The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, April 18, 1916, Image 5

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    This Week Is Rexali Week
Don't forget this week Rexali Week April 17th to
22d, we will give a 20 per cent reduction on all guaranteed
Rexali Remedies.
With each r,()c box of Harmony, Alma Zada or Violet
Dulce Face Powder, we will give free one face chamois.
With each ll'm tooth brush we will give one tube of
Rexali Tooth Paste.
With each 50c jar of Violet Dulce, Harmony or Arbu
tus Vanishing Cream or face cream we will give on box of
Violet Dulce or Trailing Arbutus Talcum Powder,
With each one pound box of writing paper we will
give one package of linen envelopes.
These are only a few of the bargains we will offer you
during Rexali Week. Watch for our hand bills and news
paper ads announcing other specials. It will pay you to
trade at the Rexali Store during Rexali Week.
Don't forget the dates, April 17th to 22d. All week.
Rexali Drag Store.
I'll ONE 4.
Tho Senior Class of l'JIGjirc limiting
propurnttons for tholr closing cxcr
clsos which will bo held the latter pnrt
of Mny. Tho clnss tbli yrav Is com
posed thirty-flvo girls uul boys nnd
Miss llolon Ahl(m has 1 'in selected
as valedictorian. Officers are: Presi
dent, Harold Burke; vic-presldent,
Helen Aldon; treasurer, Jack Husband
und secretary Alta Dorryherry.
The class piny entitled "Green Stock
lugs," for which a cast has been so
loctcd. from tho members', will bo
given at tho Keith theatre Friday
ovenlng, May 19th, with Miss Dorothy
Illnmnn and flcorgo Thompson In tho
leading roles.
On tho following cvonlng the Junior
Senior banquet will bo hold at the Mc
Cabo hotel and Sunday May 21st, the
baccalaurotto sermon will bo delivered.
The cholco of u elergymon has not
been mndo but one will be chosen at a
meeting next week. The llnal exami
nations will bo lipid from tho 22(1 until
tho 21th of Mny. and the graduation
exorcises will bo held on that evening
at the Keith theare.
and son
guests of.
Miss Marie .Stack returned Sunday
evening from a short visit in Kearney.
Mrs. J. I. Smith went to Hershey
Saturday evening to visit her daughter.
Dr. Morrill, Dentist, McDonald Bank
Attorney W. H. Miles, of Sidney,
spent tho week end hero on business.
Palm Leo Cigar 10c. 14-tf
W. L. Cary, of Omaha, spent a few
days here visiting Charles Wlielan and
transacting business.
City Property to Trade for Farm
Land. Address postofflco box G17. tf
Chapter A K, P. E. O., will meet to
morrow afternoon with Mrs. C. R.
Morey, GOO west Third street.
Mrs. Wood White left at noon Satur
day fcf Grand Island to visit relatives
for several days.
Wanted Competent girl for general
housework. Apply to Mrs. C. F. Tol
lefsen, Sutherland, Neb. ,
Mrs. E. N. McNamar
Warren, of Poxton, wore
friends in town sunuay.
H. & M. spread more, cover better
and last longer.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike McFaddon and
baby, of Paxton, came Saturday morn
ing tot vls'it her parents Mr. and Mrs.
John Herro-a.
Grain the spneo around tho with
Chinaniel. Any child can do it. Makes
narrow boards out of wide ones
Mrs. Elmer Burke who had been
vlsttlnc relatives in Bertrand, is ex
pected to return the latter part of
this week.'
Mrs. Chas. Mann, of Sidney, will
arrive today at noon for a visit, with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mc-Mlchael.
Now is the opportune time to buy
your Suit or Coat at'ione-fifth off and
all alterations done tree.
Miss Celesta Katon and brother
Thomas, of Alliance, who have been
visiting their sister Mrs. Glen Miller
for several weeks, left Saturday.
All our Ladies Suite in Gaberdines,
Poplins and Silk Taffetas and Failles,
nro being sold at n discount of
Mrs. Edward Luby and baby left a
few days ago for Giltner to visit, rela
tives for a fortnight before leaving
for Delta, Colo., where Mr. Luby has
a position on the base ball team this
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Grady, of Grand
Island, formerly residents of this city,
returned here tho later part of last
week to make their homo. Mr. Grady
entered the employe of tho Union. Pa
cific yesterday morning.
For Your Next Order of
Feed, flour, cabbage,, potatoes, ap
ples, sand hill seed potatoes of all
kinds seo J. Mogensen at tho North
SIdo barn or phone 29. 22-tf
The Club Ncvlta will meet tomorrow
afternoon with Mrs. Androw Yost.
D. B. White returned Sunday even
ing from Omaha where he went last
week by auto.
A. W. Scribner, of Omaha, Union Pa
cific tax commissioner, is transacting
business here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laughlin spent
a few days in Sutherland-with friends,
and returned last cvonlng.
Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stone Drug
Mrs. Arthur Allen and baby returned
Sunday evening from Farnnm where
they were the guestsof relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Brooks loft Sun
day evening for Omaha, Grand Island
and other points to spend ten days.
Mrs. Clarence Miller and Mrs. Chas.
Perkins spent part of last week visit
ing friends In towns on the branch
On and after this date, April 17, 191G,
I will not be held responsible for any
debts contracted by any one but my
, T. C. Paterson returned tho latter
part of last week fro'm Omaha whore
he visited his daughters who are teach
ing there.
Henry Richmond, of Omaha, who
had been In charge of the Neville cam
palgn headquarters for several weeks,
left at noon yesterday.
Jlrs. George McGlnley, of Keystone,
returned yesterday morning from Oma
ha and aftor a short visit with local
friends loft for heme.
All our ready-to-wear garments on
the first fkor and all our yard goods
will be 'sold at a discount of twenty
per cent.
Mrs. Glen Ferguson, who has been
visiting her sister Mrs. Harry LanU
in Sterling for a couple of weeks, in
expected home Friday.
Joseph Cole, of Hastings, who has
been employed at Brule for some timo,
spent Sunday with his uncle J. J. Gott
mnn'and Mrs. Gettman.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosenbaum
of Omaha, are visiting with their un
cle William Maloney and family while
enroute home from Denver.
Friends In town received word this
week from John O. Seilius, formerly
of tho Dixon Jewelry store, that ho
recently accepted a position as one
of tho five bend watch makers at
'IHffiny's In New York.
Eyestrnln headaches will never bo
relieved permanently except wun
glasses. Fifty per cent of all head
aches are caused by eyestrain. C. S,
Clinton, Registered Optician, tho sign
with the Big Ring.
Asa Sargent and Miss Helen Gerdes
of Paxton, were granted a marrlago
license Saturday and later marled by
County Judge Froncb. Tho written
consent of tho bride's mother, Mrs
Gertie Gerdes, of this city, was given
Tho house located on tho corner of
Third and Willow streets, purchaser
to remove tho same from tho lot. In
quire of J. C. Wilson on tho premises
Al T E
Is the Spring time resurrection, and the long slumber of
winter breaks into the up-springing green of life. The
snap and vim of the air awakens a desire for work and this
means a keen appetite for spring vegetables.
We have an excellent variety and plenty of them.
SencTin your orders early and we will protect you.
"Prepare" for the coming Easter and we will do the rest.
Our arotto: "Honey's Worth or Money Back."
C. R. Osgood reports tho snlo of three
Reo cars to Logan county residents,
one to Gcorgo Hill, one to Joe Broalus
ml one to John Santo1.
The Hendy-Ogler Co. havo been re
ceiving for a month or so pnst two
cnrloads of Fords each week, part
of those gdng to sub-agents. At tho
homo garago tho firm hnd twenty-five
Fords on hands a month ago, today
they had only six or seven, Indicating
mat tho supply during that time is
much less than the demand.
The Trotter agency rocolved a car
Studebaker sixes the latter nart
or last week. F. L. Mo-onoy Is one of
the latest purchasers of this model.
Shipments of Dodgn enrs to North
Matte are delayed by Inability to se-
ciro cars. Tho cam haVo of late
been 'shipped in any old box car
knocked down, which Is rather in
convenient for dealers.
Tho Ford truck has made Its appear
ance In North Platte, not manufac
tured by tho Ford factory, but a Ford-
usually an old one converted into a
truck, 'with cushion tires behind and
pneumatic In front, tho construction
material being supplied by an eastern
manufacturing company. One of these
trucks, put up Ipr Chas. Hendy, Sr.,
was out on uio streets Saturday and
carried a load of 2800 pounds.
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Friends in town havo received cards
announcing tho marrlago of William
Leo Erb and Miss Edna Reamer Vos
seller of Gothenburg which took place
on Saturday April 8th. Mr. Erb Is tho
son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcorgo Erb of
Gothenburg and for sovoral years has
boon salesman for tho Beebc nnd Run
an Co. of Omaha frequently visiting
hero. Prevlolua to this work ho at
tended the state university and Was a
classmato of many of tho local high
school boys whom! ho has visited nt
arious times. The bride is an Illinois
young lady who has been teaching
m uotnenburg for threo yenrs.
on all our ready- to wear garments on
tho second floor.
Celebrate Elghty-Arsl. IHrthdny
Thursday afternoon Mrs. C. Paul
son entertained about thirty-five
ladles at her home on west Sixth St..
in honor of tho olghty-flrst birthday
or ner 'mother, Mrs. Mnry Jane Applo-
gaio. bhe received numerous gifts.
