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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1919)
-LOCAL AJU) PERSONAL
Dixon & Son, SUjrht Specialists.
Miss Mnudo Rcoso has resigned hor
position nt the Trottor garage.
A real Cordova bag for mother this
Xmas. Dixon, the jowelor.
Mrs. Harry Mitchell spont the week
end in Omaha visiting her parents.
Moderate low prices now prevail on
all misses' and women's suits and
coats at The Leador Mercantile Co.
The local union of boilermnkers
will give a dnnco at the K. C. hall to
Ralph L. Larson, who had been em
ployed as a clerk In the First Notional
Bank, left Saturday, evening for Louis
ville, Neb., to accopt the position as
cashier of a bank. . . 4 .
Let Clinton & Son talce care of your"
Quito a number of high school stu
dents are planning to go to Grand Is
land Thursday morning to witness the
foot ball game between the North
Platte and Grand Island teams.
Dr. Hownrd Tost, Dentist, Twlncm
Building. Phone 807. 77(f
The exhibition by the high school
gymnasium girls will be held at the
Franklin auditorium Friday evening,
December 5th. A vurv Interestinc and
pleasing program Is being prepared.
Have yon noticed (ho latest idea in
'cut steel buckles displayed in our
window I L. T. Tramp & Sons' Shoe
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll, of Gothen
burg, will spend Thanksgiving with,
their son L. C. Carroll and family In
this city and in the evonnig attend
the May-Huffman wedding.
Roses, chrysanthemums and carna
tions, "the nation's most expressive
flowers," for Thanksgiving. North
Platte Floral Co. Phone 1023.
McKaln's Meat Market a new mar
ket just opened at 713 north Locust,
in the room formerly occupied by
Moore's bakery. Choice smeats nt the
right prices. Goo. McKain.
Xmas cards must be ordered at
once. Dixon, the jeweler.
Thore will be no city delivery
Thankscivinc day. November 27th.
The genentl delivery and city dellvory
.windows will be open from nine to
eleven ociock.- r. a. mcihwji, t-oi-master.
SDeclal Kottle ronderod lard. Brod
beck's Moat- Market. . SGtf
A timely and fortunate sale of worn
en's and misses' suits and coats, high
grade, classy garments at popular
'prices, saving you from $7.50 to $2o
on evory garment you may select at
The Leador Mercantile Co.
To whom are. you going to sell your
Hay and Grain? " Tho Harrington Mer
cantile Co. will offer the highest
prices.v , 64tf
,Wm. 8. Thompson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Will Thompson, of this city, has
re-enllstod in the army for foreign
'service and will be stationed in tue
Philippines. Ho enlisted at Lincoln
last Friday.-ySutherland Courier. .
We do al kinds of general repair
Tiiin tt Vnii nnn T.nfiiKt. S!Hf
Sheriff Salisbury took "into custody
Saturday a lad who was wanted at
Julpsburg for stealing clothing. Sun
day. tho Julosburg officer came down
and took back with him t:.e youthful
For Salo New Oliver typewriter No.
9. A bargain". R. W. Adams at Dr.
Brock's, office. 90tf
T. L. Green, who recontly returned
from Omaha, where ho submitted to
an operation, was forced to return to
that city Friday for -further treat
ment and perhaps an additional opt.
oration. His condition is consjdeered
The statement is made that the Ryan
Company, of Omalnv which operates a
chain of gonoral merchandise storos
in Nebraska and South' Dakota, will
open a store in North Platto. Where
tlley nro to securo a room is not
known , ,
For Sale A bargain: 8 room houso,
modorn except boat; has garage, barn
and coal shot. Phone black 1132, 408
east Eleventh street. 8Gtf
loci a (J UUalB litto nuiu inn obiuwu.v
in the 600 block on oast Third to Mr.
Hamilton, of Staplelon. who will take
possession March first. Th consul
oration was 17,000. Mr. Deats will
'occupy the pew house which he is
erecting- oil the lot oast.
Wnntfld To do Chamber work in
resnoctable place ortly. Inquire at
this office. 91-2
Fred Nelson had a sale of thor
oughbred Duroc-boars at the Jbhan
sen bam Saturday afternoon. The
twelve animals offered sold at an av
erage of $4R a head. Mr. Nelson ex
- pressed himself ns well pleased with
the sale. Several of the animals were
sold to parties living outside of the
These long winter evenings are line
for reading. Clinton & son can at
your eyes so you will enjoy an eveulng
at home with a good book.
Wallace Qulnn, living In the 500
block on west Sixth street, has leen
seriously 111 for ten days past An
arm became swollen and for a week
had been treated for inflammatory
rheumatism but upon, later develop
ments the trouble was diagnosed as
blood poisoning which seems to have
permeated ills system
SPECIAL SALE OF
5i 'iiiIiIWMWISJH H'll Hill 'I'l'il' WHI'llillWIIi'.il'tg
. V l v. - . '
We find our stock in these lines is heavier than we wish to carry and to reduce our investment to what
it should be, we are offering prices that will reduce our stock quickly. v . .'" "
We have reduced the price on
every cloth coat in our stock. You
will find a wonderful selection to
choose from, ranging from
with plenty of medium priced ones.
