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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1920)
Even though you have glasses you ought "ever so often"
to have your eyes TESTED, to see whetheJ or not the glasses
you have FIT your eyes.
If you do not wear glasses, come in and find out whether
or not you need them.
We charge you NOTHING for testing your eyes and only
a MODERATE PRICE for glassss if you need them.
CLINTON, The Jeweler.
" TUB SIGN OP THE BIG RING.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Pencils. Dlxtih, the
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Office over the McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
, Nrs. Kolth Novlllo loft Wednesday
Mrs. Joo Bobout left Wednesday for
tior. homo in Horshoy,
Watch Dixon's windows.
William Halloran returned to his
homo In Paxton Wednesday.
Georgo Rose, of Sterling, was a
business visitor In town Tuosday.
Mrs. M. II. Troolstrup left Wed
nesday for a visit In Grand Island.
Mrs. Chas. Boguo loft Wednesday
for Lincoln In tho Interest ct the Itch
yMrs. lit 0. Chamberlain left Wed
nesday for Sutherland to visit for
Doi'ot fall to tako advantago of
tho rcduccd prices at tho Walker
Mri?Robort Hoaston and daughter
Christina loft Wednesday for tliolr
homo "In Horshoy
. Pearl heads, fancy beaded handbags
( purses, mesh bags, ovcr-nlto bags, all
on salo at SJ5 discount this week
only. Austin's Jcwolory.
William Hawley, Howard McMlchael
pnd Henry HmiFin has been elected
to the Count: y Club.
iMr. and Mrs. Harry Kelso returned
last Sunday from Grand Island whero
they spent tho week end. u
Mrs. Ralph L. Ford ontertnlned a
number of friends Wodncsday after
noon at a Kensington and dinner.
Mrs. R. W. Boyd and Mrs. Stacy
Cox left Wednesday for their homo. In
Ogallnla after shopping In this city.
Harry Plzor loft Wednesday for Lin
coln whero ho will visit his brother
Joo who Is attending tho University.
Mi Graves, who has been employ
ed In tho McVIcker Millinery store
returned to Lexington the first of tho
Diamonds Diamonds Diamonds
Last weok of salo a. 15 discpunt.
Mrs. William Tolfer , of Elray.
Wis., camo Wednesday to visit at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lane, of Oma
ha, camo Wednesday to tako chargo
of thocommlssary for tho now Union
Mr. and Mrs. Wayno Rouso of Grand
Island, returned to their homo Thurs
day, nftor attending tho wedding of
Mr, and Mrs) Wifpur Green, of
Julcsburg, returned last Sunday ovon
ing to tholr homo nftor visiting Mr.
Green's mother for somo tlmo.
YOU OWE IT
to yourself, your family, your community
to take your place
IN THE CHURCH
Find That Place
next Sunday in the'House of God.
First Evangelical Lutheran Church.
5lli and Sycamore Streets.
Rev. C. Franklin Koch, Pastor.
; Morning Worship 11 o'clock.
Evening Worship 8 o'clock.
" Sunday Schoolt 9:45.
'.V . w,
Mlko Garrlty Is roportd to bj ,sor-
Mri John Tollloln loft Wednesday
Diamonds of beautiful lugtar and
reasonable nrlces at Dixon's.
Mrs. Fred Loypoldt, of Horshoy, Is
visiting friends In the city.
John J. Lions, of Lincoln, Is visit
ing at the homo of Tod Boguo.
Deano Richardson arrived ttftlay to
lslt at the C. S. Clinton homo.'
Mrs, W. V. Vanarsdall loft Wed-,
ncsday for hor home In Ilorshey.
Mrs, E. Halfloy, of Hershoy, was a
business visitor in tho city Wodnos
day. 0. E. Williams, of Gothonburg, is
reported to bo ill at tho Gonoral Hos
ReVj and Mrs. Mackintosh will 'loavo
tomorrow for their new homo In
C. M. Ilaydon and W. Kllloh ro
lurned to tholr homos In Wallace yos
terday i '
Mrs. Ralpli Hansen and daughter
will lcavo today for Omaha to visit
Something now Adam Verdi t Desk
Set at $2000, seven pieces. Dixon, tho
Miss Eft'io Durbln has accepted a
position with tho Loypoldt anil Pen
A beautiful Dutch silver pitcher
displayed at Dixon's would make a
most wonderful gift,
Mrs. N. J. Snow, of Fresno, Cal..
