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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1915)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Your Spring Suit!
j. b. Mcdonald
THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES
' k. 0. H CRESSLER,
' 1 t Graduate Dentist.
Office' oyer the McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
? Miss P.earl McVicker spent tlio week
end' with' relatives In Lexington.
r Mrs. Alphonso Eicard wtt&ntorpn
) ' tho Et-A-Virp. club 'thiaStjlpoonL
m nnri Mrn. Fnrhush'.-'jof Sutner-
iMand, visited frlendsMhAbtyn tllc latter
part of last week., .
, Father Malbrioy returned to Ogalalla
Sunday morhfiojS after visiting with
V Rev. Fr. Mcbamt4"-
,K J. B. Pielstlcker, of Wallace, visited
Is brother Frank Pielstlcker tho lat
, ter part of the' week.
" Mr. and Mrs: E. N. Ogier and son
t ..who have beeji visiting in California
are expected homo Sunday.
Mrs. Parker of Maxwell, returned
homo Saturday evening after a short
V visit wlthtown friends.
Mrs. Clara Churchill returned Sat
urday' from Grand Island where she
sperit'tlio winter at tlie Soldier's homo.
Miss GertrudeOaker, teacher of
thn Rnthenburc schools, spent the
week end wmi ner parents in una
Carl Larson spent tho latter part of
last week in Gothenburg making ar
rangements for a roller skating exhlb
ition which he will glvo thcro in tho
,his Bungalow Book
homes actually built, and within reasonable
This book jHv'es you ideas or helps you clar
ify your own ideas.
design you want, designs that you can adapt to
your heeds, or, designs you can improve upon.
Thiols- a- real "first
In selecting the material f51
for your home, you will find
.... t' :t:A I t
our experience xii uooioiuii, i
other hpmebuildera of helpful IW S&Sfz.
With you building is a
a-lifetime affair, with us our
daily bread and butter. You
niight as well get the benefit of
our advice. Let us "put our heads
together" so that you will have
n borne tbat vou and the whole
town will be proud of.
nna vnn will PtllOV StUUVinR.
11 V wv
Vnn mnv bave one free.
get one for you. Ask
we 11 do it.
W. W. BIRGE CO.
WHERE will you be when the
live Men of 1915 stnrt in
their Spring Suit procession?
The new season's Suit review is
starting right now and some Men
will be at the head of it and some
will be behind!
There is a pride in this Store to
have the Best-dressed Customers in
Wo are asking these patrons
buy their New Spring Suits now, so
that no Man we dress shall ever be
in the rear rank of anything.
. Our Spring Fashions are, as al
ways, "a little ahead of the next."
We've Conservative or Extremely Smart
Many handsome new fabrics this Spring,
of choice colorings.
$15, $20, $25 to $27.50
You'll find iireat dilhculty m
Our .Values at Our low
- o -
Don't think you can do it!
Mrs. E N. McNamar, of Paxton,
camo down yesterday to visit friends.
Miss Hancock, of Oklahoma City,
arrived liero Saturday to tako a posi
tion as trimmer in the McVicker mil
P. W. Rinckor was called i to St.
Paul, Neb.'bya telegram announcing
tho serious illness of his 'brallicY, who
has been engaged in business In that
place for many years.
Tho Larson Bros, who havo been
conducting a skating rink tor sev
.cral months will closo tho rink to-
mnrmw nvMilnir nnd move to Grand
Island where they reAl3r rjKdojlE.
. Tho hospital tea held Friday after
noon at fJh.Ojhome, of rLIr. Wr fr-tyP-;
loney was largely attended and a "nice
lunch was served. These teas se,em
to bo growing id popularity, the
money obtained therefrom being de
voted to purchasing needed articles
for -the -Good SamaritianHospltal...
