Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1918)
NORTH PLATTE, NEB., MAY 3, 191$.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS.
Al Blanktfnburg went to Kearnoy
this inorliing to transact business dur
ing tUo day. '
Dr. llrook, Dontist, ovor Stone Drug
Storo. tf '
Cody Boal Is oxpocted homa today to
visit his daughter who arrived Tues
Buy your Spring or Summer Coat
nt THE LEADER MERC. CO. Tho
most classy. Coats In. town at prices
that save you money.
O. H. Thoelecke Is transacting busl
noss in Kearney today, having gono
down this morning.
For Salo A roglstoted Whlto Faco
Bull. T. S. McCrono, phono 790F4. 3G
RED CROSS WORK
ROOM IX FOURTH WARD.
Called together through efforts ot
Miss Emma li. Smith for tho purpose
of considering tho proposition of open-
Geno Crook has moved his offico lng a Red CrosB work room in tho
from tho Keith theatro to tho room I school building in tho Fourth ward, a
wost ot tho Vlonna Cafo.
Silk Kimonas and Neglige havo
thd arrival of the
CHANDLER DISPATCH CAR
the new 4 passenger Touring Car.
you want STYLE,
largo numbof of "enthusiastic ladles of
that ward met Tuesday nftornoon.
Tho ladles wore addressed by Mrs.
you softn them. E. T. TRAMP & SONS. Dent nnd Mrs. Rincker who explained
Will Yost has boon selected as dop- "V? rJ "''JX
utv countv clerk to succoeed Will ' wiu havo cliarg of tho rooms nnd has
? ! L fT ,I Z ncd ns hor assistants Mrs. Dugan.
nfl lJ x i- HushoBund Mrs. Tobas, with,
left last night for Fort Logan. nMmr --.fnnin vnf in nm ',
Tho work rooms commoncing noxt
week will bo open on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday afternoon of each
Tho Fourth ward ladles nro vory
enthusiastic In Red Cross work and
wo aro confident will niako a splondid
ROYS TO l'ORT LOG AX ,
OIVKX ROUSINO 1'AREWELIa
LOCAIi AND PEKS
Thlrteon Lincoln county boys who
loft for Ft. Logan on tho apodal train
nt 12:15 last night woro ' given n
rousing reception nt th Franklin
auditorium last ovonlng at eight o'clock
over ono thousand being present.
Prior to tho mooting tho Homo Guards
marchors, headed by part of tho newly
organized cavalry division and by he Dr0HSO8 nt THB LHADRU MERC,
Engineer Qoo. Winkowltch foturnod
Wednesday from Exddsior Springs
whore ho had boon staying for sovorftl
mouths. Ho will remain lioro for n
couple of weeks and thon return to ho
Springs. Ho Is Improving, but rather
Tho most wondorful bargains iln
womon's nnd Misses Tailored Right
band and drum corps, formed In line
at tho court houso, proceeded north-on
Mrs. M. II. Douglas loft Saturday
April 20th, Roy A. Fooloy, of Grnnlto.
Cnnyon, Wyo., and Corra E. Shultz, of
1 Cluvolnnd, Tenn., Judge Woodhurst
April 30th, David Wcsterllne. of
I fWnrtnti nn1 T?nenrtn TVTntrlmn rl rV
Sumner, married by Judge WoodhursL
John W. Sjogren, of Chnppoll, and
Flora Anderson of Sutherland wero
granted a legal permit to , wed Wednesday.
Dowoy to Front, wost to Locust, south i for Clovoland, Ohio, -whoro Bho -will
aiiunu lira convention 01 tno inmas
auxiliary to tho B. ot L. E. Mrs. Doug
las Is a doputy organlzor and district
Inspector of tho auxiliary nnd will rn
rosont ns dolognto sovoral divisions
In hor jurisdiction.
Harry Dixon, county chairman of tho
second drlvo for Red Cross funds
which will begin Mny 20th, has or
ganized tho county by tho appointment
of cpmmlttocs In each prticinct. and
hopes to wind up the campaign If nog.
slblo within n wook. Tho quota for
Lincoln county Is soventcon thousand
dollars, or nlout ninety conta poV
capita. This amount should bo easily
You tetter drop, in and look this car over.
