The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, November 18, 1919, Image 1

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    ixftleelsln tribune.
No. 89
(The lorth
In Friday's issuo a four-lino local
announced tho salo of tho Mrs. Sarah
Hangs property In tho 200 block on
west Fifth street to T. F. Healey. At
ihvs tlmo tho Item was written It was
known that tho purchase had been
wade by Mr. Healey for tho Nobraska
Telephone Comipany, but at that par
ticular tlmo tho matter was not
"rlpo" Tor publication. The telephone
company purchases tho lot for tho
purpose of building a "homo" for Its
local plant, and beforo tho end of
j., 1920 It is hoped to have a building
ompieteu mat win liavo cost the com
pany not less than $40,000.
It was known for somo tlmo that tho
ompany desired a building site, and
an offer of $9,000 was mado for tho
Redflold corner at Fifth and Vine,
but tho Doctor asked $12,500. Mrs.
Oarlson was approached, but she de
ollncd to sot a price, and Charley
Hendy, who owns tho former Long
loy protporty, was also asked to name
price. Tho site purchased, however,
is Just as satisfactory to tho company
as either of tho properties named. Tho
building to bo erected "by. tho com
pany will cover the entire lot, will bo
two stories, with brlclc as tho con
traction material. It will bo built
with a view of permanency, and there
fore well constructed.
Tho cost of this building will bo less
than one-half tho sum tho company
will invest in tho North Platte plant,
tor an entire now system of switch
boards and appurtenances will be in
stalled in tho now building. Tho total
expenditure as proposed will reach
about one hundred thousand dollars.
It is the policy of tho Nebraska Tel
"Vphonu Co. to own its. own "homo" in
11 the larger cities, and that it has
decided to make this investment in
North Platto is evidence of tho bollef
of tho officials In the futuro growth of
Hio city.
Do you need a new skirt? A big
shipment just arrived at E. T. Tramp
fc Sons'.
Dixon & Son, Sight Specialists.
Mrs. C. J. Perkins and daughter,
Mrs. Langlols, returned this morning
from tho cast.
Mrs. J. W. Payne and Mrs. Allison
Wilcox and Jtwo children leave this
week for a visit with relatives In Iown.
For Sale Kitchen cabinet, book case
and chiffonier. Phono 102, 016 west
Fourth street.
Itay Cantlln goes to Omaha tonight
to accompany homo Gordon Lovo, who
has had so Berlous tlmo with one of
his eyes.
Leave your orders early for Thanks
giving turkeys nt Martl's moat market
Our blanket solo still continues nt
prices within tho reach of all. Wools,
wool naps and cotton blankets. This
is a real .saving proposition. U. T.
Tramp & Sons.
Tho Lutheran ladies' aid of tho Third
ward will meet Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. A. B. Cultoti, 1302 west
Third street.
For Rent Modern sleeping room for
gentleman. Call Red C84.
Lieut. B. W. Maynard, winnor of tho
recent transcontinental air race, an
nounces that ho expects to start with
in tho next eight days on his attempt
at a one-stop flight from .coast to coast
Ho hopes to cover 1500 mllos or better
in a single hop with a Temodeled Do
Havlland plane which has been named
tho Greyhound.
Wo can fit you out In any style or
quality in ladles', misses' and child
Ton's underwear, which are absolute
ly guaranteed to fit in ovory respect,
and have all tho modern improvements
that go to make theso garments all
that they should be. Ask for the
Athena brand. E. T. Tramp & Sons.
Christian Sclonco sorvlce Sunday 11
a. in. Wednesday evening meetings
ovory week at 8:00. A cordial invi
tation is extended to all to attend
theso services. Building & Loan build
ing, room 25.
Wo can sell you a slip-on veil at 15c.
