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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1915)
ATHENA Underwear for
JT Women and Children.
Here are the features that give Athena its com- j
fort, its daintiness and its tailored fit.
Sloping Shoulders and
Conform to the shoulders with
out wrinkling under arms.
Keeps garment from stretching
across the shoulder, and Holds
sleeve in place.
Curjyed Armh o IS
Brings arm seams to the natu
ral curve of the shoulder and
holds garment snugly and
smoothly up under arm, doing
away with unnecessary cloth,
'titm iiwiniiiu'w i iifcw Miriam mHamji
Is so shaped as to relieve the
usual strain at the thigh. In
sures greater comfort and
lowNeckt ,Sleevelessa tSuit
jfu s t "a"a VonwrTi sf ufeTTcTosT the"
bust than the back, so this garment
Is made with extra fullness in front.
This consists of a plait on each side
of the back, instead of extra cloth
in the middle where it causes dis
comfort. Always stays closed and
allows sufficient room, sitting or
Single garments as low as 50c.
Union Suits as low as $1.00.
A style for every taste a weight
. for every temperature a price
for every pursea scientifically
E. T. Tramp & Sons
CITY AM) COUNTY JiEWS. I Mrs. jqeorge Roberts, of Maxwell,
( 3pent. -yiffjsijgj part of- last week vis
t . - itlng local frteuUs.
Dr. anil Mra.i.T. .J. Kerr returned
Saturclaymornln's fronv Lincoln where
they spent last week.
Mrs. John Statos left Saturday morn
lng for Denver whore she will visit
Walter States and family;
Mrs. Edith Qualley, of Mitchell, came
down Saturday morning to visit her
mother, Mrs. John Conuett.
Misses Ethel Potter and Bessie
O'Kano, of Gothenburg, visited hero
' last weok with friends.
Mrs. James Craig, of Holly, Colo,
came a fow days ago to visit her moth-
or Mrs. Charles Wyman.
. Mrs. Philip Drake roturncd Satur
uuy morning from a,month'B visit
with relatives in Missouri,
0. L. Johnston, of Edgar, arrived
tho later part of last week to visit his
brother E. N. Johnston and family."'
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Duggan, of
Grand Island, visited In town Friday
whilo onrouto to Scotts Bluff by auto
For Sale Quick for cash, Lot 9
Block C, Inquire- of Martin Wyman at
VnnCleavo's blacksmith shop. 81tf
Mrs. S. C. Cunningham will leave
this weok for Illinois where sho has
been called by tho illness of her mother
Mrs. Carl Earliart and two daugh
tors wont to Grand Island Friday ov
enlng to visit her mother, Mrs. Pill
Just received another shipment 01
now Fall Wool and Silk Dresses. Tho
most beautiful Dresses over shown in
North Platto. Wool, Silk and Volvci
combinations, Fur trimmed nt lowest
MIbb Mlnnlo Lowo returned Satur
day morning from Oiiiuhn whoro sho
nttonded tho Itobokah convention last
Ira LoMnstor Is expocted hero In
tho near future to spend somo time
with his patrents, Mr. and Mrs. John
woqk end With relatives in Paxton.
Mrs. Conuolloy and daughter Katie,
of Wallace, are visiting In town this
Mrs. Russell Wyman will entertain
tho Entro Nous cluo tomorow after
noon. Mrs. Harry Samuelson will enter
tain the Club Novlta tomorrow after
noon. Mlsa Irono Stuart roturncd Satur
day morning from a week's stay In
Mrs, A. J. Frazler roturncd Satur
day morning from a short visit In
Attorney and Mrs. Wm. Shumnn
ImVo gone to Omaha to spend a week
or longer, '
Attorney Rolfo Hnlllgan spent the
Inttor part of lust week In Lexington
A. E. Tlmmcrman attended- the
Gothenburg colt show -the latter part
of lns( weok.
Tho Vnu Dornn lady orohostra fur
nished music for a daneo at Hershoy
Mrs. M. E. Scott loft Saturday
morning for Omnha and Lincoln to
"Visit for a week.
Mrs. Abo Kolthly, of Ogalnlla, who
visited Mrs. Freda Barnoll last woek,
has gono home.
