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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1916)
THREE BAGGER BY AMEN
I WINS TIGHT GAME
. SAVE A
BUSHELL OF MONEY
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BY TRADING WITH
Harcourt & Jensen,
NORTH PLATTE'S MODERN CLOTHING STORE
A Few of Our $1 Day Specials!
Silk Front Shirts, $1.50 Values,
Men's Heavy Khaki Pants, $1.50 and
$1.25 values, ,
Lewis and Manhattan Athletic and Lisle
Union Suits, $1.25 and $1.50 values,
, Saturday $1.00
SEE OUR BIG DOLLAR WINDOW
EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATION
TO BE HELD TOMORROW.
North Platto defeated Maywoad
Wednesday afternoon on tho local
grounds by a two to ono Bcore, thanks
to Johnnie Anion, who In tho seventh
inning sent a three-base liner into
right field and brought in two men
who were on bases, but failed to make
tho coinpleto circuit himself. While
tho gamo was not fruitful of sensa
tional plays, tho playing was steady
and heady, with tho locals passing
through the eight frames without an
Tho opposing twlrjors were Artlcy
for tho visitors and Todenhoft for tho
locals, and wlhlo both men were a
llttlo wild on tho start, they steadied
down and pitched In old-time form.
Todenhoft waB credited with twelve
strike outs and Artley with Boven.
Twlco In tho first six Innings tho
locals succeeded In getting a man on
third, but there he died, and It was not
until tho soventh, tho always lucky
seventh for North Platto, that a man
was forged over tho homo slab.
Tho visitors took six hits off Toden
hoft and tho locals four off Artley, two
of tho four being thrco-baggers, one
by Qettman, tho other by Amen.
Tho score by frames:
Maywood.. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
North Platto 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
J. Ray Rorram and Miss Mabel An-
dorson woro qulettly married at the
Episcopal rectory yesterday morning
at eight o'clcok Dean Bowker officia
ting. Tho ceremony was performed in
tho presence of a fow relatives. The
brldo wore a dark blue tailored suit
and largo black hat. They were unat
tended. Mr. nad Mrs. Dorram left last
ovenlng for Sidney whero they will
make their home.
The brldo Is tho daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Anderson of Hcrshey and Cor
several years has "been assistant In the
Bxock dental office. Her pleasing man
ner has won for her a largo circle
of friends. Mr. Dorram Is the eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Dorram
and until recently aws employed in
tho local irallroad shops. At present he
is in charge of the electrical depart
ment of tho Union Pacific at Sidney. He
Is an enterprising and industrious
young man. Best wishes are extended.
Miss Anna Howes enjoyably enter
tained tho Eldeen club Wednesday.
Tho afternoon was spent in kenslngton
work. Mrs. E. W. Cross will entertain
tho ladles on Juno 7th.
Tho Lincoln County Eighth Grade
graduation exercises will bo held In
tho Keith theatre tommorrow after
noon at two o'clock.
There arc a hundred of these graduates
and they represent twenty-seven dis
tricts In tho county.
The program for the afternoon will
be as follows:
Invocation, Rev. Robert II. White.
Recitation, "Jane Jones", Marston
White. District No. 11.
Piano, duet, "Snow Balls," Gladys
Swancutt, District No. G and Lola
Rcltation, "Th Man Behind tho
Plow," Leo Roy Dameron, Dlst. No. 98.
Recitation, "A Voice From a Far
Country," Anna Harris, Dlst No. G.
Solo, "A Llttlo Pink Rose," Nona
Johnson, Dlst, No. 37.
Recitation, "Lcadvllle Jim," Clarence
Dameron, Dlst. No. 98.
Recitation, "IS't as Alef Told It His
OwnselV Fay Mason, Dlst. No. 38.
Address, Supt. C. V. Williams, Cur
tis, Neb. Wl,rf,t.;.s.i,
Presentation;1 of 'Diplomas: 1
Bonedlction, Rev. Robert H. White.
Dlcs nt Local Hospital.
Orvlllo Fast, tho slxteon year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Olander Fast of Suth
erland, died at a local hospital; Wed
nesday morning. Tho young man had
been 111 for several weeks with ty
phoid fovor but was considered oit of
danger until a fow days ago. Ho was
a staunch momber of tho Presbyter
Ian church ami attended tho'.Suthcr
land high school where ho was . a
favorlto and studious pupil. To tho
bereaved family sympathies aro ex
tended. Tho remains wero taken to
Vallsca, la., Wednesday evening for
i J. DIENEIi & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance
Come and seo us for town lots In
different parts of the city. Good In
vestments on easy torms. Houses for
sale and rent. We have also good bar
gains In farms and ranches.
Cor. Front and Dowov StB.. upstairs.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS.
