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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
CLINTON, THE JEWELER
CLINTON & SON, The Eye Class Men
Sign of The Big Ring Satisfaction Sure Try Us. Graduato Opticians
DR. 0. II. CKESSLEIt
Offlco over tho McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
J. Connor of Omnhu visited frlondB
in North Platto yesterday.
Frank Lowe of Oslikosh transacted
business In the city yesterday.
Mrs. O. Carlson of Gothenburg
shoppod In tlio city Wednesday.
A good Watch for the. Boy's Grad
uation, .Clinton & Son, Jowolora.
Tho Travel and Study club will meet
Monday with Mrs. E. It Goodman.
II, Brooks of Lexington transacted
business in North Platto. Wodncaday.
Wondorful skirt values at $4.98 and
$0.98 at Block's May Stock ltcduclng
Sale. ' '
Mrs. D. Galo and Mrs Walter Gale
of Gothenburg wore city visitors Wed
nesday. Dixon Optical Co., glasses fitted.
Mrs. A. D. MIddloton and sou of
Gothenburg woro visitors in tho city
Misses Emily and Klslo Howes at
tended tho Shrlnors convention In
Hastings this week. ; ..
Francis NorrJn returned Wednesday
to Choyenno after .visiting' friends
hero for three days-,
W. V. Hoagland 16ft 'Xant evening
for SIdnoy where ho wJlLtjransact. bus
iness for several daya,x.
Mrs. W. J. Stuart' loft last wool:
for Denver whoro flhcyjs visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Harris Stuart..
Dr. L. J. KKAUHEt'.Dcntlst, X-l(ay
Dlat'iioslf.. McDonald Dank Building.
Mrs. W. V. HoaGjund "ftttendod tho
district convention of tho Ilobokah
lodgo in Brady yestefjtayji , ( . ( .
Miss Iyrtlo . Konprthy roturncd
Wodnosday from Omaha whoro she
spent a week visiting friends.
Mrs. J. h. Dick wont fo Brady yes
terday whoro sho attended tho Ilo
bokah lodgo district convention.
Mrs. Mario Mottln loft yesterday
morning for Oberlin, Kans., whore
she will visit friends for a wcok.
Mr. Jind Mrs. Chester Bell left this
week for Cedar Ranius,, la., whoro
thoy will ma'ico tholr futuro homo.
William Whttlock loft Wcdnosday
or his homo at Fort Collins, Colo.,
after spending a wcok hero visiting
Byron Stogall returnod to Chicago
Tuosdny after visiting his parents, Mr.
ahd Mrs. Win. II. Stegall for threo
W G. Richards, formerly of tho
Malonoy otoro, has accoptcd a posi
tion with a hardwaro company at Lar
Thcodoro Totonhoffnnd son, Mol
vin roturncd Wednesday to Choyenno,
after visiting friends in Uio city for
BOYS HELD DAY WAS HELD
WEDNESDAY AT THE FAIR
All tho schools of tho city wore
dismissed at 1:45 Wednesday whon
tho boys, headed by tho Cadet band,
marched to tho Fair Grounds and held
a track and field meet. Tho afternoon
was directly managed by the boys'
committees of tho Klwanls and Rotary
clubs. Tho boys woro divided into
three "classes nnd tho events with
winners In each class were as fol
lows: Glass A.
100 Yards Wilson, first; McGinloy,
220 Yards Rector, first; Bunnell,
440 Yards Hastings, first; Simon,
880 Yarrds Stroup, first; Roberts,
Mllo Houso, first; Roborts, second
220 Hurdles 'W. Snyder, first; A.
Shot Put Tost, first; Simon, bcc-
Polo Vault Bunnell, first; Loftus,
High JumpWobcr, first; Loftus,
Broad Jump Rector, first; Yost,
50 Itanls Lopack, first; R, Miller,
100 Yards Lcpaok, first.; R MUlor,
220 Yards B. Snydor, first; Be
440 Yards Dean, first; Fltzpatrlck,
Illfth Jump Dean, first; Fltzpat
rlck, second. . , i.
Broad Jump Johnson, first; Wins
GO Yards Mricombor, Irilrst; ".Navl
aux, second. !
100 Yards Navlnux, first; Over
150 Ynrds Macommbor, first;
Ovorman, Bocond. .
High Jump Yost, first; Krlng, sec
ond. j Broad Jump L. Wilson,, first;
j At a mooting nt tho Franklin audi
torium tho Bamo evening Keith Novillo
presonted medalB to tho Avlnnors In
Class A and knives to tho winners in
Class B nnd C. All second prizes
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Little boy's wash Hats from GO contB
to $1.00 nt Wilcox Dopartmont Store.
Andy Wessberg spent several days
in Omnha arriving homo last-ovcn-
Mrs. Louise Loan of Denver is In
tho city visiting hor dnughtcr, Mrs. II
Howard Brown spont several dnys
hero last week visiting his mother
Mrs. Cora M. Brown.
All spring suits, coats and silkj
dresses at one-third to ono-flfth off
nt Blocks, Stock Reducing sale.
Tho Junior class of the Senior High
Hchool will hold a party at Lamp
All spring suits, coats and .silkH
drosses at one-third to ono-flfth off
at Blocks, Stock Reducing sale.
Mrs. B. Blnnd will arrive Saturday
from Lexington to Uiko chnrgo of tho
MoVlckor Millinery Shop.
Dixon Optical Co., testa oyes.
