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The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, November 22, 1912, Image 4

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IT SOLVES THE PROBLEM
HOW shall a woman wear a watch?
This hns been a vexed question.
Some have carried their watches in hand
bags, some have used chatelaine pins,
others have employed neck chains. No
one or these methods answers all the
purposes of convenience and adornment.
The Wrist Watch
Solvc9 the problem of how a woman should
wonr a watch. It's decorative, convenient,
practical and stylish. Buy your wife one for
Christmas. Solid gold Elgin Hko illustration
$55 and Up.
Samo In silver $35.00. In gold filled (slightly
larger in size) as low as $14.00.
VyA Mir
CLINTON, Jeweler and Optician.
Rev. Knowlei to Become Pastor.
Contracts have been made whereby
Rev. II. G. Knowlos of Elm Creek be
comes pastor of the Christian church
on Jan. 1, 1913. Mr. Knowles needs
no introduction to North I'latto, as he
has become quite well acquainted, being
very highly spoken of as a preacher of
the gospel. The church here feel very
fortunate in thus securing the services
of Mr. Knowles. He is a graduate of
Cotncr University, the state school of
tho Christian church, located at
Bethany, a suburb of Lincoln. He
comes on a two-year contract.
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Local and Personal
Tho weekly dance will be hold at the
Lloyd opera house this evening.
A baby girl was born Tuesday oven
ing to Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Elder.
Mrs. J. W. Fitzpatrick left Wednes
day for Omaha to visit rolatives.
Con Walkor returned yesterday from
a week's business visit in Chicago.
Miss Vivian Knox is assisting in
Attorney M. E. Crosby's law office
Mrs. William Reynolds has returned
from a short visit in Omaha with
friends.
Mrs. William Thayer will leave this
this week for Peoria, 111., to visit
friends.
Maurico Fowler left yesterday morn
ng for Sutherland to attend the farmers'
institute.
Mr. and Mrs. Whittnker, of Wallace,
ore spending this week with friends
in tho city.
A baby boy was born yesterday to
Rov. and Mrs. C. F. Miller, of tho
Fourth ward.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Eyorly, of Her
flhey, spont tho fore part of tho week
with local friends.
Miss Edith Morgan who had been
visiting rclatiyos in Maxwell returned
yesterday morning. - -
Mrs. R. S. Baker,, of Omaha, camo
up Tuesday evening to spend a few
dayB with her son.
Bert Hunter has accepted u position
in W. II. lilnlock's office and took up
his duties this week.
Charles Walter was among those
who went to Sutherland yostorday to
attend tho hdrso show.
Mrs. Anna Heim, is visiting David
Scott and family having nrrived a few
days ago from Indiana,
Edward Walker roturned yesterday
from Chicago whero ho spent tho first
of this week on business.
Mr. and Mm M. J. McConnoll loft
yesterday morning for Holdredgo to
visit a week with relatives.
W. J. O'Connor left Wodnosday oven
ing for Koarnoy to act as best mnn at
tho Whelan-Andorson nuptials.
Mrs. Thomas Golden and children re
turned ycitordny from Paxton wheto
they visited friends for a week.
Tho Twentieth Century club will
meet with "Mrs. J. Clark Buchanan
Thursday afternoon of next woek.
Mrs. Edward Grady and children loft
Wednesday morning for an extended
visit with relatives in Grand Island.
F. C. Piolstickor left yesterday for
Sutherland to attend tho institute
which Is being held there this week.
Mr. Bars, of Madison, visited this
week witl) his wife who is a patient at
the, Physicians and Surgeons hospital.
Frank Hnhlor who has been employed
in Sidney for somo time, is expected
this wook to visit his parents for n
wpoIc.
Georgo Adnmson of this city and Miss
Bessio Cooper, of Tryon, wore quietly
married Tuesday ovenlng by Judge
Grant.
Mra. Georgo Vosoipka entortaino
tho Young Ladles' Kensington club
Tuesday evening, Nice refreshments
were served.
Beginning Friday, Nov. 23rd, all
trimmed millinery will bo sold nt great
ly reduced prices.
Wilcox Millinery Dept.
Mrsi William Hawley entertained the
M. M. M. club at cards Wednesday
afternoon. After tho gtiirios a nico
Junch was served.