B. T. Tramp & Sons.
At a meeting of tho Wolfaro Associ
ation last evening a committee which
j had been appointed jointly by the Wol
faro Board and tho Park Commission
ers mado a report on tho feasibility of
constructing a swimming pool at tho
north side city park. Tho meeting
unanimously recommended that tho
Park Commissioners accept the report
and begin nt once Btich construction
work ns Is possible. A committee con
sisting of D. M. Leypoldt, J. C. Wilson
and F. R. Elliott was appointed to act
In conjunction with the Park Board In
tills work. The pool will bo located at
tho north side of tho city park grove,
will bo about 100x300 feet In area and
the water supply will bo taken from
tho North Platte Irrigation ditch nt a
point several hundred ynrds west of
tho cemetery and carried to tho park
through a lateral. Tho estimated coat
of the lateral and pool Is botweon four
nnd Ave thousand dollars.
Benjamin B. HamptorTprescnts
The photoplay of the novel by
Stewart Edward White . v
A Great Authors' Pictures, Inc., Production.
Roy Stewart
Robert McKim
Wilfred Lucas
Mary Jane Irving
Mildred Manning
Graham Pettie
Frankie Lee
Seven Stars make The Westerners Romance of the Black
Hills. Based on actual occurances. Two day job making
horse go over cliffs in The Westerner.
Three Days, Commencing Tuesday 18th.
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(ynmnsium Exhibition.
The Girls' Gymnasium class will
give an exhibition at tho Franklin
auditorium December 3d at eight
o'clock In the evening. An admission
of 35 cents will bo charged for adults
and 20 cents for children, the pro
ceeds to be applied to purchasing ad
ditional equipment for tho gymnasium.
Tho program for tho evening will bo
published later.
Baptist missionary society meets
Thursday of this week with Mrs. M.'s
tard, 320 south Vine street. Hostesses
Mesdnmcs Case, Noumyer, Kolrlg and
Mustard. Topic, North American In
dian. Leader, Mrs. Hull. Look up ans
wers to question box in October Mis
sions. S. W. V. auxiliary meets Wed
nesday of tills week at 2:30.
REMEMBER, your watch will not
leave ED'S bench (In Frater's Drug
Store) until it Is RIGHT. 87tf
Arthur T. Dodd, manager of the U.
P. dining hall, has been transfered to
Evanston. Ho is succeeded by Mr.
Clingorman, who with his wife, ariv
cd Sunday.
Have you ever worn tho new fash
ioned hose that aro seamloss, fit both
tho foot and the limb nnd absolutely
keep their shape after laundering? E.
T. Tramp & Sons.
Tho married members of tho Travel
and Study Club entertained the un
married members at a theatre party
last evening followed by a two courso
lunch at .tho Jiom'e of Mrs. M. E. Scott.
For Sale Horse, wagon and har
ness. North Platte Light & Co,
All Sammy Girls who have sweat
ers or yarn are requested to return
same at once to either Mrs. John
McGraw or Mrs. A. J. Salisbury.
A new shipment of wearing apparol
ior tne intants. e.i T. Tramp & Sons.
R. L. Graves returned this morning
from Kansas City where ho attended a
meeting of tho selling agents of tho
Sherwin-Williams Paint Co.
See Clinton & Son about your eyes.
The Women's Homo (Missionary so-
cltoy of tho M. E. church will meet
with Mrs. Duvall, 302 south Vine, Fri
day afternoon.
Wo havo a car of fancy box apples
either on the track or at any of our
stores. It will pay you to lay in your
winter supply. Gamble & Springer.
Dixon & Son, Shjht Specialist.
A girl baby was born Sunday to Mr.
nnd Mrs. Chns. Loth.
Mrs. Jamos Hart loft yosterday for
Chicago for a visit with hor sister.
We dollver fresh meat with grocory
orders. Dick Stoggoman, phono 212. tt
Mrs. W. E. Strango, "who has been
taking treatment at the Twlnom ho
pital. returncdstorday to her Jlqra
in i'oxton. (
A platinum tlo pin for him. Dixon.
tho Jewolor.
Tho ladles of tho Prosbytorlan '
church will hold their annual fair andj
supper December 3d. Supper will boj
served cafeteria. i
mi. - t 1 1 , i . . .1
inu liuuieran nuuos oi uio l'trat and
Second wards will meet with Mrs. H.
W. Bird at 221 south Vino street on
Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. C. H. Hooper roturncd Satur
day to her homo in Lowcllen after
spondlng several days at tho E. S.
Davis home.
