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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1917)
TMAS STORE WITH EV
All thats new arc
on sale. Pocket
Book and Carraige
45c, 65c, 9Scup.
The noted H. &
G. Corsets on sale.
Nemo Corsets none
belter on sale.
$1.00 to 57.50.
For Daddy, lor
Mother, for Sister,
for Brother on Sale.
3.90, 4.35, 5.85
Folks Say We've The
Prettiest Things in Town.
For Christmas Women want
35c and 35c pair.
Fiber Silk Hose
59c and 75c pair.
Pure Silk Hose
95c, 1.251, 1.50, $2.
Thread Silk, Fibre
Silk. , Mercerized
Silk. Wool Knit
45c, 75c, 95c up
For Little Tots,
for Boys and Girls,
for Men and Women
95c,v 1.25, 1.45,
1.95, 2.45, 2.90,
3.35 (ind up.
WOMENS T-if TTO MISSES
FUR SETS rlJS.li FUR SETS
A new lot just in the latest
materials and styles, Serges
7.45, 9.85, 12.35, 14.65
16.85, 19.65, nnd up.
Silks 9.85, 12.35, 14.65,
16.85, 19.65, am up
TAILORED SUITS '
Make Nice Gifts Special Prices
You gel $2 values for every
Dollar you spend. Suits being
sold at 9.85, 12.35, 14 65,
16.85, and for 18.65 get
your pick of suits up to 45. UO.
For women all
thats new is being
sold. Plenty to
select from on sale
35c, 45c, 75c, 95c,
1 and up.
For, Little Tots,
for Boys and Girls,
for Men and Women
For Tots 45c and up
For Boys and Girls
65c and up
For Women 95c up
For Men 75c and up
Lot 1 17c per yard
up to 35c values.
Lot 2 29c per yard
up to 50c values.
Big showing , of
(J I V v 1
ill slyl0 tit
Late arrivals of the last
minute styles and Fabrics in
garments that can be worn now
and for every spring wear sell
ing now at 12.35, 14.65, 18.65
In the Skirt section new
features the newest creations
for utility and dress wear.
Pretty flared and full pleated
models on sale, 3.35, 4.90,
6.35, 7.45 and up.
At last years prices.
Cotton Blankets 95c
Wool Blankets 4.90
Negligee or Pleated
Madras or Percale
1.25, 1.50, 1.75.
1.75, 2.00, 2.50, 3.
Shirts are fine gifts
All kinds 6f be com
ing shapes eJc-quality
silks. Brocades and
Weave, Satin on
sale, 35c, 50c, 65c,
75c. Finest Grades
1.00 and 1.25.
Men or women
Jersey Gloves 50c, 65c, 75c.
Chamoisette 75c, 95c, 1.25.
Kid Gloves 1.95, 2.45, 2.90.
Auto Gloves both lined or
Volies 95c and 1.45.
Crepe Do Chine 2.90,' 3.65,
Georgette f Crepe 3.90, 4.65,
, Chiffon Taffefo Waists.
For Boys 5 to 10 years old.
2.90, 3.35, 3.90. ' ',J
For Boys 12 to 18 years old J
3.35, 3.90, 4.90.
For Men sizes 36 to 46.
' 4.90, 5.85, 7.45 and up.
For Boys 2l2 to 8 years old.
3.90, 4.35, 4.90.
For Boys 10 to 16 years old.
3."90, 4.35, 4.90, 5.45 and up.
4,35, 4.90, 6l35,47.45.
All the Best Patterns and
Street Hats to go at.
CA Your pick of Pat
$ . 9 U tern or Street Hat
Values up to 8.00.
jT flA Your pick of Pat
tern or Street Hat
Valued up to 15.00.
The Royal Christmas Gift
So dear to the heart of women
or cloth, for in
fants, for girls
and boys, for
Men and Worn
Sale at 5c,!
10c, 12c,' I5C,
25c. By the
Box 25c, 30c,
45c, 65c. Better
ones 85c, 95c,
By the Pat
Mens Shirts, for
25c 5.?i 75c-
Scarf Pins !