We have 41 suits in our stock
that range in price from $25.00 to
$100.00 each. There is a good as
sortment of colors and sizes, all of
reliable makes. Prices on these
wii range from
$14.45 to 72.45
We ore showing ' a Very large
assortment of dresses, both silk
and wool; styles that have received
the praise of every customer who
has looked at them. There arc
plenty of sizes and styles for every
type of figure. Prices will range
Come and help make this the best "Ready-to-ear Sale ever held in North Platte.
3Irs. CrcHHlcr Enlerlnins at Shower I W. H. Barton, editor of tho May-
Mrs. O. H. Cressler ontoriamea at a wouu uuijuilui, uuoio ,
ill iimv u uoioiuivjt
Blson'B aim Quality, service and
First class taxi service
night Phone Black
"WANTED DllESS SKIRTS.
Wanted good dre-s sklrtx that can be
mad.' Into small riniuron s r.. u..
Phono IloKio n..iU9r,rBJa,5tt
nrcftllv annotated apron shower for
Miss Irmu Huffman Saturday, after
noon. Seven tables were placed fori
cards, and following Uio games a two
course luncheon was served. Whllo
the guests wero still seated at tho
tablos, Mrs. Franklin Koch, presid
ing as toastmistross, called upon Mrs.
Redfiold, Mrs. Gllfoyl, Mrs. Clabaugh
aiid Miss Waltemath who responded
with appropriate toasts to the to-bo
bride, and Miss Neva Troxlor, garbed
as a gipsy fortune teller, depleted her
future. Tho decorations wore in pink
and lavender. The afternoon proved
delightful to the thirty ladies pros
ont. , r' -; ; ot
Bunk Deposits nro Heavy
Deposits in tho North Platte tanks
as shown by tho statements called for
this month aggregate in round num
bers two million eight hundred thous
and dollars. To this can bo added
nearly a hnlf million dollars on de
posit with the building and loan as
sociation in the shapo of paid-up
stock, making the total deposits in
tho five Institutions somewhat in ox
coss of tlireo and one-quarter million
This Indicates, tho prosperity oi our
people, and In these deposits the wage
earner shares with the buslnoss man
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Joint Meeting of it. 11. Orders.
A joint meeting of all railroad or
ders will be held nt the court house
Monday evening, December 1st, at
eight o'clock for the purposo of mak
ing arrangements for the Plumb meet
ing on Deoember 11th. All members
of railroad'orders are requested to at
tend and assist In selecting commit
tees and making other preliminary
arrangements for the big meeting on
About thirty-five young people met
at the home of Gladys Cornwell Fri
day night and proceeded In a body to
the home of Mrs. William Madison,
who Hves on Ninth street, where tliey
pave a surprise on Thelma Brownell,
who had lust returned from the M. c
boopltal. An enjoyable evening' was
snent and a delicious lunch was
erved at midnight
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Scotts Muff is liasy
The North Platte foot ball team won
from Sootts Bluff on the local Held
Ffiday afternoon by a score of forty
six to uothmj. The visitors gave evi
dence of lack of training, and the lo
cals scored with comparative ease.
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Attention Knight of I'ythhts.
'All local or visiting knights are
requested to call at the Austin jewel
ry store to receive valuable Informa
tion. Harry 8. Yorkl'l BATOINN
Hon. HARRY B. YOllK,
Wanted Live stock to winter
Tri'osvsprini? wafer Ralph Soul, !
n I'r northve-t 00-2
Two new moat markets have been
oponcd on north Locust street .during
the past ten day,s. George McKain is
proprietor of one of tho two.
"Billy's Place," opposite tho depot,
makes a specialty df steaks and chops.
Also s'ervo 35c and 40c merchants'
lunch. Try us. 88tf
Ray Potors, who has boon In a can
tonment in Goorgia for about a yonr
and confined in a hospital tho greater
pert of the timo, writos that ho ex
pects to arrive home for Christmas.
lv,MqrHH;D9htist. Office over Wil
cox Department Store. tf
Mra. J. E. Lawlor, who accompanied
her daughter, Miss Feme, to the
Twinem hospital Friday, returned
Sunday to hor homo in Paxton. Miss
'"orno underwent an operation Satur
day and is reportod to bo dong nicely.
Don't Avorry about Xmas gifts. Let
Dixon do it for you.
Will Stack and Frank McGowrn
have formed a partnership and will
open a grocory storo In tho Waltemath
building on oast Sixth streot some time
betweon now and January 1st, de
pendent upon the date upon which the
room will ho vacnted.
For Sale Or will trade, 120 acres
land In Dent County, Mo. All foneed
with hog fbnee; 35 acros In cultiva
tion, G acres In orchard, balance tim
ber; -lMs miles from town. Enquire
E. E. Moody, North .Platte. V M-i
The Gamble & Springer. C b ve
erected a building In the 000. block on
west Second street and will dpen in-
other grocery stone, making four 'in
ducted by that Ann. Andy Yost uil
soon ooen a grocery on the 1 000
block on west Fourth, thus. gMng
west end people two places at v. I ion
to do their trjullng.
