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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1917)
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"Not to break
It will pay you
to see us about
DR. 0. II. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDonald
jOCAL AND 1'EHSONAL
TX 1 n.mMi. .-rtnt IHma Time.
Mr. and Mrs, J. II. VanCloavo loft
Wodnosday for Cozad to spond oovoral
A now wirmonH TOmoa's Worlfl
Sails. at Till: HUH.
MIbb Eftio Christ Will loavo Sunday
afternoon for DlckonB to spend a
Miss Mary English, ot Overtoil,
visited this wook with tho Wlnslow
Soo Julius Mogonson for all kinds
of P. &0. farm implomonta and wag
Stovo Baldwin roturnod Wednesday
ovooing from Omaha and othor east
Ralph Coatos who had hoon visiting
his sister at Koystono camo homo
Mrs. Win. Ftrlond will entertain
tha M. M. M. elub on the attornoon
of Juno 19th.
J. 0. flalo, ohlot sfyoclal agont of
tlio Union Pacillc, .spent Wednesday
hero on buplnoss.
For Salo Saxon Itoadstor In goou
condition. Inquire of Jim Clinton at
Clinton's Jewolry storo.
Miss Mario Martini loft Wodnosday
ovoning for tho oasforn part of Uio
auuo to sponu a iow uays.
MIm Itoglna Nolan returned Wed
nesday cVBnlng from Kcarnoy whore
elio visited for several days. fc
Francis Norrls was takon ill i with
dlphtliorla Tuesday ovoning and 'tho
rcsidonco has been (funrantincd.
Mrs. John Bratt, who has hoon
viHiting hor daughter in Donvor, Is
oxpoctcd to roturn homo Sunday.
Tlrnnk McCullough was fined $0.85
rin Alio pollco courts Uio first of Una
wodk for assaulting Jolin campuoii.
311ns 31. Slcmnn, steam baths and
Swedish Massage, gentlemen and In
dies, l'lioiio 81)7, Jlrodlieck building.
Mrs. Charles Boguo and daughtor
Emma who woro visiting in Omaha,
returned homo Wednesday ovoning.
Ernest Rlnckor and "Jim" Clinton
wont to Omaha Tuesday night for tho
Itarposo of onllBtlng in tho navy.
For Salo Two houses in Cody ad
ditions,, Both for $2,2G0. Inquire of
Amiol Traub at Overland garago. 43-2
Mm William Journoy who resides
north of town camo horo for modical
trcatmont at a local hospital "Wodnos
Tho Zcta Zota club was entertained
at a picnic Wodnosday at tho Jones
farm by Mosdamos Soudor, Byboo and
Tho offices of tho county clork and
county troasuror Mil bo freshened up
with now point and wall papor tho
first of next week.
Mrs. Harry Fleishman has boon vis
iting In Omaha for a wook or bo past,
and may concludo to go to Chicago
boforo roturnlng homo.
Mrs. E. C. Crandall and daughtor
of Lincoln returned homo Wednesday
morning after visiting her aunt Mrs.
A. P. Kelly for several wookb.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. ColllnB have
purchased their formor Tosldonco on
oast Second stroot which thoy sold to
Frank Why to sevoral months ago.
Paul Qillan sargeant and clork of
Company H, camo horo Wodnosday
from Loxlncton to arrange tho pay
roll and got Uio company In condition
to bo called.
Prof. Loonhardt, of Gibbon, tho iwoll
known and ellicdont piano iunor,
who has tuned moro North Platto
pianos than any othor man is spending
this wook in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Plumor, of Max-
woll. Moro guostfl at tho W. II . Mc
Donald homo yosterday. Thoy have
JuBt returned from California, whore
thoy spont the winter.
Coo. II.-.. Llkort. formorly of Uio
local shops, who of lato has been
stationed at Horton. Kan., lias boon
aivnolntod mastor mechanic of tho
Rock Island at Goodland, KanB.
If you havo tried ovorything olso
without Rosults, Try Chiropractic
Spinal Adjustments and get Well.
DR. L. D. SMITH, Chiropractor,
40tf Building and Loan Building.
Elirhtoon employes of tho local post
oftlco and tlu'oo Janitors of tho fedornl
building hato purchased Liborty
Bonds. That's a mighty good shoiaOng
for North Plntto's federal employes.
Leonard Strou'p, F. A. Stroup and
Francis Stroup camo In from Los
Angolos Wednesday and stopped ovor
fori a tow hours to visit Mr. ana Mrs.
Frank Illbnorv Thoy woro onroute to
tiOYKItXOK SEVILLE SEEKS.
