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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1917)
If the glare of the sun and the bright
light of summer days makes your "byes
tired, you will fiita most gratifying
t relief in tinted lens glasses. Until
you try them you can have no idea of
the comfort they bring.
They do not dim vision. . They simply
filter out the fatigueing ultra violet
Come into Clinton's and examine tinted
-lens glasses. We can grind them to
correct any defect in refraction.
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At Uio Sign of Uio Big Ring.
IUI) GOOIMU'E TO
FIRST DRAFT MEN'
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Wostonfciar w. a Wo
DR. 0. II. CRESSLER,
Ofllce over tin -McDonald
XOCAii AND PERSONAL.
"Miss Betty Oarmlclmol sp6nt Wod
nosdny in Maxwoll with frlonds.
A now lot ot dress hIIIcb now on salo
at Tho Loador Morcantllo Co.'e.
Mrs. Margaret Post, who hart' boon
seriously ill, is groatiy improved.
Dr. Smith, Chiropractor,
. Building & Loan Building.. 50rt
Charles Glim began work a fow days
ago In tho Austin Jowolry atom .
William Atlalr left at noon Wodnos
day for Gibbon to-iirnd flovcnil days
Dr. Morrill. DontiBt
Mrs, 0.E. Souscr loft at noon Wed
nesday for ClarkB whoro alio will visit
with her Bon.
During tho month of August County
Judge French Issued olghtcon mar
I luivo buyoiH for . good finnis. Any
oiio wishing to koII, see mo at onco.
0. II. THOKLUCKK.
confined ,o his hmo by lllnoss for scv-
oral days. past.
MJs'a Boatrlco Ward boa accoptcd a
position fh' tho dnug dopartmont of Uio
"Wanted Lady Stonogrn'phor and
typowrltor at Chambor of Commorco
room. Apply to J. Q. Wilcox.
Miss Cora Sousor has accoptort a
position as boolckoopoi1 in tho Hub
Harry Howard lot Rawlins, who vis
Hod, at ho P, II. Lonorgan homo, loft
HIkh r. Sicilian, sionm baths and
Swedish jlussngo, Indies ami gentle
men. Phono 897, Itrodbeck building.
Nolllo and Arthur McEvoy loft yoa
torday morning for Denver to visit
relatives and frlonds,
C. F. Strayer was called to Falls
City tho first of tho wook by tho seri
ous lllnoss of a ro'.ntlvo.
I.Mrts Mabol Smltn, of Gothonbufg
arrived here a fow days ago to visit
nor brolhor Jobbo Smith.
Chojco vogotablos and cut flowors at
North Platto Floral Vo. Phono 1023 tf
Air. and Mrs. John States roturnod
Wodnoaday ovonlng from Donvor
whoro thoy vlsltod rolatlvos. '
Mrs. P. A. Norton loft Wednesday
evonipg for Orand iBland to visit hor
son P. J. Norton and family.
Miss Lucratla Davis, of tho high
school faculty, will arrlvo in town to
morrow from hor homo in Kansas.
Mrs. Hurry Moore, who had boen vis.
Itlng In Eutes Pnik and other wosjtorn
points, returned Demo Wotlhosday. .
I now havo funds at G'fc por cent
on choice bottom tablo land. Gone
Crook, Room 4, Keith thoatro Bldg.
Mrs. Charles Warnlck, of Bollo Plain,
Iowa, who had boon visiting Mrs. P.
A. Norton,. left Wednesday ovoningj
Thq storo of Tho Leader Mercantile
Co. is flllod with bargains In every
thing you need for fall and wlntor.
A lharrlago 11001180 was granted'Wod-
nosday inlawing to Goorgo W. Smith
and Miss Gladys, Karlgor, both of this
city. . ?
Robt Ufiatty ha3 moved Into tho
Iioubo In G10 f&qp block on west
Fourth" fltrt .iftly jyncated by; Tom
Henry Ilanaon, tho north sldo
stookgrowor, roturnod yesterday morn
ingfrom Omaha -whoro bo markotod
nattlo. - . ,
Harry Boogie, formerly of tho Stone
dug Btoro, nrrlvod hero from Grand
Island Wodnosday to visit with local
Our advlco to you Is to buy your
blankots and comforts early. Thoy
will bo much higher lator. Snvo money
and buy now of The Loador Morcantllo
Mrs. Roy Minor, of Choyonno, who
spent a week with her mother Mrs.
