Newspaper Page Text
Itttt W1161 l,$
' . i .J!W ' Mtt Slerliljg QWutrt TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., FEBRUARY 25, 1913. No. 9 Jtortlt Bad Weather Cannot Stop Sale of Lots in Scout's Rest Addition and Cody's 2d Addition People realize the bargains and investment feature and buy whether they see or not. The sale has slowed up some on account of the weather, but still sales are going nicely. If you have not purchased see us at once, as the choice lots are going fast C. F. Temple, Sole Agent, Odd Fellow's Block Local and Personal. Mrs. Lloyd Cox, of Council Bluffs, -who visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Templa last week, left for home Satur day. Will Carroll, of McCook, arrived hero Saturday to spend a week or more with his mother Mrs. Bpyle,and other, rela tives. Mrs. John Gutherless was released from the P& S. hospital last week after taking treatment there for a month. Frank Coker, of Sutherland, visited in town tho latter part of last week whiloi enrouto homo from a visit in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, of Ratoon, N. Y., who visited the latter's sister Mrs. Gib Anderson, left Saturday for Denver. The Rebekahs will serve one of 'their splendid suppers at the Odd Fellows' hall beginning at five o'clock this evening. Dress goods all kinds and all prices at "Wilcox Department Store. "V. J. Hendy and Miner Hinman J -went to Omnha yesterday to attend the automobilo show which will be held this week. Miss Tess Dixon of the Wilcox & .Halligan office loft the lattor part of last week for Denver to spend a week or longer. Mrs. Ilenish, of David City, left tho latter part of last week aftor spending a fortnight with her daughter Mrs. Julius Hahler. Mrs. Metcalf and baby, of Paxton, who were guests of her parents Mr. "" and Mrs. F. C. Hoxie last week, left Saturday morning. Mrs. William Hubbard and daughter Miss Ireno Hubbardvreturned yesterday morning from a few days visit with relatives in Cheyenne. New dross silks 75c a yard and up, at Wilcox Department Store. George Goodman, of Donver, , spent Saturday with his brother E. R. Good man, while enroute home from a busi ness trip to New York. Miss Lenore Cummings arrived from Chicago Sunday afternoon and will re main indefinitely. She has taken accom odations with Mrs. Gantt. ' For Sale One biddy incubator and brooder 200 egg size and pure Rhode Island Red Roosters. Mrs. J. C. Raynor west of new round house. 7-3 Do you remember the many bargins ..you got during, Tramp's loom ond sale. We offer you similar bargains Friday and Saturday of this week. Frank Powers, of Columbus, came Friday afternoon to spend a few days with his doughter Vera in this city and yisit relatives in Bignell. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Chapman re s' turned to their home in Aurora Friday V after spending two weeks with her sister Mrs. Perry Buchanan. No. 29. New five room modern bungalow. BeBt location in the city 809 W. 5th. Price $3000.00. $500.00 down, balance easy payments. Miss Maud Sudman,of Chap$ll$S;ho had beeri':' visiting in Arapaiioe came Saturday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Waltemath before returning home. Mrs. Edward Bur,ke and Miss Mabel Burke left Saturday afternoon for Den ver, tho former to purchase spring mil linery and the latter to visit her aunt. For Sale A 7 year lease on the store building now occupied by me. First loor south of McDonald State Bank. Inquire of Clabaugh. Mrs. and Mrs. Clarence Tollifsen and son Emil, of Sutherland, returnod home Saturday afternoon aftor a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Donehower. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffine, of Cheyenno, came down Saturday to visit the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Frazier andattend tho Masonic cere monies. J, H. Hughes, one of the early settlers of Garfiold precinct, is seriously ill at the Grand Island soldiers' home, in which ho has been an inmate for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leo, of East 6th St., are rejoicing over tho arrival of a baby girl at their homo Sunday. -Miss Georgia Hoxie left Saturday morning for Paxton to spend a wook with her sister Mrs. Metcalf. Mr.j and Mrs. Husband who have been visiting-in Grand Island for ten days are expected home tomorrow. San ford Hartman is erecting an Irri gation plant