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The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, October 11, 1912, Image 1

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can find here in our varied assortment of Kirschbnum garments, n style,
a finish, a. weave of fabric that will ju,st suit their tastes.
And at popular prices
If you want a suit or overcoat made from acid-tested "All-Woo,
cold-water shrunk cloth. If you wish garments that look twice the
price wear Kirschbaum Clothes.
Correct in style, perfect in color harmony and with every important
detail needed in by hand. Nothing loud, freakish or extreme but
garments that instantly mark a man as a sensible, correctly-dressed
See these Kirschbaum clothes before chooseing your Fall wear. Any
defect in fabric or finish is covered by the official Guaranty to be found
in the inside pocket. It means your money back if you're not perfectly
satisfied .
Cefyrigkti syt. A A Kirtchbaum Co,
The meeting of the Nevita club has
been postponed until next week.
Furnished room for rent. Inquire at
400 East 4th street.
"The Prince of Tonight" which wos
announced to appear at the Keith on
Octr22nd, have cancelled their engag
ment. Mr. and Mrs. Go'setto Hall and baby,
of Chapman, Nebr.. h-ft for westcin
points yesterday after visiting Mr. and
Airs. Clyde Cook for a few days.
The remains of Clyde J. Wjlson a
months old babe who died in 1907 wero
exhumed Tuesday and taken to'
Palmyra for reinterrment.
Nicely and well furnished rooms
with bath privileges for rent, near
center of town. Inquire 300 east Sixth
street. Mrs. A. W. McKeown.
M. Keith Neville is having plans
drawn for the erection of a $15,000
home on the lots which he recently
purchased east of the Cody residence.
Get relief from from first application
of A-thenca-ine tlio new inllamation
special for that hacking cough or cold
on the chest.
Rincker Rook & Dkug Co.
The Indian Card Club were enter
tained Wednesday afternoon by Miss
Nell Bratt. The customary silver fork
-was awarded to Mrs. Arthur Hoagland
and second prize to Mrs. James Hart.
Enjoyable refreshments were served.
Assisting Miss Bratt were Miss Ida
Ottenstein, Mesdamos Charles Reynolds
and Horton Munger.
F. C. Lotts yesterday purchased the
G. M. Smith house on the corner of
Fourth and Elm streets in the 700
block. Mr. Smith will occupy the
property until spring, when
Mr. Letts will either make de
cided improvements thereto or else
move it off and erect a now residence.
Durinfi the winter Mr. and Mrs. Letts
will live in the Thomson house on west
In the cast of "Alias Jimmy Valen
tine," which appears ot tho Keith to
morrow, is a former North Platte girl,
Beulah Monroe, daughter of Mrs. Fox,
who followed dressmaking while a re
sident of this city.
For Sale Good Double Harness and
Saddle. Phone Black 229.
Mrs. Bess Gcarhart Morrison will
give an entertainment at tho Presby
terian church on Monday-. amuring. An
admission of twentyjfiye 'cents "for
adults and fifteen cents for children will
bo charged.
Tomorrow is Columbus Day, a state
holiday. Ordinarily the banks woull
close, but on account of it beng Satur
day and the holiday has not yet become
fixed in the minds of the public, they
will remain open.
At the Glenburnie fruit farm north
of town there is a hurry to get the
apple crop harvested and out of the way
of any possible damaging freeze. The
outlook now points a yield of about
nine thousand bushels of apples for the
season.- Sulherland Free Lance.
At the last meeting of the Board of
Education a resolution was unanimously
adopted "Condemning the practice of
High School pupils taking outings, and
having parties in the country into tho
late hours," and asking the cooperation
of the parents in suppressing the
A live party of four, Mrs. Geo. Zent
meyer, Mrs. Richmond Birge, Misses
Edith Gantt and Alice Birge, two in
geneus and two chaperones(npcessary)
left for Brady this morning to spend
their "summer" vacation. If the earth
trambles, don't fear seismic disturb
ance. With a revival at the Christian
church, synod in session at the Luther
an church, a socialist speaker at the
courthouse, an attraction at the Keith,
a dance at the Lloyd, and two picture
shows, there was no lack of "some
thing doing" last night, and notwith
standing the murkey and disagreeable
weather, the total attendance at the
various places was large.
H it has the Lock Steering Gear (The only safe
kind) you can count on it's, is a
Phone Black 627, J. L. Burke
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Warren, of Tampa, Fla., Miss Mao
Walker cneertained sixteen friends at
cards Wednesday evening, Lunch was
served in two courses on small tables.
Dr. Foote, of Omaha, came up yes
terday and performed an operation on
Mrs. Bebout, of Wallace, removing a
coucerous growth from the breast.! He
also treated the young son of 'Mr. and
Mrs. Rector for adnoids.
' Friends of Judge Grimes have been
insisting that he become a canadiatc
for Congressman to sheceed Congress
man Kinknid, who has withdrawn from
the race, this demand coming from all
parts of his former Judicial district.
The Judge had the matter under con
sideration for a couple of days, and
then concluded not toget into the race.
The congressional; committee will
meet at Crawford tomorrow to select a
candidate. Judge Ifbagland will rep
resent this county at the meeting.
Senator Hoagland has been in cories
pondence with the stato university
authorities at Lincoln with reference
to the establishment of a dairy herd at
the North Platte experimental farm,
and as a result the Regents will ask
the legislature for $20,000 for the
building of a modern dairy farm and
the purchase of a herd of diary cows
for the farm. This will form the basis
of Senator Hoaglnnd's work in the next
senate to enlarge th work of our ex
perimental farm to assist the dairy
Lutheran Synod.
