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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1912)
There Has .Been
about every kind of a "sale" in North Platte in the last few months that
human mind could think of, and they have properly ceased to make an impres
sion on the intelligent buying public,
Price is one thing Quality another Just now we want to advise you
of the spldndid merchandise we are offering for the Holiday Season and
every bit of it moderately priced.
Overcoats $15 to $40 ThfinewEco3bnl, and ahawl
The celebrated Princeton Suits make a gift any man will appreciate. All
sizes and fabrics.
Lounging and Bath Robes $3 to $18 SSt
et and terry cloths.
HoUSe CoatS and Smokinq In "variety of styles and ma-
in this store
Jackets $3 to $12.50.
Our entire lines of Christmas fancies for men are all on display and
ready for your choosing.
Silk and Knit Mufflers, Men's Handkerchiefs and Hose, and Suspend
er and Garter Combination Sets, Men's Collar Bags, and Traveling Sets,
Fancy Scarfs and Silk Hose, Also a large assortment of Traveling Bags.
Munsing Union Suits Make Acceptable Presents
EVERYTHING FOR MEN.
North Platte, Neb. McDonald State Bank Building.
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Graduate Dcnlisf. 5
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Stato Bank. a
Local and Personal.
Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson havo
returned from Cozad whoro thoy ac
companlcd the remains of tlioir infant
child InBt week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vnnscoy, of Ord,
camu Saturday afternoon to spend . a
couple of weeks with their son E. E.
Vanscoy and wife.
Mrs. It. II. Loval and daughter of
Los Angeles, arrived Saturday nfter
noon to visit the Lovall family hero for
a couple of weeks.
Among tho terminal improvements to
be mado at Sidney will bo a now freight
depot, coal chutes and an enlargement
of tho side tracks.
Harry Bnrraclough, who had been n
patient at tho P. & S. hospital for sov
onil weeks, was discharged from that
Wanted Good girl for general house
work. C08 W. 4th St. Phono Black
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Mrs. L. C. Hansen and 6hildron, of
Grand Island, who wore guosts of her
mother Mrs. Emma Pulver last weok,
havo retumod home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bunting who
live a few miles north of town are re
joicing ovor the arrival of a baby giil
at their homo Friday.
William Krugor, of Sidnoy, is spend
this week in town and while horo pur
chased a number of roller skates for
liis now rink nt Sidnoy.
Howard Allen of Farnnm, spoilt tho
hitter part of tho weok with his brother
Pepty County Clerk Allen, while en
routo to Fort Morgan.
Mlsa Gonovoivo Cavnnaugh, of Ster
ling, returned homo Sunday evening
after spending n weok with tho Misses
Ireno and Mario Stuart.
Como early and make your selection
of Gibson water colored Xmas cards,
lettors and eulendars at tho Rinekor
Book & Drug Co.
MUscb Sadie uud Nellie Buchfinch, of
St. Paul, arrived horo Saturday after
noon to visit their brother W. A. Buch
finch nndvifo fdr a week.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cramer and her pupils
of tho North iMatttT School of Muaic
held very onjoynblo rocital at tho
Bonnur homo Friday evening.
L. Johnson loft tho last of kit weok
for Ogden to spend a week after which
he will return and opun a cleaning ami
dying establishment in this city.
W. P. Snyder has returned from
Gandy where ho gave an interesting
and instructive talk on lighting tlio
drouth at tho Farmer's Institute.
Tho young son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Hacklcr, of Gothenburg, who
was operated upon last week nt the P.
& S. hospital, is getting along nicely.
Apples fifty and sovonty-fivo conts
por,V)U3hel nt the Ititnor Feed Store,
phono 2G8. 89-1
, Miss Alma Waltcmath entortaincd
tho T. M. E.'dub and their gentlemen
friends nt a 500 party Friday evening.
Six tables wore used in playing. After
tho games an elaborate lunch in three
courses was served.
Hart and Clydo
Miss Beatrice Murphy has resigned
as teacher of tho east school on the
south side of the river and will go to
to Marengo, Iowa, to reside with hor
Mrs. II. C. Hall, of Pinedale, Wyo.,
and Miss Alico Shaw, of Torrington,
returned from Fnrnam Friday to finish
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Shaw,
of this city.
Mesdames Charles Perkins, Rush Dean
and Marie Amos returned Saturday
morning from Omaha whero they at
tended the Suffrage convention and
were made delegates.
Mrs. Frank Lowis and children, of
Kelly, who had been visiting in Kear
ney, arrived Saturday afternoon to spend
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Padget while enroute homo.
Tho Eshl'jman billiard hall, which has
been located in tho Hinman building m
Locust street, will be removed to the
room latoly occupied by tho Simon
meat market on Sixth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernost R. Mills nnd
children left the latter part of last
week for eastorn cities. The former
will visit in Omaha for a weok and tho
family will spend several weeks in
Claudo Wilson ontertnined a score of
friends at his homo Friday ovening.