Miss Clara Rodgors rendered several
instrumental pieces, Miss Alma Shoup
of Sutherland gave several splendid
readings: vocal solo by Mrs. Thomas
Manglo; songs by Mrs. Gummero, Fern
una niycn anoup, 01 auuiorianu and
Miss Mata Paulson.
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For Sale
Tho Major WalRer residence, 504
west Fourth Street. House modern
and in good condition. Fino shade
and fruit trees. Also some articles of
household furniture. Inquire at resi
dence. 27-4
Attorney J. G. Peeler is transactinc
business in JDenvor this week.
Mrs. Arthur McMullen will entertain
tho Elito club tomorrow afternoon.
Miss Mary Ellas resumed her duties
with the Llerk-Snndall Co. yesterday
morning aftor a two weeks' absence.
Tho Methodist aid society will hold
an exchange and bazaar at tho Der
ryborry & Forbes sboro Saturday, April
The Scoonovor medal was awarded
to Paul Marti in tho competitive drill
of the high school cadets the hitter part
or laBt week.
Twenty teachers of tho Lincoln
county schools took examinations from
County Supt. Alloen Gant( tho
latter part of last weok.
Tho Presbyterian aid society will
meet Thursday afternoon in tho church
parlors, entortalned by Mesdames
Knox, Bowen and Esholman.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore Lowe. Sr..
who visited their dnughter Mrs. Deech-
or Parker in Rawlins Inst week, re
turned homo at noon. yesterday.
For Sale New liiintmlnv. Tnnnlr
G03 west Eighth street.
Mrs. Skow, of Ravonnn, was called
hero yesterday by the illness of her
daughtor-ln-lnw, Mrs. John Skow, who
was operated upon yostorday morning.
Tho meeting of tho M. M. M. club,
which was to havo boon held at the
homo of Mrs. Gcorgo Voselpkn, Thurs
day ovenlng, has been postponed until
next weok.
Prick work on the Junior high school
staited laWt Friday and with four
bricklayers at work fair progress Is
bolng mado. Tho forco will probably
bo increased at a lator date.
Havo you Been our now Piottery
Vases, Jnrdinjers, Fern dishes, Hang
ing -Baskets, etc., just what you noed
for your Easter plants. Clinton, Jew
eler, tho sign with tho Big Ring.
Houses, nlco rooms, hay, farm and
oilier lands, town herd pasture. A
money maker for tho right ilarly. Pay
rent out of herd receipts.
vm it t r i1
nny km Me expected
amber of Commerce
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North Platte, like any other American town that expects to uet ahead
and increase in prosperity, can only hope to attain its full growth and
live up to its fullest opportunities by extending its commercial activities
through SOME organization that is truly reresentative of its full citizen
ship. The CHAMBER of COMMERCE is tho ONLY organization in the city
that even pretends to fulfill that mission and the mission is of VITAL
IMPORTANCE to every citizen of the' town wage-earner, property
owner, employer, merchant and professional man alike.
It may bo that tho CHAMBER of COMMERCE has not done all that it
might have done for North Platte.
But if it has not, no one else is so l&tmly aware of the fact that ft hasn't
as are the old wheel-horses who have sweat blood and sacrificed time
and money in an effort to DO THINGS.
If the Chamber of Commerce has fallen short of what the good citizens
of North Platte expect
The fault lies at the door of our men and brethren who havo stood
around and looked on, instead of jumping in nnd helping.
You, My Brother, Must Bear the Blame
NORTH PLATTE to keep its place on the map, must havo a live up-to-date
and going CHAMBER of COMMERCE. It isn't a luxury it is a
NECESSITY to the TOWN'S WELL-DOING. Its membership should be
larger by FIVE HUNDRED than it now is.
The things the CLUB have not accomplished for North Platte arc
chargeable to you, MR. ONE OF THE THOUSAND WHO ought to BE IN.
Every new industry brought to North Platte; qvery local industry
strengthened; every family added to the city's population acctffs favor
ably YOUR pocketbook, YOUR investment, YOUR business, or YOUR
Every new family that comes into town increases tho value of your
property; increases your opportunities for business; increases your pro
fessional practice. Adds to the value of every farm in this part of tho
country. As the City grows so does the value of tho farm land increase
in value. We all need each other. Isn't this true?
Are you a SALARIED EMPLOYE or WAGE earner? A prosperous,
lively, growing, go-ahead town means more employment, better wages,
higher salaries. YOU are interested in a greater NORTH PLATTE
larger and more prosperous city. It means something to You personally-
' immsismm.
Take the broad minded view, and don't sneak out of tho back door when
you see a squad of tho membership committee headed your way Thurs
day. Come in, the water's fine.
Norm Platte Chamber of Co
Tho hoard of directors of tho Cham
ber of Commerce held a meeting Fri
day afternoon and elected a president,
vicc-nresidont ad treasurer, making
tho selections fro'ai mombers of tho
rganlzation but outside the directory.
