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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1919)
Ever on Tour
IN ANNOUNCING GUY HATES POST
and Ilio best attraction ever seen on tour
I am only voicing the opinion of tlio
critics of New York, Chicago, San Francisco
ami every other city in which tills well
known star has presented "THE
MASQUERADEH" not In past seasons,
BUT IUO I IT NOW
THE. SAME EXCELLENT COMPANY
THE ONE THAT HAS PRESENTED
THIS ATTRACTION SINCE IT 1JEGAN
The same wonderful scenic equipment,
with its massive double revolving
stages its three mechanical crews
its triple electrical equipment and
Inimitable resources that requires three
mammoth cars to transport, will ho seen
In NORTH PLATE, WEDNESDAY
o NIGHT, DECEMBER 10
WHEN NEGOTIATION REGAN TO BRING THIS
WONDERFUL ORGANIZATION INTO THE
MIDDLE WEST MR. PETER McCOURT, MAN
AGER OF THE BROADWAY THEATRE IN
DENVER, stopped over in Chicago, where MR.
POST was then playing en route to New
York and commenting on the
performance wrote as follows:
"I AM MORE THAN REPAID FOR STOPPING
OVER IN CHICAGO TO SEE MR, POST'S
WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE. I HONESTLY
BELIEVE IT TO BE THE MOST FINISHED,
AND IMPRESSIVE THEATRICAL
ENTERTAINMENT1, AS WELL AS THE MOST
COMPLETE I HAVE EVER SEEN, OR THAT
HAS EVER MADE A TRANSCONTINENTAL
THE STAGE OF THE KEITH THEATRE
IS LARGER THAN MOST STAGES
TIIRUOUT THE MIDDLE WEST, and yet by
actual measurement there Is but a few feet
to spare in accommodating this massive
production, and only that is made avail
able by removing ovory vestigo of house
scenery and equipment, in fact tho
Manager for Mr. Post made a special
trip to this city and personally measured
the stage in mako certain of its
MAIL ORDERS When accompanied by check,
or postofflco money order together with
self-addressed stamped envelope (to avoid
errors) will bo immediately filled in order
received add war tax and tho usual box office
advance salo of seats will open six days prior to
the date of engagement.
1 31 P 0 1 IT ANT THE CURTAIN WILL RAISE
AT 7:H0 SHARP.
PRICES will range from $2.50 down.
THE FREE LIST TELEPHONE ORDERS
AND SEAT RESERVATIONS WILL BE
ENTIRELY SUSPENDED DURING
MR. POST'S ENGAGEMENT THE FIRST
MAIL ORDERS AND THE FIRST AT THE
BOX OFFICE WILL HAVE THE FIRST
CHOICE OF SEATS and wo respectfully
suggest early applications.
It. A. GARMAN
Mgr. Keith Theatre.
jJIR.POST and his Company will come to North
Platte by Special Train In order to givo ample
time to set. tho massive scenery.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL5
You Can't beat a blcyolo for Xmas,
John II. Null, 006 Locust. 89tf
Mr. ami Mrs. G. W Finn loft' yes
tf relay fcr a visit In Omaha.
Wanted Llborty bonds at market
price. Louis Llpshitz. ,
Mrs. Garrison has accepted a po
sition at the Wilcox Dopartment Store.
