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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JUNE 4, 1915.
iOCAL AND PEItSOXAL
Tho.Rowqpa Clrclo wilt meet next
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. E. M.
The Zenda dancing club held one of
their enjoyable dancing parties at the
Masonic hall Wednesday evening.
Crowe's orchestra furnished tho music.
Pat Hagcrty was struck In the forc-
land, Is in town today Investigating! head during a ball game tho first of the
motive power conditions. V0? by a, foul bal1 whlcl1 broke h,s
, I glasses and caused n painful Injury to
Mrs. Frater leaves next week for a x3 rignt ey0i
proiracu visu wun menus in the
eastern part of tho state.
Mrs. W. V. Hoagland returned yes-
Charley Shin, tho Jap who lives on
the J. C. Wilson farm In Hinman pre
cinct, bought two Hereford bull calves
T16"0,10.81.11' of John McConnel at Somerset this
IV11UCU u luccimg UJ. UID UUUeKUU UU
Miss Myrtle Beclcr, a student at the
week, paying $400 for tho two.
It was reported last evening that
state unlvorslty, arrived home this : four lnches of ra,u fel1 ln tho Sut"
morning to spend tho summer vaca-1 erl,and sectlon yesterday afternoon.
tjon ;This was followed by another rain later
iL ,.. t In the evening.
imss uea iiaruin jeit lor nor nomo
in Utica, Neb., this mosning. Sho
tls next week, where she will servo as
an instructor in tho Frantier county
For Sale Cheap, used light 4-cylln-1
der auto truck. Fully equipped. This
car Is offered for sale by manufactur
er. F. "W. CloWn, care Tribune office.
Mrs. Milton Doollttle, of Long
Beach, Cal., who has been visiting
friends, in Illinois for several weeks,
will arrive in North Platte next Thursday.
taught school in Big Springs tho past
year, and stopped over hero for a few
days to visit Mrs. E. A. Garlichs.
To bo moved at once. A three room
houso and several sheds, miscellane
ous umber and building material. Lo
cated on block with Gas Plant.
North Patto Light & Power Co., "
39tf C. It. Moroy, Mgr.
Miss Jane dishing is spending this
week with relatives ln Denver.
Miss Mario LoDioyt entertained n
number of young ladies at a six o'clock
dinner last evening ln honor of Misses
Evelyn Doran and Nellie Dlctrlck. of
Sidney, who nrc visiting friends in
As soon as the roads get In better
shapo Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilson will
leave on an auto trip to points In
eastern Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri.
They will bo absent about six weeks.
In tho concert at the Keith this ev
ening the talent will bo Miss Reb
liausen, pianist, Miss Williams, vocal
soloist and Miss Shnrplcss, reador. In
addition Miss Trovlllo will sing two
numbers and Paul Harrington two.
Herman LeDioyt and It. E. Biggs
left yesterday for Kansas City to nt-'
tend a meeting of tho B. of It. T.
Rob Gantt is homo from tho state
university to spend tho summer vaca
tion. Light showers Wednesdoy afternoon
nnd a rather heavy rain yesterday af
ternoon and another one last night
tends to delay still longe tho harvest
of the first cutting of alfalfa, and tho
planting of corn in tho valley.
Miss Mario Von Gootz, principal of
tho schools nt West Paint, has return
ed home for the summer vacation.
Lost Yesterday ln the vicinity of
the 000 block on east Fifth, a baby
push cart. Finder pleaso return to
90S east Fifth street or notify.
On account of washouts on tho Lincoln-Denver
line, the Bmllngton Is
detourlng trains from Omaha to Den
ver over tho Union Pnclllc today.
Mrs. M. H. Douglas arrived homo
this morning from Cleveland, Ohio,
whero sho had been nttcndlng tho con
vention of tho ladles' auxiliary to thd
Brotherhood of Loconiotlvo Engineers.
Mrs. Douglas was absent a month.
tWeather forecast for North Platto
ami vicinity: Unsettled tonight and
Saturday; showers Saturday; not
much chango In temperature. Highest
tcmporaturo yesterday GS, a year ago
91; lowest last night C3, a year ago
.MIRACULOUS KSCAl'K r03T
DKATII BY LIGHTNING
i! or 1 Lnrgo Modern rooms, heat,
bntli, electric light, gas, sultnblo for
offices or light housekeeping, In the
new Itrntt Building. See ..
IlKATX & GOODMAN.
Bert Brunk, of Myrtlo precinct, (md
tho most miraculous escape from
death by lightning Wednesday evening
that could possibly havo occurred. Ho
had been plnnttng corn and a sovero
storm coming up ho hitched a team
to the buggy and tied n horso on either
sldo of tho driving team. Ho had not
driven far when n bolt of lightning
deseonded, struck and killed tho four
horses, splintered overy spoko on tho
four wheels of tho buggy, and splinter
ed part of tho back of tho sent on which
Brunk was sitting. As tho horses
dropped dead In their traces, tho sud
den stop of tho buggy tTirow Brunk
over tho dash board down on tho
horses, and ho sustnlnod a bruised leg
by tho fall but othorwlso ho was un
hurt. Tho supposition Is that tho bolt
which struck tho horses also run
around tho tires of tho wheols, thus
splintering tho spokes, and tho cur
rent was conducted from tho tiros to
tho Iron 'rods on ho seat back, yet
failed to reach Brunk.
