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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE 41 IE i i 111 i i- in m .n i h m muxri ii gin cn ! f E CLINTON, THE JEWELER Clinton and Son, The Eye Glass Men Sign of the Big Ring. Satisfaction Sure Try Us Graduate Opticians DR. 0. II. CRESSLER, , Graduate Dentist Oflice oyer th McDonald Stitt Bank LOCAL AM) PERSONAL Druco Drown of Brady Bpont yoetcr day In tho city. Mrs. A. C. Aldrich Is reported to bo ill at her home. John StnckhouBo of DIckonB was a city visitor yesterday. Mrs. T. S. Decch of Dingo, was a' city visitor yesterday. Mrs. Hurt Light of Wallace visited local friends yesterday. 4 Ed Darraclougli returned from E vanston, Wye, this morning. ;W, Walker left this morning for Lexington to transact buslnoBs. .A. Kaln of Wullnco was in the city youtcrday transacting business. Kato McConol of llcrshoy spent Sat urday In this city visiting frlo'nds. .William Powell haH accepted a pos ition at tho Clinton Jowolory Sloro. , jlJ.B. Nolson went to Storllng Sun day wlioro ho will transact business. -Mr. and Mrs. Jack Deal loft yester day for Grand Island whore' thoy will visit John Fralor arrived Saturday from Kwa to visit at tho' GcOrgo Prater homo. 0. C. KHno and Chas. Dalloy of Try on wero business visitors lo tho city Saturday. Dr. D. M. Daker Is.cpnflned to his room at thd Hotel McCubVon account of, illness. . A baby boy was born to. Mr. and MrB.,,0. M. Wyman tho luttchjmrt of tho tvook. Tho locaKD, P. O. 10. lodge will ln ltlato a class ,w7 thirty .candidates next week. i tlr S. Clinton will loavo this even ing, for Omaha to attend tho JowclorB' Convention. , , IJucllla Doll- ProdV Urocnijt U'hrcads at 12Vic por bull at Wllcdx 1T)pnrt- , mont storo. ; jEUon Flynii df Ilefshoy spout Sat urday as the guest of Evolyn Lcypoldt In, this city. Edward Guyimn, of Schuyler, arriv ed Saturday to visit at thoW. .11 L6 Dloyt homo. ' Hobort Ellis ' returned, to Chicago last ovoning nftor traunactlug busi ness In this city.. Mrs. George . Prater and daughtor JTholnm will l.onyo, .Friday Jgr Donvor to ylHU frlundtl. - iV; ?-. iiliollla PaeUagon flu o-fill rtl oft reg ular prleoB this vuk at tho Wilcox Department Storo. ' Mm. Wilfred Stuart, of Loxlntgon, camo Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tlghe. - DorlH SIHasoii or Koystono camo Saturday In visit her sister Ardls, who attoiulB school In this city. B. T. Diehard and D. D, Davis left Sunday for Now York to transact bus iness for several weeks. In Dixon's now release for March Is somo excellent sacred music for Edl Hon and Columbia lovorB. Dr. Wurtelo, office phone 27, night phono 25. - Lookout Campflre with Miss Iseuseo In charge took a hike to tho Cody Dach ad back Saturday. Mrs. J. W, Pltzpatrick returned yes tordny from Omaha whoro sho has been visiting her daughters. Complete lino of Queen Quality low shoes for Spring now on display at tho Wilcox Department Storo. Dov. Patrick McDald returned homo Sunday morning from" Ireland whoro ho wont to visit his parents. Mrs. Alice Darraclougli wont to Om aha Sunday whoro sho was called by tho death of her grandfather. Donald McFnrland and Lawrence Murrin will loavo next week for Cal ifornia to spend several weeks. When in North Platto stop at the .Vow Hotel Palace and Cafo. Vou will be treated well. 58tl Dr. L. C. Drost was host at a din ner last ovoning in honor of tho mem bers of tho Osteopathic .Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Croto Conquest re turned to Council DlutfB today after visiting friends and relatives In tho city' Mrs. J. Durr and daughter Isabollo of Rochester, Now York, aro guests of tho former's sister Mrs. II. I. Dlock. i Mr. and Mrs. Simon White and Mrs. Talmago Whlto woro in tho city this week visiting at the 0. W. Slzomore home. Mr. Calhoun who has been in churgo of tho Dulck Garago in Pnxton camo Saturday and will Icavo today for Colorado. To whom aro your going to bgII your Hay and Grain? Tho Harrington Mer cantile 'Co. will offer the highest prices'. 64tf Earl Hughes of Grand Island for- . I li. ! ' 1 iiiun.v in iiiu lypuwnung uciiango m hero vVlsltlng local frlonds over tho week end. Ana Caso dud tho Tyrlc Quartot will toll you on an Edison Record H'llow tho Gates Cnmo Alar" Dixon's ' Muslo Shop. "Whoa I.Jookod In your eyes." "Las 8)o 0' Mlno", Two beautiful tenor nnd i barltono solos, you'll enjoy hearing. Dixon's Music Shop. 