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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1915)
LOCAL ASH PERSONAL.
For Sale Green tomatoes cheap. L.
I. Tucker, phone Red C!)8. 75-2
Tho Presbyterian aid society will
meet In the church parlors Thursday
Mrs. Arthur Hongland returned
Saturday night from a visit with rela
tives In St. Louis.
Miss Olga Sandall, of the Hollntnn
law office, went to Ogalhlla Friday ev
ening to visit friends.
Mrs. L. L. Green returned Saturday
evening from Omaha after visiting roi
utives lor several days.
Mr. W. T. Quick returned Saturday
from Missouri Valley where she spoilt
several weeks with relatives.
Miss Noll Toole, of Kearney, came
Saturday evening to visit her sister
Mrs. Harry Hoyle for a few days.
For Farm Loans seo or writoGcno
Crook, room 3, Wnltomath building,
North Platte. 41tf
D. S. Thomas left Saturday after
noon for Hot Springs to spend several
weeks for the benefit of his health.
,J(flss Gertrude Uaker camo up from
Gothenburg Friday evening to spend
the week end with tlie homo folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Yost and daugh
ter Lydia returned Saturday evening
from Omaha, where they spent a week.
For Rent Furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Inqulro at 414 west
Mrs. W. J. PJekloy, of Myr'.le,
camo a few days ago to visit her moth
er, Mrs. D. S. Thomas, for two weeks,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hansen, of
Grand Island, camo Saturday evening
to speDd Sunday with their parents.
Mrs. Fred Fredcrlckson and chil
dren returned Saturday evening from
Lincoln, where they visited for ten
Fred Peterson, of the postofflce
force, returned Sunday from a trip to
tho Panama exposition and Portland,
Miss Leola Walters, formerly with
tno Sobastlan Insuranco office, is as
Histing in tho book-keeping work at
W. II. Munger, Jr., went to Omaha
Saturday night whero he will remain
for somo time Bcrvlng o;i tho federal
Mrs. ThomaB Green and daughter
Katherlno returned Sunday evening
from Grand Island after a short visit
Miss Cresslo Bassltt, one of the coun
ty teachers, went to Lexington Friday
ovening to spend tho week end with
tho homo folks.
Mrs. Lloyd Stuart, of Grand Island,
who visited her daughtor, Mrs. M. L.
MeDcrmott for two we'ks, wen, homo
Mrs. Ira LcMastor and children, ot
Denver, camo down Sunday ovoning
to visit Mr. and Mrs. John LeMastei
for a couple of weeks.
Harry Scott, Qf Sterling, formerly of
this city, who was operated upon re
cently at tho City Hospital, lints re
covered and returned home.
Miss Ailecn Gantt returned Sunday
night from Oniahu. Miss Gantt was
ono of tho maids of honor at tho Ale-Sar-Ucn
ball held Friday night.
Ira Simpson, who has been employ
ed with nn autotnoblloT Company in
Denver, for several, weoks, camo tho
latter part of last week to visit his
Miss Helen Walteniath , who hud
been in tho City Hospital for soveral
weeks, fallowing an operation for np
pendlcitls, returned homo last Tliurs
E. McLano and family left Sun
day for California. Mr. McLano will
remain soveral weeks. Mrs. McLano
and children may decide to spend tho
winter in southern California.
If your properiy or life Is not In.
sured in Home reliable old lino com.
1IKATT & GOODMAN.
Miss Effie Christ left Sunday for Om
aha to visit friendB for a week u
Mrs. T. C. Patterson returned Sui.
day ovening from Omaha whero sho
visited her daughter.
Mrs. A. L. Solbcrt and daughters
returned Sunday evening from a visit
with Omaha friends.
The Entro Nous club will meet with
Mrs. Guy Cover, 608 wost Ninth
street, tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs Fred Olson, of Portland, who
was the guest of tho Souser family
for several days, left Sunday evening.
Mrs. Fred Dacon, of Ovorton, who
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Souhci
last week, went home Sunduy nrter
noon. Mr, J. H . Stono and children
returned today from Omaha after
spending two W0cksthoro with rela
Miss Flo Johnston and brother re
turned yostorday morning from a
short visit In tho o'aBlern part of tho
Mrs. V. H. Lonergan and Mrs.
