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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1919)
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If your watch is not keeping correct time, do not blame
the watch-blame yourself. Perhaps your watch only needs
We will clean or repair your watch or anything else that
needs fixing, and do it RIGHT and charge you for our work
only a reasonable price.
We charge you nothing for lesting your eyes, and if you
need them, only a moderate price for your glasses.
CLINTON, The Jeweler.
Sign of the Big Ring.
CITY AND. COUNTY NEWS.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
'. Shop early at Dixon's.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Ilomlgh returned
yesterday from a visit In Omaha.
A few good second hand Fords at
tho right price. Hendy-Ogler Auto Co.
Paul Harrington returned yesterday
morning from a huslness trip to Oma
ha. .Full lino of wheel goods for Xmas,
John H. Null, GOC Locust. 89tf
Judgo Grimes wont to Loxington
yesterday to continue tho torm of dls
She wants a diamond bar pin this!
Xmas. Sco Dixon's stock.
Mrs. Blanche Flold and mothor, Mrs,
Dakar, loavo tomorrow for Los Angoles
to spend tho winter.
Our storo is full of sugcstlons that
are sure to make Xmas decisions easy
or you. C. M. Austin, Jowolor. 89-2
Mrs. J .W. Payno entertained the
Mothers' Club at a theatre party at
tho Keith Saturday evening, followed
with a lunch at tho Oasis.
Engraved Xmas cards should bo or
dered at Dixon's nt once, as tho time is
Neighbors and friends tendered n
surprise party Friday, evening to Mr.
and Mrs. Curt Wilson. Citrd games
were tho entertaining feature.
Have you seen Clinton's dlsplny of
Nippon china ware, imported direct
Misses Mary and Josophlno Sadie,
whoso home Is south of town, left tho
latter part of last week to visit rela
tives in tho east part of the state.
Dr. Morrill, Dontist. Office over Wi!
cox Department Store. tf
O. H. Thoolecko and Guy Swopo
wont to Overton Sunday and brought
back Mr. Swopo a car which had been
stolen and abandoned at thn place
FranktJfSibol, cashier of tho bank
at LoMoyno, and Miss Mary kosuro, a
teachor of Burwoll, wore mnrrled Sat
urday forenoon by RoV. H. B. Hess.
. Mayor Strpltz lias been confined to
tho houso for a week or moro by a
Hovoro attack of the grlppo.
Diamonds for Christmas gifts, our
Btock Is most complete Clinton, tho Sorgo drosses from $18.00 to ?0.00
Jowolor. nt "Wilcox Department Storo,
Judgo II. M. Sinclair, of Kearnoy,'
irlatfml nlfl Hmn frtnnrla nntl tn,iannfnr1 t
legal business In town yesterday.
Gamblo & Springer.
guinea pigs for sale
Wo have a car of fancy box apples
yclther on tho track or nt any of our
I stores. It will pay you to lay In your
A $1,G00.00 diamond nt Dixon's will winter supply,
interest you. I Rabblts and
Mr. and Mrs. John Jones arrivod Call at 222 east Tenth street,
home Snturdnv from Omaha, whnri?'
Mm. .Tnnon Hiihtnlttnri to nn onnrntlnli ' Mrs. M. E. Scott, Mrs. J. S. SlmillS
several woolen airo. and MIsb Myrtlo Beolcr will glvo
t,. , c u, , . , . shower to Miss Irma Huffman Thurs
iMxoH .v nun, oikiii, aiiuciiiiiNiN. ,my OVonlng nt the homo of Mrs
Dr. and Mrs. Carson, of Grand Is- Scott.
, w ; Z. w 5 i. Morale underwear. America's sreat
rtnnti, nf a t nii, ' ' , est undergarments for women, mad
1 of pure wool, silk and wool and cotton
For tho brldo, a storo full of great In all stylos and sold exclusively nt
BUggoBtlons. Dixon, tho Jowolor. BLOCK'S storo.
Watch Dixon's windows.
Dr. L. E. VanDIvor, of Brady, trans
acted business In town Friday.
For Small Brothor . good pocket
Mrs. L. E. Hastings and daughter
Minerva spent Saturday in Omaha.
You Can't bftt a bicycle for Xmas.
John H. Null, 000 Locust. S9tf
Miss Helen Brodbeck linn accopted
a position nt Clinton's jewelry store.
0. E. Mullen, of Omaha, apnt the
week end with his sister, Mrt. Tim
China dinnerware for Thanksgiving,
and a very usoful wedding gift. We
carry a full line. Clinton, tho Jwplr.
Loave your order at Martl's onrly for
your Thanksgiving turkey.
Mr. and Mrs. N. , C. McKinley. of
Sutherland, were busfness visitors in
Dlxons grind their own lonsos.
Supt. A. V. "Woodruff is spondlng a
couple of days in town looking after
A diamond and platinum dinner ring
rare value at Dixon's $95.00.
Genl. Supt. F. H. Hammlll, of Omaha
was in town yesterday transacting
Wanted Liberty bonds at market
price. Louis Llpshltz.
Mrs. C. A. Weir came up from Grand
Island Saturday to spend the week endl
at the P. M. Sorensen home.
