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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1915)
CITY AND COUNT!' NEWS
Buying Clothing is
Easy for Yon
You quickly dclcnnino you
mil a CLOTH CRAF1' suit after
you have looked at it and tried
it on. The style, efTeet and the
appearance of ihe suit upon you
induces you to buy it.
The style is so clear and is in
harmony with your appearance
and form that it creates good
appearance and good looks.
The comfortable . feeling in
wearing CLOTH CRAFT is the
result of the designing, the mak
ing and the knowledge of how
clothing should look when worn.
Style goes all thru, including
the exclusive patterns in neat
stripes, Tartan "checks, large
plaids, dark and light grey, plain
effects, serges, worsteds in neat
checks everthing that you want
in any color, shade and pattern in
worsteds, cassimeres and cheviots.
Greater satisfaction will be had
this" season than ever before in
these newer suits.
Seeing la believing, of
course. Suppose you
drop in today and seo for
is in these Prices
$15 to $18.50
Notico our show win
dow for a few styles at
j. b. Mcdonald.
THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
For Sale A No. 1 ,Cano and Millet
seed. , S. Workman. 21-G
Tho infant child of Mr and Mrs.
Bon McMlchael la reported qulto 111".
Tho Yeomen kenslngton will meet
this afternoon with Mrs. T. Kerr.
Tho small daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A J. Frazier la on tho sickHst this
Deputy Sheriff Uoy Wilson was vis
iting hlfl parents in Sutherland over
J. G. Don and M. F Iloaleroxpcct
to leave tills evening for BxStor. to
spend two da'ys at a shoot.' s
Mrs. Agnes Iloyor Is In Omaha this
week attending tho stute ponvcntlon of
tho Ladles of tho Maccabees.
Henry Well loft yostordny morning
for his homestead out In Arthur
county to got ready for summor
Thoso souvenir stato spoons nt the
ten cent store soli very rapidly. Many
mall ardors for them arc being re
ceived. Mrs. Edwlna Sclmtz loft Sunday
uvenlng for Omaha uftor visiting In
tho city for a short ttmo at tho A. A.
A. II. Forrell, who lias been making
his homo In town, will move this week
to Wallaco precinct, wlioro ho will
cngago In farming.
Julius PJtj is somawhat indis
posed this week, duo to a fall he ro
colvcd on tho sidewalk Tuesday of
last week In which his arm and sldo
Win. Adalr Is visiting friends In
Kearney and will soon return to this
city. Ho can now get around without
tho aid of crutches.
M 12. Scott, of tho Platte Valley
stato bank, left Sunday evening for
Oinnha and Lincoln tv spend a few
days on a business trip.
Commencing May 1st a night ser
vlco in tho telcphono oillco at Brady
will bo inaugurated If it proves Bat
is factory it will bo mado pormanent.
It will bo fifty years tomorrow 'night
10:20 o'clock to bo exact when Jj
Wilkes Booth osshssinated President
Lincoln in tho Ford theatre in Wash
Fanndrs along tho Platto river in
Buffalo county aro complaining that
tho wild geese, which aro unusually
plentiful aro destroying their fields of
II. Covor, who lived at Brady from
1S80 to 1909, died last week at Cald
well, Idaho. Tho remains were
brought to Brady) and tho funeral
F. O. IIoxIc, of Ogalalla, accom
panied his wlfo and son down from
that placo Sunday evening and loft
yostorduy morning for Gothenburg to
look after some matters of business.
Tho county commlsssloners met yes
torday to transact business. Commis
sioner Sprlngor from Brndy and Her-
mliiBliauscn woro Present but Mr,
Whlto did not put In his appearance
The city counoll will meet this
ovonlng in tho library building to
canvass tho vote of tho city election
hold Inst week. Tho mooting wns
scheduled for hiBt ovunlng but was
later put off until this ovonlng.
The original hammer-poof
If we were to tell you of all the abuse Chi-Namel
Varnish will stand withont being ruined, we wouldn't
expect you to believe us. But we're here to show you
any day in the week, that hard knocks cannot make
white spots on Chi-Namel or cause it to flake off.
20c per can and up.
