The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, October 05, 1915, Image 5

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    DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Graduate Dentist
Office over the McDonald
State Bank.
Georg LBnitldlB spent th. week end
In n ....... .. i . . i ? '
u x iiAiuu on nuainess. .
Mr. nntl Mrs. Fred Letts who vis
H1 Inst week in Denver have return
od homo.
Mrs. Charles Toole t will entertain
tho nioinhors of the Bldeon club to
morrow afternoon.
Miss Hazel Feeney wont to Kearney
Friday evening to spend the week end
v i It 1l a m hinM
P. H. .McEvoyiwill go to Omaha
tut ll lev. I1IIVK.
Miss Alice Fitzpatrck who Is teach
ing ai urauy tins year, spent the week
ond with her parents.
Edwnrd Thompson left the last of
last weoK for Chappell to spend a
few days with his brother.
Mr. and Mrs. .T. A nivnn win
leave for Omaha this week to visit
relatives for about ten days.
Mrs. J. W. Adams, wife of Traln
. mastor Adams, Is spending th Is Week
In Omaha visiting her son.
pNew FALL ALL WOOL Serge Dress
es in all th wanted shades, sizes 14
to 44, at $4.-79 at BLOCK'S of course.
..A new shipment of Ladles Suits
and-Coats just arrived nt The Lender.
, Trices loner tlitiu elsewhere.
Dr. J. 11. Cains of Lincoln, came
. the later part of last week and is
' vaccinating cattle at the experimental
farm .
Miss Aileen Gantt will leave tomor
row for Omnlia where she will act as
lady-in-waiting at the Ak-Sar-Ben
Miss Margaret Mettin and mother
left Saturday Mining for Oberlin,
Kans., to spend two Weeks with rela
tives .
Mr. and Mrs. Win, Yost and daugh
ter, are among the local people who
are attending the Ak-Sar-Bn in Omaha
this week.
Mr. and Mr3. J. w. Fitznatrlck and
daughter Mildred left Saturday for-
umana to attend the Ak-Sar-Ben and
visit the Mullen family.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wendeborn left
Saturday morning for Omaha to visit
Mr. and Mr3. Fred Weingand and at
tend the Ak-Sar-Ben. ,
Misses Mamie Spies andMarian.
Lawson are assisting in tho Kauffman
Wernett store during the. absence of
some of the salesladies".-
Miss Ida Anderson of Los Angeles,
who spnt tho past month with her
sister Mrs. Helen Winget returned
home ,3aturday-"evening: ' " :
Mrs. L. P. Jensen returned tho lat
ter part of last week from Omaha and
Council Bluffs where she spent two
weeks with relatives.
Mrs. Mary Elder received word Sat
urday of the birth of a son weighing
eleven pounds to her daughter Mrs.
J. R. Johnstone of Allegany, Ore.,
formerly of this city.
New Fall Underwear in all styles,
high neck, long sleeeves, low neck oi
short sleeves, low neck or sleeveless,
in cotton or wool now shown at
Billy Clifford and his musical girls
entertained a good-sized audience nt
the Keith Saturday evening. There
was fnlr singing, excellent selections
by, the "Weston sisters on the violin,
cello and cornet, good comedy stunts
by Billy. and VanAlleu.
Noting the afct that Claude Delnney
of Northport won the Studebaker car
raffled off by Will Voscipka. of this
city, tho Bridgeport Blade says
"Claude is still buying them for the
boys" in other words he is very hap
py over securing the car by an invest
ment of two dollars.
The monthly summary issued by tho
local U. S. weather bureau, glvea
tho mean temperature of September at
sixty-two dgrees which was colder
than tho average September. The
rainfall for the month was 1.S1 inches,
The' accumulated precipitation since
January 1st is given at 13.75 inches.
The members of tho Nevlta club
were the guests of Mrs. W. A. Kocken
at a banquet Friday evening. "The In
dies were taken' to and from the rest,
dence in automobiles. Table decora
tions were very protty and-Bweet peas
were much in evidence. Every course
yas nicely served and brought forth
fiattorlng remarks. The banquet was
1 . O ' . . 1 .. 1 .1 1. . 1 r. . . , .
ui vcu ill o u uiuuiv iiuu wte itiiii-i jmj i
' fo tho evening was spent in social
conversation. Twenty ladies were
present and report a delightful evening.
North Platto will materially nsslst
In making the Southwestern Nebraskn
Fair to be hold at Maywood next week
a success. A large part of tho Lincoln
county exhibit at the local fair and
also at the state fair will bo taken to
Maywood and placed on exhibition;
a North Platte orchestra will furnish
music for a dnnco to bo held each
evnlng during tho fair; a tug of war
between teams from North Platto and
McCoolc is on the program of sports,
and the foot ball team of tho North
Platte high school will nlav the Curtis
team on tht Maywood grounds. It ie
probable that several hundred North
Platte people will drive over to May
wood during tho fair, thus swelling
me crown and doing their share to
make the fair a financial success.