Matlneo at The Sun today. First
show 2:30, second show 4:10. Theplay
will be "The Westerner.
W. H. McDonald, who had been con
fined to tho houso for a week, is again
occupying his desk at the bank.
Special Kettle rendered lard. Brod-
bock's Meat Market. 86tf
Mrs. Thos. Monihan, of Ogalalla,
spont tho week end with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Chamberlain.
Dr. H. C. Brock. Dentist. X-Ray
Diagnosis. Reynolds Bldg. Phone 148
Mrs. Owen ones loft yesterday even
ing for Los Angoles where Bhe will
spend tho winter with her sisters.
Dr. Howard Yost, Dentist Twincm
Building. Phono 1107. 77tf
A. C. Howard returned yesterday
from Ogden where he had gono to ac
company his mother to this city.
Sneclal Kettle rendered lard. Brod
beck's Meat Market.
Ira Sage camo up from Maxwell Sun
day to spond the day at the C. H.
Stamp home and accompany Mrs. Sago
See Clinton & Son about your eyes.
Mrs. A. W. McKeown and daughter
Miss Josophlno, went to Omaha Sun
day where Mrs. McKeown will under
go an oporntlon. s
For mothor, a Cordova bag,
Mrs. Walter Beam returned last
week to her homd in California after a
visit of several weeks at the, John
For Sale Seven room houso on east
Third street. All modern. Three
Isaac Dents, COO block cast Third,
Phono Red 1233. 80tf
Mrs. T. E. Cox, of Sutherland, who
has been suffering from rheumatism
for some time past, is taking treatment
of Miss Mlnnlo Slemnn.
Call 212 for fresh groceries. Dick
See Clinton & Son about your eyes.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Wilson nrrived
from California Friday and will spend
the winter with Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
To whom are you going to sell your
Hny and Grain? Tho Harrington Mer
cantile Co. will offer tho highest
Kcd Cross Election.
Tho annual olection of directors of
Lincoln County Chaptor Amorlcan Red
Gross, will bo hold Wednosday, No
vombor 2Gth, from 10 a. m. until 7 p.
m., in the lbbby of the postofflce build
ing. Fifteen mombors will be voted for
tho nominating committee hecom
mendlng tho following names: Miss
Annie Kramph, Wilson Tout, Mrs. E.
S. Davis,. Mrs. B. B. Field, W. P. Sny
der, W. J. O'Connor, Mrs. Joe Roddy,
Mrs. M. E. Scott, Mrs. Chas. Hogue,
Mrs. R. F. Cotterell, Mrs. I. L. Burc,
Mrs. A. P. Kelly, W. V. Hoagland,
Cnpt, E. W. Fettor, M. D., E. F. Soe
bergor, Mrs. C. W. Grovos, C. L. Bns
klns, M. J. Forbes, Harry Dixon, Capt.
A. W. Shilling, Samuel Souder, Oscar
Sandall, J. J. Halllgan, Mrs. R C.
Langford, N. E. Buckloy, R. D. Birgo,
Mrs. H. A. Lawhoad, Mrs. M'. F. Hos
ier and Mrs. M. H. LoDpyt.
A meeting Of, the, directors (which
includos the branch clialrnon) is also
called for tho samo evoning at 8
o'clock at Chaptor headquarters, for
tho purpose of electing officers and
an executivo commltteo for the ensu
ing Red Cross year.
E. F. SEEBERGER, Chairman.
: :o: :.
Coniplnints About Fuel.
Complaints are frequent these days
concerning Inability to got results
from the fuol administration. Re
quests for fuel from consumers vital
ly in need of coal, and whose failure
to get coal may affect tho lives,
health and property of a large number
of people, are sent to district head
quarters dally and the ono thing that
those requests inevitably bring is slow
A largo number of small Nebraska,
towns nro out of coal or nearly out.!
Their requests have been received,
forwarded to headquarters and the'
railroad agents in charge of the coal I
are awaiting orders to supply them.
Tho ono thing that is getting on the
nerves of men who must hear these
complaints Is tho slow action on re
quests. Some coal requests are being
approved and some coal is being de-l
livored where needed, but In a number J
of Instances the margin of safety has
LincoIn'Snai.the break,ng strain ' 1 EBBBEEEBEEEHEE
Mrs. Ray Cantlln spont tho week ond
In Omaha with hor son Gordon Lore,
who is taking eye treatment from Dr.
Call and inspect our diamond stock.
Wo nre sure to havo something u
please you. Tills is going to bo dia
mond Christmas, and now is tho time
to select. C. M. Austin, Jeweler. 89-2
3 The Jeweler,
Johanscn's Sale Dales i
18th, M J. Rielly land sale in Max
well. 22nd, Fred Nelson hog sale in North
Ubin, Felix j. uokosKl, general
farm sale, 4 miles west of North Platte.
29th, Landholm & Anderson ' pure
bred hog sale at North Platte.
3rd, Harry Goldsmith's general
farm sale, southwest of North Platte.
20th, Georgo Snyder, general farm
j sale, east of Maxwell.
im, L,eo iuustaru, general larm sale,
southeast of North Platte.
