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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
CLINTON, THE JEWELER
J CLINTON & SON, The Eye Glass Men'
Sign of The Big Ring Satisfaction Sure--Try Us. Graduate Opticians
l) Wednesday' was another hot dayfor
North Platte, ending4- m- n thunder
ahowcr. Thursday was, also warm-tho
i highest temperature bunig sf. 'foSay
la cloudy nnd there. Is a fall feeding
jn tho air.' The weather bullctlnsnre:
air tonight nnd Saturday; cooler to
mi. O. II. CltESSLEIl
Offlco over tho McDonald
LOCAL AjfD PERSONAL
i Mrs. E. N. Oglor left yesterday for
jLowcllon where she will visit frlondB
for a fow days.
I Eyes examined, G lassos fitted. Sat
I mfactlon, sure. Clinton & Son
Mrs. Edward Burko left yesterday
I for Lowcllen whero sho will visit
I friends for a fow dayn.
Clinton's for Eyo Sorvlco. j r, q. Cantlln returned tho first of
Real Estato Mortgages bought and ( tho week from Denver whero ho
sold, T. O. Patterson. : attended tho baseball tournament.
Miss Gortrudo Smith has takon i Pat McIIugh returned tho first of
position at tor. Redflolds office tho weok from Denver whero ho
A beautiful lino of velvet hats In attended tho baseball tournament.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS
I Page 49. of this weescs Saturday
j Evening Post 1b of Interest to all Auto
' mohlllsts, and especially to those who
, have been waiting to see who would
' build a full four door utility Sedan
' i for touring, for pleasure or for a com-
Tho following quotations wore tho! blnntIon of oIthor wlth nll bus.ncBa
opening markets at South Omaha this J use3. We all have seen "Chummy-
morning anu were received noro Dy; roa(lstcrs with enclosed tops, also at
tempts In beaverboard, but someone
colors just arrived. Block's storo. '
. . Mrs. L. D. Itay of Wcllflcot was a
business visitor In tho city Wednes
day. . Victor, Victorolas, Holley Music
telegraph nt 10, a. m.
luwo - wns i,oun(j t0 ijUj( a comploto enclosed
au classes generally steady, best, cnr wlth n reBular bmly to sell at a
.lUuUv0JUuB.uUi0rv.oU. Imodium price.. You can find out
Hogs I 'whether your guess was right by
15 to 25 cents higher. Uulk packing looklng thlf) up ln your Si E Pogt
grnues $u.tu to ?v.uu. uuik 200 to 300
pound butchers 18.00 to $9.00.
j"It Is of Steel and Baked Enamel:
t:rmmn, PALMERS 0.- Mrs. M.lnnio;Mooref n urnod;Wcd-'
Iflnosday from' several ' Iks Welt at
WnnCnfiirflnv Wn will OBV 22c P0rj-i,i. TTnnMa
R .v.1'11.. i 1. itrni
uozen nor sirictiy lruuu vt,t
will also jpay 30c a pound for good
country Sutter. Wo aroopen overy
evening In tho week nnd soil mill?
Seeds, salt, fresh and cured meats!
nnd wish to draw your attention tp
our evory-day prices printed clso
whero ln this paper. We sell No.
picnic hams at 25c per pounu; may
an extra good grado of lean bacon
for 35c per pound; bacon ends aro
wrapped ln two to three pound
squares for 25c a pound.
We Invite you to como In and sec
us ln our now storo.
Burko's Cash Grocery.
621 E Fourth street
Mrs. Ray Morgan of Hershey Bhop-
I am oporatlng tho studio former-
iS uv,.Uu ,va ,pe(1 ,u thQ dty Wcdncsday
approciaio your support.
J. W. Johnson.
jMIbb Nina Eldor loft this morning
for Kimball whero Bho will toach this
Mrs. John Holley submitted to an
operation at tho Memorial hospital
Joo Pizor camo tho first of tho yesterday,
week from Hastings to visit sovorai j Mrs, dcc Tottenhoff of Choyonno
days with his parents Mr. and Mr. ifl xpoctod- ln a fow days to -visit
Julius PIzcr. with friends.
Miss Sylvia Watts, rormerly ot tms . Frank Cox of Omaha accompanied , visiting relatives.
elfv nnd now tcachlnc at Billings, hv .T. fi. Monro nf thin rlfv Inft von-' Mr nnrl frn finv "nnHnRnn ot
Always welcome at Dancoland overy! M(mt haB b(Jon nomlnatcd aB county ' torday for Paxton whoro they will 1 Portland, Oregon aro visiting at tho
Misses Marguerlto Nelson and
Gertrude Kraxborger returned to
Gothenburg yesterday after visiting
at tho A. T. Johnson homo.
Mrs. Leo Anderson and daughter
of Holdredgo aro visiting with rela
tives In tho city this week.
Itoubon Camol and Itay Breternitz
of Sidney spent yesterday in tho city
".' M. E. Crosby
loft this morning I
1 superintendent of that county.
(transact business for a fow days. ijohn Day homo.
unr,(nmi,n.. 1 oMi. rln lm M rfwwnt.inn tn tt Tn,. t. Wllbor Swanson loft Wednesday
ior Ogallala whoro district court i to tho 1Iome ConnnlUco ror Yeoman JWm Evans nnd Mrs. Anna church for Lincoln whero ho will attend tho
tin SCSSlOn. , , i..,.i rnl, ,,,ltl , n i . . . .1 T'nlroroltv
uuu iimitu ftuuDio. niviu ..... ..w - jumruuu j va luuuaj' iium uuiivur uuu
Mrs. Anna Work loft this morning
' Special for Saturday only. Fcathor
hats, $10 values at $G.95. Block's
:. C. K. Martini has accoptcd a pobI.
tlon as salesman for tho
Candy Co. of Omaha.
danco following tho rccoptlon.
