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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1922)
THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
LOOK WHAT'S COMING
"Tho Road Ood Travels'.'.
S:00 "Silent Building".
11:00 Our Work-in foreign Fields
7:30 Our Vork'V America.
Yeoman Buslnoss meeting Trursdny,
Sept. 11th, at S p., in. In the K. C. hall
Will" meet this ovonlng at 7:30 in I
tho MaBohlc hall. Thoro will bo lnl- '
tatlon.' All Musqns and wives arc!
to tho Amurlqaii Logion will hold a
huslnoya mooting and rfoclal meeting
this evening at tho Fireman Hall
Thozo on tho entchtalnhieat commute'
aro Mrs. C. A. Solby, Miss Mario Stuart
Mrs L. Sturgis, Miss' (Florence Stnclc
Mrs. Carl Simmons , and Miss Hazel
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
J. J. Broslus of Qandy was a bust- :
nesB visitor In tho city yesterday.
Tho latest thing In earrings can ho
soon at Dixon's Jowelry Storo.
Mrs. Chas. Hanor is very 111 at hoi
homo In tho south part of tho city.
Bo sure and seo our lino of feti
hats for school girls. Block's Btore. 1
L. L. Basklns left this morning for
Ogallala where ho will attend dis
Mrs. Goorgo White and daughter
of Sutherland shopped in tho city
Mrs. Norman White of Wollfleot
was a business visitor In tho city
Mrs. Olo Rasmussen returned
yesterday from a week's visit with
friends In Colorado Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dedmoro left
Wednesday for Jollet, 111., to visit
with relatives for several -tfeeks.
.John Mcllvaln left yesterday for a I
two months trip through New York. !
Ho will return about November 1. j
juiss aiiiia wucuiu uas rusiijucu ui
duties at Dr. Redflold's offlco. Sho'
wlli resume her duties in school this
. Mako .Danceland your amusement
hall. Under management of American
Mrs. Elizaboth McWllliams and
family returned Monday from Den
ver after visiting with relatives for
Now arrival every day In womens
and Misses Dresses, Coats and Suits
at tho Leador Mccantilo Co.
A warrant was sworn out yestor
- day In police court for Carl E. Coop
er and Ellzabsth Cooper for disturb
ing tho peace
Fall opening specialBest rrrul
Polret Twill and Canton crepe drosses
in tho vorv newest fall models, speci
ally priced at ?22.75 at Block's. '
C. K. Martini left this morning for
Hershey whoro he will spend several
days visiting his daughter, Mrs. Fred j
"You won't f"nd dirt and grenso
catchers on a Copper Clad range. Tt j
cleanes like aish. Wo fiell it. Derry-
berry & Forbes, Inc. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Carroll, Mr.
and Mrs. Marston VanDoran return
ed yestorday from Denver and Estes
Park where they spent two weeks.
Complete stocks of tho very newest
fall suits, coats, wraps, dresses, skirts,
blouses, slip overs, rur capes and fur I
coates nonv) ready for your inspection
NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS
Water rent In District B Is now duo
and payable at tho Water Office ana
will become delinquent after Sept.
20th. All service's where tho water
rent is not paid by Sept. 20 in DIb- j
trict B will bo shut off in accordance
with tho Water Ordinance TWa
gives' about threo weeks for payment I
of water bills and gives railroad men
two pay days before Sept. 20. Pleaso
Geo your water bills aro paid beforo
Sept. 20 th and do not nsk for or
expect an extension of tlmo.
DIstlrct B comprises all that part
of tho city west of Locust street, and
botween th6 Union Pacific right or
way and tho Burllngto'tf rlgEt of way.
HERSHEY S. WELCH
MOVING AS IF ON ROLLERS
The Mightiest Hammering D.own of Prices Ever
Known Here, Everybody's Trading at The "STAR"
Running True to Schedulel
WE'LL SAY WE ARE We're Shooting Up This
Stock, Snappy Selling, With The Pep Still Hot.
Crumbling Clothing Prices
IF WISHES WERE
Yes if they were horses, beggars would ride, and if merely wish
ing for quality merchandise at sacrifice prices would bring them to
There would be no need of this advertisement.
But it isn't that easy. You are told in the papers every day about
this and that "wonderful bargain." Your interest is aroused but
you don't buy why? simply because the "BARGAIN" wasn't a
bargain at all.
Because of that you're skeptical and-
We don't blame you. But we do think, that in justice to yourself
and pocketbook you should find out whether or not, our adver
tisements, our merchandise, our prices, is to be classed with those
others which so disappointed you.
The striking feature of this sale is the utter disregard of all profits
and Costs. Our Low Prices can only mean one thing, Record Volume!
You cannot even begin to Imagine the Super Human Efforts we
have put forth. Grim DETERMINATION is Behind it ALL. You've
got to hand it to us this time. There is proof positive here for
anyone who will INVESTIGATE.
PRICED FOR QUICK ACTION
No Let Up In Our Sale Policy No Slacking Of
Efforts To Render Our Best Possible Service
TREAK OF ECONOMY
FOR NEXT WEEK
This store will smash all
precedents for value giving
ever attempted in this city.
Watch Our Windows.
L. &S. Groceteria.
The first FIFTY women to make any sort of purchase in this store,
when our doors open Saturday morning we will sell a dandy high
grade pair of silk hose for the small sum of one cent.
REMEMBER TO THE FIRST FIFTY ONLY.
Watch our windows for
next week you'll see the
biggest demonstration of
remarkable Public value
giving you've ever seen.
The Star Clothing Co.,
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