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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
CLINTON, THE JEWELER
& SON, The Eye Glass Men
Satisfaction 'Sure Try Us. Graduate Opticians
Sign o The Big Ring
We have placed on solo all of our short lengths accumulated
in the last few months and have some attractive prices on
Ull. O. II. CItESSLEll
Office-over the McDonald
LOCAL AJfD PJBHSONAL
Mrs. A. L. Pierce of Wellilect visited
local friends Wednesday.
J. G. Bceler transacted legal busi
ness in Tryon yesterday.
E. L. Aiilrews'of Tryon w&s an but
of town vjgitor JlVedn,efeday,j
Dr. J. SrSimms was a professioha
visitor to Bra)iy yesterday.
Cecil Cool has accepted a position
at tho Star Clothing House.
Mrs. E. N. McNomar of Paxton vis
ited local friends "Wednesday.
Miss Hettie Hlird is off duty this
week at tho W. J. O'Connor store.
Mrs. R. 'Metcalf. of Paxton visited
relatives in the city Wednesday.
Ira Sago of Paxton transacted bus
iness in the city Wednesday.
Geo. Roberts of Maxwell transacted
business in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. W.Ik N'ehring pf Hershey'was
an out of town visitor Wednesday.
Jos. L. Roddy is off duty at the west
crossing this week on account of ill
Attorne Leslie Daskins transacted
legal business in Hayes Center this
Mrs. Chas. Wender is reported; to be
ill at her homo on South Chestnut
Mrs. Ray Duvall went to Suther
land yesterday to spend ai4few days
Chester Cumming, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. W. Cumming, will leave to
morrow for Chicago'where he will at
tend the Armour School of Technolo
gy duririg the coming year.
Mrs. P. J. Norton left yosterday fo?
Grand Island to visit.
Mrs. Theo Lowe and granddaugh
ter returned, r0I Rawlins tho ilrst of
Dr. J. B. Rodfiold transacted pro
fessional business in Hayos Conter
Beautiful lino of Gage Hats. The
Leader Mercantile Co.
Miss Jennie O'Connell is spending
the week in Grand Islanu visiting her
Tho small son of Mr. A. L. Pierce
of Wellfleet ha his tonsils removed
ycstqrday at the Platto Valley, hos
COMING MEETINGS IN' THE 1
VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS OF
UiOOV'Flshers of Men."
8:00 Working Incentive.!',
These are particularly useful for making garments for school wear
WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE
Special business meeting and elec
tion of officers Monday, September 12,
8 o'clork at K. C. Hall.
You'll want to "get cleaned up"
havo the ,dust and dirt taken
out of your rugs. Of course
you'll, want it done the best
way. .-That's why we're telling
you about the
ELECTRIC RUG &
CARPET CLEANING CO.
914 East Third street. Low
Prices, Good Work, Quick Ser
vice. Free Collection and De
livery. PHONE 1039W
Miss Catherine Healey roturnod
Wednesday from Denver where she
visited at tho home of her aunt.
Miss Eunice Babbit left yesterday
for Lincoln where she will resume
her work in tho city schools there.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Young Wednesday. AU
concerned are getting along nicely.
Corbin Jones, of Cheyenne, visited
friends In tho city Wednesday while
enroute from Cheyenne to Omaha.
Carrol Stevens went to Julesburg
yesterday to spend the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Loudon and daughter
Mary returned Wednesday frjyj1,
lienver wnero tney nave ueen visiting.
Mrs. A. M. Howard arid, sons aro ex
pected today to return from Seattle,
Wash., where they made an extended
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Lamb returnci!
tho first of tho week from Curtis
where they visited at the R. N. Bak
Mrs. C. J. Tyrell and sisiter MIjs
Bessio Runnie of Omaha arrived Wed
nesday to visit their mother Mrs. An
Beautiful line of Gage Hats. Tho
Leader Mercantile Co.
Mrs. Crane's Sunday School class
of the Methodist church will bo enter
tained this evening at n water melon
social at the Louis Rofior home.
Miss Florence McKay Meft yesterday
for Chicago where she will attend a
music conservatory during the win-
Attorneys M. E. Crosby, J. G. Beel
er, J. T. Keefo and Geo. N. Gibbs
transacted legal business In Tryon
Miss Mary Temple, Maughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Temple will leave to
morrow for Lincoln where she at
tends tho State University.
Miss Myra White of Sutherland
shopped in the city yesterday. She
will leave shortly for Iowa whore sho
will enter Ames University.
Mrs. Hi Smith went to LeMoyno
yosterday to accompany Catherine
Pushman to this city where she wl',1
attenl St. Patrick's Academy.
Blankets, Blankets, regardless of
price they must go. We need tho room
for our Ready to Wear. Wonderful
values at $2.98, $3.98, $4.25, $G.98. Do
not overlook such bargains as these
E. T. Tramp & Sons. '
Tho Christian Science Society an
nounces a frco lecture on Christian
Scienco to bo held in the I. O. O. I
Hall, Tuesday evening, September
20th. Tho public is cordially Invited.
Tho Twontleth Century Club will
hold its first general meeting Tuesday
afternoon, September 13, at tho E. Y.
