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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1916)
NEW FALL SUITS AND COATS
The appeal these Suits and Coats make to your "Style Sense" is made Irresistible
when you find how Reasonable the Price. This is especially true in. the lines we
are showing at $18.00, $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00, all of which are truly won
derf ul values. Other values to please you up to $50.00.
TlTere is an air of something about the New Fall Models that we are showing that just talks of Tailoring and i
,vtTr a nr ire i-incr .
We showvplenty of staple colors, and some new ones, such as Royal Coach Green, Havana Brown, Orleans Plum,
Burgundy Purple and Harmonious Shades in TaltersalFs Checks. Materials that are always good and always reliable, I
snr.li CnliRrflinfiw. Valours. TCrnnrlp.ini lis and Pnnlins. if
Showing of Advance Styles
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SKIRTS
Offering of Authentic Styles
DRESSES AND WAISTS ,
Fall Fashions are Now Being Shown
School Days arc here.
Fit your children cut at
this storo. You will
DRY GOODS WOMEN'S READY TO WEAR - CLOTHING SHOES
ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY J.E.NELSON, MANAGER
Everything in Wearing
Apparel for JSoys and
Girls. This store is the
place to Sit them out
IRX L. BAKE, Editor Bad FubUaker.
, SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One Year by Mall 1b Advance.... SJLS;
Oh'c Year by Carrier lu Ailrauca. .81J0
Entered at North Platte, Nebraska,
Postolllco aa Second Olasa Matter.
Fill DAY, SKPKMDElt 8, 11)1(1.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS.
Pay Up Month
This la pay-up month at Tho Trlbuno
offlqo. Every subscriber who Is In
arrears for; subscription Is expected
to .liquidate. Statements are being
sent to all delinquents. Tho money
duo has boon well earned and must bo
paid. In fthoso times ot hlgh-prlcod
unnor. tho margin or nront is aa ox
tremoly small that prompt payment Is
nbsolutoly nocossury, and those who
do not respond promptly will bo cut
from tho list and tho .amount Utio
placed in jtho hnnds of. u collection
. . v'.os:
Now Record for Range Cntlll'.
Tho highest prleo uvor paid on tho
Omaha market for emtio direct from
tho western rnngo was rocordod Wed
nesday. Choice heavy Montana beeves,
winch had 'more tho appcaranco of
cornfeds than grussors, brought us
lilgh as $10.00.
A now yard record for hogs- was
nlBO established. Sumo ot the bolter
hogs sold at $10.95, 5 cens nbQVo tho
old yard record. Tho bulk of hoijn sold
irom ?io.iio to 5io.au.
Tikv Mw to Pen.
John Howard and Ed Lewis woro
taken to tho Btato penitentiary a. Lin
Coin this week by Sheriff Salisbury,
both of whom -woro given indetermin
ate sentences, the former from ono to
ten years, tho latter olio to sewn yoars.
Both plead guilty and wore sentenced
without trial, thus saving expense to
tho county. Howard pleaded to killing;
tho notorious negro -Sflvor King" nt
Dlrdwbodi Lowis to tho charge of
stealing an uuto owned by Leslie Koolt
of the etnto farm.
9:45 a. tn. Sunday scliool sorvlco.
11 o'clock Morning Worship, Talk by
tho pastor on church architecture.
8 o'clock Evening Worship Sermon
subject; "Unutilised Forces In tho
Ira. .Lnngston has Written that sho
will, moot, tho choir this evening for
Tho Mission Band mooting tomor
row afternoon at two p'clcck at tho
DuBpctt LnngnlKhes In Jail.