Card games and music furnished nmuse
ment for the guests for a couple of
hours. Enjoyable refreshment were
served nt midnight.
Cook entertained tho
at tho homo of Mrs.
afternoon. A couple of hours was de
voted to social conversation nnd kon
sington work. Nicely prepared refresh
ments wore served.
At a mooting of tho Altar Society of
St. Patrick's church, held Sunday af tor
noon tho following officers woro elected
for tho year 1913: President, Mrs. John
crazier; vice-president, Mrs. Edward
Robhausen; secretary, Mrs. John
Spies; treasurer, Mrs, Geo. Tekulve.
Tho oxamination for fireman-laborer
nt tho foderal building at North Platto
has boen postponed,. as no application
was mado by persons with experience
nn fireman. Experienced persons wish
ing to lake this oxnmination should
npply at onco at the postofllce for ap
plication blanks nnd necessary Informa
tion. The fact that tho output of tho Hart
nuin Cigar Co. has doubled this year,
as compared with 1911, and that the
pay-roll now runs from $200 to $260 pr
week, Is evidence of hustling on the
part of the manager, and places the
factory in tho load as a home industry.
Apples fifty and seventy-five cants
per bushol at tho Ritnor Feed Store,
phono 208. 89 .1
Present indications are that tho oc
cupancy of tho federal building by tho
postofllce nnd Inndofllco will bo delayed
by the non-nrrivnl of furniture, only
part of which has so far arrived. It
will probably bo January 1st before tho
offices are moved.
Tho V. H. C. elected officers for tho
coming year at their mcoting Saturday
afternoon. Those oloctod wero: Presi
dent, Mrs. John Evans, senior vice
president, Mrs. James McMichael:
junior vice-president, Mrs. Donnis
O'Brien; conduotor, Mrs. Anna Simp
son; guard, Mrs. Knapp; chnplain, Mrs.
M. J. Nenry. Tho installation will bo
held at tho first meeting in Junuary.
The Girls' Friendly Society will meet
this evening at the parish house.
Mrs. James Fonda returned yesterday
afternoon from a short visit in Kearney.
Mrs. E. II. Flower will entertain the
Twentieth Century club this afternoon.
L. Jacobs, of the U. P. terminal
staff, is spending this week in Omaha
Mrs. W. J. Landgraf returned yes
terday from a short visit in Callaway
Mrs. Ralph V. Hayden, of Wallace,
isjjpending this week with Mr. and
Mrs. E. N. Ogier.
John Weidman and Jeff Thompson, of
Stnpleton, are transacting business in
town thlti week.
Con Wnlker returned to Mitchell
last evening nfter spending several
days with his family in this city.
Misses Ethel and Carrie Frye and
Mrs. Clyde Cook will Jcnvo the last of
this week for Omaha to spend a few
Miss Evelyn Anderson, of Gothen
burg, who had been visiting her sister
Miss Ella Anderson for a week, left for
homo Sunday ovening.
Miss Mary Betts. who had been
taking medical treatment in Kearney
for a month past, returned yesterday
Mrs. Wm. Maloney, Sr.", returned
Sunday ovening from an extended visit
in Excelsior Springs, Snlinn, Knns.,
and Boone, In.
The Ladies Auxilary, of the B. of
L. E. will hold a meeting Friday after
noon nt which they will elect new
Perry Sitton came up from Omaha
Sunday to visit hfs daughter and left
that ovening for Roodhouse, 111., to
spend n couplo of weeks with his par
ents. Yesterday nftornoon R. F. Stunrfc
purchased the plumbing -nnd heating
fixtures of tho Schatz dcpartment.storo
and will move them to hinplaco of busi
ness on Locust street.
All members sf Colfax Encampment
No. 23, I. O. O. F. are requosted to be
present nt the hall on Friday ovening of
J. Guv Swoi'B, Scribe.
Miss Mnry Vincent, formerly a nurse
of this city who has boon employed in
St. Louis for several months, returned
hero the lnftcr part of last week to
spend a month or longer.
Mr, nnd Mm. Potor Becker, who were
married last wenk, havo returned from
their honeymoon trip to Denver and
will visit Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Know a
few days. They will reside in Staple
ton. Tho G. A. It. officers elected for tho
yenr-1913 woro as follows: Condr., Geo.
W. Rose; senior vice-president, Ashley
Potors; junior vico-prosident. J. F.
Schmnlzried; chaplain, T. C. Patterson;
qunrtor master, A. McMichael; officer
of the day, P. H. Roddy; officer of tho
guard, L. A. McDonald; rep. to dopt.
encampment, J . F. Schmnlzried; nide
on dopt. commander's staff, A. M.