J. V. Ilomlgh reports tho salo of
Dodgo touring cars to H. H. Soohl ot
LoMoyno and to W. C. Nunomachor,
Morris H. F. Kllnko and E. C. Lambort.
: Girts School Drosses on Sale, small
Eatos Peak whoro thtv sncnt two
woeks. Thoy attended -the Pikes Peak for Denver whero sho will visit with
auto races hold there this weok. friends.
Crystal beads of highest quality ln hIzcb at 40e 87c and 9Cc and up. j
Larger sizes nt 87c,. $1.45 and $1.9g
and up. Now on sale at thu Loadnr
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reynolds loft
yesterday for tholr homostoad at
rnn1frlvnr Wvn nffor vlnHlnrr with
' Boys Blouse Waists on sale at Mc, fof
75c and 95c for school wear at Thowccl
li number of different colors aro bo-
' lrig shown at Dlxon'B.
William Macombor loft this morn
ing for Lincoln whoro ho will nttond
!Cotncr Collogo this fall.
Loader Mcrcantllo Co.
J. Itauch and daughter Girtrudo
,'wiH spond Saturday and1 Sunday" In
Lowcllen visiting frlonds.
1 'It will pay you, to inspect. tho now
'Dodgo coupo at $1130 and tho fulU
,four door Sedan at $1625, when you
got your closed car. J. V. Romlgh,
Fall oponing specialBoat grado dealor.
Polrot Twill and Canton crepe drosses J g Kroh of 0gallala, who Is
;in tho vory newest fall models, spocl. runnlng for Bonator and Robert G.
. ally priced at $22.75 at Blobk's. almmonH. R0nublican candidate for
' Mrs. W. J. Good returned this AnnprnaRmnn n tho fllxth district
, morning from Croston, Iowa, to visit worQ Jn N()rth patto today !
' her paronts Mr. and Mrs. C. S. .. ,,,,,.. 1
'Vrrnvlllo ' IlalPu H"80"' Abnor Weasburg,
Arov,U0, atl(l carl Grloson led yesterday for
Sou tho beautiful now fall drosses , Grand Island whero lliey (will assist!
In I'olrot Twill and Canton Oropp, ' ln efarrine the Master Masons do;
especially priced at $22.75 at Block's R,.0Q on Rov A- c. Hull, formerly of
t. IV. E. Koontz Is takluB his vacation
ffrom tho Malonoy store. Ho loft
last evening for Ogden to visit with
Tho Rango that can't mat out, that's
. .tho, Copper Clad. Wa Soil It' Dem
onstration, this week at Dorryborry
Hi Forbos ,Inc.
'; Tho Whlttnkor Mlllnory Shop is
well stockod with beautiful Millinery
nt reasonnblQ prices. 50G Locust St.
TJndor aonoral Hospital,
Wo havo n fino Player Piano near
North IMntto Hint wo Witt uucritjco, on
price of same, for quick sale. Liberal
terms. For full particulars writo A.
Hospp Co., Scottsbluff, Nebraska. I
A.T THE BLEITU
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
"Too Wise Wives''
A PARAMOUNT PJCTURE
A tale pf two wives who thought they knew
things that they didn't. A tale of two hus
bands who didn't know things thai they .
A LOIS WEBER PRODUCTION
Distributed by Famous Players-La sky Corp.
WANTED Plastering nnd comont
work also somo good comont brick
for aalo at 402 wost 11th Btrcot or j
phono 911J. 1
Goorgo D. Richards '
you will let us build
your Auto Top
It willbe as keen as a Dedmore picture,
As choicees Ideal pastry,
Reliable as a Nash "Four,1'
Strong as the McDonald bank, and
As good as Dickey's ice cream.
What More Please?
The Platte Auto Trim
The current consumed In heating
your electric Iron costs only six
cents an hour!
Surely tho time you save on trips
back and forth to tho stove is worth
these fow cents. Tho strength you
savo sitting down to your work
(no more jumping up to change
irons) is worth this small sum.
Tho over-heating and exhaustion
you aro spared when removed from
contact with tho hot stove aro worth
almost any amount of money.
You're only young once! Let elec
tricity do as much of tho work as
it will and that's considerable.
North Platte Light 8c Power Co.
A dinner's a nnquct
when flow J nro
Thoy Aicar . bright
snil'o and a 'clcom
Carroll Stovens left yostorday for
Lincoln whero ho will attend Unl-1
verslty this fall.
Edward Byrns of Grand Island '
was a buslnoss visitor ln tho city
PR. HAROLD II. WALKER
Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and
Offices over McDonnld Bank
Tlin nntnrn ilncora
Hon of .flo )rs and j&
their friendly ragrance
help to make an ovent
out ot overy occasion.
They lend tl tlnctlon
ROWERS PLANTS vt
I WE AULAS NEAR TO YOU
pi i i i i in
Special Sale and Demonstration
FRESH FROM THE OVENS
At Ten Cent Store Saturday
W. J. O'CONNOR,
So much of the new Fall merchandise has
arrived,. and the styles are very conserva
tive. The leading materials and colors in
all our garments, and at
prices that you will ad
mit are right.
Our stock consists of
Millinery for all ages,
Ladies', Misses' and Child
ren's Coats and Dresses,
Suits, Skirts, Blouses,
CT 'li Gloves, 'Handkerchiefs,
Hosiery, Petticoats, Cor-
sets, Bloomers, Brassieres, and many other
accessories needed to complete a lady's
attire. Please call.
We are always so gla to show our merchan
dise and will endeavor to please you.
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