Harry Hart, who for five yonra has
been flroman on one of the switch
enginos, has been advanced to tho
extra list of switch engineers.
Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Parker re
turned to Evanston Wednesday after
visiting a week with tho latter's par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Thoodore Lowo.
Sam Poulas who conducted a grocery
store rccontly on East Front street,
left Tuesday with six of his follow
country men to enlist in the Greek
army.
Mrs. Anna Mickolwaite, of Glen
wood, la., who had been tho guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Nets Rasmussen for ten
days, returned home Wednesday after
noon. Misses Vera Carrigan and Ethol
Warlaumont, of Cheyenne, are expected
next week to visit Misses Irene and
Dorothy Hubbard and attend tho foot
ball game.
Messrs. Mills and Levins have opened
a cleaning and pressing establishment
in rooms on Cth and Locust Street. The
now firm will be known as tho Lennox
Tailoring Company.
During moulting season you can make
your hens lay by feeding Lee's Egg
Maker, for sale by tho Nyal and Rexali
drug stores.
The social held by tho Catholic
Altar Society at tho homo of Mrs. John
Frazier Wednesdny afternoon was well
patronized and the menu served was
greatly onjoyed.
Opportunity If looking for a busi
ness oponing in North Platte, the par
ticulars of a good paying proposition
can be secured by addressing XX, caro
of Tho Tribune.
N. P. Dodge, Jr., a prominent real
estate dealer of Omaha, spent the early
part of this week in town inquiring in
to additions to tho city with tho view
of handlfag' them on the markut.
Will have on hand and will take ordor3
for brass craft articles from now until
Christmas. Any one interested in same
call at the house. Mrs. I. W. Van
Doran, 901 West 2nd St. tf
Phil Deats is having completed in
the south part of town about tho nif
tiest bungalaw in town. It's style of
architecture is so different from all
others ns to make it all tho more
pleasing.
Guy Swope rocoived a message Wed
nesday from I. P. Gago, grand scribe
of tho I. 0. 0. F. of Lincoln giving him
tho appointment of deputy grand pa
triarch of the Nebraska division of
Odd Fellows.
Five dollars reward for tho return of
my metal sign, twenty-five dollars for
information leading to tho arrest and
conviction of guilty party.
L. C. Duost.
Cards nrojout announcing the mar
riage of Miss Maud Thompson and
Poter Backer to take place at the homo
of tho brido's parents in Gandy at high
noon Tuosday, Nov. 26th.
Charles II. Sdiotzer, win had been
employed in tho Western Union Offlco
for several months was, transferred to
Omaha this week and left yesterday
morning to take up his dutios.
Bring us your old razor biades and for
2i cents we will hove them reshnrpened
as good as new.
Stonk Diiug Co.
Mrs. Elmer Burke ontortained tho
Nevita club at a konslngton Wednes
day afternoon. Tho nftornoon was
pleasantly spont by all. Lunch in two
court es was served at 5:30 o'clock.
A. L. Konold, of Larumio, chairman
of tho B. of L. E. protective board of
the Union Pacific systopi, spent Wed
nesday in town conferring with mem
bers of tho local division,
Tho Ladies Guild of tho Episcopal
church hold a most successful cafeteria
and bazzar at the parish liouso Tuesday
evening. TJie supper was highly com
plimented and the fancy work mot with
a ready sale.
MIsjOHvo McKnight, of Lexington,
was the guest of honor at nn informal
party Monday ovoning given by tho
Young Ladles Soxtetto at the Morrill
homo. A pleasant ovenlng was spent in
Boxing Exhibition.
A fifteen-round boxing exhibition
with "Kid" Lango, of Omaha, and Tom
Smith, of Sidney, as the principals,
is announced for Thonksgivingcvening,
November 28th, at tho Lloyd opera
house. Lango has a reputation in tho
mid-west as a very clover mitt man,
one who has had ring experience cover
ing a period of Beveral years. Smith
is known here in North Platte and his
science and ring generalship is com
mended. A side wager of $100 has
been posted by tho contestants. The
contest promises to be exceptionally
good. An admission of ono dollar will
be charged.
Married at Kearney.