Is visiting at the homo of her daugh
ter MrH. Lem Bailey.
B. J. Vandcrhoof,. who has been
visiting In Omaha for a few days re
turned homo Thursday1.,
Mrs, Georgo Brown loft Thursday
for Wilcox, Nebraska, after visiting
her brothor L. ID. Olson.
Now fancy canteen bags just arriv
ed. See dur winjlows. C. M. .Austin, J
Joweler. ! '
A baby boy was born last' week to
Mr. and Mrs Fred W. Welsgerber. '
All concerned aro doing nicely. 1
Clara Sorenson left Wednesday for '
Grand Island whero sho will attend
tho wedding of Miss Elizabeth Weir; )
James Morrow returned tho first of
tho weok from Huntington'r ina.'j
where ho was called by tho death 'of
his wife. , ,
Teachers from out of town -will re- i
colvo tho quickest of service with the '
oyes at Dixon & Son's as thoy grind
their own lenses.
Mrs. Andy Olson, of Minden. loft '
Thursday for her homo nftor visiting 1
at tho homo of It, E. Olson in this
Orllo Brown, who has boon in the
sorvlco at Maro Island, Calif.. ,fqr,
somo time Is, expected home this
Mrs. N, Clough of Ogallala loft yes- j
torday morning for hor homo after
visiting nt tho Ifbmo of Mrs. Chas.
Mr. and Mrs, Vornon Mann and son
returned from Denver yesterday whero
thoy had been visiting tho hitter's
I havo a very now assortment of
trimmed hats in all colors and suit
able for all ages in my '$6.50 depart
ment.. VILLA WHITTAKER Block's
Mrs. Chas. Yost loft yesterday for
Fremont to visit her son Charles who
Is attending Midland College and from !
Uioro they will go to Lincoln to at- !
tend tho football games.
Four hundred und twenty-flvo dol
lars will buy a fivo hundred dollar
diamond at Corner of Front and
Dowoy until Saturday night; C. M.
Mrs. A. P. Kelly and daughter
Sarah entortalncd Monday evening at
a shower In honor of Miss irmn
who Is 'to bo married Boon. Tho oven-
Ing wns spont In doing fancy work.
Dainty refreshments woro served
Dr. and Mrs. Georgo B. Dont gave
a dlnnor part at tho Union Pacific
dining room, Tuesday ovcnlng, in hon
or of MrB. Sarotta Harrison, Mr. und
'Mrs. S. E. ManBfleld of Central City
and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Tout.
Every Bchool child should havo
their eyes tested to glvo them an
equal chauco to get good grades as
other chlldron do. Dixon & Son, Sight
Tho Lookout Campflrd hold its reg
ular mooting nt tho homo of Dorothy
VanCloavo Wednesday. Only two of
tho momborB woro absent. Aftor tho
regular business of tho Campflro, Mrs.
VanCloavo served apploplo a-la-modo..
Sovornl shipments consisting of sli
ver wnro, cut glass, Pyralln ivory and
novoltlos Just nrrlvod and aro inoludod
labour 25 discount salo Salo amis
Saturday night. C. M. Autln, Jowolor.
THJ HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES.
And Here's Our Reason
Whicn You Will Appreciate.
Simply (because the people are demand
' ing more moderate price Suits and he
cause we are going to supply demands.
We sacrifice all profits for the time being
in order to keep things moving actively,
and to dispose of enormous stocks.
NORTH PLATTE'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN.
