i iJcniler,
who recently played hero In 'Peg
'O-My-Hcart," is playing UiIb week in
Denver, Miss Dentler formerly lived
hero and Is creating a sensation with
her interpretation of "Peg."
Tho local union of tho United Fed
eratlon of Musicians will givo a big
danco Monday evening, January 18th,
at the Masonic hall, which will bo tho
initial danco of an annual affair, Ev
eryono 1b invited to attend and a big
tlmo iB anticipated. A twenty-pleco
orchestra will furnish music tor the
HuhpcI Says Cash
Beginning Jauuary 15th milk and
cream will bo strictly cash. When
wo deliver you a dollar's worth of
tickets wo shall oxpect you to hand
us tho dollar. Wo go on tho cash
basis because it 1b absolutely neces
sary In order to successfully conduct
our business.
$20.00 to $25.00
Values -
Bioy.s EXTRAGOOD Suits,? and Overcoats
''oh sale at' '
One Lot Ken's Shoes, $2.00 to $3.50 values
sale price tiji nn
Night Shirts and Pajamas at .
Work7 Shirts
B. of I. E. Installation.
A largo number of the members of
tho Bof L,E. and tho ladles' auxllur;
of that order were present. Wednesday
oveninjg at tho public Installation of
ofllcors which" was held "by Division 88
at the Masonic hall. All report an e.n-
Joyable evening.
TheMadles' auxllary served tho re
freshments to tho party and this was
followed by tho installation. After
this, Qoprgo "W, Vromon, C. F. Tracy
and1 "jiJO. Strahorn were presented
with jbadges by tho order, Thoy havo
beenlhembers of the B. of L. E. for
over for.ty years. The, presentation
speech was mado by W. J. Stuart.
Following this dancing was Indul
ged in by somo and many of tho older
members wore able to J3how tho
younger ones the now dances. Those
who were Indisposed to danco sat
around tho smoking room making
over 'past runs.
Tho, following officers woro Install
ed: M. Hayes, chief engineer; G, O.
Trexler, first engineer; L. J. Dean,
second engineer; S. Schwalgcr, third
engineer; W. M. Wclsb, guard; W. M.
Whltlock, chaplain; W. R. Rlchnrda,
delegate to tho convention and chair
man of tho local commblttee.
HUduh AnderHon Ih Appointed.
Miss . Hlldah Anderson, formorly
employed by Georgo B. Dent, has
boon appointed stenographer in tho
offlco of County Judgo French to suc
ceed, MIbs Irene Hubbard. Miss Ander
dorsoh is a competent stenographer
and typist, being a graduate- of tno
commercial department of the North
Platto high schools.
Miss Irono HubbtvrJ who formerly
held tho position, held It commedably
and did hor work will. Sh3 had the
placo during tho Incumbency of Judgo
Grant and wns always on the Job and
know tho in and outs of tho office.
She "will bo missed by tho frequent
cnllors at that oltlce.
MUlcgo Dullard left laH evening for
Minnesota where he is working for
tho Buffalo Bill raovlug picture pro
ducing company. lie spent two
weeks hero during tha holidays visit
ing his parents, Mr. ami Mrs, F. E.
Bullard and friends, ""
Lnrnoii Home Soon.
Word was received this week from
Joo Larson announcing that he would
bo ablo to como home in two weeks.
Ho wroto a vory cheerful letter and
stated that ho Is now ablo to get
about on crutches. Ho Is getting along
flno and expects to como homo as soon
as ho 1b strong enough,
'Cnrd of TlitinkH.
' Wo wish to thank tho neighbors and
frjonds for their many kindnesses
extended us during our. bereavement
at tho sickness nnd , death . of , our
unugntor;. especially tne members of
the Methodist' Sunday school, the Ep
worth lenguo and tho ladies' aid so
ciety. . Mr. and Mrs. D, W. Besack. Jr.