The Maywood people will find that
North Platte believes in boosting
Western Nebraska; that Us people do
not confine all their energy to their
home town.
Chirk Car Found.
The Ford enr belonging to Henry
Clark which was stolen from in front
of the Lutheran church on the evening
of September 2Gth, was found Sunday
in the canyons Tforthwest of Maywood.
The car is in pretty bad shape, tho
engine burned through running dry,
the fenders bent and several wires
and rods broken and disconnected.
A rain coat, pair of waders and other
articles of apparel which Mr. Clark
kept In the car, were taken.
Suspicion attaches to Earl Inman, of
this city, as the fellow who took the
car. He was missed from town
about tho time tho car was taken,
ho was seen in Maywood the early
part of last week, and Saturday night
he left Maywood on a train for tho
east part of tho state accompanied by
a young girl. The offioers will make
an effort to locate Inman.
Henry Clrak has taken a forty-day
leavo of absence and will spend the
time in Omaha taking a course in em
balmlng. During his absence Ole Gra
ham is carrying the mall on the val
ley route i
Elizabeth Kaar-Langsion
Teacher of Singing !
Studio 122 West Front St. 1
Tim tnntnn fni' llllileruoni- Is HOW
lmi-n IVii it 111 mil u-nff until flm sen-
L-.m tu zivni ill ir ll'l illn lllllllll' flll llPII.
ellt of reduced prices, but will do il
. . .1 .1
now when me goous lire neeticu
on all underwear for ladles, misses,
clillureir, men ami uoys ir nm uujs
iviiliiv nml Kiilurrinv. Cash
only. Take ndvaiiiiitio of this oppor
tunity to v uvo money.
THE LKAIIKK, .IllilLO i Winn.
Associated Chnrities Meeting
The annual meeting of tho Associa
ted Charities will bo held in the base
ment of the public library, Wcdnes-
uay oveqing, uct.. utn.-atii odocic. A
full -attendance" 6f alt'those interested
in the work of the Associated Chari
ties is requested. . 0
Ask to sec our new special $2.48
skirt, jsizes 220,36. BLOCK'S.
Mrs. Emma Poor began work as
sn.lpslady pt the Leader Saturday
W. W Hunt nnil ffimllv wpnt In
Lexinsrton Saturdav to visit relatives
for a fortnight.
Maurico Gardnell of the Ogalalla
ball team who visited here last week,
left Srurday morning.
Misses Ruth Carroll and Irma Bar-
raclough who visited in Omaha last
week came last evening.
Miss Hildegard Clinton returned
Sunday evening from a pleasant visit
in-Omaha and Lincoln with friends.
Harry and Oscar Swanson returned
to Nelson Friday evening, They were
called here last week by the deatli
of their brother tho late Aloff Swan-son.
Found Wheel-barow. Owner not
ify Jos Wilson and pay for this
A Children's Day Program under
the auspices of the Yeomen will be
held at the Lloyd opera house on the
evening of Oct. 2Cth. Children desir
ing to enter this class please notify
Mrs. Georg Garrard or Phone Red
..Twenty per cent discount on Ladles'
Silk Sweaters at The Leader.
I am getting out a new list of city
property for sale. If you want one of
the lists phone mo your name, or If
you desire to sell call and see me so
that I can get the property on the list.
Curd of Thanks
Wo take this method of expressing
our heartfelt thanks to friends, neigh
bors and employes of the Union Pa
cific for the many acts of kindness ten
dered during the illness and nt tho
funeral of our husband and brother
and for the many beautiful floral trib
Hides Wanted
Good Price paid for them. It,
pays to sell in your own town
instead of shipping ihem. All'
kinds of j
Bring it in and we will give you
highest market price.
North Platte Junk House
Lock's Old Barn.
Probate Notice
In the Matter of tho Estato of Cora II.
Osgood, Decased.
In tho County Court of Lincoln
County, Nebraska, Oct. 4, 1915.
Notice is hereby given, '.hat the cred.
itors of said deceased will meet the ad
ministrator of said estate, before the
County Judgo of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, at the County Court Room,
in said County, on the 5th day of No
vember. 1015, and on tho 5th day of
May, 191G, at 9 o'clock a. m. each day,
for tho purposo of preseiuing their
claims and one year for tho admlnis-and-
allowance. Six mouths are al
lowed for creditors to present their
claims and one year for the adminis
trator to settle said estate, from tho
5th day of November, 1915. This no
tice will bo published in tho North
Platte Trlbuno, n legal nowspapor
printed in sold County, for four weeks
succeasjivaly prior to Novomber 5, 1915.
oo-Iw County Judgo,
The P. E. 0. will bo entertained
nt 11 luncheon nt llin lirmin nt 1ra n .
