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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1920)
Iron- iix, Comfort,
A: You too will find ironing a pleasure even
V ' v'' oh'these hot days with an
,1 ij llill.ll. II,,,, If.
Until June 17th
We will allow you $1.00 for any old iron
to apply on the purchase of a
Hot Point Universal Iifln
Bring in your Iron before the 17 th jr you
will be too late
NORTH PLATTE LIGHT & POWER CO.
le on P
Friday and S
umps and Oxfords
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Guy Drake spent the week end with
friends in Grand Island.
Wilfred Stuart, of Lexington, spent
Sunday dt the John Tight home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Richards went to
Odessa Saturday to visit relatives.
Clinton & Son, Graduate Opticians,
see them for Service. tf
Mrs. George Frater left- Sunday for
the eastern part of the stato.
Nell Turplo returned Sunday even
ing from a business trip to Omaha.
The Rexall handles the, goods, 14tf
L. C. McGraw went to bshkosh Satr
urday to transact business for a few
Try the Rexall first, it pays. 14tf
E. R. Goodman left for Denver Sun
day to transact business for a few
John Hahler came down from Sid
ney Sunday to visit his parents for a
Mrs. Chas. Lierk' went to Gothen
burg Saturday, to visit relatives for a
For Sale Girl's Bicycle at a bar
gain. Phone 532J. 45tf
Genl. Supt, Woodruff, of Omaha,
Bpent Sunday, in town while enroute
.Mrs. C. L. Davis returned to her
home in Ord Saturday after a visit with
For Rent Furnished 4-room apart
ment from Juno 1st to Aug. 1st. In a
good location. Phono 1105. 39tf
Mrs. Ray Snyder left today for Fair
mont to attend the state convention
of the P. B. O.
Miss Atha Miller of Hershey, spent
the week end in town as the guest of
Miss Katie Walter.
Best quality of all wool bathing
suits obtainable at The Style Shop,
$8.50 to $15.00.
Mrs. R. M. Stonner will leave to
morrow for California where she will
spend the summer.
Mrs. Nels Rnsmussen has gono to
Boleus, Neb., where she will spend the
summer with relatives.
Phil Worthey, of Omaha, spent Sun
day with Leon Stone, while enroute
on a trip to the coast.
When in North Platte stop at the
New Hotel Palace and Cafe. You will
hfi treated well. B8tf
Mrs. H. P. Page returned to Omaha
Saturday after a two weeks' visit with
her sister Mrs. Bloomburg. .
Mrs. W. M Daughrty, of Kearney,
arrived Saturday tfyepend a week as
the guest of Mrs. Ja. Smith. j
20 bars laundry joap for $1.00 at
McMichael's Grocery 42-S (
Ralph Ford entolalned twenty-six
of his classmates Friday afternoon in
honor of his sixth birth anniversary.
Khaki suits, dress'03 and, skirts just
tho thing for that outing br auto trip.
Mrs. Fred Fandy returned to her
home In Cozad Saturday after having
visited at the James Dorram home.
Mrs. W. J. Hendyand Mrs. W. P.
Snyder -wont toFalr,ih.pnt this morning
to attend the state convention of the P.
Tho Store Wide. -Sale of 20 OFF
at Tho Leader Mer. Co. is fast draw
ing to a close. Bo sure and attend lt
before' the close. '
Mrs. Chas. Herrod Vlll entertain tho
Indian Card Club Wednesday ufter
noon at the homo of her sister Mrs. A.
B. Hoagland. '
Just received another largtf ship
ment of marabous sqarfs and ostrich
capes. BLOCK'S. , ,..
Blaino Kitzmlllco now living in
Oakland, Cal., stopped over in town
yesterday to' visit with friends while
enroute to Chicago. i
To whom aro yoilj'gtting to sell yout
Hay and Grain? Tho"1 Harrington Men
cantllo Co. will offer the highest
prices. t 64tt
Tho lake in tho north river from
whence tho Union Pacific gets its
supply, of water for round houso pur
poses, is being enlarged.
One Dodge Brothqrsnow Four dopr
Sedan for immediate delivery! cer
tianly an ideal faijilly car. J. V.
Albert Haspel anil son .returned
Saturday from an auto trip to Omaha
and other points east. They expect
to soon leave on a trip to California.
For Sale 150 pounds of pure Ver
mont mapld sugar at 45 cents a pound.
J. G. Mcllvane, 115 west Third; also
have for sale nn assortment of fur
. A nine pound girl Was born Friday
morning to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fred
ericey at Elm Creek, where Mrs.
Fredericey had gono ' several weeks
Our Mid Season clearance Salo still
continues with reductions of 1-5 to 1-2
OFF regular prices. " BLOCK'S.