Cards havo been received In thl3
city announcing tho marriago pi, M, his
Jennie Lynn and Olda N. Sebastian
at El Centro, Calif., recently. Mr. Se
bastian is a brother of J. E Sebastian,
of this city and made his home hero'
two years ago and was a member of
tho local B. P. 0. E. At present he
Is in tho real estate business at El
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Dr. W. J. Redfleld property on west
Ninth street, to Frank Bretzer, consld
Dr. J. S. Twlnem property on south
Maplo street to Hattle A. Snow, con
Tho above sales were made through
tho C. F. Temple Agency. 18t2
thii-ty-two page hook of
and interior viev6 of
You may find the very
aid" to the intending
For additional city and county news
soo extra pngoe.
Insurance of every known kind.
V. I'. Temple. 18(2
B. A. Caling, of Gothenburg, is In
Inwn tmlnv f rniiBurtlnir business 1111(1
A hospital tea will bo given at tho
homo of Mrs. Guy Swopc, 510 cost
Fifth street, Friday aftornoon.
Miss Theo Schwaigcr, who 1b teach
ing in tho Havclock cchools will spend
Easter with her parents In this city.
H. L. Cochran, county surveyor, has
been . notified of his appointment as
stato britgo inspector, a position
that is connected with tho olllcb
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Buckley who havo
beon residing In Santo Domingo for
somo timo liavo loft for Now York
and aro enrouto homo to visit tho lat
tcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bratt,
of tho Btato engineer. As tho duties
of tho olllco would tako considerable
of Ills time, perhaps to tho neglect of
tho county survoyorshlp, and as it is
not a high salaried ofllco, Mr. Cochran
baa not decided whether ho will ac
An '"order was received from U. V
headquarters in Omaha requiring that
all porsons who seek employment with
tho Union Pacific must show that they
havo been vaccinated within throo
years, or if not they must bo vaccinal
cd before being employed.
U001) CLEAN COAL
AND SERVICE TOO
The W. C .T. U. will bo held at
Mrs. Sanford Hartman's homo nt 310
west Sixth street next Tuesday after
noon, from four to flvo thirty. Mrs.
Adolaid Rood, stato organizer, will bo
with us. Sho has recently organized
three unions on tho Burlington be
tween Grand Island and Alliance.
A, special car with a "North Platte
Valley 1 Homcseekors' Association"
banner on tho side was attached to
tho branch train this morning.
Gen'l Manager Ware, Supt. Jcffors
and other officials camo up from Om
aha this morning and went up tho
branch on a trip of inspection. They
will return tonight.
For nddltlonaholty and county news
isee extra pageB
Tho people of Arthur county ore
advocating tho voting of bbrtds ad . a
bonus to .hayp the Union Pacific build
west froni Ctapleton to Arthur, th5
county seat. There Is also a feeling
In McPhorson countw thrlt such' a
move should be made. It is ques
tinnnhle. however, if both counties
can vote bonus in a sumcieni aum
in in iiinA thn nirilon Pacittc to ex-
tend tho road from Stapleton to
Arthur, a distance of about sixty miles
through tho sandhills.
Removal Notice t
Tho Hat Shon has been, transferred
to tho second floor of Tho Leador. Our
new doDartmont Is now completed and
wo have on dtsnlay a largo assort-
ment of excluslvo models for spring,
and summer wear. Lot us sshow you
our vaules before deciding on your
nnrinir millinery. McVlcker's Mllll-
nnrv. at Tho Leader. 10t3
Tho Matter's Voice.
"We have come." said the chnlrmnn-
of the committee, "to nsk you to take
this nomination. The city iicwih a
uan like you-Htroni,'. mv fc. suir miuiu.
seir relinut. ownuiK no immi-r. u-uniiB
The great nun u-as visibly to,ub,d. I
TMi not duuv." said be. 'that your
.mil wnnla linvo Hhakeii inv resolution,
i fminf Hint if i ir pi . l mnv usury
vour conlldence and prove that I am
Indeed strong, brave, self reliant: tlmf
I own no master and fear no mm
Suppose yon wait a minute til) '
If inv wife'lll let me nvptr -iew
Coarts and Fine.