"Elmor Daggett arrfcstod on Iho
charco ot boot logging and carrying
concealed weapons, had a hearing on
tlio latter charge and wns bound over
to tho district ururt under Iwnd. Not
being able to furnish bond ho rests
In Jail. While whiskey wtos found ou
Daggett's person thoro woa no con-
ClUnlVU UVIV1UIIUU IIIUV liu
w. A. Oreite. ot Plant precinct, has
boon hauling his ourplus 1015 corn to
this market tula week, rocelvlns eighty
centa per buakol, Ho baa 400 or, 500
liiuihols to deliver
Grain Bhlpuieixta by Loypoldt &
Pcnnlngtpn tills wookhavo beon rather
slow on account of inability to got
cars. Tho car ahorUgo la keenly felt
Rooms for Itent Inquire 406 cast
.Third. . , G5tf
D. B. Bakor left Tnoscay'ror Kearney
Piano for Silo Inquire 30D enst
Fourth. Mrs. Soyforjth. 08-2
P. J. Dn'rron tranactcd business In
Lexington this weok.
Frcdl Ellott loft Tuesday morning
for Lincoln to Bpond u couple of days.
For Itent After January 1st, tho
double storo room of'Ottonstelu'B.
F, 0. Plelstlokor has returned from
Lincoln where- he attended tho state
Miso Ethel MoWllUams, of tht New
ton store, la taking a vacation this
Miss Blanche- Wright hns resigned
her position In itho North Platto Candy
WIsb Mlnnlo-Lowo hns returned from
hor vacation visit with relatives In
Rawlins. . , .
Mr. and Mrs. .F. II. Barbonand-family
left 'Wednesday for their 'ranch' ai
W, Christie Adams loft' a fe.vdays
ago for Choyonno to spend a week'-wilh
Man and wlfo wanted to work on a
cattlo ranch 8 miles of North Patto.
Wrlto C. P. .Howard. -Q7-3
Mrs1. J. Klvotto, formorly employed;
ait. tho Union Cafo, lea tho first ot the
wcok for Omaha.
Ted Boguo has roslguod his position
lu tho Llork-Sandall grocery and will
attond tho state unlvorslty.
Flvo room house for rent at 321
Chestnut. Inquire of Thos. Slmanti
303 south Chestnut.
Mrs. M. V. Mitchell and ohlldron
havo returned tram, a week's visit with
relatives In Lexington. '
Jack Thomburg has resumed his
dutlos at tho Reese Pantatorlura after
an absence Vf sovoral wcoks.
Mrs. Charles Boguo and daughter
Emma, who woro visiting In Omaha,
hnvo returned homo.
0. W. Walker loft Tuosday morning
for Lincoln and Omaha to attond tho
Btato fair and visit friends.
J. J. Oottmau has 'received three now
pool tables which arto being placed In
the) card room ot his cigar p'ore.
Highest market price paid for htdos.
Wo buy dry bouos, Iron nnd, otuor
Junk. North Platto Junk Houso. 27tt
Louis Potorson returnod Tuesday
evening from Cheyenno whoro ho at
tended tho funeral ot a romtlvo.
Mrs. Roy Minor, ot Choyonno, who
visited hor slstor, Mrs. Harry Mnrrln
for two weeks, has returned home.
Hendy-Oglor havo taken over tho
agency for tho Studobakor cars, and
expect to recolvo a shipment this wek.
Mrs. Nols RastmiBHon and children
who visited In eastern points for r
month past, returned homo Tuesday
Qlndys Hanson and brother Arthur,
ot Oounoll Bluffs, who visited their
grandmother for several days, havo
Mra, Nols Prnmburg, of Gothenburg,
was called here tho flrot ot tho wcok
by f tho death ot her nelco the late Miss
Frod Young, of Gothenburg, who hadi
boon taking treatment at ttno North
Pbitlo Ooneral hospital, returned home I
Tuesday atterno'-n, tl
Mrs. Frod Oulmotto was taken 111
with typhoid fever the first of this
week nnd will bo removed to ono of
tho local hospitals.
Mrs. F, H. Jones, of Cheyenno, who
was tho guest of Mrs. W. J. Stuart
thla ' week, loft Tuesday for PniUma
to visit her daughter.