Margarot. Post, returned homo Wed
Hlinrlrw Pr,rkltiH. fMnrnnco Rlinul. Lno
Bin, of this city, anil Earl Esnlonian, f
offplorshoy, who constituted Lincoln
lounty's llrfal draft inon, loft yesterday
morning for Ft. Riley. At Lincoln thoy
wdro to Join tho othor fow hundred
men who wore selected undor tho five !
per cont call. I
Other than rolatlvos of tho young
moh, nct jnany wqro present at .the
dopof to ibid them good-bye. J.-E. 1
Evans waB thoro as flag bearer, and a
number of others gavo tho boys a
God-speed, but tho lack of numbers
Indicated" tliat'as a peoplo wa are un
mindful of others. Woro wo imbued
with that unsolflsh spirit and with the
spirit lof patriotism that tho hour de
mands thoro would havo boon hund
reds at tho tho dopot to bid tho bpys
good-byo and that enthusiastic fare
woll would havo constantly remind
ed tho boys that at homo hearts beat
warm for them.
Tlio Trlbuno trusts that when tho
next call of mon is made and they take
tholr dopartu're that our fcoplo will
ovlnco somo lntorost In tho boys who
ultimately will reach tho trenches; in
Foiwlck Returns for 11 Buy.
AIox Fenwick spent a day or two in
town this week looking after business
matters. Ho and Mrs. Fonwlck havo
Just returned to Choyonno from a visit
with tholr daughters In northwostorn
Wyoming and Montana. Thoy will
loao Choyonno In a fow days for Cal
ifornia whoro thoy will spend the
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Threshing and Cutting
Your Banking business should bo
attended to at onco. Otliorwiso your
funds aro oxpoBcd to Iojb thru caro
lossnoss, theft and In boiuo ensos thru
low of cmrnlngs. If thrashing, corn
outtlng or husking w'lll mako it Im
possible Tor you to prom'ptly nttond to
your banking affairs In person, do bo
thmi tho United States malls.
Tho oxporlonco of scores of others
proves its safoty and convonlonco,
This bank gives special attention to i,
bank-by-mall buslnoss. )
Platte Valley State Bank
North Platto, Nebraska.
w buy today? . - t
If seeking that prestige that comes from being
a leader of fashion you will not delay until after
someone else has appeared in the very garment
that you would have wished lo wear first.
Every community has Its leadersit's either you
or someone else.
Of many of our' coats and suits to maintain our
reputationjfor variety we have but few of a
style; but many styles to make up a splendid
- Coats and Suits
that are really special values
$25 $35 $50
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And if you buy today you purchase as we purchase upon the basis of values that
are not likely to be duplicated in laler buying.
Wilcox Bepartnieitt St
Will llxnniliio rupHs' Eyes
County Sunorlntomlont Ailoon! Clnrk-Jolinson "Wedding.
Oantt has mndo arrangomonts with I A quniot and siniplo wedding was sol.
Harry Dixon and son Chn-le Dixon U omnlzod Wodnosday ovonlng by Rov.
oxnmlno tho oyos of every child at- 0. B. Harmau whon ho united in raar
tondlng Bcltool in Lincoln county. Tho , rinBo Miss Catherino O. Johnson and
work will bogln next woek In charge' ' William Henry Clark. Tho coremony
of tho lattor and continue until tho'wa8 porformod at half past olght at
LOCAL AlVl) PERSONAL
5,000 chlldron onrollod havo boon ov
amlnod. Aftor tho' oxamlnatlons and
tosts paronts will bo notified in or
der that tho children who havo do
foctlvo Bight may rocolvo proper attention.
Regius Work on RuIIdln
Contractor Howard McMichaol Is
losing no tlmo on tho construction
of tho now Knighta of Columbus bulld-J
ing. Tho contract was awarded Sat
urday, and two days later ho cleared
tho lots and began tho' excavation
wefrk. Thobasemont uiidor tho build
ing will be only largo onough to' ac
ciomodato the heating tlant.
Ihirbln Loaves C. C. lVork. -A.
N. Durbln, Into secretary' of tho
fChambor of Commorco, who resigned
a month agio but hnd been kooplng up
tho work, savored his iconnoction Wed
nesday. For tho present a young lady
Btonogrnphotri and typowrltor will bo
installed In tno office to attend to tho
work. Tho publicity fund subscrip
tions are not nt present amplo to Jus
tify a socrotary at tho Balary that has
", Hold Oiionlng Tomorrow
Tljo O'Connor Storo will hold a for
mal opening tomorrow signalizing now
dofpartmOnts and tho oxpansoln of lines
already carrlod. Including now both
floors 0f tho forty-four foot addition to
tho Elk building, and giving a total
frontnfo of 110 foot, bettor facilities
aro now offorcd to display tho "stock,
which has boon materially enlarged,
Tho storo is cortainly a credit to
Notlco to Hunters
Notlco Is horoby givon that no hunt
ing or trospassing will bo allowed on
lands owned or lonsod by us oithor bo
foro or during tho hunting soason.
C. II. WATTS
" P. E. McGRAW
C. P. HOWARD
C7-tf T. S. McCRONE.
..Tlio 17. S. government asks for bids
on 110,000 curs and Hodgo Brothers on.
torod tliolr bid nmong tlio hundreds
or more who offerd enrg. Jfo contract
lins been lot, 110 bids ncccptcd, yet tho
gorerincnt Is today bdyiiig from Hodgo
Brolhers from SO to 120 enrs a day
for succh depnrtmonts as havo lmmodl.
nto use for cars.