HIrBchfeld's clearance sale now In
Neal Brown, a watch maker at Clin
ton's Jewelry store, is quito seriously
Our store is full of sugestlons that
arc sure to make Xmas decisions easy
or you. C. M. Austin, Jewelor. 89-2
Houso and three lots on wost I&urth
street for salo. Inquire of Liberty
Land Co. f
Miss Minerva Hastings entertained
six girls 6t a fudge party Tuesday af
ternoon. MIbs Fritz and Miss Carter attended
the foot ball game at Gothenburg
"Wanted Live stock to wlntor
Trees, spring water. Ralph Soul, 9
Mrs. Simon Brogan, of Keystone, en
tored tho Twincm hospital Wednesday
Men's union suits, heavy cotton rib
bed,, sale prico $1.45 at Hirschfcld's
Mr. Beckwer, of Havre, Mont, wus
n guest at the J. II. Donegan homo the
flrst of the week. f
Dr. Morrill, Dentist. Office over Wil
cox Department Store. : tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. Shamley Thompson,
of Rcrsney, visited with friends in
town Wednesday. -
For Salo A southeast corner lot in
tho eight hundred block, on west
Third street. .1. Morsch. . 90-2
H. P. Stevenson, who was appointed
deputy sheriff has resigned, and is
succeeded by Ralph Robinson.
Boys' school and dress shoes worth
up to $5.00, sale prlco $2.95 at Hlrsch
fold's clearance sale. p.
Mrs O. H. Cresslor will entertain to
morrow at an apron shower fiompll
mentary to Miss Irma Huffman
Rabbits and guinea pigs for sale,
Call at 222 east Tenth street, f tf
J. O. Patterson and Geo.lFrater
went to' Denver Inst night to attend
tho meeting of tho Shrlnors held there
10 wnom are you going to soli your
Hay and Grain? Tho Harrington Mer
cantile Co. will offer the highest
o You Know That
130x3 Firestone G000 mile tire for $lJ.fi0
130x3 Firestone G000 mile tire, smooth tread for $15.10
130x3 Vj Firestone G000 mile tire, non-skift for $18.00
132x3 Firestone G000 mile tire, smooth tread, for $17.50
132x312 Firestone G000 mile tire, non-skid, for $21.00. ;
1)0 YOU KNOW THAT "FIRESTONE MEANS MOST MILES PER DOLLAR!"
DO YOU K'NOW.THAT YOU CAN JiU-Y-
for $2.50 - - ' 'fl
1 Ford Radiator and Hood Coverdom
14 cell Columbia Hot Shot Battery for $2.50
1 gallon of Alcohol to keep your radiator from freezing for $1.00
Weed and Rid-O-Skid tire chains of all sizes.
Do You Know That, We Change tho Oil in your Crank Case and Charge Yon Only for
the oil J .
That we test your radiator for freezing, free;
That we fill your batteries with distilled water free; , z t '
That we wash and grease cars; - (v '
That our platform is enclosed and that you are not exposed to the weather while hav
ing your gas tank filled? .
R. Service Station,
CORNER SIXTH AND LOCUST
Ben's Wants arc Supplied
John G. Den remarked in his cigar
store Trfesday that he thought he
ought to have a cat In tho store to
catch the mice. that sciem to bo multi
plying. Several of Mrs. Den's friends
overheard the remark, and that they
were perfectly willing to. help him out
In this particular is evidenced by the
fact that Wednesday evening lie re-,
oelved by parcel post a basket con-.
I t I 1 1 1. !l 1 ..... 1 t.nl . , t T .1
taming eigm Kiuen uuoui utui
First class taxi service. Day and
night Phono Black 726. Chester
Warren, Manager. 90-5
WANTED DRESS SKIRTS.
Wanted good dress skirts that can be
made Into small children's clothes.
Phono ReLCross Red 319 or Black 533.
WANTED KITCHEN STOVE.
Wanted, kitchen stove in good condl-
Whon Don uncovered the basket ,ue
simply said, "I certainly have lots of Dlaiac 633.
G rooms and bath, furnace heated, en-
Cnrroll Elected Director.