Trees for Fuel.
Andy Olsen, who lives a half mile
south of tho Plntto Valley school houso
has about one thousand good sized ap
ple trees which ho is offering free for
fuel to those who will haul them away.
Mr. Olsen concluded that tho land de
voted to the orchard would bring bet
ter financial returns If devoted to al
falfa, lienco cut down tho trees.
BUZZARD ROOST RANCH PUBLIC SALE
Tho administratrix of the John B. Colton estate will soli at public auc
tion on tho ranch l'tniles northwest of Eddyville, beginning at once aftor
Tuesday, November 25, 1919.
220 HEAD OF CATTLE
45 being pure bred Aberdeen Angus stock eligible to TOgistry, yearlings
to 5 years old, bulls, heifers and cows, Remaining 175 head mixed grade
cows, heifers, steers, yearlings and calves. '
77tfG rooms and bath, furnaco heated, on-
Missns Luclllo and Anna Linden- tlrely improved stucco houso on full
moyer woro able to return yesterday to corner lot Has garage. Tho balance
their schools south of town. aftoT be-1 can remain on mortgage. Phono
We Buy and Sell
Obtain our Prices.
THE HARRINGTON MER. CO.
Mutual Building and Loan
Of North Platte, Nebraska.
RESOURCES OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
The Association has unlimited funds nt.its command to
assist in the Building or purchase of homes for the people of
North Platte. If you are interested, the officers of this
, Association will render every assistance and show you how
easy it is to acquire your own home,
T. C. PATTERSON, BESSIE F. SALISBURY,
ing snow-bound in town for tho nast' Dlck 021.
For Sale A bargain: 8 room houso.jl
modern except heat; has garage, bnrnM
and coal shod. Phono black 1132, 408 1
east Eloventh street. 86tf '
Mrs. Julius PIzor returned Saturday
from Denver and Choyonno where sho!
had been visiting for tho past three
wuukh. one was uccuiiiihuuuu jiumu
by hor son Harry, j
Suits on Salo A big nssortinpnt to
soloct from at prices that aro a real in
ducement to buy tailored suits and tho
moro drossy garments. Wo can fit any.
tlguro. K. T. Tramp & Sons. i
"Billy's Placo," opposite tho depot, I
makes a specialty of steaks and chops.
Also servo 35c and 40c merchants'
lunch. Try us. SStf
Tho Episcopal guild will hold a salo
of aprons and fancy work In tho
church basement on Uio afternoon of
Docembor 4th. During tho afternoon
a 25 cent luncheon will bo served.
For diamonds this Xmas see Dixon.
Account of strikes thoy nro unablo
to furnish us with Broken Blossoms
which wo had booked for noxt wook,
but had tho good luck to substitute
"Tho Westernor" In its placo. Sun
Our ivory mnnlcuro sots, traveling
sots, ovor-nlght boxes, jewel boxes,
puff boxes and hair rocolvers, ovory
thlng in ivory: somo pretty now pat
terns that aro beautiful, como and see
thorn. Clinton, tho Jowolor.
Tho bill board cast of tho Rexall
storo has boon torn down and the col
ored man whoso building south of tho
dopot was wrecked by negro-hntors
sovoral wooks ago, will oroct a build
ing and ro-opon his rostaurant
For Salo Either sex puro bred
Chostor Whlto. pigs. E. E. Atkinson
Brady, Nob. 84tf
Tho boilor of tho heating plant in
tho W. II. McDonnld homo blow up
ono clay last week and mndo a sorry
moss of things gonornlly. Sovoral
seating stovos woro placed In uso until
a now section of tho boilor could bo
Special Homo cured bacon 35c por
pound. Brodbeck'B Moat Market. tf
Tho county commissioners mot in
sosslon yoBtorday and cleaned up busi
ness that had accumulated for two
wooks. On account of tho storm Com
missioners Koch and Sprlngor woro
unablo to attond tho mooting sched
uled for last wook.
For Brother an Everphnrp pencil.
Dixon, tho Joweler.
40 HEAD OF HORSES
1 grade stallion, 7 years old, others 2 years old and up.
53 HEAD HAMPSHIRE SHOATS
FARM MACHINERY, ETC.
One complete haying outfit, wagon, two-row lister, cultivators, plows
and many other farm utensils.
Lot of stacked prairie hay, 15 tons in bunches, 20 tons stacked alfalfa,
100 tons straw, 120 acres cam stalks, millet, 20 tons cane bound and shocked
Eddyvillo M. E. ladles will serve a good lunch beginning at 11 o'clock,
Terms $25 and under cash. Over ?25 a credit of G months on approved
notes at 8 per cent from date.
Administratrix Estate of John B. Colton, deceased.
COL. PARK Hi. CRDSLNBEItRY, jucti oncer. B. It. IIEDGLIN, Clerk.
Wages paid telephone employees and the
cost of materials to keep up the telephone,
have increased rapidly the last few years.
To lurnish satisfactory telephone service
majvcs it necessary to charge higher rates
now than when expenses were much lower.
Telephone rates have advanced much
less than the cost of almost anything else.
Nebraska Telephone Company
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