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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1921)
NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
We Have Just Received the Latest Creations in
Madam Flanders' Dresses and Blouses.
CLINTON, THE JEWELER
CLINTON & SON, The Eye Glass Men
Sign oi The Big Ring Satisfaction-Sure Try Ui?. Graduate Opticians
DB. 0. II. CJtESSLEU
Qfflco over tbo McDonald
LOCAL AJfD J'UJISOKAL
Mrs. Qlon Connor roturnod to 15. C. Ilutler of St Louis lott yon
Koarnoy Wednosday after visiting tcrilay for Kunsas City nftcr visiting
MISs Emma Hvorctt. j nt tlio homo of his hrothor S. 13. Dut-
1 Mrs. Wilfred Stuart camo yesterday , lor.
from Lexington to spend n fow days
at tho W. F. Stack homo.
FVcU Vaughn ofi Donvtor
James Oulloy Wednesday.
'or Hay Fovor boo Dr. Shafror.
Frank Plolstiokor transacted busi
ness In Wallaco and Dickons yostor
day. Dr. F. W. Miller, Dontist, Keith
Georgo Tnayor returned from Ma
drid yestorday whoro ho spont a fow
Mr; rind Mrs. Fayo Drowor of Hor
shoy visited Mrs. BcsbIo Show W(jl-nosday.
Dr. F. W. Miller, Dontist, Kolth
' Theatro Building.
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Trout and son
loft tho first of tho wook for Kcarnoy
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Wyman loft for
Yollowstono National Park by auto
Dr. Ii. J. KltAUSl!, Dentist, X-Jiay
DlagnoxiK. McDonald Bank Building.
Mrs. Isaac Doats loft yostorday for
Choyonno to visit at'tho homo of Mrs.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs'
E. R, Clark Wojlnosdny. All concornod
aro doing nicely.
Cody Boal returned yestorday from
Cody, Wyo. whoro ho vlflitod Ills grand
mother who is 111.
)Mrn. draco Wilson roturnod to hor
homo In Maxwoll aftor visiting at tho
Fvor llay Fqyor soo Dr, Shaffer.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm, Flkes and son ot
St, Louisaro expected today to visit
at tho Mlko Hayes homo.
Dr. I W. Miller, Dontist, Keith
Mr. and Mrs. C. Logan of .fllaywood
returned to their homo aftor visiting
at tho Dean Logan homo.
Mrs. Geo. Frator Is in Omaha this
wook attending a mooting of tho stato
officers of Womon's Clubs.
(Misses Sylvia arjl Saujo Fxazlor
aro off duty at tho W, Jy O'Connor
atoro on thoir vacations.
Mrs. John Whlto of HillBdalo, Wyo.
and Mrs, Goo. White- of Sutherland
shoppod in tho city yostorday.
Dr. F. W. Miller, Dentist, Kolth
Mrs. W. A. O'Donnell and Miss
Adolo LoDIoyt will leavo tomorrow
for Donvor to spend a fow days.
Margaret Walkor wont to Cozad yes
torday whoro sho will moot hor father
and nccompany him to this city.
Mrs. J. McMichaol returned to hor
homo in Maywood Wednesday aftor
visiting hor daughtor MIsb Irmal
Mrs. Josoph Nolan accompanied hor
brothor and wlfo Dr. and Mrs. Rolnch
to thoir homo In Omaha yestorday.
Mtsa Bertha Thoolocko of Omaha
I who has boon visiting at tho homo of
1 hor brothor 0. II. Thoolocko and Mls3
Gortrudo Hill of Elmcrook who hasj
' boon visiting nor sister mibs myrno
i Hill loft this morning for Los' Angeles
,to spond the summer.
! SAY IT WITH FLOWERS j
North Platte Floral Co. -Flowors.
! W. Twelfth Streot Phono 1023. We
dollvcr and ship nnywhoro.
Mr. aiii Mr. John Doltolf and son
John arc expected to roturn today
from Indiana whoro they have been
Mr. Deal returned to Fremont yes
torday after transacting business !n
tho city In tho lnterost of Midland
Miss Iloso Moriarity returned to hor
homo in Grand Island ycstonMay after
transacted business In tho city yes
Mrs. W. A Bryant and granddaugh
ter went to Maxwoll yestorday to nt.
oj1 a ,piarty given by 'tho Royal
MrB. iThonrpson oD JH)orshoy and
guoBt Mrs. Bender oC Philrttoilphl.i
tvisjtcd Uocal Jfrlon.Js iand relatives
Mrs. W. Potors and chlldron loft
yesterday for Myrtle Point, Oregon,
to visit at tho homo of her sister MIhs
Misses Emma ana Graco Brown who
have been guests at tho J. E. Sobas
tian homo left Wednesday for ,Penn
sylvanla to sponI tho summer . .with
MADE GOOD LOOKING w' ,,
That linoleum or oil cloth on
your kitchen or bath rooav
floor, whon It becomes dull and
worn looking, can bo mcjl'o to
look almost Uko now again wltli
Chl-Namol Llnoloum Finish.
It Is heel-proof nnd water
proof. STONE'S DRUG STORE).