Mrs. A. B. Goodwin arrived Tuos
day from California to tlslt her sister,
Mrs. Dorsoy Loypoldt
Chris Sawyer and Ed Dixon re
turned today from a two day fishing
trip to tho Threo Mllo Lake.
Miss Margaret Sullivan will arrive
tomorrow from Grand Island to visit
her sister, Mrs. Hernion Schleuter.
Mrs. Fred O'Mara nnd daughter left
yostorduy for Brady where they will
visit Mrs. O'Mara's parents for sev
Springs newest coats, wraps, capos
suits and silk dresses at one-fifth to
ono-thlrd off at Blocks May Reduc
ing salo. m
James Babbitt loft yesterday for
(Lincoln whoro ho will, roUuporato
frou a nervous breakdown nt tho
Green Gables Sanltorium.
jm - .
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
Pay Day at the Sun.
Don't wait till it goes to see Pay Day. Go, he is paying out
overtime rates in Silvei Dollers in his latest Comedy.
LEGION BASE BALL
.. Following is tho schedule of games
announced so far nnd tho results of
games played to date by tho North
Platto American Legion Base Ball
April 23 Legion 2; Gothenburg 0.
April 30, Legion 8, Maywood 1
May 7 Brady, there.
May 10 Scot'tsbuff, .here.
May 11, Scottibluff hero.
May 14, Gothenburg hero
May 21, Maywood, hero
. May,28, Omaha, Seml.proresslonat
Rov. and Mrs. F. C. Koch returned
this morning from a week's visit. In
Judgo Woodhurst Is reported to bo
recovering nicely from tho opera,
tlon which ho underwent somo time
Come In and see me when In need
of Farm Loans. At the prosont time
I can mawko a few Farm Loans.
T. O. SWENSON
UNION STATE BANK
Anyono desiring to bo transforrefl
from ,ono. school district to another
for school purposes, should mako
application to this offlco before tho
annual meeting. Persons who havo
been transferred but dosnot need tho
transfer privilege any moro should
notify this office to that effect.
AILEEN G. COCHRAN.
For quick Bervice and fresh goods,
cal 49G. Koontz Grocery.
C. E. Empson of Ogalalla Is in
North Platto attending court.
BARGAINS USED FORDS AND
1 Chassis $ 50.00
1 Touring'' G5.00
1 Touring with startor 28500
1 Fordson 190.00
1 FordBou 240.00
1 Fordson 2G0.00
HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO..
Phono 34 North Platto, Neb
Safeguarding Idle Money!
You nro taking a chnuco of loss
when you keep cash on hand with
which to pny bills. Dopostt this mon
ey in a chocking account hero and
pay bills by chock.
Evory chock you wrlto is a legal
rocolpt for tho monoy paid out as Uio
person receiving it must ondorso bo
Wo wolcdmo shocking accounts both
from firms and IndlvldnulB and pledgo
friendly, willing Borvice always!
The Platte Valley State Bank
L. Sr S. Crocetcria.
AH with flower
(Miles, (owns and conn- .
The flowers that bloom &
In tho country nnd In Ufa
tho bothouso can be r
made to fcol at homo In
your own homo and
we'll teach you free of
expense how to care
THE NORTH PLATTE m
r LORAL CO. Jr
ROWERS AND PLANTS K
WE AREAS NEAR TO YOU
AS YOUR PHONP
Choice lot of young Rod Poll bullB
at farmors prices at
PAYNE'S DAIRY FARM
South Dewey Stroot
Is your wlfo lonesome whllo you are
away? Send hor Tho Trlbuno.
Mens Packer Grain
Genuine-grain leather inner sole
genuine oak soles or kromelk
soles. Special price per pair
Sixes 6 to 12
Mens guaranteed fast color seam-
15c A PAIR
6 Pairs for 75c
Colors black, blue, cordovan,
Corner Front and Dewey
SPECIAL FEATURES WMTTEN IN COMBINATION
WITH STAND A1U) LIFE POLICIES
Non-Cancollablo Accident nnd
Doublo Indemnity Provisions.
Disability Incomo Clause.
Monthly Llfo Incomo
Puro nnd Installment Incomo'
Premium Waiver Clause. -Post
Full Participation In all
Insurance that Insuros Protection that Protects
Fidelity Reserve Company
Homo Office Fourth nnd Locust Streets,
North Platto, Nob.
Picnic Hams, per pound .17
(3 packages Comet Rice .25
3 packages dried Sweet Corn - ' .25
Bushel Apples, (none rotten) 1 1.75
2 heads Lettuce .15
1 can Corn ' t jq
2 cans Peas : 05
1 pound split White Beans .15
3 No. 2 cans Blackberries .59
2 packages Dates , :r ' .25
33 bars Laundry Soap j.oo
Fresh Vegetables and Strawberries
A few Early Ohio Seed Potatoes left Try a bushel of
our Table Potatoes at $1.25, they nro dandies.
Xovl Insured with.
;fvv s a . n
lv The Nebraska farmers suffered losses from rJul
' storms last year of more than $1,507,000.00.
1 Have you overlooked the fact that the season is
at hand when your young crop should be pro
tected by hail storm insurance? When you take
out your hail storm insurance, insist that it be
written in a Nebraska Insurance Company.
Keep your money in Nebraska, by patronizing
only Nebraska Institutions.
Our facilities for settling clnitrs nnd making adjustments,
mnlre it advisable for you to do business through our com
pany, owing to the fact that we are right here on the ground.
Omaha Liberty Fire
Fire Wind Hail Lightning
Keep your money at home. Insure with a Nebraska Com
pany through your local agent:
Roy Rice, Maxwell, Nebr., Phone 4
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