STONE DRUG STORE
W. It. Durbank, president and gen
eral manager of the new Fontnnelle
Hotel in Omaha, died of heart failuro
Saturday night. lie had been 111 for
several weeks due to str&in Incident
to opening tho new hotel.
Mr, and Mrs. T. L. Green and daugh
ter Kathcrlne arrived In tho city Sun
day evening from Chicago whoro thoy
have boon making their homo for tho
pafit few months. Mr Qreon loft yes
terday" morning for Scolts Bluff where
he has a bowling alley.
Whllo driving In the country Sun
day afternoon George Wolnborg, har
bor for Carson & Landgraf, got stalled
In a mud hole with his Ford. lie had
some tfme getting, pulled out and
was not In the best frame of mind
CLASS IS PROGRESSING
$50.00 for a Fine
U P WATCH Diamond Ear Rings U P watch
All members of tho Twentieth Cen-
ury club aro urged to bo present at the
gonoral meeting this evening at seven
o'clock sharp ns there is Important
business to bo transacted, Tho meet
ing must bo finished by eight o'clock
as tho city council meets at that hour
Mrs. J. G. Bceler, Pros.
Geo. II. Culllnan of Arthur, spent
yeserday In town and made Tho
Tribune a call. lie says that the
homesteaders, who took a five months
leavo of absence during tho winter,
aro now returning to their claims
Coming down from Arthur ho met
eight of these homesteaders, each hav
ing a team and wagon, and several
head of cattle.
J. L. Mcintosh of Sidney, spent yes
terday in town. Ho enmo down tp
investigate tho local electric plant and
pick up Information that might bo ap
plied to tho now municipal plant
which Sidney will build, tho contract
having been let last month. Mr. Mc
intosh visited with a number of busi
ness men whom he has known for
Tho Federal league bpened Sunday
and tho American and tho National
leagues opened yesterday. Tho base
ball bugs will now havo plenty to
discuss at there several meeting
places and the si'ort writers will lay
off years of ago and onco more be
como young boys, the' result of tho
decrcaso In the task of keeping the
sports columns runnlgpvcr'With Juicy
Trainmen coming down from Chey
enne report that a man was killed
thero Sundny by Jumping from a
moving train. Tho man evidently lost
his mind as ho had been sleeping In
his borth who lio suddenly got up and
ran to tho rear and Jumped off
striking on his bend. Ho lived but a
few hours. Quito 'a number of people
havo been temporarily unbalanced by
tho high altitude.
Charles Turner, portor In tho Reb
hausen shop, experienced qulto an ex
citing runaway Sunday afternoon
when his team becamo frightened at
an automomhllo Tho horses aro both
young and qulto unbroken and Mr.
Turner had them out for exercise. As
ho passed tho bungalow a car started
and tho team ran. They struck a tree
and broko looso from tho wagon. Mr.
Turner proved qulto an iTthleto, get
ting out of tho wagon In less time
that It takes to tell It.
Federal Gamo Warden Holland
arrived In tho city Saturday,
much to tho discomfort of somo of
tho spring enthusiasts Ho hails from
Atchison, Knns., and states that while
ho was onco an urdont duck hunter
ho is now hunting vlolntors of tho law
with equal ardor. Ho arrested two
men near Maxwell last week, but re-1
fused to glvo their names, stating
that ho was not permitted to make1
ho names public. He also stopped
four men near this city who had
guns but no birds.
The wireless telegraphy class In
the high school under the instruction
of Prof E. H. Flowers is rapidly mnk-'
lug progre and the twenty members '
of tho class have succeeded in in- '
stalling several stations In the city.
Tills class wns started Inst winter.
An entortnlnment was given by the
high school students In January and
the proceeds from that went toward
purchasing needed equipment for thin
branch of study. Slnco that tlmo the
pupils havo become qulto proficient
both as operators and as manufactur
ers, making their own equipment.
Thrco ovenlngs each week is de
voted to the study. Tho boys meet
with Mr. Flowers in his shop at his
home and thore with the machinery
he has thoy have made nearly nil tho
apparatus thoy now have. They havo
two completely equipped stations and
thrco more nearly completed. In ad
dition to theso they re building sev
eral more in different parts of the
city. Every Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday evening the boys work on the
equlppment, making what Is needed
for tho different stations.
