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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1917)
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HAVE YOU INVESTIGATED THE
If you have not, it will surely pay
you to do so at once. They are
guaranteed not to break and that
is something worth consideration.
can be replaced in our own LENSE
GRINDING plant the same day or
der is given. Just bring in the
HARRY DIXON & SON,
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDonald
CITY. ANT) COUNTY NEWS.
John Norris .Is spending a few days
in Bridgeport this week.
Mrs. E. .M. Smith has returned from
a short visit in Omaha with friends.
Dr. Morrill. Dentist.
' Earl Brady, of Gothenburg entered
a local hospital iast week for treat
ment. Paul Roddy began --work Saturday
as bookkeeper for the Gralnger-Stncy
Harry Christ, of Stapleton, spent
tho week end visiting his sister Miss
Frank Herrod, of Ogalalla, spent
Sunday hero with his mother Mrs.
Miss Doris Seibort has accepted a
position as cashier in tho Wilcox
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rasmussen loft
Friday afternoon for Grand Island to
spend a few days.
MrsT William Esholmarrond chil
dren spent tho iw'eok end with friends
and relatives in Hershoy.
Mrs. Georgo Rodgors loft Friday for
Denver to visit relatives and friends
for a week or longer.
Harry Bailor, formerly of this city,
came tho latter part of last week to
visit his father I. L. Bailor.
Henry Well wont to Bayard yester
day to, look after tho progress of tho
new hotel ho is building at that place.
100 Spring Coats in the wanted
shadeaT styles, and lengths, at sacri
ficed prices at
' y BLOCKS'
Mrs. Alfred Petorson and son Harry
returned tho latter part of last week
from a visit wjth tho former's sister
A now nifty lino of House Dresses
nnd Aprons, tho two pieco morning
dresses aro especially attractlvo.
E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
Mrs. Gub Chamborlain und son Val
daiiiar, of Denver, who camo to attend
tho Sulllvan-Musselman wedding Sun
day, left this morning.
Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Kerr aro on
Joying a visit from tho former's bro
ther who arrived hero from Akron,
Iowa., Friday afternoon.
Attornoy J. A. Mothorscad, of Scott3
Bluff, formerly of this city, 1ms been
in town for a-couplo of days trans
acting business and visiting friends.
If you are. still to buy .your Surinc
Suit now is tho timo tobuy It when I
you can save from one third to one-!
half off tho regular price at I
Mrs. Norman Edwards of Brady who
has been visiting raith her sister Mrs.
Frank Elliott for a weok past will
leavo in a few days for California to
visit her mother Mrs. W. T. Banks.
Another honor has come to Colonel
and Councilman Dave Day ho became
tho father of a daughter Saturday, tho
only grand child in tho two families.
Mother and daughter aro getting along
Secretary Moonoy yesterday signed
a contract with tho balloonists who
win be hero each 'day of tho Homl
ccntonnlal celebration. There will bo
two ascensions the first day and threo
each of tho other days. Each ascension
will bo accompanied by a parachute'
Edith Storey, Antonio Moreno and
William Duncan will feature in "Alad
din From Broadway" at tho Keith Wed
nesday night. A Broadway sport-gay
young blado, wagered to reach Mecca,
the forbidden land where no Christian
over trod. His experience makes a
Joyous photodrama Jammed with ac-
tlon, humor, pathos, lovo and purposo
that will Instruct, entertain and hold
by Its sheer heart pull.
L1HKKALLY FOR BONDS
Rallrotul mdn of North Plntto are
showing tholr "patriotism to country by
subscribing liberally for Llbortv
Bonds. In ordor to fully acquaint om
ployos with tho provisions of thoso
oonus, a meeting was held Saturday
evening at the Masonic hall, provided
ovor by Gonl. Manager JofTors. About
ono hundred omployos woro prosont,
which consiuoring that so many crows
woro out, was considoreu vory satis
factory. Mr. Joffors roconnnondod Uio
purchase of thoso bonds as nn act of
lmtrlotism and also as a savings fea
ture, and hoped that as many North
riat,ta omployos as possible iwjould
make purchases on Uio instnllmont
Ballard Dunn, publicity roprcscnta
tlvo of tho company, explained tho
bonds in full, and short addresses
wero mado by Chairman Kanold of tho
B. of L. E., Chas. Boguo of tho B
of R. T., and Messrs. Seoborgor and
Baro. Thoro wero prosont at this meet
ing in addition to Mossrs. Kanold and
Bogue, Chairman Smith of tho B. of
L. F. & E., and Chairman Borgon of
tho O. It. C. A number of thoso pros
ont subscribed for bonds and a com
mittee composed of C. F. Tracy, John
Vornon and Will Frlond was appointed
to solicit subscriptions among railroad
Managor Joffors and Mr. Dunn will
hold meetings during this weok at nil
division terminals on tho Union Pn
clllc. Mossrs. Kanold, Boguo, Smith
nnd Bergln, of tho railroad orders,
proccdo Manager Joffors and assist in
organizing tho committee.