Many applications for member hip
in the community chorus are h ing
received. The music la exnectt to
arrive In a few days a the first re
hearsal will be called for next vek.
The music for the community Christ
mas exercises has also "been ordered
and Will arrive some time this w;ok.
For SaleA southeast corner lot In
the eight hundred block,' on west
Third street. J. MorBch. 00-2
People who enjoy a good musical
oemedy should not fail to attend
"Kiss Me Again" at the Keith Thurs
day evening. Frederick Bov.er has
been In North Platte several time- and
he has never failed to score a success.
He has this year a aplendt'l chorus
who will assist the principal; in ren
Uering nineteen musical nrnnVrs
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8 rooms and bath, furnace heited,,en
tlrely Improved stucco house on full
corner lot. Has garage. The balnnco
ran remain on mortgage Phone
(From The Times.)
Olo Odcan loft the first of the wook
for North Platto where ho will be em
ployed in the railroad machine shops.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Abott leave this
evening for Omaha where they oxpoct
to visit frlonds unIl after Thanksgiv
ing. Tho village board shipped in a car
of coal last week and this was par
celed out in 500 pound lots to those
who had nono or wore nearly out.
This was a groat help' to many of our
people. One hundred and thirty pat
rons received 500 lbs. oach from the
Numerous beet growers are consid
erably perturbed ovor having beets In
tho ground tinder Uio henry snow.
Should a heavy freeze follow tho melt
ing of tno snow it is bound to causo
aovero losses. Some havo as high as
three and four acres of beets yet In tho
My Llllle sVv lliiiclc louring ear in
first class condition ut a very reason
able price. T. C. PATTERSON, 2
lSulldintr mid Loan Hiilldiiitr.' Oltf
Tho two state banks at Gothonbui'g
have deposits of a million and a half
dollars. Monoy, inouey, uvorywhore.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Uossie Rnnnlo loaves tomorrow
for a visit with frlonds in Omahn and
Boys flannel blouses to any ngos
from six to 15 years, 'on salo at $1.05
at Tho Loader Mercantllo Co.
Mrs. Andrew Anderson nnd daugh
ter and MrSi Chas. Ericson havo boon
visiting In Omnha for sovoral days
Big blanket stoqk lioro of high grade
and rollablo quality nt prices that will
savo you monoy. Tho Loader Mercan
Miss Snrnh -Kolly, secretary of tho
homo sorvlco soctlon of tho Rod Crosir
left yosterday for Goring to attend a
A most charming lot of children's
nnd mlssos wlntor coat at Tho Load
dr Mercantllo Co. 1
The local poet of tho Amorlcan Lo
gion will meet at tho city library to
morrow ovenlng. All men who havo
been in tho sorvlco nro urged to at-
Furs'. Furs I Most delightful, beau
tiful, luxurious furs. Our stock is
now at Its host. Mnko selections early
at The Leader Mercantile Co.
WANTED KITCHEN STOVE.
Wanted, kltchon stovo In good condi
tion for widow with four small child
ren, Call Rod Cross, Phone Rod 310
or Black 533. 90-2
240 aero dairy placo, good Improve
ments, 2 miles tq town. Cnsh rent
Possession now. Inquiro at 514 east
Third Btrcot aftor 5 o'clock. 00-1
DESIDENCE FOR SALE.
Nlco new resldonco .proporty last
houso on North Maplo.- For prlco see
L. D. MoFarland, 2005 oast Fourth
qtreot. Phono Red 732. 88tf
Poullry for Sale.
Turkeys, gooso and chlckous. Phonja
(US ENGINE FOR SALE.
Four horso power Fairbanks gas
onglno In good running ordor. Brod
back's Mont Mnrkot. SGtf
Jlllch Cow For Sale.
Good Jorsoy milch cow nnd helfor
calf for salo. Cow Is 5 years old and
was frosh Oct 1st. Call at 221 south
Walnut St. any tlmo aftor 5 p. m. 80-2
Horso, wagon and harness. North
Platto Light and Power Co. 80-3
STATEMENT OF CONDITION OP
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
, , OP NORTH PLATTE,, NEBRASKA,
," x NOVEMBER 17th, 10UT.. a
Loanau'ul Securities - $i,009,860.20
V. S. Bondawid Securities 10,000.00
FHleiT Reserve I&nk Stoojc M.SQO.OO
- - . 08,200.00
- - jso,4.a(?
Surplus aud I,foflLi
Circulation - - ,
This bank lias operated for thirtyrtliree years under the the supervision of the
United States Government and offers its customers the full protection accorded
by the Federal Reserve Bank o the United States..
7. SJUBBl&O&R, President ' F. L. MOON BY, Cashier.
IU? 0. LAWOFOltD, Vice-President. A. C. KRAMPH, Asst. CasUler.
KBITII NVITLB, Vlce-Preaident. W. II. MUNOBK, Asst. CailUer.'
JOHN J. IIALLIOAN, Director.
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