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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1914)
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llow much belter and more checrfull your lable will look
for tins "dinner of the year" with the addition . of a few
needed articles in silver thai add so much lolhc elegance and
attraclivness of the lable appointments.
Let us susfcsl
Carving Sets, Ten Sets, New Styles in Spoons, Fern
Dishes, A Pretty Vase, and so many other useful articles to
make a pretty and attractive table. Will be pleased to show
CLINTON, Jewelerd Optician.
Oil Dewoy St.
We want your Repair Work.
i DR. 0. II. CRESSLER, S
2 Grndualc Dentist. S
o State Hank. e
Office over tho McDonald
' Largest assortment of Furs in west
ern Nebraska, now on sale at
BLOCK'S. Sets $2.08 to $75.00.
Air ntui Mrs. Charles Liurlc spent
siiiulnv visiting friends In tho Brady
A girl was born last Tuesday to
Mr. and Mrs. William Hunter, residing
south o tho city.
Savo $5.00 to 5U5.00 on' your Thanks
giving Coat or suit by attending tho
Big Coat und Suit salo at BLOCK'S.
Mlsa Nnnlno Iddlngs, n student at
tho state university, will arrive homo
tomorrow to spend tho Thanksgiving
Mrs. Clyde Moroy left Sunday even
ing for Lincoln to attend tho wedding
of her brother. Suo will also visit
in Hastings for a few days.
Mrs. Earl Hamilton, who had been
vlnlilntf ut Dallas. S. D.. for several
weeks, returned Friday. Her Bister,
Mrs. Sears accompanied her home.
The Elder and Kelly hunting party
returned Saturday night from Osh
kosh. They had fair shooting, kill
ing twenty-five geese, twenty-ono of
which they brought home.
Frank Nolan, railroad llreman, and
his brother Paul Nolan, clerk at tho
Rexnll drug storo, loft Sunday for
Sheridan, Wyo., where they will spend
Thanksgiving with their brother.
Under tho now tlmo cord which
goes Into effect next Sunday, tljo
branch train will mako tho round
trip each day Instead of having tho
crow remain over night at Halg.
A(bncr Wesaborg returned yesterday
..... 1 innniii ifli nm lin vlwltpil for a
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few days with tho university boys. Ho
also spent a few days visiting relatives
and menus in unman wiiuu uwuy.
For FIro and Life Insurance, see
UltATT & GOODMAN.
Tho literary department oj the
Twentieth Century club will bo on
ertalncd this aftornoon at tho home
of Mrs. Frank lluchanan. It will bo
guest day and a good attendance Is
Allison Wilcox 1b Buffering ,from a
sovero attack of typhoid fovor at tho
J. W. Payno roaldonco. The disease
dovolopcd Thursday and ho waa at
onco brought to town for medical at
tendance. Miss Iluth Slreitz, employed ao a
klndogarten teacher In tho Lincoln
schools will nrlvo home tomorrow
in Biinnd Thanksgiving with -her par
ents. She will bo nccompnnlcd by her
friend, Miss Joscphino Murphy.
Mrs. II. Boatman loft Sunday morn
ing for Elmwood, 111., whero she will
visit for a month with rolatlves and
friends. Sho had Tho Tribune for
warded to her addrosB thero as she
consldorfl it indispensable for getting
Ladles' suits ono-half price at the
Wilcox Department Storo.
I. D. Uostwlck, of Nowoll product,
was in town Saturday, the llrBt time
Blnco his long seigo of typhoid fever.
Mr. lioBtwlck and membora or Iub
family will make an auto trip to Be
atrice to visit hla mother, who Is past
ninety yonrs of age.
Effcctlvo under tho new tlmo card
next Sunday tho Donvor train. No. 11,
duo hero at 2:15 p. m:, will bo dis
continued. This will mean poor train
sorvlco for tho pooplo of Horshey,
Sutherland and l'axton desiring to
come to North Platte. They can still
reach hear at 7:45 In tho morning but
cannot return until No. a nt midnight
or on No. 19 at 8:45 tho following
Dean J. J. Ilowker returned Friday
from a trip of several days through
tho northwestern part of hla torrltory.