The Oner tU Uaturo the more (laws
will It show through the clenrness of
u. i i..mS ...V
seen In Uieir uest lorm. xue "..u
grass grows well and strongly ono
year with another, but the wheat Is
by reason of its greater nobleness Uu-
ble to a bitter blight.
"if my little brother Willie ever gets
lost Tve can easily find him." said small
"Uow, pray?" queried tho visitor.
tt'0 Pnt n strnwlwrrv trndnmark on
his right arm," was tho reply. Chicago
Ono timo n man asked tho poet
Longfellow bow to bo healthy, nnd
this is tho nnswer he received:
Joy, temperance nnd rcposo
tilnm the door on tlio doctor's nose.
Tho word "lieutenant" menus, liter.
ally, "holding tho place," Thus a lieu
tenant colonel holds tbe place of a
Cmio nnd Jllllct , Seed For Sale.
Blue Ambor fodder cano and Ger
man millet seed for sale
' We Have Never Shown
More Charming Wooltex Tailored
Than these Advance Spring Mocks now displayed
rTTM-lE picture shows just one of the many smart new sui
I scnting the correct style features, many of which are it
by models brought from Paris where Paquin, Douc
Kir mnrlnla l-rnuihf. from Fans where raquin, uoucct ana,.
Bernard have produced splendid styles notwithstanding the war s
handicap. Many of these effects arc reproduced in the new
Wooltex suits andj:oats now on exhibition.
S Suit No. IT09 v
ON! ART looting tuit adapteJ
J from l'aquln model The
poeLct (lap, let diagonally, ate
outlined by ctotcly act buttoni.
Hoiling cellar forma taba that
button' down onto the jacktt.
New circular skirt, yole
trimmed to eorrcpond with
pockets oil Jacket. f(fi
The 'StoWlaat Sells
i - -.j lOIM-y Tim II. IllaiU Co., (tutt-md riJM l 1
,, II lllllMllllljj A
i I in i I 1 1 i i 1 1 i "'
Tlie annual mecung oi, mo muiuui
I ti i
miumng anu loan association win uu
hold In tho association buldlng next
Saturday evening. Tiiroc uireciors are.
to bo elected, anu tno tweny-cignin
annual Btatment In prlntcu form will
There aro now auoui suu biockhoiu
era In tho association, wlitv carry 7,127
shares. Tho assets of tho association
aro ?C94,583.39, and slnco Its organl-
zatlon loans aggregating nenrly ono
and one-half million dollara havo boon
I'M oio mjicno jinrgiuiiN.
640 acres Mcl'horson county, i.bu
p0r acre. Bettor go this quick,
4go acres, good houso nnd buildings,'
5 50 acre
...n . ,.,, nnBtre. $7.00
ir-.l ..1nnn ,,,! Unal nnlllnnml
" " """" 11
"uao m meiui, iUU.D,
ojd. G14 west Mfth.
two Hiory uricK huuhiubh uiuun.
22xGC, nt G03 Dewey.
Five room house, full corner lot, G20
west 9th. Cheap.
Soo mo for terms and prices.
J. F. CLABAUGII, Solo Agent.
Room 4. Ford Garago.
In tho declamatory contest hold at
.. ... ,.-, nmiitorlum Frldav
-., whIch waa attended by nearly
auu people, iibh ivum.y uuimuu
first honors and will represent North
Platto at tho contest to bo lield In
Gothenburg. Miss Hlnmnn's solection
was of tho humorous class. The
ntiinrn who nartlclnated in the con
. . ,.,
Mian ricwirrrln ITayIa wtin
& golccUon from Ivanhoo , and
,, ...,. nrniin
eorgo iuuuiVuu, Uu b.