Lost Bunch of keys. Flndor ploaso
leavo ;at Nyal drug etoro. 3S-i
Ray Murray, at Lincoln, spont a
fow days with his mothor this week.
I wish to put out fifty hoad'of cattlo
on pasture Who wants them? Phono
782F022 THOMAS B. DOOLITTLH.
Tho MIbbob Shoup, of Sutherland,
camo down Tuesday to attend tho Yeo
Miss Ada Taolo, ono of tho local
teachers will return to her homo In
Fullcrton Paint $2.00 per gallon,
with my five year guarantee
1741 STONE, Tho Druggist.
Tho Sonlor class hold nn onjoyablo
plcnlo In tho canyonB south of town
$ Tuesday evening,
Miss Irnm Bradloy o'f tho Dlckoy
lco cream parlers has boon off duty
on account of Illness.
.Mtss Thorosa Fokln will leavo next
vook for tho Koarnoy Normal to take
a teaching courso.
For Farm Loans see or write Qono
Crook, room 3,'Waltemath building,
North Platto. 41U
Mr. and Mrs. Sorbnpon, of Choyonno,
who visited Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Tlloy,
loft Wednesday morning,
Dr. J, K. Elms roturnod to Lincoln
Wednesday Imornjng. aftar visiting
formor friends for sovoral days.
Miss Elslo Crain and nlstcr Mrs.
Goorgo LomaB will leavo shortly for
Mullon to visit for a couplo of wooks.
Miss Maymo PIzor went to Grand
Island yesterday to visit her cousin
for. sovoral days. '
Mrs. Jesse VanDyko will leavo Tues
day fdr Kansas City to mako an ox-
tended visit with relatives.
DoVt forgot that you can buy "any
Wool Suit In tho storo formorly sold
up to $40,00 atrJIO.OO and $15.00 at
Miss Julia Konvnllno, of Laramie,
who was tho gucBt of her slstor Mrs.
Everett Bloyd for Bovoral weeks, left
Mrs. N. McCabo . returned Tuesday
ovonlng from Omaha whoro Bho was
called by tho death of hor sister a
couple of wcoka ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Amrlno, of
Brush, Colo., woro callod horo Wed
nosdoy by tho death of tho lattor's
brothor tho lato Orvlllo Fast.
Mrs. Wilfred Stuart and baby, of
Loxlngton, camo Wednesday ovonlng
to visit with her' parents Mr. and
Mrs. John TIgho for two weeks.
Earl Andrew Duvall of North Platto
and Gladys Marlon Taylor of Kalama
zoo, Mich., woro granted a marriage
llconso Wednesday by Judge French.
Mrs. Frank Nowman, of Grand Ib
land, formorly of thlB city 1b spending
this week with frlonda whllo ourouto
to DonYor to visit her parents
MUlon Doollttlo who was oporated
upon for appondicitlB last weok In
Los Angolos lo gotlng aloug nlcoly.
Tho operation was performed by Dr.
Rox Duncan formerly of this city.
Ericsson Sells Ruby Reef.
Fred Ericsson, of Cottonwood, was
on tho South maha market tho latter
J. H. Hogarty left Wednesday morn
lng for Paxton on business.
J ,W. Shephard roturned Tuesday part c last ,week w,th two caJs, Df
from a business visit In Omaha. DaDy ueer- ineae animais, yero year..
lings, weighed an average of 830
mra nooon iiruoy, or waywoou, xor- DOUnds eacl, and brought S9.1G nor
meny oi una cuy, visiteu menus nero hundred, or an average of $70.00
per head. Ensilago was strongly used
In feeding and Mr. Ericsson says the
I, result was very noticeable. .
Eugeno Atkinson, one of Mr. Erics-
Tho local base ball team will go to I, " -
. , ...Jtbo same day with a car of heavy
animals for which he received $9.50
For Sale Early cabbage and caull
Uowor plants. Phono Red G98. L,
Gothenburg today to play with tho
Mrs. James Snydor will leavo tomor
row afternoon for Kearney to visit
with friends for a weok or more.
Goat EntMoney Order,
Postmaster McEvoy received the fol-
MONEY TO LOAN on farm and ranch 10 winB l"or Monday:
I got a postal money order for $33
on May 18th. Ono of tho goatc In the
show eat It un. mionov order anil re-
Bo sure and look over our Dollar Cf!lnt. T ,mil W mit lt ln nn mv lrun,r
i. I f
counters tomorrow, it means a great Und ho nipped lt ln a twinkle. Now I
mnmr-o V 7 npparc,-hvlsh you to help mo regain the $33.
Miss Clara Stoffor, of Lexington. With Barnes ClrcuB."
camo Wednesday ovonlng to visit her Wednesday a posUl card was re-
cousln Miss Irono Schott whllo. onrotito celved bearing this Inscription;
homo from Ogalalla. "Blamed goat unjustly. It was an, old
ti, ,,,Pr!n xti. tt,., J order goat cat. Sorry to troublo you.
