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To Those Who Have Traveled over
Burning Sands on a Camel
You will Find Some Very Pretty Souvenirs in an
Arabian Hand-Painted China. Look it Over in
our South Window as You pass by,
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Local and Personal
Mrs. Elizabeth Roddcn returned yes
terday morning from Denver.
Mrs. W. J. Stuart will entertain the
Mother's club on Wednesday ufternoon.
Mrs. Miller, of Kearney, is visiting
hor daughter Mrs. II. T. Troupe.
Mr. hikI Miu. Stove Baldwin re
turned ft few days ago from Omahfc.
Sol Hodus, of Cincinnati, formerly of
thin city, is spending this week in town.
William EdiHjmd family loft Wednes
day ovoningfor Pomonn, Cal., to make
Mrs. Maurico Fowler and daughter
returned Wednosday ovening from a
visit in eastern cllios.
George Freed returnod yesterday from
Omaha whore hu visited friends and at
Miss Esther Johnson, of Colorado
Springs, spent yostordny hcue while on
routo tb Gothenburg.'
Mrs. Valentine Scharmnn roturned
the foro part of this week from a
month's stay in California.
Miss Fayo Carpenter returned to
Curtis Wednesday after spending a
week hero with relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slutts and daugh
ter left Wednesday evening for
California to spend the winter.
Tho M. M. M. club woro pleasantly
ontertninor yesterday afternoon by
Mrs. Hay Shrinor. A two course lunch
Fred Ifartman, of Washington, D.
C, is visiting his parents Mr. and
Mm. Sariclford Hartman, having ar
Mrs. M. II. Douglas returned' this
morning from Cheyonno after a short
visit with her sister Mrs. Robert Arm
atrong. Mr. BlalOck, who runs tho peanut
Btand at the Pat theatre, has disposed
of ICOp pounds of peanuts since May 1st,
and a 'proportionately greater numbor
of sacksof pop corn.
Mrs. John Bratt went to Omaha yes
terday and aftor remaining there a few
days will accompany homo her mother,
who has been in a sanitarium for some
Sport promoter Lorn Iiailoy has
atuged a boxlnguxhibltion forThursday
evening of noxt weok at tho Lloyd
opera house between "Brownie" of
the local U. P. shops, and a man named
Itodgors, of Omaha.
P. F. Vollmor. brother of tho late
William A. Vollmor who committed
suicido near Colorado Springs last week,
passed through Omaha last week on
route to Portsmouth, tho old homo of
tho Vollmors. Ho baa wired friends
hero that ho hUs beon unable to locato
a will and asks Omaha friends for in
formation in regard to any papers or
will, Omaha Bee.
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Scene from "Alias Jimmy Valentine" Keith Theatre Sat
urday Oct, 12.
for general housework. Apply nt once
320 west Third strrot.
, Mrs. Thomas Moran and son, of Dce
Moines who woro guests at the Norton
homo left Wednesday afternoon for
George Weinburg, who has beon em
ployed in tho Gilbert barber shop for
some time, will leave soon for Grand
Island to accept a position.
Mrs. Anthony JofTcrs, of Green
River, roturned homo .Tuesday after
viHiting with the Dunn and Whalen
Just received elegant line of beavers
and felt shapes- Parlor millinery at
300 East 3rd. 71-3
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Poory, of Almo,
Mo., loft Wednesday morning nfter a
pleasant visit with the former's sister
Mrs. R. E. Davis.
Photographer Alex Brooks has re
turned from Overton with a bride who
was formerly Miss Letha Loan, of
Gothenburg. Tho wedding occurred
Mr. Charles Carlyle, of Lander,
Wyo., who had been visiting hor
mothot Mrs. Post for several weeks,
left Wednesday for Omaha accompanied
by her son Labelle.
Just received 1000 popular copyright
books at 50c oach. Rincker Book Store.
The danco given Tuesday evening by
tho Knights of Columbus in tho Masonic
Hall was attended by fifty couple. An
enjoyable program of dances was played
by tho Stamp orchestra and dancing
continunod until midnight.
The passengor train on tho Staploton
branch was sand-bound four miles east
of that town last Friday, tho track for
a long distance being covered with a
foot of sand. It took the train crow an
hour or moie to shovel off tho sand so
that the train could get through.
A-thcncn-iuu, liquid antiphlogistic
inllamation special, is superior to all
salves or mud poultices for colds, soro
chest, pneumonia, bronchitis or plueiisy.
Rinckek Book & Dnuo Co.
A Swedish colportuer of tho Ameri
can Baptist publication socioty on his
way through the city stopped ovor night
for a little visit with Pastor Favoright.
This man is a Baptist minister with his
home at Gothenburg and works a)ong
tho Swedish peoplo in western Ne 'ras
ka. Some Pumpkins.
