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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1915)
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This Is A Jewelry
Wc have the newest designs and
styles in jewelry, Diamonds, Braclct
Watches, Solid Gold and Filled
New patterns in Sterling Silver
and Plated ware that are selling well
A pretty Gold handled Umbrella
makes a very "ice Christmas Gift.
Ivory toilet articles are selling big
wd engrave in any col6r to match
your dresser set.
Fine sparkling cut glass, the new
est and prettist cutting.
The prettiest solid gold Lavilliers
with diamond and Pearl setting.
Always pleased to show you.
Clinton, The Jeweler.
Look for tho sign with tho big ring.
LOCAL AND TERSONAL.
Mrs. Carl Holman -will entertain
fifty ladies at a kensington this after
noon. A pretty cut glass water set for
$3.50. CLINTON, Tho Jeweler.
Machinist Herman Erb left Wed
nesday "night for a visit with friends
Cut glass bargains in sugar and
creamers 50 cents a pair up.
CLINTON, Tho Jeweler.
The county commissioners will meet
'n session Mjnday for tho transaction
of routino business.
See our specnl lino of Christmas
novelties. ' "
DIXON, The Jeweler.
Byron Oborst, now associated with
Albert Muldoon, will leave next week
for Omaha to spend tho holidays. Up
on his return after January first ho
will be accompanied by Mrs. Oborst.
A good watch will help him or her
in ovory day life. Thoy lnsuro prompt
ness and accuracy in tho details of
life. Wo havo tho reliable inakoa El
gin, Walthain, Hamilton and Hall.
DIXON, tho Jeweler and U. P. Watch
Tho Royal Neighbor Social Club
was entertained at tho Intra of Mrs.
James Sebastian, 911 oast Second
street Wednesday afternoon. Tho fol
lowing wore selected to offico for next
torm: President, Mrs. H. P. Henckcl;
vice-president, Mrs. Gortrudo John
ston; secretary and treasurer, Mrs.;
Lena Johnson. Mrs. C. M. York ns
sisted Mrs. Sebastian In serving a
very nice lunch.
Houses and nice uicunt rooms, .stor
age space ami safe deposit boxes.
HHATT & GOODMAN.
Unless some dcfinlto objection is
filed with tho Union Pacific thero Is In
prospect sweeping chnngo of tho Kcar-
ney-Staploton service. Tho chaugo be
ing considered by tho officials is nono
other thnn cancellation of tho passeu
ger servlco effectlvo now, a complcto
alteration of this servlco being made.
Tho passenger servlco will bo limited
to ono train each day, a steam train
to leavo Stapleton In tho morning and
return in tho evening. Kearney Hub.
Tho snow this week Intorforredwlth
County Supt. Gnntt making a trip
that would havo completed the In
spection of every school lu tho county.
There are more than ono hundred
school districts in tho county, and
when you consider that Lincoli coun
ty is fifty-four miles long and forty
eight miles wide, and that only a few
of the sciiools can bo reached by
jallroad, you can easily imagine how
(many miles Miss Gantt must drive
George Weir, a student at tho Btato
university, returned homo yesterday
to spend tho Christmas vacation.
Georgo Freed returned Wednesday
from Omaha, where ho combined
business with pleasuro for a week.
It. D. Birgo and Ed Rebhauscn re
turned Wednesday night from a duck
hunt up tho North river. Tho trip her Ford car In order to visit each
was not very successful.
Maurice Fowler came up from
Grand Island yesterday to inspect a
bunch of thirty-two mules which W.
T. Wilcox Is offering for salo.
limit & Goodman arc offering great
bargans in real estate for salo and
exchange. Sco them.
Let Spiccr's Parcel Delivery deliver
FnMnnor Mil TTnvM oni snvnn ' your Christmas packages. Efficiency
... - ' oml ri$rttr Onrtflrtrt its nun mntfn fnll
year old son nro victims or small-.""" "'
pox, the disease having do'clopel
Chief of PolliM Baker renorts six
cases of small-pox, two cases of dip
theria and one case of measles under
Huffman's Cigar Store, Red 247
The open season for killing wild
ducks and gecso clpsed- yesterday.
