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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1915)
NORTH PLATTE, NEB., DECEMBER 14, 1915.
SEVILLE HU1S LOCUST
M. K. Novillo Saturday bought tho
old Dick property on tho corner ol
Sixth and Locust for a consideration
of $G,250. Tho lot 1b GGxl32 and was
owned by Mrs. Jennie Foley, now of
Boston. Tho sale was made by T. C.
Patterson, who mndo sales of prac
tically all tho Foley holdings In North
Platto and Lincoln county, tho total of
which run up to about $100,000. This
was tho last piece of property hero
held by tho Foley family.
Wo understand that Mr. Nevlllo
will Improve tho lot with a building
In tho near futufro probably next
Lucille Hnlllgnn Tasscs Away.
Lucille, only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John J. Halllgan, of this city,
passed away at nine o'clock Saturday
morning. Death followed an Illness of
several years, an lncurablo dlseaso
"developing. She was taken to spec
ialists in Omaha and eastern cities,
but they could hold out no hopo for
her recovery. For several days pro
ceding her passing away nor condition
had been such as to preclude a much
longer stay on earth.
Lucille was born In Omaha in
August. 1894, and came to this city
with her parents when a small child.
She bore her affliction patiently and
though denied in a largo measure the
pleasures of life, sho was, under tho
conditions, most cheerful. Tho father,
mother and brothers anticipated her
every want, and cared for her with a
devotion that only the deepest love
could bestow. While all will miss
Lucille, there Is in comfort in tho
thought that sho has been released
from years of intense suffering.
Tho funeral was held from the resi
dence yesterday afternoon. Dean Bow
ker officiating and a male quartette
rendering the musc. Many beau
tiful floral offerings from societies'
and individuals were sent.
.Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cole, of New
York City, left at noon yesterday after
Visiting the lntter's brother John Dert
for several weeks.
The Grafanola brings to your home
the finest music of tho world. Visit
our music room.
DIXON, THE JEWELER.
The Christian aid society will meet
in the church basement Thursday af
ternoon at 'i o'clock.
Most abrupt hill south of Experimental Station is
ascended with ease last Sunday by the Dodge car
rying two passengers, as has been the case several
times before?, while the Oakland 38, a $1050 car,
after four attempts, gives up the climb.
The DODGE BROS. MOTOR CARS
Have these Qualities:
More Power lhan $1050 Cars, a Beller Finish than $1050 Cars,
a High Tension Magneto and Full Floating Rear Axle that $1050
cars should have, one of the hest starting and lighting systems
on the market, crown fenders, one man lop, leather upholstery.
Dodge Touring or Roadster $83!
F. O. B. NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Hendy-Ogier Auto Co., Agents.
Cor. 4th and Dewey. North Platte, Neb.
K. ft. BUILDING PROJECT
AssuanxG tangible shape.
The trustees of tho Knights of Col
umbus aided by other members of tho
organization, who havo had under con
sideratlon tho erection of a building on
Dowey street north of tho Hotel Mc-.
Cube, are getting tho project in tan-,
glble shapo. Thero is scarcely any J
question but that tho preliminary
arrangements will bo completed so
that work mny bo started early noxtj
spring. Tho question as to whether!
tho building will bo two or thrco
stories has been definitely settled in J
favor of thrco floors; tho trustees,
havo successfully devolved a plan for
financing tho building and a firm has
offered to tako a ten year lease of
tho first and second floors. Tho esti
mated' cost oC Uho building which
will bo 44x122, Is $23,000. Tho third
floor will bo used by tho local council
for lodge and entertainment purposes.
Tho erection of this building, and
the probably erection of an additional
building by tho Elks on their vacant
forty-four feet, would prove a wonder
ful addition to that part of Dewey
street as a business section.
Christinas Baskets for Poor.
Mrs. Geo. McayKay has been asked
to take charge of the work of soliciting
for the Christmas baskets which tho
Twentieth Century Club will distribute.