Those four Immenso pumpkins in tho
Star Clothing bouso woro grown by
Otto Meisner on tho Schmalzried farm
northwest of town, nnd Tho Tribuno is
ready to award Otto tho premium as
tho champion pumpkin raiBer. The big
fellows woro grown without irrigation
nnd on sod breaking. They woro not
woichod because Guy Swopo has con
cluded to got up a guessing contest as
to their weight. ,
Twenty-five dollais reward is offered
for information loading to the arrest
and conviction of anyone entering tho
hiuii school building or molestintr it bv
being upon or within it at unseasonable
hours without tho consent and per
mission or tne lionru ot tiuueation or
of the City Superintendent.
E. T. Tramp, President
A. F. Stkeitz, Secrotnry
Oct 8. 1912.
House and Lot for Sale.
Lot threo (3), block sixteen (1G)
Miller's Addition, West side So. Dewey
St., two story, framo, six room houso,
with closets, Price $900.00. Address:
J')5'ph Hershey, North Platte, Nobr.
When your linen is not perfectly
laundered it is a surosign that It was ,
not done nt ,
DICKEY'S SANITARY LAUNDRY.
"Your Bosom Friend."
Mrs. Hoxie. of Otrallala. is visitintr
with town friends.
Mrs. John Baker is visitinc friends
in Omaha this week.
Miss Lena Sensil, of Gandy Is visit
ing local frionds this week.
Earl Brownfield. of Hershev. issnend-
ing tin's week in town on business.
Mr3. Geyger, of Sutherland, spent
Wednosday in town with friends.
Miss Irene vonTrot spent Wednesday
Mrs. Grecno returned tho first of this
week from a short visit in Omaha.
J. T. Wills, of Curtis, is spending
this week in town on business.
Mrs. J. Elliott and children came
home Wednesday evening from Omaha.
Gene Combs, of Lincoln, came up
Wednesday morning to visitfriendsand
Little Tyrone Frazier left Wednesday
morning for Sutherland to visit with
Mrs. Mary Marovish returned to
Sutherland Wednesday aftor visiting
her daughter Mrs. Frazier.
Frank Herrod came down from
Ogalalla Tuesday to attend the K. C.
danco and card party.
Mr. and Mrs. Shean, of St Joe, spent
Wednesday in town while enroute to
Lowellen to locate.
Mrs. W. S. Dnlsnn nttnrnnri Wnrlnno.
day morning from an extended visit in
roruanu anu otner western cities. ,
Miss Esther Hummoll has accepted a
Kosition in tho 10 cent store, succeeding
lisslary Elias, who resigned.
Miss Hammcnd has accepted a posi
tion in tho Tramp Dry Goods Depart
ment. Mr. and Mrs. E. E.Moody left Wed
nesday for Denver, Colorado Springs
and other points to visit friends.
George R. Webb, of Kansas City, is
viBiting his brotbor-in-law W. R.
Miss Hanna Mndson, of Maxwoll, is
tho guest of Miss Lillian Hendy, having
arrived Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Ed. Coker, of Sutherland, carno
down Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Locke.
Mrs. W. M. Stobbirif, of Gothenburg,
spent the fust of the week with Mrs.
W. A. Skinnor.
John Paulos, proprietor of the North
Platte candy kitchen, will leavo" soon
for Omaha to spend a week or longer.
Miss Mary Elias left Wednesday
ovening for Pomona, Cal., to remain in
definitely. Mr3. Cornwell is enjoying a visit
from her mother Mrs. Whitehead, of
l'Jim" Clinton has returned from
Omaha after spending two weeks com
bining business nnd pleasure.
Mrs. Sadie Brinkley, of Myrtle, is
visiting her mother Mrs. Thomas this
Robert McLano, of Silver Creek, who
visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin McLane,
loft Wednesday for Sutherland.
Mrs. Ida Tarkington and daughter,
Mrs. Homer Handley, will go toNorth
port Monday to visit friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Luke Healey left Tues
day evening for Denver to visit friends
for a couplo of weeks.
Mrs. A. S. Chamberlain returned the.
fir3t of this week from a two weeks'
stay in Lincoln with friends.
For Sale Soft coal burner; used but
a short timo. Inquire at 803 east Second
Mrs. Charles Hendy, Jr., and son of
Donver, came down last evening to visjt
her paronts Mr. and Mrs. John Bratt.
Miss Isabell Skinner, of Gothenburg,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Skinner the first
of tho week.
Miss Edith Drake, of Wood River,
came up Wednesday to spend a week
or longer with her brother Gny Drake.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wolback and baby
returned Wednesday morning from a
month's visit in western points.
Frank Turpie, of Merengo, la., who
spent tho past week in town, left Wed
Mrs. Rose Nichols left Wednesday
for Grand Island to visit her daughter
Mrs. Knnoir. b
A. O. Sumption, traffic ngent of the
Union Pacific, spent Wednesday here
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carpenter went
to Curtis Wednesday to visit the for
Have you seen our new napkin mar
kers ip sterling silver. ' Dixon,
' The Jeweler.
Guy Drake and sister left Wednesday
for Julesburg to visit for a week ur
WInnIo Bridges is expected home to
day from a two weeks' visit in Omaha
Dr. Dont reported the arrival of a boy
Wednesday morning at the home of
Prof, nnd Mrs. E. H. Flowers.