SOCIETY AND CLUBS.
Tho Happy Hour club will meet Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. Ray Lincoln.
Slxtoon members of tho Saturday
aftornoon brldgo club woro entertain
ed at tho homo of Mrs. Charlos Rey
nolds In Maxwoll Saturday.
Tho class of 191G spent a pleasant
evening at a ro-unlon at tho homo of
Miss Helen Cross Friday ovonlng.
Unlquo features of amusement wore
provided by tho hostess.
Mrs. William Banks, Jr., and Misses
Ruth and Irene VanCleave ontertaluod
a number of ladles Thursday evening
nt a preuptlal showonr for Miss Mao
Wilson. The ovonlng was spent In
games and contests and Miss Wilson
tabs showered with many useful gifts.
Tho Catholic Girls' Club was enter
tained Friday ovening in tho basement
of St. Patrck's school by Misses Bos
sio Smith, Wllla Ra'ugh, Effio Christ,
Madgo Flynn and Bcsslo Chamberlain.
Card games wore playod and first
tnrizo won by Miss Mario Martini.
Miss Florence Stack was given tho
second prize and Miss Regina Frazior
was taken into tho membership.
High Cost of LlVliif,' Solved.
Do you know ono thing that has not
Increased wiith high cost of living
"Artificial Ice." Thousands of dollars
aro thrown away In garbage cans that
could bo saved with tho small ex
pense of an Ico Book. Remember In
buying always use tho best. Phono 40
Artificial Ico and Cold Storage Co.'.19-8
Car Registration for April.
During tho month of May Sovonty
four automobiles .iwero registered and
licensed at tho offco of tho county
treasurer. There wero fifty-seven Ford,
four Buick, four Dodge, threo Stnido
bakor, ono Mitchell, ono Overland and
six of other makes.
Sheer dresses; a beautiful assort
ment for tho warmer 'weathor.
E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
Tho Woman's Relief Corps will meet
Wednesday aftornoon Juno 6th, with
Mrs. Win. Morsch. A cordial Invitation
is extended to all.
JvVe hereby extend a personal invitation to all the people ol
' North Platte and Lincoln County to pay us a call and in
spect the equipment and arrangement of our new offices
which are located Third Door East of Postoflice upstairs in
"building of Brodbeck & Son.
This Agency Writes Fire, Tornado, Automobile
and Hail Insurance; Sells Lots, City Property
and Loans Money.
The Mr. Farmer who has growing crops of Grains, Beets
and Vegetables should protect them today against that HAIL
STORM. We respectfully solicit a visit and patronage from
all. OUR MOTTOS ARE
Old Line Companies Only. Service. On the Job.
A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL.
THE H. & S. AGENCY,
Office Phones Red or Black 812. Residence Phones Red 348 and Red 384
The number of those who prefer the Sedan for use through
out the yenr is steadily increasing.
The reason is easily understood when you consider how
adaptable it is to the frequent weather chances common
to all parts of the country. Almost instantly it can be
changed to accommodate itself to heat or cold, rain or
It will pay you to visit us nnd examine this car.
The ilasolinc consumption is unusually low.
The tire mileage is unusually high.
Touring Car or Roadster, $835; Winter Touring Car or Roadster, $1000; Sedan or
Coupe, $1205. (All prices f. o. b. Detroit.)
J. V. ROMIGH, Dealer,
107 Weat Sixth St. NORTH PLATTE. Phone 844
IMSAdltKi: ON TUKNKK;
FIND WIFK GUILTY
Charley Turner and wlfo, charged
with keeping nnd selling liquor, hnd a
hearing boforo a Jury in tho county
court Thursday, and tho Jurors after
being out all night returned a verdict
of guilty ngainst Mrs. Turner but fail
ed to UKrco on tho guilt or Tumor.