The Lutheran synod in session in our
city is well attended and the people
nro enjoying a treat in the splendid
addresses and sermons by tho numbers
of the synod and many good thinps to
follow on tho program until its clt sp
on Sunday ovening. Fuller details of
the sessions will appear next week.
The following pastors will speak in
tho various churches on lunduy: 'Hi
Episcopsl church Sunday in the even
ing, Rev. O. D. Bultzly P. D, the Bap
tist church mc-ming, Rov. 11. A. Wolfe;
evening, Rev. O. E. Sparks; Methodist
church morning, Rev. L. L. Lipe;
Presbyterian church morning, Rov. L.
T. Powell; evening, Rev. L. Groh, D.
D.; Lutheran church morning commun
ion, Rev. L. Groh, D. D.; evening, or
dination service by Rev. Fuller Berg
stivssor; Sunday school primary, Rov.
T. A. Lowr; main school, Rev. C. II.
Lewis; Luther league, Rov. M. D.
Berg and Rev. W. T. Kahse.
What the Whirligig of Taatle Will Do.
The railroad rides of a steer that wns
pwned in Dawson county by several
people at ono time and another makes
rather curious reading. Tho various
journeys made by the animal have been
traced up and are as follows:
As a calf the animal was shipped to
South Omaha from Overton. Whilo in
the stock yards there it was purchased
by Claude Carr of this city and shipped
here and placed in the letter's pasture
and branded. When ho wa3 a two
year Mr. Carr shipped tho animal
with other stock to South Omaha and
sold it. An Iowa man brought it as a
( feeder and shipped it to his farm, and
Inter sent it back ti the South Omaha
market where it was again sold. Cole
Durland, a feeder of this county, bought
, the annimal and it was again shipped
back to Dawson county. IIo fed it for
several months and again forwarded it
to South Omaha market where it was
again sold, and it is probable it will not
again come back to its native country.
Dawson County Pioneer.
Special at the Episcopal Church.
Next Sunday, Oct 13th, will complete
to the day the Rector's seventh year as
Rector of the Church of Our Savior.
Tjhcy have been busy years and not un
blest with results. The "Rector would
like to meet all the communicants nt
the morningservico at 10:30 a. m. at
which time a short nccount of thesoven
years results will be given and a ser
mon appropriate to the day. Lot us all
como out who can arrange in anyway to
do so; let us have a good attendance;
wo will not have unless you como.
Sunday evening the services will also
bo of a special nature and hiake ar
rangement to attend both services
next Sunday. At the evening service,
the Rev. Oliver D. Baltzly of the
Koontz Memorial in Omaha, who is in
attendance at the Lutheran Synod now
in session in our city, will apeak to us.
Rev. Mr. Baltzly is ono of the most
gifted preachers of the west and tho
Rector especially urges all the members
to give him a hearty and responsive
welcome. Sunday evening at 7:30 p.
m. Special music.
Columbus Day, Oct. 12.
The Poitofllce will remain open until
1 p. m. central time on the above date.
Ono complete delivery will be made by
carrier during tho forenoon. This
upccinl arrangement is made on account
of the dny being Saturday.
James Flynn and party have returned
from a week's hunting rip north of
Mrs. E. D Warner, of Chadron, has
been viiting friends at Sutherland this
Richard Stock returned this morning
from Omaha.
Mrs. Wood White rotumedVcsterday
afternoon from Grand Island.
Mr.'' and Mrs. M. E. Boardman ret
urned this morning from Omaha.
Roy Streoter formerly of this city
camo up yesterday from Omaha to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shrinor n few days.
Dr. T, J. Kerr returned this morning
from Akron, la,, where-ho was called
by the death of his father. Mrs. Kerr
will return Sunday.
Must Sell Quick.
Improved 040 acres farm and grazing
land, west of Stapleton, will take $0 25
per aero if sold beforo Oct. 20th. Will
consider good city property as part
payment. O. II. TuonLECKE.
Tho Eastern Star held a pleasing en
tertainment last ovening in the Ma
sonic hall in honor of their Grand
Worthy Matron. Tho progJam con
sisted of a school of instruction, ini
tiatory sorvices, fiower drill and
banquet. Covers were laid for one
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He'll Stand Right
Out in a Crowd
Dressed in one of our
handsome Fall Suits any
Man will wear a mark of
Clothes distinction.
He'll have individuality!
Why should this not bo so
for expert high salaried Design
ers modeled our Garments whilo
the most skillful Tailors made
-No detail too small that it has
been overlooked.
The fabrics are entirely new
and are the best productions of
the best Foreign and Domestic
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Scene from "Alias Jimmy Valentine." Keith Theatre
Saturday Oct. 12.
The Home of Good Clothes
SUITS, $16, $18, $20 up
to $25
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When tho officers of this bank' see a depositor mak
ing steady gains in his balances, our confidence in
him grows.
When a depositor who has won our confidence re
quires money with which to develop his business our
large resources enable us to give him all the credit
his financial condition warrants.
The met chant, the manufacturer, tho builder, the
farmer who does business at this bank, receives its
financial support when ho needs it.
We invite all who want the co-operation of a strong
resourceful bank to become depositors of the
McDonald State Bank,
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Now jou can afford a Ford. The
price Is within easy reach down to
where the man who has to count his
dollars must count his time of small
account if he doe? not drive a
Vanadium-built Ford.
Runabout .$525
Touring car , 600
Town Car 800
Theao new prices, f. o. b. Detroit, with all equip
ment. An early order will mean an early delivery.
Get full particulars from Ford Motor Company,
Michigan and Fourteenth Streets or diroct from
factory, Dotroit.
htroN Platte, Neb.

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