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' ' w Wvibtrnt SB TWENTY-EIGIITII YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NED., NOVEMBER 25, 1913. No. 88 WAUAWAUAUAMflC iMiMtzmzmMmsmQ SAi eLi 4.S i-i d tt Wk MQtth mhttt smi WeMy Oh I. ' iKUPaJKUmxUJTa iLJc(cLiliiLiciii Have you seen the new buildings in Dolson's Addition? I ! --It &3LI & s La - r7 r-r ?' -J ft ( &i N. DOLSON'S ADDITION TO -NORTH' EL ATtTE LINCOLN. COUNTY, NEBRHSKR. CALE; , IHCH "ZOO FEET, i IS On our lots sold this last week there has ? been a nice five room bungalow started. Five Lots Sold Last Week. Blue prints of the new Union Pacific shops shows them just East of the New Round House. This will certainly make Dolson's Addition the ideal residence section for shop men and Round House men. Prices $100 to $175 Terms this month $5 down and $5.00 per month. Let me show you these lots, whether you buy or not. rj F FLfc, Exclusive Agent 5ffgS?lS5MSS?5?3?S565MB5?3M15SfB5 Ticket Agent Nels Rasmussen re lumed last evening from Omaha, where for ten days ho had been taking treat ment in a hospital. Mrs. Asa Snow came down from Denver this morning and will ba the guest of Mrs. Lorn Bailey for a few days. Engineer Rush Dean and family have returned from an extended trip in the east and south. They vifiited in Ohio and also in Florida. Engineor Will Vo3eipka has sold his auto and placed an order for a 1914 Studebaker which will arrive in a few days. Choose T w- ," V V rncms nere a Zf&tcsg o.TKt hanksM m ivinM w U Turkey comes first of course. Li Tlifin p.ninn Uio. "ffisfivfi-fixins." which bring hack bright memories of this old time Holiday Spirit. These "fixin's" will taste good. Fresh Oysters New Nuts Sweet Potatoes Sweet Cider Malaga Grapes " .' Grape Fruit Cranberries Bulk Olives Club Cheese Pimento Cheese Order a Package PC Fresh Vegetables Grape and Pine apple Juice. I ivlrSvi!iio!I In Tn-Fi zni n mr v o;w x Local and Personal. Mrs. T. C. Patterson has issued in vitations for a 500 party Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Ridingor and daughter loft this morning for a visit with rela tives at Lisco. Chas. Hendy, Jr., came down from Denver this morning. Mrs. Hendy ar rived a couple of days ago. Mrs. V. H. Hoxiu will entertain at luncheon today the out-of-town guests wno are nere lor tms evening s wea ring. Mr. and Mrs. John Show left Sunday evening for Beatrice to spend Thanks giving with the former's mother, Mrs. J. J. Show. A Thanksgiving program and box supper will bo held at the Platte Valley schoolhouse Wednesday evening, Nov ember 2Gth. Everybody invited. The out-of-town guests who are here tor the Buckley-Dratt wedding will be ontertained at a six o'clock dinner this evening by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Halligan. The popularity of hot air heating plants is attested by the fact that Simon Bros, have placed twenty-six of these plants in North Platte homes this season. C. T. Whelan is home from Excolsior Springs, Mo., whore he spent several weeks taking baths to lessen the effects of rheumatism which has been troub ling him more or less for some time. Mr. Dolly, of Rock Island. 111., was bequeathed the tract of land near Max well known as the Mackin hay section, was in town yesterday making arrange ments to sell the hay cut therefrom this season. A large number attended the dance Friday evening at the Masonic hall, given by the North Platte high school studonts for the Gothenburg football men. All report a pleasant evening. Vincent Roddy attended the game Saturday between Nebraska and Iowa. He expects also to attend the North Platte-Omaha gamo which will be playd at Omaha on Thanksgiving. Patrons of dining cars on the Union Pacific will bo liberally supplied with turkey on Thanksgiving day. The North Platto Produce Co. has supplied the cars running between Omaha and Ogden with 1250 pounds of dressed turkeys. Today is the forty-second wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Eirdam. Tbey