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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1915)
NORTH PLVTTE, NED., DECEMBER 21, L915.
Wo show every conceivable idesi
Our 50c .scurfs cannot bo
m Harcourt &
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Gifts For Xmas
Especially put up for Christmas
The kind he Avill most appro-,' - v
Hosiery , .
This is always acceptable.
Endless variety of patterns.
Any style he yars is here.
Special assortment especially
You must see our showing of
Mufflers to appreciate them.
OTHER SUGGESTIONS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION ARE
ON DISPLAY IN OUR STORE.
Natty Suits and Overcoats
You men who take prldo in dressing faultlessly, yet have an
eye to saving tho Almighty Dollar SEE US THIS IVEEjC
IT WILL l'AY YOU.
i We are offering tho smartest, '
and Overcoats ever brought in
to North Piatte, and at
Prices that Will Astonish You!
All new up-to-thc-ininuto models and fabrics.
Not a passe' style or a poorly tailored garment in tho house.
We feature Collegiau Clothes and you'll wonder at tho values
we offer j ou in these guaranteed Suits and Overcoats.
Have a Look at Our Haberdashery!
Get the habit of dropping in tho Harcourt & Jensen store for
your Shirts, Collars, Ties, Sox and other items of furnishings
YOU'LL GET THE LATEST
STYLES HERE AND UNCOM
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CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. !
J. B. Hemphill and son Ray left
Saturday for Sumner to visit friends
and attend a Masonic banquet.
Ernest Rlnckor, who is taking a
course In pharmacy at tho state uni
versity, arrived home Saturday night.
Open evenings until after Christ
mas. CLINTON, Tho Jeweler.
President Baker, of tho Fidelity In
surance Co., returned this morning
from a business trip to Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Guyman and chil
ren havo gono to Schuyler, Neb., to
spend tho holidays with relatives.
Charles C. Brown and spn of May
wood, drove over yesterday to spend
the day shopp.)g and transacting busi
ness. Dr. Charles Lucas, of Sholton, was
in town yesterday, having been called
hero by tho serious illness of Mrs.
Russell Langford is confined to the
house with swollen throat glands, the
after effects of a case of grippe.
Mrs. Geo. T. Field leaves today for
Detroit, Mich., where she will visit
relatives .until after tho first of thc
Ray Langford and Isaac Watts left
this morning for a farm twelve miles
north of Keystone whore tho former
will clerk at a sale.
A ten pound boy was born Sunday
to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rouch. Mother
and son are reported to bo doing nice
ly. Will Norrls and Clarence Day are
home from tho stato university to re
main until after tho Christmas vaca
tion. A score or moro ladles passed an
cnjoyablo aftornoon Friday as guests
of Mrs. Carl Holman at a konslngton.
Enjoyable refreshments were served
In two courses.
MAKES SAVORY PIES
10 per cent Prime Beef, best Suet, se
lected Apples, carefully pared and y
cored, seeded Valencia Raisins, Grecian
Currants, candied Leghorn Fruits and
Fruit Peels, pure Spice.
Put up in Tin and Glass . "Not in Bulk "
Prepared under rigid Heinz methods.
Try it once, you will use it always.
Forest Johnston of Sutherland,
spent Sunday with friends in town.
Mrs. R. 0. Heaton and children have
gono to Kansas for a two weeks vis
it. Mrs. Asa Snyder has been tho guest
of friends in Omaha for several days
Mrs. Gideon Winkelraan and daugh
ter are spending tho holidays with
relatives at Lashara and Fremont.
A pretty cut glass water sot for
CLINTON. Tho Jowolor.
John Owens and Gordon Powers
loft Friday for Kansas City where they
will visit Bert Owens for a week.
Frank Baldwin a student of tho Kan-
sas City vetorlnary Collogo came
homo yesterday to spend tho holiday
vacation with his parents.
Mrs. Frank Laughlln went to North-
port Saturday to spend a week with
hor husband, who is on tho work train
at that terminal.