's Mrs. Marjory Molvin of Omaha is on duty atJ mcssago oporntor for tho Un ion Paclllo during tho nbsonco of Miss Tholma Prntor. Tho North Platto High School Bas ket shootors will loavo tomorrow for Dayard whoro they will moot tho High school team of that City. Mrs. Ada Knox and nsslstant of Now York City will arrlvo Thursday and will tnko chargo of tho now millinery dopartmont la Block's store. : : :o:: SAY IT WITH FLOWKHS North Platto Floral Co. Flowers, Y. Twolfth Street Phono 1023 Wo deliver and nllp anywhoro asthmatic Sufferers May Know Health Again Among tho so-called Incurable chron lo discuses is asthma. Sufferers from asthma havo como to look upon thole condition as something to bo endured rather than conquored. The Hufforer from asthma seldom dies in aa at tack, but tho suJTorlnjj Is agonizing. Tho Htcucturnlicoriultlon of tho oplno la Oho region of tho collar bono is in variably tho samo In ovory sufferer from nsthiun. Pressure upon spinal norvoa at this point affecting tho bron- .chlal passages, has tho effect ot weak ening tho bronchial functions and bringing on tho nsthmntlo condition. Chiropractic spinal adjusting restores tho spinal joints to alignment, ro ntovos tho proBsuro oa spinal nerves of supply to tho bronchial region, and with tho cause rcmovod, tho nsthmn tlo sufforor Is oaco inoro in normal health. ACT TODAY Delay postponos health. Consultation is without chargo or obligation. Drs. States & States, Tho P. S. C. Chiropractors. Building nnd Loan Building Xorth L'liitto - 'Nebraska, immiutuiumiuuumr. CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS 0I5EA5E3 "THE fOLLOWING c)l EVES ts EARS : nose 5-- TMHOAT ARMS HEART kMVER STOMACH PANCREAS SPLEEN KIDNEYS 'BOWCtS APPFNDIY -(buoder ' i nvuro Spinel JCck'na LIMBS LOWER PINCHED HERVE5, IMPOSSIBLE TO FURMI5H PROPER IMPULSES (LIFE AND health) TO THEIR ORGANS WKSTEHX XKBUA.SKA OSTKO. - PAT1IIC PHYSICIANS XI) SUlt (JEOXS 3IEKT HEBE. Tho Osteopathic Physlcluus nnd Surgeons ot this part of tho stato are holding n two day convention in this city, Sunday was given ovor to get ting acquainted and clinical work by tho experts. Monday tho members held interesting sessions and papers and addressoB wcro given. Tho session closed last evening with n banquet at tho homo of Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Drost ' BEE KING OP XEBUA8KA (UMES ' FB03I KEITH COUXTY. This work is dono by fj m C. A. Elker, president of the Keith County Farm Bureau, has tho distinc tion of bolng "beo king" of Nebraska. At present ho has thirty miles of bee stands distributed up and down Ute South Platto river. Last year ho se sured something over 20,000 pounds of honey and hopes to exceed this amount tho coming season duo to fnvorablo conditions. Tho honey Is brought from tho different points u long tho river to tho Eiker refinery whero it is Btralncd and made ready for shipment olcctriclty. s:o: XOltTJI PLATTE CAGE TEAmTr!1?! PK TUBEI) IX SCNBAY BEE. j LfJ 'U fin thn Mnnriltiff nn rrn it ihn rktmilm I w aw .i'w v o t v miw I Bco for Sunday appeared a plcturo of tho local high school basket ball team ' ...i.i. . . it.ui i . . . . f nun i,uiiuji iiuiiriumii. ivccuiiipaiiying ijh tho picture was tiio following newHf3i noto: LfJ Tho local high school baskot ball yr team is making a strong bid for tho , 3TJ stato championship and when tho pj North Platto quintet enters the state r tournamcnt at Lincoln next month fol-' fJ lowors of tho aggregation oxpect I j joaca lciviranans pinyors 10 piow through undofcatcd. The following is the list of games played and tho scores: North Platte. 45; CulbertBonr 24. North Platte, 17; Alliance, 11. North Platte, 35; Sutherland, 13. North Platto, 11; Ogalalla, 9. North Platte. 41: Brady. 5. North Platto, 17; Kimball, 4. North Platto, 14; Unl. Place, North Platto, 19; Bayard, 20. North Platte, 29; Curtis, 23. North Platto. 29; Kearnoy, 7. North Platte. 18; Shelton, 15. , North Platto, 15; Oothonburg : North Platte, 24; Kearney, 12 North Platto, 23; Ogalalla, 8. Hi l EXTRAORDINARY WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS THAT WE HAVE MADE GREAT PREPARATION TO GIVE THE WOMEN OF NORTH PLATTE AND VICINITY A Real Metropolitan Millinery Department Realizing for a long timo the need of a Progressive Milli nery Store in our fast growing City, ve have engaged the ser vices of the Largest Millinery Syndicate in America to send daily the latest Millinery Crea tions from the Eastern Fashion Centers. PJtOGHESSIVJO AK1) itlODEUX METHODS WILL V HE VAIL In conducting this New Milli nery department and the same Policy will be in Force which has made this great establish ment the Leading Woman's Store in Western Nebraska. . Carpenters, Painters and Decorators are now busily en gaged installing our new Mod ern Millinery Fixtures, and when completed,, wo wjll have The Most Up-to-Date Millinery Department in the State. We Urge Every Women to Wait for Our Grand Opening , Announcement the Last of the Week j A Surprise Is In Store For You, MRS. IDA KNOX, OF NEW YORK CITY, IS IN CHARGE. Hi fi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Si Hi K Hi "KggUlLUiiWLSg Ladies' Outfitting Store 'OHTII PLATTK, XEBIt. 