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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1913)
If he Smokes
Present hjni with a Box of
IFand made from the best Tobacco
The best Nickel Cigars
The best Dime Cigars
In North Platte
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gJ-rajX iincl in our store a more complete and sumptuous assortment ot guts -iftvOOTByfO
i f I lan cver orc' We nave tms year anticipated rthat this will be the L
3I ' ' Ipy "reatest gift-civing season in our history. We have made preparations & I U
Y$'( as never before to meet every demand of the discriminating buyer.' vL i
is in the air at Clintons' Jewelry Store and
find in our store n more complete and sum
than ever before. We have this year anticipated rthat this will be the
greatest gift-giving season in our history. We have made preparations
as never before to meet every demand of the discriminating buyer.'
We oiler below a suggestions to aid the Christmas Shopper.
SILVER NOVELTIES- A
multitude of novelties in sterling,
J. F. SCHMALZRIED,
The man who has been making cigars in North Platte
for over a quarter of a century.
DIAMONDS, of that superiority
of quality and beauty always
associated with our name. Lav
a:lieres, Rings, Lockets, .Bracelets
WATCHES -Wrist- watches,
combining beauty with utility.
Neck Chain watches with a wide
range of prices. For a Man's
watch nothing could be more
acceptable than one of the new
thin model Elgin; gold-filled, Ten
M 'dollars tip; 14k; gold, Twenty-five
'dollars up, .--. t
GOLD JEWELERY- A wide
assortment of articles in gold for
both men and women Cuff Links
i-r ,., i, Scarf -Pins, Tie Clasps, Pennants
' Bar1 Pins, Barrettcs, etc.
practical and useful gifts at all
pricesfrom One dollar up. Key ,
Rings, Key Chains, Knives,
Pencils, Bottle OpcnerstunCoin
Holders, Purses, Card Cases,
Traveling Cases, Traveling Slip
pers, Drinking Cups, Jewel,
Glove and Collar Cases, Sewing
Baskets, Card Cases, Cigar and
Cigarette Cases, etc. -
CUT GLASS-A wV variety
of distinctive articles in many
jdesigns.. BL-,, .. '
"The Store of Efficient Service"
511 Dewey Stv
North Platte. Nebraska
FREE7 A 50c Jar of BALM 0F ALMOND.
A Cream and Powder Combined. That dull finish im
possible to obtain from dry powder in flesh or white tints.
Buy a sponge which is used in applying the Balm for 15c
and get a 50c jar FREE. By mail 5c extra.
.Stone Drug Co.,
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Sunday School nt 10 a. m. 11 a. m.
Sermon theme: "The Mtssage of the
Cradle." At 7:30 p.m.. the following
program will be given.
Chorus Anthem "Joy to the World"
Duet "Song of My Soul" Jaul
Solo "Fear Yo Not 0 Israel" Buck
Anthem "There were Shepherds.. Buck
Trio "Lift Thine Eyes" Elijah
Reading, Mrs. F. N. Buchanan
Anthem "Arise Shine" Buck
Solo ''Brighest and Best" Beibel
Offertory March Pontificalle Bossi
Anthom "Oh! Come All Ye Faithful"
On Christmas eve there will be an
old fashioned Christmas tree and a
cantata "The Message of Christmas"
given in the church by the Sunday
school. Much timehasjbeen given in
preparation for theso exercises and we.
are looking forward to having a good
time. The parents and friends of tne
young people are invited.
F6r all acute or chronic diseases, the
Indicater homeopathic remedy, always
the safest, quickest'and best. ,
tf rt TWinem Drug Dept;
Maude Louden Weds Leon Sawyer
Miss Maude Louden of this city was
united in marriage to Leon C. Sawyer,
of Grand Island Wednesday morning at
eight o'clock at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Louden,
of South Chestnut street. Rev. J. L.
Barton of the Baptist church officiated.
The house was tastily decorated with
ferns and pink and white roses. Miss
Ethel Louden admitted the guests.