V. J. Landgrnf roturned Sunday ev
ening from Omaha wlicro they spent
Mrs. John Strahorn returned Sav
urday morning from an extended vU
It with relatives lin Uattlo Creek,
Mrs. Sena Kelly returned Saturday
morning from Omaha, where she went
to attend tho Boston Symphony Or
Ernest Savin returned yesterday
morning from Omaha where ho vis
Ittxl his brother and attended tho Ak
Sar-Ben last week.
Judge II. M. Grimes, Court Report
er Barron and Attorney W. V. lloag
land went to, Chappell, yesterday
morning where district court Is in
Mrs. Elizabeth Donaldson, who vis
ited friends hero last week and trnn;v.
acted business connected with her
property, left Saturday evenlm; for Los
Mrs. Leslie Raskins, who spnt the
greater part of tho summer in Milton,
Pa., with her parents, returned home
Sundny evonlng. Mr. Basking met
'her In Omaha and accompanied he.
Brick work on tho Hotel McCabc
was started yesterday, Ilvo brick
layers being employed, and this morn
ing two moro wore given employment.
With fair weather, it is figured that
tho outside walls can bo completed by
tho fifteenth of November.
Sunday morning Engineer W. L.
Richards was knocked from tho cnl
of his engine by nn engine coming lr
tho opposlto direction, to take out tho
train which ho had Just tai;cn In
to Sidney. Ills Injuries, while painfm
aro not serious and consist of onuses
about tho ,hcad and fnco mid a chk
near the. right eye.
M C Hayes .returned Sunday af
ternoon from Excelsior Springs, whero
he had bi-cn taking treatment for sev
eral weeks. Ho spent somo time in
St. Louis, whero ho visited Frank
Rcnrdon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fikee
and sons Will and Frank, all of whom
wero former North Platte residents,
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garHa'tof'Norflt Platte friends.
Members of tho Indian1 card club and
soveral suests woro delightfully on
ttrtained Saturday afternoon at tho
home of Mr, and Mrs. Allison Wll
cox seven miles enst of town. Tho
trip was made in cars. Six tables were
placed for tho games, and tho first
and second prizes woro awarded to
Mrs. Field nnd Mtb. Schatz respect
ively. After tho games a chicken din
ner was served. Tho party returned
to town about seven in tho evening
highly pleased with tho rido and tho
hospitality of tho hostess.
Notleu Tor Rids.
Sealed bids will bo received until
October 21st for tho salo of the two
buildings known as tho old church
and residence on lots 7 nnd 8, block
135, The committee reserves tho right
to reject nny or nil "bids.
C. T. WHELAN,
Chairman of Building Committee.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS.
Dr. Charles Adams spent yesterday
In Maxwell on professional business
Fred Spurrier returned Sunday cv
cnlng from Omaha where In visited
Wo remodel your own material
cheapor than elsewhore, at the Par
lor Millinery. 7C-3
George Vromnn returned Saturday
evening from a short visit in the east
ern part of tho stato.
Rev. T. D. Sullivan, of Elm Creek,
visited with Rev. McDald the latter
past of last week.
For Salo A practically now Mon
arch nialleablo steel range. IJ. M.
Reynolds, 920 west Fifth.
Edward Luby has resigned his p.
sltlon in tho Union Pacific shops ana
will seek other employment.
Mrs. R. F. Stuart, of Columbia,
formerly of this city, arrived last e
ening for a visit with friends.
Mrs. A. E. Tlmmerman and chil
dren went to Stella yesterday to visit
relatives for a week or longer.
Mis3 Laura McEvoy, acompanicd by
her father, went to Omaha Sunday
night to take treatment at a hospital.
Mrs. Charles Tomlska resigned hot
position in tho alteration department
of tho Block store Saturday evening.
Miss Ella Mao Lanyon has returnea
from Lincoln whero she attended tut
Chrlstlnn Sclonce association meet
ings for a week.
Mrs. A. M. Scharman, of Holse,
Idaho, -formerly of this city, who vis
ited Mrs. A. E. Carlson nnd other
local friends for two weeks past, left
TAv. and Mrs. A. E. Tracy, of
Scotts Bluff, came last evening to visit
their daughter, Mrs. Sebastian
Schwalger, for n week or more.
J. J. Halllgan went to Omaha Suit
day to attend tho memorial servlceb
given by the Omaha attorneys to the
laic juuge w . n. .-Mungor.
