The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, December 19, 1913, Image 12

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Saturday morning from 10 to 11 O'clock,
$5.00 All-Wool Sweaters
From 3 to 4 in the afternoon and from 7 to 8 in
the evening Men's $25 and $30 Overcoat
$15 75
From 4 to 5 in the afternoon and from 8 to 9 in the
' evening, Boys $7.50 and $8 Overcoats
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Local and Personal
Dick linker wna a business visitor to
Omaha this week.
Mrs. G. T. Fields will loavo next
week for Detroit, where she will spend
tho winter. i
Tho Wilcox Department store is hnv
ing n "special sale on Woodward's
Glen Itowe, who ia employed at tho
Iddlns lumber 'yard, will spond Xmus
with relatives in McCook.
(harlc3 Horidy and daURhter.'Miss
Lillian, will leave tho first of. tho year
to spend tho winter in California.
Graeo Ogior, who attends business
coIUko in Hastings, is spending tho
hoHjiays with Jior parents in this city.
Sterling silver spoons, regular price
85ciand $1.00, Christmas sale 50c.
Dixon, Tho Jeweler.
Mi8s Janet McDonald who is attend
ing tho Gorton school for girls at
Winnqtka, III., arrived homo Wednes
day to spend tho holidays with her par
ents in this city.
Mrs. A. J. Salisbury, who has boon
ill for tho past two weeks, is' reported
vory much improved. She wns suffering
from a sevoro attack of Ingrippe and
was throatonod with typhoid fover.
Misscs.Beryl and Helen Jotor, who
nro attending school at Borkorly,
Calif., nro expected to arrivohomo
Tuesday to spttnd t,hu holidays
with thoir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
W. A. Conklin, who lias chnrgo of
the construction work at tho new round
house, was a business visitor to Omaha
500 gold jewel boxes $1.25 size at EOc,
$1.50 size at 75c, and $2.00 size $1.00.
Dixon, Tho Jeweler.
Miss Erma Huffman, who is attend
ing school in Omnha will arrive homo
this ovening to spend tho holidays with
her paronts.
Miss jiucilo Wilcox returned homo
yesterday from Oberlin, Ohio, where
she is attending college. Sho will visit
horo throuch the holidays.
List your "for sale'1" properly wilh
Bratt & Goodman. They can seil it if
priced right.
The case of A. E. Donnldson vs R.
L. Nickerson was"' tried Wednesday
morning in the count court nnd was
taken under advisemont'by tho judge.
The suit is to cclloct notes aggregating
to $'275 alleged to bo duo the plaintiff.
Counter charges of broach of warranty
Were filed by tho defendant, and ho
askn judgement from thej, plaintiff for
alleged damages.
Society and Clubs
K.O.T.M. Notice.
The regular review of tho Macca
bees will bo held on Monday evening
Dec. 20th instead of Dec. 25th, 1913.
Hv order of commander W. II. C.
Woodhurat. C. M. Newton,
H. K.
Santa Clans -Headquarters
for everything hi Horses Jewelry. We have
. full lino of Saddles from $20 to $50, Bridles
at all prices, Spur from 50 cents to 7.00.
'. And a fine ljne of Automohile robes and
j; J llprse blankets at a price to suit your pocket-
,, . -book. Double and Single driving harness. j
'ft and work harness in the reach of all.
Miss Kathleen Flynn entertained
a nurribor of her friends at cards Mon
day dvening at her home. The evening
was spent at progressive high five.
There were four tnblos and the prizes
woro won by Carrie Fryo and Clyde
Gideon. Tho concolation prize went to
Mrs. C. E. Cook. At a lato hour a dainty
two course luncheon waa served hv
Misses Gertrude Falkner and Madge
I'lynn. AH present ronort a nleosant
A miscellaneous shower was given'
Wednesday eveuincr at tho hnriTo nf
Miss Margaret Chaigio in honor of Miss
Hess uunuy who is to bo married to
Harold F. Wright on December 29. A
large number attended and the bride
was tho recipient of many beautiful
gifts. The ovening was spent playing
progressive high five and tho prize
was won by Miss Edna Sullivan. A
linen shower will bo given this evening
in honor of Miss Bundy at the homo of
Mm. J. A. Skow, 815 East Fifth
street. Mrs. Skow and Miss Kate
Spies will entertain.
Write every kind of good insurance,
fire, lightning, cyclone, windstorm,
plateglass, steam boiler, every kind
of surety bond, automobile, etc, nt
the lowest possible rates. See them
Railroad Notes
F. W. Newhnrt, of Omaha, nrrived
in tho city Monday to locoto the new
sewer for the Union Pacific roundhouse.
Mr. Newhart,l8 an ojngineer for that
Ono of tho switch engines wai tem
porarily taken off in the local yards
Tuesday evoning on account ot the
slack time of tho year. Thore is still
an enormusnmountof switching to be
done but oidors were sent from head
qnarters to toko one engine off.