,50c, 75c, l.OCf.
r Wr irnpno t n
DRY GOODS-WOMEN'S READY TO WEAR - CLOTHING - SHOES
. ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY I J.E.NELSON. MANAGER
The Low Prifce Cash Store.
Hticks on sale.
20c, 25c, 35c,
4.5c, 65c, 95c.
are for the
sets at 2.90 and
Very best grade
ot all Silk in
Patterns 3 to
3 4 per yard
Jo pattern on
sale 6.45 Shirt
IHA L. HAltK, lMltor ami l'ulillnlicr
nu Yenr by Mnll In Advance.... j.'2j
One Year by Carrier In Advance SUO
Entered nt North Pintle, Nebraska,
x'Poatoffleo us Second Class Matter.
Fill DAY, DH0KJIHKJX 11, 11)17.
psychology and wrong In tholr pollt- supplies and In determined purpose for
leal economy. A choorlosB Christmas tho winning of the war." . ;
will dampen onthusJnBm everywhere, it Is folly for anyone to any wo can't
whllo slow dollars deaden trade and nfford to colebrato Christmas this year.
stop tho wheels of Industry. 1 "We can't afford not to celebrate. The
"When shall wo learn that succoss,
prosperity, and all thoso things are
"violin string that Is drawn too tense
will snnp. Our nerves are drawn
largely- stnto of mind? Panics have tenso. The mind that dwells on ono
CHRISTMAS AS USUAL.
It 1 h mlstakon notion that "on ac
count ot tho war" tho Christian world
cannot afford to obsorvo Christmas In
t)lo same spirit and In tho same proper
way that It has boon obssurvod from
Unto Immemorial. Thero are cortaln
things that Christmas has como to
connote gladness, joy. rohixutlon,
good-fellowship and good choor, love
and liberality, unselfishness, an eag
erness to make others happy. It there
was over u time wo woro n need of
toso tilings, that time U now, The
Dos Moines RogUter roads Us read
ers a timely little homily on tho sub
ject, nnd wo cannot do bottort ban
lu.oto from It:
"On tho ovon of 'Merry Christmas'
It Is Important that we alt get at the
real signification of relaxation. If
Lincoln could not havo told stories ho
would have brokou under tho strain.
The biggest guaranty tho American
people havo today la tho President's
ability to enjoy himself.
"Novor was It more Important for
tho American people to tuko relaxa
tion than now, for novor was It moro
important for tho American people to
ho at its best. If diversion has Its sor
vlco in ordinary tlmos, that servico Is
doubled and trebled In tlmos llko
"Many good pooplo aro making a
vlrt'uo of neglecting Christmas, as
flinnph tlm little they will savo In
money will In Bomo why hasten tho'ond
of the war. Thoy aro wrong In tholr
como moro than once when overybody
had a balance In tho hank.
"Tho noaror ovorybody keeps to nor
mal in thoso tlmeB of stress the bigger
por cent efficient ho Is. What Is truo
of tho Individual Is truo of the com
munity. Tho moment tho Individual
begins to do abnormal things ho Is out
of ndjustmont, nlid when enough In
dividuals begin to do abnormal things
tho wholo social machinery gets out
of adjustment, and thon nobody can
"The protest against wasto Is the
protest wo should all listen to, and
not the 'protest against buying. Waste
is human onorgy lost. Trudtf is hu
man onorgy multiplied. Tho farmer
who loses a steer is out of pocket.
riio farmer who trades his boot for
merchandise nnd lumber and coal, for
n pbouogrnph and nu nutomobllo, for
silver and furniture, counts his gains
In the amount ot thoso things ho can
afford and enjoy. It Is not flno sllvor
on tho tnblo that is extravagant, It Is
good food not consumed and thrown
"MnMilnir ran tiritvnnt nn nnnrmmia
inllow of money into tho mlddlo west
during tho war. Labor is bound to bo
omploycd nt big wages. Every acre
of available land will ropay tillnge, no
matter at what coBt. With two co'ti
crops lost In tbroo yoars, Iowa Ib yet
fuller of money today than over be
fore. Now Is not tho tlmo to lose our
bends In tho mlddlo wost Now is the
tlmo to koop perfectly cool, bo per
fectly normal, and get tho most out of
tho regular routine of llfo, out of its
lighter as well as Its moro Borlous moments.