Tho snow of last week In crndunllv
disappearing and tho ground Is ah-,
sprnint' mo moisture without a wast
Dixon's store Is ready for Xmas
W. A. Kcaton spent a couplo of days
this week with his uncle E. S. Davis'
while onrouto from Red Star, Montana,
to his new homo in Denvor.
Miss Helen Bonner entertained the'
mombors of tho Senior class Friday,
evening and several hours woro pleas
antly spent with games and music.
Thoro will be Rebekah Initiation Fri
day evening, followed by a social ov
oning. Refreshments will bo served
and all members aro Invited to attend.
Rev. Sundborg will speak Friday ov
oning. November 21st. at 7:30 at
tho J'eople's Mission church on north
Locust street. Everybody welcome.
The party who took tho shoes from
the kSun theatro Saturday jilght havo
been identified. If they will return
them to this offico thoy will save them
selves trouble. i
We have a car of fancy box npples
minor on me trade or at any of our
stores. It will pay you to lay In your
wihtcr supply. Gamble & Springer.
A. W. Plumor and mntlinr lnvon.
morrow or Thursday for southern Cal
ifornia where thov will rnninln unfit
about tho first of April. During their
aDsenco air. ana Mrs. u. u. Graves will
occupy their home, ,
Dixon's Store la tn ho vniiH lmn.1.
quarters this Xmas.
Don't fall to liour Hnrri-finrhntvU
National Field Snerfitnrv. nt Mm T.nMi-
oran Brotherhood, tonight at tho Luth
eran cnurcn at eight o'clock. His
message Is one of Importance. All
will bo welcome.
Fancy nlaid dress skirt, nmv mminin
now on dlsnlav at E. T. Trnmn
Tho Parent-Toaclior AKsnpfnJ !nn nf
the Lincoln and Jfiffnrsnn r)i
bo hold in their respectlvo buildings on
Wednesday, afternoon of this week nt
j o ciocic. a run attendance of moth
ers and fathers Is desired.
Every Ford Owner Should Know
Just what Ford Service Is, and why It is different from ordinary garage service, and
why it is more profitable to patronize tho Authorized Ford Dealer Tho Ford Dealer
is a part of tho Big Ford Family. Ho carrlesa largo stock of genuine Ford parts for re
pairs and replacements so you don't havo to wait while ho sends for them, and he uses
only genuine parts because ho knows the imitation parts aren't dependable and don't
Ho has a thoroughly equipped up-to-tho-minuto garago with tools that enable his
Ford Mechanics to efficiently and properly make any repair from a minor adjustment
to a complete overhaul. And when tho work is finished, Ills bill represents the reason
able, standard Ford prices.
Now, wo aro Authorized Ford Dealers a ; part of that Ford Sorvlco organUatlon
which was formed chiefly to put within each community a dealer who would havo more
than a passing interest in Ford repairs and adjustments. Wo aro prepared and oqulpped
to rondor prompt, careful Ford servlco, Drive in or 'phone and we'll come after your
car. . kuuA - t&i&:$tX8
Ford Touring $(100.
Ford Roadster $575.
Ford Sedan $S75
Ford Counolot $750.
Ford Truck $55)0.
All with starter, P. O. B. Detroit.
Insist on Genuine Ford Parts
Co to Gothenburg Today.
Tho high school foot ball team goos
to Gothenburg at noon todny to play
a gamo this afternoon. Many of tho
Sonlor ami Junior students will ac
company tho team nnd tho classes tn
the Sonlor and Junior buildings woro
dismlssod nt noon, but to partially
mako up tho lost tlmo tho schools con
vened at olght o'clock this morning.
fc. . Foot all Next Friday
Clio Scotts .Bluff foot ball team will
bo horo notft Friday for a gamo with
tho local school team. Tho BUgar city
team Is said to bo strong and a good
gamo may bo expected.
On Thanksgiving Day tho North
Platto team will play tho Grand Island
team In that city.
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After Dec 1st tho Ideal Bakery will
not buy milk bottles. Customors will
bo required to bring their bottles to
oxchango. Bottles will bo furnished
but not bought. WM. OTTEN.
