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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1919)
of Unusual Beauty
The New Season's
Models are Now
on Display in
Store and Window
SEIIKASKJL MISSIONARY SOCIETY
.MEKTS HERE Mi XT WEEK
HAVE you seen them? The graceful
long tapering vamps and high Louis
heels bri the boots for dress ocassions the
distinctively walking type of boots for shopp
ing and informal occasions with Military
Both the finest types of the shoe crafts
The well-known quality ideals of the
maker, JOHN KELLY, are maintained in
These are styles of unusual attractive
ness' and we cannot recommend them too .
E. T. Tramp & Sons
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Office oyer tht McDonald
Tho forty-third annual mooting of
tho Womon's Missionary Society for
tho Synod ofNobraska will hold their
inootlngs In tho First Presbyterian
church beginning Tuesday, October
2Sth, and continue through Wednesday, teg
tho 29th. There will be from fifty to
BovonJ-y-flve ladios from tho different Sjj
pans ci me suuo in uuuuuunce uuu
lu addition to U1080 hero will bo a
number of speakers from tho Woman's
Missionary Board from ,N'ew York, and
Mr. William Dannor,, secretary of mis
sions tc tho lepers.
Miss Totrle comos with an experi
ence- that few have had as well as a
woman of scholarship and to hear her
will be a rare treat for tho people of
North Platte. Wo nro told that Mrs.
Larimer, of Pittsburgh, will not only
ontertaln her nudionco but will In
struct them along tho lines of missions
that will bo very Interesting. And
then wo will all want to hear Mrs. EM
T. Allen, of-PersIa, who will bring tiB-
greetings from that much tnlkcd oi(
country ai mis ume. men wo uuvo
soniu (11 cm own women from Nebras
ka vln Rio always In tho forefront of
thrf wuK and who have for us mes
sages that will Inspire us.
Tho public Is cordially invited to
attend and especially the ladies from
the missionary societies of the other
cnurches. You will seo by the pro
gram that there will bo many good
things In storo for you. Como and en-
Tho women of tho Presbyterian
church have as their goal this year in
tho New Era Movement more than
two and pno-half million dollars for
To The Voters.
In presenting my name to tho voters
of the 77th district as a candldato for
delegate to tho constitutional conven
tion I present tho following that you
may know who I am. Came to Lin
coln county In 1871. Have resided
continuously In Keith -county since
1878, where- I have owned and operat
ed a farm and ranch. A graduate of
the Nebraska School of Agriculture
and progressive. I believe In a con
stitution fitted to tho needs of a grow
Since Lincoln and Dawson counties
will each have a delegate In tho con
vention, fairness would Indicate that
Keith county should have the float rep
resentative. Your vote will be appreciated.
II. S. LUTE.
. The Store That Shows the Largos! Variety and NewestThing First.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. B. B. Boatman left yesterday
morning for a visit with friends in
Dlxou & Son, Sight Specialists.
Tnni Nnlnn returned Tuesday from
Omaha where ho spent tho week end
Dick Woods, formerly of this city,
has sold his farm at Crocker, Mo., and
moved to Wayland, Mich.
Air Walter Goodman arrived Mon
day from Lincoln for an extended vis
It with her son E. R. Goodman.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Relnsh. of Oma
ha, are spending the week end with
their daughter, Mrs. Jas Nolan.
Wanted Liberty bonds at market
price. Louis Lipshitz.
Mrs. Steve Baldwin returned Tues
day from Portland where she had been
visiting relatives for tho past six
Dixon has a beautiful now assort
ment of platinum and diamond tie pins
$15.00 to $100.00.
Mrs. Nettie Munsill, of Omaha, who
had been visiting her niece Mrs. Ar
thur Allen for a week, went to Far
nam Tuesday to visit relatives.
Homelier tho date, Thursday, Oct.
atOh anil reserve 11 couple of hours on
that evening to help solve North
Platte's problems, which nro renlly
House For Sale Call 308 south
Dr. and Mrs. B. O. Baer reurned
AVednesday to their home In Pleasant
on, Iowa, after a short visit with tho
latter's sisters, Mrs. Bangs and Mrs.
Our aim Is to handle only the high
est grado of diamonds. Dixon, tno
Roy Churchill, of Fremont, spent
Wednesday, and Thursday with his sis
ters, Misses Mablo and May Churchill.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Oleson, of Goth
enburg, visited friends Jn town Tues
day. Stolen Ford car, license number
137652, ongine numbor 2505710. $25.00
reward. Address Gil south Chest
nut street. 80tf
H. Smith landed In
Mrs. Wjlfr'jl btuart. of Lexlneton,
is visiting liei paients, Mr. and Mrs.j82&84.
