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The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, September 28, 1920, Image 4

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your ey es.
If your watch is not keeping correct time, do not blame
the watch-blame yourself. Perhaps your watch only need
cleaning.
We will clean or repair your watch or anything else that
needs fixing, and do it right and charge you for our work only
a reasonable price.
We charge you nothing for testing your eyes, and if you
need them, only a moderate price for. your glasses.
CLINTON, The Jeweler.
THE SIGN OF THE BIO RING.
DR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Graduate Dentist
Office over the McDonald
Statu Hunk.
CITY AND COUNT V NEWS.
Hazel Mapos left Thursday for Suth
erland. Don't fall to read the WALKER
MUSIC CO. Advertisement.
Mrs. Mcrlo Mercer left Saturday for
hor' homo In Big Springs.
Havo you seen the nifty hat at tho
, Hub Millinery Department 74 2
Mrs. John J.oMastor loft Tuesday for
. in extended visit in Indiana. '
You and your family will enjoy nn
Edison. Dixon, tho Jpwelor.
Kolih Novlllo left Saturday for Don
vor vhoro ho will transact business.'
Dixon's grind lenses in their own
shop.
Miss Mabel Churchill is on, hor vnca-
tlon from tho First National Bank.
Now shipment of KNOX HATS has
arrived nt THE STYLE SHOP.
Mr. and Mrs. David Rudat and baby
loft Saturday morning for Sutherland.
25 reduction on overythiug but
diamonds at AUSTIN'S Jpwolry store
MIbs Mario Rudat left Saturday for
Lexington where sho will visit friends.
Mina Brcstel loft a fow days ago
to attend a business collego in Om
nlinj Mrs. R. It. Henderson left Saturday
morning for Sidney to spend several
days.
W. R. Maloney returned Wednesday
evening from a business trip to Mass
achusetts. . Airs. P. Paltior, of Denver, camo
Saturday to visit at tho W. H. Lc
Dloyt homo. ,
Miss M. Combs left Saturday for
Sutherland after visiting In this city
for somo time.
Llbby Cut Glass makes a wonderful
and most beautiful gift., Dixon, tho
Jowoler. . . i
Misses Minnie nnd Edna Gotz. of
flashier, Nebraska, are visiting Miss
Beatrice Hoodeon of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Gaggett, of Goth
enburg, loft Thursday for their homo
aftcr visiting Mrs. Poter Pettlt.
Mr. and Mrs. Rlnghouso, of Gothen
burg, camo Saturday to visit over Umj
week end with Mrs. J. R. Brcstol.
Tho Homo Guards and Mothers
Jewels announced for Saturday will
bo postponed until further notice.
Mrs. R. McGralo, of Chappel, loft
Thursday for her homo after transact
ing business In this city for somo time.
Health of the Voice and Throat
Tho volco varies in quality from
timo to lime, ono day boing clear and
.vibrant, and another day breathy and
below normal. A healthy volco Is
not necessarily a strong or a musical
volco. But It Is cortajn that an un
healthy throat and larynx cannot pro
duco a sound that is clear and vibrant
and natural.
!It isjuo secrot that Caruso helps
to kcop his volco In condition by
chiropractic adjustments. Tho norvos
' that control tho action of tho throat
and volco If pinched nt tholr exit
(' from botweon spinal Joints, aro cor
taln to roduco tho strongth of tho
throat and volco. Chiropractic ad
justing frees tho norvos nnd Naturo ro
stores health.
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NO CHARGE,
' Consulfntion Is without thargo or
Hon. ' '.
Drs. States $ States,
i, The P. S. C. Chiropractors.
Building unil Lonn Building
North. Platte 1 Ncbrnfjliii.