For Rent My residence property on'
wost First street after October 10th;1
In good repair.. Apply to Geo. E.j
French, at county Judges' office. 7Gti
'J. B. Vnnsroy, of Ord, who has'
ben ill for somo time, came yestorda I
afternoon to tako treatment here and
visit his son, E. E. 7in,coy nnd fam
ily. F. C. Simons, of Seward, stato den-,
uty of the A. 0. U. W., arrived here
yesterday afternoon, addroasad tho
meeting last evening and will spend a
week here on lodge work.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harley Bonhani and
Mrs. John Knox left Saturday even
ing for Rochester, Minnesota, whero
Tiis. Ron.inm vll! ta'.e treating',
from tho Mayo brothers.
A very beautiful and unique line ot
Fisk hats will be on display Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, October 14,
15 and 1G, for three days only, at
Howo & Maloney's, at prices that are
right. Mrs. Edw. Burke. 70-2
Mrs. C. C. Williams and Mrs. Wal
ter Ross were hostesses to tho As
sembly club Friday. The afternoon
wns spent very pleasantly in social
converse nnd games. Tho prizes wero
awarded to Mrs. H. O. Williams and
Mrs. Booth. Tho guest of honor was
Mrs. Windeling of Cozad. Twenty!
lndiel answered to roll call with '
some fnvorito quotation. Tho club
will meet October 22d with Mrs. M.
L. Brown, 1303 east Sixth street. Sho'
will bo assisted by Mrs. R. B. Eslien
This Is Columbus Day, n legal stato
holiday and is being observed by tho
county offices, the bank3, the postol.
flee and the Union Pacific shop3.
M. E. Scott, cashier of tho Platte
Valley Bank, left a few days ago for
a visit in Chicago nnd oth.T Illinois
cities. He will attend the Illinois
state bankers' convention which meets
in Jollet. Mr. Scott will be absent
two or three weeks.
The missionary society of the ChrK
tian church will meet with Mrs. Chns.
Bogue, at 309 east Third street, Wed
nesday afternoon at three o'clock-.
This Is the beginning of the year and
new and Interesting studies of thA
history of the C. W. B. M. will ba
begun and it Is urged upon every
member to bo present nt the first
meeting nnd get tho first of these In
The ense of Henry Miles vs. Ed
ward Botsfield and his bondsmen A. A.
Schntz and Van Lawrence came up in
the county court vestordny morning
and w .1 i.ecided in fa 'r of the ji'aln
tiff. Miles and Botsford had oeen liv
ing on the Cody ranch with nn agree
ment that tho former take care of tho
place and tho latter furnish tho hors
es, feed and seeds, each receiving
half the crop at the end of the season.
During July of this year Botsfield sold
the horses and Miles claims damages.
Tho case was tried In tho civil court
and appealed to the county court.
Botsford being placed on bond. It
was decided that a settlement of one
l undred and seventy- throe dollars
bo paid to Miles.
On Wednesday, November 10th, wo"
will Bell 70 head of lmmuued hogs,
about half Polands nnd half Duroca.
30 head nro boars at.T weighing from
125 to 300 pounds, 40 head are open
gilts of about tho samo wolglit.
These pigs nro purely bred with tho
best mating possible, a uniform lot
of long Btrctchy follows, with well
arched backs, good foot, neat hond3
and as much bono as an alfalfa ran go
pig enn possibly develop.
After tho hog Bale, wo will soil 0
Holsteln and 2 Guernsey heifers, those
not fresh, soon will be. Wo will also
pell 10 puro bred Red Polled hulls.
Thoso wishing cows fresh In tho fall
will need them nt this tlmo.
Tho salo will bo held on the farm 4
miles west of Lexington. Tako tho
local to Markol which is on the farm,
and salo will bo out in timo to tako tho
local back. If interested send for
J. O. ANDERSON,
Saturday Charles Tomlska sold his
interests in tho North Platte Products
Co. to his partnor Edward Stfj'isvaad.
Mr. and Mrs. Tomlska Intend to leavu
shortly for nn extended visit to west,
em points and will probably locato
on a ranch in Oklahoma.
For return of ono liver and whito
Pointer dog. Lost somo eleven miles
southeast of North Platto.
76-3 WM. OTTEN.
Six room modern house, steam heat;
basement divided into two rooms, ono
for vegetables. Hot and cold water in
kitchen, bath room and basement. New
ly painted and papered, good closets,
all In first class shape.
This house is next to my residenca.
Five hundred dollars will handlo it,
tho balance in B. & L. Will sell worth
75-2 R. N. LAMB.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
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