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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1915)
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. Kearney and children
will spend Christmas with friends In
Mrs. Margaret Christ has heen the
guest of friends In Lexington this
Cut glass water sets $3.00 up. They
make flno gifts for tho home.
DIXON, Tho Jeweler.
Misses Ruth and Edith Patterson
will arrive from Omaha Sunday to
spend tho holiday vacation.
Hand painted china, a big lino of tho
newest and prettiest designs.
CLINTON, Tho Jeweler.
A. E. Huntington camo down from
his Keith county ranch yesterday and
will remain until after Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Tlllcnr, of Lowellcn,
aro the guests of tholr daughter, Mrs.
For Sale Thoroughbred Yorkshire
Hoars "tho bacon hog." Prices rea
sonable. Inqulro of J. V. Payno or
Allison Wilcox. 9G-1
To clcnn up entlro stock of trim
med hats, havo now on sale until Jan
uary 1st, your cholco for $1.
95-2 Mrs. Sailor, Block's.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spurrier re
turned yesterday from their wedding
trip to Denver and other westorn
points. They will resdo on west Sec
I'll? Neck Nones ten cents n pound:
Saner Kraut two quarts f tt r" I f cents.
At tho Cash Market, the Htfle market
with the hlg ImsliicsH, Phono 2ft. J
Itoso and slnglo comb Reds, $1 up.
F. J. Fredorlcl, 3 miles west of
On account of tho Christmas falling
on tho fourth Saturday of tho month,
tho monthly meeting of tho directors
of tho building and loan association
will bo hold next Thursday evening.
Yesterday was Union Pacific pay
day, and tho heavy traffic on tho road
was roflected In tlio slzo of tho checks
cashed by engine and trninrocn.
Checks of frolght engineers run as
high as $225. .
Itov. Robert White returned Wed
nesday from tho east part of the state,
whore ho visited his family for a cou
ple of days. Mrs. White and children
nro visiting thcro until tho household
goods arrive from Chicago.
Why do you buy life Insurance? For
protection! Then why not buy the
best? When a belter policy than tho
ridollly In written (ho Fidelity will
Louis Peterson has niado a num
ber of Improvements to his houjo In
tho 500 block on west Fifth, Including
a now and higher-foundation, now por
ches and Intorlor changes. Thin houso
will bo occupied by Principal and Mrs.
Redonbaugli' after tholr return from
their wedding trip.
For Farm Loans sco or wrlto Ocno
Crook, room 3, Waltemath building,
North Plntto. 41tf
Ah has been customary for tho past
two years, a midnight choral service
will bo held nt tho Episcopal church
Christmas eve, Dec. 24th. Sundny ov
onjng, Dec. 20tb, tho choir will render
a Christmas enntatn. Frequent re
hearsals for this cantata havo and will
bo bold and tho choir will glvo atten
dants an evening of musical enjoy
ment. , ,
From January 1st to December 17,
1914, one hundred and Boventy-ono
marriage licenses woro Issued from
tho county Judgo's office For tho snmo
period In 1915 tho numnor Issued was
ono hundred and sovonty-thrco. With
a constantly Increasing populaton In'
tho county, ono would naturally ex
pect tho number of marriages this
year to oxceed by moro than two
thoso of last year.
MOItE 3I0NKY NEEDED
SAYS SECRETARY TEMPLE.
Secretary Tcmplo stated this morn
Ing Hint moro funds must be raised to
carry ou tho work for tho balance
of tho year, and that ho Is going to
start a campaign In a short time,
Thcro Is on hands now $279.40, and
thoro Is a balance to collect on the
goncral fund of $G03.00 and on the
Publicity Fund $897.00, making a totnl
to bo collected and on hnnd of $1779.'
00. This nmount Is the otitlro list of
subscribers and somo of thoso havo
gono ayay, and somo gono out of
busness which would probably cut
tho abovo nmount to about $1500.00.
Tho regular cxponso for running tho
association Is about $150.00 per month,
Including tho expense of conducting
tho Rest Rooms, for tho balance of
t bo year this amounts to $900.00, and
at tho last meeting of tho Hoard of
Directors wo appropriated $100.00 to
tho Associated Charities; agreed to
pay tho cxpcnBO of tho committee ap
pointed to Investigate paving; appro
priated $100.00 to tho Chicken Show,
and havo several other mattors under
consideration which will tako moro
money. Wo must raise at least an
other $1,000 to carry out tho work.
Committees will bo apoplntcd and the
work of raising tho funds commenced
within tho next week.
Sec the Balloons Go Up.
Dorryborry & Forbes aro going to
pull off ono of their advertising stunts
Saturday that will not only bo amus
ing but profltnblo at least to thoso
taking part. They aro going to send
up ten Christmas balloons, to each one
will bo attached a coupon good for one
dollar, flvo to bo for cash and five
for trado to tho man, woman or child
who brings in tho coupon after the
balloons havo fallen. They will bo sent
up at tho Btoro at Intervals of five
minutes, commencing nt 2 p. m. Sat
urday, Dec. 18. Open to all who wish
to tako part.