Soldier's Soliloquy." Both thoso lat
ter were very good, notwithstanding
they were presented after but a fow
FollowlnK tho contest tho audience
WI1 nntortatnnd with storonticon pic
turcs an( readlng from ..Til0 Ancient
,.,m, Tir n..i,nnii na thn
operator and Major Whito as reader,
an act of minstrelsy, a Blue Beard
Castle, fortune tellers nnd other fea
Thin fiiitortalnmont netted about
eighty dollars, which will bo used In
defraying expenses of tho Junior-Sen
lor banquet to bo given In May.
Miss Lllllo Bechon has resumed
I 1- i rll.. nnnfAnflnnnpv nf.
j tqr'ft two weeks' vacation.
WE arc particularly gratified in showing
and selling Wooltex garments because
they possess the double virtue so unusual in
women's ready-to-wear garments of combin
ing fashionable styles and colorings with,
quality and workmanship of the highest
We always know that the customer who
purchases a Wooltex coat or suit will be pcr-
mancntly .satisfied with the garment bought,
and we arc anxious 'that you should come and
look through this Wooltex collection while
they arc fresh and new and while possession
is so much more enjoyable than it- will be
ilater, when the new fashions become more
i Wooltex garments arc absolutely correct
in style but never extreme. They delight the
purchaser when first worn because of their
elegance of materials, their refinement, their
, superb lines and the splendid tailoring which
not only makes them good-fitting, but insures
permanence to the shapeliness of the
The new Wooltex suits arc shown in many
beautiful models at $25, $30 and $35.
Wooltex coats, $16.50, $20 and $25.
mean solid comfort satisfying in
looks, warmth, cleanness and per
manence. Easily and quickly put
Use Beaver Board instead of lath
and plaster in home, office or store.
Aok us for sample and information
Coates Lumber &
Miss Tllllo Kosbau has resigned her
position In tho ten cent store.
M,rs. J. II. Donegan returned Sun-
lay evening from a visit in Omaha
Mrs. A. F. Lowoll and Bon Harry
camo homo, Saturday fnfm Denver
whero they spent last week.
The Kent IncvcHtnient 1h a Lifo Pol
icy lu tlio Now York Mutual.
J1KATT & GOODMAN, Agents.
Mrs. Georgo Glbba and baby ro-
turned Sunday ovcnlng from an ex
tended visit In York with relatives.
Miss Mario Martini, of Omaha, is
spending this week with tho Donegan
family and other relatives In town.
Mrs. Luke Kelly returned to Kear
noy Sunday, having boon tho guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boylo for ten days.
Miss GJadys Hall closed a success
ful term of school Friday In ono of
tho rural districts south of tho rlvor.
Mrs. Elinor Coatee has return od
from Lincoln whoro sho has been
taking medical treatment In a sani
tarium. THK GltANW HOTEL
Now open for business at 310 cast
Front street. James Kumelos, prop.
"l'JBH Is I'Ikh." '
Ono million Gorman pigs hay beon
blllotted, on tho civilian population
of Belgium, Tho pigs must, po fed
and that in part by tho Belgians
without distinction as to wlitcji class
must perform thlq service. Ono of tho
wealthiest Inhabitants of Bolglura ha3
boon compelled to tako twelve hogs
on what ho stylps "reduced ratos by
tho wheat." Ilia poorest neighbors
havo at least ono pig 'to a family.
For somo timo thoro has been r.oports
of a shortago of fodder In Germany,
whoreas tho amount in Belgium 13
nearly normal. Henco tho importa
tion of tho swlna
Bolglums aro concorncd lost tho
presence of tho pigs result in a furthoi
doplotlon of tho already scanty sup
ply of food necessary for tho pcoplo.
Mrs. Frank Zimmer returned Sun
day from a month's visit In Colorado
Tor tlio Stomach nnd Liver.
I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y
writes: "I havo used Chamberlain's
Tablets for dlsordors of tho stomach
and liver off and on for tho pqst flvo
years', and It affords mo pleasure to
stato that I havo found them to be
Just as represented. They aro mild In
their action and tho results havo been
satisfactory. I valuo them highly."
For salo by all dealors, tt
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