'B. Prosser Wednesday.
j A party of twonty young folks hold a
nlntitp In llin nntivmio lanntli nt 4rt..
Friday ovonlng and reported having
a very pleasant time.
i Mrs. H. M Grimes gave an enloynblo
kcnslngton Friday afternoon to thirty
jlady friends. Delicious refnfshmonts
. added to tho enjoyment of tho nftar
I noon.
I The wedding of Miss Marie Flnhlve
or Louisville, Ky., and Win. Welch
of this city which was to take place1'
tomorrow has been postponed until
Oct. 20th. Mr. Welch will leavo fOr
Louisville about Oct. 14th.
Mis Lillian Sfcks entertained oight
young ladles at a theatre party and
luncheon last evening, complimentary
to Miis Mayme McMichaol. The lat
ter part of the evening was spent
Pn dancing at H. I. Smith homo.
The Saturday Bridge club lis being
entprtained b y Mrs. L YVT Walker
this afternoon complimentary to Mm.
Fred Warren who will soon leave for
her home in the south. At tho conclu
sion of tho games a picnic lunch will
be served.
Llttlo Helen Ritenour entertained
a score of her young friends at a
birthday party Saturday afternoon.
Games were played and nico lunch
served. Tho hostess was presented
with a number of pretty remom
brances. Mrs. C. 0. Williams gave a sur
prise party Thursday night in honor of
her husband, the occasion being tho
anniversary of his birth. The evening
was spent in playing cards and an en
joyable evening was had by all.- At
tho close a two course luncheos was
served. Covers were laid for fourteen
.Mrs. Casli Austin entertnined a
number of ladies Friday evening at
a pronuptlal handkerchief shower for
Miss Mayme McMlchael. Unique
games and contests furnished amuse
ment and candy hearts wore awarded
for various stunts. A dainty collection
of handkerchiefs was received. Tho
lunch was nicely prepared and served
in two courses. Decorations wero in
green and white.
To the woman who is unwilling
to make a mistake
.Mr. Tenant, why ill you pay out
rent each month and not lunc it thing
to show for It except u bunch of re
ceipt ;J Youp can buy a home of your
oimi, paying lor it on practunliy the
'.nine terms you pay rent Pnyinir a
Miinll amount down, and tiie bnhinci
in monthly payments .Lcf me show
you what I htne that I can sell you
on these terms I also hae "several
meant lots (hat can be sold on these
terms. C. F. TKJU'Mi.
A. i5.Schenmerhorn of the B. & B.
Department of the Union Pacific, spent
the latter part of last week here "on
Henry Hccker, engine foreman,
went to Grand Island Sunday to visit
friends for a week.
Carl Grieson Friday accepted the
position of chief clerk in the yardmas
tor's office of tho Union Pacific to fill
the vacancy caused by tho death of tho
late Aloff Swanson. V. E. Bloyd will
take the position formerly held by Mr.
The Barkalow N6ws Co., of Omaha,
are placing a news stand and parcel
department in the south end of the
Union Pacific waiting room. Georgo
II. Schnell, their representative, is
superintending the work and every
thing will be In readiness today. The
back glass wall case will contain
dally papers and popular magazines.
Confectionery, and tobacco and cigars
will b kept In the show cases and cab
inets. Tho furnishings are of ma
hogany, and a number of additional
lights will bo used. Mr. A. L. Has
sitt wil be in chargo and in company
witli Mrs,. Hassltt, camo Sunday ev
ening to look up a residence here.
This company has placed similar
stands in nlmost every Union Pacilc
station in Nebraska.
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HALF the pleasure of wearing a new suit or
coat is in knowing that it is 'stylishly correct,
that it is becoming to you, that it will stay good
A mistake in choosinn a suit or coat not only means waste
ful expense, but it makes 3'ou self-conscious (jives you an
uncomfortable feeling every time you wear the jfannunt. A
mistake today is a mistake for a whole season.
JVhtrt you select your tailored suit or coat will be a great
factor in avoiding a mistake.
You can choore with certainty here. We have just the
right garment for you. Our assortments include
Wooltex tailored suits and coats
Suit 2SG3
Without Mttcme ItatnrM. )rct
corrrct anJ ttylith. It Is juit the
lult lor the woman lio thinkt
much of economy. Mailc o( ser
viceable materials. anJ very care
fully tailored. You will be well
i!reed in this suit as Ion; as you
cbotsc to wear it.
We know Wooltex tailored
garments are correct in style, for
America's greatest organization of
fashion artists designs than.
Experts select and test every
yard of cloth that goes into Wool
tex garments. Outer materials are
pure wool linings arc pure silk.
Skillful, painstaking tailors ,
make every Wooltex garment,
whether high-priced or low-priced.
Every garment is carefully in
spected four times.
