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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1917)
, ait Clinton's
where you get the scienutic, proiessionai
attention of an expert optometrist, who takes
a personal intdrest in your eye troubles, '
assuring accurately fitted, becoming glasses)
. We carr replace any broken lens. Bring the
piece with you, or if the lens was secured
here, phone us, as we have the measurements
on file, and the new lens will be ready
when you bring in the frames.
At tlio Sign of the Big Itlng.
Hodgson's Shoffs Arrive.
"'Hodgson's 1iowb which' Will be?' one
of tho amusement features nt tho fair
grounds this weok, arrived yesterday;
and tho sevoral tonta -wore placed In
position In Uio afternoon". ,
Those shows played at th6 Kearney'
fair and somo df oiiV, people wlio-.'nt-l
tondod pr6nounced(htlieni)'Vory gqbfl. !
; ::$:: , . j
, .i JOl) Acres) of Wheat . f
itjoven ihr-ndred acros of whoafWIllI
ho sown on "the Smith land south of
town this fall. About 150 acres has
so rar been sown ana uio worn 19
progrosslnWrapIdly. This Hand was
broken ont mirlnr tho summer. With
a favdrotilo poason next year this tract
wui furnish, "somo" wheat.
Methodist Aid Klccfs Officers.
' The Methodist aid society hold tholr
regular meeting In tho churoch par-
lars last Thursday aftornoon. -Tho re
ports wore made by tho offlcora, thus
closing a vory successful and profit
able year- Tthls bolng the annual
olcctlon, tho following officers wero
ro-electod for tho ensuing year: Pres
ident, Mrs, M. B. Scott: .vice-presi
dent. Mrs. B. 8. Davis: secretary, Mrs
li. B. Boatman; treasurer, Mrs. Ray
Langford. Tea and sandwiches were
served at tho q'oso of tho meeting.
OAS TAR is good for dipping fence
posts, palntinc chicken houses for Urn
or painting anything to provont de
cay, lenccs. Darns, silos,, etc. Ten
cents per finllon Wo clmrgo for the
barrel. North Tlatto Light &-Power
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Office over tha McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Elizabeth Hlnman Is visiting
friends in Lincoln ' and Omaha this
' Ono dollar will help to glvo some
solder happiness if you loavo it at
tho Library tor tho war Library Fund.
On und. Ator October First
SHOES AIIE CASH
JUcnor & F.elHhniun.
Regular meeting of Slgnot chaptor
Q. B. S., Thursday ovoulng at olght
mock. O. B. a. memorial scrvico win
''J. A. McMIchaol ,'.oft yostorday to In
apect .buildings at Bayard and Tor-
rlngton which tho firm of McMIchaol
'Uf. and Mrs. J. II. Posoy, formerly
of this' city, who have booh rosldlng
In Sj5kano for sovoral months, aro
now located at Scattlo, Wash. '
Thoodoro Sandall, of Choyenho, for
morly of this city, camo down tho lat
ter part of last wook to tako Uio phys
ical, examination for drafted nion.
Manychlckon huntora wero out In
tho Holds' Sunday, but tholr success
was,, limited. Tho birds this year are
scarcor, than thoy havo been for sovor
Rex Oilman of Brady who was
struck by lightning Monday of, last
wook und badly burnoU is rccovorlng,
Almoot lls ontlro body Is swathed In
Mr. and Mrs; D. W. Mocombor of
tho nortii sido' loft Friday for Cherry
county to attond a reunion or Mrs. Me
combor's family. Thoy oxpoct to ro
' 'Special ' tllscohntf on blankets. aM
nils'1 week; Now Is your opportunity.
tobuy your wintor supply.
. B. T. TRAMP & SONS.
Mrs. J. J. Allen, of Farnam, spent
tho week end visiting her son Arthur
Miss Ellon McCarthy will loavo nort
month for Florida to visit her brother
for sovoral wooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanlon, who wero
visiting In Omaha with their daughtor,
havo returned homo.