Ho visited nt Goring, Bridgeport, Sld
noy and Ogalalla. Ho held meetings
and looked after other church mat
ters at theso places. At Bridgeport
ho conducted tho funornl aorvlces ov
er tho remnlns of Rev. llnrtman, rec
tor in charge of the Bridgeport church,
Thursday morning, , w
Xo preparation Is equal to Imperial
Crcuiii Lotion for chapped hands,. A
full I ounce bottle fiTc, nt Stone's
Urns Store. . ' tf
Kcv. J. L. Barton o the Baptist
church is expected home tomorrow
from a trip of several days on business
over In Iowa.
Your child has ordered a doll ror
Christmas. Santa Claus has left It
with tho Presbyterian ladles. Please
call for It December lird.
Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, of Edinn,
Mn.. viRlted in town Inst weok with
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bocsch. Mrs. Clark
is a sister of the latter.
Rev. Henry Ives of Ogajalla Is ox
pected to spend Thanksgiving in the
city. Ho will assist in mo services
at tho Episcopal church In tho morn
ing. Miss Elizabeth Hlnmnn leaves to
morrow for Grand Island where she
will spend Thanksgiving visiting with
friends. Sho will sponu mo remain
der of tho week there.,
The Celebrated Lightning Combined
l'oicr Self-feed liny Tress nt Her
sliev's opposite post office. Phono IS.
Mrs. Broach of Denver arrived in the
city yesterday for a visit of a few
days with friends. Sho is returning
from nn extended viBit in mo casi
and stopped olt hero. Sho formerly
lived In this city.
Tho Presbyterian ladles will serve a
35c tablo supper In their church base
ment evening of Decombcr 3rd, begin
ning at 5:30. Tho fnncy work booth
anil all othor booths will bo open for
sales at thrco o'clock.
Miss Mary Cox of Falrbury, Neb.,
und Miss Ethel Uoo, of Rutland, 111.,
who havo boon vlsltfng In tho city for
tho past few weeks at tho II. G.
Knowlca homo, left yesterday morn
ing for Gibbon whero they will spend
Bomn tlmo visiting A. R. Nichols and
Tho Presbyterian ladles wish to an
nounce thero will bo no "war tax" on
article sold at their fair December 3rd.
Remember tho Parcel Post Booth and
tho Pure Food Booth besides many
artlclos of fancy work and plain and
fnncy aprons all on sale at this fair
Yes, and candy, too!
x Jos. T. Murphy, In chargo of tho
Union Pneitlc carpenter repair gang,
will leavo soon with his crow up the
branch to movo some section houses
(Julto nn. extensive ro-constructlon ,
trip! Will 1)0 inniio anil muy win iiux.'
a work train tltted ip with "all the
comfoits of homo" as nearly as pos
sible. They will start about tho tlrst
of next month.
The Monarch Malleable Iron Range,
the Slav Satisfactory Range nt Her-
shoj's, opposite post ofllce. Phone l..
II. G. Knowles, pastor of tho Chris
S ONE CUSTOMER REMARKED, wo are selling pianos and players like they were so many papers of pins.
Hardly as fast as that, but Ave are selling them faster than we ever did before, and faster, perhaps, than they
.were ever sold by any dealer anywhere. The success of this Co-Operative Family Piano Sale has far exceeded
our expectations. We knew that on account of the extremely low prices and terms we are enabled to make
economical folks would grasp this opportunity to save, we knew that the prices having been revolutionized it would
create a sensation and we were prepared to take care of a great many customers. But we were completely astounded
at the way they responded. Frankly, we did not know there were so many homes in this city without pianos or pTay-er-pianos.
Y are actually selling pianos and players down here in less than fifteen minutes, quite a contrast to the old way,
then it toolrneyeV less than an hour and sometimes a year to sell a piano to some people.
To say that we are pleased doesn't express it by half, we are particularly gratified in that we have proven beyond a
doubt what we have always contended but didn't have the nerve to try out before that by giving the customers un
questionably low prices and terms, thus selling them quickly, it is just as easy to sell pianos as it is any staple article.
