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THE. NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
LOOM. AM) PERSONAL
Mrs. M. Gorman left this morning!
for Sidney to visit.
Mrs. Loy Evorlcy of Horshoy vis
ited in (lie city Wednesday.
Rugs dusted, cleaned or sized,
Phones 1030W or GG1W.
Frank Wright of Donvor arrived
Wednesday to visit in the city.
Paul Jones middies can be had In
cotton or- wool ut Wilcox Department
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Dlckerson of
Jlerehcy wore among the out of town
Hcauty and iftllity are combined In
FItform Girdleiercs. See tlio now mod
els at the Stylo Shop.
Mrs. G. Crane returned to her home
In Oshkosh Tuesday, after spending J
n fow days in tho city.
cW suit your sailor needs in Knox
and Flsk tailored hats. Seo tho now
models at tho Stylo Shop.
Try one of thoso beautifying rest
ful massages at tho Marinollo Beau
ty Parlor, Tho Stylo Shop,
Ilussoll Langford loft Wednesday
for California whero ho attends Lo-land-Stanford
Lot your sweator" bo Ti-Drndley, you
can buy it at Wilcor Department
airs. Henry Schultz of Grand Is
ahd is visiting' hor sisiters Mrs. Glen
MclCain and airs. John Connor.
J. A. aionroo returned Wednesday
from a month's visit with relatives
and frlonds in New York City.
Herbert Palmer returned to his
homo in Grand Island Wednesday
after visiting frlonds in tho city.
T. N. Arnold who has been trans
acting business in Lincoln for several
days, returned homo Wednesday.
air. and Mrs. Mbso aicFnrland nurt
daughter aiayballe left yesterday for
Bedford Iowa to visit relatives for
Mrs. Joe Schwaigcr anl daughter
aiuriol loft this morning for Glon
vll, Nobr., to spend tho week end
'"jttrs. aiartha Kelly roturned to
hor homo in Westorvllle, 111., Wednes
day after visiting at tho homo of hor
nlstor airs. 0. i Newman.
' air, and airs. Harley Donhann of
Kimball went to Wallaco Tuesday
to vlsitboforo returning to tho(r
' Dr. and airs. V. Lucas motored
to Curtis Wodnosday ' to vlsll tho
former's brother jind attend, tho fair
nt aiaywood yesterday.
W. V. Hoagland transacted busi
ness before tho district court at
Chappoll the early part of tho week,
returning homo Wednesday.
Dr. I. A. ailller, foot export, will
bo at tho J. C. Pony Co. storo on Oct.
1st; and 3rd. Bring four foot troubles.
airs. ai. B. Scott will entertain
tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock
tea at her homo in honor of aiiss
Hazel Barber, an Octobor brldo.
alias Frances Edwards camo Tues
day from Hastings whoro sho is
attondlng collego to spend a weok
with her mother airs. Jesso Edwards.
Tho annual meeting of tho Country
Club will bo held Monday evening in
tho Elk Club Room nt 7:30. A ban
quet will 1m served tho members ut
airs. Dlna Hawloy arrived yester
day from Hartford City, Ind. and
will niako hor homo in North Platto
In tho future with her daughter airs,
Dr. Roinsh and wlfo of Omaha ar
rived jestorday to visit at tho homo
of tho former's sister and husband
air. and airB. Joo Nolan.Thoy made the
trip by auto,
airs. Kennedy returned to her
homo In Clcavcland Ohio, yestorday
after visiting at tho homo of hor
mother, airs. O'Connor and sister
Mrs. F. C. Connoally.
Do not miss our Auction Sale at
2:30 and 7:30 each day. Wo .will
offur anything you suggost. 26 prizes
to tho first 25 ladies at afternoon
sales. Austin, tho Jeweler.
aiiBS Anna Carlson of Omaha wont
to Gothenburg Wednesday before
returning to hor homo. Sho has
been the guest of air. and airs. A.
Pat Lonegan and Clarenco GUlora
of Bouldar, Colo, will leavo today for
Wisconsin to transact business. Mrs.
Lonegan will remain In tho city for
a fow days to visit
Dick Baker spent Wednesday in
town onrouto from Omaha to Staple
ton. Ho marketed a hundred head
of steera and shipped back two hun
dred head of young holfors.
aiarlnollo violet ray scalp treat
ments cure dandruff and prohipto
tho growth of hair. Thoso treatments
may bo had in tho aiarlnollo parlor
at tho Stylo Shop.
aiiss alary O'Neal returned to her
homo in Lincoln today after visiting
at tho Win, Stack home. Sho was
enrouto from Loveland, Colo., whore
sho visited relatives, to hor .home:;'
Cdward Boguo spent la. fev jjays
tho first of tho week with litsjpa1iUs;
and attended tho Amejlcans Eolo.