For president O. II. Thoeiocue was se
lected, John W. McGraw was elected
vlco-presldent and J. B. McDonald
treasurer. A secretary was not elected,
.but the sentiment of the directors was
unanimously In favor of securing a
secretary whp will devoto all his time
to tho work. Effortsto secure such
a man are now bolng mndo.
Mr. Thoelecke, tho now president of
the association is a doer of things,
lias .always (been an enthusiastic
booster for North Platte ad Lincoln
county and In his new position will
bo moro enthusiastic than boforo If
such Is possible.
Vice-president "Jnck" McQra'w and
Treasurer McDonald aro also well
known boosters and with a boosting
secretary whoover ho may be and
boosting board of directors, things In
North Platto should merrily hum dur
ing tho next year.
(,'oiuniItlccH Report ('nod Progress.
Tho chairman and cntortninlng com
mittee of the baso ball carnival and
fair met Friday evening to report on
tho progress which they havo mndo
for this affair which will lie hold at
tho Lloyd during Easter week. Each
committeo gavo a flattering roport
of tho work which Is being dono and
the assistance which they are receiving
from citizens. Tho hall will bo decor
ated appropriately and a number of
booths will bo arranged on cither side
of tho room. The stage will bo used for
vaudovillo attractions and refresh
mont booths will bo placed at Inters
vals. Dancing will begin nt"iiino o'clock
and the music furnished by tho Stamp
orchestra. A number of young ladles
havo been invited to assist at tho
various booths and in tho entertain
Ing work .
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25 Ladies' Silk Poplin Suits nil
shades and sizes, Just arrived worth
$22.50 and $25.00 on sale at $11.48.
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Sebastian Rccchos Promotion.
J. E. Sobastlan, who for several
years has been special agent of tho
Minnesota Llfo Insurance Co. with
headquarters In this city has been pro
moted to stato agent of the samo com
pany. It Is a recognition of Jim's, pro
pensity "to keop ovorlnstlngly at It,"
In other 'wprds, of his hustling ability.
Ask Harry for a "Nyal Spoclnl" at
our soda department. Somo delicious
Highest market prlco paid for hides.
Wo buy dry bones, Iron and othor
Junk. North Platto Junk Houso. 27tf
W. J. Tlloy left today for Scotts
Bluff to spend a week on business for
Mrs. Frank Darnell nnd daughter
rcturod Saturday evening from Kear
ney whete thoy had boon visiting
Mrs. J. J. Ilnlllgan, who had been in
Washington, D. C, is visiting "friends
in Omaha and Lincoln this weok whilo
onrouto home. She Is expected to re
turn homo Saturday morning.
Mrs. Isnac Dlllcn, who has been vis
iting hor daughter Mrs. Donald Good
win In Mlndon, Ln ifor sovornl
months, is expected here this weok to
visit for somo timo with Mrs. Lester
William Kccgan was arrested the
latter part of last weok for stealing n
punch bowl nnd a number of glasses
from tho Lloyd opora houso. Tho
value of tho goods taken, which belong
ed to tho "Yeoman lodge, wns about
llvo dollars. Tho caso will bo heard
In tho county court on Thursday, April
20th. After stealing tho goods Kcegan
sold them to tho Vanscoy store whore
thoy 'wore located.
Mr. und Mrs. W. II. Bray, of Lex
ington, came tho lattor part of last
week to mako their homo horo and
havo located on east Cth street,
A. A. Schatz came homo Saturday
morning from Omaha where ho spoil tt
a week' on business and visiting luV
slstor Mrs. William Joffers.
Mrs. Henry Schott and daughter
Miss Irono returned tho lattor part of
last week Trom LIsco wlioro thoy at
tended the funeral of a relative
Let tho Hide chink "Olilnnniol" grain
your lloor or woodwork. II o docs It
over old palnled surfaces at a ridicu
lous low cost. Stone, The Driixgist.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Perry "Carson aro en
joying a visit from tho fonnor's mother
who enmo from Gothenburg tho latter
part of laBt week.
L. W. Walkor of Omaha who was
called hero last .week by his fathor's
death will leave Friday. Mrs. Walker
and daughter will remain horo for a
month longer
There is only one safe way to conserve your
Deposit it when received in a strong, reliable
bank, and make your payments by check.
You can then tell at any time just where your
money has gone, and every check you issue
becomes a receipt.
This bank places at the command of deposi
tors many facilities which contribute to the
safety oi their lunds.
McDonald State Bank.
North Platte, Nebraska.
1008 Wt Fourth Street. Phono 110
Ethical, Moral, Efficient.
An institution for tho treatment of Medical, Surgical and Confinement
DR. J. S. TWLVEJf, Pliyslclnn and Surgeon.
tho yeomen.