CHIROPRACTIC
CORRECTS
DISEASES "THE TOLLOWING
t. -MEAD
EYES
EARS
THROAT
tr ARMS
T. vN Li r a n v
LIVER"
STOMACH
PANCnEAS
SPLEEN
KI0ME1Y5
DOWELS
LOWER PINCHED
NERVE5,IMP053IB!P
PHOPFR IMPULSES
(LIFE AND HFUJH)
TO THEIR OnGAliS
AMD TI55U
LOOK WHAT'S COMING
TUESDAY M
L't80 Masonic Hall Eastern Star
Ktmtfugtori
7:30 Sun MM Hobbs
7 80 Koith Sick Abed
7:30 qrystal The "Woman in Room
lit
8:00 Chamber of Commorco Dlreotorf
WEDNESDAY
7:J10 Koith Tho Toll Gato
7:30 Sun Miss Ilbbbs
7:30 Crystal The Woman In Room
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8:00 Churchou Mid wook Prayer
Mootlngs ,
THURSDAY
3:00 Prosbyterlan Ladies' Aid
.7:30 Crystal The Dark Mirror
7:30 Sun Don't Ever Got Married
7:30 Koith The Toll Gato
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I. O. O. F. NOTICE.
Clns's Initiation Thursday evening
AH members nro requested to be pres
ent. )
J. GUY SWOPE, Secy.
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SALE OF IIOOS.
On Saturday, Oct. 23 at Lexington,
in tho Salo Pavlllion, wo wjll soli as
cla-sy an offering of Poland Chinas
as will go through any salo ring this
year.
We havo studied tno hoc business
fr6m a practical farmers standpoint
for 20 years and havo spared no effort
posslblo In developing that type.
Tho Judge at tho County Fair said
I had a distinct largo typo with un
iformity, smoothness and quality not
found In many herds.
We appreciated the compliment
most because all our winners and 27
of tho 28 head shown by us were of
ur own brooding.
From our herd of. 200 head wo will
select 15 fall and 15 spring boar pigs
including tho winners. Wo will also
include 10 sows with litters and 10
open fall gilts, and 10 stock shoats.
Come, buy them at your own prlco.
Fot further particulars send for a
catalog to
J. O. ANDERSON & SONS.
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Mildred Walker, of Mason City,
has left for her homo after suffering
a nervous breakdown. Sho has been
teaching in tho Primary- department of
Washington School until this week.
"Miss Gladys Lyle, teaching an in
termediate room In tho Washington
School, has been off duty for two
weoks on account of sickness. Miss
Curry is taking her. place nt present.
D; Morrill. Dentist, office over
Wilcox Department Storo.
L. 13. Dick will leave tho latter part
of this week for Toledo, Ohio, in
which city Mrs. Dick has been visiting
for several weeks. Mr. Dick while
cast will attend tho world series ball
games.
Wo hereby announce a Public Sale
at tho Ed Cederburg farm, ono mllo
wost and two mllos south of tho Ex
periment Station on Tuesday, Oct. 5.
Watch fqr bills and newspaper an
nouncements. The Royal Neighbors will hold a
social Wednesday afternoon at tho
homo of Mrs. E. F. Hutlman, 414 S.
Willow St. Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson,
Mrs. Moonoy and Mrs. Mark McCabo
will -assist the hostess. .
Tho District Convention of tho Roy
al Neighbors will bo hold at Maxwoll,
Wednesday, October 5th. All mem
bers of Silver Leaf Camp No. 301 who
expect to attend pleaso notify record
Mrs, Ilcnckol, not later than Oct. 1st.
Howard S. Valll, of Waterbury,
Conn., 'is hero visiting James W.
Rowan. Mr. Valll has Just ilnitihed
oighycars of sorvlco In tho navy. Ho
mado sovon round trips abroad dur
ing tho wnr. During tho last thrco
years ho travelled 2,000 miles on ono
ship.
M. N. Holcoinb, formor Brady resi
dent nnd ox-county treasurer, now
mnklng his homo in Laramie, was a
visitor in town yostorday. Ho said tho
oil production In that section of Wyo
ming and tho building of two rofln
orlos in that city had resultod In n
big boom for Laramlo.
Thrco rosldonco properties aro re
ported to us this wcok among tho
sales made by O. II. Thoolocke. They
aro the Goo. Donohowor homo at 404
AV. Socond St. to Ella J. Park; tho
A. M. Soharmann property No. C So.
Mnplo to Marian Millar nnd the John
Dugnn proporty on Wast Tonth St.
to R. O. Hoaton.
A fire startod yostorday afternoon
in somo rubbish in tho rear of the
Unit Goodman & Buokloy building
on Frout Street and but for the
prompt action of those In the building
and tho local llro company, might
liH,ve uaused considerable damage.