Prices still unchanged, order at once if such
a car would please you and get price pro
tection. If there is any particular feature of riding or
driving in a good motor car, which you like, it might
be well to try a demonstration in a Chandler, because
it is built to satisfy the craving of real .motorists for
'Service'- Our awMERs'
Protcslnnt Eplscopnl Services.
May 5th, 1918.
Fifth Sunday after Easter. 9:45 a.
i m. Sunday School, 11 a. m. Conflrmn
j tlon and lloljr Communion, 7 p. m.
I ovening prayor and address. St. Paul's
Chapel North Side Sunday school, 3
Rev. J. J. Bowkor will preach at tho
' morning sorvlcc. Bishop Beochor will
administer the rito of confirmation nt
tho same sorvlCo.
Every ono welcome.
Rctv. Arthur Dittos Jonos, Rector.
First Lutheran Church.
Morning worslilp at 8:30 o'clock It
bnlng tho third anniversary of tho
pastor's ordination, tho message will
be "Putting Stars into God's Sorvico
.Flag." Evening worship 8:15 o'clock,
! subject, "Saul's Night with tho Witch
I of Endor." Sunday school 12:30. All
i services at tho Episcopal church.
Strangers nnd friends welcome.
Rev. C. Franklin Koch, Pastor.
1 In our Millinery department wo arc
i selling the season's best Hats at a
I saving to you of from $1 to $5 at THE
' LEADER MERC. CO.
"Deck Wood, a former, .resident, of
V. Tll.lll.. -- 1 . .
1'vivriti riuiiB, now lucuiuu at urocKer,
Mo , arrived yesterday to look after
his real estate intorests. Ho is well
. . 1 JA 111. l I ..
I iiiuuhbu wiiu ius now location.
We nro now making our annual
clean up on Ladles Suits and Coats,
do not fall to lnvostignto; with thoso
war times and high prices It is a renl
saving. E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
estorday morning a special train
of seventeen cars of troons from tho
Coast passed east nnd in tho ovonlng
a second train wont throught.
Rompers for littlo ones In sizes on'e
to six years on salo at G5c. 75c. nnd
hoc ni inm uiuAumu jmjjjKU. CO.
to Sixth and thenco cast to tho audi
torium. Tho streets woro llnod with
Tho soldier boys wore seated on tho
stago and tho oxorcisos oponcd with
selections iby tho band, followod by
community singing under tho leader
ship of Supt. Tout. Thon followod a
piano solo by Miss Emma Boguo,
reading by Mrs. Tlloy, a solcctlon by
maio qunrtotto composed of Messrs.
Lelnlngor. Covoll, Bostwlck and Ells
worth, readings by Miss Irma Huffman,
ouphonium solos by Arthur Trnmp nnd
Bplondld patriotic address by J. T.
IOciOfo. Tho readings and musical num
bers wore loudly applauded by tho
enthusiastic nudlenco, and each per
former was rocallcd. '
A rising voto of thanks was -given
Commrndo John Brntt by Guards for
his domntion of $100 to tho Guards.
Cnptain Shilling, in an nddross to
the Guards enlist! tho servlco of his
men In tho campaign for raising funds rri,r ,.r ,i,ii, afru.
rXn . m r, v, .x . Tu org cavoted and ho kopt on bidding
following this T. C. Pnttorson. in bo- ,lt,Hi h, i.i.ia nni,,i nnn i,,ii.nN
half of tho Sammy Girls, presented tho dollars, whon ho concluded thnt his
donarting hoys with sweaters and com- "niio" WaH too low to co hicher. Thfi
leow fltmllv Rnlfl for S2.RGO-. Mr. Stj-oll. Forolgn?" Thorid Will bo Borvlcos nt 8
Tim m,i ivfn;,.. :i.J'rri, 1 berg owns n hnlf sister of this cow, artd I P- m- Sunday school 10 a. m Lolgh
TllO Old Mail" Of Tho TrlbUllO. WhO,i. i ..n,i. i.. ... i. i, IPnrrnll Runt finml in n a r Minn Mn
In his oaruor days UioitsUt hii could u ui Hj i1(lWA iJiA hfnv nrtntiiaf mm niifnvi. riinantrnv
sing, and mndo many attempts, wants , ssli500, " I You nro Invltod to worship with us.