E. R. Goodman, who went out yes
terday to pay tho lnsuranco loss on
tho horses, viewed tho animals and
tho vehicle, and was nstoundeu,at tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Dolson nro visit
ing In Omaha this week.
Miss Margaret Keofo, of Slous City,
Is visiting hor brother, J. T. Kocfe.
Mrs. Zentmoyor, of Schuyler, is vis
iting hor son George Zcntmoyer and
Mrs. H. A. Lawhead pea'sanly en
tertained tho Entro Nous club Wed
Cyril Donegan returned Wednesday
from Lincoln whero ho Is attending
tho stnto university.
Lightning' Kills Horses
This Is to stato that I had four of
my work horsos killed by ltgtilnlng
last ovenlug whllo driving lu from
tho Hold whore I was plantintr corn
nnd that I havo had my loss adjusted
and claim of $000 paid to mo within
20 hours from tho timo tho horses
woro Idled. To receive settlement so
quickly and havo tho money lu my
pocket Is cortainly appreciated' and
to Brntt & Goodman who Insured mo
and paid tho loss I extend my thanks.
Juno 3rd, 1915.
IN FULL BLAST
Out of Business Sale!
$25,000 worth of Clothing,, JShoesHats and Furnishings for Men and Boys to be, sold in 14'dSys at less
than actual cost dlthe4mateidl. .
1 ' Going
Men's Suits & Overcoats
MSn's and Young Men's Suits, regular $12.50
values, Going Out of Business CD 7K
Sale Price $UiJ U
Men's and Young Men's Suits, regular $15.00
values, Going Out of Business CQ QQ
-Sale Price . $0iu0
Men's and Young Men's Suits, regular $20.00
values, Going Out of Business MQ
Sale Price j) IUi4G
Men's and Young Men's Suits, regular $25.00
value, Going Out of Business MQ 7R
Sale Price p I Oil J
Men's and Young Men's Suits, regular $30.00
values, Going Out of Business 01 C QO
Sale Price 0 lOiJU
V'ftuy Your Next Winter's Overcoat and Save
Men's and Young Men's Overcoats,
$15.00 Values, Going Out of
Business Sale Price
Men's and Young Men's Overcoats,
$25.00 values, Going Out of
Business Sale Price . .
Men's Pants, regular $1.50 values, Go- 70
ing Out of Business Sale Price . . . . I 0 b
Men's Pants, regular $2.50 values,
Going Out of Business Sale Price
Men's Pants, regular $3.50 Virtues,
Going Out of Business Sale Price.
Men's Pants, regular $5.00 values,
Going Out of Business Sale Price.
Men's Pants, regular $6.50 values,
Going Out of Busineses Sale Price
Boys' Suits & Knee Pants
33 Boys' Suits, regular $3.00 values, (M PQ
Going Out of Business Sale Price $ i .UJ
Boys' Suits, regular $5.00 values, fho QQ
Going Out of Business Sale Price tP&.uQ
Boys' Suits, regular $10 values, Cl QQ
Going Out of Business Sale Price iJrT. 30
Boys' Knee Pants, regular 75c values 07 n
Going out of business sale price . . . .0 I U
Boys' Knee Pants, regular $1 values, CQp
Going out of business sale price. . . .uUU
Boy's Knee Pants, regular $1.50 val- 7n
ue, going out of business sale. price. I Ju
Boys' Wash Suits
and Rompers, Sizes 2 to 6
Boys' Wash Suits, regular $1 values,
going' out of business sale price
Boys' Wash Suits, regular $1.50 valu
ue, going out pf business sale -price
Boys' Rompers, regular, 35c value
going out of business sale price
Boys' Rompers, regular 75c value
going out of business sale price. .