Miss Minnie Seaman, superlntcnjlciit
of tho North Platto General Hopjlal,
has beon confined to her ifcom by Ill
ness for a wcok past. ,
Wanted Roomers and boarders at
tho Woodbine rooming houso, 309 east
Sixth ttreet. Good meals and modern
Bishop Geo. A. Bcecher, of Hastings,
spent Wednesday 4n town visiting, with
friends and conferring with Dean Row
ker on church matters.
Miss Kathcrlno Soyforth returnod
tho first of tho week from a visit. with
relatives irf Denver and will leave
Tuosday for Omaha; wllefo 6hels om
ployod lu tho office of Dr. D. T. Qulg-
Mrs. John Tllford loft yesterday
aftornoVh for Omaha to sp'end afew
days. Sho was acqompanled "byher
daughtor Lucy who will attend''.' St.
Charley Hupfer and Charley Hlrrod,
who havo been hunting for ton days In
Wyoming, aro expected homo SunUay,
Nothing has b'den hoard from them
sinco thoy irached tho Jncks'oa Hclo
Horbort Qulnn, William Olosou and
Frank Raroy who wore arreateU this
wcok for burglarizing the homo.of
Charles Rctsmusscn at Brady woro
tried In tho county court, plead
guilty "aud' wore bound over to tho
district court, A numbc- of haiid-
korchtefs, pieces cf Jewelry and small
chango was found In their possession.
TJioy will bo held In tho couirly Jail
until court convones. ' -
J. B. BEDFIELD.
C,PHYSICLLN & SUEGEON
PHYSICIAN SURGEONS HOSPITAL
Drs. Rcdfleld & Redfleld
OlQc'e Phone 642
Res. Phone 676
Office 333 Res. Black 513
I)K. HAROLD. A. PENNER .
C Reynold Building
Offlco hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
7 p. 'nAto 8 p. m.
It's tho household word In Western
Nobraska. It's Old Line, tho bbstirion-
oy can buy. It's what you need, for a
savings bank and Insuranco that In
sures, They all buy It.
"There Is a Reason"
For further Information
Phone, call or address
J. B. SEBASTIAN, State Agent,
The Old Lino Man
NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA
DERRYBERRY & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Day Phono 234.
Night Phono Black 688.
Grocery orders to 32
They will given prompt and
Geo. B. Dent
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention given fo Surgery
Office: Building and Loan Building
Phonai t Office 130
f hones Reaidonce 115
Hospital Phone Black 633.
Houso Phone Black 633.
W. T. PRITCHARD,
Eight years a Government Veterinary
lan. Hospital 218 south LocuBt St,
one-half block southwest ot the
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C. DROST, ,
North Platte, ' - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
DR. JOHN S. TWINE 31
Special Attention to
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics.
NORTn PLATTE, NEB
Nurse Brown Memorial Hospital.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate No. 1430 of Silas A. Hill, de
ceased, in the County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, ss: Credi
tors of said estate will take notice that
the time limited for presentation and
filing of claims against said estate Is
March 22, 1917, and for settlement
of said estate Is August 18, 1917 that
I will sit at tho county court roqm lu.
said county, on Sept. 22, 1916, at 9
o'clock a. m., and on March 22, 1917,
at 9 o'clock a.,m., to receive, examine,
hear, allow, or adjust all claims and
objections duly filed.
GEO. E. FRENCH.
a22sl9 County Judge.
arrsTEHious plains am aciu:s
Make Llfo Hard ! )enr for 3Iuny
Norlh Platto Women. v.
Too many women mlstako their pains
and aches for troubles peculiar to tho
sex. More ofUm disordered kidneys aro
causing tho aching hack, dizzy spoils,
headaches and Irregular urination.
Kidnoy weakness becomes dangerous If
negloclod. Uso a time tried kidnoy
romodyDoan's Kidnoy Plus. Hosts
of people testify to their merits. Rend
n North Platto caso.
