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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1915)
NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JANUARY 15, 1915.
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JH 50c values, Saturday
Men's Leather Vests
20 Per Cent OK
Your Choice of a Big Display of
AH Wool Suits & Stylish Overcoats
Regular $18, $20 and $25 Vavues, $9,75
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25 and 35c values
20 Per Cent Off
20 per cent off
per cent off
Trunks, Suit Cases and Grips,
20 per cent off
Work and Dress Gloves,
20 per cent off
Men's Fur Coats .
Horse Hide, Russian Calf,
20 per cent off
Boys' Clothing and
20 per cent off
ecials For Saturday
Men s Wool Shirts
.00 and $1.25 values
Mens and Boys' Mackinaws
Any. Mackinaw that sold to
Choice of 250 men's
Hats that sold tfrom
$2 to $3.50, Saturday
One lot of men's work and
dress Shoes that sold as
high as pLpp, Saturday
Your choice of all our two
piece Underwear that sold
to $2.50,' per garment
The Store ClotKinr of
flie Store wherkjouieel
at home y
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
The Domestic Sclencve department
of the Twentieth Century club will
meet with Mrs. Frank Barber Monday
We buy hides and "pay the highest
market price. Bring them In now
while the price is high.
MARTI MEAT MARKET.
The ladies auxiliary of the Good
Samaritan hospital will give an af
ternoon tea todax at tho home of Mrs.
H. M. Grimes.
Fred Marti this week purchased a
car-load of corn-fed steers of J. H.
Ross, who lives on tho Birdwood.
They, are an exceptionally fine lot of
H. C. Diesem, government Irrigation
expert, left this morning for Lexing
ton, Kearney and other points in the
eastern part of the state. Ho expects
to go to Lincoln before returning and
will be gone several days.
N. L. Taylor of Lincoln and his son,
J. N. Taylor, of Tindall, Mo., were vis
iting in tho city yesterray on business.
They are extensivo land owners in Ne
braska and were out looking after land
matters. Mr. Taylor is a heavy farm
er In Missouri. While in tho city they
spent some time visiting at tho stato
Start the New Year Right
By patronizing home industries
and buying your cigars of us.
We 'use the best tobacco, and
make cigars that we are certain
will please you. Try one of onr
J. F. Schmalzried.
Dr. and Mra. J., B. Redfleld and Dr.
and Mrs. O. H. Greasier will entertain
the members of tho Harmony club
Tuesday evening at the home of the
A large crowd attended tho skating
party which was held last evening at
tho Lloyd opera houso by the Knights
of Columbus. All present report a
pleasant evening. Some good exhibi
tion skating was given last evening.
Weather forecast for North Platte
and vicinity Unsettled weather 'to
night and Saturday; probable snow;
colder tonight. Highest temperature
yesterday 49, a year ago 55; lowest
last night 25, a year ago 28.
H. G,. Connett of Chllcothe, 111., and
I. E. Connett, of Edgar, Neb., arrived
in tho city last evening, called here
by tho finding of their brother's body.
Mrs. Vernon Connett widow of the
murdered man, will arrivo this after
noon. SPECIAL HAM SALE
SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS
19c A POUND.
WILCOX DEPART3IENT STORE.
Commercial dinner at tho Christian
church Monday, January 18th, from
11:30 to 1:30, price 30 cents. Tho fol
lowing menu will bo sorved: Chicken
and hot biscuits, mashed potatoes and
gravy, browned parsnips, cranberry
sauce, pickles, raspberry pie, coffee
and milk. Price 30 cents.
Mrs, J. J. Halllgan entertained yes
terday at a luncheon at her home on
west Second street. Thirty-six ladles
woro entertained and a pleasant aftor
noon was roported. Tho guests were
seated at small tables and o lovely
hreo-courso lncheon was served. A
number of visiting ladles were among
PINAL CLEAN UP OF
CLOAKS, SUITS AND SKIRTS
If there is a lady in Lincoln county
that needs a coat, suit or a skirt and
has the money to pay for it, we aro go
ing to sell It to her If price will do
Lntllcs.' Conts We have made threo
lots of our ladies coats.
Lot 1, Coats that sold at all prices
up to $12, your choice of tho lot for $5.
Lot 2 All $15 to $25 coats, either
cloth or fur fabrics, all high grade
and of tho best workmanship, your
choice of the entire lot for $10.00.
Lot 3 consists of all high grade coats
that liavo sold for $30, $35 and $40;
coats that aro not only stylish, but far
above the average grade, your choice
Ladles' Sulth Your choice of any
suit In the stock, at absolutely One
Lndleb' Skirls Consisting of all tho
new syles and better cloths, selling up
to $12.00 each.. Wo offer your choice
of Any Skirt in tho Stock $.".0.
This Sale will start Saturday, Jan.
ICth, and close February 1st.
Remember we want to close out ev
ery fall and wlntor garment and have
offered you a prlco that if you want
goods should make you come and buy
thorn. Come early so as to get your
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE
Mrs. J. J. Halllgan will entertain
Tuesday at a lunrheon In favor of
Miss Kathleen Doyle who is visiting
lioio from Linroln.
