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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
If gas were sold at the corner
grocery llko othor things, would
ltjjo cheaper? Yes, indeed. By
paying cash on delivery and car
, rylng your gas with you, you
could got a big bag full for a
penny. And for a dbllar wqll,
wo leave It to your Imagination.
But that isn't the most Inter
esting thing. The fun would
commence when you tried to
uso the gas. "Now that I have
It,i' you would say; "what am 1
going to do with It" And Im
mediately you would discover
that you had bought the wrong
thing; that It was gas service
you wanted and not a brig full
There Is a big difference.
(Has without service Is of little
uso to. anyone. But pus with
vprvlce Is a necessity. One Is
mero vapor; tho other, fuel
clean, 6fficIont, rollablorcady
when you want It, where you
You speak of street car serv
ice, tolephono service, train J
sorvlco, mall Borvice. Why not
(,'us service 1 That's what you
buy, uso and pay for.
North Platte Light &
LOOK WHAT'S COMING
Tho Kinerlcan Legion will hold a
mooting? Irtij the Firemen's hall.
baptist, j4V l ,
;irl.-00 "Tho Giant and Uio Viper." -
8:00. "Shadow. fiaBtlngi 1
11:00 Holy Communion and sermon.
8:00 Evening prayer and sermon."
April 29 William Fred Most, 30,
farmer, lloscoo, and Miss llolon M.
Oamblo, 18, Ogalalla. Married by
Acting Judge Blankenburg.
April 29 Lloyd II. Swnnaon, 22,
farmer, Horeford, Colo and Miss May
F. Lehms, bookkeeper, Horeford, Colo.
-Married by Rev. H. E. Hess.
April 28 Albert E. Kilpatrick, 30,
tolegraph operator, North Platto, and
Mathlldo E. Nestroni, 29, Muskegon,
, 11:00 "Seeing, but Hearing Not."
ii:uu "iicaumg tno uau or uou
8:00 Sermon. J&
There will bo tho regular morning
and evening services.
I To the American. Legion will enter
I tain at a party this evening at tho
Firemen's hall. '
The. W. R. C. will hold a social at
tho Episcopal club houso on Saturday
afternoon of this week.
D. A. R.
Sioux Lookout chapter will moot
Monday ovenlng with Mrs. F. C. Kooh.
A good program will bo given and
there will be election of officers.
Rov. C O. Holm from Brady will
preach horo at tho Baptist church,
Tuesday, May 9th at 8:00. All who
understand tho Swedish language
aro heartily welcome.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
W. C ,Shelver left Wednesday for
Chicago, 111. Ho will also go to Bos
cobel, where Mrs. Shelver will join
him enroute home.
J. M. Nolan arrived Wednesday from
Wood River, Wyo., and will spend a
fow days horo visiting his brothers,
Joo and Paul Nolan.
- R. L. Cochran will return tomor
row from Oshkosh and Chappell
whero whero ho' spent four days
Mr. and Mrs. II A. Brooks will re
turn' tomorrow from Kansas City
where they attended tho national pho
Earl Stamp leaves tomorrow for
Grand Rapids Mich., whero he is a
dolegato to the musicians convention.
He will bo gone a week.
.The general meeting of tho North
iPlatto Woman's club will be hold at
the homo of Mrs. T. C. Patterson. Mrs.'
R. A. Garman is the leader. I L. Bare
Will speak on civic problems. Reports
o ftho district convention will be
I. O. O. F.
Will hold a meeting in tho hall
Thursday, May 11. All Odd Fellows
and families, Rebekahs and friends
are invited. Tho meeting is Uio an
niversary of tho founding of the order
Twenty-five year membership badges
will bo 'conferred on members en
titled to them.
A REAL INVESTMENT
I find tho public (rightly so) now
days to bo sovero crltlcs5 and not at
all satisfied with cheap merchandise
at cheap prices, but know quality and
insist on buying dependable goods at
RARE BARGAIN IN PIANO
Wo hnvo a hlgh-grado piano in our
posesslon nt North Platto. For quick
disposal wo will groatlysncrlflce tho
price. Terms if responsible. Writo nt
onco if Interested to tho Denver Music
Co., Denver Colo.
L. & S. Groceteria.
ants. m. henry gilfoyl
Teacher of YoJco Culture
Art of Singing
Res. Studio 10S W. Third Phono 114 J
OTIS R. PLATT, M. I).
' Physician uiul Surgeon
Diagnoss nnd Treamcnt
Over Union Stato Bank
Office Phono 29GW Houso Phono 29CR
GEO. B. DENT
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention Given to Surgery
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Office 130 Residence 115
M. A. Oberg, traveling passenger m.ico tlmt fits 0le n0cketbook. With
agent for the Chicago, Milwaukee and thls ln view, I have secured a fabric,
When in Omaha
STOP WITH US
Our reputation of 20 years fair dealing
is back of these hotels. Guests may
stop at any ono of them with the as
surance of receiving honest value and
CONANT HOTEL COMPANY
St Paul was in North Platto Wednes
day transacting business.
Springs newest coats, wraps, capes
suits and silk dresses at one-fiftli to
one-third off at Blocks May Reduc
Tho Robokah lodge held a special
meeting Wedne$day evening and sev
eral new candidates were initiated
into the special work put on by tho
Mrs. W. A. Buchfinch and children
left last evening for Grand Island
whero they will spend the week end
with Mrs. Buchfinch's mother, Mrs.
Mrs. H. L. Williams and Mrs. C
A. Williams both of Gothenburg visit
ed friends In North Platte Wednesday.