Foreman P. J. Norton at the round
house states that there is the greatest
ovorflow of unemployed mechanics this
year that has oyer been seen in this
part of tho country. Every day for the
last few weeks from one to five appli
cations have come in to him from skilled
workmen, such as boilcrmakers and
blacksmiths. Tho work fat tho round
house is well caught up at present and
he has very little need of these men.
For Sale Household goods: chairs,
tables, beds plain, but good and in good
condition one bed room suite of bed,
marble-top bureau, wash stand, and
chairs to match; buffet, kitchen cabinet,
hard-coal burner, gasolino Btoe. gal
vanized iron tubs, wash boards, wringer,
refrigerator, yard and garden tools.
Canned fruit and pickles. Must be sold
nt once. Phono Blk 4G4. 94-2
Garfield Items.
Ed. Fox and Cy Fox made a trip
Nortli Platte Wednesday
George Helmcamp made a trip
Arnold Friday after coal.
Gage Saulters and Mr. McCants
Arnold were up on businP03 at D.
Myer3 last Tuesday.
Ed. Fox went to Stapleton Friday,
after a wind mill for Mark Smith.
I Robert Gutherless of North Piatto
called at . Sensels homo Thursday
Edith, Harry, and Grace Goodenow
and Courtie Aubie went to Callaway
Friday to visit relatives and friends a
few days.
Miss Bessie Pearce and Mr. Harrv
Steel of Callaway was married at Kear
ney Wednesday Dec. 10.
C. C. Siver went to Arnold Friday,
after a load of coal.
Gus Klump and wife went to Staple
too Saturday.
Leila Brummet of Arnold "is home
visiting her parents for a few days.
Cy'Fox purcdased a now Buick car
last week while in North Piatte.
Newt Brummet mado u trip to Gandy
Jake Miller has a car ho got while in
North Platte last week.
Mi1, and Mrs. J. H. Smith went to
For the
or his
Nothing will give 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 tor
the making of home pictures that will appeal to the whole
Brownie Mafktlw $ 1.00 to
Cameras ) Factories J $12.00
, Schiller'' s Drug Stores
The Rexall Store.
The Nyal Store.
Arnold last Friday.
Verna Siver spent Sunday with her
LuluJClump is on the sick list.
A danco will be given at the hall Sat
urday evening, Dec, 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Folk visited at
J. H. Smith's Sunday.
Miss Nellie Joy, of Oakland, Nebr.,
is visiting L. II. Joy a few days.
Temple's Real Estate Bulletin, will bo
published during the first part of Janu
nry, If you wish your property listed
therein, phone the office. C. F. Temple
Antone Holup and Mrs. Antone Hol
up, who were brought before Judge
Grant Tuesday afternoon on complaint
of J. Frank Dancer, were bound over
to the district court on bonds to keep
the peace. They furnished the bonds
and were permitted to return to their
homo in the Wallace vicinity. i
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Winquest, of
Brady visited in the city the fore part
of tho week. Mr. Winqnest has re
cently purchased stock in the , Brady
state bank and Monday was elected to
the position of cashier.
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500 Votes
Votes on all Shoes
Ladies ready to wear
Cloaks, Suits, and
Skirts, Men's Cloth
ing. GET BUSY.
500 Votes
On all Ladies Clocks
Suits, Skirts, Shoes
and Men's Clothing.
From Wednesday to
Stock ;s now being ruthlessly slaughtered selling for half or less, no reasonable offers
refused, got the money and get it quick is the orders, Just think of it, thousands and
thousands of dollars going for
Less Tliam 60 Cents on the Dollar.
Mil W. T. BANKS quits January 1st, 1914; We are positively forced to wind up the
business for MR. W. T. BANKS by the above date.
Gifts for Every one. We
have a full New Stock of
Jewelry for holiday Gifts,
.including Bracelets, Lockets,
Fob chains, rings and many
other articles that will.make
nice gifts.
L. A Line.
The North Platte Jeweler.
sH5350 Piano given away free
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AVill be placed on sale each afternoon from 3;00 lo 4:00 and each evening from 7 to 8,
Beginning Wednesday afternoon at 3.00. This will be the greatest bargain event
eer, offered in North Platte. NOTE the guarantee on these packages, here is where your
quarters will do the work ot nan aonars ana uouars. L-nance 01 a tile time.
Note the Contents 01 these racKages. we positively guarantee you a be tae price
asked and in many instances, three and four times as much. There will be Millinery goods
Ribbons, Dry Goods, Notions, Fancy Ilankerchiefs, Underwear, Ladies Skirts, hundreds of
articles worm lour umes prices asweu.
$350 Piano Given Away Free
Wednesday Evening, Dec. 24, at 9 o'clock
In the event of a tie prize to be equally divided hu
anions' contestants
Good until Saturday, December 20
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