Mrs. Mary Dunn Dies.
Mrs. Mary Dunn, for many years a
resident of this city, passed away this
morning at tho homo of her daughter,
Mrs. James Hart, on west Second
street, following an illness of about;
flvo weeks resulting from a fall which
broke her hip. She was sovonty-olght
years, eight months and four days of
ago at the time of lier death.
Mrs. Dunn was born in Canada May
11, 183C. She camo to tho United
States when a girl and lived for many
years in Iowa. Sho later came west
and settled in North Platte. Sho
leaves several children and grand
children to mourn her demise, her
husband having passed on somo years
ago. Tho body will bo shipped Sunday
to Anamosa, Iowa, whoro the funeral
will bo held and burial made.
It Is a long twiy to our store, but
It is worth )our time to get our prices
on (JrorcrlcH, Dry Goods, Shoes nnd
Clothing. ,0ur Grocery Prices reduce
the high cost of litlng.
CALLENDER'S CASH STORE.
Closing Out Sale
Having sold my business proporty,
I will sell stoves and hardware at re
duced prices. Call and bo convinced
if you need any thing in my lino. .
HERSIIEY HARDWARE STORE,
Phone 15. 102-4 Opposlto Postofilco.
diet Macomber, who was arrested
tho first of tho week with a number of
young men for disturbing tho peace,
announces that lio was released by
tho court beforo tho trial was held us
ovcidenco proved that ho was not a
party to tho complaint, Tho other
young men wore all released.
Tho old coal chUteB In tho Union Pa
cific yards near Locust street aro be
ing torn down by a forco of mon. Tho
old lumber is being sold for kindling
and tho steel nnd iron devices nro bo-
ing saved for ubo by tho company.
This will mako a big improvement in
the appcaranco of that part of tho city.
FOR CATTLE HIDES
Not Frozen wo pay
12 Cents Up.
NORTH PLATTE JUNK CO.
Lutheran Jlrothcrhood Meets'.
Tho Lutheran brotherhood was de
lightfully entertained Tuosday even
ing at tho Oscar Sandnll homo at 303
east Eight street. The first part of
tho entertainment conslstedof open-
lng tho question box and thoro wore a
number of questions. Somo of thoso
woro nnswered and many went un
answered. Following thiB tho debato
Was had and tho judges decided in fa
vor of tho affirmative. Tho question
under debato was "Resolved: That a
cash Bystem would bo moro beneficial
to both thp merchant and tho public
than tho credit basis,." Tho Judges
were Dr. Cressler, A. W, Shilling and
Following tho debate tho business
mooting of tho organization was hold
and tho regular Lenten meetings were
arranged for., Tlieso will bo hold ev
ery week during lent and thoy will bo
gin on February lOtli. A leader and a
speaker have been selected to havo
charge of each mooting. Following
tho business meeting a nice supper was
sorved by tho hosts.
Now Ambulance for North Platte.
By tho courtesy of Derryberrjt1&
ForllOS tho Good SnmiirMnti linanHnl
Is now equipped with a thoroughly
modorn nmbiilanco which, they put in
uso for tho first timo Wednesday
Some weeoks ago whllo Mr, Forbes
was off on his vacation ho purchased
tho nmbulanco of a St. Louis firm
and ordered It shipped here and it
arrived this week. It was purchased
by tho firm of Dorryberry & Forbes
and thoy decided to let tho hospital
liavo tho uso of it gratis. This will
add greatly to tho equipment of the
llOBPitol, ' 'J-
Tho ambulance Is a French gray
vohlclo thoroughly equipped "With
every convenience. It Is rubber tired
and iB.fitttod with springB thatvlll
mako it comfortable for any patient
to rldo In. By tho hospital getting
tho uso of it froo is as good as 'Own
ing tho vehicle. Jsjr
Dr. H. C. Brock, dentist,
tional Bank Building.
Signet Chaptor No. 55, O. E. S. was
delightfully entertained last evening
at a banquet nnd an initiation meet
ing, A largo attendance was present
and a pleasant evening enjoyed
THE NEW DODGE
will be on Exhibition Tomor
row at Hendy & Ogier's
Woodward, tho sign painter, Is
spending this week In North Platto.
Seo him for sign work. Ho gives tho
best and most attractlvo designs, tf
253 aero improved farm one milo
from Ovorton, Neb., about 1G0 aprcssin
cultivation, 15 acres alfalfa, balance
hay and pnsturo; houso flvo rooms;
barri for eight head of horses; farm
fonccd and cross fenced. Enquire of
NEBRASKA INVESTMENT CO?
202 First National BahU,
103t2 Lincoln, Neb.
Eat Alfalfa Queen Butter ;
It is Always Fresh and Sweet
Can bo Bought Anywhere in North Platto.
Made by the
North Platte Creamery
We also sell Good Clean Buttermilk Phone 62.
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