Hunters as a irulo had poor success,
tho birds not being as plentiful as In
Nothing makes a more appreciated,
lasting or interesting Xmas gift than
an Eastman Kodak. To take a snap
shot of family or local scenes is a
pleasure and tho picture Is always a
reminder of tho scene or tho event
connected therewith Tho Rincker
Book & Drug Co. yesterday received
a larce lino of those celebrated
Eastman Kodaks which rango In
prico from $1.00 to $65.00, and in
eluded are tho latest stylo auto
graphic. If you anticipato buying a
Kodak for Christmas, you certainly
will want to see tho lino at Rinckor'a.
This store also carries everything in
tho lino of supplies needed by thoama
W TIME IS FLEETIWG H
Only Ten More Buying Days until Chris; mas,
We have Everything that Suggests Christmas
All kinds of Practical merchandise and a
nice line of Novelties, too.
There are so many things it would be an
utter impossibility to mention them all.
We have everything as easy as possible for
the shopper arranging our merchandise so
you can almost wait on yourself although we
are all ready to serve you and make sugges
tions. Remember time is fleeting and now is
when you get the good things.
Novelties, Collars, Ties, Hankerchiefs, Belts
Gloves, Mittens, Pin Cushions, Bags, Station
ery, Broaches, Necktie Racks, Hosiery Sets,
Boudoir caps, Sofa Cushions.
The above novelties are made up in dainty
Xmas ways at price within reach ol everyone.
Our line of Infants clothing is complete,
Caps, Bonnets, Vest, Hose, Bootees, Coats,
Caps Dresses and Petticoats so don't forget the
Ladies' Dainty Gowns iu Muslin and Crepes
Corset Covers, Princess Slips, just the dainty
garments you would want to give to your
Underwear and Hosiery Underwear in
highly mercerised Cotton, Lisle and Wool,
all sizes. Hosiery a brand new supply in the
Lisle and silk, put up in a pretty Xmas box.
What is nicer?
A Skirt for a gift uould be great and we
could alter it afterward.
Bath Robes and Kimonas also the Bed
Room Slipper, what sounds more comfy for a
gift, a beautiful new supply to select from.
Waists for service and beauty Crepe-de-Chine
and Tub Silks, We can say positively
we have the best fitting waists made. If you
know the size that's all that's necessary.
If your wife or mother has longed for a coat
this winter perhaps only mentioned wanting
one, make her happy by getttng it for Xmas.
Our prices are at cost now.
Blankets were never half so pretty as they
are this year. I low about a Blanket for the
A Comfortable wouldn't be half bad for an
Xmas gift. What do you think?
A House Dress or Apron is a very practical
present. Our line of Dresses and aprons are
without comparison, quality and workmanship
and fit are all combind in these Dreoses.
Table Linens, Linen Towels, Turkish Tow
els, Guest Towels and Bath Room Rugs.
Only good patterns shown.
Don't forget we have a wonderful Stock of
Dress Good to select from and we will help you
make the buying easy by the assistance of our
Sales Ladies who are very competent.
We are putting forth every effort to make
our store a real Holiday center. Everything
E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
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Nothing else does quite so well for a Christmas gift to a Man as something ho can wear,
and the fact that He'll wear it is the host test of his appreciation.
The spirit of the Christmas Season hero is common sense in selecting suitable Gifts for
Men and Hoys.
II matters not what ago He may he, hu thoso things which will not only plenso Him hut
that will give good service.
Our store Is filled with serviecnhlo Gifts
1-iVen outside of our Holiday Stock, there isn't an nrticlo or garment in the store that
would not make a handsome and most acceptable gift.
A WISE CHOICE
What could he n wiser selection than one of our Suits, Overcoats, Mn.qkinnws, Smoking
Jackets or Hath Itohcss
Our showing of Christmas Haberdashery is a grand display of exclusive Styles.
Our elegant Jfeckwear, choice Gloves, fine Dress Shirts, our Silk Hosiery, IVool Undor
wcar, and the many other things In Toggery a man Is always wanting, are correct and the
best that money can buy. ? iiiu-tfe ahli;t
Don't trust to memory, hut cheek below the articles you are Interested in.
It will be only a pleasure for our Splendid Service to help you make n selection.