to iporsonallv compllmoht tho Lelnlngor
rtjelo nunrtotbEi on their work at tlio ; 'it",-U-5"K,"-tMttKtKJ-t"it"-M
ljwt'ng last night. Tho voices hnr-'i.t
monlzo. the expression is good and,$
tjliolr selections appropriate Thls:;t
quartotto has givon Its sorvico nt"aS
number of patriotic meetings hold In j
different parts of tho county. I s:
'All Ladles Suits and Coats on sale, i ft
Ej T. TRAMP & SONS. I
At the Red Cross theatro tonight a M
splendid flvo-reel featurv?i nnd a comedy j
will lie iiresmited. and the Lnlnlmrnr ! St
malo quartette will rondor sovoral ,
sotEiciions. i no selections ny mis -r:
quartetCa will bo woll worth tho price IS
n Jmlnntn A ilinlnnlnn .1 1 Pi I .
ui tiuiuisotuii. viuiiinoiuii lull llllll llliwil
They Look Right
and Are Right
"UP TO THE MINUTE IN
STYLE AND MADE TO
GIVE HONEST SERVICE".
That is the standard by which all our shoes arc made and the guarantee that goes with
every pair we sell. '
The New Spring and Summer styles in high and low shoes have just come in and we call
your attention especially to these four numbers.
Dark Russia Lace, narrow English
Toe. The very latest
New light shades of Tan, Lace,
English last. A real Hit -
Black Calf Lace, narrow
Toe, Broad Heel
Dark Tan Oxfords, Plain Vamp,
New Custom Toe
We have others from $3.50 to $7.50.
oney on shoes.
llOMi: GUARDS TO BOOST
1 ARMENIAN KEL1KF DltiVK.
Now Is your opportunity to socuro a
Suit nt a real bargain. E. T. TRAMP
Frank Strollborg, of Blrdwood Bid
ing, returned yestorday from South
Omaha whona ho wont to nttond a Btilb
ot thoroughbred Shorthorn cattle
Ono of tho objects In organizing tho
Homo Guards was to havo a Big body
of men to back any wnr moastiro drlvo
presented to tho public. It Was bfillov
od that H00 enthusiastic men, each
willing to do his "bit" could accom
plish results much mora quickly nnd
moro thoroughly than could an equal
number of mon working as individuals,
A proposition to call tho Guards into
this clnss of sorvico was announced by
Cnptnln Shilling laat ovonlng. Cnptnid
Shilling is chairman ot tho commltteo
appointed to rnlso funds to aid tho
starving and perishing ArmonianB and
Syrians. Ho nnnounded his Intention
of dividing tho city Into districts ot
two blocks onch, and appoint Guards
to solicit In each district. In this
mnnnor tho campaign can bo com
plotod in ono or two ovonlngs, without
any loss of tlmo to tho solicitors.
Now lot iho Guards go tb It. Tho
good BOldlor ohoys tho oomnlnnd of" his
offlc'ftr, and If wo nro 100 por cent loyal
and ovory Guard Is supposed to bo
wo nro good aoldlors. Tho causo
which Captain Shilling asks us as
Guards to Interest oursolves In Is n
most worthy ono. tho anguished call
of a stricken, starving, dying people
to whom o.ur MmrtB and our dollars
should go out without hesitation.
Let us bo up nnd doing.
FIrHt rrcsbylerlnn Church.
Tho ladies of tho church will prcsont
to tho congregation a largo Hag at
tho 11 o'clock hour and J. II. Curry,
D. D.. will respond with n patriotic
sormon, "Shall Wo bo American or
"REACHING FOR THE MOON
Keith, Monday and; Tuesday, May 6-7. ,
Adults 18c plus 2c war tax, 20c, Balcony 13c plu3 2c war tax,
15c. Children 0c plus Xc war tax, 10c.
You may work in Overalls, but when you're through with
your daily duties, you want to wear clothes that show your
efficiency and good taste.
Because you do not give your "best
clothes" hard service, they naturally must
be practical styles and colors that will not
be "out of date" soon.
We are sure you'll like these "Collegian"
suits sensibly styled, attractive, yet service
able colors, aud quality that assures big
value at moderate prices.
Prices from $16.50 to $35.00
Other makes$12.50 to $25.00
Here's ati Interesting Story
Of how well we cater to men and their clothing
needs. Read it over-two or three times, and then come
in and make us prove what we say about serving best
dressed men with high quality clothes at lowest consist-
Harcourt Clothing Co.
Powered by Open ONI