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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1917)
AT "THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES"
We're Putting the Skids Under The
. B. McDonald Clothin
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OLD FASHIONED BIFOCALS
JL tZrlcLLJOrl .n.XiroKiGLASSESj
HARRY DIXON & SON, Optometrists
DR. 0. II. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDonald
local and Personal
Henry Cor'des left Suriday for a visit
in Kearney and Omaha,
Mrs. W. T. Wilcox returned Sunday
from a visit in Omaha.
Mr, and Mrs. Martin Federhoof have
returned from Omaha where the latter
had heon taking treatment at a hos
pital. The tliterature department of the
Twentieth Century club will meet this
afternoon with Mrs. Harry Cramer,
west Fourth street.
, Miss Bertha English, who spent the
summer at the home of her uncle Earl
Winslow, "expects to leave soon for her
homo in Overton.
Mr. and Mrs. McMullen, of Gothen
burg, who purchased the J. C. Askwig
property on east F.ifth street, took
Among tliose who attended the fair
last week were Mr. and Mrs. Rice,
Hompr Gibbs and family and Mrs. II.
E Menzi, of Dunwell, Neb.
N. 13. Spurrier left yeste'rday for
Denver and Colorado Springs. At the
latter place ho will liavo a specialist
examine his leg and back.
Fred Thompson went to ChappqU
Sunday to spend the day with his son.
Mrs. Thompson, who' had been visit
ing there for severaS days returned
Rugs and carpets thoroughly clean
ed by the Llttlo Giant Vacuum Clean
er.' Phono Red G23. 73-4
Thomas Hanna, a prominent citizen
of Lexington, has been sued for fifty
thousand dollars by his daughter-in-law
on the charge of having alienated
tho.Lovo and affection of her husband
by""making uncomplimentary remarks
and comparisons about her.
Mrs. Fred Carlson, of Kearney, Is
visiting relatlveh in this city.
.Mr. and Mrs. M. W. RIke snont Sun
day with.friends in Chappq'l.
John Poulos returned yesterday from
Omaha where he had been transacting
Mrs. Ida Lemon returned a few days
ago from a three' visit in Chicago and
Indiana , towns.
Clalnv Agent Watts returned Satur
day from Laramie where ho spent several-
days investigating claims.
Mrs. E. Maston and Miss Josephine
Polster returned Sunday morning
from a two weeks' visit with friends In
Van E. Lawrence has sold his in
terest in thio. Sarben bank, resigned as
cashier and tis now at Reno, Nov., with
a string' of running horses.
The ladles' aid of the .MethodlBt
church will motet next Thursday af
ternoon in the church parlor. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all mem
bers and visitors. ;
The Lutheran aid society will meet
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. F. C.
Waltemath, 500 south Locust street.
Mrs. iTarry Moore, Mrs. Julius Hoga
and Mrs. John Rodine will assist in
Try Dr. Smith, the
James G. Billlngsloy, of Keith coun
ty, who was to have gone to Ft. Riley
with the Keith county contingent but
failed to show up, has baetn arrested
as a deserter. The father of the boy
has a'.so been arrested on the chargo
of aiding the drafted boy to avoid ser
Lost Saturday, Sept. 15th, on road(
between city and the R. S. L. Voss
place, a man's coat. Reward for ro-j
turn of same to Tribune office 75-3:
Tho commercial cfub of Alliance Is,
attempting to again secure the services
of W). D. Fisher as secretary. Mr.
Fisher left the Alliance cIuTj to take
tine1 secretaryship of the Chambor of
Commerce of this city. Mr. FlBhor is
now in tho newspaper business at
nt this Store.
Hurry load up
stock is with
Now Is The Logical Time
With a replenished Stock of Fresh, New,
and Desirable Merchandise 'which has been
Forced upon us.
With a New and Replenished Stock of Fresh, Desirable merchandise which
we have been Unable to Cancel, and which we Have Been forced to Accept, This
Big Sale is Smashing It's Way along with Gripping Interest. Thousands of
Dollars worth of "New Goods have been Added to these Already large Stocks.
Everything is Being Sacrificed in order to Close Out The Entire block QUICKLY
Go to Buy
the price we
Be here tomorrow!
The Skids are under 253 Mens
424 Boys and Young Mens
In Sizes 34
to 38 only
Group 1. Values to $15 - $4.65
Group 2. Values to $18 - $7.35
Mens and Boys
Light ,Medium or Heavy
One lot SI .50 values 95c
One lot $1.25 values 75c
One lot $1.00 values 39c
"StaleVV and Under
wear at 20 per cent off
the old Prices.
Boys Kaynee Made
One lot of 75c AE
and Mens at 20 per
off the oldjprices.
All the best makes
and all sizes
Boys Knickerbocker ' School
Suits bigj choice. Sizes 10 to 15
Boys LongfPants Suits p All $9 Q7
Sizes 15 to 18. All qualties Pw f
O ' coats
TO BE HURRIED OUT
Ages 6 to 12 years.
VALUES TO $12.00
VALUES TO $6.00
McDONALD, Home of Good Clothes, North Platie, Neb.
pi One group
One lot oi $1 and 7 A $4.10 and
$1.50 values 1 $7.35 . . . .
THESE 3FEN LEAVE FOlt
F011T JULEV TIIUltSDAi
f i. .
Katherine Gray as Rosalie La Grange in "THE 13th
CHAIR," at KEITH THEATRE, FRIDAY, OCT. 12th.
