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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1916)
Lace Curtain Special
May IFth to 21st
We have just received a large invoice of new paLlerns in Lace
Curtains in medium priced goods. Before putting these in
stock at regular prices we are going to let you have a chance
to buy them at special prices for four days only. Prices per
paii will be
98C $1.29, $1.48, $1.79, $2.(9,
$2.48, $2.79, $3.98 and $4.
You will only have to see these to realize the values offered
IRA L. BARE, Editor nud Publisher.
One Year by Mall la Advance... $1.25
One Year by Carrier In Advance. .$LG0
Entered at Nor.th Platte, Nebraska,
PoBtofllco as Second Class Matter.
TUESDAY, 3IAY 10, 101(1.
"SEEING NORTH PLATTE"
TRIP MADE YESTERDAY.
Tho "Seeing North Platto" trip was
made yesterday afternoon undor tho
auspices of the Chamber of Connnerco
and directed by Secretary "W. D.
FIshor. Tho party, numbering about
.forty, met at tho Building & Loan
building and were tdkon In automo
biles to Tho Trlbuno where tho lino
type and presses wero In opera
tion and tho making of a nowspapor
Tho light and gns plant was then
visited. Hero tho party woro glvon
an opportunity to see tho machinery
Which makes tho clectrlt" current for
tho clty'B use, and witness tho rovo-
chlnco and tho inanglo which will
press threo thousand Hat pieces a
At tho Dally Telegraph tho visitors
wero presented with tho evening pa
por and their namo and a coin from tho
linotype. Tho last placo to bo Inspect
ed was tho Star Bottling Works, whoro
Mr. and Mrs. Porter served lunch and
soft drinks, also presenting the ladies
with decorated plates nnd other souve
nirs. Tho making of pop nnd sloft
drinks wns shown as was tho steriliz
ing and labeling. Tho lattor machlno
will label fifty cases an h'clur.- This
factory can furnish a car load of soft
drinks every twenty-four hours.
Tho concerts by tho North Platto
Municipal Band will bcgln""just as
soon as warm weather arrives, which
It Is hoped Is ntot more 'than thirty
days off. Tho majority of thcs6 con
Certs Will too given at tho court houso
park, tho others nt the city park In
tho Fourth wnrd. At tho latter park
a band stand will be orcted.
Mrs W. V. Houglnnd roturned Sntur-
duy evening from tlio oasterri pari of
tho Hthte whoro she 1 spent several
days on' Roboknh lodgo' work.
Mrs. It. 0. Chamberlain, who has
boon taking treatments nt Thormopo-
Hnnu nf tho ilvimmn used durin'c tho
day and tho one used at night nnd on,1'8' for BOVertl1 wcoks-,8 reported
Tuesday when tho, load Is tho heavlost,
this latter machlno being threo times
tho slsso of tho ono used for tho day
lf:d. In tho bnBoment thcty woro
shown tho eight high voltago switches,
the highest of which la 2,300. There
n'ro four largo boilers, each of which
Is used alternately for throe wooks
and burn eight tons of coal por day.
The stack is 1C0 feet high. Six men
arc employed dally nt tho plant. Tho
gas building was Inspected and tho
tanks In which tho gas undqrgoes each
chaugo woro explained by Messrs.
Moroy and Wills. Tho output of gas
Is 50,000 feet a day.
At, tho Ilawloy & Lowe Ico plant tho
making of nrtinclal lco was demon
strated by Mr, Lowe and tho visitors
wero presented with fruit from tho
cold Btorago room. Tho dnlly rtutput
of tho plant exceeds eight tbns.
Water Commissioner Wolch recoived
tho party at tho wator plant and ex
plained the machinery by which
2,100 gnllons of water Is pumped each
rnluuto or a total of threo million gal
lons In a day. Each revolution of
the fly-wheol then running nt ono-llfth
Its maximum speed, throws thlrty-slx
gallons into tho matus.
District Foreman McGraw escorted
the visitors through the Union Pa
cific round houso which gives em
ployment to two humlredi and ton
men. Twenty-eight stnlls are used
for tho onglncs in service whilo those
for repair aro sont to the shops or
stored In tho old round houso. Tho
work of lathee, bolt cutters, shapors,
and other machines was explained by
thoso in chnrgo nnd an illustration of
electric welding was glvon. Tho par
ty was thon arranged on tho turn ta
blc.'iwhlch Is 100 foot long nnd glvon
nn idea of its work.
