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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1922)
LOCAL AM) I'ERSfrNML
Dixon Optical Co. frliids lenses.
Mr and Mm. Olnnrm left Wetftm
tlny evening for their lioine In Ogal
nlla after attondlng, tho funornl of
Mrs. Anna Soyforth.
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Aldon, tholr dnughtor, Miss
Holon .Aldon and tholr nloco, Miss
Jeanotto Aldon of Kimball, started
yesterday morning for an auto trip
to tho Paclflo coast. Thoy will stop
at places enrouto to visit, to fish
and to soo tho sights. Thoy will bo
gono two monlis or more.
Earl B. Payno yesterday filed for
tho nomination for County Treasurer
on tho Progressive ticket. Mr. Payno
Is a painter who has been qulto ac
tive In tho union labor field In North
Platte, having served aa ariSbfflclal
In .tho Painters' Union and In tho
Central Labor Union. Ho Is woll
known among tho trades and crafts
of tho city.
Saturday. June 17
Indies Holeproof lloslcn;
Puro Silk Laco K
A $2.00 valuo, a pair
Men's Holeproof Hosiery
Fino Slllt Lisle.
All colors, 4 pairs
Men's Vast Color Hose
Doublo llool and Toes.
JIcii'n ClialiniTs Union Suits
Short sloovo, nnklo length.
$2.00 value, suit
Mom's Alhlelle Union Suits
Fine qunllty Nainsook.
75c valuo, 2 suits
Sfcn's Ono-Pleco PiijninuB
,M:ulo of fine Madras. sh 4
$2.50 valuo, suit
Men's Dress Shirts
Values up to $2.50.
Men's Kluikl Shirts
Two pockots, nil slzos.
Men's Dress Caps
Values up to $2.50.
Men's Hathlug Suits
Values up to $1.
Men's Knitted 'Ties
Values up to $1,00
Silk Wash Ties
Men's White Hnndkcrchlcfs
Ono dozen for ....
Children's Wash Suits
Values up to $2.50,
Boy's Kneo lWs
Values up to $2.00
Men's Leather Prim Glorcs
4 pairs for j
Mea's Horsehldo Gauntlet GIotos
Values up to $2.50.
Men's Work Shoos
Values up to $3.50.
Men's Press Shoes
Values up to $C00.
PUT IN YOUK SUPPLY
NORTH TLATTE'S MVJSST
UP TO THE MINUTE CLOTHTEItS
POJl MEN AND YOUNG MEN
Entertain nt Sliouer
Ml ses Evelyn Leypold and Lottie
I, " "
i iii l itT. e! , m .
of Miss Holon Swnnson who will bo
i . . .,,.,
married this month.
1 Mrs. W. V. Iloagland entortaincn
Tuosduy noon at a gingham luncheon
In honor of Mrs. J. J. Halllgan who
...in iin..,. .. ,m. i
in tuii.u suufl 1U 11 1 U)V. x uij luuji
schemo was carried our In different
Entertained nt Shower
Mrs. Oda Roberts and Miss Eleanor
4tuiJuii,o uijiujuuiiuu m, u cut glass
all nil ft ( n9 (liH T H f
Dww iiuiiu ui mm iiiu iUUHUU,
a brldo of this month. Tho afternoon
was spent In sovornl little contests and
hemming dnst cloths for tho bride.
Country Club f .
Directors of the Country Club hold
a meeting Wednesday ovcnlng -and
revised tho by-laws allowing lady
members to., entertain tholr guests.
Formerly only tho members should
enjoy tho prlvlegcs of tho club house.
Tho mombors of Job's Daughters
and Do Molay will hold a party this
ovcnlng nt tho Masonic hall. Tho ovon
Ing will bo spont In dancing, tho mus
ic being furnished by a DoMoluy or
chestra. At tho clo80 of tho evening
dainty refreshments will bo served.
Tim studonts who have returned
from school and tho boys and girls
who belong to tho country club will.
bo entertained Friday evening at tho
country club. Thoso entertaining are
Mrs. E. N. Ogior, Mrs. G. B. Dent,
Mrs. a M, Nowton and Mrs. It. C.'
Entertains t Shower (
Tho Lutheran Girls club hold a
surprise miscellaneous showor Tuos-'
dny ovcnlng at tho John- Bakor homo
in honor of Mrs. II. E. Smith, fonnor-
i nit, tri.. ti.- mi 1
j ...idij xiuiuil IJIUH.-l. illl! UVUIMI1U Wa
, i ..i... I.,,,-..