Saturday the boys placed a largo
aerial at tho homo of Mr. Flowers.
This will make It much more easy to
transmit the air waves to tho other
station. Tho tower stands fifty feet
high and was constructed entirely by
the boys with Mr. Flowers' assistance.
About 20 miles south of North Platte
on WellHeet road lady's leather hand
bag containing about $18, pair of
glasses in case and other articles.
Finder return to office of Sebastian &
Hollman Doollttlo building and re
ceive ?5.00 reward,
Considerable jnterest is manifested
in tho new county of Arthur on the
proposition of voting bonds. It is
said that th6se furthering tho move
ment havo assurance that Logan and
McPherson counties on tho east and
Garden and Merrill counties on the
west would drop in line were they at
all encouraged. This is the project
of tho extension of the Union Pacific
from Stapleton to Northport through
The recent opening of the North
Platto Forest ' Reserve has brought
many hundreds oL.peopleinto Arthur
and Grant .counties, a hurtling horde
of pioneer 'citizens who seem bent on
developing the country of their choice
and who seem determined to have
with tho rest of the modern conven
iences a railroad.
Thousands of acres of virgin prairie
lands throughout Arthur and Grant
counties hitherto untouched by plow
or disk aro being converted Into rich
fields of alfalfa and stock is being
brought In to eat It.
The business eyo of the Union Pa
cific is turned toward this great
stretch of country Just in tho infancy
of its development and ere long the
proposition of bonds will be heard by
them with a great deal of interest.
Let ns help you plan
That's Our Business
Tho town of Kinmball, which cast
110 votes in tho election last Tues
day Is making arrangements to Pave
four blocks of its business street.
Evidently a lot of North Platto ought
to go tq Kimball and becomo inoc
ulated with tho booster spirit. Think
of it, a town of less than 700 people
with paved streets while North
Platto with G.000" inhabitants dtlly
dally from year td year on tho paving
proposition because it will cost each
property owner a few moro cents in
taxes each year.. It begins to look as
though North Platto's progresslveness
is a more boast and not a reality.
Tho stork visited tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. E H. Flowers Sunday morn
ing and deposited a fine eight-pound
boy. Mother and child are both doing
nicely and Mr. Flowers is qulto proud
Walls 0 Ceilinds
menn solid comfort satisfying in "a0'lQ
looks, warmth, cleanness and per- -T
manence. Easily and quickly put I
Use Beaver Board instead of lath
and plaster in home, office or store.
Ask us for sample and information
Coates Lumber &
(I AT '
C. M. NEWTON'S
1915 Patterns Are In.
Larger Stock Than Ever.
Last Year's Papers go at
Double Roll Regardlfess of
C. M. NEWTON,
North Platte, Neb.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The First National Bank
KORTU PLATTE, XJ3I3RsSIs.
Member Federal Reserve Bank System.
CAPITAL AxD SURPLUS:
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
STABILITY, EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE H
HA YE BEEN THE FACTORS IN THE GROWTH OF THIS
BANK, AND THE SAME CAItEFUL ATTENTION IS GIYEN TO
SMALL ACCOUNTS AS IS GIYEN TO LARGE BALANCES.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
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Mutual Building & Loan Association
of North Platte, Nebraska.
Have plenty of money on hands to close loans
Will loan on North Platte City property for
building purposes or to assist its members in buy
ing homes or paying off mortgages. The monthly
payments on $10oO0O loan are on principal $5.00
and interest $6.00 or $11:00 in all and on other
sums in proportion
CLOSING OUT SALE
P & 0 Badger & New Century Cultivators
each $27 and upward.
Grand Island Hog Fencing, Barbs top and
26 inches high, stays 6 inches a part 27c
Electric Weld Fencing same size 26c per
Field and Lawn Woven Wire Fencing and
Poultry netting at cost.
Gasoline Engines 11-2 U. P. mounted on
Trucks $40 each.
Bargains in Cream Separators, Sharpless
Tubular $50, Jersey $40, Bluebell $35,
Hardware and Stoves at low prices.
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