New numbers in tricolette dresses.! Wedding Licenses 11 ml Weddings
E. T. Tramp & Sons. A license to wed was granted Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. H. Miles, of Paxton,' day to Lllburn Phillips of Hastings
were business visitors In town Wed- nnd Effle Beatty of Brady.
nesday I Ray Gingrich and Hazel Bellstrom,
An open stock of Nippon dinnerware cfwGot,henbur' w!ro mnrr,cd by
r Ill f fern Tvwilliiir'ur TnnoHnv
is carried by Clinton, tho jeweler. "
, ' . . I Llcenso was granted Tuesday to
ur. anu . rs. .u 11. yarv in, 01 u-,Honr.- Rico of this city and Minnie
erianu, visueu wiui menus in town 'White of Gothenburg,
yesterday. I ::o::-
Painting nnd Paper Hanging. H.t Two Greek8 WOro arrested Wcdncs
II. Lnndgraf, Phono Black o,0.. ny on tlie .charge of stuillng fruit
A bo oaby Was born Wednesday at from cars in transit and pleading
tho Twinem hospital to Mr. and Mrs. j guilty before Judge Woodhurst wore
Grimshaw, ot Keystone.
If you are interested in a good me
dium priced coat ask to see our $25.00
plush coats. E. T. Tramp Si Sons.
Lester Neuman returned homo
each fined five dollars and costs
Now arrivals at tho Style Shop. Six
beautiful evening gowns designed by
artists who know.
Now arrivals In the children's do-
Tuesday, after a year's service over-i partment of ready to wear at Tho
.. 1.1. 1 I ' T 1 V 1 ( I f
Huas wiiu me uiigmecring corps. , lA'iiuur .u ercunuie uo.
Rov. Henry Ives, of Sidney, rector Mr. and Mrs. Roy Knox returned
of the Episcopal church in that tovvn 'yesterday to their homo In Sanderson
was a North Platte visitor yesterday. ! Texas, after a two weeks' visit with
For Sale 8 room house, all mod- Mr- nnd Mrs. John Knox. They wero
em except heat, and two lots. Call accompanied on the return trip by
212. 81-4 Mr- and Mrs- John Knox who will
Tho number of uncompleted houses fP0" the winter there in the hope
in North Platte indicates that carpen- wil1 bo a bcnc(lt to Mr- Knox 8
tors and plastorors will be busy the ne!UU1,
greater part of tho winter. j While wo haven't a good way in
The public is invited to attend a'hich to display our morchamlisn.
free lecture on Christian Science at ZlZl I I hVQJho Up,V,lM
the Keith theatre Sunday, Oct. 2Gth, at,minuto styl(!S- R T' Trnmp & Sons'
3 o'clock, new time. 81-2 Judge Lovett, president of tho Har-
MIss Gertrude Goodln, who had been1 fi,na" SUP of a"radI' ecompan.
visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. Pnss,
for tho past three weeks, returned
Wednesday for her home In Lebanon.
For Sale The Doncgan house at 208
south Sycamore Street.. Phono Red
Maurice Fowler, of Grand Island. Is
in town today attempting to secure
cars in which to ship about forty
mules which ho purchased In tho
led by President Calvert and oth
er Union Pacific officials, passed
through on a special train at threo
o'clock Wcdnesdny afternoon. Judge
Lovett is making an inspection of the
Union Pacific system.
For Sale Fivo grado Holstein cows.
H. E. Norton, North Platto, Phono
Mrs. Jessie B. Bacon, of Omaha, for
merly of this city, and her mother
Mrs. Mary Hoylo-Knight, of Gothcn-
bliri left. Wrvlnnsflnv fnr T-Tnirni-atrnvn.
rur cuiu oovou louu uuBU Uu uDt Mdt to aUend the Farm Women's Na
Third street. All modern. Threo I tlonal congress. Mrs. Bacon is presi
blocks from high school. Inquire of ,iont of tho Nnbr-Si, i)rfini, nf ,hls
Isaac Deats, GOO block east Third.
Phono Red 1233. 80tf
Hogs dropped a dollar a hundred In
tho South Omaha market Wednesday,
a loss of eight million dollars to tho
T1 l. TT !.! " ...O..
i uiuufh D buiuiui. iuKa ""Mines. Dixon handles them all.
. . , . m . TT .. , , W. V. Hoagland wont to Omaha last
Wanted at Twinem Hospital Stu-1 niM .,, ,, w, trnnoni. ,iainna
dent nurse rtnd general assistant. Ap-j for BOVoral (lnySi IIo ,g presl(ent of a
company which will mnko morchant-
PIckard china, Libby cut glass, Cor
dova leather and Gorhnm sterling si
ver nro all considered tho standards
nnd the highest quality of tholr varlou
San Francisco Tuesday morning? hav- effect
ing mndo tho round trip of C.402 miles
In tho trans-continental air derby.
Capt. Smith was tho first east bound
ply at Dr. Twlnem's office. 81tf
Boginning next Monday morning tho
banks will open at nine o'clock and
closo at half past three, tho samo
hours as was observed before tho day
light saving act of congross went Into
1)0 YOU DANCE I
For nrlvato lessons in all ballroom
flier to reach tho North Platto control dancing, phono 841 botweon C:15 and
station. i7:l p. m. Gay Iloston, Instructor.
