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The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, July 11, 1916, Image 5

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What You Can See at the Pat
TUESDAY, Big 4 Feature
Robert Edeson in "For a Woman's Fair Name"
Five Parts, 10 and 15 Cents
WEDNESDAY, Pathe Feature,
"The Woman's Law," featuring Florence Reed
In Five Parts, 10 and 15 Cents
THURSDAY, William Fox Presents
Theda Bara in "The Two Orphans"
In Six Parts, 10 and 20 Cents
FRIDAY, Big 4 Feature, "Man's Malcing" In Five Parts
SATURDAY, Paramounts, Daniel Froman presents
Mary Bickford in "Esmerelda"
Five Parts, 10 and 15 Cents
Features of -the best, see them at home, it saves you time and
money. Pat, the best ventilated place in the city, cooler in
side than out. The Pat presents Mr. Chas. Smith on the pi
ano to make it more pleasant. Pictures well displayed.
DR. 0. II. CRESSLER,
Graduate Dentist
Office over the McDonald
Stato Dunk.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
J. Q. Wilcox visited -with relatives in
Cozatl Sunday.
Mrs. B. McNnmnr, of Paxton, visited
with local friends Sunday.
John Baker returned from his home
stead at Melroso Saturday.
Fred Duncan purchased a new Ford
car the latter part of last week.
Dr. Charles Adams and Mrs. Adams
visited friends in Ogalalla this week.
Mrs. M. H. Douglas left yesterday
morning for Sidney to spend the day.
Judge H. M. Grimes left yesterday
morning for Lexington on legal busi
ness. Mrs. Hi Smith returned Friday even
ing from a visit with the Pushman
family at Melrose.
Miss Eda Behling, of York, arriveU
hero Sunday evening to visit at the C.
S. Clinton home.
Miss Wynn Sullivan, of Brady, came
yesterday morning to visit at the Watts
homo, for several days'.
For Bent Three rooms furnished
for light housekeeping, modern except
heat. Phone Black GSG.
C.'H. Martin, an inspector from the
U. P. general manager's office spent
yesterday hero on business.
Remember, good people, our Semi
Annual Sale begins July 22nd.
51-2 E. T. TItAMP & SONS.
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Johnson, of
Denver, who spent last week visiting
local friends, left Sunday.
Ernest Gunsell, of Lincoln, visited
at the Clinton home Sunday while en-
route to western points
The Episcopal guild will hold a so-
clal In the basement of the church
Thursday afternoon.
Miss Gladys Hansen returned last
evening from Council Blufts whore nhe
visited her father for a few days.
Mesdames Frank and Perry Buchan
and left yesterday morning for a short
visit with friends m Grand Island
Mrs. James Dorram and daughter,
Miss Zella, went to Sidney yesterday
morning to visit friends until Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilson returned
yesterday morning from Sutherland
where they visited the former's par
ents.
Mrs. Ralph Ford and baby, who have
been visiting relatives in Lexington
for ten days, will return home this ev
ening.
Miss Nell Toole, of Kearney, who
visited with her sister Mrs. Harry
Boyle for a few days, left Sunday cv
ening.
Miss Mario Martini visited lior sister
Mrs. Fred Ilasmusson in Horshoy this
week.
Jcseph Plzcr returned Friday even
ing from Grand Island and Hastings
where he spent twa weeks with hta
cousin.
Otto White, of Sidney, camo the
later part of last week 'to visit his
brother J. W. White and wife for
several days.
Miss Ida Salisbury, who visited her
sister Mrs. W. D. Joder in Haig for
several weeks, returned hero Satur
day evening.
The sjork deposited a baby girl at
the home of Mrand Mrs. Cash Austin
saiuruay evening. All concerned aro
doing well.
Mrs. William Hemphill returned to
Cheyenne Saturday morning after vis
iting with the Hemphill family In this
city for a week.
Dr. and Mrs. McKinloy, of York, who
wero guests of their daughter Mrs.
George N. Gibbs for several days, loft
Sunday morning.
Mrs. Glen Taylor and baby, of Ly
ons, came the latter part of last week
to visit her sister Mrs. J. B. Redileld
for a couple of weeks.
Dr. W. T. Pritchard went to Key-
stono yesterday morning to inspect a
number of horses for use in the U. S.
army. He returned ast evening.