Tho rubbish waa humeri nnd slight
lUiiiM was done to the building. '
f-Wi j"aTt-ifi ,
Winsome Shoes for Fall
For early hours out of doors, one. chooses
Hoots or Oxfordo, substantial in design, and
baving lower heels.
For afternoon or semi-dress more ornate .
types, with French heels appear,
g They are all here at SHOE iMAKKET
where style, value and quality go hand in
hand.
We have military bezels in dark b'rojv'n,
black, light tan, with turn. or welt soles.'.
Priced from
$5.00 to $12.00.
Perfect in fit; perfect in shade Tweedie boot tops. They shape to your
ankle as smoothly as good silk hosiery; there is as shade to harmonize
with every popular fallfgarment color; and all you need to do to eniov
these handsome Tweedics is to stop in at our store and say; "Tweedie
boot tops, please,"
THEY'RE $3.50 A PAIR
SHOE MARKET
A17CC VATt W M
ONEY ON SHOES.
OPEN THE GATE TO THE ROAD TO PLEASURE.
So
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The TollIGate''
A two-gun tale of an outlaw who fought on the square, loaded with'Vobbery
getaway, chase and battle. Fired by bandits, renegade "greaeers" and posses of
dare-devil troopers. Wiped clean by the love of a.woman and the tiny hands of
a child.
The best picture Hart ever made.
KEITH, Wednesday and Thursday.
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Beverly Wurtelo left Sunday
tho homo of his brother Frank Mc
for Omaha where sho will attend
Brownell Hall.
A. E. Sholt, of Lexington, left for
his homo Saturday after visiting at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Schatz.
Mrs. C. A. Jones returned to her
homo in Balrd yesterday after jyisit
ing nt tho home of hor parents Mr.
and Mrs. "Well.
A heart touching story of hate that
wonderful lovo conqucrod. Hart's
greatest picture "Tho Toll Gato"
Keith "Wednesday and Thursday.
Tho plcturo of the first mall piano
arriving In North Patto will bo shown
Thursday and Friday, September 30th
and Octobbr 1st at the SUN. Can you
beat It?
Jertaln light rays, called heat rayi
and ultraviolet rays are injurious to
tho eyes. Wo now havo a wonderful
uow glass that cuts off theso harm
ful rays. DR. McREYNOLDS. 75-3
Tho Ladles Aid Society of tho Pres
byterian church will meet in tho
church parlors Thursday aftornoon
ontertained by Mosdamcs Hart, Dillon
and Anderson.
in a trap shoot Sunday between J.
C. Den and Ed Galvin at 100 targets
and on a bet of $100, Den won by
broaklng eighty-two to Galvln's sov-onty-soven.
Both shot below their
avorago'. ""'
Do you romcmbor tho Httlo freckled
faced boy that played with Mary Pick
ford In Daddy Longlogs? Also with
Blanche Sweet In Tho Unpardonable
Sin? Soe him In "Don't Evor Marry"
In tho rolo of tho bell boy. At tho
Sun Thursday and Friday.
ThoSoitombor Issue of OUR FAM
ILY BULLETIN. Issued monthly by
the Union Pacific Family Loaguo, has
reachod Tho Tribune office. It is a
newsy little paper of thirty-two pages
with E. D. .White as odltor. About a
liolumn Is used in reporting the
North Plptto Items moat of which aro
hort poraonal news of th men.
(org Hurray ! tho editor.
fAeres solid
gomforf in
COAL
Our9 Jizeii
ur? motto
is ke
Gx2den jRjute
Coal comfort means real contentment. Buying your
coal of us means complete satisfaction, It also means rapid
delivery. Order it to-day and to-morrow you will feel
pleased about it.
I EAST YARD
WE5TYAR
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THE CHASSIS
embodies tho vital mechanism neces
sary to run tho motor cnr. it's tin
motor that needs tho most caro ai
nttontlon and that is tho part of t
automobllo that wo claim to know i
about every detail. Wo make n
pairs for you in an export mannor t .
short notlco for modest compensate
Roy V. Buskirk Garage
215 East Fifth St.
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