DIscnss European War.
The literary department of tho
Twentieth Century club hold an Inter
esting meeting at tho homo of Mrs. I.
L. Stebblns Tuesday nftqrnoon, Mrs.
Frank Buchanan presiding. Different
phnsos of tho European war was dis
cussed, and Interesting talk on social
conditions In the German provinces
was rven by Mrs. Fttobblnn, who
Bpont her enrly childhood In that
country. Tho afternoon closed with
tho serving of refreshments.
Annual Meeting of Fanners' Union.
Tho annual meeting of tho re-organized
Farmers' Union will bo held in
the court houso In this city January
4th, 1910 at 10:30 u. m. Election of
officers and appointment of comralt
toes In tho forenoon and open meet
ing In tho aftornopn when Presi
dent C. II. Gustoson, will bo the prih
Wo will havo on sale beginning
Thursdny, December 23, choice cuts
of buffalo ancat which comes direct
from Pnwneo Rill's ranch in Okla
homa. Order enrly
9G-2 MARTI MEAT MARKET.
Goes East to be Married.
Principal M. M Redpubaugh, of the
city schools, leaves for tho caBt to
night, and on Christmas Day will bo
married at Pittsburg, Pa., to a young
lady of that city. They will arrive
horo about tho first of January.
When seeking Hfo insurance always
sclent an old ljiio testco ciunpany
with millions of dollars of assets be
hind it, like the Mutual Life of Now
York, who wriio one of tho best and
cheapest policies written.
11RATT & GOODMAN,
Guaranteed to plcntu or your monoy lack
You never tasted richer or finer Caramels than these, no
matter what price you have paid. They are made from the
very richest, purest cream, direct from the dairy: finest
creamery hulter and pure cane sugar, moulded into fancy
shapes and then thickly covered with rich, crisp chocolate.
The handsome hox, with genuine gold seal and fine satin
ribbon lends added attraction to this delicious sweetmeat.
Take home a box and try them; unless you are
thoroughly pleased we'll promptly refund your money.
Special for Friday and Saturday only 39c for a full
Wilcox Department Store.
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All Our High Grade Garments Reduced In Price From
This is die Holida) Sale lliaL is eagerly awaited by Hundreds of Ladies of this Commun
ity. It's the one Real Opportunity to buy the finest Women's Apparel at a great saving
in Price. Greater than ever before is our wonderful display of Holiday Gifts. Come to
a Ladies' Store for a Lady's Gift, where you are sure to find a much better selection than
any other store in the city, because we Specialize in Ladies' Appai el and Furnishings only.
Below we will mention Alphabetically Just a Few of the Many Use
ful Xmas Gifts Now on Display:
AUTO CAPS CORSET COVERS KDI03TAS, SILK and CREPE SKIRTS
APRONS DRESSES MUFFS SUITS
RATH ROBES DRESSING SACQUES MIDDIES SWEATERS
BAGS EVENING GOWNS MACKINAW COATS SCARFS
RRASSIERES Envelope Combinations NIGHT GOWNS TAM O' SHANTERS
COATS rujts OF ALL KINDS NECKWEAR UNDERWEAR
CAMISOLES GLOVES, KID AND SILK PETTICOATS VANITY BAGS
CORSETS HANDKERCHIEFS PRINCESS SLIPS VESTS
COMBINATION SUIT'S HOSE, SILK AND LISLE RAINCOATS WAISTS
All Parcels Delivered Free to any Part of the City or Country.
LADIES' OUTFITTING STORE.
THE STORE THAT DELIVERS THE GOODS
To llic Public.
North Platto, Neb., Dec. 14, 1915.
Tliis Is to certify that tho loss on my
barn, harness and cattle which woro
destroyed by lire on Dec. 2, 1915, has
boon settled to my entlro satisfaction
by J. C. Askwig and I will gladly rec
ommend the Union Flro Ins. Co. to any
body wanting good, rollablo flro Insur
ance. Z. A. RUSSELL.
Hold "Hobo" Party.
Members of Pjof. Redenbaugh's
class of tho Presbytorlan Sunday
school, composed of sixteen or eigh
teen boys Indulged In a "hobo" party
In tho basement of tho church "Wed
nesday ovenlng. All tho boys were ar
rayed In hobo costumes, somo of
which woro very amusing. Games
woro played and at the conclusion an
oyster supper was served.
Writes About 'ew Depot.
A man who la In a position to know
' moro than some of the rest of us, J
wrote a letter to a North Platto man j
yesterday In which ho says: "I am
pretty certain that new depot for
North Platto will cost $90,000, and will
bo located east of Dewey Btreot. The
1,(P ! 1. TT.. 1 I
uutjiueur ui uiu uiuun I'uciIlC
Is now In New York on this depot
business as well as other business,
and it Is probable that the contract
for tho building will bo let soon after
January 1st. Tho plans include pro
visions for a dining room and lunch
counter, tho former to seat sixty and
tho latter thirty-six.
