The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, November 21, 1919, Image 7

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    KEITH THEATRE
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27th.
City Mail Orders Received Now.
He Makes The World Laugh.
FMEMMfK.
! Ma
YBOW
hi i. All!
In the Musical Comedy Hit of the Hour
Presented with every detail that characterized its
unparalclled engagements in all the large cities. With
a Select Company of Singera and Dancers and
MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRLS OF ALL TIME
Symphony Orchestra
Prices $2, $1.50, $1, plus tax. 8 o'clock curtain.
Seat Sale, Tuesday 2 p. m.
! LOCAL AM) PERSONAL
- OR. 0. H. CRESSLER,
Graduate Dentist
Office over th McOonnld
State Bunk.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Watch Dixon's Avindows.
Mrs, It. A. Gannan returned Tues
day from Malvern, 'Iowa. She Was
accompanied home by her mother,
avIio will spend the Avlnter with her.
Evening party dresses of distinctive
charm on sale Friday and Saturday at!
The Leader Mercantile Co. '
Call and inspect our diamond stock.'
Wo arc sure, to have something to I
ipleaso you. This is going to be dia-j
mond Christmas, and now is the time'
to select. C. M. Austin, jeweler. 89-2 ;
Miss Lula Wolliver, who teaches in
district 87, Avill hold a box social and
program at the school house on Wed
nesday eA'ening, November 2C. The
public is invited to attend.
Charming are the evening party
dresses on sale Friday and Saturday I
by The Leader Mercantile Co.
All union barber shops after Novem
ber 24 Avill open at 8 a. m. and close at
7 p. m., Saturday 8 a. m. to 9:30 p. m.
All shops will bo closed Thanksgiving
day; Avill bo open until 9 p. m. on
November 2G.
Just received a large shipment of
Columbia Grafanolas. Now is your
time to have one set aside for Xmas.
Harry Dixon.
John C. Gllce arrived home Tuesday
from Philadelphia where he received
his discharge from the navy. John
has seen almost three years of service
and is glad to get back in the home
town with the homo folks.
Boys' llcccc lined mitts with Unit
wrist, 48c at Hlrschfeld'a clearance
sale.
A troop of the Boy Scouts will bo
organized at the Lincoln school to
morrow evening, thirty boys an
nouncing their desire to become mem
bers. Chas. Liork has consented to
be scoutmaster of this troop.
Hirschfeld's clearance sale now in
full swing.
S. E. Cox, Avho for several years
past has made his home near Her
shey, has sold his land and left Tues
day for Buhl, Idaho, Whore he recent-
lybought land with the expectation of
making his future home there.
. Dixon is equipped Ayith experienced
clerks this year for the convenience
of their Christmas shoppers.
Miss Ida Phalen has closed her sea
son hero at the McVicker millinery
and left yesterday for Lexiugton
Avhero she will spend a couple of
Aveeks at the McVicker store there be
fore going to her home at Wahoo.
Men's fast black 25c hose 17c, G
pairs 95c, at Hirschfeld's clearance
sale.
Dr. and Mrs. Carson, Avho Avore call
ed hero by the death of the late A. M
Seibert, returned Tuesday to their
homo in Grand Jsland. They Avero ac
companied by Miss Doris Seibert Avho
will spend a short time Avith them be
fore returning to her Avork in Omaha
Platinum and diamond wrist wntch
i Dixon, the. Jbweifor.
I Verrio HaYrls, of Omahn, is vNltlng
1 frionds in town this Aveok.
Keop an oyo on the Stylo Shop win
dow's and you will savo monoy.
P. A. Carson Avent to Gothonburg
Tuesdny to attend the foot ball gamo.
Don't forgot that you can buy waists
for $5.00 and up at the Stylo Shop.
They have arrived. Cnp-shapcd, real
human hair nets, at tho Style Shop,
Marinollo department.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Loypoldt of Hershey,
isitod at tho D. M. Loypoldt homo
Wednesday.