At tho convention of the Nebraska tlroly improved stucco house on full
Manufacturers' held at Lincoln last corner lot. Has garage. The balance
week, L. C. Carroll, of this city, wasvcan remain on mortgage. Phone
elected a member of tho board of di- Black 621. 89tf
rectors. Mr. uarrou attenueu mo con- -
vention and in talking with manufac-j FOR SALE.
turers of the east part of the state ho ' 240 aero dairy place, good improve-
sald it was surprising how little they ments, 2 miles to town. jCash rent
Irnmt.. i VnrHi PlnHn nc in Ua lzn PnsKPfinlnn nnur Trmnlfi of R1 A nno(
ft G4tKand tho volume of business transacted (Third sti-eet after 5 o'clock. 90-1
Mrs. Hainlino arrived lasfj week' Ho therefore took considerable delight ,,,- vnn g4T,
from Grand Island and wllPspcSld the in Informing them , as to Just what . "fcifcfttt, tvu thh.
winter here Villi her dnughteT Mrs.' kind of growing and prosperous city Nice new residence property last
Wood White. i is North Platte. houie on Nortl1 Maple. For price see
IN ;-.-- -
Something Entirely Now '
Smiling Bill Parsons comedy
special Kettle ronuored lard. Broa- m iim KoHii AVvt Ttiiirnilnv
beck's Meat Market. 86tf An attraction of more than ordinary
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sbii-kiimiRn rami.' importance will bo offereu at tne
L. D. McFarland. . 2005
I street Phono Red 732.
ivir. anu iirs. aiacitnouso came i"j'"i uuc"-u one second hand Vnrfl tmirini? hrwiv
down from Denver yesterday morning Keith November 27th, when the ofTer- witDSt winTer ton like new
to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Snyder at' Ins will ho "Kiss Mo Again," with , wlUl UHvAv.nTPP attXpo
1 Finest of All Qifis
We can show you everything
needed for the table in the
tho stato farm.
Frederick V Bowers as the star. Thlj .
production Is a musical play, which.
JI"1""'" a Columbia grafanola for boaSts of the liveliest sort of comedy, Good Jersey milch cow and heifer
$100.00 that cannot be beaten for thattUo m0Bt tuneful mclody, and of sit- CaKr sale Cow s 5 years ol and
price anywhere in the world. Harry ' tJon3 nnd complications which keopwas fresli Oct. 1st Call a! 221 south
lxon' tho mind In a contemplative state Walnut St. any tlmo after 5 p. m. 89-2
A civil seryico examination, for as to what will occur next. A special -
clork-carrjor in tho local postoff ice 'enlarged orchestra will bo among tho : 1 oultry for Sale,
will bo held at tho fpdern.1 lnilldlnt?' many features. I - Turkeys, geese and chickens. Phono
Dr. Hownrd Yost, Dentist, Twlncm
Iluildlng. l'liono S07. 77tf
Mrs. R. O. Lnngford and Mrs. Chas.
Tic Gnnie W'ftlt Gothenbiirij
Tho North Platte high school foot
ball team played a tie game six to
six at Gothenburg Tuesday nfter-
Yost were among those who wont to noon. The tenms fought fiercely on a
Gothenburg Tuesday to attend tho wct and heavy field. Tho gnmo
loot Dnll game. inrougiioui was intensely interesting
GAS ENGINE FOR SALE.
Four horse power Fairbanks gas
engine in good running order. Brod-
I beck's Meat Market. 86tf
Horse, wagon and harness.
, .., . . , , to tlie spectators, llfty or more otiPlatto Light and Power Co.
M ss Maymc Plzor returned Wod- wl0IIl accompanied the North Platte JL2:
: :o: :
nesday from Choyonno nnd Denver
where she had been visiting for the
pnst three weeks.
Wo have the largest line of phono
graphs and records' in western Ne
braska. Como in and mako your
Xmas selecton. Dixon, tho Jowoler.
Mrs. Win. Landgrnf. Sr.. returned
tho first of tho week from Wllber,
whoro she had been visiting her sister
for tho past ton days.
For Salo Sovon room houso on east
Third street. All modern. Threo
Isaac Deats, 600 block east Third,
Phono Red 1233. 80tf
Raymond Johnson, who was time
keeper in District Foreman McGraw's
office has resigned and is now work
ing In tho car ropulr gang.