Mrs. Horace Barraclough and two
children, of Los Angeles, are expected
here next week to visit with her par
ents Mr. and Mrs.' Andy Sluder for a
month or longer.
Mert Thayro and J. Singer, of Vale,
Ore., camo by" auto the later part of
last week to visit the former s chil
dren who are making their homo with
the LeDioyt family.
Rev. It. A. Jensen, of Osceola, con
ducted the services at the Baptist
church Sunday evening and was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Toole.
Rev. Jensen -will probably succ-ced
Rev. Barton.
All members of Bradford Division,
auxiliary of the B of L. E. aro re
quested to attend the regular meeting
on Friday afternoon, July 11th, to
practice for inspection. Mrs. W. B.
Brown, Pres.
The slides showing the snap shots
taken of the floats and other clebra
tion scenes, will bo shown at tho
Keith theatre tonight in connection
with the Metro program "A Royal
Family" with Ann Murdoch.
Tho Methodist aid society will bo
ontertalned at tho experimental farm
next Thursday afternoon. Mesdame3
McComb, Stackhouse, Ulrich, Soudcr
and Lewis will be hostess. Cars will
bo at tho church at two o'clock for
those wishing to attend.
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P. J. DIENEU & CO.
WILLIAM WOOIHintST, PIONEER
HESWEXT PASSES AWAY.
Major William Woodhurst, who lo
cated in Omaha In 185G and came to
North Platte in 18G8, n pioneer of
both state and ctiy, passed away at
his homo In tho Fourth ward at 2:30
yesterday morning at tho age of nearly
dghty-slx. Death was net unexpected ;
for fifteen years ho had boon afflicted
with stomach and kidney trouble,
and as ho advanced in years these
afflictions became intoucillcd, and nt
periods during the past six or eight
years ho suffered Intensely. Unques
tionably through his strong consti
tution and tho careful nursing of n
most devoted wlfo was duo the pro
longation of lite to this tlmo
Mr. Woodhurst was born in Windsor,
Conn., October 7, 1830. When but a
young man he camo west to St. Joe
Mo., where ho remained a year or
two and then wont to Omnha In 1SRG
where later ho was marlrod. In tho
parly sixties, with his wlfo and two
young sens, he traveled overlnnd to
San Francisco, and staying thoro a
year or so returned east to Indiana.
Tho lure of tho west was strong, how
ever, and he soon returned to Omaha
and in 18G8 came to North Platte. In
18G9 he was appointed doputy shorlff,
and two years later was elected shor
lff. lie was re-elected, but resigned
to become wnrdon of tho stnto pon
ltonliary at i Lincoln,. Tills ppsltlon
ho held for two years, and then going
to Pacific Junction, Iowa, ho purchas
ed a hotel which he conducted" for
several yoars. Returning to North
Platto ho was appointed Union Pacific
depot master and this ho hold for n
number of years. Later he was clerk
nt tho Union Pacific Hotel, resign
ing this when his health began to fall.
Major Woodhurst enjoyed the dis
tinction of being in point of member
ship tho oldest Odd Follow In tho
state, having been-a member for sixty
years. Ho was also for fifty years a
member of tho Masonic fraternity
l)luo libdgei chapter and Knights
Templar.
Ho Wu3 activo In politics and from
the time of the organization of tho
republican pnny ho was an uncom
promising member and an energetic
worker. For three years ho was a
member of tho board of county com
missioners, a position which ho well
filled.
Ho leaves a wife and two sons, the
latter W. H. C. Woodhurst of this city
and Charles Woodhurst, of Lovell,
Mont.
Tho funeral will bo held nt tho
residence at seven o'clock Wednesday
evening conducted by Rev. Bowker.
It Is requested that no flowers bo
sent.
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Grant Proves Very Easy
Tho North Plntto ball team journey
ed to Grant Saturday, going by train
to Ogalalla and thenco by car to desti
nation. The game was played In the
afternoon but was so one-sided ns to
bo almost pitiful. At tho end of tho
ninth tho score stood thirty to nothing
In favor of North Platte. Had the boys
sa desired tho .score would have been
much larger.
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I milium Jleet Pefent.