Wo inivo wraIdbo buyers und rout
ers for notifies. What Have youl
IUIATT, GOODMAN & UUCKLET.
Mr, and Mrs.Charlos Edwards ox
peat .to tako possession of their now
homo on west Fifth Btreot about Octob
Mr. und Mrs. IL E. Wolsllog, of Kan.
sas City, woro guests of Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Allen last week and loft Sun
Thirteen of tho drafted men who
woro examined, the latter Dart of lost
weok wero oxempled on account of
Tho Lutheran aid society -Will have
a business meeting Wodnosday even
ing nt 7:4G at tho parish housd. All
tho mombors aro urged to bo prosont.
Miss Oeoglna McKay roslgnod as re
porter for thoDaily Tolograph Satur
day evening and has accented a post
tlon as bookkeopor In tho Hondy-
FOR SALE Flvo room houso, mod
orn oxcopt heat; located at 214 south
Ash. Phono Red 388. 727
About fifty drafted men of Scotts
Bluff and Morrill counties camo down
on a special branch train Sunday morn
ing, woro given breakfast horo and
sent oast on train No. G.
For Salo Cheap An olootric startor
for a Ford. Good as now. Address
box G08, North Platte, Nob.
L. Walker arrived tho fatter
part of last vf,oot to visit Ids family
for n few days. -On Uio road for an
olectrical sign company ho has boon
travollng in Colorado for several
Mr. and Mrs, Josso Ydung, of Buf
falo, JYyo., arrived tho latter part of
jast weok to visit friends in town and
at Wottlloot. Thoy woro rosldonts of
Mcdiclno, precinct for & number of
yoars prior to 1805.
Wonted- Oirl fbr gonoral house
work. Mrs. J. S. SimmB, Phono 39.
Report of tho condition of the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at North Platte, in the -State of Nobras-
he'r 1l 1 jgj01086 ot ,)Ueln8icn, Septeip-
Loans ana dis
counts ...... .J699,379. 00
Notes ,nnd bills
.redlscounted . .
(bco Item G3n1 t.1fi.f,70.44 XRR2.7no.nA
UVBIUIUUS UIIHO- i
V. H. boniln (other limn
I.llirrtr Iliunlu r ltTi,
U. S. bonds do-
posited to se
(nar value)... Sion.oflo.nn
U.iS. bonda nnd
certificates , of
Indebte d,n ohb
pledged to' se
cure U. B. de
posits (par val-
uo) . .
Total U. S. bonds
iChas. Boodor, chairman of tho local llon..n nronftrtv on wnst stnP.m. B(r(it
board of tho B. of L. F. and K, wont to hls fathor or tho proporty Jn tho
toOmaha thb attor par of last wook 1100 l:-ock on WCflt FlfUl IIo ,ls put.
W-ntend a mooting of the chairmen of, tlnc ,n i10atimr plant in tho nowlv
acquired hotano and making othor lm
Bishop and Mrs. Boochcr drovo up
from Hastings In their car Saturday
and in tho aftornoon tho Bishop and
'Archdeacon Bowkor drovo to Cherry
county to open an Episcopal church,
tho U. P. system.
Perhaps your boy hasn't had to go
to war but a lot of othors have had to
go, Help to mako llfo happier for them
by loavliiR a doUlar at tho Public Li
brary for tho War Library Fund.
Mrs. J. B. Soymour, df Minnesota,
arrived hero- last week to mako horl Mrs. Boochor visiting friends whllo
i . . . a...k.n..M A. .. i.An a... I.i
iiuuiu. iui . aujiuuiu nun uuuii vui-, iiiuy wuro kuiiv,
p!oyed ns salosman by tho Davis Auto
'Co. for sovoral monUis past". Thoy
will rosldo at 414 wost Third street.