Tho Lamb wholesale grocery on
north LocuBt street wns visited nnd
tho stock and tho warohouso Inspected
which has a storago capacity of sov
enty tons of food products nnd grain.
i no wortn 1'iatto creamery was a
placo of intorost and each guest was
treated to a glass of buttermilk. Tho
largo churn hero outs out ono thous
and pounds of butter In forty-flvo min
utes, Tho firm also makes largo quan
tities of lco cream.
At Uio North Platto nnd Dlokey
laundries were seen tho largo wash
ing machines, tho largo drying and
etarphlng rooms, collar and shirt ma-
to be much Improved.
HALL GAMES FOR THE
BALANCE OF MONTH.
applies to everything arid
everybody. This is the
time of the year to smile
and to make other people
smile. Nature herself is
smiling and she was tho
one who originally dis
covered the Brighten-Up
idea. The Sherwin-Williams
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
will Brighten Up your
property theres a
paint, varnish, stain or
enamel for every surface
around your home.
should include liberal
use of Sherwin-Williams
it's wonderful how "dif
ferent" they will make
your home and at slight
REXALL DRUG STORE
For tho balanco of this month four
games of ball have been scheduled,
threo of which will bo played on tlio
Next Sunday and tho followlntr Mon
day tho opposing team will be Eustis,
which Is said to have a strong team
Thursday, May 28th, tho fast May
wood team will bo horo for a game,
and Sunday, May 28th, tlio home team
goes to Maywood for a game.
Tho gamo so far scheduled to which
tho greatest Interest attaches Is with
tho Lincoln team of the Western
Leaguo, tho dato of which Is Thurs
day, Juno 1st.
Tho Links liavo an open dato on
that day iwlillo making a Jump from
Sioux City to Denvor, henco tho op
porunty to secure a game with them,
this' game should draw tho attendance
of a largo crowd, not only of town
peoplo, but from surrounding' towns.
C1TX AND COUNTY NEWS.
Mrs. Harry Moore, who hns been
seriously 111, is greatly Improved this
For Rent Four room houso at. 02
South Walnut. Inquire at 303 South
Mrs. Geo. A. Becchfif, of Hastings,
formerly of this city, Is vistlng Mrs.
George T. Field.
Rev. W. J. Dunnvlle, of Scotts Bluff,
will arrive Monday to visit at tho
Lplscopal rectory for a few days.
W. A Klngsley, an architect of
Choyenne, Is spending a few days here
and may deefdo to locate In this city.
Miss Mnudo Mlllor who came down
from Chappoll this week Jo attend tho
Fryo-HUlebrandt wedding, .will leave
Mrs. A. W. Shilling entertained
tho mombors of tho Entro Nous club
tho latter part-of last week at cards
Prizes wore) awarded to Mosdames
Harry Johnston and Asa Snyder. Guest
prizes were given to Mcsdames L. L.
Bortho and Wood White.
L. C. Coy and daughter, of Paxton
woro In town yestordny enroute to
kronen uow uy auto. Mr. Coy is craud
patrlacrh of tho Encampment degree
of Odd Fpllowshlp and Is making an
ofneinl visit to subordinate encamp
J. L. Bench, iC Manila. wnH tnkon
ill on the train horo Sunday afternoon
with an attack of asthma and being
a mornbor or tho B. P. O. E. and Ma
sonic lodges was placed under tliel
care at tho Hotel McCabo and medical
attontton given- him. Ho was enrouto
home from nn extended visit In Now
York City and Is said to bo
I. K. Neely, of La Salle, 111., arrived
Sunday nnl will romaln a fow days
transacting buslnoss and vlBltlng
frlonds. Mr. Noely was a former res
Idont of North Plntto, and nt that
time was employed as clerk In tho
V, P. district foreman's office He
Lelt the ctly twenty-six years ago
and has since been engaged In tho
mercantile buslnoss at LnSnllo
A delegation from tho Chamber of
Comorco hold a conference with tho
county commissioners rolatlvo to grad
lug tho nowrond between hero and
Maxwell, which Is to form a part of tho
Lincoln highway. They learned that
work on tho road would Login as soon
as stool ordorcd for a brldgo across
Whltehorso creek and for a cattlo
chuto west of tho new brldgo nrrlvos
This steel was ordored some time ago
BUCHANAN & PATTERSON
Loans, Real Estate and Insurance
We have plenty of money on hand to loan on farms and ranches. We guar
antee the lowest rates and best terms. No delay in closing loans.
Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Hail Insurance written in the best Insurance
Companies at lowest possible rates. t
All losses promptly and equitably settled. Our insurance department has
been doing business for 45 years with never a dissatisfied customer.
Investors and homescekers can always find choice bargains in City Property
and Farm Lands at our office.