IJarbecuo Tuesday evening. Ho ro
turned to Grand Island Wednesday.
A dollar saved is a dollar earned,
and you can save many by attending
our auction dally nt 2:30 and 7:30,
25 prizes to tho first 25 ladles attend
ing our afternoon salosr Austin,
airs. Anna Rannio and daughter
llesslo ' lof t Wednesday "f or . Portland
Oregon. From there' they will go
to points in California whoro they
will spend tho wlntor.
Helen aioorc will leave tomorrow
for Omnha to attend a btislnoss
J. W. Rotfecrantz wont to Cozad
yesterday to attend tho stock ;nnd
produce show. "
A baby was born to air. and airs.
Edward Grady yesterday. All con
cerned nre doing nicely,
Wo suit your sailor needs in Knox
nnd Flsk tailored hats. Seo tho now
models at tho Style Shop.
Eleanor Roddy accompanied Mnr
garot Tottonhoff to ""Choycnno last
evening to spend a few days visiting.
airs. T. F. Drtimmey nnd Bister
aiiss Edna Jonson of Omaha went to
Lomoyno this morning to spend tho
Dr. I. A. Miller, foot expert, will
bo nt the J. C. Peny Co, storo on Oct.
1st nnd 3rd. Bring four foot troubles.
Mis Laura Drotzer left this
morning for Denver to spend tho
week end at the homo of hor sister
airs. Georgo Smith.
air. and Mrs. I, A. Gilbert ana
airs. J. W. Rosoncrantz motored to
COzad this morning to attend tho
stock and produco show. n J
Now is tho time to buy Jewelry at
your own price. Como nnd seo us.
Our auction is hold daily at 2:30 and
7:30 P. ai. Austin tho Jeweler,
Jamos aisNeol, Geo. Brown, John
aiathoison, and Wm, Poters loft yes
terday for Omaha to attend the fun
oral of their late brothor Chas. Brand.
Tho funoral will bo hold at 2 o'clock
At the Sun
TODAY AND TOMOltXOlV
"Tho Lore Special"
At the Keith
"Tho' Butterfly Girl"
i . v. ?
"The Golden Hope" J,
At the Crystal
Tho Heart Line"
Foot suffering is needless
Let the Dr. Scholt
demonstrate to you
that you can gain
complete foot coin
exnert L .
coming to our store
OCTOBER 1st nnd 3rd.
J. C. PENNEYgCO., North Platte.
He is a member of the staff of Dr. Wm.
M. Scholl, the recognized authority on all
foot troubles, and is here for the benefit of
our patrons and others. All who come to
him will have their cases carefully studied
I -II I 1..! 1 1 '
anu wui uc nuviscu now to pain
immediate relief and complete
Examination and advice free
We want everyone with bother
some feet to take full advantage
of this opportunity. Come in any
time while Dr, Scholl' s Foot
Expertis here; heknows just what
is to be done and will tell you how
to have easy, comfortable feet.
To strengthen !-t -die t
areh and to ... .'
forming of bunions, fjr,
Stholl's Toot.tia-ur has
been especially designed.
Light, springy, comortabls
No matter whether the trouble is corns,
callouses, bunions, weak arches, flat foot,
cramping toes, "rheumatic" foot and leg
pains, weak ankles or something else, Dr.
Scholl's Foot Expert can demonstrate to you
on your own foot the proper cor
rective appliance to give relief
and ultimate correction.
Improve' foot appearance
Dr. Scholl's Appliances actually
improve the grace and beauty of
the feet. No oddly shaped shoes.
Wear the kind you like in per
fect comfort. Don't wuit until
the last minute and maybe lose
your chance to get foot comfort.
For Snl6 Baby carrleage. I'liono
Found Tiro on rim. Call at this
offlco nnd identify.
For Sale Ono ton .Republic truck,
in good running order, phono 10.
For Kent. Two nicely furnished
ronis, strictly modern. 408 B. Sixth.
lVniitcd Fresh young cow. Must
bo tested. Phone G47W.
For Sale r. lots. Call 703 W. 11th
between 8 a. m. and 2 p. m.
For Sale RIpo tomatoes $1.00 per
bushel at the Elmwod Farm. It. F. D.
For Sale or Trade Overland tour
ing car. Will take cows in trade.
Ilackler at Birgo's East Yard.
For RentRoom. 214 E. Third.