P. W. 0)c3on, living southwest of
town roturncd tho latter part of last
wook from on auto trip to Pino Bluffs.
Ho "wont thoro to investigate farming
conditions but roturns with tho ho
llof that Lincoln county is bottor'than
During tho thundor storm in tho
Brady section last wook B. Wlghtman
had five head of cottlo klllod by light
ning; Col. Boatty and Illld Bros, lost
a"cdw cucha cow ouch. Tho houso of
a jujlch cow oach. Tho houso of chandlso.
Bros, was struck but nolthor burnod 1
Among Tho Trlbuno callQrs Satur
day woro Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Foascl,
who catno horo a month ngp to llvo on
tho formor Stroltz 1440-acro tract
north of town which thoy purchased In
August Thoy camo horo from Kan
sas, but had until lately lived on a
Every fall wo glvo our customers Uio
advantage of a tpoc,lal discount,, salo
on IVankots, both tho cotton and -wool.
This special salo will bo for this wook
only. If you nood anything in this
lino It will pay you to Invoatlgato oar
prices. Wo curry only first clasir mor-
E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
The Federal Re&ferve
System Helps You
It wn?.. created pnninrilyi ' -.I'oilielp
the businessmen Qnd'fiirmera;
To provido plenty of currency ntnll times;
To effect a steadier supply of credit.
The system merits the support of all good
citizens; it must have yours in order to reach its
You can secure tjie benefits of this great system
and nt the same time assist directlyundavelbping
it by depositing your money with us. '
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
North Platte, Nebraska.
II o II II h , uii- .
IIoiiiIk, McciirlllcH, ctc.l
Uonds other than
JJ. 8. bonds
pledged to se
cure postal sav
than U.S.' bonds
stocks) ,,own- '
od unpledged. 31,733:18
Total bonds, se
curities,' otc. . .
Stock of Feder
Unhk (CO per .
cent of sub
Value of . bank
ing house ... 60,000.00
Cnulty In bank
Heal estate own
od othor than
Cash In vault
duo from na
Not lunountH duo
from banks and ,
les other thnn
, Items 13. 14
Othor checks on'
banks In ; tlia
same city or
town as report
ing bunk (oth
er than Item .
Itudemptlon fund '
with U. S.
duo from U. S.
t '101, 1SV91
Surplus fund . ,'
Loss current ex
nnd taxes paid
outstanding . ,
Not nmount duo
to banks and
In 28 or 29)...
its subject to re
Certificates of '
deposit due In
less than 30
thnn for nion
outstanding . .
Bubject to r
after ao ifty,.
or Hitbjoct tp,3p
' days or inonv
thnn for mon
ey borrowod . .
Other time de
lUnitud States de-
v posits (other
of IT. S.' dis
r- -y i t
The Hobar,tJ1.,Cable is ojtie of the very few Fiaiips
made that we could unequivocally
Endorse and Recommend
We have selected this pi
ano to offer to our friends be
cause WE BELIEVE IN IT
we know that it is absolutely
RELIABLE AND DEPENDA
BLE. . '
Over 50,000 American
homes qontain a piano of ' this
The greatest institutions of
learning in the country have
chosen it on account of its
well known RELIABILITY.
' ;' v.
Don"t think of buying until you have heard the wonderfully sweet tone of the
HOBART M. CABLE. A comparison point for point with other makes; will t.carry tO)
you a conviction oi its SUPERIORITY. - .
The purchase of a piano represents the investment of money. Would you buy a mort
gage upon a property worth less than the amount of the mortgage.''
Would you buy a shoddy suit of clothes and expect to receive the same degree of sat
isfaction which your well dressed neighbor received from his purchase of good garments?
The DEPENDABLEngs arq, those which last.. Give as an opportunity of dem'onstra- .
ting to you the rare qualities of the Hobart M. Cable Piano or Player Piano. TERMS OF
PURCHASE can be arranged to your satisfaction.