Boys' Wais.ts, regular 35c value,
going out of business sale price
Boys' Waists, regular 50c value,
Going out of business sale price
11 VJ Y V
Hats and Caps
1 lot of Men's Felt Hats worth up toCQ
$1.50, going out of business sale price JUL
Men's soft and stiff felt hats, regular $2.00
value, going out of business sale
Men's soft and stiff hats, regular $3.50 val
ue, going out of business sale M QO
price xjH tuO
Men's John B. Stetson hats, regular $5.00
value, going out of business sale
Men's Straw Hats, regular $1.50 val- 7Qft
ue-, going out of business sale price. .1 Ju
Men's "Straw Hats, regular $2 values(M 1Q
going out of business sale price . I . I u
Men's Straw Hats, regular $3 values(M 7Q
going out of business sale price. .$1 if
Men's genuine Panamas, regular $5.00 val
ues, going out of business sale (JJO QQ
Men's silk Summer Hats, regular 75c Q E -value,
going out of business sale priceOuG
Children's Rah-Rah hats, regular 75? 07 n
value, ging out of business sale priced I G
Garden Straw hats, regular 15c values, 7n
going out of business sale price . . . I C
Men's and Boys Caps, regular 50c val-. 1 Qn
ue, going out of business sale price lUG
Rend these prices on Neckwear, Hose, lluml
kcrchiufs, Suspenders nnd Collars
Men's Hose, regular 10c values, going fl
ing out of business sale price .... t-G
Men's Hose, regular 25c values, going 1 i n
out of business sale price 1 1 G
Men's Hose, regular 35c values, going 17
out of business sale price '. . k. . 1 1 u
Men's Neckwear, regular 25c and 35c 17p
value goin gout of business sale price lib
Men's Neckwaer, regular 50 and 75e HQ
value going out of business sale priceOwG
Red and Blue Handkerchiefs, regular 10c On
value, going out of business sale price 0G
Men's white Handkerchiefs, regular 10c 0n
value, going out of business sale price ub
Men's white Handkerchiefs regular 15c Pp
valued going out of business sale price Uu
Men's Suspenders, regular 25c value. 1Qn
going out of business sale price . . . I UU
Our entire slock of Silver Urn ml collars will
be placed on sale nt l)c ench.
1 a i i i
Men's Shirts and Underwear
Men's Dress Shirts, regular 75c val- QQ
ues, going out of business sale price. uOG
Men's Dress Shirts, regular $1 value, "in
going out of business sale price ....tub
Men's Dress Shirts, regular $1.50 and $2.00
values, going out of business sale M 1Q
price $ 1 . 1 3
Men's Work Shirts, regular 50 and 75c 07 n
valuegoing out of business sale price u i U
Men's Union Suits, regular 75c vahifc Q7p
going out of business sale price ... .Of b
Men's Union Suits, regular $1 value PQ
going out of business sale price . . . .Uub
Men's Shirts and Drawers, regular 35c 1 Q i
value going out of business sale price I OC
Men's Shirts and .Drawers, regular 75c. QQn
value going out of business sale price 0 UG
Men's Pajamas, regular $2.50 value, 01 1Q
going out of business sale price . 1 . 1 J
Men's Overalls, regular 50c value,
going out of business sale price . ,
Men's Overall, celebrated Penn & Fitz 70 n
brand, going out of business sale price! "0b
100 Ladies' Umbrellas, regular 75c val-nnp
ues, going out of business sale price Cult
Ladies' Silk Hose, regular 35c val- 17p
ue, going out of business sale price 1 1 b
Ladies' Silk Hose, regular 75c value 1Cn
going out of business sale price . . . .UOG
Small siz.Q$iraw suit cases, regular 35c
values, going; put of business ' 1Q.
. sale price 3G
Largo size Straw Suit Cases, regular $1.50
value, going out of business sale 7Q
Men's Canvas Gloves, extra good qual- M n
ity, going out of business sale price . . .4-G
Men's gauntlet canvas gloves, regular 15c7n
value, going out of business sale price. TC
Men's Leather Work Gloves, regular 75c
value, going out of business sale nh
price . .00G
Men's Leather Work Gloves, regular $1.00
value, going out of business sale Pfi
Entire Stock of Trunks, Suit Cnses nnd Hand
lings, will bo sold nt about 50 per cent off
tho rcgulnr price.
Men's, Boys' and
Men's Shoes, regular $3.00 values (M QQ
going out of business sale price. I lOO
Men's Shoes, regular $3.50 values, tff) QQ
going out of business sale price. .i)Z.&d
Men's Shoes, regular $4.00 value On QQ
going out of business sale price. .4)i.u0
Men's Shoes, regular $5.00 value flJO OQ
going out of business sale price.
Boys' Shoes, sizes 11 to 2, regular $2.00
value, going out of business . , ..(M QQ
sale price I.UU
Boys Shoes, sizes 2y2 to 0, regular $1.35
value, going out -of business sale fj(J
Barefoot Sandals, sizes' 8 vi to "ll, regular
$1.35 value, going out of business tin
sale price QgG
Barefoot Sandals, sizes 11 to 2, regular
$1.05 value, going out of business nn
sale price 03 G
LOOK FOR THE BIG RED CANVAS FRONT
Railroad fare refunded on purchases of $20 or over. Store for Rent, Fixtures for Sale, including Show
Cases, Wall Cases, Shelving, Safe, Etc. SALE LASTS 14 DAYS ONLY. -
Go., North Platte, Neb.
CHICAGO SALVAGE CO., MANAGERS.
TO THE PUBLIC
t No misrepresentation or the slight- j(3
est exaggeration has been permitted Cfe
anu in substantiation ot tins we cive Mr-
.1 r n ... 0 f
uie lonowing positive guarantee
throughout this sale. "Goods ex
changed or money refunded if pur
chase is unsatisfactory."
H. SCO0N0VER & CO.
Chicago Salvage Co., Mgrs.
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