"i"" i'i"j "its tuius unu Luiiiin;
fortune At tho close of tho evening
.1 ilfffntv Innol,,, w Brv.i r.
a dainty luncheon win nftrvml TTro
Smith rocoivod mnny pretty proscnts
Miss Anna Schwordt formerly of
tills Cltv and .Tnlltl Mlllnr nt fXnvanv
wcro quietly married Juno 7 at Ghey-r
onno Wyo. at tho lmmn nf tim iiriiin'a
parents. Mrs. Miller was a student of
tho local high school last year nni"i
is woll known among tlnT younger
ffillis. Mr. Miller is employed by tjio
railroad ns a car repairer. Tho young
couplo will make tholKjfhomc in C'.iey-
" . ,
Tho members of the Kiwanis club
hold their regular mooting Monday
at tho Elks homo. Mrs. W. J. Blrk'ofor '
of Gothenburg gave a very Interest-'
lug and Instructive- talk on "Camp
firo as a Comunity Asset." Visitors!
at tho club woro Mrs. m. E. Crosby,' and also redecorated theooms
Mrs. Edward Turplo and W. D, Dea-' i. u t.,i w; 1
kins. A commute; .was appointed by,thJU0" , 1 We1now.hav1e
tho Chamber of Commerce to look' lirst c ass modern, clean hotel,
for a sito for tho now Yoeman home.100"18 "V the week. 2.0 up.
Mr. T'loy will leave In a few days' N r,0Q
for Dos Moines to transact business
vuii,ui iiniH mm liutv iiuiiiu.
Piano tuning, Holloy MubIc House.
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Can you read this policy?
Yoti don't die to win '
It doesn't inert-ase in piHce?) ' .
It means cask in old, age.
Insurance that Insures from
ages to 65 i
Any form you desire on terms to suit
you call or see
tSTABLISHED IN I9IO
THERE IS NbNE BETTER TO BUY I
. rfc Kohami
sjf 7(n 0s0'
THE NORTH PLATTE
Hrowiiflolil ariirplij- Wedding i
The weddlnj of V. I). Drownfleld
and Miss I.oretta Louisa Murphy took
place at high noon Wednesday June1
11. Father McDaid officiating. The!
young couple we'ro attondod by Mr.1
unrt Mrs. Joe Murnhy of this cltv..
mmt unc,0 of ThM brdo
Woro a beautiful riroai of whlto goor-
B0tto crepe tI,nmc,, w,th 8l,k 'nco
... -...i ...... .
iiianui niiii u wuug picuiro nai. one,
,., !. . ,
V.W.IUU t I.U1 OUgU UUUtlUUb 111 UllUUIj
roses. Aftor tho ceremony a reception)
r rolativoa was hold at tho home of
tho brldos mother. Luncheon was
florve(I at ono o'clock. Thoso serving
worn MIrhoh Kmlfli. Wnrrlnefnn nml
Iim Tho color scheme was carried
out In green and whlto and ns the guest
wcro seated Mrs. C. J. Pass sang
"Little Boy Blue". Tho young couple
left on number eleven foi a honey
moon 10 ue spent in Denver ana Colo-
The brldo is oon of North Platto's
" ost prominent youn.; women hiving
spont most of her llfo in this city. She
has been city librarian for a number
of years. Tho groom is ono of tho
most prosperous farmors of this coun
try and is nlso a well known Hvo
stock auctioneer. The out of town
guests wcro Mrs. and Mrs. Oeorgo
Brownflold of Ilershey, Mr. and Mrs.
Doll Brownfleld and daughter of Hor
shoy, Miss Mary Kennoly of Preston,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hayashl living west
of tho city announco tho birth of a
baby boy yesterday. The baby died
ton hours later.
Mrs. James McGovorn ,of Denver
loft Wednesday ovcnlng for her home
after attondlng tho funeral of tho
Into Mrs. Soyforth.
lor "r wnoro,
f duatlon oxerclsos of her nephew
t0 bo 1101,1 t,,oro thls eVcninB
nay LlncoIn returned Monday from
Houston, Texas whore ho attondod tho
National covention of tho Brotherhood
of Locomot'Ivo Firemon and Engin-
BURKE'S CASH GROCERY-
' : ;
, - Sells forLoss.
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rapo "Ul ' onc" , "
Corn Starch - ;10
Dried Ponchos, 23c lb. 2 lbs'
Wo havo Corto Makes
Got our prices on chick feed
and cow feed.
Chop Corn, 2o lb. por 100 lb., -t$1.25
Bran, nor 100 lbs.
Shorts, por 100 'lbs. 1.50
Wo glvo trade buttons for your
Wo givo trade buttons with every
purchnso, good -for your choice of
six beautiful sots of aluminum ware,
Wo dolivcr anywhere, uny time, and
1 Sell nt "Cnsh and Carry Prices."
( HUItKE CASH GROCERY
ril0" 971 fi21 1'st li,t"r1, St.
We have chanced management
115 West 6th St.
0. S. Spillman
Training, Ago, Experlonco and
Moral Stamina. , ,
A graduate of Nebraska Univer
sity Law School,
Former County. Attornoy.
