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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1919)
OF ALL SUMMER GARMENTS.
Block's Final Clearing Sale of all Summer Garments is now in lull swing and will conlin Lie the rest of this month. In order to
make a clean sweep of every summer garmenl in the store theo are offered at a saving to you of from 25 to 50 cents on the dollarj
This is not a sale for the purpose of stimulating trade or making profit, but a desire to dispose of all summer goods to make room
for FALL GARMENTS WHICH ARE NOW ARRIVING DAILY.
100 Silk Dresses
In Taffeta, Satins and Georgette, made up
to the minute in style and in all the wanted
shades and formerly priced up to $48.50, are
now going at
$14.98, $19.98, $24.75.
Lot 1. Colored Voile, and some white voile
dresses, for Final Clearance at
$1.49 and $1.98.
Lot 2. Dainty Summer Dresses of colored
voile and ginghams, formerly sold up to
$10.00, Clearing Price -M 0Q
Lot 3. Small lot of smart evening dresses,
values up to $20.00, Clean Up jj jJQ
All of our high grade Wash Dresses at
One Third Off.
100 Wash Skirts Middies! Middies!
One lot of Gabardine Tub Skirts, some in
plain white and some made of striped wash
able materials, values to $3.00, M Q
Final Clearing Price P I nrd
Handsome non-shrinkable white Gabardine
wash skirts, values up to $5.00, CO OD
Final Clearing Price JiilU
All of our High Grade Wash Skirts at
One Third Off.
Ono rack of wool and silk Skirts, splendid
styles, all sizes, all shades, and formerly
sold up to $12.50, Final Clean Up Price
$2.98 to $7.75.
All of our fancy Silk Skirts rnade of Baron
ette Satin, Fantasi, Georgette, etc., at
One Third Off.
All of our Skirts in dark shades in wool and
silk materials at
20 per cent off reg. price
One lot of good Galitea Middies, val- nn
lies up to $1.75, Sale Price UOb
All of .our high grade Middies and Smocks at
20 per cent off reg. price
Bungalow Aprons and House Dress- QQr
es, values up to $1.75, Sale Price 3UU
Onyx Cotton Lisle Hose, regular 35c sellers
5 pair for One Dollar.
Onyx Silk Fibre Hose, regular $1.00 PQn
values, Sale Price '. UUb
Ladies' Gauze Union Suits and Muslin Com
bination Suits, $1.50 values, Sale QQr
Corset Covers and Drawers in muslin and
cotton crepe materials, values up AQn
to &8c, Sale Price 40 b
What ever Ccw Spring Suits and Coats
there are left we will sell them at actual
cost and less.
One small lot of Silk Suits, regular values
up to $35.00, Final Clearance (j
One lot of Jap Silk and white Voile Waists,
formerly sold up to $3.50, M QQ
Final Clearance Price $li3U
Beautiful Silk Crepe Waists, in all the new
est styles and in all the wanted frA QQ
shades, special at iJrTMJU
Dainty Georgette Waists, some are beaded
and some braiedd, values up tfC QQ
to $9.00, Sale, Price 4diJU
Silk Sweaters and slip-overs in wool and
20 Per Cent off Regular Price.
From 3 to 14, in all colors, made in Percale
and Ginghams and formerly sold up to
$1.75. Sale Price
79c and 98c.
All of our high grade, children's washable
Dresses at a
Discount of 20 Per Cent
This sale for Cash only. No charges, no approvals, no refunds. Every purchase must be Final.
ir.A 1. BAKU, Editor nnil I'ubllshcr
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES': ' ' '
Ono l'oar by Mall, in udvnuco. .$1.75
Oiiq Year by Carrier, In advance, $2.00
Enutred at tho North Platte, Nebraska
I'ostotflce an Second Class Matter.
PJtlDAY, AUGUST 22, 1&19.
; Hand Concert rrogruin.
Krldu evening, August 22nd, at S
o'clock, tho North PUitto Municipal
Band, Earl Stump director, will play
tho following program:
March Sabro and Spurn Sousn.
Ovorturo Poet and Peasant Suppo.
t'opular Souk by Jos. SchafCor (with
Air do Ballot La Plroutto Hosmcr.
Soronado A Night In Juno King,
Trombone Smear Lawsy Massy
Waltz Girls of Badon Komzak.
March Now Colonial Hall,
Tho next concert, on August 20th,
will bo tho last ono of tho Beason un
der tho ausplcoH ot tho park board.
Organize Transportation Employes.