Mlchnol McDald arrived Friday from
Now York to mako an extended visit
with his brothor, Father Patrick Mc
Dald. Mlchnol who arrived In Now
York from la 'nnd about nix wooks
ago.' accompanied the Knights of Co
lumbus degree tinff to Sidney und was
initiated into tho order.
A diamond for her Xmas. Dixon,
tho Jewolor.
Tho ladles' aid society of tho Pros
bytorlan church Will moot In tho
church parlors Thursday, afternoon
ontortnined by Mosdamos Hoagland,
Hoxlo, and C. M. Nowton.
Mrs. Danl. Burke, wont to Maxwell
last ovenlng where sho will mako n
protracted visit with Mr. and Mrs. J
L. Burko.
Wo do al kinds of general ropalr
work. John H. Null, GOG Locust. 89tf
Tho Catholic Girls' club will moot
Wednesday, ovonlng at tho homo of
Mrs. John HUdobrand. Assisting host
esses will bo Misses Ruth Hubbard,
and Ethol Frvo. r
A Pnront-Teachor Association will
bo organized tomorrow afternoon at
tho Washington school This will glvo
oncu or tno live buildings an association.
Union Pacific omployos. 33,200 in
numbor, won first prizo for tho Cen
tral Western rail region In the "No
Accident" week competition, Octobor
18 to 31. This Information Wa re
colved from Halo Holdon, regional, di
rector, Chicago,
Tho Burlington was second nnd tlio
Southern Pacific third. Tho Chicago
and Eastern Illinois, Rio Grando; Clti-.'
cago and Alton, Santa Fo, Washingloii
Orogon Short Lino and Rock Island
followed In tho ordor named. ;
Tho Union Pacific showed a de
crease of Dl per cent In casualties
over tho same period of 1918.
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Flour Sacks
100 lb. Flour Sacks at $1.25 a dozen.
50 lb. Flour SackB at 50c a doz.
Cantrnctors report that thoy are well
along with their building operations
and havo practically ovorythlng en
closed so thnt'insldo work can bo com
iplotod should stormy weathor occur.
Tho most bclntod building is tho now
Twinom hospital on west Fourth
street, which Is being roorod this week.
For Sister a ploco of parolln ebony
from Dixon's.
Crystal Theatre
Thursday and Friday.
When a Woman Strikes
Tho most venomous sting is a wom
an's vengeance when disappointed in
lovo. Tho greatest Western molo
drama. Friday Special Comedy,
1 mJUMni
"Rough 'Rdmg Romance''
He lost a heart! He found a heart! He a cowpuncher,
She a princess and yet love f,6und a way. Nothing can stop
the man who dares.
Audits 30c.
Children 35c.
Keith Theatre, Wednesday and Thursday.
For one week only, beginning MONDAY, NOV. 17 the dealers named below will present
a full-sized 15 cent sifter-top can of BO-RAXO to every purchaser of one pound 20 Mule
Team Borax and one small package of 20 Mule Team Borax Soap Chips.
This is your opportunity to try without any cost to you, this wonderful, delicately perfumed
toilet and bath soap powder, which contains the correct percentage of borax to cleanse and
preserve the skin. BO-RAXO is a toilet necessity as an aid to clear, lustrous, healthy com
plexions and its use by every member of the family safeguards the family's health. Be sure
and get your full-sized sanitary sifter-can of BO-RAXO and a booklet.
20 Mule Team Borax helps in the household in 100 ways as every housewife knows.
20 Mule Team Borax Soap Chips. Pure Soap and just the right amount of Borax will
not injure the most delicate fabric. Will wash fine linens, laces, lingerie dresses, flannels,
blankets and sweaters, fluffy-clean without shrinking.
" " "c xjuiua in xnc marvelous aia
the Soap Chips that
docs the work"
to Soap wherever (I'M HUIEJEM
fsoapiaused" M I
McCrackon Ilrugr Co.
HcXIchucl's (irorery
Redemption Stations
U'eslenfeld & Sou
Hush Mercnittllo Co.
Loudon Grocery
Cuuililo with Springer,
No. 1 S22 N. Locust St.
No. 211(5 Kust H St.
No. SI-C21 L'ust 1th St