At tho Catholic churck at Kearney
at eight o'clock yesterday morning
Charles T. Wholan, of this city, was
united in marriage to Miss Hilma
Anderson, formerly assistant in tho
office of Dr. H. C. Brock. Tho brido
was attended by Gertrude Herrod. of
Columbus, and the groom by Walter
O'Conner, of this city, and the ceremony
Was witnessed by about a dozen in
timate frionds of the contracting
parties. Following tho ceremony a six
course breakfast was served at the
Midway hotel, and later Mr. and Mrs.
Whelan left for Omaha to visit friends
and will return to this city next week
and occupy the home on west Fourth
street which has lately been remodeled
and refinished.
This consummation will not come ns
a nurpriso to tho friends of the couple,
though not until Wednesday did Mr.
Whelan divulge tho date, and then only
to a few of his more intimate friends.
Mr. Vhclan has linked life and fortune
with a splendid woman; one who is
pleasing in address, striking in appear
ance, congenial in association, an adept
in domestic science and these
characteristics won for her during her
resilience in North Platto the esteem of
nil acquaintances.
Charley Whalen is one Of the "good
Indians" of North Platte, with a heart
as big as his Btatuc and with a largo
circlo of friends who value him highly
because he is always deserving of
friendship.
May their marital life be ever and
always as bright and cheery as the
noon-day sun of a cloudless day.
Local and Personal
Martin Conroy returned yesterday
from a short visit in Omaha.
For Rent -Two front rooms for light
house keeping; 514 East 3rd St.
Editor Eames, ,of Maxwell, spent
Wednesday in toWn on business.
Miss Thea Hansen visited friends in
Gothenburg tho first of the week.
MiJton Marcott went to Omaha Wed- I
nosday morning to spend ten days. !
Attorney M. E. Crosby spent Wed
nesday in Tryon on legal business.
Mrs. Eves, of Hershey, spont tho
first of this week with town friends.
Mrs. Frank Winklomanleft Wednes
day morning for Fremont to visit rela
tives. Mrs. Clyde Trotter, of Brady, is
spending this week with friends in this
city.
Carl Weatenfeld left a few dayB ago
for Omaha to visit frionds for a fow
days.
For Sale Thorughbred cockerela.
L.I. Tuckor, 221 Chestnut St. 84-2
Mrs. Will Eshelman left Wednesday
morning for Sutherland to visit rel
atives. Mrs. Joseph Donegan has returned
from a week's visit with friends in
Omaha.
Mrs. Elmer Helgeson left Wednes
day morning for Omaha to visit for a
few days.
Miss' Fern Perkins has returned from
Sidney whero she spent last week with
friends.
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At .an egg laying contest that closed
two months ago at tho poultry experi
mental station of Missouri located at
Mountain Grove, the Rose Comb Rhode
Island Red hens easily took first prize;
five hens in ten months laying 899 eggs
or an avcrago of almost 180 eggs each.
Thero were 24 breeds entered in the
contest; 24 eggs less was the nearest
that any breed came to tho Reds.
Farmors, you woll know the layers arc
tho payers. Fresh eggs are now worth
35c. I can start you in this prize winn
ing kind of chickens. I have somo
choice roosters that I will sell, but they
won't last long, so come early.
J. II. Van Cleave. 81-2
Mrs. Ralph Chamberlain left Tuesday
evening for Omaha to spend a week or
longer.
Mrs. J. S. Hoagland will entbrtain
the Eastern Star Kensington Club this
evening.
Messers Pierson and Sampson, of
Gothenburg, spent Wednesday in town
with friends.
See the pretty girl3 on the stogo
through a good opera glass, we have
them. Clinton,
Jeweler & Optician.
Joseph Weeks came up from Grand
Island Tuesday to spend a few days
with friends.
Mrs. Glen Ferguson left Wednesday
morning for Paxton to spend a week
with relatives.
Mrs. Georgo Crick, of Northport, has
returned home after spending a few
days in town.
William Adair left Wednesday even
ing for Gibbon to.spend a few days on
his sheep ranch.
Mrs. Wallace, of Kansas City, ar
rived Wednesday to visit lie sister
Mrs. Sidney Dillon.
Miss Nina Marcott, of Brady, visited
her sister Miss Nona Marcott the fore
part of this week.