were married in North Platto Nov. 25th, 1871, by Justice of Peace Rodgers and have been continu ous residents of the city since that time. They are thereforo among our pioneer residents , Miss Bessie Smith, who teaches at Hershey, spent Sunday in the city. Bishop and Mrs. Geo. A. Beechor, of Kearney, will arrive this afternoon. The Bishop willofliciatoat the Buckley Bratt wedding. The fire department was called out Monday to the southeast part of the city to put out a small prairie fire. The fire was slight and no damage was done. The "Woman's Socialist Club will meet at the home of Mrs. D. M. Hogaett to morrow afternoon. The subject to be discussed will be "Child Labor, its Cause, and its Effects upon the Future." Mrs. Buckley and daughter Miss Beulah arrived last evening from Stromsburg, coming here to attend the Buckley-Bratt wedding, at which Miss Buckley will be the bride's maid. Football boosters are trying to se cure enough fans to go to Omuha to attend the football game on Thanks giving that will warrant their getting a speciul car. Anyone wishing to go will notify M. K. Neville or Prof. McGrow. The team will leavp on No. 18 Wednesday. The marriage of Nicholas Bogus and Katie Bobus was annuled Saturday by Judge Grimes in the district court. They were murried last March but lived together only a few months. At the time of the marriage the bride was not of logal ago although she professed to be so, and her parents wished the marriage set aside for this reason. W. S. Dolson informed The Tribune that his brother, J. T. Dolson. of Duluth, Minn.', who was reported dead in our last issue, was still alivo at last reports. The family was called on the information that their brother was dying, but when they arrived they found thut he had improved. He is very ill, however, and very little hopo IB neiu out ior nit. recovery. The literary department of the Twentieth Century club will meetTues day afternoon at the homo of Mrs. J. Edwards on west Fourth street, for a Btudy of the Phillippino Islands. Mes dames Throckmorton, Cummings and Shuman will have charge of the pro gram. , Each member will be asked to respond to roll call with some fact con cerning tho islands. A social meeting of tho club Tuesday, Dec. 2, in the Odd Fellows' hall. Tickets can bo hud from Mrs. BUchanan. Business College Opens. Tho North Platte busine.ss( college opened Monday evening in their rooms in the Streiez building over Schntz hardware store, with an enrollment of thirty. It is owned by S. P. Randall und will bo in change of Prof C. II. Dorhorst. E. C. Davis will nssiat in the commercial de partment and Miss Irene Fuller will liuve charge of the shorthand nnd type writing course. This school will be a big asset to North Plntte and will afford opportunity for good business training. All the branches of business will be taucht hero that can be had in any of the larger cities, besides the 4 shorthand and typewriting. Holhman Goes East to Marry. Carl Holhman loft yesterday for TiDton. In., whore ho will ho mnrriari tomorrow to Miss Nleman, tho only daughter of a prominent business man of that place. Tho bride-to-bo is nn Iowa Unlversltv rrirl. nnH tlm nttnnli. ment which results in this pnnatimntinn was formed while both were attending mac institution. Mr, Holhman was accompanied on hia trip jsaat by Mr. and JMrs. Joseph Hershey. LIFE INSURANCE Get the best and cheapest. Young man, this it'your opportunity to secure a life policy in the Great Mutual Life of New York. Let us show you this mutual plan where annual dividends go towards paying your premium. Let one hand wash the other. Bratt & Goodman, District Agents, Arrested for Stealing Coat. A fellow is docketed as "John Don" was arrosted at Julesburg last evening by Deputy Sheriff Watts, brought to town nnd lodged in jnil. The prisoner is charged with stealing P. A. White's overcoat valued at thirty-five dollars, which he took from the Davis garage Saturday night. Ho