COMMISSION AS COLONEL
' dovornor Neville Ib no "slockor", he
wants to go to tlio front, unmindful
of Uio fact that life Is clljof oxooiitlv
of Nobraska and that ho has a wife
and throo children. Ho seokB a com-
mission as colonel of Uio Sixth Ne-i
braska regiment now bolng organized,1
and if mado colonel will resign as gov-1
dtmor. Wo ndmlro tho govornor's coulr-j
ago and patriotism; ho has advised
others to ontar tho service, ho nojv
shows his fealty to country by want
ing to do Just tho thing Uint ho en
couraged oUiors to do. Governor Nc-
vlllo in accopUng a commission would
saorJflco much tho companlonshp of
his lovablo family, Uio relinquishment
of a post of great honor, tho loss of
financial gain; but thoao ho has brush
ed asldo In ordor to volunteor his
sorvlcos to IiIb country.
Military llfo would not bo entirely
now to Governor Novlllo, for as a
boy ho attonded a military school and
Tcmajnod until, graduation
If you must bo a soldier, Governor,
hollo's hoping Uiat you will bo colonel
of Uio Sixth.
EMPLOYES WHO ENLIST
HOLD INSURANCE BENEFITS
GREAT June Clearing SALE
DO YOUR BIT
Help to win the 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.
Five Acre Tracts
Adjoining the city on the west at the very
low price of $150 per acre. Only'Jew lots
Buchanan & Patterson,
All omnloyes on Uio Union Pacific
system, who woro given llfo insur
ance policies under tho plan an
nounced on tho first of tho year, will
bo protected undor tho terms of these
llfo Insurance policies should thoy en
list In tho military service or uio
United Statos, or bo called upon to
sorvo as tho result of tho solccUvc
ditLft lavi. Thisi advanced and pa
triotic action Is announced in a bul-
lrMn liu;t issued by Proaldont E. E.
Tho effect of the announcement is
that all employes, who havo been in
tho eorvico of tho company for one
voai and who havo enlisted in tho
military or naval servlco prior to May
11, will contlnuo to enjoy tno Dcnoius
during his ontiro service in uio iwur.
ItccrulUiig Officers Coming .
rtocrultlnc officers for tho U, S
Army will arrive tomorrow morninp
unci lAflll remain until jvionuay nigrn.
Thnv will have hcadauartors on the
second lloor of tho federal building
Theso officers havo been at Sidney
for sovoral days and received Blxty
oight rcrults. Today will bo observed
ns "recruit aav in Diuuuy, uu uuoi
noss houses will bJ closed ana the
lay will bo dovotcd to ontartaining tno
Testimonial to Itov. nd Mrs. White.
Members of tho Presbyterian con.
irrocatlon tondored Itov. and Mrs.
llobort Whlto a farewoll rotoption at
tho church Wednesday ovoning. Sov
om.1 mado addresses oxprossmg ap
nroclatlon of Mt1. White's work In Uio
church and community and a purso of
Jr.n was clven him.
Itov. Whlto left ior nis new nome
In Tonnessoa yesterday morning. Mrs
Whlto and Uio children will remain a
week longor. MlJf '
No Speeding In SuthorlniidJf
Tlio Intorost In tho local speed or
dinance was brought to Uio fore Saturi
ilav wbon Jubmco ismnlo assosseu a
lino of ?G.r.o against Stuart Anuorson
of North Platto. Tho dofondruit in
the action was alleged to havo cayort-
od doUm Walnut street about as swift
lv as Uio little swallows ily, and Ho
was roqulrod to como. bapk.ronj jjie
county blub to Hquldato.-sutiierianu
FVoo Lancd.. i . .
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KOOlllH, 1'.0011H, KooniR.
Tho semi-centennial association
conimittoQ on rooma aro do3irious of
locatlni? all thoso who can furnUil
roomB during contonnial wook. 110030
call at offlco In Cash Austin's JoWolry
Storo or nhono 912. Ll3t rooms anu
prlco. Bureau of Information.
Hoii'H. Women's and Children's
Pnimliir nrlccs. newest, siyles, nil
lenHiors mid canvas. TUB 11UIU
Phonox Hoso for Men mid women nt
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS.