Dr. Hownrd Yost, Dentist, Twlnom! Special prices to clubs, organizations, ganco nnd warmth on tho hnnd. Cull
Duilillng. Phono 307. 77tf'and classes. 81-2, at tho Stylo Shop and ask to seo our
: - mlk lined silk gloves, all sizes and
able sugar from corn, each bushel of
corn producing thirty-six pounds of
sugar. Herotoforo a certain grade of
brown sugar has been mado which
has boon used for sweetening pur
poses. Undor a patented process, Mr,
Hongland's company will produce n
whito sugar equal to that of cane or
At last wo havo found a glovo that
fills tho long folt need, combining 'lo
BLACKLEG GERM FREE AGGRESSIN
25c A DOSE.
One dose immunizes the calf for life. Extra strong
7 dose syringes, needles, etc., for sale. All orders promptly
filled with Iresh vaccine.
DR, W. T. PRITCHARD, Distributor,
North Platte, Neb.
Dixon & Son, Sight Specialists.
Here's an Exceptional Buy.
52G acres 45 acres hay alfalfa, 400
acros In crop, bainnco pasture Fenced
and cross fenced, now buildings cost
ing $10,000.00. School within sixty
rods o: tho housofour miles from a
good town. 200 acres In whont that
gooi with place, $105 per ncro. $5,000
caeh down, $25,125 March first, balance
I term. This price good only ton days
(WW fly I lo ,
mart Fall Suits, $29
Showing distinctive style changes Velonr, Tricotinc, Silvcr
. , tone, Oxford, Serge, Ylania, Beaver, Jersey and Poplin.
OTHER SUITS PRICED AT $46.00 to $95.00.
For present and future wear, Men's Wear Serge, Tricotinc, Tricolette,
Satin, Silk, Taffeta and Georgette, in all the new colors, exclusive de
signing and delightful grace, silhouette new sleeves are featured.
Sizes 16 to 46,
$24.75, $35.00, $39.50
Coats and Coatees
v.! , A wealth of smart styles to choose from, at
$23.75, $35.00, to $150.00
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STYLISH, STOUT SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, WAISTS, SKIRTS.
The wide variety of styles, pleas ng choice for all requirements, the
waists arc made of excellent Georgette in all popular shades.
$4.98, $5.98, $6.98, $7,95 and up.
Children's Coats and Dresses at $4.50 up to $18.75
North Platte's Leading Exclusive Ladies' and Misses' Ready-to-Wear Store.
Seek to Overturn Government
Washlncton. Oct. 20. Whllo mem
bers of tho Bonato labor committee in
vestigating tho steel strike sat fairly
dazed and dumfounded, Jacob Margo-
lis. of Pittsburgh, I. W. W. attorney
and admitted advocato of social revo
lution, today, told them a story of ul
tra-radical activities which ho said un
derlay and wero associated with tho
natlon-wldo strike of steel workers.
Even more remarkable to his hearers
was tho Pittsburgh attorney's deline
ation of a partially successful attempt
covering tho pat two years to fuso at
Pittsburgh, for an unstated, but vague
ly hinted revolutionary puposo, the I.
"W. W1., bolshoviki and Russlnn Indus
trial workers, whoso Imagination, ho
acknowledged had been caught by tho
s'uecoss of Lenlno and Trotzky in Rus
sia. All wero working, ho told thp com
mittee calmly, "to creato a now soci
ety within tho shell of tho old."
R. C. Glnrlck, of Gothonburg, trans
acted business In town Tuosday.
For Salo A single bod, child's bod
and small oil stovo. Phono Black 207
Ralph Smith has returned from
Kearney whero ho wns called by tho
illncs and death of n brother.
Imported Japanese klmonns at tho
Mrs. "W. S. Dolson, who had been
visiting In town for sovornl days, re
turned to Grand Island yoterduy
Tho dnlnty autumn blousos in a now
display at Tho Loador Morcantllo Co.
Two Moxlcnns, charged with break
ing Into a bunk houso at Brady, woro
arrested at Gothonburg Wednesday by
Spoclul Officer Curtis' and brought to
tho Jail in this citv. From tho bunk
houso they took a grip containing
clothing, and wero about to ship tho
grip to Kansas City when nrrostod by
Wintor clothing for tho kiddles at
O. M. SWEDBURC,
20 Years Experience
Pure Bred Live Stock and Farm Auctioneer
Making sales l-egularly for some of the best breeders and
farmers all over the state. Am selling nearly every day in
sale season and will appreciate tho opportunity to make
your sale. For sale dates write me or call at the Union State
Bank, North Platte, and arrange for sale dates and terms.
Mutual Building and Loan
Of North Platte, Nebraska.
RESOURCES OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
The Association has unlimited funds at its command to
assist in the buildfng or purchase of homes for the people of
North Platte. If you are interested, the officers of this
Association will render every assistance and show you how
easy it is to acquire your own home.
T. C. PATTERSON, BESSIE F. SALISBURY,
Sl-2 v LIBERTY LAND CO.
Tno Leador Mercnntllo Co.
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