A transportation Club, such ns !i
now opcrutlvo in most of tho larger
cltHs and towns of tho country, is to
bp oraanlzcd Hi North Platto In tho
iigar future Riuit S Curtlsa, of Chl
i'jeago, Orind President of tho Trans-
"portatlon1 Employes' Union of Amorl
6a, plans to come to this city In the
near futuro for tho purpoao ot going
over tho lit Id and ascertaining tho
dlfloront branches ot tho club work
-which luleht Lo maintained hero. lie
plane establishing a lodgu hall and
club rooms lor tho benefit ot the dif
ferent transportution omployos of the
railroads, (.xpross companies, etc.,
working In and out ot tho city.
Chief Has an Exciting Chase.
Chief Mocomber had an oxcltlng
chaso Tuesday night when ho took
nftcr an auto speeder. Tho speedor
started south on Locust street at a
thirty mllo clip with tho Chlof follow
ing in his car. Surmising that he
was being followed, tho speeder
"stopped on her," and by the time ho
reached C stroot ho. was doing forty-
ilvo miles. Ho turned east on C
street and stopped at his homo, whore
ho was takon In by tho Chief and tho
following dayi in tho pollco court paid
tho customary ?9.80.
A thrilling fight in tho dosort bo-
tweon two sworn enemies against a
bnnd of mnraudlng Apacho Indians Is
ono of tho unusual situations that aro
thrllllngly displayed in "Riders o!
Vongenanco" at tho Sun theatre Sat
urday with Harry Carey ns Choyenno
Honutlful silk underwear on display
nt Trump's Ready to Wear.
Sight Specialists, II. Dixon fc Son.
Postmaster's uStoro' Is Busy.
Postmaster uleLvoy, who opened a
sale Monday of government supplies,
aays ho Is reuelum; many orders, 'es
pecially from In 'ners who generally
buy In larger quantities than do town
people. Orders for nearly every ar
ticle on tin list havo been recoloved.
Mr. MeEvoy ?i;ys a reduction has
been n.ade in the tiansportation charg
es from $2.00 to $1.00 por hundrPd,
which reduces tho cost to the eon.
sumcr to just that extent. i
Take Men to Pen.
Deputy Sheriff Chappell left for Lin
coln yesterday having In tow two men
who had been sentenced to tho peni
tentiary by, Judge Grimes. These men
wero Citron Torren, a Moxlcan, who
pleaded guilty to stealing silk shirts
from tho Star Clothing house, and
Frank Bell, who broke into the sec
tion hou&o at Maxwell and stole a suit
of clothes and six dollars in cash.
Both men received an Indeterminate
sentence of from ono to ten years.
Crystal Theatre, Tonight
u Daylight Act ltopwiled
1 Roponl of tho daylight savlngB act
was accomplished Wcdnosday, tho
sennto voting to sustain tho houso in
passing tho roponl moasuro over Pros
ldont Wilson's veto. Tho voto was 57
''Tho repeal of tho law bocomes nf-
Toctlvo nftor tho clocks nro turned
back to normal In October. It Is ono
Qf tho very fow measures which havo
twice noon veioeu uy a prosiaoni unu
havo become a law In spite ot tho veto,
Clara and JuaUo .lohufon, ot 10.U
Sycamore strcot, ontortalncd twenty
ot their llttlo friends at a birthday
party Wednesday aftornoon. A very
pleasant afternoon was spent In
games, nftor which & two course
luncheon was sorvod and tho guosts
doparted fooling very much, pleasod
and wishing tho girls many happy ro
.turns of tho day. XX
' Try tho Roxall first.
at. Aug. 23, to Sat. Aug.
The heavy selling of the past season has left us
an accumulation of short lengths of all classes of
merchandise on our shelves and we have put prices
on some that will mean substantial savings.
Lace Embroidery and Ribbons.
Come early while the assortment is large.
Wilcox Department Store.
'Hay Foot, Straw Foot'
Tho two part nnlmnl comedy
"THE LION SPECIAL."
TRACK AND SHOP
LABORERS DEMAND INCH EASE
General chairmen of the United
Brotherhood of Malntonance-of-Way
Employ.es and Railway Shop Laborers
In session at Detroit Tuesday approved
a now wage and working agreement
already submitted to the railroad ad
ministration, calling for an increase
In pay of approximately ono dollar n
day per man, time and a half for ov
tlmo and promotion by seniority.
I Tho demands, it was said, affect all
railroads In tho United States, Canada
and Central America and Involve about
,000,000 workers. Half of that num
! bor nro members of tho union.