A few trimmed hats left, anything in
entlro stock now on sale for $1.00.
95-2 Mrs. Sailor, Block's.
Sec. 9-11-34, C40 ncros at C3c per
aero, all good farming and hay land,
1G0 acres In cultivation, good 4 room
houso, barn for 8 head of horses, gran
ery 24x30, comont cavo 12x18; good
woll, 10 ft. Sampson mill, 30 ft. steel
tower, 10 ft. tank, 4 miles of cattlc
wlro fence. School houso on oast sec.
lino, G miles north of Wallaco on B. &
M. road, and 12 miles south of Suther
land on U. P. railroad. Address W. It.
Harding, North Platto, Nob. 90-2
Business Men Luneh.
A scoro of business mon nttonded n
luncheon served at noon yestorday by
Secretary Tcmplo In tho basomont of
tho 11. & L. building. Following tho
luncheon tho proposed drnlnngo prop
osition west of tho city was discussed.
Englneor Jessup, J. W. Abbott, George
Wilson and sovoral othors woro out-of-town
Steam Heat, Running Hot and
Cold Water in all the rooms.
Corner 6th and Locust St.
MRS, C. F. JOHNSTON, Prop.
RERRYBERRY & FORRES,
Undertakers uml Funeral Directors
Day Phono 234.
Night Phono Black 588.
At the Cash Market pot rousts 12J
to l."c, beef stenk 15c to ISc, beef
heart 10c a pound. Docs your but
cher sell you meat ns clioap ns this t
If not phone 2(1. ,,,,,
200 Tons of Gold.
Two' hundred tons pf gold worth
$102,000,000 ami occupying tho spaco
of thrco cords of wood, are stored
In tho United States assay office In
Now York. Tho gold is in 10,345 bars.
It represents tho accumulation of
British sovereigns pnd othor foreign
coins, brought to the United States
within about six.-weeks in an ef
fort to maintain tho financial balanco
botweon tho European nations and tho
lVIiero complete protection Is sought
the Fidelity Llfo Health and Accl.
den. Policy Is bought.
Wednesday, Dec. 22
POSITIVELY all NEW
Nothing but FUN
MUSIC and CIRLS
See Mutt and JeiF as studenfs,
then trv and stop laughing.
BRING THE KIDDIES
Scat sale Tuesday 10 a. m,
Best Scats One Dollar.
Frice'$l, 75 and 50 Cents
VSNtH rV' W?S
Next to the Flat
Iron the Toaster
iuJ Ts mnaf cfnnnrnllv
y to ,
,W used Electric Appliance.
r- It makes an ideal gift,
-3 useful attractive and in
excellent taste. We have styles ranging from
North Platte Light & Power Co.
The homes of Albert Schllentz, 716
west Eighth, and C. B. Davis, 112?
north Vine, havo been quarantined by
reason of cases of diphtheria.
For Rent Good irrigated farm one
mllo west of town, known as tho Hin
man farm. Inquire of J. I. Smith or
phono 158. 93t(
Auction Salo of School Lnmls
..Notlco-is hereby given that on the
29th day of December, 1915, at one
o'clock p. m. at tho offlco.of tho comi
ty treasurer of Lincoln county, tho
Commissioner of Public Lands and
Buildings, or his authorized repre
sentative, will offer for lease at pub
lic auction all educational lands with
in said county upon which forfeiture
of contract has been declared as fol
lows: SEU 3G-13-33, Georgo Lehman.
Commissioner of Public Lands and
Dated December 6, 1915. 92-3w
NOTICE FOB BIDS FOIt THE SALE
OF CITY OF 'OHTH PLATTE
Notioo is hereby given by the Mayor
and City Council that bids will bo re
ceived at tho office of C. F. Temple,
City Clerk of tho City of North Platto,
Nebraska, on tho 28th day of Decem
ber, 1915, for tho purchase of Twclvo
Thousand Dollars ($12,000.00) City of
North Platte Park Bonds, said bonds
being numbered from ono to six In
clusive and of tho denomination nf
Two Thousand Dollars ($2000.00)" each
ana bearing Interest at tho rata of flvo
per cent per annum payable nnnimiiv
as evidenced by coupons thoroto at-
All of said bonds aro of thn dnto nr
October 1st, 1915, and bear Intorost
at tho rnto of flvo per cent per annum
troni said date. Said bonds and said In
terest coupons nro to bo paid at tho
oitico of tho State Treasurer of Ne
braska, at Lincoln, Nebraska.
Bond number ono becomes duo and
payablo on tho 1st dny of October,
1920, bond number two becomes duo
and payablo on tho 1st day of October,
1921, bond number thrco becomes duo
and payablo on tho 1st day of October
1922, bond numbor four becomes due
and payablo on tho 1st day of Octobor
1923, bond number flvo becomes duo
and payablo on tho first day of Octo
bor, 1924, and bond numbor six be
comes duo and payablo on tho 1st dav
of October 1925.
Tho Mayor and City Council reserve
tho right to rojoct any and all bids.
C F. TEMPLE, City Clerk.
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