Tho record of Hodgo Brothers enr
In anny uso ought to show you tho way
to tlio purchase of n car which will
stand up In your service.
Order your Hodgo now for nn enrly
J. V. Romigh,
the Luthoran parsonage in tlio fros
onco of a fow rolatlvos."
Miss Elsio Johnson and Lewis John--:n
were tho attendants. Aftor tho
coromony a luncheon was servo:! at
the Elder homo on wst Sovonth street.
Tho honeymoon will bo spoilt in Colo
rado whoro Mr. and Mrs. Clark have
gono by auto.
Tho brido is tho daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hans Johnson and has re
Bided hero for a number of years. Sho
graduated from tho local high scholol
and,, lator attonded tho stoto univer
sity whoro sho also asslstod in toach
Bng in various dopar'tmonts. Sho is an
pvho has endeared horsolf to many
k Tho groom is tho son of Mrs. Mai'y'day for Miss Lulu Burko.
feldor, a promising young man who has ,Tra n T, ,, , '.w
Wboon employed as rural mall, carrier ,oy veator(lay aftan a vlglt wltu hep
ior Bovunn yoars nnu wno is popular
with all who know him.
v- Thn rnnst. wnnilorfnl wnmnn'a snltn vnn pnii dn tlm lioat Tim Tno,i
Don't forgot it's comedy night at
tho Koith tonight.
Mlas Fern Douglas roturnod Wed
nesday from a visit In Omaha and Lin
coln. Miss Sybil Gantt loft this morning
Hor Lincoln to attend tho stato uni
versity. Elmot." Monroe Howard and Miss
Isdbello Lawlor woro marriod at Ogal
Mrs. John Koontz and son left a
fow days ago for Ktarnoy to visit rel
atives and friends.
For 'quick action and satisfactory
salo list your land with Thoclecke. tf
Mr. jnid Mrs. Robert Metcalf, of Pax
to, are Visiting with tho latter's moth
er Mrs. FTC. Hoxie.
Mrs. P. M. Soronson entertained a
number iof ladles at a luncheon Mon-
daughtor Mrs. Harry Hemphill.
In fitting out for winter underwear
nd coats you over saw aro now being Mercantile Co.'s. They fit your wholo
howiuat Tho Loador Morcantllo Co.'b. ' family.
Mrs. A. M. Solbert loft yesterday,,
morning for Watortown, la,, to vialt(fi
relatives for a couple of woeks.
Frank Weaver, of Choyonno, or
morly of this city, icamo a few days ago
to visit his mother Mrs. Hartley.
Fit out tlio girls and boys for school
where you got tho best for tho least
money, at Tho Leader Mercantile Co.'s.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Zentmeyer and
children, whlo have been, visiting in
Lincoln and Omaha, will return homo "
Mrs. York Hinman returned yester
day morning from Lincoln and Fro
mont where sho attended tho National
Mrs. Clydo Tift' and childron. .re
turned. to- Mllroy, Minn., Wednesday
after VislMng her parents Mjr. ' and
Mrs. W. W. Groves.
, Wanted Girls Xor telephone oper
ating. Wages paid whllo learning.
Mako application to Chief Operator
Nebraska Telephone Co. office.
FOR YOUR AUTO SERYICE
Call 125 for Taxi day or night.
Also five or seven passenger car for
MOGENSEN-LOUDEN AUTO CO",
Chandler & Elcar Agency,
Corner Eighth and Locust StB.
Green Couwial. Fujinace -
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A Colonial Furnace' will Save its
Cost to You in Fuel and Repairs
If you don't own a furnace that gives you greatest
economy, you are always adding to the original pur
On a business basis, that is poor practice.
Don't argue that you must have heat anyway,
"without respect to cost."
The furnace that eats the most fuel, is least de
pendable in heat.
The more extravagant the upkeep, the less the
Keep these points in mind when you investigate
Green COLONIAL Furnace
Has Green's Dame Heat Intemificr
Stoking in fuel -and shoveling out ashes, is a thankless, costly job
Greens COLONIAL Furnace overcome nil Vicn u
of it is the result of long experteSSJ SSZTiST
workmanship. renncment in furnace design, materials,
How the fuel is consumed, the way the draft orients j, ,
the heat is extracted-the certainty that you ?a? notTeaUnfall oStc J,in '?,Ch
convenience, warmth in every room, comfort and health for M fmii leanl,n.ess'
advertisement. 7 COLONIAL Furnace on what we say in this
But we do believe that you will investigate the Green COLONIAL Furnace
Study its many merit-points; it has no othcrl furnace.
Get acquainted with its five-year guarantee!
Figure on its low upkeep cost.
S&MSKiiSSiSg? SE&r by askinE (or a ! m
Wo Sell and Install the "Colonial."
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