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Tho testimony of Cyrus Nunn iaub Hint
ho had porrchnsod liquor of Mrs. Turn
er, and paid hor for tho purchase
Turnor will havo anothor hearing in
tho county court Thursday undor a
slightly different charge.
Bryan Schott began work In tho lo
cal machine shops the latter part of
U. P. Agent U. L. North returned
Friday ovonlng from a business visit In
tho western part of this stato.
Thomas O'Noll, Jr., of Lincoln,
who has been visiting at tho Stack
homo began work In tho local innchino
shops yesterday morning.
A derailment of twonty-flvo freight
cars, wost of Choyonno Friday, de
layed nil etist bound trains on tho
main lino for sovoral hours.
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Notlco to xt.e Public.
Wo havo Information that cortain
dealers in othor makes of cars other
than tho Ford havo stated that tho
Ford prices woro incroaaod April 1st.
this Is entirely without foundation as
tho prices remain tho samo as made
August 1st, 1910. Ploaso rofor to our
nd on tho first pngo of today'B Tri
HENDY-OGIEIl AUTO CO.,
Authorized Ford Sales and Sorvico.
nov. Harmnn loft yesterday for Om
nlia to remain for several days.
Miss Opal Trent has returned from
n two months visit with her parents
in Hershoy. .
Mrs. W. E. OiApns will leavo this
wook for Lorodo and Wnrrensburg.
Mo., to visit rolatlvos for several
Miss Forn Watts who had been em
ployed in tho olTIco of Dr. Crosslor be
gan work n few days ago In tho Urooks
Savo all you can thoso day. You can
savo from ?5.00 to $15.00 on your
Spring coat if you buy It at
Alox Goodwin and Ida M. Hoovor,
of Grand Island, woro married In this
city tho latter part of last wook by
County Judge French.
Mrs. Charlos Blood, of Choyenno, a
fonnor resident of this city, loft for
hor homo Saturday morning after visit
ing at tlio Fred Marti homo for a
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Miss Noll Stansbury wont to Konr
noy Friday ovening.
Mr. and Mrs. 13. L. Porno loft Sat
urday morning for Scotts Bluff
Loron Hustings rcturnod tho laltor
part of last weok from Lincoln.
Mrs. James McEvoy lolt for Choy
onno Saturday to spend a week.
Al'hort Blnnkonburg left Saturday
morning for Kearney to attend tho
Joseph Wcoks camo up from Grand
Island Friday ovonlng to visit rela
tives.. Edixlird Hudson, who spoilt last
wook In Gotlionbburg, rcturnod Friday
Mrs. O. Brnuor and son of Gothen
burg are visiting this wook nt tho Fred
Mrs. C. P. Earhart loft Saturdayi
f I 1 I .
morning ior uunuiHon, uian, 10 rusiuu
in tho future
Miss Hazel Smith has tukon a po
sition as assistant In tho Crcsslor
Dontal office. ,
Jake Roberts, who had been visiting
In St. Joo for somo timo, returned1
homo Friday evening.
Hnrry Huffman, who has been at
tending tho state unlvorslty, will ro
ttim homo this ovening.
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Farm und Hunch loans ni lowest '
rates und best terms. Money on Iinnd
to close loans promptly.
43tt BUCHANAN & PATTERSON.
Misses Mnbol and Vorn Mnlino, ,ot
Gothonborg, nro vlstlng Mr, and Mrs.
A national farm loan association has
boon formed at O'FuIIoiib with tho fol.
lowing offleors: Potor Young, proal
dont; George Cary, vlco-prosidont; G.
S. Thompson, of tho First National
Bank, Hershoy, secrotary-trensuror
Tho district Incil'udes tho tonitory "ly
ing north of tho South Platto rlvor to
tho north county lino and tho wost
county lino with tho soction road thru
Nichols as tho oast lino. Horshoy
Do You Fear
FOU YOUIt AUTO 8KKVICK
Call 12G for Taxi day or night.
Also flvo or seven passenger oar for
MOOENSEN-LOUDEN AUTO CO-,
Chandlor & Elcar Agency,
Corner Eighth and Locust Sts.
DO YOUR BIT
" Help to win tho fight for human lib
erty by buying a
We will furnish you any informa
tion you wish concerning the easi
est way to obtain one.
First National Bank of North Platte
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
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