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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1915)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., AUGl'ST 3, 1915.
Ford Cars will Sell in North Platte as follows:
Five Passenger Touring $473.75
tales will be Enormous, Delivery a Little Slow for a Time. Let us Have You Order at Once.
Cor 4th & Dewey HENDY
AUTO CO., NORTH PLATTE.
CITY AND COUNTY NEIVS
Miss Nina Vou Doran spent Saurday
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson, of
Ogden, arc expected1 this jweek to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles McL'ane.
Mrs. Herman LeDioyt and family,
who visited relatives in Paxtou for
two weeks, returned home Sunday ev
ening. Judge Grimes, W. T. Wilcox and J.
J. Halligan spent the week, end as
guests at the Mort Smith ranch near
Edward Luby has accepted a posi
tion with the Union Pacific Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sandall, who
spent last week in Omaha, have re
Miss Dorothy Whelpy, of Fremont,
is visiting at the home of Judge and
Mrs. H. M. Grimes.
Best Cane Granulated Sugar $6.G0 a
sack at Wilcox Department Store.
The Mothers' Club met at the home
of Mrs. John Murphy Saturday even
ing and attended the Keith theatre in
a body. After the "pictures they were!
served "with refreshments at the North '
Platte Candy kitchen.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the B. of
R. T. will hold a Kensington at the
home of Mrs. Carl Bonner tomorrow
Master Dwlght Davidson, of Pine
Bluffs, who was the guest of his uncle,
Ira Weidman and wife, returned home
Rev. Mooro and wife, of Oklahoma
City, who spent two months here with
their son, Harry Moore and wife, left
for home last evening.
Masters Charles and Donald Yost,
who visited the Shindlo family at
Lowelltfn for Wo weeks, returned
home last evening.
While in New York Mr. Block, in company with two
other buyers, purchasod the entire surplus stock of
one oi the largest waist concerns in the country, Shen
Bros., of 566 Broadway, New York, and they are
placed on sale at Block's Ladies' Outfitting Store
TUESDAY, AUGUST 3.
LOOK AT OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
WAISTS OF ALL KINDS.
Crepes, China Silks, Voiles, Lawns and Organdies.
NOTE THE PRICES:
Values from $2.
up to $4.00
OTHERS PRICED PROPORTIONATELY LOW.
This is your opportunity to secure THIS SEASON'S CREATIONS AT LESS THAN
ONE-HALF THEIR ACTUAL VALUE.
Also a large assortment of White Skirts, including QO
large sizes, extraordinary values at - - - tOL
Ask to See Our Fall Suits.
Ladies" Outfitting Store
Schleicher Hound Over
In u justice court nt Brady yester
day. Ben Sloicher, a well known res
ident of that section, was bound over
to the district court on tho charge
Tho complaining witness Is a wom
an named Schmidt, somo twenty-live
years old, who lives near Brady.
Bond for his appearance in tho dis
trict court was furnished.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Sale Garage. Phone BlacK
Values from $4.00 I
up to $6.U0 p
July Hrailis Record
Last month was a record breahcr
for low temperature; never before
since the establishment of the local
u S. weather bureau forty-one years
ago, have we had a July so cool. The
average temperature for the month
is 711.0 degrees, but last month It was
G9 degrees and In July, 1014, It was
Tho rainfall during the month was
4. GO inches, as compared Willi a 'littlo
over one-hnlf inch in July, 1914.
The excess of precipitation since
January 1st. as compared with the
average year, Is 11.07 Indies.
Preliminary Hearing Today
Tho preliminary hearing of Warren
SOulcs and Wm. Beatty, Jr., charged
with cattle stealing, with C. I. III11 as
tho complaining witness, will take
place today in the county court.
Sheriff Salisbury was In Brady yes
terday and subponned twenty-ono wit
nesses who are expectcu to give evi
dence In the case, nbout half of them
for the prosecution, the remalnd r for
In addition to these witnesses a
score or more other Brady residents
aro here as spectators, and the vil
lage is therefore well represented in
Tho rainfall during the past week
has been as follows: July 27th .20
inch, 2Sth, 01 inch, 29 th l.I'.O inches,
:!lst 1.03 inches, August 1st 1.25 inch
es. Corn, notwithstanding there has
been a lack of hot weather, Is grow
ing very rapidly. It is genornlly con
sidered that If killing frost is dolnycd
ton days later than usual Lincoln
eountys corn crop will bo consider
ably above tho average.
See our Pall display of advance
styles In Suits. Block's.
C'y Russell sent his two threshing
outfits In the country last week, one
between the rivers, the oilier over on
tho south side, and expected to be
gin operations, but the rains lntor
ferred with running the outfits, but
as soon as the shocks dry out tho
machines will hum.
Is It your head that nches? Sixty
ncr cent of all headaches are caused
by defective eyes. Littlo eye defects
trrow to big ones if not properly
u nd promptly attended to. C. S.