At this time we have a number of special bargains in dwellings, the property
of non-residents, that must be sold. Small payment down and the balance in
monthly installments. We are offering these properties at a fraction of their
BUCHANAN & PATTERSON,
B, & L. BUILDING.
NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Died, at his homo 8 miles west of
North Platte, May 9, 191C, Henry
Ream, aged 81 years, 11 months, 23
days, of general disability. Tho de
ceased was born in Schuylkill county,
Penn., May lGth, 1834, of German par
ents. Moved to Mlama county, Indiana,
at ten years of age. Was married to
Mary A. Naymlso May 29th, 1859. To
this union was born seven boys and
seven girls. Tho family moved to Sa
lino county, Neb., In tho fall of 1880;
whoro thdy resided until the spring
of 1905, iwhen they moved to ther pres
ent home. On Jan. 1G, 191G his wlfo was
called to her Heavenly Home. He was
a man of generous disposition. Ho
leaves to mourn his loss ten sorrow
lng and loving children, fourteen
grand children and ono great grand
child. Tho chldren are: Mrs. A. S.
Gardner, -Arapahoe, Neb.; Mrs. A. E.
Moore, Horshey, Nebraska, Samuel H.
Ream, Grand Island, Neb., John W.
Ream, Portland, Ore., Georgo W.
Ream, Hershoy, Nob., India L., Hattlo
D., Robt. W Edward B. and Chas. L.
Ream of North Platte. ,
Funeral soryces were hold, at tho
homo Friday afternoon at 2 p. m. May
12th, In tho presence of a goodly num
ber of frlonds and neighbors. Ser
vices wero conducted by Rev. Fred
Johnson assisted by Ror. Satchell of
Hershoy. Tho remains woro laid to
rest In tho North Platto cemetery.
Ills last words iwero "I am going
homo." His bIx sons woro tho pall-bearors.
Card of Thanks.
Wo tako this method of thanking
our friends and neighbors for their
kindness1 and assistance during the
sickness and death of our dear father.
Wo also offer our thanks to the Platto
Valley ladles aid and also tho Nichols
aid Boclety for tho" beautiful floral
offerings. REAM FAMILY.
For Your Next Order of
Feed, flour, cabbage, potatoes, ap
ples, sand hill seed potatoes of all
kinds seo J. Mogensen at tho North
Side barn or phone 29. 22-tf
: :o: :
Mrs. Thomas; Williams, of Tamplco,
Mexico, formerly Miss Francis Har
rington, of this city, and later at Den
ver, writes that for fear of,a crisis be
tween tho United States and Mexico,
she will return to the states and re
main with tho .homo folks In Denver
until the dangerous period has passed.
Mrs. Williams was married two years
ago and located in Mexico. Since
that time she has had many thrilling
experiences in tho war zone.
Miss Avis Joder and brother Ralph,
of Alliance, who were guests of Mrs.
W. D. Joder for several days, left last
"555? 1 iirjiJU.niL-5fc, hi i iiifsri
Tho gas rango truly takes all the
trouble out of meal preparation.
If s the up to date, eafo and sano
way of cooking.
Wo want you to see our assort
ment of gaa ranges. We'll explain
how economical they are, how easy
to cook with, how quickly they per
form their duty without smoke or
dust or ashes.
When you once use one you'll
wonder how you ever did without it.
North Platte Light & Power Co.
C. R. MOREY, Manager.
Choice Seed Corn
We have choice Seed Corn from 1915 crop,
showing it will mature early. Sweet Clover, Al
falfa, Siberian and Hog Millet.
H. L. PENNINGTON,
Phone 99 and Black 388.
600 East Front.
Grocery orders to 32
They will given prompt and
W. J. HOLDERNESS
Wiring Storago Bnttorles
Geo. B. Dent.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention given to Surgery
Office: Building and Loan Building
MINNESOTA MUTUAL LIFE
It's tho household word In Western
Nebraska. It's Old Line, the host mon
ey can buy. It's what you need, for a
savings bank and Insurance that In
sures. They all buy It.
"There is a Reason"
For further Information
Phone, call or address
J. E. SEBASTIAN, State Agent,
The Old Lino Man
NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA.
Quality Not . Quantity
Wo make cigars In tho small and In
the regular sizes preferring to use
quality tobacco In proforenco to quan
tity. W use only tho best tobacco
for flllor and wrapper and our cus
tomers are always satisfied. Wo han
dle a largo lino of smokers' articles,
our display of pipes bolng especially
J. F. SCHMALZRIED.
s an d Ca
Bought and night st market
Residence Red 63G Office 459
C. H. WALTERS.
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