William Thayor and child roturnod
Wednesday ovoning from Donvon
Arclidoacon J. J. Cowkor retumetl
thlB morning from a visit In Grand Is
rJinrlfis Hunfor and Joo Schwalgor
havo invited Tho Tribune man to ac
company Uiom to Arthur coupty tomor.
row or noxt day and uemonstrato our
ability to catch somo or uio buiuioaus
which infest a lako n, iscoro ot miios
wost of Trvori.. Wo havo nover tried
our angling Bklll on bullhoatlB, but If
wo can't catch our Bharo or a gunny
sack full It will bo bocauso Uioy aro
Frank Klrby, ot tho Maxwou doc
tlon, who was arrested on Uio chargo
of failiuxo to roglstor, lias been ro
leased on a $1,000 bond furnished by
Mlko McCullough. Klrby claims to bo
thlrty-threo yoara of ago, and no is
released undor bonds until ho can
furnish ovldouco that ho is of Uiat
Thoso who havo not subscribed for
Liborty bonds can contrlbuto to Uio
buccsb of Uio war by making donations
to tho Rod Cross Chapter, Uio county
Donfonno Council and Uio Y. M. u
A. war fund. Theso nro all worthy
objects and should rocolvo Uio support
of ovory adust in Lincoln county
Tho cut stono for Uio now dopot
has arrived, tho foreman of tho stono
layors and tho foreman or tno brtcK-
layers aro oxpoctoa to arnvo sunua,
and Mr. CrutcliBlngor, tho construlc
tlon suborlntondont assures us that
work on Uio building will now proceed
James Vanoy plead guilty and was
fined S16.55 In Uio county court Tuos
dav aftornoon for taking flvo bushels
ot wheat from Uio Lloyd Powors place
and soiling samo to Leypoldt and P.on
ninuton. In addition to tho fino ho robs
obllcod to mako rcaUtutlon for tJio
Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Horshoy, of
IOmsos Cltv. arrived last ovoning to
vlBlt Mr. and Mrs. W II . McDonald
and othor frlonds. Mr. and Mrs. Hor-
shoy havo Just returned from Florida
where Uioy spent tno wmtor.
Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts
BEGINS FRIDAY, JUNE 15,
Continuing Throughout June
WOOL SUITS HALF PRICE AND LESS
WVhavo divided tho balance of our stock of Wool Suits into 3 lots as follows:
All Wool Suits formerly sold
up to $20.00, now
LOT 2 All Wool Suits in the
newest spring styles, and for
merly priced up to $27.50,
LOT 3 Our highest grade
Suits, the cream of the stock,
values up to $45.00, now
Entire stock of New Spring Coats reduced in price from One-Fifth to Qne-Third.
Your choice of any Wool, Silk or Jersey. Coat in the store, values up to $40; at
$4.98, $6.98, $9.98, $H.98, $14.98 and $19.48
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200 Wool Skirts and Silk Dresses at
ONE-FIFTH OFF THE REGULAR PRICE.
Children's Coats, Choice of the Entire Stock '
LESS 28 PER CENT DISCOUNT
Just Received Another big shipment of New Summer Sport Suits and Dresses,
all made up to the minute in style and at the lowest prices in the city.
Hundreds of New Wash Skirts in Plain White Materials and Sport Stripes on sale
you will ad
Ladies" Outfitting Store
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
in Coat Style
A baby eirl was born tho first of
this wtiok to Mi, and Mrs. J. D.
Balcor of Baggs, Wyo., at tho homo of
tho lattor b parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
SmiUi Iwfest of town. Mrs. Bakor was
formerly: iMisa BorUia SmlUi.
Jolnt memorial services will bo hold
uy 'ino uegreo ot Honor ana a. u. u.
V. at tho K. P. hall Sunday. At 2:30
all members aro asked to iroet at the
hall and aftt).1 slisrfc cxorclss MM
ptoceod to tho cemtory to decorate
graves of deceased members.
Telephone rates aro usually
lower In small towns than In
In large towns It costs
moro to furnish telephone
servlco than In smaller com
munities. Tho switchboard and other
central ofllco apparatus ne
cessary In a largo town to
connect tho greater number
of subscribers costs much
moro per" telcphono than tho
equipment used In a smaller
Tho distance each sub
scriber lives from tho central
olllco Is greater as the town
Is larger, necessitating moro
wlro per telcphono.
Also, cxpcuslvo under
ground construction Is gener
ally required In larger towns,
thus Increasing tho cost of
operating tho plant
N OT ICE!
Hill Bros, & Costello have entered into a con
tract with the following merchants of North Platte,
to handle all their Deliveries
BEGINNING JUNE 18tb.
TRAMP & SONS.
RUSH MERCANTILE CO.
J. L. LOUDEN.
BRODBECK & SON.
"I. C. STEBBINS.
Wagons will leave the stores at the follow
All orders must reach the store 15 minutes be
fore delivery time. Please report all inquiries or
complaints to the office of the manager-
Phone 171 Hill's Way Delivery.
ERNEST M. HILL, Manager.
Lumber & Coal Co.
All Kinds Building Material
Phone 20 1 Block East Freight House
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