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The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, December 22, 1914, Image 7

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LOCAL AND I'EUSONAL
Jnck Frost Is Here!
Hut you should worry when you
can buy tho best warm winter cloth
ing at nearly V6 price and somo for
loss than half at the big Clearing
Sale now going on at BLOCK'S.
Big Christmas Sale at Clinton's.
Crowe's orchestra will give a dance
tills evening at tho K P. hall.
Mrs. INI. II. Douglas returned liome
Saturday- night from a brief vl,slt In
Grand Island.
Roy Wilson, deputy sheriff, was
called to Sutherland yesterday morn
ing on official business.
See Huffman's Window
Miss Myrtlo Beoler has accepted a
position in tho Clinton Jewelry store
for tho holiday rush.
Miss Marie VonGoetz, principal of
the schools at West Point. Neb., ar
rived homo Saturday night to spend
tho holiday vacation.
Tho Monarch Malleable Iron Itnngc.
the Slay Satisfactory Iliuigo at Her
slioy. opposite post office. Phono IS.
Fred Steele, employed at tho ox
perimontal station, left yesterday
morning for Western Kans., to spend
tho holidays with his parents.
Misses Myrtlo Beeler, Lucilo Wilcox
and Helen Waltemath, students at the
state university, arrived home for tho
holiday vacation Saturday night.
Highest prices paid for stoves and
second-hand furniture. I II. Wood
gate, 511 Locust St. Phone Red 2C0.tf
Miss Ailoen Gantt loft Friday night
for Wiggins, Miss., to spend Christ
mas with her sister Edith, who is em
ployed as tutor in tho family of a
wealthy lumberman.
Given Away, Absolutely
Free
Miss Ruth Streitz, now teaching at
Lincoln, arrived home Saturday night.
Miss Irma Huffman attending a
school of dramatic art In Chicago, ar
rived home Saturday evening to spend
tho holiday vacation with lior parents.
Big Christmas Sale at Clinton's
Mrs. Burgner, formerly a nurse at
tho P. & S. hospital, loft yesterday
morning for Grand Island whero sho
will visit for somo lime with Mr.
Burgncr's parents. Mr. Burgner will
join her there.
Among tho hundreds of Toys and
Novelties the "KOMEKEL KUSS" is
tho funniest, at C. M. Newton's.
Chas. Hupfer, who is homo from
Midland College to spend the holiday
vacation, reduced his weight twenty
pounds while at school. IIo likes the
school very much and enjoys his
studies. Midland Collego has an en
rollment of 150 boys and girls.
A Beautiful Oil Painting
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Norton loft Sat
urday morning for Lexington where
they wore married In tho afternoon.
Prom thoro they wont to Omaha whero
they will spend a few days on a wed
ding trip. They will make their home
in this city upon their return.
The beautiful $75 Victrola given
away Christmas eve. Every 50 c pur
chase or received on accconnt gets a
- ticket.
CLINTON, THE JEWELER.
Victor Halligan arrived homo Satur
day night and will remain until
Christmas night when ho leaves for
Birmingham, Ala., to attend tho na-
tlonal convention of tho collego fra
ternity of which he is a member. Vic
will represent tho University of Ne
braska at this convention.
Little Dorothy Shumnn is reported
on the sick list.
Miss Florenco hidings is expected
home today from llryn Mawr college
to spend the holidays.
For Rent Two largo front rooms
for housekeeping, 614 oast 3rd St. 1
Dr. and Mrs. II. 0. Brock left last
evening for Pairbury where they, will
spend Christmas wtli relativos.' Dr.
Brock will return home Saturday.
Attend Divan's riirMiims Sale.
Mrs. A. T. Yost is reported quite
ill nt her homo on west Eighth street.
Miss Eunlco Babbit, who teaches
in the Lincoln city schools, is homo
for tho holidays.
The county commissioners met yes
terday moring to transact county busi
ness. They mot again this morning
and will draw tho jury for the Janu
ary term of district court today. Only
business of minor importance was
transacted yesterday.
Tho Tribune will go to press Thurs-l
day afternoon this week instead of
Friday. Matter intended for that Issue
must reach tho olllce not later than'
noon Thursday. I
C. E. Dye and family, of Lander,1
Wyo., arrived in tho city this week to'
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iuuiv. iur ii luuimuu. iir. ujo says nis
household goods are on the way and
ho is looking for a farm to rent.
Wo offer you tho best shopping fa
cilities in our city. Dixon tho Jeweler.
Dr. J. S. Twlnem was called out in
tho country Sunday to tho Mylander
homo by tho serious illness of Mrs.