'SI ir! Hi Hi Hi m ildtoot lieeps I f "8 11 ' (''' ,,cl'oro tno " mg hair liealthxj tf;7i "nvualnu WIldrootrecularlv.IkeeD i a. i n fm-nlul U)T U3IIIK UUIUUllCKIilUliy, MVP my scalp entirely free from the itching crust oi uanurun, me cause oi niosi lialr trouble. I owe my luxuriant hair the envy of my friends to this guaranteed dandruff remedy." Wlldroot Liquid Shampoo or WIMroot Hhanipoo Hoip, utod lu oonuectlou with AVIIdrtiot lialr Tonlo, vrlll ltaatoa the treatment. , THE GVJAKANTEED HATR TONIC t or sale acre wider a r 5 money-back guarantee E GEORGE FRATER, DRUGGIST John A Strykor of Kcnrnoy arnicar- o tho board o Directors of the unty Agricultural Soclot) roposltion by which ho vws to inrnlsh tho show and tho dl- I ictois vito to advertise It and put up Hi-- prizes end each would go 50-50 en .i Wild "vt,t Exhibition to bo put I on at tho Fair grounds for thrco days -fiu hiding July 4th Tho offer was re fused i.'ul In Its stead u counter pro posal nie made that Mr. Strykor put fftn the Wild West Show, put up tho prizes and d'. tho advertising and tho Fair Pon-d would ront him the grounds fci a straight 10 for tho Hrst two ditjs nnd 15 tho third day. Mr. StiUor look tho matter under coir ulei atir.n and 'agreed to glvo an anViT v.iH.in a week. Pipeless Furnace Do you want a furnace that Is gas tight, built like an engine boiler. This cut shows you the best pipe or pipe less furnace for the money in the U. S. A. You can get it at tho right price and proper installation at Wm. Waldorf's PLUMBING AND HEATING SHOP, LOCAL AXI) FKRSONAI. The Yj A. H i.f this city Is making .i sppuil riict to bring tho lifo of t.toi -o vVurfiiuigtan t tho attention of 't'n' pccplo ii tl.ib, his birthday an nivi'1. -.;'.. I-. has t.ccurcd froia each of ho Scho;,l rrii cirals consent to1;!; hol-l a Wasli.:ifH i. liirthday pro- fK yrjii in tho school and tiio ladles will i aitoi d Ui' o I'MiiMi and probably Mr. am: Mrs. H. W. Root will lea.' I'm tholr homo In Alliance tho latter part of the week after visiting at the home of Mrs. Glen Miller. kujsias a. riiiijjju's :; l'liiniblnir and 1 Tea tiny: :j All work entrusted to me will receive my personal suporvl- sion. Hesldonco and shop 1303 lake xi on pai t 13. Gth Street. Telophono 458J. it BIG TYPE POLANDS AT AUCTION FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1921 At the far of C. O. Landholm. 5 miles duo west of North Platto. and 2 miles duo east of BIrdwood Station, the undersigned will sell 20 HEAD OF PURE BRED POLAND CHINA GILTS SALE TO COMMENCE AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M. This offering consists of tho most popular breeding of today. Hero is a few of their ancestors; Jumbo Chief 80512, Peerless Bob 94257, Young Cortsdalo 97901, Gibbons Hercules 21S301, Mouws Tecumseb 2044S9. They aro mated to threo different hord'joara, One Is a young herd boar by A. Tlinms Imago 10G833, a grandson of tho noted Fer guson's Dig Tlmm, right out of tha 1000 pound famillos. AnoUior Is by Indiana Chief 283831 by Big Supcrba 2C23C3. There will bo somo fall yearlings by Fancy Big Bono 93580, bo by Giant Big Bono Prospect 83105; wo could say a lot about those but wo aro leaving It to your judgmont Wo most cordially Invito you to bo with us on sale day. This Is all young stock with their lifo before thorn. Buy a couplo of those good gilts nnd in a couplo of years you will bo right in lino with puro bred hogs on your farm. Evorythlng offered for salo must bo sold, no byo bidding or taking back. Terms of Salo G months timo will be given on npprovod notes at 10 per cent interest. Anyono coming from a dlstanco pleaso report to tho Platto Vallc-y Stato Bank and thoy will got a f roo ' rido to tho farm. C. G. LANDHOLM AND CLAUS ANDERSON- OWNERS r V AND TISSUES 510 Locust Street. Phone 517 II. M. JOIIANSEN, Auctioneer. F. C. PIELSTICKER, Clerk.