A referendum now being taken Is
returnable August 24. Union officials
declare 99 por cent of tho men favor
tho proposed schedule and n gouoral
striko of all maintonanco-of-way em
ployos If their demands aro not met.
Tho increase demanded would mean
an additional oxpenso to tho railroads
ot nearly $190,000,000.
Frolght loading on railroads In the
central wostem zone In July wore
612,110 cars compared with 529,797
cars last year, a decrease of a.a per
cent. Miscellaneous freight loadings
wore 300,080 cars, or 11,4 por cent In
crease. Grain, 18,790 cars, Increase
of 10.1 por cent ovor last year. A
feature was tho loss ot 28.9 per cent in
ore with 13.513 cars moved, and of
34.5 per cent lu coal with 80,579 cars
Clinton & Son' will
take care of your Eye
Glass trouble; wo guar
antee to give you satis-1
faction. Sign of tho Big
Ring. Son is with Undo Snm In Ger
many, will bo homo soon. ,
Loxlngton XXXXX Flour, $3.25 at
tho East End Grocery.
Auto Drivers, Bicycle and Motor
cycle" Wcrs.' ';f V
1. You must not exceed a speed of
12 miles an hour.
2. You must not use an auto with
the muffler ODen.
3. You must not pass another car
at night without dimming your head
lights. 4. You must not to around an
other car at the Intersections.
5. Minors under 10 years must not
drive motor cars.
C. Blowing horns continuously and
for fun day or night must ho stopped.
7. Alwnvs lrnp.n tn tlin rlirtit.
8. You must not obstruct traffic by
stopping cars on Dowey street when
(lnnthnr cur la nnnrnr tho mirh.
9. Bicycle riders must keep off tho
sidewalk oxcept in very muddy weath
10. Pedestrians must not Jay-
hawk across tho streets.
Violators of tho Vehicle and Motor
Laws will be stringently dealt with.
S. C. MECOMBER,
Chief of Police.
: :o: :
Kodaks and films nt tho Rexall.
It will surely pay you to order one
of tho now model Dodge' cars, even
though you have to wait A short time
for dpllvery, as you, cahriof find such
value and such service for hundreds
of dollars more In price. Jt V. Ro
Will be nt tho
lay, Aug. 2S.
ONE DAY ONLY.
Hours 10 a. m. to S p. m.
Remarkable Success of these Taleut
cd Physicians In tho Treatment
of Chronic Diseases
Annnnl Report of tho Condition of
of North Tlatte, Ncbr, at the Close of
Business, Juno 30th, 1919.
Liberty Bonds 14,500.00
Cash on Hand 362.99
Furniture and Fixtures 200.00
Total Resources $09,017.99
Undivided Profits 683.96
D3111s Payable 15,000.00
Customers' Funds 3,934.03
Total Liabilities $69,017.99
STATE OF NEBRASKA
County, of Lincoln j
I, N. E. Buckley, Sec'y-Treasurer of
Goodman-Buckley Trust Company of
North Platte. Nobrnska, do horoby
swear that the foregoing statement Is
truo and correct to tho best of my
knowledgo and belief.
N. E. BUCKLEY,
Subscribed in my presenco and
sworn to beforo mo this 19th day of
August, A. D., 1919.
(SEAL) F. C. PIELSTICKER,
My commission oxplres Doc. 11, 1923.
EXAMINATION AND CONSULTA
Tha diagnostician of the United
Doctors, licensed by tho state of Ne
braska, for the treatment of chronic
diseases of men, women and children,
offer to all who call on this visit, con
sultation, examination and advice
free. They havo a system and meth
od of treatments that are suro and
certain in their results.
Thoso doctors aro experts in the
treatment of chronic diseases of the
blood, liver, stomach, intestines,
heart, kidneys or bladder, rheuma
tism, sciatica, dropsy, leg ulcers,
woak lungs, and those afflicted with
long standing, deep seated, chronic
diseases, that havo baffled tho skill of
other physicians, should not fall to
According to their system no more
operation for appendicitis, gall stones,
goiter, piles, etc., as all cases accept
ed will bo treated without operation
or hypodermic injection. If you havo
kidney or bladder troubles bring a 4
ouuco bottle of your urine for chemi
cal analysis and microscopic examina
tion. Worn-out and run-down men and
womon, no matter what your ailment
may. be, no matter what you have been
told, or tho oxporlonco you havo had
with other physicians, settle It for
ovor In your mind. If your case Is in
curablo they will toll you so. Con
sult thorn upon this visit. It co3ts
you nothing for examination.
Romombor, this free offer Is for Jills
Married ladles must como with their
husbands and minors with their par
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