R. L. Graves came In from Omaha
Saturday morning to visit friends and
Mi'3. Charles Royuolds has returnod
from Omnha where sho visited rela
tives for two weeks.
Mrs. Harry Murrin loft Friday ev
ening for Cheyenne to visit ro'latlves
for a week or more.
Miss Irmu Johnson has accepted n
position in tho candy department of
tho Wilcox store,
Wo can show you tho best Suit or
Coat from ?12.C0 to $25.00 in western
Nebraska. 'Don't tako our word for it,
but como In and be convinced.
Harryq Murray left Saturday for
Sidney where ho will be omployed for
Lost A gray mncklnaw on road
cast of town. Please roturn to this
Mrs. D. L. Roborts and son Dan de
parted for Cheyenne Saturday even
ing, whero they will visit rolativoa for
Carl Simon and daughter Veronia
left Saturday evening for Hastings
whero they will visit relatives for a
woek or more. '
Ladles', Misses and Chilren's un
derwear, union and separate gnr-
monts, the Dcpendon , brand, nt tho
lowest price at THE LEADER.
Dean Bowkor left Saturday morning
for Goring to hold services and later
will visit several towis on tho North
Wo can show you tho best Suit or
Coat from $12.50 to $25.00 in western
Nebraska. Don't tako our word for It,
but come in nnd bo convinced.
Misses Cleo Chappoll and Blanche
Cox, of Sutherland, spent a day hqro
while enroute to the teachors'meoting
at Brady Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Luko Healey and
grandson Darroll returned tho latter
part of last week from Denver,
whore they spent a week.
Tho second entertainment of the
lecture course will bo "The Old Glory
Quartet" Thursday, October 28th, at
the Presbyterian church.
Mrs. M. A. Cemer, of Los Vegas, N.
M arrived here Saturday evening to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Levi Duke while en
route home from Omaha.
The Presbyterian ladies' aid society
will bo entertnined In tho church par
lors Thursday afternoon by Mesddmes
White, Davidson and Watts .
Now Fall Suits still arriving daily
nnd wo are' 'offering them at greatlj-
reduced prices. BLOCK'S.
Mrs. James McEvoy and son Pres
ton returned home Saturday morning
from Omaha where tho latter is taking
treatment from Dr. Jonas.
Mrs. Robert Salsettl arrived here
from Sweden Saturday morning to
make her home. Mr. Sal3ettt has
boen employed hero for some time.
Mrs. Worth Miller nnd chlldron
of Ogalalla, came down Saturday to
visit Mr. Miller, who is in tho City
Hospital. AVhlle here they were the
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Kiii-ais ui juufu uuu ira. tn. ii. urimcu.
Miss Mary1 Kathoriric Murray re
turned to Lincoln the latter part of
last week after a two weeks' visit
with her grandmother, Mrs. John, Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Carson returned
yojtqrday from Omaha where they
visited last week and also attended
tho foot ball game at Lincoln Satur
A new shlpmont of Dress Goods and
aims just arriveu ai tho meaner.
Just received a largo vaTlety of
Dress Trimmings at tho Leader.
Miss Freda Hammer, who has been
visiung roiaiives in siuney ror a
week I3 expected to return tomor
row and spend a few days before
leaving for Omaha whore sho will
make her home.
E. Sywoulka, for soven years and a
half a missionary under the African
Inland Mission In British East Africa,
will speak at tho Baptist church Wed
nesday evening, Oct. 27th. All nro
cordially Invited to attend this service.
A prairio fire west of town Sunday
evening caused alarm to residents of
that viciinlty and the lire department
wns called out. As It was out of the
city limits thoy could not bo of much
assistance. Slight damages to fences
Don't fail to seo our now lino oi
siik I'ouicoats, in all the wanted
shndos and combinations.
Whilo enroute home from tho Mrs.
