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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1919)
MR. CAR OWNER
We have just received a shipment of FIRESTONE TIRES which gives us
the Largest and Most Complete Line of Tires in the City.
A 6,000-Mile Guarantee, backed by us, is on these Tires.-
THE PRICE IS THE LOWEST
A 30x3 Tire for $y.60
A 30x32 Tire for $15.10
1 6 "j
t A 32x31 Tire for $17.50
4 Other sizes in Proportion.
emember, Saturday, August
tire men sent here by the Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., of Akron, Ohio, will spend Saturday, August 23d with u.s
go on sale that day and we ask you to come in and meet these men. They can explain any tire trouble you may have
TELEPHONE 820. NORTH PLATTE, NEB.
Comfort Is tlio one big idea in goggles,
and' ihcro isn't a day goes hy In sum
mer but what you couldn't uso a pair
If your work takes you out In the sun,
a pair of good goggles will leave you
less tired when the dny is over.
If you are using your eyes for fun
why put a handicap on your sport by
squinting into glare, or bright light?
That uses up nervous energy and a
Clinton has a variety of styles In gog-l
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pies. One of tnem is tno khiu mm
will suit vou to a T Come in and pick
ft out. 75c to $2.0.
C. S. CLINTON,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
At the Sign of the HIg King.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
TVv Mm TlMrn.11 first.
Dr. W. T. Pritchard made a business:
trip to Sarbon Wednesday. I
East End Grocery handles fresh i
Virgil Harrop was a guest at the
j. J. Crawford homo yesterday. J
Loxington XXXXX Flour, $3.25 at
tho East End Grocery.
Mrs. fVm. Clark, of Staploton,
spont Tuesday, with friends in town.
Miss Rebecca Wright, of Stapleton,
was the guest o friends in town Tues
day. East End Grocery handles fresh
Miss Leila Waters, of Kearney, Is
tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Jack
Sight Specialists, H Dixon & Son.
Arthur Howard went to Kimball
Tuesday to spend a week visiting his
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morgan, of St.
Joo, are guests at tho H. B. Morgan
Try Dixon, tho jeweler, and you will
find tho very newest things In jewel
ry. Mlssc Helen McGlll, of Garland.
Neb., is a guest at the Hoyt Smlthers
Kodaks and films at tho Rcxall.
Mrs. Calhoun returned Wednesday
from a short visit with frlendB In
Miss Joy, Elms, of Lincoln, is tho
guest this week of Miss Nina Ras
musson. Miss Morlo Kelso has accepted a po
sition a3 assistant at tho Krauso den
Bo suro to attend tho Remnant Sale
at tho Wilcox Department Store be
ginning Saturday. v.
READY FOR YOU
Distinctive Gage and Grace Hats
of Authentic Origin
have a charm and appeal that
is Irresistible to women of
The Hub Millinery Department.
Mrs. D. C. Dickinson, of Hershey,
spont Wednesday in town as the guest
of Mrs. Julia Todd.
For a real auctioneer, phono or wire
at my oxpenso. R. I. Shappell, Suth
erland, Nob. C2tf
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ogier returned
Wednesday from California where they
spent two months.
Tho 'Catholic ball team defeated the
Methodists tho fore part of tho week
by a score of 8 to G.
Mrs. Emily Coates, who had been
spending several weeks in Omaha, re
turned homo Wednesday.
Dixons grind their own lenses.
Good, quick service.
C. M. Newton and son Donald re
turned Wcdnesdny from an auto trip
to the Yellowstone Park.
Misses Ethel and Helen Souser loft
Tuesday for a two weeks' visit with
rolatlves at Sterling, 111.
Harry Samuelson left this week for
eastern cities where ho will purchase
merchandise for his store.
br. H. C. Brock. Dentist. X-Ray
piagnoslB. Reynolds Bldg. Phono 148
Archio Hood loft Wcdneday for Lin
coln whero ho will enter tho state
university this coming fall.
H. D'Ayes, tho local, Reo dealer,
drove a truck to Hastings Wednesday
for delivery to tho purchaser.
Try tho Rexall first.
Mrs. Harold D'Ayes and children
nro sponding tho week at tho A. E.
Johnston homo in Ringgold.
Judgo Woodhurst united in marrlago
Wednesday James Pratt and Goldle
KompUn, both of Lowellen.
Mrs. Gus Anderson has been spend
ing this week nt Ft. Collins visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Whitlock.
Bed, table or chair lamp, put it
whero over you plcaso. Tho finest kind
of a gift. H. Dixon, tho jeweler.
Mrs. Rasmusscn and son Bob ar
rived Tuesday from Chicago for a vis
It with hor sister, Mrs. John Dick.