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OVEIiCOAT 1 SlUKTS I HOSIEJtY COLLARS
KAIJf COAT ' DATHJtOHE t UNDEWVEAK CAlS
SUIT NECKWEAR ! SUSPEoVDEHS HAT
SMOKING JACKET j GLOVES HANDKERCHIEFS SUIT CASE
afACKINAlV I SWEATER j MUEELER CRIP
SLIPPERS J JERSEY j SHOES. TRUNK
MOCASSINS PAJAMAS AUTO RORE ! TOQUE
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We'll keep perfectly "Mum" in regard to any selections you may make and then woll
willingly make any exchanges after Christmas.
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THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES.
Tlie First Snow Storm.
Yesterday was a dccldely wintry
day, tho air being nllcd with falling
and swirling snow, and three inches
of whltcnpsB covers tho ground. Wed
nesday was misty, and during tho
night this mist turned to snow. Tho
snow fall was general in western Ne
braska Wyoming and Colorado. East
of North Plntto tho fall was not so
North rintte Hlnls Win frizes.
J. A. McDonald was at Lexington
Wednesday In attendanco at tho Daw
son County Poultry show and exhib
ited pens owned by himself, Harry
Lantz, .T. J. Crawford and M. C. Rod
gers. North Plntto secured four first
prizes. McDonald took first on Light
Hralimas, Lantz first on Rhode Island
Uedn, Crawford first on pen of young
Barred Rocks, and M. C. RodgorB
first on pon of old Barred Rocks. Six
hundred fowls were on exhibition.
Mr. McDonald also boosted tho Lin
coln county poultryshow to bo hold
hero next month.
Mrs. John Cook, of this city, is vis
iting friends at jWatson's ranch near
Kearney. ' ,v ;
Miner Ilininan has been confined to
his room-nt tho homo .of his mother
this week by illness.
A gift tho wholo family will enjoy
and become an holrloom of tho future.
See our new designs. I
DIXON, Tho Jowoler.
Tho state convention of county
commissioners favored expending on
road dragging all fees received from
nutomobllo licenses. Roada In tho
Platto valley would bo fifty per cent
better If they were rcgular'y dragged.
Mrs. Win. Landgrat-and sons Will
and Henry loft tho early part of tho
wook for a visit with friends in Wit
her, Omaha and Lincoln;. They. expect
to return tomorrow. " 'tf
Sco our now lino of LaValltures,
Brooches, Stick I'ms, Cuu Buttons,
and ninny othor artlcloiT oT. Jewelry
for personnl wear.
DIXON, Tho Jowolor.
John Carroll, who had been tline
keopor at tho shops, will after Jan
uary first succeed Will Burko as
clerk to Car Foreman McEvoy. Will
Friend w,ill succeed Carroll as time-kooper.
For sale Puro bred Barred Ply
mouth Rock Cockerels and Pullets.
Also ono doublo seated carriage. In-
qulro of or address Blankonburg Bros.
05 N. Locust, North Platto, Neb.
Phono Red 851. 00-4
four Bargains In Homes.
I havo two houses on wobi Cth St.,
in tho 1900 block, one a four room
houso and tho othor a flvo room house.
Both asolutely new, closets, cellar and
wired for lights. Built on tho bunga
low stylo. Thcso houses would mako
ideal homes for anyono working In tho
U. P. yards or round houso. Price on
small houso $15000.00 and on largo
ono $1C50. $100.00 on either houso will
handle- tho same, balanco on monthly
Two now four room houses on West
10th St. Houses that actually coBt
$1100.00 each to build. Owner has
listed for quick salo at $1,000.00 each.
$100.00 will handle these proportles,
balanco on small monthly payments.
Why should any man with a regular
salary, rent when lio can buy a now
property for any such figures and
terms as shown abovo?
C. F. TEMPLE, Agent.
C. D'S For Christmas Gifts
A gift must Iiuru aluc. .Sorno liaxt
(aiiglhlo valuo that decreases propor
tionately with tho days after Christ
inns. Tho Httlo tin horse doesn't hold
It's orlgmil tiiIiio much longer than it
keeps ts legs, hut Intangible value
soon appears that will innke It costly
and precious to the youngster owner.
..A gift that combines both tho tan
gible and Intangible and wheh In.
creases every day Is the Ideul gift for
the young son thinking of college, the
daughter at the boarding school, the
wife or any one near and dear to you.
What could bo better than a CcrtM,
cute of Deposit any amount at 1
per cent Interest Issued lo their credit
Platte Valley State Bank,
North Piatt, Nebraska.
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