had boon employed at the garugo for rt couple of days, and when leaving took the coat. The case wus brought up for prelim inary hearing this morning beforo County Judge Grant. Paul Gantt returned Saturday from a visit of a few days with friends in Omaha. Attorney J. G. Beeler left this morn ing for Lincoln where ho will attend a meeting of the bar commission. He will also meat with tho state irrigation board. Lost, or left in somo business house a Back containing some plasterers' tools. A reasonable reward will bo paid for return of same to George Richards, 303 west Eleventh. Francis Sandall, who has been con fined to his home for the past weok on account of blood poisoning in his foot, was able to resume his duties Saturday in the McDonald clothing store. Willlnm Vntnw lofh FYiflnv AVnnlrw. for a visit at Lincoln and Omaha. Ho nttnnrlr.fi thf fnnthnll rramn lit T.tnnnln Saturday and expects to stay oyer for tuu i.linutDivillu uihu in wiiinna uc- twoon the Omaha and North Platto high schools.. We have some nice lots with side walks, sewerage, light and water, not far from the new round house. Low E rices and on easy.' payments. See us efore you buy. Bratt & Goodman, Tho North Platto Vulcanizing Plant has beon sold out to C. Woodgato of tho Moorefield vicinity. The plant was formerly owned by M. D. Morril), Mr. Woodgate comes horo highly recom mended and will bring his family here to live. Charged With Cattle Stealing. Sheriff Salisbury left today for Mc Phorson county to place under arrest Jud Mooney, who, it is alleged, stolo n steor from Tom Heskott, who, lives north of. Sutherland. Mooney will be brought down this evening and will huvo a preliminary hearing at an early date. Twenty couples mut at the homo of A. J. Kunklo who resides south of this city last Saturday oyoning and. spent n most enjoyable evening in dancing until midnight when refresh ments were served. Tho largo room just added to Mr. Kunkle'a homo was used for the dunce. Weather Forecast for North Platto and vicinity: Unsettled weathor tonight and Wednesday not much change in temperature. Moderate variable winds. Hlcrhpqt. tiimnnrntiirn voutnrHiur (11 n year ago 40; lowest last night 39,' a yeur ugozu. Cause of Insomnia. The mast common causa of insomnia is disorders of the stomach and consti pation. Chamberlain's Tablets correct these disorders and enable you to sleep. For aulo by all dealers. NOTICE TOU PUBLICATION NOTICE OF BALE IN PAItTITION In tho District Court of Lincoln County, Neb. Frl llorifon, Plaintiff, 1 vs Marie SclirecotiKost, minor and Irt-tiuSchruconicaat, minor, Defendants. J Notice li herebyrtrivun that In Durauanco of n decreo and order of tho Judgu of tho District lourt of Lincoln county. Nebraska, mailo on the 21st day of November, 1013, tlio undersigned referee duly appointed in said cause and after having taken the oath prescribed by law and giv- Inn I Kind In the sum and manner with surety as provided by law nnd appovrd by tho court and by II. M. Orimes, Judgo of said Court, I, Mi E. Crosby, tho said refereo will otter at public auction at tho east front door of the court house, in said county of Lincoln, state of Nebraska, to tho highest bidder for cash the following de scribed property which was ordefod to be sold by said decree of said court, to-wit: All of lot seven 7), block seventy.soven (77). of tho original city of North Platte, Nebraska, and tho south half (sH of lot ton (10), or tho County Clerk's Subdivision of tho south half (SV4) of the northeast, quarter (NU') Of section thlrty-two (32), township four teen, range thirty (30), west of the Sixth Princi pal Meridian, Lincoln county, Nebraska. Salu will bo held and said property Bold as aforesaid at two o'clock, p. m. central standard time on the 27th day of December, 1913, and said solo will be held open for one hour from and after the said time of two o'clock, p. m, on said date. Dated this 21th day of November, 1913. 83- M. E. Crosuy, Iteferee, - ' !