on tho tract of land ho owns adjoining the city on the north. Mrs. Sans, of David City, left Satur day afternoon. Whilo here sho was tha guest of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hahler. Mrs. Frank Elliott returned Sunday evening from Kansas City and St. Joo where sho purchased spring millinery. Miss Fern Garrison, who has been employed in a wholesale houso in Kansas City, will return in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner returned FridayTright from Denver nnd Greeley where they visited relatives last week. Mrs. Earl Carpenter, of Lincoln, is expected this week to take charge of the Daily Tolegraph automobile contest. F. C. Pielstickor returned Friday evening from Wallace, having trans acted business there for several dayH. .W. N. Roso, living southwest of town, will sell his personal property March 10th and.expocts to locate in the west. He makes the move on account of -Ms-wife's health. No. 31. New four room cottage, located on south Chestnut street. This is a nice little homo and is cheap. Prico Price $1800.00. C. F. Temple. A girl baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bert M. Reynolds Sunday night. The mother and daughter, who are at St. Luke's hospital, are repprted to be getting along nicely. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Knotts, who died last week was buried Sunday in the N. P. Ceme tery. The funeral services wore held at the Methodist church. Henry Waltemath will mako a num ber of changes in his residence this spring, among which will be an addition to the east side, pressed brick porch and a new heating plant. Special Remnant Bargains for Friday and Saturday of this week. Don't miss this sale. There are so many things you'll want. Don't forget the date. E. T. Tramp & Son. Tho Lady Forresters and Catholic Girl's club aro having improvements made tothe former Catholic school room and will use samo for social pur poses and business meetings. A number of friends of Mrs. H. T. Welsh tendered her a surprise party Friday afternoon and presented her with soveral piecesof hand embroidery. Nice reroshments were served. Applications for loans from the build ing and loan association havo bocn fairly active this winter and will prob ably largoly increase when building operations begin in the spring. Mrs. C. M. Newton and son left Saturday morning on n pleasure trip for several weeks. They expect to viBit relatives and friends in Pine Bluffs, Choyenne, Donver, Kansas City and Omaha. Wo havo town proporties.ranches and farms of all kind. If you are wanting to buy call and see us. Office room No, one, I. O. O. F. building. We want to make your acquaintance. C. F. Temple. Frank Matsumoto and partner, two Japs, have leased the Dr. J. O. Nystrom farm, two miles northeast of Hershoy, for three years. They will put in fifty aces of beets and farm the rest; Her shoy Times. Homestead Land. Central California. Foothills. Good land, water, wood, range. No snow, no storms, seldom frost. Springs, streams, big oaks. Full directions for locating yourself, includ ing copy of latest govornment town ship plat $1.00. Worth $100,00 to any one having homestead right. No re mittance, no answer. A. Kenoyer (Locator) Hanford, California. 8-6 REMOVAL SALE. MMMMMMHWWmelMHHnMMHnmHHHHIIIH EXTRA BARGAINS. - We are positively going to leave North Platte at the earliest possible date, and mu8t reduce our Suit and Overcoat Stock. In order to do this we are making prices you cannot afford to ignore. These Suits and Overcoats are all clean, fresh stock ankwdrth 100 cents on the dollar to you. We are offering them almost half price. Come in and anticipate your future wants and save thdjpngiprofiteyou would have to payjater. Suits! Our Suit Stock fland Tailoring, in factkhe highest grade Suit line All $30.00 Suits at $1 8.00 All $20, 22.50 ,and $25 Suits 1 5.00 Overcoats Our Overcoat Stock embraces the neiuest cut in all the prevailing modes. Eaglish Raglans. i ciuiti iuuu-vio. Your choice of $25.00 Coats $1 5,00 Your choice of 18, $20, and 22..