Mylander, Sr. Mrs. Mylander is threa
tened with an attack of pneumonia.
For Rent After December 1st, the
14-room house on Sixth street east
of the Lloyd opera house. Good cel
lar, bath, electric lights, city water.
Inquire of Mrs. R. D. Thomson, 514
west Fifth street. 88tf
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Fores and family
leave thfll wceK for Ida Grove, la.,
where they will spend the holidays
visiting their parents. This Is their
first visit home together since they
came to North Platte.
Smoking sots, Collarettes, Chlffor
obs, book cases, foot stools, for "him";
dressing table, music cabinets, dress
ers, etc., for "her"; lot us help you
ninko a selection. North Platte Hard
ware & Furniture Co.
Joo Schatts returned yesterday
morning from Omaha and Council
Bluffs where ho visited his family for
several days. He formerly lived in
Council Bluffs. He says In Omaha Sun
day they had six inches of snow. It
snowed all day and still snowing when
ho left on a late night train.
Mrs. .MeRlnlej's Tip to .Mrs. l'Jtpiilrick
Mrs. McGlnlty. You always was a
kind neighbor, Mrs. Fitzpatrlck in
deed, so now let mo tell you my ex
perience of my Xmas shopping where
by you will save a good many doll
ars on your Xmns gifts as well as I
did. Yesterday while I was down town
I walked into one of the stores just
to look around, did not intend to buy
a blessed thing when I first stopped
into tho storo, but let mo tell you there
was so many useful gifts on display
and on SALE now marked down bo
reasonable that I just could not re
sist tho temptation and bought all I
need and I am well pleased and sat
isfied that I saved just about half the
price that I spent for my Xmas gifts
a year ago this time.
Mrs. Fitzpatrlck Why, Mrs. M( Gin
ley, whose store was it, did you say
where you done so well?
Mrs. McGinloy Why you may know
at BLOCK'S of course!
Mrs. Ida Wnlker Dies.
Mrs, Ida Walker, wife of Georgo A.
Walker. 40S South Walnut street, died
Sunday afternoon at one-thirty nt hor
homo. Deceased was forty-nine years,
two months and six days old at the
time of her death which was duo to
tubercolosis from which she had bfen
suffering for over twelve years.
Rachel Ida Klnknld was born in
Clarinda, la., October 11, 1865. Site
moved with her parents to Davenport.
Nebraska whero she was married to
George A. Walker In 1SS1. To this
union were born three -children none
of whom are now living.
In 1S90 Mr and Mrs. Walker moved
to Lincoln county where they lived on
a farm until six years ago when they
moved into this city. Twelvo years
ago sho was stricken with the whito
plague and It gradually sapped her
life away. During all these years of
suffering she has been kind and gentle
and bore up well, remembering always
hor duties to her Lord and to her
fellow beings. On August 2nd last
sho was taken to her bed and she
had boon confined there sinco thnt
time. All her life she was a faithful
member of the Presbyterian church
and as long as her health permitted
sho wns an ardent worker in that
church. She lias a largo number of
friends in this city who will bo sor
rowed by tho news of hor demise. Sho
was also a member of tho Maccabees.
Tho funeral was held from tho home
yesterday afternoon at 2:30, Rev J
C. Christie officiating. It wns largely
attended and the floral tributes wore
profuse and beautiful, a tribute of
tho esteem in which she was held by
her friends. The remains were ship
ped from hero to Davenport for burial
Dies us Result of l!posure.
As result of exposure while lying in
a haystack in tho Iiorsliey vicinity
Tonn BIgehlrl died yesterday morning
about seven o'clock at tho home of"
Mrs. Emma Pulver. lie had been con
fined there for six weeks with paraly
sis which finully killed him.
He related that he leaves a wife and
three children in Russian Poland. He
came here a few years ago, as near as
can be ascertained to seek his fortune.
He speaks very little English and got
along poorly.
After coming to this country he
was strlckou with tubercolosls and
was attempting to to get home when
ho lodged in the hay stack on account
of trouble in his feot which proved to
be rheumatism and later developed in
to paralysis causing his death. Ho
was positively destitute of money and
tho body wns turned over to the cor
oner for burial.
BIgehlrl was found In tho haystack
about six weeks ago by ShorilT Salis
bury and Mayor Evans and brought to
tills city. Ho is a man of about forty
years of age. At tho time ho was
found ho complained of being "sick
in tho feet." Ho was taken to Mrs. Pul
ver's residonco whero ho was kept un
til ho died.
Parisian Ivory Toilet Sets, $11.50 to
$20.00
Parisian Ivory Manicure Sets, $150
to $10.
