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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1917)
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HARRY DIXON & SON, Optometrists
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Mrs. W. S. Dolson left Friday even
ing for eastern points.
'V. R. Maloney wont to Grand Island
Sunday morning to visit relatives.
W. T, Wilcox returned this morn
I ing from a "business trip to Omaha.
Casper Raugh left Sunday evening
for Kansas City to spend a week or
lMr and .Mrs. L. B. Spincer, of
Wallace, are spending this week in
George Austin returned Friday ev
ening from a visit with hs daughter
"Do your bit" by leaving, a doltar at
tho Public Library for tho War Li
Mrs. M. H. Douglas left yesterday
morning for a short visit in the west
ern part of the state.
Wanted Girl for general house
work. Apply to Mrs. Harry Dixon.
,Dr.-V. Lucas, who has been in Colo
rado for several weeks, is expected
to return homo this weok.
For Salo Cheap "Houso and seven
lots. Inquijo of L. A. Gamble at the
Ralph Haddock accoptod a position
at tho post office this week as 'parcel
Georgo Schatz, who visited relatives
here and in Omaha last week, return
ed to Ogdcn Sunday evening.
Miss Julia' O'NeH of tho Brock den
tal office, who had been visiting in
O'Neil, Neb., returned last evening.
On and After J)ctolicr First
SHOES ARE CASH
Diener & Ficlslmmii.
Tho Pleasuro dub will hohl dances
this wook at tho U'.oyd opera house ov
ery evening, beginning September 2G.
Mrs. Harrison Burnham, of Cozad,
camo last week to visit her daughters
tho Misses Vena and Maudo Warring
ton. Dr. H. CI Brock resumed work in
his dental office yesterday morning
after enjoying a threo weeks' vaca
Mrs. Marv Dunn left Sunday oven-
ng for SaTt Lake City where oho will;
make her homo with her son for some
Mr. and. Mrs. John Bailey, of Kear
ney, who wero guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Lem Bailey last week, have returned
Wanted Middlo aged man to act at?
custodian at Elk cCub rooms. Apply
at club room between hojufrs of 1
and 2 p! m. , ?3-2
Mrs, J.M. Donegan and Miss Mario
Martinj will leavo shortly for Ft. Riley
to visJC- Cyril Donegan, who is in
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Goodman, who
ha'vo been visiting in Minneapcfls for
some time, are orocted to return
Mrs Vitn flhrlstonson and son who
wero called to St. Paul. Nebraska. ro-
contly by tho death of a relative, have
Soft water slmmpoo, electric inns,
sago mul human hair switches nt the
Coatos lloauty l'arlor.
Mrs. Walter Crawford, of Casper,
formorly Miss Pearl McVickor, of this
city, is spending a few days horo while
onrcuto to Lexington.
Frances O'Connd'.l, who has been
ompjloycd as stenographer in the U.
P. car department for several months,
resigned Saturday evening.
Miss Edna Suqilvon, for several
years associated with Tho Trlbuno
as news gatherer, resigned yesterday
and tills morning accopted tho posi
tion of clork in tho office of Fore
man Blsnsnnr. nf fim it p. car de
partment Miss Sullivan was a very
launiui ana capaoio ompioyo anu we
regrot to loso hor services.
FOIt YOUR AUTO SEBTICE
Call 125 for Taxi day or night.
Also five or seven passenger car for
' MOOENSEN-LOUpEN AUTO CO-,
Chandler. & Elcar Agency,
Corner Eighth and Locust Sta,
Lynn Huddart, who spent, several
months in Ogden and recently re
turned hero, has accepted a position
as froight conductor at this terminal.
Patrick SulJIvan, of Spokane,
Wash., who had boon visiting friends
here and in Wallace for several
months, left for homo Sunday morn
ing. Come in and see our beautiful lino
of suits and coats, then ask to know
about o)ur new sales ptan we have to
E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
Bele Turner, colored, charged with
the embezzlement of $250 which had
been entrusted to hor care, was dis
charged in Judge French's court yes
For Salo Four-room cottago.v Six
hundred cash and bauuicec onv easy
terms. Phono 708-F 14. E. W. Wright.