AT. JULY Id. 1
Forty or moro North Platto business men have united in a Community
Sales Day which will bo held Saturday, July 16th. On this day unusual
reductions in prices on Bomo particular articles of merchandise will be
made by each of tho parties interested in tho sale. Tho prices at which
these articles will bo sold aro guaranteed to bo at or bolow wholesale
cost price, and this guarantee is made over tho signatures of the com
mittee whoBo names appear below. It is further guaranteed that the ar
ticles offered will not bo out-of-date or shelf-worn merchandise, but of
tho bes,t class in tho respective lines.
There' will bo published in Tho Tribune and Tho Telegraph of next
Wook an advertisement from each of the participating merchants telling
of tho articles to bo offered and tho prices at which tlioy will be sold,
and when you read tho prices tho committeo is certain that you will
concludo that Saturday, July lGtli, will bo a real bargain day in North
,M. J. FORBES,
fly". R. MALONEY,
J, Q. WILCOX
These garments have been selected
with the very best 6f care to prove
satisfactory to the individual desiring
high grade as well as exclusive . mer
. They express, an individuality that
other garments do not have.
ThilnQnow open for your ap-
Do Not Wait Until Best Numbers Have Been Selected.
jrOSGL'It 3LIS0X 3I00NEY
Joseph M. Mooney was born nt
Charleston, Mass., In 18C1 and died
at Denver, Colo., July 2, 1921 nt tho
ago. of 60 yoars. In 1880 ho camo to
Nebraska, settling at Lincoln whoro he
wont to work for the Burlington rail
road. About a year later ho moved to
North Platto and became an employee
of tho Union Pacl'fla, entering the
train sorvice. Ho was a freight con
ductor In 1888 and benmo a passenger
conductor In 1898. Until about five
years ago ho lived atNorth Platta
;whofo his -family was'ritlscU and his
boat years of sorvlco wero given. He
joined tho Masonic fraternity In 1890
and roachod the Royal Arch Degree.
Mr. Moonoy dlod at 5:45 .last Saturday
of spinal monongltls, htfvlng survived
his wlfo by only a few months.
Tho funoral services wero hold In
Donvor anu Interment was mado
there.. Fifteen North Platto Masons
wore at tho grave, whero tho services
wero conducted by members of Platto
Valloy Lcjlge No. 32 of this city. The
pall-boarers , all Masons and mom-
b.ers of tho Ordor of Railway Con
ductors, wore Wm. McKoown, Fred
Letts, iGoti SnjlOi, Tom Guttshall,
Wm. Mlnshall and Geo. Ammond.
Two daughters survlvo. They are
Miss Rornlco A. Moonoy of Denver
and Mrs. Mao Nowman of Marysvllle,
Kansas. ' .
Emmet Shumway left yesterday for Dr. F. W. Miller,
Sidney to transact business. Theatre Building.
ON SALE ONE DAY ONLY
SATURDAY. JULY 9th
Pure Thread, Silk Faced
With extra stretch rib top
with mock seam
Mrs. R. M. Howard of Flats, trans
acted buslnoss In tho city.
Thomas jOrton and son went to
f Omaha and Lincoln Wednesday to
A baby boy was born on tho fourth
.to Mr. anjl Mrs. M. M. Baker at tha
Platto Vnlloy hospital.
Mrs. A. J. Sherwood of Rock Spring,
Wyo. arrived Wt(lnesday to visit at
the A. F. Phlpps homo.
Dr. F. W. Miller, Dentist, Keith
Whon in North Platto stop at the
RItnor Hotel. Savo a placo for your
family. RooniB 50-75-$l. Thoroly ro
novntoti and undor now management.
Colors black, white, cordovan, African brown,
gun metal, navy.
The Home of Holeproof Hosiery in North Platte.
I FACTORY FATIGUE
j;t nud its rolatlon to loworod
ii moralo and lessenod output j'-
The chlot causo of factory
fatlguo with its resultant
discontent, spollago and less- j;;
ened output, says Dr. Har- h
rington of tho Massachusetts
on moro qujckly from oyo
strain than from any amount
ot muscular work." Un- .
knowingly . most workors Jit
aro constantly straining jjj
their oyos taxing thoir nei'- !
vous system sapping their
For hlghor moralo, greater :
efficiency and increased out- g
pupt from omploycos, it bo
hooves manufacturers to in-
Hist on proporly corrocted -
vision aH a prlmo requisite 't
for employment. Workers
should bo roforrcjl to com- J(
potent Optomotrists for perl- !
odlc eye examinations. ft
Exhibits in this class limited to county precinct ex
hibits in the name of a society or person";"
Nothing herein shall prevent an individual-exhibitor
from having his exhibit scored and recelvingqual con
sideration for score made.
For a collective exhibit it must be grown on the farm
of tho exhibitor and cultivated by the exhibitor.
$1,000.00 will be divided among the precinct exhibit
5th $ 75.00
6th s $ 65.00
7th , $ 50.00
8th $ 35.00
Fifty dollars additional will be given to the exhibitor
making tho highest score in each precinct, $40.00 to tho
second and $30.00 to the third. This does not bar an in
dividual from competing for the collective exhibit provided
ho obtained exhibits from his own field.
Any individual exhibiting stuff from any Held otlir
than his own will, bo barred from prize money.
Any precinct exhibiting stuff grown in his own fl 1
outside their respective precinct will be barred from t j
S. M. SOUDER, Sec'y.
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