Sam Delatour and son Bon and W.
L. McClary, of Lowellen, were in town
Wednesday making final proof on thoir
For Sale or Trade-10 II. P. Portable
Steam Engine. Address Jesso Long or
Jos Horshey, North Platte, Nebr
William Adair left Wednosday for
New Mexico to spend ten days pur
chasing sheep for his ranch near
Miss Lucy Dunn ontertained the
Young Ladies Kensington Club tho first
of tho week at an enjoyable Kensington
Nico refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonue, of Clifton, 111,,
who woro guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A
J. Frazier roturned homo Tuosday
A number of the younger iot are
planning to attend tho social danco at
Hershey this ovening in tho now Ley
poldt hall. J
Local and Personal.
On account of a backward all season and being
decided to hold a
which will include Dry Goods, Ladies Garments of all kinds, shoes, clothing
in fact on all classes of merchandise in this big store.
With the coming of winter you can well afford to take advantage of this
sale and lay in your winter supply. We will show you that we can
save you from twenty to seveny-five per cent on your fall buying.
We have been preparing for this sale for some time past and prices at
which we will sell merchandise will surprise the public.
Watch the next issue of The Tribune for the crash in prices.
Mr. Monison, Entertainer.
Mrs. Bess Gearhart Morrison, one of
the best entertainers before the public
today, will appear at the Methodist
church next Sunday evening. Too
much cannot be said for Mrs. Morrison's
splendid accomplishments as a reader.
She has a great variety of selections
and has unusual ability in discerning
what her audience likes best.
The moment she steps on the plat
form we feel in her bearing that cer
tainty which is born of success. She
enters at once into sympathetic rela
tions with her audience and without the
least affectation, by her strong person
ality, expressive face, and responsive,
sympatlioticvoice.shebringj to her aud
iences the rollicking humor, or the
pathos of life and they live in tho scone
she portrays. No admission will be
charged but a silver offering taken..
Farm For Sale.
The northeast quarter (nej) section
twenty-four (24) township thirteen (13)
range thirty (30) about seVen mUus
southeast of North Platto on south side
of Platto river, all smooth land near
hills, good buildings, fifteen acres in
alfalfa, one of best farms in Platte
valley. Price $10,000.00. Terms, hnlf
cash, balance on easy time at 7 per
cent interest. Address Joseph Hershoy
North Platte, Neb.
Knights of Columbus Tennis
Louis Tobin and A. A. Schatz proved
themselves racquet winders of the
K. C. tennis club last Thursday when
they led Ed Schatz and Father Mc
Dnid to defeat by scores of 9-7 and 6-2.
All through, the tournament the
winners played a consistent game and
won out on tho merits of their play.
The feature of the tournament was the
first set of the finals, which went six
teen games, and tho twelfth game of
which went "deuco" twelvo times.
Suitable prizes will bo given to the
winners. The success of tho club this
year gives every indication of a big
mombership and a -successful season
To build or buy properly, Bratt &
Goodman can accomodate you, either
out of their State Building & Loan
Association payable monthly, same as
renf, or on one to five years' time.
See Ihcra first. They may save you
Last Sunday in the Bible school rally
tho highest attendance was reached
that has ever been recorded. Others
will be present next Sunday to get their
button nnd start into the successive
award plan of the Cross and Crown
series. One new class was organized
and another will bo organized next Sun
day. Renewed interest is being mani
fested in all departments of work; so
that the forces are getting into good
condition to entpr tlte now working
plant before the first of the new year.
R. B. F.
9x15 Bale Ties, per bundle $ 1 . IB
Barb Wiro per 100 pounds 2.80
Wide Tiro Wagons. . ., 70.00
At Hershey's corner Fifth and Locust
streets. Phono 15.
Mr. and Mrs Bebout, of Wullace,
aro spending this weok in tho city with
Notice of Delinquency.
Notico is hereby given that the rental
upon tho lease contracts on the follow
ing described lands in Lincoln county,
Nebraska, as set opposite tho name of
tho holder thereof is delinquent, and if
the amount which is duo is not paid
within (10 days from the date of this
notice, said contract will bo declared
forfeited by tho Board of Educational
Lands and Funds and said forfeiture
entered of record in the manner pro
vided by law
SEi NEJ 313-10 31 Lydii A. Collins
NWi SC-12-2C John Alfred Pearson
All 1G-12-32 Win. Facka
Dated Oct. 7th, 1912.
E B. Cowles, Commissioner of Pi'l 1
Lands and Buildings,
J. PEER Proprietor,
Keith Theatre Saturday, Oct.
Tuesday, October 15 th
The Greatest Realistic Drama of this Century.
Cast and customed with
A Play that held Both New York and Chicago Spell
bound for one whole season.
Seats on sale Monday 14th.
Dme here Today. This Cafe
is the one that will please
your fancy in cleanliness, good
food and service. Prices
Opposite Depot PALACE CAFE
overstocked, we have
12. Prices 50-7S-$1.00.
Authenticity and Correct
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