These who aro to go as tho third
part of tho quota of Lincoln county,
Nebraska. This list contain 40 names.
To report at 2 p. m. October 3, 1917,
and to entrain for Camp Funston,
Fort Riley, Kansas on train No. 1G at
7:55 a. m., Thursday, October 4th.
Francis E Palmor, Suthorfand
Jlesse A Miller. Dickens
Elmer W Shaner, Maxwell
Christian H Schimmcl. Maxwell
John M Decker, North Platto
Chan es G Russell. Welllfloot
Orion L Lum, Dickens
Warren A Doolittlo, North Platto
Samuel G Poulos, North Platto
John E Gllman, Drady
Albert A Ginapp, Brady
Gl'bcrt V Anderson, North Platto
Clifford Eckstrom, Brady
Leslie D Simms. Wolllioet
Julian T Cailkins, Maywood
William A Marten. Wallace
Thurman C Shano, Suthorland
Paul C West. Wallace
ItoH D M Davidson, North Platto
Jesse R Carlylo, Staploton
William V VanAr&dall, Suthorland
William E Light, Wallace
John W Jackson, Horshoy
Moarl Jacox, Gothonburg
Arthur W Hawloy, llershoy
John N Bakor, North Platto
Ray Coleman, Brady
Leo V Fay. Staploton
Benjamin Jonos, North Watte
Oscar P Ecklioff, Wallace
Dean Chase, North Platto
Warren G Dlonor, North Platto
Xrchlo E Hawloy, llershoy
Elvo A Ballard, Suthorland
Jesso Gartroll, Somorset
Glarenco E Cooipor, North Platto
Dorry Oonklln, Wellfleot
Howard O Becknor. North Platto
Jesso P Naftzingii'ir, North Platto
Merton C Harris, North Platto
John II Jordan, Brady
Fred Schick, North Platto
William C Hill Mooreflold
Hartoy A Ditto, Brady
Carl Heath, Wallaco
More Ccrtlllctl 3rcn
County Clerk ARen rocolved yester
day morning tho names of five more
Lincoln county men who liavo boon
cortifled for service by tlo district
board at Omaha, Tlioy aro:
Lurqy F. Soulcs.
Peter C. Sutter.
Harry A. Potter.
Howard B. Combs. ,.
Fair May Tuy Out,
Tho receipts at the county fair last
week woro in tho neighborhood of six
ty-flvo hundred dollars, tho exact
amount not being - obtainable at his
timo'on account of som'a minor receipts
stll'l being out. President Piel8tickor
said yestorday that ho thought tho ro-:
coipts will pay all indebtedness, In
cluding tho cost of tho ni0w buildings
and tho robulldlng of tho grand stand
tho building wrecked by tho wind. If
this proves corroct, tho flr can stnr
off next year in lino financial flhapc.
: :o: :-
The Fair "Has Come Back."
Thja success of tho county fairs in
wcatorn Nebraska this fall plainly
proves tha t tho fair has "como back"
and back to stay. In a largo measuro
tho success has boon duo to tho auto
mobile, for through it tho nttfcndanco
has boon largo, and it is tho gato ro
coitftSfJhat' really brings tho success
of any fair. Long distances aro now
covered ' quickly and hundreds make
the trip by auto who would not for a
moiriont consider tho trip by team.
Harry Dixon roturniad yestorday
from a brief visit in Omaha.
Dr. Brock, Dentist, over Stono Drug
: :o: :
Fifth -Becomes lilltli Infantry
Undor army ordors issued Saturday
tho .Fifth Nebraska, of -which tliio
North Platto company is a part, will
horcaftor bo known as tho Ono Hun
dred and Thirty-fourth Infantry and
will bo part of tho Sixty-ninth brigade
In command of Genorat II. A. Allen.
Tho Fourth Nebraska goes into tho
artillory sorvico and tho Sixth is split,
part going Into mVitary. pollco duty,
part Into tho ambulance and part -Into
tho engineering corps.
Buchanan & Patterson's Bargain
List of Cottages and Bungalows.
601. Nice four room cottage and lot in the 1200 bl.ock, -G18
Washington Street. Price $1000.00. '
G02. Neat four room cottage, 415 West 8th Street, close, in.
G03. Four room cottage, 302 South Pine St. Price $1850.
G04. Good six room cottage, modern except heat, G15
East Sixth St. $2100.00.
G05. Fairly good cottage of six rooms with toilet, G20
Grant Street. $1200.00.
GOG. Nice G room cottage, corner lot, shade trees, 721 west
J7th Street. Price $2000.00.
G07. Handsome new cottage, five rooms, modern except
. heat, 214 South Ash Street. Price $2500.00.
G08. Dandy new bungalow, five rooms, modern except
i heat. Price $2S00.00.
G09. Nice cottage, five rooms, modern except heat, with
gas range, in 800 block Bast Third Street. Price
010. Handsome new bungalow of five rooms, full mod
ern; lot GGxl32. This is one of the best built and'
best looking In the city. Located in 1300 block
West Sixth. Price $3500.00.
Gil. Nice new 7 room cottage, 1015 East 4th, modern ex
cept heat. Price $3050.00.
.If you are paying rent; come and let us show you how
easy you can buy any of the above list of homes and make
the money you now pay for rent, help pay for one of these
Every ono of .these places aro selected bargains and
are being offered ac 10 to 25 per cent less than they can be
BUCHANAN & PATTERSON,
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