Wanted Girl for general housework.
G92 West 4th. Phone 2G4. tf
Tho high school foot ball team will
go to Kearney today to play the Kear
ney high school team.
Miss Edith Abercrombie, of Brady,
is visiting with her sister Mrs. Ferrell
McGovern this week.
Miss Gertrude Rebhnusen left Wed
nesday morning for Kearney to visit
har aunt for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Timmer left
Wednesday for Seward to visit friends
for a couple of weeks.'
lj xlIJj uil' winning ucuoi muau i;uu kci
pit at the Water Office on Dewey St,
and at the North Side Hardware Store
or phone 44 or black 301 and it will bo
delivered.
Misses Celia and Eleanor Buchtell, of
Brady, were guests of their sister Mrs.
Arthur Horn this week.
Mra. Nols Hammer and daughter
Freda will spend Thanksgiving with
Mra. Ed. Ahrens in Sidney.
ir you should die today and leave n distressed
wll'e bohiiul, -would you leave her additional
disti'css o having to worry about money mat
ters? Start a banlc account now. It will grow
as the weeks slip by, and you will soon bo so
interested that you will see that it DOES grow
In the event oF YOUR DEA.TH you then have
YOUR WIFE snfo Irom the storms of adversity.
Do YOUR banking with
The First National Bank,
OF NORTH JPIsATTE, 2CE13RA.SKA.
Tho Largest Hank in Western JXebx'aska.
FOR SALE
Having decided to retire from ranching, we offer for sale our
land located near Gannett siding; all bottom land, consisting of
pasture and No. 1 hay land.
We also offer for sale all our stock, viz: One registered draft
and one registered standard bred stallion and a number of draft
horses and roadsters of all ages, 40 head of Duroc Jersey hogs, of
both sexes, eligible to registry, complete outfit of farming and
haying implements, wagons, buggies, carts and harness of all kinds,
complete set of icing, blacksmith and carpenter tools, all in good
order. We will sell the above implements and tools either singly
or in complete outfits and all will be sold at reasonable prices.
For further information call on or address, N
BLANKENBURG BROS.,
North Platte, Npbraska.
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games. .Refreshments wore served.
Money to Loan,
on furniture.pinnoa or any thing of good
value on your plain note if steadily em
ployed; pay back in small weekly or
monthly pnj ments. Mrs. B. F. Wilcox
son 610 East 4th St. Office in resldnco,
hours 9 a. m. to 4 p, in.
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your guests to find
a cosy, well-warmed
room awaiting
them.
A Perfection Smokeless Oil
Heater is the very thing to drive
away chill and damp in a hurry.
No smoke or smell with a Per
fection. Just clean, glowing
warmth at a minute's notice.
A Perfection Heater gives nine hours' com
fort on a single gallon of pil. Handsome, yet
inexpensive. Dealers everywhere, or write for
descriptive circular.
Get a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater now, and be
comfortable all the rest of the winter
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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Oil.
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-jTarkeys, Ducks, Geese,
Hens and Springs.
Now is the time to sell Turkeys, Ducks and
Geese. Don't hold until a day or two before
THANKSGIVING, as we must have all our
Turkeys in by Nov. 22d. to get them to our mar
kets and after that time our price will go down.
Our prices are
Turkeys fat 8-lb and over 15c a pound.
Turkeys small and poor fromcioc to 14c.
Old torn Turkeys 10c, Duck 9 , Geese 7c.
Hens 8c, Spring Chickens 9c a pound.
North Platte Produce Co.,
422 W. Front St.
North Platte,
STEP IN.
Dine here Today. This Cafe
is the one that will please
your fancy in cleanliness, good
food and service. Prices
reasonable.
Opposite Depot
PALACE CAFE
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Union Realty and Investment Company.
Paid up Capital $50,000. Surplus 50,000.00.
-OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS-
T. C. PATTERSON. President, B. BUCHANAN, Sec'y and Treas.
First Mortgages on Jlonl Estnto Bought, Sold nnd Negotiated.
This company is prepared to loan money of investors on first mort
gages on real estate, amply secu.red nnd drawing eight per cent semi
annual interest. Money bo invested will ho exempt from taxation.
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