Tho marriago of Miss Florence
M. Young and Charles Angus Howard,
of Wellfleot, will take placo at tho
homo of tho former's parents in Well
fleot Wednesday, October 10th.
New dresses arriving all tho time.
A nico assortment to scfoct from. For
stylo and workmanship none bettor.
E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
'Seventy-four one-hundrodths of an
inch of rain fell last night, as re
ported by Observer Shilling. Tho rain
extended as far oast as Kearney and
was heavy in tho east part of this
For Rent Modern steam Iicatcd
It It ATT, GOODMAN & BUCKLEY. I
Dan Brceso, examiner of air brhkca
for tho Union Pacific and well known'
among railroad employes died tho lat
ter part of: last weok in Denvor. Tho
funeral services wero hofd Sunday af
tornoon. , i
Rugs and carpets thoroughly clean
ed by tho Little, Giant Vacuum Clean
er. Phone Red G23. 73-4
Tho firo departeme'nt was called out'
twice Sunday. In tho morning a ni.o
of ties in tho oast ralroad yards
caught fire; in the evening' a stack of
lumber at tho stockyards avus dis
covered in flames.
Saxon Roadster, overhauled, in
good condition, $100.00.
Ford Roadster, $17600.
Dodgo Touring Car, with our 30
day mechunical gaaranteo, $550.00(
Indian Motorcycle, with side car, at
Sixth and Locust Streets, North
Furnished room for ront Call Red
Camp Life at Doming.
From a letter written by Roy Ames
to Dr. M. A. Ames dated Sopt. 20th, wo
take, the following excerpts:
"Nothing mjuch has happened as yet;
wo aro trying to got settled. It has
rained hero most of tho timo sinco wo
havo beon'boro, and today is awful wot
and (floppy. I guess tills must bo tho
rainy season hero. Wo wero paid tho
day wo arrived. A couple of tho boys
aro homesick. Abnor Wossburg was
quite sick last night. I guess most of
tho boys aro feoling pretty good except
a ilittio peevishness over tho wet
weather. Tlioro will not be the long
hikas this timo that wo had on tho bor
dor, it wll bo choifly tronch toractlci1.
warfaro in sham battles and prpbaWy
a good Jjlt or riilo ranga work.
nils country is aw sand, Bago brush,
mosquito and somo. cactus. It is a
real desert all right. The mountains
aro about 25 mile3 to tho north and
30 or 40 miles to tho south and oast of
us. They aro of tho lower ranges that
do nop havo many high peaks. Every
thing in town is quite iiign pricou.
North Hlatto, Nob., Sopt 24, 1917.
Clydo E. Frazeo wiW take notice,
that on tho 20th day of September,
1917, I. L. Mlltonberger, a Justlco of
the peace of Lincoln county, Nebras
ka, issued an order of attachment for
tho sum of $23.20 In an action pond
tag before hdm, whl&roln Harry I.
Block Is plaintiff and Clydo E. Frazeo
defendant, that proporty of tho de
fendant consisting of ono trunk, and
contents has been attached under said
order. Said causo Is continWed to tho
15th day of Octobor, 1917 , at 10
o'clock a. m. HARRY I. BLOCK,
To he disposed of at prices that will be abso
lutely impossible a few weeks hence.