Do you wonder that wc are
proud to be able to offer Woohex
tailored suits, coats and skirts
to you?
There is such genuine econ
omy in buying Wooltex garments
that every woman should get ac
quainted with them.
Conic in and see the new fall
models. Try on a few) examine
them closely. Their smart styl
ishness, their through-atul-through
goodness will prove that you make
no mistake when you buy Wool
tex tailored garments.
We have Wooltex tailored suits at
$x5 to $65
Coats at $16.50 to $45 Skirts at $5 to $15
Wilcox DeparSinesat Store
The Store That Sells Wooltex,
3 IjlJ
Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Rebhausen, of
Dodge, who visited at the home of
Edward Rebhausen, left for their,
homo Friday. They were returning!
from a trip to tho Pacific coast.
Tho Methodist Aid Society will be,
entertained next Thursday afternoon'
at tho homo of Mrs. D. W. Besack.l
702 enst Fifth street. Those assisting!
her will bo Mesdames Hosier, Mason ;
and Calhoun.
Tho Episcopal guild will meet
Thursday afternoon In the bnsement
of tho church. Business of importnnco
will bo tranactetl and every member is
requested to be present.
An orchestra composed of Herbert
White violin, W. K. Starr clarinet,
Wilson Tout cornet and -Mrs. B. A.
Cram piano, hns beteii organized,. and I
will piny at tho evening services at
tho Methodist church.
The county commissioners wero in i
session yesterday transacting routine I
Mrs. Frank Hoxie left this morn-i
lng for a three weeks visit with friends
in Iowa towns.
J. B. Ilomphlll returned Saturday,
morning from Omaha. He left Mrs.
Hemphill improving In the Swedish
Mission Hospital under the care of'
Dr. I). T. Quigley. ,
For Siilo Chenp I
The two-story building back of the1
McDonald clothing store. Sea Often-'
stein, or phone 258. 71tf
rFfi in J "RwT H TiTTi 1
iner irsi national Esanie
Member Federal Reserve Bank System.
6nc Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
Flour Prices j
Reduced i
We have reduced the price on
our old Wheat Flour to the bas-is
of new wheal.
Union Flour the best made, junk
ed in heavy towel sack ft mf
per tack i fl U
Tulip Flour guaranteed best
tirst patent per sack . . (T
We have enough on bands for
a week or ten days business after !
that time we will have flour j
made from this year's wheat.
Uetter buy an extra sack or two
of old wheat flour.
Wilcox DepartmentSf ore 1
.oney to
Origin of Road Rules.
Tho origin of tho rulo for pedestrinns
to keep to tho right dates back to a
period when such things ns roads wero
unknown. Ueforo tho road us we knoxv;
It existed progress from place to place
was accomplished by moans of trackn
or paths, used In common by mounted
and foot wayfarers. As in early days
overy traveler carried his II fo in his
hands and saw in every approaching
stranger u potential enemy, so tho un
armed man elthert retreated from tho
path or was boa tun from It by an ad
vancing stranger, if tho Intter wero
armed. 'When two armed men met,
with shield on left arm nnd sword in
right hand, they of necessity passed
each other on the right, so aa,.t bring
shield to Hhlcld. thus completely sheb
tored. hut with the sword arm ready
to stride If needed.-London (Jlobe.
Origin of "Watered Stock."
The expression "watoredV stock."
whic h describes so well tho cjtiamlon
of the mod; ol'i cilmpany txiyond the
value of the property, originated, It U
said. In connection with Daniel Drew
who was once the wcalthlodt a;id mo' I
unique manipulator In Wall street.
Drew had been a drover in hls-younger
days, and It was said of him that Ix
foro selUng his cattle In the nmrket I."
wouliru'rst give them larj;o quanta! i
of salt to make them thirsty jihd then
provide thorn with H the water they
could drink. In tills way their 'wclcht
was greatly Increased, nnd tho pur
chaser was buying "watered stock."
Lowest Rnten and Best Terms.
Plenty ol Money on hand to Close
Loans Promptly.
Buchanan & Paiters
Bobby's Fruitless Search.
Bobby heard his mother tell his fa
ther that her mother, who was 111, was
lu a comatose state and she inufet go to
her nt once.
Hobby immediately ran for his rook
raphy and looked dlllgontlytor some
tlmo through it. Finally ho brought it
to ills father and said: "Father, 1 can't
find tho stato of comatoso hi here.
Tho father of whist, Kdmond Hoylo,
lived to bo ninety-seven years old. Ills
treatise on cards hns been published
In all languages, and probably no work
except tho Ulblo has passed through
nioro editions. Tho original work ap
peared lu London in 17.12.
"Brevity is tho soul of wit," remark,
cd tho old. fogy,
"Then there are mighty few witty
preachers in tho world," said tho
grouch. Buffalo News.