"Billy's Place," opposite tho depot,
makes n specialty of steaks and chops.
Also servo 35o and MOc merchants'
lunch. Try us. 88tf
Mrs. Ralph Garmnn returned Tuos
day from Omaha whoro sho had gone
to moot hor mother, Mrs. Johnson,
who will spond tho wlntor bore.
For Salo A" bargain: 8 room houso,
modorn oxcopt heat; has garago, barn
nnd coal shed. Phono black 1132, 408
east Eleventh street. SOtf
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Dlckoy roturnod
yostorday from Omaha whoro thoy
had been spondlng a fow days visiting
and looking nftor business mnttors.
Dr. H. G. Brock. Dentist. X-Ray
Diagnosis. ReynoldB BIdg. Phone 148
Chas. Reynolds enmo up from Omn
ha Wodnosdny to spond a fow days
with his pnronts Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Reynolds, and to look after buslnoss
Dixon & Son, Sight Specialist.
Miss Clara Soronson loft Wodnes-
uny ovonlng for Lincoln where sho
will visit frlonds and nttond soveral
social functions given by university
Msb Georgina McKay, of this city,
who is a otudont at tho Hastings col
lege, has been olectod nresldent of
1 tho Klrlb liu rair pcclety of that In-
Married Tuesday Morning.
Miss Reglna Evelyn Frazler and
Joseph Rauch, Jr., wore married at
seven-thirty o'clock Tuesday morning
I In thp chapel of St. Patrick's church,
I Rev. Patrick McDald performing the
ceremony. Tno brlao was dressed In
hor traveling suit of brown broad
cloth with n plcturo hat and carried
bride's roses. She was attended by
Miss Violet Rauch, who woro a brown
suit trimmed with fur nnd a picture
hat and carried white roses. Clarence
Frazler attended tho groom as best
man. Immediately after tho ceremony
an olnborato wedding breakfast was
served at tho homo of tho bride's par
onts, Mr. and Mrs. John Frnzlor. The
young couple loft on an aftornoontraln
on a trip to Kansas and Donver, after
which they will return to North Platte
to mako their homo. Tho brido Is tho
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Frazler
and is an oxcollont musioian Mr.
Rauch, who returned this fall from
servlco, is tho son of Mr. and Mrs.
Josoph Rauch, Sr., and Is in tho postal
A most charming assortment of
wom6n'8 and misses' suits nnd coats
at a saving of from $7.60 to $16.00 on
a garment at Tho Leader Mercantile
FLOUR SACKS FOR SALE.
100 lb. Flour Sacks at $1.25 a dozen.
50 lb. Flour Sacks at 50c a doz.
.Tohansen's Snlo Dates
22nd, Fred Nolson hog salo in North
25th, Follx J. Bokoski, goneral
farm salo, 4 miles west of North Platto.
29th, Landholm & Andorson pure
bred hog salo at North Platto.
11th. Harry Goldsmith's goneral
farm salo, southwost of North Platte.
4th, Leo Mustard, gonoral farm sale,
southeast of North Platto.
ISth, A H. Turpen general farm sale
10 mile northwest of North Plutte
CLINTON, The Jeweler.
Badly Cut But Not Hurt.
Being forced to make more room for Holiday
merchandise, as well as our regular stock we have
decided to move our paint stock quickly. We are
offering our entire stock at less than it would cost to
lay down here wholesale. Heath & Milligan Paint
is the kind that "Quality Goes in Beforethe Name
Goes On." It will pay you to buy if you are going
to paint your house, barn, floor, porch or inside walls.
Ready mixed easy
to apply, makes the
old look like new.
Preserves the wood
and it lasts longer.
To use paint is Econ-
The Most Perfect
of Floor Paints
Makes floors easy to keep
clean the home sanitary
$4.00, $4.25, $4.50
McCRACKEN DRUG CO.
Hotel McCabe Bldg.
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