Member of Constitutional Con
volution." Ask The Man Who Knows Him
SKMI - WEEKLY TRIBUNE
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U11 "-wi-uno nan ot acout or-
flco. B. & L. Building.
WANTED Slnglo man wants work on
iarm. Auuross Hi. U. liox 1UU.
I rnti nlKfui tt. i - .
ru" j r unuBiiuu unu uuium-
Ished rooms for rent, Phono G95W.
FOR SALE Spring chickens, 40o a
pound, for Saturday only. Mrs. E.
S. Gllnes, Phono 5C4 J.
WANTED Good man with car to sell
city and farm trndo on commission
basis. J. V. Romigh.
FOR SALE Tomato plants 15c per
d(zen. Cabbage 50c por hundred.
L. Iv Tucker Phono 698J.
FOR SALE Ono span 3-year-old,
broke mules, or will trade for Ford
car. Notify box 207 Sutherland, Neb.
FOR SALE Ono adjustable dress
form; also all kinds of beo sup
plies. Phono -139W. C20 W. 2nd.
WANTED To buy a second hand
typewriter stand, In good condition.
Wrlto T. S. caro Trlbuno office.
STRAYED From tho Wyman farm,
west of town, ono mouse-colored
Jenny mulo, branded "7Y" on right
shoulder. Phono 1152W.
FOR RENT Improved irrigated ten
acro track, adjoining Sutherland.
F. C. Leach, care American State
FOR SALE Two bargains. 25 B.
touring. Good chassis, fair body.'
$100. 18 Studobaker 7 passengor, tour
ing, good. $250. J. V. Romigh, Gara
ge. FOR SALE Two Shorthorn bulls.
Ono two years old; ono threo years
flld. Just right for turning into a
hord. Experiment Station, W. P. Suy
FOR SALE OR TRADE Lot 2 Block
13 A. C. Taylor's addition to North
Platto; Make us'q cash offer Will
consider a good - automobile whii
nryl Johnson, Scottsbluff,
STRAYED OR STOLEN From Wm.
Baley's jfnrhi 1 miles west of
North Platto. 3 head horses block,
buckskin and roan. Manes roaebed.
Please call 783F2 lit. 1 Bx. 2.
Wo have this day sold and delivered this fhiur to tho following merchants in North Platte:
Clayton Grocery, 111 South Maple St.
East End Grocery, 709 East Fourth St.
Burkes Cash Grocery, 621 East Fourth Street.
Brestol Grocery & Meat Market, 413 . Chestnut.
Koontz Grocery, 116 East B St, .
Llork & Stnck, C07 Dowey St. ' '
UubIi Mercantllo Co. 602 Dewev
Johnson Department. Store, 016 Dowey St."
Turpon Grocery, 112 East Front St.
Tho Economy Grocery, 512 Locust St.
McKaln Meat Market, 108 East SIxtlj St.
Wostonfold & Son, 723 Locust SU
Try ft sack of this Flonr
We are always in
WANTlfiD A Salesman CftpaJllo of
calling on merchants, to head
quarter in Nortn Platt. man with
oar profirod. Roforenoos required.
Central State Socrot Sorvlco Bureau,
Dept. D. Lincoln, Nebraska.
Watch tho Whittaker Shop windows
for bargains. .
Francis Loudon of Donvor will grad
uato this evening from tho Denver
High School. Tho graduation exer
cises of all tho high schools of Den
ver will bo held in tho city audi
torium. Francis formerly lived in
IT - 7S
' 1 n Icpafiamounlj
Cf' M 1 Qiclurey
iSentimental Thmmv f
MABEL TALI APE R.R.O
The storv of a lad who foupht lilro a fCrn'oh nf M
r O ----w m m. m.mm fjM W V 1 VA
for a painted lady 'slaughter whogwashis queen. Set
amid charming scenes in the old Scotch Villsge of
TRY O U R
This new flour is made irom the best hard
winter wheat,- grown in Lincoln county. By
our process we make a wholesome and nu
tritious flour which is guaranteed to be first
class and give absolute satisfaction or money
DeForest Cash Grocery, 813 North Locust.
Gamble with Springer, 822 North Locust.
Will Brott Co., 220 West Twelfth St.
Crow & Crow. 702 Locust.
.Frank Anderson Grocery, 824 West Third St.
Bains Grocory, 1900 West Fourth St.
Ella Cunningham Grocery, 1821 West Fifth St.
Jl. L. North, 811 North Oak St.
C. It. Aahoo, 1003 West Fourth St.
J. W. McMlchael Grocory, 408 South Dowey St.
John Hcrrod Grocery, 207 East Sixth St.
from yonr Groccr-cvery sack sold
& Elevator Co.
the market for good milling wheat. Also
grains at highest market prices.
CnrnatloiiS nt $1.00 u dozen. C. J.
T. C. PATTERSON
B. & L, Building v
under nbsolute guarantee.
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