Our entire stock of Coats and Suits
at One-Third OFF regular prico at
., , Offered right now, just when you, are ready to buy your Dfress-Up Footwear
' These Stunning Models arc all offered in a line, soft Patent Leather and arc so handsome that
you will just want to buy a pair of each style. These sold regularly up to $11.00
And Are Now
' Priced at
Knowing the splendid values we have always given, this sensational
price should bring crowds into the store. Be one of the early ones to
attend this sale. Selection is better.
Come Prepared to Buy, You Cannot Afford to Lose out
North Platte, CUAC M ADK'PT North Platte,
Nebraska O fl i 1 I IX. Ji 1 Nebraska
SUNDAY WAS A BIG
DAY AT TABERNACLE.
JUNE 18-22. .
FIRST DAY JUBILEE.
Afternoon Boll Ringers, Male Quartette,
Evening Boll Ringers, Male Quartette.
Lecture Bob Whiston.
SECOND DAY PATRIOTIC DAY.,.
Afternoon Tho Old Fashioned Girls.- )jf)
ongs and Stories of 'CI In costume.
Eevnlng Tho Old Fashioned Girls. O
Cartoonist Beatrico Stewart Weller,
THIRD DAY MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
Afternoon Concert, Bostonla Sextette.
Reader Anno Radcllff fj
Evening Full Program, Bostonla Sextefto.
FOURTH COMMUNITY DAY.
AfternoonFull Program, Harvester Company.
Musical Comedy, In Costume.
' Evening Concert, Harvester Company. ,
' ' FIFTH DAY GRAND CLIMAX. ,
AfternoonConcert PhiHpIno Quintette. -
Lecture Rep, Will L. King.
Evonlng Full Program, Phillplno Quintette.
The Maxwell Chautauqua management extends a cordial Invitation1
to North Platte pcoplo to'onjoy those splendid eritortalnments. Drivo
down for tho evening. It's Just a jUco little trip. Come early and got
good seats. .,
Sunday was a successful day. Tho
morninir servlco Indicated that tho
town was gettingddown to tho King's
business. Tho evening service was a
record breaker. Tho tabernacle was
almost filled with earnest listeners.
During tho current week a big pro
gram is before tho community. Tues
day morning at 10 o'clock tnero will
bo 22 simultaneous cottago prayer
meetings in North Plattp. They, will
last 30 minutes only. The praying
pooplo of this toown will gather to
gether In this manner Tuesday, Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday.
I Late this afternoon an auto caravan
from the eastern part of the state will
arrive In North Platte. This caravan
constitutes the delegates of tho Stato
Sunday School Convention on their
I way, to Scotts Bluff, whero they will
convene This caravan gathers up the
'cars filled with delegates as it comes
I westward from town to town. The
dolegates have p'lanned to remain in
North Platto ovor night, After their
I arrival hero about 0 p. m. suppor will
1m nnntrnil A f 1 n m til Of A Will hn H
rnmiilnoii Rorvlco In tho tahornacle. .people would uso tho samo common
Some of tho foremost speakers In tho'senso In religion that they uso In bus
stato will bo on tho program. Rov.Iness or other walks of llfo.. You
Rayburn will shorten his part some-iknow neglect will kill a business or
What. This OUEllt to bo WOrtnwilUO .a num. il win mmi Kin your houi.
coming out for.
stant it is spasmodic. If I should Skirts made to your order. LatC8t
carry on a flirtation with another, wo- style. Fit guaranteed. You can
man of this town, you would say that I solect any material you wish and wo
am, untruo to Mrs. Rayburn. Yet how will make it up to your measure at
many Christians there nro who havo ?3-00 Spoclal. This offor is for This
vowed to Christ that they would bo Week oniy so como in at onco and got
true, to him; novertholess they walk a uaio or nuingt xno rentier Aior. uo,
arm In arm with tho world carrying
on a flirtation with It, bowing boforo
it, following It,
Tho thome of tho evening was: The
Most Deadly. Sin of Nobrnska, founded
on tho text: "How shall wo escnpo so
great .a salvation," this most deadly
sin is Neglect! Darwin proved tho
law of reversion to tho original typo,
According to thnt law our flno roses,
fancy doves, horses, or cnttlo rovort
to tho original common types. Just
let an improved plant or a high bred
animal alone and It will degenerate
Neglect will ruin a farm, a store, tho
human body, tho mind. Neglect will
also ruin the soul. In order to be lost
you need not fight tho church and'
prove yourself a downright vllllnn;
no, you can greet tho minister every
morning, speak kindly of religion, and
yet go to hell. Just neglect your
salvation and you nro committing 4ho
sin that kills. Rev. Rayburn plod that
Bargains In Used Fords.
1 Ford Touring 1017 $107.00.
1 Ford Touring 1917 $210.00.
1 Ford Touring 1918 ?4G0.00.
This car with wlntor top in good con
dltloii Hosseors anil other accessories.
IIENDY-OGIER AUTO CO.