George Adnmson funeral at Ringgold
Snturday, Will Adani3on was thrown
against tho car in which ho was rid
lng and sustained a bnd cut on the
face. Ho was rondordd unconscious
by tho blow. Mr. Coopor, who was al
so riding In tho car wns also rendered
For Sale Pure bred Duroc Jersey
spring boars and gilts, all ellglblo to
registry, Prices right. Inqulro or
nddress, Blankonburg Bros., 1305 North
Loqust street, North Platto, Nob. 79-4
John II. Gnnzoll, ex-flrst baseman of
tho Cincinnati Red Sox, spent 'the lat
ter part of last weok hero and enjoyed
a hunt for ducks with sovoral of tho
local hunters. Othor members of tho
party woro Mrs. John Gunzoll, Juno
Gnnzoll and Homer Travis, of Ro
chostor, N. Y. They are onrouto to
Honolulu In Kholr tourin g car andaro
ahead of ithoir schedule. Mr. Ganzoll
and J. J. Gottman played togethor in
tho longuo games In Now York and re
nowed tholr ncqunlntanco hero.
WILL JEFFE118 IS MAtfE
Effective Novejnbor 1st, Wm. Jeffcrs,
superintendent of the Nebraska di
vision nnd n former North Platte boy,
will become general superintendent of
the Union Pacific. This office was
nbollshcd three years ago when
Charles Ware was made gcnoral man
ngcr, but will be re-created Novem
ber ljt, presumably for tho purpose
of relieving Mr. Ware of part of his
duties which probably have becomp
greater than oven so efficient man
ager no he can handle with best re-
Air. J.effers' appointment a? general
superintendent Is n.iothor p'r.motl.'.n
that his North Platto friends aro glajl
to' sec, and' is one in lino with The
Tribune's "Watch Bill Jeffcrs Climb"
prediction made when he was appoint
ed assistant superlntednent of the Wy
oming division, and The Tribune Is
confident that "Bill" is not yet through
Supt. Brophy, of he Wyoming di
vision succeeds Mr. Jeffers on the Ne
braska .division, and As3t. Supt.
Toucoy, who has been stationed at
Ogden, becomes superintendent of tho
western division with headquarters at
Arnuigc for All-Stars Game.
W. E. Gorman, of New York city,
who is traveling In advance making
preparations . for the All-Stars ball
games, spent Saturday in town secur
ing accommodations for tho forty or
more people who form the party. He
says that the players, thirty in num
ber, will arrive hero from Grand Isl
and on train No. 15 Wednesday even
ing. Including the wives of several
of the players, the party will consist
of at least forty and two Pullman cars
and a baggage car will be occupied.
Two of tho players, Strunk and Shang,
are on their weding trip, having been
married after the world series games.
Frank Bancroft will he In charge of
the party. From hero thoy will go to
Greeley, Col., Thursday night.
Foot Ball Game Friday.
Tho Gothenburg high 3chool foot
ball team will be here Friday after
noon for a game Avlth the local team.
By reason of the friendly rlvialry,
which has existed between these
schools at foot ball for several years
much Interest is itaken'in the coming
game. So far this season Gothenburg
has nqt been defeated. The games they
liavo playec and the scores were as
follows: Curtis agricultural school 30
to 0,, second team of the Kearney Nor
mal G to 0, Hastings high school last
Friday 37 to 7.
It is evident that the local team
will know that there Is a game on
their hands when they tackle the boys
from down the lino.
Mrs.' James Snyder Is enjoying -a
visit 'from Ifor brother Robert Scott,
of Benvor City, who arrived a fow
Pure bred Duroc-Jorsoy spring boars
your cholco at $25.00 each.
GCtf EXPERIMENTAL STATION.
LaCamlllo and P. N. Front Lace
and back laco corsets, in all the new
fall models, everyone guaranteed to
wear well and fit well, $1.00 up at
llupfer Acts as Clicf.
C. C. Hupfer, of tho Vienna Cafe of
this city, officiated as chef at the bar
becuo held at Gothenburg Friday in
connection with the ,colt show. To
feed the crowd he raalle one hundred
gallons of vegetable soup, roasted a
steer and two hogs and had on hands
a supply of 3even thousand buns, two
barrels of dill pickles and a couple
hundred gallons, of coffee. It Is es-
(Jlmated that four thousand, people
woro fed. Everything was free to the
farmers, but tho town people were
charged for the feed and-sports.
Robert Dodglas left yesterday
morning for Grand Island to spend
several days on business.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Den left yester
day morning for Arapahoe to visit rel
atives for a week or longer.