Only the immediate relatives were pre
sent at the ceremony and Mrs. Caress,
of Overton, aunt to the bride, was the
The bride wore a blue broad cloth
suit and her mother wore blue messa
line silk. Immediately after the cere
mony, a four-course wedding breakfast
was served. The couple left in the
morning for Lawrence, Kans., where
they will visit the croom's parents.
They expect to be gone about January
l, wnen will return and make their
home in Grand Island.
The bride has lived here sirjee her
childhood and has a host of friends who
wish hor all the bliss of wedded life.
The groom was a former resident of
this city for several years but is now
traveling out of Grand Island for a
Myrtle and Vicinity,
Jas. Gambrel and family left Friday
for their new home in Idaho.
Ralph Merritt and wife have been
enjoying a series of charivari parties the
J. A. Russell transacted business at
the county seat Wednesday and
Preparations are being made for a
Xmas tree at the red school house.
Harry Arderv marketed hogs at the
county seat Monday.
J. N. Walz and wife and daughter
were North Platte visitors this week.
Chas Gambrel delivered an organ to
school district 03 Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ean Greeley transacted
business at the county scat Tuesday.
Jos Knajdl made his semi-monthly
trip to North Platte Tuesday.
Local and Personal.
Arojou buying your meat atthonow
Cash market. If not, why not? ,
Dr. andMrs. II. C. Brock leavo today
for Falrbury whero thoy will visit rel
atives until after Christmas.
Qutmotto: "An active dime Iwb a
lazy Quarter skinned a city block."
Try us for good meats ot all kinds.
StebbinB &. Clark, the Cush Market.
' Sweet grass baskets ono-half regular
price. Dixon, Tho Jeweler.
Emll Voseipka, of tho McDoilald
bank force leaves about January 1st on
a trip to Pacific coast points. If ho
likes ttho country he may decide to
For Rent? Front room with steam
heat; -106 East Third streot. .
Misses Edna and Ethel Cate, of Osh
kosh, are visiting friends in tho city
Miss Eva Jackson and George Jack
son, of Oahkosh, arrived in the city
this morning for a visit with friends.
The Junior Auxiliary of the Church
of Oilr Saviour will have a doll bazaar
ut the parish house Saturday afternoon
at three o'clock.
Wanted- Girl for general housework
Mrs. M. K. Neville. tf
Last Monday ovening about midnight
A. R. Adarnson became seriously ill,
anil suffered much, but under tho caro
of Dr. McCabe Is progeBBlng favorably,.
Make your bath room beautiful with ueceesary
luxuries such as t
Glass Towel Shelves Opalite Towel Shelves
Crystal Towel Bars Opalite Towel Bers
Nickel Towel Bars Tumbler Holders
Tooth Brush Holders Bath Seats Mirrors
and many other bath room assessorics sold by
R. F. STUART,
610 Pine St. Phone 69.
Appropriates Gart and Sells It.
A tyoung man was apprehended yes
terday morning just after he had old a
cart that had been missing for the
last two weeks from Sluder and Distol's
shop on the North side. The cart was
missed about two weeks ago and the
owners have been searching for it since
that timo. Frank Distel found the
part yesterday just after it had been
sold at a second hand store. The young
man was caught and returned the
money to the dealer and thd cart was
returned to the owners. The cart was
worth about twenty dollars and was
sold for a dollar and a half. The young
man stated that he found the cart in
his yard and took it for granted it was
his. It had been repainted, however.
No names will be mentioned as the
owners do not intend to persecute the
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Its the surest way of getting something that will please mother, sister or the other fellows sister. This store is now
many choice practical gifts, every one a Womans gift, and our prices make them doubly attractive.
A FEW SUGGESTIONS-
Coats, Silk Hose,
Skirts, Fine furs always appreciated and now offered at a discount of Bags,
Dresses, ' Waists,
l!!.crws' ' ' .25 Per Cent' S,
SilkPcttictnits, ' ' Belts.
Remember from now until Christmas we are selling any Coat, Dress or Skirt at J"0 J JU JU
LADIES' OUTFITTING STORE.
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