1. A. club room. Miss Dulcio Frater
will toil of her experiences as an
army nurse. All who expect to join
tho club aro urged to bo present.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. arid 7:30 p.
in., by Rev. T. C. Osborno of Scotts
A f,-ood attendance of tho members
is requested by tho . committee who
have been instrumental in securing
Mr Osborne to fill the pulpit for us
FIRST OF SERIES OF ROXING
BOUTS STAGED BY AMERICAN
are cordially invited
to inspect our com
plete line of Pianos
and Player Pianos
and the worlds fam
We have in all
styles, that Victrolu
you have been talk
Ask to see tho used piano we are going to offer for
$185.00. It has a splendid tone and is in excellent condi
tion. We also have some real bargains in used phonographs.
oberts Music Co:
KEEP a Corona in the
drawer of your desk I
When you vant to write
a confidential letter, or
dash off a memo you
can write it with Corona
quicker, easier, more legi
bly than by hand.
Call at the nearest Comm
store or we will dea.
Stone's Drug Store.
Folds and fits
in a nent carry
The Personal Writing Madimn
The Labor Day boxing bout was
called promptly at S:30 Monday even
ing. Tho first preliminary consisted
of P. J. (Yankee) Sullivan and Joe
Humphrey. Tho latter lacked consid
erable size anJ took an ovor amount
of punishment from Sullivan who from
tne crowd's viewpoint had him ou:-
classcd and gained tho decision. Tho
second preliminary between Duke De-
Vol anjd Blondy Springer proved to e
very interesting anj entertaining ns
th6y both showed considerable speed
and mixed fiercely throughout tho
bout Tho decision went to Springor,
a North Platte boy, who has been in
training for three months. Tho ma'n
ten rounjl bout between Roy Malone
anj. Harold Garrison was a good snap
py match. They were both exchang
ing blows rather effectively from tho
first round. Most of the npplauso was
for Garrison, presumably owing to tho
fact that Malone had him shaded
somewhat 1st rounjl, oven ; 2nd
round, Malone by a shade; 3rd round,
oven; 4th round, Garrison's; tho re
mainder of tho ton rounds were Mtt-
Tho whole program seemdJ to bo ap
preciated by tho largo crowd that at
tcn'ded. This is tho first of a series
of bouts to be staked by the American
Legion during tho winter months.
: :o: :
A baby boy was born to Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. F. Fisher yestorday. All con
corned aro 'diolng nicely.
- .MAHKIAGE lTlicOHI).
clerk, Gothenburg, and Miss Margaret
Lindcrstrom, teacher, Gothenburg.
Marrlil by Rev. II. E. llces, Metho
dist Church. No. Platto.
Sept. 3. Lee 13. Andorson, farmer,
Gothenburg and Miss Nola F. Alex
ander, tencher, Gothenburg. Married
by Rov. H. E. Hess Methodist Church
Sopt. 3. Geo. Ilorrman, farmer, Mar
cus Iowa and Miss Margaret Wend.,
Brady, Nebr. Married by Rev. C. F.
Koch. Luthorn. Church, No. Platto.
Sept. X Wm. SS. Daniol, printer,
Madrid, anj Mrs. Jcnnio E. Hixon,
telephone oporator, Madrid Nebr. Mar
ried by Rev. H. E. Hess, Methodist
Church, No. Platto.
Sopt. 3. John A. Wills, express em
ployee, North Platte and Miss Lottie
D. Bloslngnme, North Platto.
Sept 3 Clarence W. Beam, U. S.
Govt employee, Stapleton, Nebr. and.
Miss Cecil M. Harvey, teacher, Staple-
Following is a list of marriage 1)
censes issued by Co. Judge Wood
hurst during tho past week.
Sopt 1. Jas. S. Olark. Gothenburg,
Nebr., farmer nnjd Miss Sara C. Llnrt
berg. Gothenburg. Married by Rev.
Shenk of the Baptist Church, No.
Sopt 1. Jas. A. Lookablll, engineer
Ogallala and Mrs. Tlllio M. Mahorfoy,
Ogallala. Married by Co. Judge Wood.
Sept 3. Keith E. McCalg, postal
ton. Married by Rov. II. E. Hess.
Methodist Church, No Platto.
Sopt C. Amos R. Walling, farmor.
Palmer, Nebr. ana Mss Sara F. Foster
Sopt. 0. John M. Evans, Giles, Texas
and Mrs. Louiso A. Kilo, EddMlle,
Nobr. Married by Co. Judgo Wood-hurst.
Corner Cth and Locust
Put It On Time Deposit!
Tho money you get from your cropj
and produce put it on Time Deposit
at tho Platto Valley State Bank where
It will bo SAFE and where you will
get tho benefit of our friendly, helpful
Instead of LYING idle, this money
might as well be earning C per cent
interest during tho next six or twelve
months. We will wolcomo your ao
The Platte Valley State Bank
See our line and get our
WE SAVE MONEY
BROGUE, cordovan brown call" skin.
This seasons newest shoe for 8 .45
dress wear. The kind that sells tor $10. Our price
MANY STYLES IN ENGLISH WALKERS, plain, round
and box toes, bals or bluchers. All in the newest
brown shades. The regular $7.50 kind. Our Sg.45
For Saturday Only.
MENS DRESS SHIRTS, with or
"without collars. A regular $2.50
snirl. Saturday only $Jg.45
MENS DRESS SHIRTS, with or
without collars. A regular $1.75
shirt. Saturday only pC
MENS WORK SHIRTS, heavy grey, chambrey, double
Stiched throughout, double cufls, full cut. 72k
A regular $1.75 shirt.
NOT OVER TINt HE TO A CUSTOMER
The Little Store With The Big Values
WHERE LOW PRICE
CORNER FRONT & DEWEY STS..
110 East Front
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