For Snlc Corn shredder. Can be
seen nt tho Valla Vista Farm. Butler
For Snlc Two hard coal burners
and ouo soft coal stovo and ono dining
table. 408 E. Sixth.
IVaith'd Girl for general house,
work. Competent girl can command
good wages. Phone 132 .
For Snlc Apples, $1.50 per" bushe
C miles west of town. Old Dillon
ranch. Phono 780F220. Goorga
For Sale Ono Itndlant Homo hard
coal sovo, good as now. A. O. Kocken,
220 West Sixth street.
To Trade House nnd lot 'it
wasli house, lien houso nnd barn for
horses, cattlo and machlnory. 306 E
10th. Phono 941 W.
Wanted Young women of good ed
ucation and rlgh moral character tol
train for nursing in tho Bishop Clark
son Memorial Hospital, Omaha, Nobr.
Tho training school is up to dato and
is accredited. High School education
required. Good homo conditions arc
provided nnd personal interest is tak
on in each student.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money
refunded nt Pizor's Store.
NOUTII PJjATTH ENGINEER 'viO-
TIM OF RAILROAD ACCIDENT
Word was received hero early
Wednesday morning telling of the
death of Chas. II. J. Brand in the
St. Joseph Hospital. Interment will
bo made in South Omaha whoro Mr.
Brand's mother resides. Mr. Brand
was an engineer on tho first divis
ion running from Nortlt Platto to
Grand Island and was well known
among tho local Tallroad men. Deatii
was duo to an nccldont which occured
in tho Kearney yards on Wednesday
Cnnfnmltni. .1 nffri wVitnli Mi Tlrnnrt
was immediately taken to Omaha for
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-Fancy Plaid Blankets
$0.95 a Pair.
SIZE 64X76 INCHES.
Don't forget the dates come in sure
IN ORDER TO ENCOURAGE AND STIMULATE EARLY BUYING OP PALL MER
CHANDISE WE ARE GOING TO OPPER FOR ONE WEEK, COMMENCING TOMOR
ROW, SAT., OCT. FIRST, SOME SPECIAL VALUE GIVING BARGAINS.
IT WILL BE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO COME IN EARLY AND GET FIRST
CHOICE IN THIS UNUSUAL MONEY SAVING EVENT.
en9s and Young Men9s Suits
OF THE FINFST ALL WOOL FABRICS
Faultlessly tailored in this Falls veiy ntvvctt styles. Suits that are selling regu
larly up to $42,50, we are offering for this week's special sale at
31 UN'S MACKINAWS
Made of tho highest grade
Viackinaw cloths, regularly a
coat, for this salo
BOYS' MACKINAW'S $ J3 5 O
Made of tho highest grade wool
macklnaw cloths, regularly a $7.00
coat, for this salo ,
31 KN'S WORK VESTS
I'uu leather lined, glovo leather 5
sleeves, regularly 11 $G.60 vest, for this
SHIN'S solid leather shoes
Cordovan brown inSTfc75
round toes or English
walkers, regularly a J)
$4.G5 shoe, this salo at
MEN'S DKESS SHOES
Plain or fancy cordovan $ J 95
English, regularly n Sl
$0.9.0 shoe, for this sale
AH wool suits, plain or belted models,
full lined pants. Sell regularly at
$12.50, this sale
SI'A'DE LAST HUOGUE
This fall's newest', shoo Jj45
creation, regularly an Ink
$S,C0 shoo, for this safe
MEN'S 1VOKK SHOES
Heavy, solid, all loath- $f90
er work shoe, rogulav- 9
ly a $4.00 shoe, for this d
This Store Closed Monday, October 3, on Account of Holiday.
MEN'S DKESS SHIRTS
Of fine oxford nnd madras cloths, $1 25
many boautlful patterns to cnooso
from, regularly a $2.50 shirt, for this
SILK FOUR-IN-HAND TIES
A wonderful selection of tho newest
fall' shades to choose from, regularly
a 50o tie, for tris salo
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS
nSoj 'poj .to UAojq 'uoaja nt 0-8 5
lnrlv n 54.(10 nhlrt. for this salo
MEN'S and VOUNO MEN'S TROUSERS
Blues, browns nnd and greens in neat gr 45
stripes, regularly a S4.G0 nant. for
Ml la anln
Many other extreme bargain! will be on sale which space wll not permit us to
tlon. Come in and bo convinced how far your dollar will go here.
THE LITTLE STOItE WITH THE MG VA LUES, t
WHERE LOW PRICE
MENS UNION SUITS
Extra Heavy Weight
Grey ribbed, closed crotch
Union Suits, F
regularly a 1.50 IJI
garment for this J
CORNER FRONT & DEWEY STS..
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