Opportunities like this sale of the J. 13. McDonald store which for the past 16 years has flourished as the
, lV "Home of Good Clothes" are indeed very rare. It is not often a store of such magnitude which carries
such a huge stock of such high class character sells out and quits business. After preparing for the fall
and winter season with large stocks of new goods the proprietor is compelled to quit business to take hold
of other important interests. THIS SALE OFFERS MEN'S, YOUNG MEN'S and BOY'S CLOTHING,
SHOES, and FURNISHINGS of every description from tle MOST STAPLE KINDS TO THE LUXURIOUS
' KINDS at 25 per cent to 50 per cent BELOW PRESENT. RETAIL PRICES. The stocks have-been con
siderable augmented in this weeks selling by the addition of many thousands of dollars worth of fall mer
chandise of all descriptions on which we HAVE BEEN FORCED TO ACCEPT DELIVERY. These goods
are strickly seasonable merchandise whidh have been made to our special order and specifications and
which were not subject to cancellation. They comprise Union and Two-Piece Wool Underwear of all
weights and sizes, Ralston and Weyenberg Fall Shoes, Mens and Boys Mackinaws, Sweaters, Boys long
Pant Suits. A consistant effort is being made to close out all these stock on hand within the next few
days and we have cut prices to the limit.
by the addition of thousand
of Dollars worth of New Fall
Merchandise which we have
been unable to cancel and
which we have been
Forced to Accept.
Many Other Kinds at
More Remarkable Price Costs
S Boys Knickenbocker A?
OeCiai School Suits 6 to 12 vrs ftZ.V
Boys' Wash Boys' Kaymee n Mens' Outing
SUITS I Made BLOUSES il Flannel PA-
SHIRTS in H JAMAS and
and striped I Neat dark and h NIGHT SHIRTS
borders values H light stripes, jjwith pink and In
to $2.00 70fo0ne Lot yCHMue QQ
ttlt m strines tUl
School Suits 6 to 12 yrs
at even less
The Story of
Mens Soft Felt
In Black and
MONEY TALKS! LOOK SHARP!
It is'a known fact that everyone has been'afiected by the extreme raise in
Outing Flannel I prices of every commodity. Bear in mind that a piece of serge that sold at 49c
a yard is cneap to uay atyoc; rua uioves inai soiu ai oca pair are cneap 10
day at 31.25. Mens Shoes that sold at $5 are cheap today at $9 a pair Men's
and Boy's Clothing and Furnishings have almost Doubled in price the future
holds no relief further advances are in sight. However the people of this com
munity have no causp for worry, for here THEY CAN SUPPLY THEIR NEEDS
FOR MONTHS TO COME AT ABOUT ONE HALF THE PREVAILING RETAIL
PRICES. OUR ADVICE IS TO BUY NOW BUY LIBERALLY FOR PRESENT
AND FUTURE NEEDS.
the 7Sc and
price 35c I
MENS "STALEY" PURE WOOL UNDERWEAR
New Goods Just in styleys
2 Piece Woolen Underwnar
20 1 OFF.
MENS AND YOUNG MENS SUITS AT HALF PRICE
We offer the men and young man an unequalled opportunity to
secure fine clothing at record shattering prices. Scores of suits
from which to choose. These prices are only made possible
by our firm determination to take our loss on all merchandise,
in order to make a quick and absslute clean up in the shortest
space of time.
Mens $16.50 Suits now . . $7.
Mens $20.00 Suits now $10.
For men and hoys, shipment just
come in, p.arjt of.uncanellcd order
20 lo off. UNDERWEAR
Mens Cotton Shirts and
Drawers, large sizes .
MENS WORK SHOES .
Big shipment just in "Weyenberg and other rt pjf
noted makes values to 84. One lot in all sizesj), J
BOYS FALL TOP COATS
Odd lots in dark or light colors, values from rt 4
$7. to $10. Sixes 6 to 12 years. One lot at t
Men's soft French
one lot $1.10 and
1.25. One lot
of broken AC.
Mens Spear MadeJ
Golf style odd lots
Boys Heavy Blue
Serge part Wool
lection in all
One lot 39c.
One lot in brown
Black and Og
Mensheavy Cotton I Mens $5 and $6
All sizes in this
J. B. McDONALD, Home of Good Clothes, North Platte, Neb.j
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