Tho follpwing subjects will be dis-
W. R. jrnlonoy Is Honored
W. R. Malonoy, who attended the
cussed by Rev. Rayburn this week: Nebrftska stato Funoriu Directors As
tho universal ?iamuy, xueauuy v"- 80cIaUou Convention held at Lin
ing; ncaung ine i-araiyuc, we um.-a-coln( recolveti tno endorsement for to
day OVClling; Fatal Blunders, TllUl'S- nnnnlnfnmnt na flmlrmnn rt tlm n.ir.l
day, evening; and Friday evening,.,,. i;rnmlnnra - Rmi,nmPO nt n,n
Tiiree wars anu wnac inoy &au. ui o igtato of Nobraslm through tho roconv
of theso liars lives in North Platto !mommtoa of H H Antlef)( stat0 Roc.
and will no at.ino neeunB. au iuirs -retary of tho Donartment of Public
nro coriuauy lnvueu. ino evening Woifaro i a Bpeech boforo tho conven
sosslons hereafter begin at 7:45 in-'f.m. ,.. wlllch M AntnB nonirrntiilat(l
Stead Of 7:30. Uf- Mnlnnnv fnr tlm innnnor In wlileh
Noxt Sunday afternoon thoro will bo i10 had handled tho examination of om
men's meeting. Subject: "Big balmors and other business undor lis
Business." Watch for further an- control during tho past year. Mr.
nouncemonts. 'Antics In his speech boforo thoconven-
Sunday morning Rev. Itayburn's tlon stated that tho govenor was ory
subject was: "Tho Ono Thing God Re- much pleased with tho way In which
quires of Mo." Ho said God docs not (Mr. Malonoy had handled tho buslnos
demand of mo to bo good looking, or
to be a genius, but ho does request mo
to bo FAITHFUL,. To bo faithful
means to keep my word, my vow As
of tho. stato placed In his hands and
that ho had been sent down to tho
convention by tho governor to do nil
In his powor to havo Mr. Malonoy ro-
polntcd as dolcgato to tho Natlonnl
Funeral Directors' Convention to bo
a banker holds a note signer to his 'appointed. Mr. Malonoy was also np-
noto and as a bulldor holds a contrac
tor to tho specifications of tho plana:
bo God expects peoplo to keep tholr.hcld at Sprlngfiold, Mass., during the
vows,. Ho sold to bo rauiuui means to month ot soptemuor, nni tho uopart
do our duty. Who lauds a farmor as'ment of Public Welfare of tho Stato of
a hero for feeding his stock on a cold iNobraska appointed Mr. Malonoy ns
blizzard day? Tt is his duty to caro dologato from Nebraska to tho Nation
for his dumb brutes. So God expects al Embalmcrs' Convention to bo held
us to do mnnv things becauso It Is our in Philadelphia. As thero aro over
duty. If Jesus had shirked on tho live hundred lunorni directors belong
Cross, nono would bo Bavcd. Paul
was stoned, shipwrecked, scourged,
persecuted and finally died tho mar
tyr's death, If ho had been llko somo
of tho Presbyterians or Baptists or
othors ho would havo potored out ot
tho first fow stops, ' Mr. Rayburn Raid
furthermore that fnlthfulnoss moans
constancy nnd loyalty. Thoro Is n lot
of Meteoric religion; Instead of con- tlonnl. convention a tow yoar ngo.
Ing to tho Nebraska Association, these
appointments show In what high es
teem and rospoct Mr. Maloney is hold
fortho good work ho has dono,for his
uromors or mo prorossion tnrougnoui
tho stato. Mr. Malonoy has boon ono o
progrcsslvo lendors of tho stnto In his
profession for tho past sovornl years,
Ho was nppolntod dologato to tho Nar
tfnnnl nnn'vnnMnn n tnw vnnr nffn .
Big Electrical Sale.
We need the money, everything goes. This does not
jmean a drop In prices. We have to sacrifice our profits
which means your gain. We a$ not going to close to mark,
goods. We figure off our profit on a per cent base and
there you are. ,
All fixtures 20 per cent off regular prices,
All globes and lamps 10 per cent off regular prices .
Irons and Curling Irons, 10 per cent off regular price.
Fans 10 per cent off regular prices.
Farm Light Plants 10 per cent off regular price.
Water Systems 10 per cent off regular price's.
With the exception of Farm Light Plants and Water
Systems we must have cash with every order. But our,
guarantee is just the same as always money back if not
satisfactory. Evrything goes in this sale. Lasts one week,'
Monday, June 14th to Saturday, June 19th.
It will pay you to lay things away for future use.
THE PORTfeR ELECTRIC CO.
510 Locust Street
General Hospital Building
it FIFTH ANNUAL
A n 1 I n 1 a D
ugauaia iv u u 11 u - u ij
The Home of the Houml-Ups
JUNE 17, 13 AND 19, 1920.
,$3000.00 in Prizes
, And Many Trophies
Tommy Douglas The Cowboy Clown will be one of many
lilg features k
Under Sole Management of
THE KEITH COUNTY COMMUNITY CLUii
Come on Boys
Let's Go Scratch '
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