Mrs. J. R. Basklns, 323 W. Eighth
Bt., North Platto. says: "My kidneys
had beon acting Irregularly und J
know that thoy woro tho causo ot my
poor hcUWh. I folt tlrod and doprosseu
nnd wns very nervous. Spots vf col
or camo boforq my oyos and I wWtak-
cn with dizzy spells, I undn t neon
using Doan's Kidnoy Pills long.beforo
I felt much better. Tho bemont they
gavo. mo proves thoy are a ftoio Inedl-clno."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply nskv for a kidnoy remedy got
DoanV Kidney Pills tho same that
Mrs. Basklns had. Foster Milburn Co.,
Props.. Buffalo, N. Y.
0. H. Thoelecke.
NURSE aiROWN JWE3IORIAL
For the Treatment ot
MEDICAL, SURGICAL nnd
Phono 110. Johh S. Tnlnem, Jj. I).
Teacher of Piatio
801 west Fifth St
NO OILS OR SALTS NEEDED.
Tho only discovery In years for
Stomach, Liver, Constipation, Dlzzl
noss anu jicauacne. .
T. IT. IksTABLETS.
At Stone's Drpgf Store.
DOCTOR D. T. QUIGLEY.
Practlco Limited to
Surgery and Radium Therapy
729 City National Bank Building.
W. J. HOLDEKNESS
Phone lk. 5fcl
JQHN 8, SIMMS, M.
Pkyslclas aad SargesB
Office B. ft L. Building, Second Floor
Phoue, orace, 83; Residence 83.
Bought and highest market
Residence Red 63G Office 45ft
C. H. WALTERS:
Nothing Would l'loaso Husband
or Fathor More Than a Box
of Our Cigars.
Please him because tker aro good
Cigars rtado from good tobacco
mado well bV haMd made fresk.
Ask tko Btea who bare beca smoking
our clgara for &5 yetfrs as te their
Wo tarry a full Hbo of smokers'
JL F. SCHMALZRIED.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued
from the district court of Lincoln
county, Nobraska, upon a decroo ot
foreclosure ifendered in said court
wherein Zara I. Mitchell Is plaintiff
and John Richard Neary Is defendant,
and to me directed. I will on the 30th
day of September, 1916, at 2 o'clock p.
m at tho ca3t front door of the court
houso In North Platte, Lincoln county,
Nebraska, sell at public auction to
tho highest bidder for cash, to satisfy
said' decree, interest and cost3, tho
following described property, to wit:
Tho undivided one-half (&) Interest
of Lot eight, (8), Block ono hundred
and flvo, (105) In North Platte Nebraska.
Dated North Platte, Neb.. August
20th, 191G. A, J. SALISBURY,..
Notice of Petition
Eatntn Nr 1432 nt .Tnhn m nnnnAn.
' . - - wvu. ... UUUUQ1
decenHPd. in thn Hnnntv Pnnrt nf t..l
coin County, Nebraaka.
uno state or ixeDraaka, to all per
sons Interested in said estate, tako no
tice that a petition has been filed for
tho setting out to the widow ot exempt
propuriy, wo uunurea aouara from
tho cash on hand and an allowance of
seventy dollars per month for sup-
port, pending adirilulstration, appoint
ment of Etta S. Honor n nlmlnl.trn.
trlx of said estate, which has beon set
ror neanng nerem on Sopt 15, 1916,
at 9 o'clock a", m.
Dated August 19, 1916.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
a22sll County Judge.
Notice of Final Report.
Estate of Alof B. Swanson, deceas
ed, In tho County Court of Lincoln
The Stato of Nebraska, to all per
sons Interested In said estate take no
tice that tho admlslstrator has filed a
final account and report ot'hls admin
istration and a petition for final set
tlement and discharge as auch, a de
creo of distribution and decree of de
scent, which havo beon sot for hear
ing before said court on September 15,
1910, at 9 o'clock a. m., when you may
appear and contest tho same.
Dated August 21, 1916.
a22sll Oounty JTObb.
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