$ 12,00 We cordially 520 Dewey Street, McDonald Bank Bldg. George L. Swancut, of Brady, trans acted business in this city the latter part of last week. Mrs. Wm. Peterson, of Gothenburg, came up the last of last week tp visit friends in town. William Hutchins left at noon yester day for Grand Island to take treatment for rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Handley, who spent last week in Denver, came home Friday evening. S. S. Dunn of District 82 transacted businoss at tho County Superintendent's Officp Saturday. William Beatty, of Brady, came .up yesterday morning to visit friends and transact businoss. Mrs. Jack Carroll returned Sunday from Fremont whore she visited rela tives for ten days. Misses Elda and Libertina Soberman, who visited friends in Gothenburg last week, have returned. Mr. and Mrs.' J. C. Hartman re turned Saturday morning from a short visit in Gotnenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buchanan spent Saturday and Sunday with tho latter's mother In Hershey. Miss Mary Elias has accepted a po sition in the ten cent store and will be gin work next week. Ten candidates were -initiated into the Elks at tho meeting held last even ing, and following the ceremonies re freshments were served to about 125. Another clas3 will bo initiated next month. Passenger Conductor W. R. Harding, who owns a large body of land in Wal lace precinct, recently sold 1100 bushels of wheat at Wallace which was pro nounced the best that has been marketed at that town this season. Forty-two young ladies and gentle men who aro employed in itho Union Pacific headquarters at Omaha, were given a holiday Saturday and formed an excursion party to Denver. They woro passengers on No. 13. fflrt isc , CLABAUGH'S Suits!! consists of the Highest grade Worsteds, Cassimeres A.11 Hats, Shoes and Furnishings at saving reductions. invite you to come Mr. and Mrs. Lem Bailoy have re turned from a short yisit with relatives in Cozad. Fred Pierjjon, of Sutherland, trans acted businqss in thin city Saturday of last week. Engineer Douglas camo up from Lincoln Friday, returning to tho capital city Sunday. - Mrs. J. B. Jeter returned Saturday from Omnha where sho spent a week with friends. Arthur and Herbert Tramp will leave this week for Omaha to attend tho auto show. Mrs. M. J. O'Connell and baby left Saturday evening for Omaha to spend a week or more. P. H. McEvoy nnd sister returned Friday evening from a visit with rela tives in Denver. Miss Emma Wending, of Cozad, visited friends in this city the latter part of last week. Charles Dustin came down from Bridgeport Saturday to spend a few days on business. Mrs. Miller, of Sarben, who spent n part of last week in town, went home Saturday morning. Math Ellas, who has been employed in Falls City for several weeks, re turned homo Sunday. Rv. Gaither went to Lexington Fri day to conduct tho funeral services of the late Georgo Allen. Charles Latham and son, of Denver, who visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatch last week, left Saturday. Mrs. C. G. Fredericks loft yesterday morning for Seward to spond a couple of weeks with relatives. George Scharmann has returned from Rockford, III., after spending ten days there with friends. Stallion for Sale, Black Porcharon, ton years old, weight 1800. This is the former Wallace horse. Inquire of or address J. A. Mar kee, North Platto. G-4 3& sold in North Platte. All $16 and $18.00 Suits ' $12.00 All $12 to 15.00 Suits Overcoats $ fabrics, Chinchillas, Velours, Kerseys,1 $mptis, etc., Belted and Box back, Convertable collarWihd all the Your choice of 15 coat Your choice of 10, in and inspect the $ own No. 30, G room new framo house equipped throughout excopt hoat. Two lots, lawn nnd sidewnlks. Located at 909 East 4th St. Prico $2750.00. - C, F. Temple. Our suooossFul Jmslnoss man bogaa by saving' tho first nionoy thpy oarnod so tit tit whan n bustO' noss ohuuao aroso thov woro In n nosltio'ii t& grasp it. Many sonlor boontno Junior mombors oF that sntno firm by having MONJiY SA.VJSD with whloh to buy the' First iatorost thoy had la tho businoss. Start u hnnlcnaoonnt and soo how happy you aWZJ bo to soo it grow; It will ho tlio host Frloud you havu3 a ad tho JUS ST J A it TNJl it. ; Do YOUR, hanking with The First National Bank, 01' XOJITU PLA.TT1S. NJBM7A A' . Tho L,argost lianlc In v --- - -mr www and Chevoits, the best $8 tO $10 $1 0.00 12,$?.5o tO 8.00 above bargains. North Plvtte, Nebraska. Wantcd-rTwo good apprentice girls to learn millinery under a competent trimmer nntl proprietess. Call at mil linery dopnrtmont at Tho Leader on or nbout Fob. 25, 1913. Mrs. B. F. Saylor. niombors oF trront flr-tnsfW' ." Wostorn JXobruslca. Suits!!!