To mako the filling and distribution
of these baskets a success tho Club
needs tho co-operation of all those
who aro interested in this -sort of
Christmas giving and trusts that tho
solicitation will meet with the usual
generous iresponse. If thero Is any
one desirous of making a donation
that Mrs. McKay falls to reach, tho
Club will appreciate it if they will
phono her any evening between seven
and eight o'clock. Contributions are
to bo sent to tho basement of tho Epis
copal church Friday morning, Decem
200 COATS 200
Still left to be cleaned up during
this salo. If you 'are yet to get your
coat, you had better make your selec
tion-. noW as "they- are' going pretty
fast at the low prices wo are selling
The branch train was held an hour
this mdrnng waiting for train No. 13,
which did not arrive until nlno o'clock.
Thero were ten passengers on No. 13
that desired to go out on tho branch
READ THIS !
ELKS IXSTIIUCT TRUSTEES
TO SECUltE PLAS'S
At a largely attended meeting of tho
Elks last evening a resolution was
unanimously adopted instructing tho
board of trustees to secure plans and
cstimato of cost for an extension of
tho present building over tho two va
cant lots on tho north. Tho member
ship present last evening was very en
thusiastic over tho project and It la
very probablo that tho building will
bo erected next spring. It Is tho In
tention to havo tho building, which
will be 44x80 feet, conform In archi
tecture with tho present building. Tho
ground floor will bo for business
houses nnd the second and third
floors for lodge purposes. Tho prcs
ont banquet and amusement rooms aro
too small to accommodate tho present
membership which is 298, and this
number Is steadily Increasing. Tho
trustees will make a report on tho
plans and cost at tho first meeting in
Yesterday's Shoot nt the IMllo Range.
300 yds 300 yds 200 yds
slow flro rap. llro rap. flro
Neville 3G 27 42
Kerr 42 44 40
Shilling 38 40 42
Stack 11 11 42
Sturtovant 37 30
H. Rehbausen 35 34 31
Hansen 32 28 2G
W. Mettln 27 25 3S
Tho "Xmas gift to bo remembered
for years to come, and can bo bought
at a great saving in price at our Year
End Clearing Sale. BLOCK'S.
John Schram went to Columbus last
evening to spend the holidays wth rel-
Missionary Brown came In from the
east last evenng to spend a week or
Mrs. Albert Schatz will entertain
the Indian Card Club next Saturday
Miss Thelma Frator has been con
fined to her home for the past -week
on account! of illness.
Dewoy Laws, of Cozad who spent
last week hero with his brother Merle
Laws, left last evening.
Editor Worth Miller of tho Keith
County Nows camo down last evening
to spend a few days visiting friends
and transacting business.
$i50.oo Flprtrir firafannla wo.oo
With Record CnbinctJLllVVll &f Ml CIlClllUKlWlth Record Ejector
Make Your Christmas Last All Year
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. F. Scobergor aro ex
pected homo from Omaha tills even
ing. ' H. Scoonover has. returned from
Omaha where ho spent a couplo of
J. II. Hegarty left yesterday morn
ing for Northport to spend a fow
days on business.
M. B. Smith, of Broadwater was In
town this mdrnlng enrouto homo from
a business trip to Omaha.
A few trimmed hats left, anything In
entire stock now on salo for $1.00.
95-2 Mrs. Sailor, BloclCs1.
Avolluo Gates has resigned his po
sition In the Stono Drug Co. and will
take up tho study of pharmacy.
Loo Hart of Brady Is spending a fow
days hero this week visiting his bro
ther James Hart and transacting busi
ness. A pretty diamond ring, lavalllor or
one of our now diamond or pearl
broaches makes a flno Christmas gift.
CLINTON, Tho Jowolor.
Miss Marjorlo Campbell spent tho
greater part of last week in Grand
Island where sho was engaged 'to play
at a picture show.
Dick Baker arrived In town Sunday
and will iremaln a fow days. Ho has
been up in Scotts Bluff county for somo
iimo loOKing over conuiuons uuu muy
decide to engago In business In Scotts
Bluff or Gerlng.
Whatever wo havo loft in Suits in
regular sizes up to 44 they all now go
at tho small prco of $9.75. BLOCKS.
30 Beautiful Drosses loft of tho lot
advertised for last Saturday at one
half price. Wo will sell tho balanco of
them at samo prlco tho rest of this
week. Soo them In our window.