Everyono is interested in diamonds
for Christmas this year. See Dixbn'a
ary Inrgq stpqk;.- . ,
Miss Ethel Frye, ayIio Is employed in
tho Union Pacific offices, Is taking a
week's vacation.
Engraved Christmas cards should
bo ordered at once. Dixon, tho Jeweler.
Judson Armstrong, of Omaha, has
accepted a position ns telegrapher for
the Union Pnclllc.
Charming creations in Avlnter milli
nery for Avomen, misses and children
at The Leoder Mercantile Co.
The Catholic choir is preparing n
sacred concert Avhlch will be given
about December first.
Men's union suits, heavy cotton rib
bed, sale, price ?1.45 at Hirschfeld's
clearance sale.
J. C. Askwig left last night for Rod-
cllff, Col., to spond several days look
ing after business matters.
Tho highest priced blouse that the
Stylo Shop over had Avas sold tho
morning after the stylo show.
Geo. N. Gibbs, Avho had been spend
ing several days In Lincoln and York,
returned home Wednesday.
Lost Ladies' gold bracelet Avatch,
Swiss movement. Finder plenso re
turn to this office. Reward. 90-2
Sherman Goodwin, of Redcliff. Col.,
spent several days in town this week
looking after business matters.
Flschl Frercs" imported French kid
gloves at tho Style Shop. The only
place In town Avhere you can get them.
Last Sunday, Novmber 16th, Avas tho
first anniversary of the death of Noel
Donegan, Avho died in a Red Cross
hospital in France from Avounds re
ceived in action. Thero Avas an anni
versary requiem high mass celebrated
for Noel at the Catholic church on
Monday, November 17th.
Special Homo cured bacon 35c per
pound. Brodbeck's Meat Market. tf
A Parent-Teacher Association was
organized Wednesday afternoon at the
Washington school by the election of
Mrs. Spencer president, Mrs. Miles
vice-prosidont, Miss Sybil Gantt sec-
rotary and Mrs. H. M. Getty treas
urer. Tho association starts Avith a
momborshlp of about seventy.
Dixon it Son, Sight Specialists.
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Singing girls in "Kiss We Again'" at the Keith
Thanksgiving evening.
Frank Hagey has resigned his po
sition at the Union Pacific telegraph
office and gone to Omaha where he
will engage in business for himself.
Children's stylish hats with fur
ear tabs, value up to $2.00, sale price
S5c, at Hirschfeld's clearance sale.
Louis Kelly and Ernest RIncker re
turned Wednesday from Lincoln whore
they attended the homo-coming game
and visited friends over the Aveek end.
Party dresses for Avomen of any fig
ure. You must see these ueavmrui
drosses Friday and Saturday at Tm
Leader Mercantile Co.
If you think tho blouses shown dur
ing the Stylo Shop style show Avore
beautiful, just come in and take a look
at the ones thoy have just received.
There will be a meeting of tho
American Legion Wednesday evening
at eight o'clock In the library, base
ment. All men Avho have been in ser
vice nro invited to attend. Victor H.
Halllgan, president.
Tho prettiest evening party dresses
yet developed on sale Friday and Sat
urday at The Leader Mercantile Co.
Harold Langford received a letter
yesterday Avhlch stated that Harloy
Greason, a former North Platte boy
had completed his course In dentistry
in Philadelphia and Avas now located
in a dental offico in Lincoln.
Furs of elegance at reasonable
prices at Tho Leader Mercantile Co.
DaA'o Harvey and Iva Smon, both of
this city wcro married Monday by
Judge Woodhurst, and on Wednesday
the Judge performed the ceremony
which united Jack Edler and May
Hertllne, both of Avhom gave North
Platte as their residence.
Ladles' Holeproof silk hose $1.75 at
Hirschfeld's clearance sale.
In tho caso of tho Tyler and War
ren boys, Avhlch had been taken un
der advisement, Judge Woodhurst pa
roled the former to his father and tho
latter to an oldor brother. Monthly
reports of the conduct of tho boys must
bo made to tho Judge. Both boys re
entered school Monday afternoon.