To Exchange One or more horso
colts for mules or cattle. Address
Howard's Ranch, North Platte. 81-3
The Woman's Home Missionary So
ciety of the M. E. church will meet
with Mrs. Ray Langford Friday afternoon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Crosby of Suth-.
orland, and Mrs. Ebcn Warner of
Chadron, were guests of Attorney
and Mrs. M. E. Crosby this weok.
Infanta long nndshort white coats
Just arrived. A largo assortment.
Prices from one dollar up; .
A party of young Indies nlcniced
in the hills south of town Saturday.
evening and report n pleasant even-1
lng In the moonlight.
George Adanison wisheB to thank
the workmen in , tho round house
hero for the flowers they sent to deck
his wife's casket, and for other acts
of sympathy. ,
Mr. nad Mrs. Thomas Austin are
enjoying a Vllrik'-from tho former'
parents who arrived a fow days ago
from Sobctha, khn. Tifey were accomi
panled hero by Airs. Knowles.of Set
Saturday evening tho ladies auxilr
lary of the B. of R. T. held a waff lo
lunch at the KV "P. hall, Which" was
well patronized and tho ' sdrvic, and
lunch highly complimented by the pa
trons. ' ' '
New Wool Scarfs, the crazo of the
season, In all shades, now shown nt
The recently elected officers - of
Council 1211, Knights of Columbus,
will be Installed at tho reguar moot
ing to he held Wednesday evening at
tho K. P. hall. Coffee and cigars will
be served. .
Taken up by tho undersigned Sutl-.
day evening nt his placo south of city
limits two red cows branded .T G on
loft hip. Owner please call and paj
charges dnd tako animals away.!
' F. H. PAYNE.
A big crop of good winter apples at
tho Glenburnlo Fruit Farm, Thcso
aro choice varieties and aro selling
cheap. Special prlcea on wagon
76tf DAVID HUNTER, Sutherland.
Of any description, in sots or sep
arate pieces, also for trimmings, arc
shown -at BLOdlv'S.
Chicago Minister Will Preach
Rov. Robt. H. White, of Chicago, will
preach at the flr3t Presbyterian church
next Sunday, both morning nnd even
ing. Rev. Whlto was recommended
by tho McCormick theological semi
nary, of Chicago, which Is one of the
leading Presbyterian theological
schools of America, as a candidate to
(ill tho vacancy of the Presbyterian
church In tills city. Ho graduated
from this school two yenrs ago. All
members of the congregation are urged
to be present. S0-2
Two housos in Denver, one large, one
small, $4,000, no incumbrance, for
proporty in Nebraska. Fred Eastman,
2G2S Dodgo St., Omaha, Neb.
Br. Iljslnger Will lie Here
Dr. Holmes Dyslnger, theological
Instructor In tho Midland Collogo at
Atchison, Kansas, has boon secured
to doilver tho address at tho annual
meeting and banquot of the Luthoran
Brotherhood which will bo hold ou
the evoning of November Sth at tho
Dr. Dyslnger Is said to bo a very
able Hpeakor and will no doubt deliver
a very Intqrestlng address.
v. .i. niEFi: a co.
lloal Estate and Insurance
Como and see us for town lots In
difforont pnrts of tho city. Good In
vestments on easy terms. Houses for
aulo and rent. We have also good bar
gains in farms and ranches.
Cor. Front and Duwoy Sts.. upstairs.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
We are in a position to furnish competent nurses for physicians," on
Call Phone 82 and state whether you want graduute or domestic nurse
ami we win complete an me arrangements lor you without charge.
607 LOCUST STREET
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Sanitary Newly Furnished Fireproof
This institution is now open for the Reception and Treatment of Surg
ical. Medical and Obstetrical cases.
A Strictly modern Hospital for tho' convenience of the physicians of
North Platte and (country tributary thereto.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The First National Bank
XOHT21 PL.ATTJB, :VJ5J32ASA.
Member Federal Reserve Bank System.
CAJPJTAZ, AiYD SUIZJPZ,USt
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
H STABILITY, EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE
HATE BEEN THE FACTORS IN THE GROWTH OF THIS
BANK, AND THE SAME CAREFUL ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO
SMALL ACCOUNTS AS IS GIVEN TO LARGE BALANCES.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
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Dress in comfort
Use Perfection. Sjp
Oil for best
STANDARD OIL COMY
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