Mason; joined post, Goo. W. Wiseman.
Joint Installation of Post and Corps,
Odd Fellows hall, Jan. 4, 1913.
Nearly now 8-room house, water and
Bewernge connections. Easy payment
on part of purchaso price. For partici
ulars inquiro of C. P. Martin. 802 East
Sixth street, North Platte. 80-1 '
It is the Kind that Enidiires.
$15.00 and Up.
Twin Pedestal Table
15.00 and Up.
Gifts today must be gifts that endure gifts that are serviceable as well as
beautiful and attractive and donors are making just s'uch presents. Furniture is
popular for Christmas giving for the reason that it goes into the home to stay
and is appreciated, not simply for the moment but for years, and always stands
as a reminder of the donor.
American people (like beautiful
things, but they also like things
that are practical, and furniture fur
nishes .the thoughtful buyer an op
portunity to get just the serviceable
kind of presents that will please the
most. This store is showing a large
line of furniture. Gifts that will be dresser and Messing
warmly received. in2 Tables $9 and UP
They are real, and they are priced that- everyone can find
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$10.50 and up Justtn-e giftsjfliat you can afford to buy.
We invite you to visit this stpre and inspect our large stocky You will
not be importuned to buv.
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High School Humbles All Stars.
High School foot ball team vs tho
AH Stars foot ball team in a game Fri
day the Oth resulted as follows: High
school 18. All Stars 12. The high school
team made their touch downs in the
2nd and 3rd quarterf. The first being
made on straight foot ball going thru
the All Stars for respective downs. In
tho 3rd quarter Cool replaced Russell,
the latter egain entering on the last
quarter. Tho second touch down was
made on line bucks nnd end runs.
The third touch down was due to tho
misplay of ono of the All Stars' best
players who fumbled tho ball on kick
off. The downs were made by Lin
coln and Norris. The last touch down
was made by n series of forward passes
by Bullard to Baldwin, no attempt be
ing made to kick goal, game ending
with the score 18 to 12. The high
school team and coaches claim this was
one of the hardest games of the s-ea.ion.
The high school boys cannot Le too
highly complimented as they
were out-weighed twenty-five pounds to
a man. Their showing against a team
of the caliber of the All Stars, which
was made up of men who had several
years experiesce, classes among tho
the best. Mussleman's eleven played ex
cellent ball considering the amount of
practice they had. Their strongest
plays were made in the fourth quarter.
Touch downs wero mads by Sandall and
Baldwin. A large number of fans at
tended the game the proceeds of which
will go to the high school fund.
Miss Adel LeDoyt, who had been ill
for several days, has recovered.
Master Molvfn VatoB ln i..ot.,l.,,r
jiir Sutherland to visit his grandparents.
Noble Anderson, of Gothenburg, is
transacting business in town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scott left last
night for Sutherland to visit relatives
for a few days.
Fully equipped, F. O. B. North Platte, $1115.00
J. S. Davis Auto Co.
TURKEYS, DUCKS, GEESE,
HENS AND SPRINGS.
Now is the time to sell, don't hold until all '
buyers will have their X-mns poultry
bought. You will get a lower prjee later.
We are paying the following prices per lb:
Young Tom Turkeys 12 lb? each and over .. ...... . 14c
Young Tom Turkeys under 12 lbs each 10 to 14c
Young Hen Turkeys, 8 lbs and over '.... 14c
Young Hen Turkeys under 8 lbs each 10c to 14e
Poor Turkoys Not Wonted, Worthless.
We want Geese right now.
Geese per lb , gc
Ducks .....!!...! 9c
Hens nnd Springs -.....!.. .8ic
We do not guarantee this price for more than three days from
date, and expect a drop by December 10th. Bring them in now and
get tho top price.
North Platte Produce Co.,
422 West Front St., North Plntte, Neb.
OWADAYS every man
must have a full dross-suit
to complete his wardrobe
outfit Without oni nnmnt.
can be at ease or welcome at
social functions. And futhermore
unless it is a perfect fitting dress
suit, such as you get in
Kahn TaUor4 Clothes
$20 to $45
he is ill at ease ami ludicrous.
You may figure that you can
afford to "take chances" in a
ready-made for business woar
but you don't dare do it for even
ing dress wenr. Here's the one
place where you simply must be
dressed fashionably, fittingly and
fastidiously. Nothing but tail-ored-for-alone
garments will meet
the occasion. Step in and let us
have the mutual pleasure of ex
amining the fabrics we have
to show you for ovening clothes.
Our prices for these exclusive
elegant garments are surprisingly
low, our workmanship is so hiRh
as to cause the marvel and
admiration even of our compet
itors. Do it today. '
The Clothes Specialist.
Room 9, WItmath Uld(.
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