Tho markets are all short on mer
chandise now and it behooves one to
make Christmas selections early. Let
us help you. C. M. Austin, Jewel
er. 89-2
Word recolved Wednesday an
nounced tho birth of a daughter to
Mr. and Mrs. David Ryan, of Miami,
Florida. Mrs. Ryan was formerly
Miss Floronco Iddlngs of this city.
Mr. Ryan, since leaving tho service
has occupied a position with tho
Southern Florida Auto Sales Co.
If you buy It at the Stylo Shop you
know It's good.
The Catholic Girls' Club met Wed
nesday evening at tho homo of Mrs.
John Illldobrand. Tho ovonlng was
spent In pinning five hundred, Miss
Doty Roach Avlnnlng first prlzo and
Miss Anna Hayes taking second prize.
Mrs. Hildobrand Avas assisted by tho
Misses Ethel Fryo and Ruth Hubbard
Boys' stylish suits, bolt and Avaist
lino modols, $11.85 at! illlrschfold's
clearance sale.
John Grant Avont to Kearney yes
terday "a hero ho fv 111 represent Mrs.
I.uella Gntnmlll in a fifty thousand
dollies dnniago canq in the district
court. Mr. Gammill sHos tho Union
Pacific ior tho death of hor husband,
avIio Aa killed at the coal chutes In
that city In tho npriug of 1918. Tho
deceacod formorly lived ln'tho fcouth
part of this county.
BoyB' atyllih overcoats, values up
to $18.00, sale price $9.85, at Hirsch
feld's clearance sale.
Ladles'
HOLEPROOF
Silk Uoo
per pair
$1.75-
HIRSCHFELD'S
0
earance
Sae
Men' Fust
Rlnck i!c
Uosc, Snltf
Price
17c
0 pairs )e
NOW IN FULL SWING
Our Clearance Sale launched last Saturday exceeded beyond our expectation, both in
volume of business and enthusiastic appreciation of our patrons. Nowhere else are
Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats of such standard merit and such stylish
models being offered at the wonderfully low prices we quote.
Men's and Young Men's Fancy Suits and Overcoats.
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
SOTS AND OVERCOATS
Present market value $28 to $37
$24.09
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
STYLISH SUITS and OVERCOATS
Present market value $35 to $40
$23.00
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
STYLISH SUITS and OVERCOATS
Present market value $45 to $50
$34.00
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
STYLISH SUITS and OVERCOATS
Present market value $55 to $G0
$39.00
ROYS' OVERCOATS
sizes 12 to 18, all wool, full
lined, originally sold from
$15 to $18, sale
price
$9.85
ROYS' SUITS All Wool
Blue sorgo and fancy cas
simcre suits, belt models
and waist seams, worth up
to $16.50, sale
price
1TU1 K "I'
.$11.85
ROYS' SCHOOL AND
DRESS SHOES, Button
lace, broken lots, but most
all sizes, worth up to $5.00,
sale price
ROYS' MACKINA1VS
Sizes 7 to IS, values up to $9,
sale price
$6.90
MEN'S UNION SUITS
Men's heavy ribbed cotton
Union Suits, sale
price
.$1.45
MEN'S TROUSERS
Broken lines, values up to
$4.50, sale price i
$2.00
MEN'S UNION SUITS
Men's heavy cotton Union
Suits, Eureka make
sale price
.$1.95
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS
Broken lots, but most all
sizes, values to $2.25
sale price
.00
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS
Tan and grey, flat or military
collar, sale price
$2.39
MEN'S UNION SUITS
Men's Wool mixed Union
Suits, $4 grade, sale
price
.$2.95
MEN'S UNION SUITS
Men's silk and wool "Superi
or" Union Suits, small sizes
only, $10 value, sale Q
price
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS
Blue, tan and grey, flat or mil
itary collars sale
price .