'LINTON, Registered uptomeirisi,
Dean Bowkor left Saturday on a trip
to Kidney, Bridgeport and othor points
in the west part or tho stale to iook
I ifter Episcopal church matters. Rev.
, Ives, of Ogalalla, held services at the
Episcopal church Sunday.
l Elborta Peaches $1.15 per bushel.
Uilcox Department Store.
The commute of forty which guar
i tc i d tho sale of $1,400 worth of sea
si n tickets for the Chautauqua, began
a . anvass of the city yesterday and dts
po , d of about one-third the required
number. The canvass will be continued
today and tomorrow.
A business mooting of the Bible
flusii of the Prisbyterlan church will
be held at tho homo of Mrs. Alex Pen
wlcit, GOIi west Sixth streot, Friday
For Rent Modern house. Inquire
of A. A. Schatz. 55t
W. O. Wado began work In tho U.
P. baggago room last evening.
Ira, Simpson has returned from Om
aha where ho spent a fortnight.
Butler Buchanan went to Overton
tills morning to transact business. :
Ben Payne left Saturday for1 Beatrice1
to spend a couple of weeks wtlh rela
tives. -.vR, O.. Blake, of Lodgepolo, is among
the business visitors In town this
Mrs. G. IIuasjLwas called to Lincoln
Friday ' cvcnlngwby 'the lllnes3offcn
Mr.1 Lundeen, offlGpzads arrived In
tho city this morning tBvisit with Mrs.
The Socialist Study Club will meet
with Mrs. Howard McMIcliael tomor
James Howe and Guy Fear, of Wal
lace, visited the latter's uncle, E. X.
Miss Mary Maloy, of Lisco, visited
in town yesterday while enroute home
from Grand Island.
Arthur Artz lins resigned his posi
tion In tho U. P. Shops nud will take
up the plumbing business.
George Lannln and Walter Mcttln
left Saturdny morning for Denvor and
Colorado Springs to spend ton dnys.
Thomas Joffors went to Kearney
this morning to attond tho Barnum &
Bailey circus and accompany his fnm-
Mrs. Harry Fleishmann and daugh
ter returned today from Omaha whero
they had visited relatives since July
William Murphy, of the local ma
chino shops, loft tho latter aprt of
last weoic for Omaha to spend a week
or longer. ....
Mrs. Hello Sweot, o Blackfoot, Ia
wno was tno guest or Mr. and Mrs
Tliomns Austin for a week while en-
route homo from Kansas City, left this
A merry twinkle in an eye Is not
always lndlcntlvo of perfect eyesight,
but the merry twinkle is seen more
frequently in those without defects. C.
S. CLINTON, Registered Optometrist.
Governor Morehend has appointed
W. V, Hoagland, of this city, ns a dol
egato to tho nntionnl irrigation con
gress to be hold at Sacramento, Sept.
13lh to 2th. '
.'111 pit I k Goodman make real estate
loans, write best old line Hull, Fire,
Lightning and Life Insurance. Every
loss promptly adjusted. If looking
for .safe Insurance, see litem.
Andy Berg, pt Grand Island, wh6 has
been In charge of pumpn and tanks on
tho Union Pacific for forty-nine years,
is spending tho day in town on his
Html trip over tho line, as ho will bo
put on tho pension list this' week.
Wentohr forecast for North Platto
and vicinity partly cloudy and slight
ly warmer tonight; Wednesday partly
cloudy and warmer. Highest tempera
ture yesterday 72, a year ago S2; low
est temperature last night 52, a year
One set 1 ton Fairbanks Wagon
Scales. Jus Horsliey, Opposite Post
ofllce, Phone 1.1. . . . , . o5-tf
Ono year of the European war has
resulted in 2,408,00 killed, 5,155,00
wounded, 1,802,000 missing, a total of
9,3115,000. In the killed the allies' sharo
has been 1,503,000 and Germany, Aud-trla-IIungnry
and Turkey 905,000. The
same porcentago of wounded and miss
ing holds as to the contendolng armies.
The Russlun loss has about equalled
tho combined loss of all tho othor al
lies, tho deaths bolng placed at 800,
000, with 2,000,000 wounded and 800,
000 missing. It is claimed that 8,
000,000 Russians are held as prison
ers of war.
Tho war loans mado by all tho coun
tries Involved have rcuched the enor
nous sum of seventeen bllllou dollars.
m hill pasture
Plenty of wutvv, good feed; close in.
Horses and ciillle ii per head per day.
Across the rontl from Coolldge's.
FOR SALK CHEAP.
Detroit Vapor Self-generating Gaso
line Stou', practically new.
52-G J. C. Holliiiiin.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 7. ,
Lew Fields in "OLD DUTCH"
made his greatest success in the play as it was produced by
the Shuberts. All of the humor in this play you will find in
the picture and you will en
joy it just as thoroughly as
you would if you had paid
82 to see Lew Field himself.
A. brilliant cast supports Lew
Fields, including Vivian
Martin, Charles Judels and
A SHUBERT FEATURE
In 5 Acts
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