The Chcycnno Indians were defeated
on the local yard Sunday afternoon by
a score of six to one. The- locals made
all their runs in tho second Inning,
when they batted the visitors pitcher
to a fare-yc-well. With tho exception
of this inning the game was well play
ed and kept the 400 spectators Interest
ed. Todenhofc pitched for North
Platto and was In his best form, work
ing himself out of several "holes."
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Clarence Worlement, of Cheyenne,
who played first base with the Chey
ennno team hero Sunday vlstled with
his aunt Mrs. William Hubbard while
in this ctiy
Real Estate and Insurance
Come and see us for town lots In
different parts of the city. Good In
vestments on easy terms. Houses for
sale and rent. We have also good bar
(rains In farms and ranches.
Cor. Front and Dewey Sts.. upstalrH
fom Factory on the Farm
Modern i" " arc laid out so as to get the most
work done with ihe least lost motion. The bain ought to
be planned in the same way.
Back hauls and other faults in planning are expensive.
They make the work more difficult and waste your time
in the bargain.
The farm factory, also, should be large enough to take
care of the produce from your fields. Many real estate
men estimate the fertility, of a farm by the size and ap
pearance of the barn. They set the proper valuation ac
cordingly. Command our services when planning your new barn.
We'll so the limit in heloine vou.
W. W. BIRGE CO.
The Hrmly Clmutuuiiun.
Tho Chautauqua at Brady opons
Friday, July 11th, and closos tho fol
lowing Tuesday. Two sessions each
day. Splendid program for each ses
sion. People of North Plntto and vi
cinity are Invited to attond.
Train No. 18 will stop nt Maxwell
and Buuly Saturday and Sunday July
15th nnd lGth and Tuesday, July 18th,
making It convenient for tho people
of this section to atend the afternoon
and evening sessions.
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Ncw'whrnt Flour will soon he on the
mnrkct, aud Wo urge our trade tJ pro
tect tluniiiolves against the usual
troubbli' oxperlonced in using Now
Whoait Flour. We have secured a
liberal -supply of old wheat flour, up
on which we will allow a discount of
10 cents por sack fcr tho next 30 days
In fiOO pound lota.
Bltf RUSH MERCANTILE CO.
Tho Et-A-Vlrp club met Friday af
ternoon with Mrs. L. O. Sawyer who
entertained them at an informal ken
olngton. Offlcors fcr the year were
elected as follows: President Mrs.
John Voselpka, vice-president Mrs.
Jnmos Adams, secretary and treasury
Mrs. Glen Ferguson. Plate-lady Mrs.
George Vosolpka and reporter Mrs.
Arthur Fink.
Mrs. John Kolth nnd son left Sun
day evening for their homo in Los
Angeles aftjer visiting with local
lriends for several days. Enroute
nome tnoy will vis t In Denver. Mr
Keith who resided in this vicinity for
many yearB will visit friends In
town for sovernl days.
Tho Royal Neighbors will held their
regular meeting In the K. P. hall at
3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. All
mombors aro urged to bo present and
reiresnmcnt8 will bo served.
Mrs. B. F. Gnlthor, of Beatrice, for
meriy or this ity, left yesterday
morning for Colorado Springs ntor
woiuiiK iuisH uraco iuoonoy.
Mr. and Mrs. William nionnr nn.i
family loft yesterday afternoon for
Denver, tho former to spend a weok
aim tno others a month.
Harry Lawson and C. E. Andrews,
of AVecplng Wntcr, who is his guest
returned Saturday from a visit In
western points by auto.
Wanted Orders for carpet weav
ing, rugs and other household articles
Mrs. Frank Wilson, G12 east 5th or
phone Black 809.
W.sj. Tlley acted as leader of a
party of fourteen ladies and irentlo
men who spent Sunday in Ashing near
mis city.
For Rent liny ground on shares. N.
M. Pcttit, 1 miles west of Blgnoll. 50-tf
Claude Woingand left Sunday even
ing for Omaha whero he will attond
tho convention of northwestern hotel
managers
M. O. Stanley, of Wichita, Ivans., ar
rived hero yesterday to acopt a no
sltlou as watch repairer in the Dixon
store.
1VB.! Boatman and William Rltncr
will leave this weok for Laramie to
spend a week or moro on a fishing
trip.