Hold and Wallace L. Thompson will
tako placo Wcdnosday ovonlng, Juno
7th,. at tho Episcopal chuTch.
lands. Wrlto us. Suroty "Mortgago &
Trust Co., David City,, Neb. 38-4
G room houso, electric lights, water
TIiq ward schools will close today antl toilet In houso, $12 por month at
and thoro will Immediately bo a scat- 310 west A street EnqUtro of C. M.
hopo a happy vacation for tho young
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The First National Bank
NORTH ri,A.TT15t NISlSRASICA.
Member Federal Reserve Bank System.
CA.FITA.L, A2VD SURPLUSt
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
STABILITY, EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE
MATE BEEN THE FACTORS IN THE GROWTH OF THIS
BANK, AND THE SAME CAREFUL ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO
SMALL ACCOUNTS AS IS GIVEN TO IAKGK BALANCES.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
o ' -
Brodbeck & Son oxpect to open tholr
markot ln their -new building noxt
Wednesday morning, although some of
tho furnishings will not havo arrived
by that tlmo.
Mrs. O. H. Thoolecko was hostess
to tho Novlta club Wednesday attor
nooiu In tho guessing contosts Mes-
damoa Fretl Payno and Andy Yost
wqro awarded tho prizes.
Outwardly and inwardly tho human
oyo la a wonderful pieco of divine
mechanismand yet how many jmll-
uons or peopio thoro aro wlu uso their
oyes ovory making momont of tholr
llvoa ln total Ignorance of their proper
care. C. S. CLINTON. Registered Od-
tomotrlst Tho sign of tho big ring,
was an out of town guest.
At a recont mooting of tho Epworth
loaguo tho following officers woro
olocted: P,rosidcnt David Brooks, sec.
rotary Jolino Antonldos, trcasuror Will
Davla, organlBt Mrs. Ireno Crano, bud
organist Eva Lamb, chairman of devo
tional work Marjory Cross, chairman of
missionary work Ella Wetvvor, chair
man of mercy and holp Esther Kolly,
chairman of social and entertainment
Mrs, Wf O, MoDarmott.
Rig: Intcrost In Dollar. Day.
Pooplo of North Platto and folks who
have been In from tho country nro
evincing much Interest In tho "Dollar
Day" which tho merchants -will hold
tomorow. And well they should, for
ovory item offorcd by tho merchants,
and thero la a great variety, Ib a gen
ulno bargain a reduction of from
twonty to fifty por cent on tho regular
soiling prico. It Is anticipated that
sales tomorow will bo heavy.
For Yonr'Next Order of
Feed, flour, cabbago, potatoes, an
plos, sand hill sood potatoes of all
kinds seo J. Mogonaon at tho North
Sldo barn or phono 29. 22-tf
Tho Catholic Glrla' Club met Wed
neaday ovenlng with Mrs. Harry Guth
orlesB; assisting her wero Mtssos Noll
Hanlfln, Ellon McCarthy, Mlnorva. Mc
Williams and Ruth Hubbard. Miss
Vaunlta Hayes won tho hand-painted
plato and MrB. Perry Carson was given
seend prlzo. Mlsa Florenco Donegan, a
brldo of noxt weok was presented with
a half do?on hnnd-palnted plates. Out
of town guests wero Mrs. Wilfred
Stuart, of "Loxlngton, and Mrs. Waltor
Beam of Lordsburg, N, M.
Dr. Brock, Dentist, over SJono Drug
SATURDAY DAY DOLLAR!
4 lbs Pilot, regular price $1.20, for $1.00
4 lbs San Marto, regular price 1.40, for 1.20
3 lbs Old Master, regular price.... 1.20, for 1.00
4 lbs May Day, regular price 1.30, for 1.00
10 cans Sifted Peas, regular price . . 1.25, for 1.00
10 can Corn; regular price 1.25, for 1.00
4 Large cans "Glass Jar' Hawaiian
Pineapple, regular price '. . ., 1.20, for 1.00
1 pound Black Hawk Tea, regular price .50
3 cans of Spices, any kind, regular'price .30 '
1 pint bottle Grape. Juice, regular price .30
1 pint bottle Porter's Ginger'Ale " " .15 $1.25
All for $1.00
Gash with Order
A firm that has heen in business for 30 years. Bottled Soda
Water is just the purest of water charged with pure carbonip
acid gas with a little syrup, flavored with harmless flavoring
and coloring and pure fruit acid. Our bottling department
is screened and sanitary; we filter all our water before bot
tling. We guarantee our products to comply with the Pure
Food and Drug Law.
Thanking our customers for their liberal patronage in the
past, we hope to merit the same in the future.
North Platte Bottling Works,
WM. HEYSE, Proprietor.
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