Mrs. N. McCabo has been spending
this week with friends, in Omaha haV'
lng left for that city Monday,
$22.50 to $27.50
Men and Boys' Mnckinnws at
Men's Fine Hats and Caps, on sale at
One Lot Men's Flannel Shirts, $1.00 to $2.00
Values, SALE PRICE.. OCj-
Boys' Extra Trousers
The Home
H'orolo Muttaoho; .
Probably "no dog has ovefiircndercd
stich signal military service or becnoj
honorably recognized, ag tho celebrated,
poodle Mustache, who Bhared tho vic
torious fortunes of the French army
through most of tho wars of tho consu-
lato and of tho French empire, flu
won special honors at Marengo nnd
wns decorated on tho battlefield or
Austerlltv. by Mnrshnl Lnnncs ub n re
ward for having rescued bis regimen
tal standard from nn Austrian soldier
when In tho net of snatching it from
tho grasp of tho Btnndard bearer ns ho
fell mortally wounded. Tho plucky
poodle drove off tho assailant, and
then, seizing tho tattered colors in his
teeth, . dragged thorn triumphantly till
ho reached his own company.
A Lucky Illness.
It was owlug to an illness that Sli
Laurence Alina-Tndema became, n
painter. Ho wns educated with t lit In
tcntlon. of making him a lawyer, tmt
sickness cut his studies -short When
confined to his bed he relieved the t
dlum by making little sketches. These
showed -no much ability that when he
wns welV iignln lie reudlly obtained his
mot tier's permission to devote himself
to pnlntlng
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His Desire.
"Where rikl you work Inst and how
long?" demanded the colonel ''"Did
you quit of your own accord or were
you dlsuhnrged. and"
"Loogy yuh. boss!" sourly returned
Brother Kngus "1 Isn't, puhnosln' mar
nge to yo'; I's axln' for a Job "-Puck.
Tho Way of It.
"1 proposed to my stenographer"
"You dldn'tJ'
"Don't get excited. I only proposed
she should he nsslstcr to ino'-Hnltl
more Vt&Vrlcnn.
Sllltcus-Do you think It is possible
for one woman to make another wo
man perfectly hnppyV Cynicua-Oh,
yes; simply by euvylng herl-Philadelphia
Way of the Pessimist,
No doing anything with n pessimist.
When you (Ind u bright side for him he
won't look at It for fenr the light might
blind him. -Atlnntn Constitution
Our Egg Crop.
American hens Iny slightly over
$000,000,000 worth of eggs a year-thut
la, every person outs on an average ?.'!
worth. Farm nnd Fireside.
Miss Zeda Waurlemont of Choyenno
arrived in tho city this week to visit
for a fow days at tho Hubbard homo on
east Second street.
of Good Clothes
is a Cash Sale
Stockand Farm Sales a Specialty.
Phlone Red 4G4 Nprth PlattefNeb.
Start the New Year JUght
By patronizing home industries
and buvinc your cigars of. us.
We use the best touaccc!and
make cigars that werre certain
will please you. Try one of orfr
several brands. ,
. JLF, ScMmofzried
, lt . ,. PriliiWe Notice "",d.,?.,&Uop ot, tMo Estate of John It.
MaWUliamH, deceased.
In the CoOnty Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, December 29, 1014.
Notfco In hereby given, that tho ored
ttors of said deceased will meet the nd
mlnlBtrntrlx of snlil intnt h.rn n,
County JudKe of Lincoln County, No
hraslm, nt tho County Court ltoom. in
said County, on the 2nd day of Febru
ftl?' Hlh ind on the 2nd day of Aug
ust, 11UG, at 9 o'clock n. m. each day
fpr the purpose of preeentlnar their
claims for examination, odjustment and
allowance. Six months aro allowed for
creditors to preeont their claims, and
one year for tho administratrix to set
tle tho ostato from the 29th day of
Docombor, 1914.
.. A c.opy or tn,s order la ordered pub
lished In tho North I'latto Tribune, n
scmt-woekly newspaper of said County,
for four successive weeks noxt prior to
February 2nd, 1916. JOHN CHANT,
jo-w County Judso.
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