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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1913)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., DECEMBER 12, 1913.
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Men's $12.50 Suits or Over
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Men's $15 Suits or Overcoats
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Men"s $25 Overcoats or Suits
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Nothing wilLgive the young folks more good clean, fun
than a Brownie Camera. Any child that has passed the
Kindergarten stage can readily take pictures with a
Brownie. ' Every step has been made simple, easy.
And Christmas day offers endless opportunities lor
the making of home pictures that will appeal to the whole
Brownie MaJaakthe $1-00 to
Cameras Factories ) $12.00
Schiller 's Drug Stores
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Nothing Reserved. Every Men's and Boys' Suit and Overcoat in
.Everyvslyle thatV wanted, every ?"'-' Tid color that's' good, is here. V$ fine new stock to ate, Iect
sweetheart. Haberdashery in all colon, J 'cityles all go at the regular ONE-FOURTH off prices. We
and Lincoln county a chance to make up ior the poor, crop year.
C. O. WEINGAND'S, The Quality iPlace. Hf
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Stage Set For Red
and White Banquet.
Final preparations arc beinjj made
for the first annual Red and White
banquet which will bo held this evening
in the science room at the high school
building. This is the first of these
affairs in which the high school girls
and lady teachers have been included,
and it is being given by the high school
girls, under tho supervision of Mrs.
Hart. Heretofore, the annual banquets
have included only tho boys.
Elaborate preparations are being
made and a fine toast list has been pre
pared. Covers will be laid for one hun
dred. The menu cards are very unique
designu painted by the high school girls.
Music for the evening will be furnished
by the girls' quartette and will consist
of original foot ball song. Preceoding
the banquet, a reception will be held in
the high school assembly room.
Miss Nanine Iddings will preside at
thelbanquetastoastmiBtross.and the fol
lowing toasta have been prepared: "Our
Past," Mr. Neville; "Our Future,"
Mr. Keefe; "Our Team." Captain Mc
Williams; "OurGirls," PaulOttenstein;
"Our High School Spiric," Superinten
dent Tout; "Our Trips." Jay Smith;
"Our Boys." Mario LeDoyt.
A two-courso banquet Will be served
by the high school girls; tho tables will
be decorated with red and whit carna
Wait! Wait! Wait!
"You want your overcoat now?"
"Weather waits for no man."
"No man (in a hurry) waits for a
C. 0. WKIfJOAND.
Miss Alma Waltemath was hostess to
tho Indian card club Wednesday aftpr
noon and delightfully entertained the
ladies. The fork prize was won by
Mrs, J. F. Clahaugh and the second
prize by Mrs. C. M. Reynolds. Enjoy
able refreshments wero serveu,
Your choice of any Ladies
Misses Sweater in our store at
for Saturday only.
$3, $4 and $5
Sweaters go at $1.
We do not show
you old merchandise from year to year.
So in order to clean up our stock we
will give you advantage of our loss.
Remember only $1 buys an all wool
sweater. E. T. Tramp & Son.
- The Quality Place
Attention Tax Payers:
Special sewer tax on extension to
sewer lateral "M", $24.00 por lot, is
now due and payable, This tax bears
interest if not paid before Dec. 20th.
F. L. MOONEY,
If your heating plant is not working
just right, call on Stuart, the Plumbor.
Christian Saienco Service Sunday
11 a. m. Subject: "God The Preserver
of Man." Sundajr School 12 m. K. P.
hall, Dewey bt.
A baby boy was born yesterday
mornipg to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Thoo
lacko: We regret to stato that the
condition of the mother is vory critical.
Vacuum Cleaners make nico Christ
mas gifts. Let me have your order.
Mrs. M. V. Mitchell, phono Red 104.
Theodore Eirdam. Jr.. has purchased
tho formor Fred Kade property on east
f ourth street as a Homo tor his parents
and himBolf. Thoy will take possession
Mr. and Mrs. Valerius, formerly of
Detroit, Mich., have recently moved to
North Platto and will mako their home
hero in tho future. Mr. Vnlerius is a
high class mechanic and up-to-date in
all lines of heating and heating appli
ances and is in the employ of It. F.
Stuart, the plumbor.
OUlcora of the W. K. C. for tho en
suing year wero elected Sa turday as
follows: Mrs. Anna Church, president,
MrB. Sandford Hartman, vice-prosident;
Mrs. Mary bcharman, icnaplain; .Mrs.
Mary Elder, trcasuror; Mrs. James
McMichael, conductor; Mrs. Knapp,
guard; and Mrs. Jackson, organist. A
public installation of officers will be
held on the evening of January 3 in the
I. 0. 0. F. hall. The public is invited to
attend and an extensive program is
' -,,. , Established 1887
fMqtualBuiiding & Loan Association
of North l'latte, Nebraska,
Assets December 1, 1913, $5GG,896.07.
Paid up stock pays six per cent divi
dends and may bo cashed at any time
on thirty days notice.
Monthly, savings, installment stock,
tiava elffht ner cent dividendn.
Either stock maytye subscribed for at
any time. f
This Association is operated under
stato supervision and stock affords an
investment that cannot be excelled for
T. C. Pattekson, Pras.
S. Goozee, Secretary.
Now buys a Boys' $3.00 Suit or
Boys' $4.00 Suits or Overcoats
Now buys a Boys' $5.00 Suit or
Boys' $6.00 Suits or Overcoats
Boys' $8.00 Suits or Overcoats
the store goes at 1-S off.
a present for the husband, son, brother or.
do this to give the people of North Platte
Six cars in an east bound freight
wore dornilod at Brady Tuesday nfter
noon, causing a delay of six hours
Wilber Winquost has purchased tho
interests of R. F.'Davi3 in tho Brady
Stato Bank, and will enter tho bank
Monday. Ho also purchased tho Davis
J. E. Baker, who suffered a paraly
tic stroke seyeral months ago, is in n
very critical condition and may para
away any hour. .
Do Your Christmas
And do it where you can get what you want
We carry a full line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries. Yellowstone Canned Goods,
Dried Fruits, Christmas Candy and Nuts,
Olives, Pickles, Jams and Mince Meats.
Visit our Queensware department and get a
gift that will be useful as well as beautiful
Dinner sets ranging in price from $7.50 tov.
$14.00 per hundred piece set. Glassware
and Kitchen Cutlery.
North Side Cash Grocery,
F. D. WESTENFELD, Prop.
Tho literary department of tho Twen
tieth Century Club will meet with M.rs.
J. B. Redfiefd noxt Tuesday afternoon.
A meeting of tho civic department of
tho Twentieth Contury Club is called
for 7:30 tomorrow ovonlng at tho pub
He library. " Tho chairman asks for a
full attendance as matters of import
ance will bo discussed.
D. M. Douthott, of Overton, .trans
acted business in town yesterday. Mr.
Douthutt has beon montioned as' a pos
sible ronublican candidato for state
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