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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1919)
.' LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Effie Christ wdnt to Stnpleton
Saturday to visit her 'sister.
! ' Miss Cecelia Hilgert spent Sunday
in Kimball with her paronts.
Mrs. Hattlo Hlrstcad, of Paxton, Vis
ited friends In town yesterday.
Mrs. S. M.. Solictor loft last wook for
a visit with relative's In Missouri.
D. Hhecdy Is prepared to do all
.kinds of garden work. Phone Red 589.
Georgette cropo waists In all shades,
'prices ranging from $(5 to $10.50. E.
snip & Sons
1 1 '" r 1
Miss Violet Nation, of Wallace, was
visiting friends In town yesterday.
Mrs. Albort Kopf returned F.-iday
from a visit with friends In Lincoln.
Miss Thorosa Tlgho .has accepted n
position with the Fidelity Ilosorvc Co.
Have you soon tlie Jersey bloomers
indies? E. T. Tramp & Sons.
Mr. and Mrs. ,Boii Borden, of Chap
poll, visited friends' In town Sunday.
Mrs. O. W. Sprigg, of Kansas City;
is visiting her sister, Miss Julia Nolan.
Now Is your opportunity to save
many dolnrs on a suit or coat. E. T.
Tramp & Sons-
Miss Dorothy Hlnmari returned qs
torday morning from a visit In Oma
ha. Miss Syble Wilson, of dothoriburg,
spent Saturday In town visiting with
For SaleGood Enough sulky plow
with breaking ntta1m.rnts. J..G. J.cs
ter, Phone 797F3.
J .C. Hollman returned ..Saturdny
ifrom a business trip to Omaha and
White Lochorn ecus for Bale, lln-
i cubator lots at $0.00 per 100. Inquire
i at HodKors' harness shop. 24-C
Misses Cora, Helen and Ethel SouSor
spent Sunday in Clarks- with, tholi
brother. Mrs. Elmer Burke and daughtor left
Saturday for a visit with relatives in
For Salo or Trades A rsglstered
Perchoron stallion. Louis Rofior,
North Platte, Phone 785F3. 23-4
Leo Tlgho arrived from Lincoln
Saturday to spend Easter with the
Wanted Middle aged woman, or
man and wife without children to
work on ranch. Phone 782F12. 24-5
Mrs. John Plelstlcker and daughtor,
of Wallace, are visiting at the F. C.
Regina Nolan arrived from Lincoln
yesterday for n short visit with the
Beginning Thursday, April 24th, wo
will give a 20 discount on all suits
and coats. E. T. Tramp & Sons.
William Growlfck and Edward Clay
ton of Schuyler, spent the weok end In
town visiting friends.
A few desirable second-linnd Fords
nt tlio right prices. Hcndy-Ofjfcr Auto 1
The Knights Templar attended in a
tody Easier services at the Episcopal
church Sunday forenoon.
Henry Hansen, the north sldo stock
man, returned Saturday from a busi
ness trip to Omaha.
For Sale Five room cottage, mod
ern except heat, two blocks from pav
ing. Phone Black 1159. 25-4p
The Willing Workers club met with
Mrs. Frank Kroehler last Wednesday.
The nftornoon was spent In Bowing for
the Belgian relief.
Dr. L. J. Krause, Dontlst, room 3
McDonald Bank building.
"My- star that turned to gold when my r '
- ' ' v ft '"'.t'.? .,
boy laid! down his life to defend his
mother, ad-all mothers My golden star
that my old eyes will always see shining
ia God's sky And al way r when I lift
my face to ask the Heavenly Father for Vjj
strength to bear my burden, I see my
boy's face smiling back to me1 across
"He 'did his duty! And how I prayed
- God that he might ' be strong even
to the end." V . - ' :
Oh Americans, make sure,, by your
self-sacrifice, that rthat boy, and those
other thousands, shall' not haveN died"
in vain Do your duty, too, in an
overwhelming subscription to ;the
Victory Liberty Loan .
Victory ' Liberty Loan Committee
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