Introductory Sale now going on.
ELIZABETH BONNER CRAMER, Dealer
703 W. Fourth St. North Platte. Phone Blk 498
LOCAL AND PEB50NAL
! ' ' '
Total - 1,040,4C0.SG
Liabilities for rediscounts,
including those with Fed
eral Heservo Dank (see
Item Id) .'
Total contingent liabilities 36.670.44
titato of Nobrnskn, County of Lincoln bs.
I, 1 I.. Moonoy, Cashier of tho above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
P. Ii. MOONBY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 17th dny of September. 1917.
WESM3Y T. WILCOX, Notary Tubllc,
Correct Attest: V
k. p. 8EEni3naBn.
Mrs. Georgo McKay and sons visit
ed frlonds In Sutherland Sunday.
Mrs. James Kennedy will entertain
lho Et-a-Vlrp club tomorrow after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rector loft
Sunday morning for Sutherland to vis
Mr. and Mrs. Art Yartor, of Brady,
ifro among tho out of town visitors
horo this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wostonioft
Sunday morning for Ogalalla to ,vlalt
relatives for a tow-days. , 'fix
Mrs. Roy Barnard returned yostor
day morning from a short visit In
Kearney with rcCatlvos.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles McGjulro loft
yesterday morning for Sholton to vis
it their daughter for a ctouplo of
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Haggortoy aro
.rocolvlng congrAttilatlcmB over tho ar
rival j)t a babyjboy7fftttholr homo Sun
day afternoon. 'v '
Judge H. M. Grimes went to Grand
Island Friday evening.
Mrs. Elmer HcCgerson has accepted
a position In tho Golden Rule Storo.
Dr. A. J. Ames, of Potter, who vis
ited horo lost weok, loft Sunday
W. T. Green loft yesterday morn
ing for Bayard to spend & week on
J. B. Pief.sticker, of Dickons, is' vis
iting with his brother F. C. Piolstick
or and attending tho fair.
Our display window will show somo
of tho many beautful blankets now on
E. T. .TRAMP & SONS.
W. R. Malonoy will leave Wednes
day ovenlng for Omaha to meet with
tho stato board of health, having ro
conlily boon selected as secretary of
tho stato embalmors.
Friends in town have received cards
announcing tho birth of a daughter to
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gavor, at Grand Is
land, former rosldonts of this city.
Mrs. Gaver was Miss Pforcla Jesson.
Nebraska's sharo of the next Liberty
loan, which wIW bo floated next month
is twenty-seven mlillion dollars. Tho
opinion seems to bo that subscriptions
of this amount can easily bo sectured.
A systematic canvass of tho farmers
will be mado with tho expectation that
thoy wild respond moro liborally than
thoy did toward tho first loan.
To Juanita Freed, non-rosidont de
fondant:, Y6u aro horeby notified that
on tho 16th day of Juno, 1917, Gus
Freed filed a 'petition against you In
tho District Cotort of Lincotn County,
Nebraska, the object and prayor of
which aro to obtain a divorco. from you
on tho ground that you havo wilfully
abandoned Uio plaintiff without good
cause, for tho term of moro than two
yoars last past1 and for tho custody of
tho minor child, tho issue of said mar
rlago, to-wit: Paulino Freed age 12
years. You aro required to answer
said petition on or before Monday, No
vombor 5th, 1917.
By GEO. N. GIBBS,
73-4 W His Attorney
4 j ,
Quality that Means. Long Service
radiates from every garment in our stock of young women's coats and suits an assortment
equally free from freakishness and commonplaceness but emphatically
correct in styles
' opulent in variety
self-evident in quality
- ' ( distinguished in values
and affording the purchaserevery assurance of being as well dressed as tho she were living
in Iew York, Philadelphia,Cleveland or Chicago.
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE.
HAY C. LANGFOnb.
JOHN J. HALL1QAN,
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