Parisian Ivory Odd Pieces for the
dresser from 25c to $3.50.
CLINTON, THE JEWELER.
The case of Schlinunor & Thomas, a
co-partnership, vs. P. K. Huffman was
argued by the attorneys yesterday
morning In tho district court and was
taken under advisement by the court.
This suit wns in tho county court
about a year ago under tho name of
Schlimnier & Thomas vs. P. K. Huff
man and Clay Robinson and involves
about three thousand dollnrs worth of
cattle. At that timo a verdict was
given by a jury for tho defendants
and tho snmo case was brought
against Huffman. Tho attorneys for
tho defendant attempted to prove a
judicata.
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Woodward's Chocolates 25c a Pound
we will make a special price on Lhe regular
40c grade of Woodward's Chocolate Candies of 25c
a pound. Everyone knows die quality of
die candy. We expect to be sold up
on them before Christmas so
get yours early
11COX
Department
Store
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ffiflWft- -BUY HEB& -
Your Giristoias Dinner
Needs some of the following:
Richalieu and Grand Canyon Canned
Goods, Second to None.
Fresh Vegetables,
Plum Pudding,
Welch's Grape Juice,
Fancy Jams and Preserves,
Candied Cherries,
Sugar Coated Dates,
Layer Raisins,
Sweet Potatoes,
Bulk Mince Meat.
Dates and Figs,
Marashino Cherries,
Heinze's Pickles and Olives, complete
lino in bull;,
Cranberries,
Fancy Cheese,
Ripe Olives.
And of course the dinner will not be complete
unless you have Chase & Sanborn's Tea or Coffee,
j6SP U3ed by three generations.
We are going lo
Lierk-Sandall
Company
for our
Christmas
Tree & Ho
Our Christmas Trees and Holly will he finer this year limn ever before, 'lhe demand for
these promise to be exceptionally heavy. We would amisc all om friends lo send their orders
early. There is nothing more aggravating than lo be disappointed in Irees. We have litem for
THE 1IOMK, CHURCH AND SCHOOL.
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Wc have this year WOODWARD'S PURE SUCAR CANDIES. There is nothing better.
Our NUTS are the best and freshest that are grown. Special prices to Schools and Churches.
For Your Christinas Goodies our Supply is Unlimited.
Our Goods are Quality -Quality. Means Economy.
Lierk-Sandall Company.
Brazil's Name.
I.ong before the PortiiBiio.se colonlod
the. const or Brazil ml venturous Bristol
merchants had equipped expeditions In
a vuln search for the supposed Island
of Brasvllo. Who gave Brazil h r pres
ent name Is unknown to fume -the nwA
ly Portuguese called It Terra da Vera
Cruz hut whouvor h.intled the conn
try took the name from the I last In- '
dies. For ninny years lief ore the dlseov- I
cry of Brazil iiii'ichauH had brought
from tho east for the iimj of dyers a j
wood which yielded a beautiful red
color-brasill or brasilly. The West
Indies luivo trees of the same sort, but
Brazil contains thorn In more abun
dance than any other country. So that
Brazil wood Is not called so uftcr tho
country. Tho country Is named so be
cause of Its rod djo trees. London
Chronicle.
Trnvals of Roots.
Hoots travel amazing distances In
nearch of I heir requirements. A tim
ber merchant, excavating for a sewer
In England, fmiud an olui loot ono and
a quarter Inches In diameter and slxty
tlneo feet long, running through a bed
of sawdust from the tree to the near
est water.
Tho aggregate length of root thrown
out by somo plants Is almost incredi
ble. A cucumber will, within Its short
life of about half a year, throw out
from ten to fifteen miles of roots.
Clover roots will go straight down to
a depth of six to nine feet In search
of moisture, and coltsfoot, ono of the
most powerful and persistent of weeds,
sends Its suckers down to an oven
grejiter depth. London Stray Stories.
Miss Mabel Denter left yesterday
lor tho eastorn parti of tho stato
Where sho will visit relatives for some
time. Sho was formerly a nurso nt
the P. & S. hospital.
Miss Cordlco Huby, formorly a nurso
at tho P. & S. hospital, is surferlng with
an attack of blood poisoning in hor
hand which sho contracted while in
tho hospital.
Lost the Point.
Tho Teacher Now, children, listen
to this. Thomas Campbell, the fa
mous poet, onco walked six miles to a
printing olllce to havu a comma In
one of his poems changed to a semi
colon Why did ho take all that trou
ble? Bright Boy 'Cause ho didn't linvo
no tellj phone Cleveland Plain Dealer
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