$3.15
.$4.45
MEN'S LEATHER MITTS
Knit wrists and fleece lined,
$1.25 value, sale price 0(1
$2.95
MEN'S SHOES
Men's work and tllress shoes,
broken lines and sizes, value
up to $G, salo price jj
MEN'S CORDUROY. CAPS
Fur lined ear tabs, values up
to $2,00 sale price Grn
MEN'S ODD DRESS VESTS
Small sizessalo. price
: i' 70
I Ob
Men's Fancy Soft Collars
Sizes 13V to lGij, sale price
each IKn
iiju
CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS
Wool and cordroy, sizes 3,
4 and 5, salo price pair Rn
Many other articles on sale suitable Xmas Presents.
The Rargalns represented here are for the e ntire period of tho' sale or so long as the
quantities last. Come early and get your pick as goods arc going fast .at these
record-breaking prices.
Mail Orders
Promptly and
Carefully
Filled.
HIRSCHFELD'S
North Platte's Foremost Clothiers
For Men and Boys.
Sixth Street Cor. Dewey, North Platte, Neb
I
Mall Orders
Promptly and
Carefully
Filled.
Coul Conservation Ncccssnrjr.
Unless there Is n change In tho coal
conditions within tho. next week
and tho prospects for such are not
vory bright delivery of coal to North
Platto non-essential institutions ana
business Iioubos may bo prohibited by
tho federal board. Tho situation hero
in North Platte is growing inoro
tense, that is, surplus stocks in homos
are bolng reduced to a point nearing
tho danger lino, and as each houso-
holdor exhausts his supply tho gon-
eral demand must becomo greater,
and this demand is already hcavior
than tho supply received by tho deal
ers In other words wo aro gradually
facing a coal famlno which cannot
rosult in anything but suffering. Con
servation of coal to tho fullest ex
tent is nocossary In North Platte, a
fact that must bo patent to all.
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LOTS FOlt SALE
I want to soli three lots, location
very doslrablo, west 12th streot. Need
tho monoy. J. W. LE MASTER . OOtf
; ;o: :
Tho ovonlng drosses that aro being
shown In tho Stylo Shop windows aro
certainly beautiful.
About thirty couplos attondod the
dancing party given at tho Elks' homo
last night. Following tho danco a
light ruppor was served In tho dining
hall
All tho winter kinds of furs aro
hero; woman's, misses' and children's
sots. Tho Loader Morcantllo Co.
Cold weather millinery in warm
colors at Tho Loader Morcantllo Co,
Special Homo cured bacon 35o por
pound. Drodbeck's Meat Markot. tf
Full lino of wheol goods for Xmas
John II. Null. C0C Locust. 89tf
You can absolutely depend on tho
quality of merchandise you buy at
tho Stylo Shop.
Claudo Dolancy will return today
from St. Joo whoro ho wont to bring
back W. M. Wilson, who is charged
with raising a chock from six to sixty
dollars. Wilson worked for F. W.
Hackbarth, who lives south of Iler
shoy, and whon given tho ?G.OO check
raised it to $60, cashed it at a Horshoy
bank and then skipped. Ho wns ar
rested at St. Joe and hold awaiting
word from Sheriff Salisbury, who sont
Delanoy Tuosday ovenlng.
REMEMBER, your wntch will not
lcavo ED'S bench (in Frator's Drug
Store) until it is RIGHT. . 87tf
Comploto stocks of (lopondablo lin
ens for TnanKBgiving aro shown at
Tho Lcador Mercantile Co.
Special Kottlo rondorcd lard. Brod
beck's Meat Markot. 8Gtf
Columbia records for Docombor now
on salo. Dixon. I "S
Tho Stylo Shop signifies quality
merchandise.
So many lovoly coats and (fur sets
for girls aro now shown by Tho Lead
er Morcantllo Co.
Wo like to havo you como Into tho
Stylo Shop and soo tho pretty things
whether you aro roady to buy or not.
lUxon & Son, Sight Specialists.
Gamble with Springer
THE CHAIN SYSTEJI
No. 1, 220 North Locust, Hiono 203.
No. 2, 110 East B Street, Phono 400.
iNo. 8, C21 East Fourth, Fhono 701.
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HARRY J. VANNATTER, Local Agent.