A head-end collision between cars
driven by Art Yates and Mr. Chausco,
of Sutherland, occurred west of town
. last evening. Yates coming east had
' stopped his car on his sldo of tho road
and Chausco going west, and probably
blinded by tho lights run into him.
Tho front end of both cars wero moro
or less damaged.
A rollablo watch will glvo him or
hrr sorvlco every day of tho year and
Is a constant remlndor of tho friend
ly spirit In which It was given.
DIXON, THE JEWELER.
Mrs. Stcgman called at this office
this morning and stated that tho artl
clo appearing in tho city papers rela'
tlvo to hor daughter bolng a con
tostant in an actress film contost la
without foundation. Sho states that
hor daughter did not entor tho con
Until After Xmas. Visit
Walter IIoxlo returned to Ogalalla
yesterday after spending a week hero
with tho homo folks.
Dr. Vandlvor, of Broadwater, was
In town yesterday and left last even
ing for Ogalalla to visit his son.
Mrs. Laura Scliaffer, of Dickens, vis
ited friends In town yesterday and
loft for western points last ovciilng.
Mrs. T. C. Chrlstlanson nnd children
expect to go to Hastings thlB week to
spend tho holidays with rolatlvcs.
To clean up entire stock of trim
med hats, havo now on salo until Jan
uary 1st, your choice for $1.
95-2 Mrs. Sailor, Blofclt's.
Mrs. Prank WInklcman,pfFr.cmont,
formerly of this city, camo last oven-
ing to visit hor son Glddeon Winkle-' luu,ch, wa aord ln V10 ?lnlng hal1'
man and family. Iand hotlslo club "nrod a number
I of selections.
A nice Bath Robo will bo apprecl-j
ated. All sizes, all colors, 98c to $4.98 juSN Sclnvnlgcr and Prof. Hnberstro.
at our Year End Salo. BLOCK'S. j Major W. A. Ilaborstro Instructor of
Noxt spring Julius PIzor will erect voIco llt tIl Kearney Normal, nsslsted
a building on tho lot south of his pros-, MlHS TllC0 Schwalgor, will glvo a
cnb business block on Locust street, musical at tho Keith theatro Wcdnos
Two othor bulldlgs aro planned for nnd Thursday evenings of this
that street next year. Evidently Lo- wcok- Encu.. evening will open with
cust street Is destined to bo as much Pictures, tho musical program com
of a business thorouKhfaro as Is monclng nbout 8:30,Mhen tho evonlng
Tnto lodgo No. 04, A. O. U. W. elect
ed tho following offlcors last evening:
Thos. Jeffors, Mastor Workman; Geo.
Mlllkon, Foreman; R. A. Brodbeck,
Ovorseer; T. M. Cohagcn, Rccordor;
V. VonGootz, Financier; Chas. Erlck-
son, Trensuror; John W. Boyor,
Guldo; Jno. E. Evans, Trustee; Drs.
Lucas, McCabo and Dento, Medical Examiners.
Our Music Room
You aro Invited to attond tho salo
of hand painted china and water color
given by Miss Clark at tho Rexall
drug store Thursday and Friday of
Tho Socialist Wudy CKib will meet
with Mrs. Pauleon, C1C west Sixth
street Wednesday afternoon at tureo
o'clock. A special Xmas program will
bo given, tho topic of which is "Peaco
on Earth, Good Will Toward Men."
Raymond Tlgho, Fred Fllllon, W. C.
Woodrlng nnd J. II. Gavor wore Initi
ated Into tho Elks Inst ovcnlng. Dis
trict Doputy Clydo Norton, of Kcar
noy, was present and mndo an ad
dress. Twenty-flvo dollars was do
nated to tho municipal Christmas
tree. Following tho lodgo meeting
will closo with tho pctures. Ths pro
gram will bo of merit and tho se
lections will vnry to plcaso music lov
ors. Major Ilaborstro appeared hero
last August and thoso who heard him
at that tlmo will not need urging to
bo present. Ho also has tho recommen
dations of musicians all througli this
part of tho country. Local people will
bo glad to hear Miss Schwalgor as her
singing has also ollcltcd a great deal
of praise. Priits 10 and 15 cents.
tost und ttat no one was authorized
to entor her name.
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