"In that way tho mlddlo west will
mako tho biggest contribution that will
bo raado bjr anybody In men and ' in
ROSS HAMMOND WILL
TKLL OF WAR CONDITIONS.
subject to tho exclusion of all others
dovolops a monomnnla. Our minds aro
all on tho wnr. Christmas comes op
portunely, with Its mossago of lovo
and Joy that rises serene nbovo tho
boom of tho guns, tho groans of tho
dying and tho sobs of tho boreavod.
Let us opon our oars and our hearts
,to It. Wo will bo a better and strongor
and braver pooplo for Uolng bo.
Bring Christmas homo to tho mother
whoso hoy has gono to war! Bring it
home to tho1 Httlo ones whoso cheory,
gentle big brother has' boon torn from
them! OIvo It a place at your hearths
to dlspol for a whllo tho ghosts ot care
nnd worry; Invite Ub laughter and ro-
Jolclng, which are an nnodyno sont by
kind heaven, itself! Carry it into the
homes of tho poor and tho fnthorloss,
too never forgot that! If you wore
novor boforo a "Good Follow' doar
reador, bo a Good Fellow this year!
A etrlckon world Is fairly hungor-
lng for Christmas nnd all that it
means. Tako its spirit as a precious
gift Into your hearts and into your
homos. It is n revivifying draught
In tho desort.
. Presbyterian Church.
The First Presbyterian church will
havo tho following services next Sun
day. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.
and nt 11:00 o'clock thero will bo, tho
raising of a servico ling and sermon
by tho pnBtor J. l. Curry, D. D on
tho subject "Tho World War and How
to Win It."
Sorvlces nt 7:30 p. m. by tho pnstor.
Junior C. E. at 3:00 p. in. Miss Buck
Itoss L. Hammond, odltor of tho
Fremont Dally Tribune, who has re
cently returned'from a visit to tho war
front of the allies In France and Bel
glum, has consented to deliver an ad
dress on the great world war to tho
peoplo of North Platte and vicinity at
tho Franklin Auditorium Tuesday
evening of next week, December 18th,
undor the auspices of tho County De
fense Council and tho Red Cross
Mr. Hnnimond was a member of tho
congressional party that spent six
weeks on the war front; not In tho
"safety zone,'' but sufficiently near the
trenches to see and hear the shell
burst, and witness the awfulne&B of
tho war. Ho la a forceful talker, a
spoakor ot groat dlscrlptlve power, and
his recital of what he actually saw on
tho front promises to be Intonsoly in-
' Wo trust that our citizens will pack
tho auditorium, for our porsonnl ac
quaintance with Mr. Hammond onablos
us to Insuro tho audlenco that his talk
will bo ono that will greatly interest
ono and all.
First Lutheran Church.
Rev. C. Franklin Koch, Pastor,
unday school 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock, ev
ening at 7:30 o'clock.
At the morning servico tho pastor
will preach a sermon In connection
with the Red Cross Work. Special
Evening subject "A Character Study
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, DEC. 19th and 20th
Adulte 25c Children 10c
Make it a Grafanoln Christmas and
your Christmas Joy will last through
tho year. DIXON, THE JEWELER.
Fred Schlelntz, boh of Mr. and Mrs.
John Schlelntz, of this city, died at his
home at Bridgeport Monday and the
remains wore brought hero Tuesday
for buriul. Tho funeral will be hold
from tho Christian church nt two
o'clock this afternoon.
Tho deceased came to this city from
Logan county with his parents seven
yenrs ago, and In 1912 enterod the
'omploy of tho Union Pacific as n
bollormaker. Six weoks ngo ho went
to Bridgeport to accopt a similar
position with tho Burlington. He
leaves a wlfo and ono child and 6thor
Thero is nothing that would mako a
moro doslreablo gift for a lady than
ono of Dixon's Qno Cordovla pocket
CIGARS SMOKING TOBACCO,
PIPES AND CANDY IN
My prices will interest you.
HUFFMANS CIGAR STORE.
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