Bath robes and kiraonas In a great
E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Siwycr and
daughtor Katherlno left Sunday for
Lawrence, Kansas, for a two weeks'
stay at tho homo of Mr. Sawyor's par
ents. Weather forecast for North Platte
and vicinity: Fair tonight and Wed
nesday, no decided chango in temper
ature. Highest temporaturo yester
day 37, a year ago 20; lowest last
night 21, a year ago 7 below zero. I
Mrs. D. B. Bakor arrived from
Loxlngtou the latter part of last
week and for tho present will mako
her homo horo with hor husband, who
is president of tho Fidelity Insuranco
Mrs. II. A. Phillips has gono to
Fairfiold, Neb., to visit relatives. Miss
es Irono and Lucillo Phillips, who aro
attending a business collogo at York,
will also spend tholr vacation at that
Mrs. Agnes T. Bayer doputy stato
commander of tho Ladles of tho Mac
caboos, returned homo tho lattor part
of last week. Mrs. Boycr has been
spending tho past throe months at
different cities of tho stato organizing
and Inspecting" hives of tho order.
Ship OuttClover Seed
II. L. Pennington, who has becm buy-
ing sweet clover seed this fall, as well
as harvesting tho crop on leased land,
shipped out a carload of seed to an
Iowa seed house yesterday. This Is
tho second car Mr. Pennington hns
shipped this season.
Tho price offered for tho seed yes
terday by Mr. Pennington was $12 per
hundred or about $7.20 per bushol.
rostofflcc Open Until Nine.
..Postmaster Davis requests Tho
Tribune to announco that on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday ovenlngs of
ths week tho postofflco will bo open
for receiving parcols until nine o'clock.
This will bo a convenience for a num
ber of people who aro employed dur
ing tho regular wostoffico hours
Thoro will bo ono complete delivery
by carrier Christmas day.
A London paper considers na a pos
sibility tho Invnslon of Englnnd by the
All Yeomen aro Invited to attond tho
social danco to bo given at tho Lloyd
opera house this ovonlug.
Tlo sets, bolts, hoso nnd handker
chiefs for men and boys.
E. T. TRAMP & SONS.
Mrs. II. E. Mitchell and children
loft Saturday for Omaha whore they
will spend Christmas with relatives.
Dr. Mitchell will join them next weoit.
Dr1. and Mrs. Fred Wurtclo will
leavo tho latter part of tho week for
Wyoming, wliero thoy will spend
Christmas with relatives.
fho bulk prico or hogs tw Souta
Omaha yesterday was $0.37', u S"oar ago
Mrs. Albert Schatz,Nisslstcd by Mrs.
Earl Hamlton and Miss Alta Walte
math, entertained tho Indian card
club Saturday aftornoon. Tho fork
prlzo was won by Mrs. C. A. Weir and
tho second prizo by Mrs. C. M. Rey
nolds. L. B. Isenhnrt, of Tollurlde, Col., for
merly of this city, In ronowing his sub
scription says: '"All woll. Clydo and
family havo moved from Denver to
Wonatchco, Wash., and Bert la still
with tho Costilla Land Co., at San
Legal Permission (o Wed.
December lGtli Claude 11. Watson
Denver, and Ama Anderson of Curtis.
December 18th Archlo L. Jackson
of Dickens and Lena J. Conover of
December 18th John F. Johnson of
Ilaxton, Col., and Mabel Llndsbcrg, of
Gothenburg. Married by Judge French.
Decembor 18th Robort Campboll
of Dickens, and Emily Freeman of
December 20th Geo. O. Bobbltt of
Cheyenne and Mlnnlo Show of North
This is n Jewelry Christinas.
Wo havo the nowost designs and
styles in Jewolry, Diamonds, Bracelet
Watchos, Solid Gold and Filled
Now patterns In Sterling Silver and
Plated wnro that aro selling well.
A pretty Gold Handled Umbrolla
uimkoB a very nico Christmas Gift.
Ivory Toilet Articles aro soiling
big. Wo ongravo in any color to
match your dressor sot.
Flno sparkling cut glass, tho now
ost and prettiest .cutting.
Tho prettiest solid gold Lavll-
llera with Diamond and Pearl set
Always pleased to show you.
CLINTON, Tho Jowolor,
Look for tho sign with tho big ring.
Harry Huffman is homo from tho
stato university to spend vacation.
1 WE COFFEE
FBRWUR CHRISTMAS PiHftEft?
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There'll be more good fellowship more
Christmas cheer more of the holiday spirit about
the table if you finish your dinner with
chuse & sanborits
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