Thoy also attended the opening of tho
Tho Auxiliary to the American Le
gion will hold a party at the Flro
en's hall tonight Tho, loosing side
of tho membership drlvo will enter
tain tho winning side and all the new
tho very finest all-wool unfinished
worsted, made by the largest house In
tho world. I have this made up in
sport, single and double breastod
models, for young men and men who
stay young. These suits aro retailing
all over the country at $45 to $60 in
sizes 34 to 42. You can see tho pat
terns and models in our window. Tho
tailoring Is of tho very beat and I
claim this is tho best suit value of
a good many years. All models and
patterns at ono price, $25 $25 $25.
Uio Suit Man.
Special bargains for Saturday, May
G at Whittakor's Millinery and Spec
ialty Shop. Ono lot of hats at $3.00
and one lot of trimmed hats formerly
priced up to $13.50 for $5.00. These
prices are for Saturday only. SaleB
final and for cash. 50G Locust St.
Under General Hospital.-
Wondorful skirt valuos'at i4.98 and
$G,98 at Block's May Stock Reducing
We 'are. making a special display this week of
Table Clothes and Napkins. The patterns are un
usually fine and the prices aro the lowest we havo had
for several years. This will give you a chance to buy
presents far June Weddings or to replennish your own
Linen Chests at a moderate cost.
The HOLEPROOF Store
On Sale One Day Only
Saturday, May 6
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. And Back Curtain, Complete
Saturday, May 6, we will sell genuine 'amcoM 32 ounce Ford Tops and Backs with
bindings, etc., completo at this price. This is tho same piece of goods you have been
jr paying $12 to $1G for and wo guarantee them to be first class. We only havo 25 on 9
Bn1r ntifl will lint enll nilv till S A. AT . Sntiinln.v. Wo will nnt Ihnm nn fm 61.7K nvtvn
4t w' v m a a x 1 1 m m ssuu wwa s a v a Ps.&va J I fw ll l ia.w ViiMiit W m. W V A I U J V il -
charge if you wish. ,,,,
THESE TOPS WILL COST YOU $13.75 IE YOU A HE A DAY LATE
m iu est oixin oiruoi z
I Platte Auto Trimming Co.,
REGISTRATION NOTICE TO
Tho law requires that all voters In
cities of 7,000 or moro rosistor at the
offico of tho City Clerk. At tho last
city election an opportunity wns glvon
to register at tiho polling places and
most of tlioso voting registered. There
was, however, less than half of the lo
gal votors of tho city who voted at
tho city election, all of whom will
want to voto at tho primaries In July.
In order to accomodato them tho city
will bo prepared to rcgjsior voters
during all of tho month of May at tho
offico of tho City Clerk. It only re
quires two or threo minutes and wo
nsk all voters to register who did
not at tho last election.
Thomas F. Ilealcy and A. W. Shilling,
Commissioners of Registration.
O. E. Elder, City Clorlr.
Fred Temple, Dr. O. H. Cressler
Carl Bonner and Rev. Mooro left this
morning for Ogolalja, Lowellen nun
Oshkosh in the Interests of tho ordor
of Do Molay.
W. P. Snyder transacted businoss
in Paxton Wednesday.
Wilcox Department Store
Wc place on sale for Saturday
Ladies' Pure Silk
and other standard makes,
Shoes That Fit
When spring comes and leaves bud,
and tho grass grows green, and tho
air turns soft and warm and fragrant,
aro'nt you going to feol a lot younger?
Of course you are. Winter Is old nge.
Spring Is youth.
Prepare for it now. Start now to feol
young. Buy flexible, comfortable
shoes. Nothing in your wnrdrobo can
hurt you jnoro than Uio wrong kind
For appearance, you will llko Canti
lever Shoes with thoir graceful, sen
sible lines, their modlBh low and med
ium heels, their fino materials and
For comfort and Uio avoidance of
foot troubles which so many women
noodlo8sly oxporlenco, Cantilever
Shoos aro In a class of thoir own, fam
ous and praised tho country ovor.
Thoy are inado with flexible arches
not tho rigid shanks you get ln or-
dlnafy shoes. This flexibility of tho
Cantilovor Shoo, permitting frco cir
culation and strengthening action pf
tho foot muscles, enhances tno graco
and youth of your walk.
3 Pairs $2.50
Colors cordovan, lark, nude,
light grey, gun metal, Russ?a tan.
Not more than 3 pairs to each
Cantilever Shoes keop your foot
from gottlng tired, holp you enjoy tho
out-of-doors. Improve your health. You
will enjoy wearing Cantilevers; for
thoir trim appearance as won aa tnoir
Wo nro tho cxcluslvo agonta for
Cantilovor Shoes ln tins torritory
Como in and seo thorn.
DR. S. E. HUPFER
Erncst Shiftman prettnu
tAMEROH of the,
from Ralph CoiUlorS Stirring Story
IVith Qaston Qlass Uivicnnc Osborne and,
Produced bylVinnipeg . ,
AT THE SUN,
Sunday, Monday & Tues.
At last we have arrived at the conclusion that we can
best serve the people of this community in one store.
We have sold our threo little stores and are prepared to
give you better service than ever before. Here are a few
bargains that goes along with service.
1 gallon can Blackberries .08
3 No. 2 cans Hominy .21
1 pound Pig Bar Cookies .15
1 pound Ginger Snaps ' 12
1 to 8 pound box Soda Crackers, per pound : .12
1 pound package Seedless Raisins .22
2 cans Peas .2!!
I large bottle Heinz Catsup .25
One y-pound can Baker's Cocoa - .25$
One -pound Hershey's Chocolate 1 .21
4 large bars Fairy Soap T, .28
1 pound Soap Chips ' .10
3 cans Shinola Shoe Polish, black or brown .25
Gamble & Springer
822 North Locust
These Ilargulns aro for Saturday and Monday, May 0 and 8
317 East Fourth Street.
A Safe Place to Trade
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