Editor of Tho Tribune:
How many fathers and mothers in
North Platto,' know that tholr child
ren, both boys and girls, usually In the
teens are facing tho penitentiary one
or two nights every week. Section
8G43 of tho Statutes of this Stato in
"Whoover wilfully, and forcibly,
breaks and enter into any dwelling
house, office, public building, or other
private building, etc., with intent to
rob, or commit any fqlony, or with
intent to steal property of any value,
shall bo punished by Imprisonment In
tho penitentiary not more than ten
years nor fess than ono year, etc."
Last Monday night boys of this age,
forclvly broko Into two homes In
North Platto, one in tho cast and ono
in tho west end of town for tho pur
pose of robbery., In one case thoy
succeeded and took refreshments in
tended for guests in tho homo. Thoy
may havo thot this was mero sport,
but It was a crime. This class of
crimes has been systematically car
ried on In North Platto for sometlmo
and bunches of these boys and girls
go about whero they know parties are
being hold and commit these robber
ies. They violate tho law above quot
ed and can ho put In tho penitentiary
People generally know who compose
these parties. On ono occasion theso
robbers woro shot at People under
tho law havo tho right to pi-otect tholr
own homos which aro sacred to them.
Will the parents of these children
waks up and control thom or will It
go so far mat somo or tnem mnu in
tho penitentiary, or are Injured or
killed, whllo committing this crime?
Tho theso boys and girls may look
upon this as sport, aro they not mak
ing an elegant start to become pro
fessional thieves and robberB when
they aro grown up- Their work even
now Is skillful and thoy adopt ruses
to ontlco tho hosts away from tho re
freshments which havo boon prepared
for tho party, while thoy break in and
steal this property. Will this con
duct tond to make good citizens of
theso boys and girls?
! WM. H SHUMAN. ,
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FORD USED CARS.
1917 Touring $195. OC
1917 Roadster 250. 0(
1917, Roadstor 310. 0(
1919 Ford Ton Truck Body Cab. 525.00
IIENDY OOIER & CO.
Ford Sales & Sorvlco
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Tills wook only owing to tho scar
city of room wo will glvo a 10 dis
count on all cash orders purchased.
Phono 212. STEGEMAN'S GRO
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Wo grind lenses In our own shops.
Plxon & Bon,
Martin Crabb, of Paxton, was in
town Tuesday visiting friends.
Outing flannel, 50o value at 35c
Tho A. T. Johnson Dept. Store.
Mrs. H . Grady left Wednesday for
a short visit in Hershey.
Only a few days left of tho removal
sale at tho Walker Music Co.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. McKeo, of
Evanston, 111., who havo boon visiting
at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. William
Morris left Monday for California to
spend the winter.
Ladles wrist watches. $25 to $100.
Dixon & Son.
The Lady Trainment will hold a
Kensington this afternoon to tho K. P.
Hall at three o'clock. All members
are invited to bring a friend. A ton
cent lunch will be servetL
is taught to read and write in
"The Learnin' of Jim Benton"
a great western picture.
Saturday Sunshine comedy CHASE ME.
Monday Billy West comedy THE DREAMER.
Crystal, Saturday and Monday.
to an PATRONS.
I havo received notice of shlpmont
of Santa Anna cannod fruit. Will no
tify you wlion it arrivos.
MRS. O. A. PLUMMER.
Friday and Saturday
A GUARANTEED FLOUR, 48 lb, ; $g0o
1 Good four-stltched' Broom . .48
1 Lb. Good Ground Coffee. . .40
2 Lb., Un ground Coffee ,- ' ,35
1 Can Bon Bon Baking Powder M q-
3 Can Peas
3 Cans Corn . ,'
1 Lb. Horso Shoo V
1 Lb. Star Tobacco
2 No. 2 Cans Hominy
1 Gallon Pumpkin b--j,
20 Bars Laundry Soap
5 Bars Toilet Soap 05
1 Largo Packago Rolled Oats .33
2 Cans String Beans . .
2& Lbs, Navy Beans
2 Packages Matches
1 Bar Lava Soap r.t1-,.iiiij 07
STILL HAVE A FEW CRATE PEAGHES LEFT
SUGAR IN 100 LB. LOTS.
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