Russell Langford returned Tuesday
from Sarbon whero ho had spent tho
past week at tho Sarben Stato Bank.
J. B. Collins, of Sioux City, and Miss
Jessie Eamos, of Wallace, were united
in marriage by Rev. Hess Tucsdny
For Salo My farm of 233 acres ono
milo south of Horshoy. Good build
ings. Inquiro of Gus Anderson, North
Platto, or at tho premises. 62-3
Mr. and Mrs. Way no Leonard, Mrs.
E. F. Dlmmlck and Will Elliott r.'-l
turned Wednesday from an auto trip1
Short lengths of Bilk, cotton and
woolen goods on special salo begin
ning Saturday at Wilcox Dopar'tmont
For Salo Tract of 18 acres of
land adjoining city on west Ad
dross A. F. Splinter, North Platto, or
phono 783F5. C3-2
Wanted For Sale
Resident properties located in tho
east and west end. List it with tho
II. & S. AGENCY,
Mrs. R. R. Henld returned Tuesday
to her homo at Kearney after n
week's visit hero with her sister, Mrs.
Did you see tho new boudoir lamps
at Dixon's. Pink, blue and tan shades,
with ivory, bronze or silver bases, nt
Wanted Liberty bonds at market
price. Louis Llpshitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morsch left
Wednesday on an extended trip to
Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio, and
New York City.
Wanted Board and rooms for
teachers during Institute week, Sopt.
lst-5th. Phono Black C02.
AILEEN G. COCHRAN, Co. Supt.
Miss Bessio Rannio has resigned at
tho Newton beauty parlor and ac
cepted a position at tho Gummcrc
Dent drug storo.
Dr. Morrill, Dentist. Office ovor
Wilcox Department Storo.
Mrs. Robert Dickey and son Robert
left yesterday for an extended visit to
Indianapolis, whero they will viscit
Mrs. Dickey's mother.
Earl Fitzgerald, of Hayes county,
sold to Julius Plzcr for PIzcr and Ilnl
ligan Wednesday 320 acres of tho best
farm land in that county.
Marguerite Tramp entertained
twenty-flvo Uttlo friends nt a party
Wednosday afternoon, tho occasion
bolng her fourth birthday,.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Wilcox left Wed
nesday evening for Chicago and other
eastern markets to purchaso goods for
the Wilcox Department Storo.
To whom aro you going to sell your
Hay and Grain? Tho Harrington Mer
cantile Co. will offer tho highest
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatch returned
Tuesday from a two weeks' visit with
relatives in Kansas City and sight see
ing in Salt Lako and Denver.
Lost Black hand grip containing
two liberty bonds, between North
Platto and Sidney. F. P. Hurlburt,
1616 5th Ave, Los Angeles, owner.
$25.00 reward. 03-2
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Buckley and
children, of David City, nro guestB at
tho J. J. Crawford homo today whllo
onrouto on a motor trip to points In
tho western part of tho stato.
Wanted Two young singlo men to
travel with manager as salesmen.
bright energetic country men. Stato
nge and previous cxporlenco. Address
D. L. Gage, North Platto, Nob. 62-4
Tho ball gamo between tho Presby
torlnnB and Episcopnls played Tuos
day evening resulted in a scoro of 8
to 8, tho gamo being called at tho end
of tho fifth Inning on account of dark
j For Sale
640 acres of hay ono milo north of
Wallao, Nob . 35 cents per aero, or
ono-third of hay in stack. Address
Box 117, North Platto, Nob. 63-2
Tw6 light bay mares, ono two and
ono ihreo yenrs old. Notify R. J.
Sowle, Maxwell, Neb. 63-2
Ed Walker who had tho contract for
putting in Bidowalks for tho city during
tho last fiscal year at a 12c rate, noti
fied tho council Tuesday evening that
ho would no longer do tho work at
that price. Tho clerk was instructed
to ndvertiso for bids for this work for
tho current fiscal year.
A Mothor Gooso party in which Halo
Hamilton, tho popular Metro star, will
bo scon drosed up as a boy In stiffly
starched shirt and knoo brocchos, la
ono of tho mnny novol scenes In "Af
ter His Own Heart," a mirth pro
voking comcdy-drnma featured at tho
Sun theatro tonight.
We Buy and Sell .
Obtain our Prices.
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GUMMERE-DENT DRUG CO.
A Forest Reserve Grazing Examiner in sending in a
"rush." order for 320 doses for a friend writes us: "I In
formed him that In so far as I knew 100 per cent efficient
results had been obtained tho past two years in Mr. T.'s
herd on tho Reserve."
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