We have adopted the only means by which we could honestly and fairly offer instruments at wonderfully low pric
es and now that it has ceased to be an experiment and has become an actual fact, we feel that we are entitled to the
thanks of the entire piano trade for showing them a new, economical way.
The old way made tho selling cost per piano 'enormous, this way, the Co-.
Operative way, big sales;, small profits, etc., the selling cost is only one-fifth the
former amount. T-he other fellow has found here the greatest bargains of his
life, why 'don't you, who haven't as yet bought, take advantage of this Co-Operative
Family I'inno Sale? We have done our share, we have made these prices
possible, we protect you in your purchase in a way that is better and safer than
any other dealer ever protected. Can you ask for anything more fair?
Come today, look through this magnificent stock. If the prices are not
lower than you have ever seen, quality considered,, don't buy.
COME AND INVESTIGATE AT ANY RATE.
erms on pianos as
TEIOLS on players to suit you.
We will make n fair allowance for
your old piano, in exchanging lor
PIANOS Knabe, A. It. Chase, Schacfier, 31c
Plmll, Pncknrd, Price & Teeple, It. S. Howard,
Kimball, Ilrinkcrhoff, Smith & Barnes, Marshall
& Wendell, Wilson, Croun, Holland, Gaston,
thin church, spent Sunday evening in'LSJ
tho city, returning to Sutherland yen jJ
torday morning. Ho announces that 3fl
tho meetings nro progressing nieob LC
there. Good crowds attended the j
threo nights last weok and they havi 31
started oft well this woek. Both si r lj
vices Sunday wero well attended m-
Tho Empress theatre Is putting on rj3
a Belgian benoflt program this even I Si
lug unili r tho ausplceB of the children LE
of tho i-ity who havo enlisted to as-1 riJI
Hist. Already a largo number of tick-1 Hi
eta havo been sold and a largo crowd UKj
Ih expected thla evening. Tho Bale of rij
tlckoU hcKim last Saturday ami ai
largo number of them wero sold that
day. Many of tho children of the city
havo takon up tho proposition and tiro
selling tlckota on tho street.
Thanksgiving Day donations to the
now Good Samaritan hospital will bo
rocolvcd at tho hospital building to
morrow aftornoon from two to six
o'clock by Mrs. John McGraw and Mrs.
Georgo T. Mold. Offerings of can
ned goods, prosorvos. Jolllca and oth
or non-perlshnblo food stuffs, as well
ns cash donations, or donations of bed
linen will bo thankfully received.
I nm horo propared to glvo les
sons In elocution, In connection will
teach English and Physical Culture.
Will coach plays on reasonablo terms.
x ALMA SHOUP
Phono Black 422.
Clinton's Jewelry Store 0,,,t,r 8fore:n ss"nl,,d Is,nml North Platte ffi
iopiigh' ton. 1 W Mc COMBES IU production In part or whole positively prohibited. -
Other Features, Benefits, Etc.,
Which Do Xot Cost You a
FUEL TRIAL For thirty days you
may try out the piano you select In
your home. If at the end of that time
you do not want to keep it, notify us
and we will send for the piano and
return to you every cent you have paid.
FREE EXCHANGE PRIVILEGE
Any time within one year you may ex
change your piano for a player or a
higher priced Instrument and we will
allow you all that you have paid.
FREE DELIVERIES All pianos
or players are put In your home free
of charge. This applies to exchanges
WE GIVE FREE with each piano,
a stool to match and a scarl.
WARRANTIES Each of the new
pianos oifered you are guaranteed
against all defects, some five years,
some a life time, by the makers. On
top of that we give our personal war
ranty, doubly protecting you.
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Cut out, fill In, sign, send to us today.
GASTON MUSIC CO.
Gontlemon: Kindly send mo lint of
Co-Oporatlvo Bargains opiy'Sr,8
not to exceed $.,.,. in prlco
I und tlie tonns ou snmo. . . .-
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