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Notice of Petition
Estate No. 1423 of George Troxler, in
tho County Court of Lincoln County,
Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska. To nil per
sons interested in snld Estnto take
notice that a petition has boon flled for
tho appointment or Florence P. Trex
ler ns Administratrix of said Estnto
which has been set for hearing horeln
on July 21, 191G, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Dated Juno 20, 191G.
GEO. E. FRENCH,
J27JM County Judp
Mrs. Thomas Watts, of Grand Is
land, Is visiting with tho Watts family
this weok.
Charles McGuIro returned a few dnys
ago from a short visit with relatives
in Schuyler.
Mlsg Ella Blake returned Saturday
evening from a visit with frlonds In
western points. '
J. J. Horrlgnn was called to Corhon-
dale, Pa., this week by tho serious Ill
ness of his slstor.
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rpi-IIS lilile heater will heat
sufficient water for a bath in
about fifteen minutes at a cost
of 2 1-4 cents. We still have
some at
$15.00
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Come in and see it demonstrated.
North Platte Light & rower Co
C. R. MOREY, Manager.
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For Sale Furnlturo nnd household
articles, G12 east 5th or phono Black
809. -
J. G. Harter left yesterday moi'n
ing for Yollowstono Park to spond n
week.
Paul Otenstoln has accopted a posi
tion In the Union Pacific shops and be
gan work Saturday.
William Turpie, who has boon In
Laramlo for somo time, enmo yostcr
dny to visit his brothors.
OPEN Ati ACCOUNT WITH
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The First National Bank
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XOHT1I PLATTE, AViUI.ASt'A.
MemberFederal Reserve Bank System.
CA.IUTA.L, AA'D SUTtL,USt
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
STABILITY, EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE
nAVE BEEN THE FACTORS IN THE GnOlVH OF THIS
BANK, AND THE SA3IE CAJtEFUL ATTENTION IS GFVEN TO
SMALL ACCOUNTS AS IS GIVEN TO LARGE BALANCES.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Truly Great Men
arc the men who started, at an early date, laying
aside a small portion of their income, regularly
Small though your savings may he each week
or month, it is n ost surprising what they will
amount to if kept Up regularly for a term of
years.
Let us show you some most astonishing figures
along the lines of weekly and monthly savings.
None too small; none too large.
McDonald State Bank.
North Platte, Nebraska.
The Bank Behind The Thriftpiovement.
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There's No Lumber Like The Lumber
That you know is dry and sound
There's no lumber that is better
Than In Our Yard Is Found
There's no lumber firm for miles around
that can sell you belter goods,
For There's No Better Lumber
In This
Neck 0 Tho Woods
Coates Lumber & Coal Co.
North Platte, Nebr.
THE NURSE BROWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
1000 Wast Fourth Street. Thane 110
Ethical, Moral, Efficient.
An institution for tho troatmont of Medical, Surgical and Confinement
Cases. MltS. MAIIGAHET HALL, 8upt.
Hit, J. S. TWINE.U, Physician nnd Surgeon.
Fidelity
Reserve
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mpany,
An old lino, Mutim, Lcgnl Kcscrvo Company.
Homo Office: North Pintle, Jfcbr.
A Western NcJirasfcu Conipany for IVcslorn Nebraska
People and especially for North Platto People
Assets Dee. Ill, 15)15, $!S,(U;.!1
LIFE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
All forms of policies, straight whole life plan, 10, 15,
20, 25 or 30. Payment life or Endowment. Either life
Insurance alone or In combination with health and acci
dent insurance. Our combination policy gives tho most
complete protection of any policy on the market for the
premiumum payment.
The men back of this Coinpnny are:
OFFICERS:
Dr. Uarton B. Baker, President.
Prank C Piolstlckor, Vice-President.
M. Kolth Novillo, VIco-Prcsidont.
Wlllinm II. McDonald, Vico-President.
Charles F. Templo, Secrotary.
Charles F. Sponcor, Treasurer.
There is $500,000.00 of Insurance money going out of
North Platte every year. Why not keep part of It at home?
Offico: Itooms 1 and 2, 1. O. 0. F. Hulldluf?.
DIRECTORS:
Dr. Uarton B. Bakor.
John J, Ilalllgan.
Waltor v. Hoagland.
Fredorlclc L. Templo.
Charles F. Sponcor.
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