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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
'OR. 0. II. CRESSLER,
Otllce over the McDonald
Hess loft yosterdny tot Koar-
CUT AND COUNTY NEWS.
A beautiful lino of Ivory for tho
Holidays. Clinton, tho jowolor
Geo. Russell spent Sunday In Goth
enburg visiting relatives,
Wyllo Walker, piano tuuor. Leave
'orders at Walker Music Co
Gifts that last, Clinton, tho Jowolor.
John Edwards returned fromOmalm
Saturday where ho transacted busi
ness. C. J. Maupin. of Bridgeport, spent
tho week ond visiting his brother
Have your piano tuned. Loavo or
ders at Walkor Music Cos Prompt ser
vice, Wyllo Walker, tuner.
Tho Children's Toy March will de
light tho hearts of the children Get
it at Dixon's Music Shop.
P. L. Mooncy returned yesterday
from Lincoln where ho' attended the
Rotary Club celebration.
"Get Up" and hear "I Don't Know
w'hero Tostl Went." Both for ono dol
lar at Dixon's Music Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Cochran re
turned yesterday from Lincoln where
they attended a Masonic meeting.
Bloached muslin, good quality, 19
and 26c a yard, at Wilcox Department
Dewey McGrew and Charles Hirsch
will come home tomorrow from Lin
coln to spend tho Thanksgiving holi
days. Whispering and Kiss A Miss, tho
latest and greatest song hits. At tho.
Valker Music Company.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. O'Connor - re
turned yesterday from Lincoln where
they attended tho Rotary Club cele
Leave your order for piano tuning
at Walker Music Co. All work guar
anteed Wylio Walker, tuner.
Mrs W, H. LeDIoyt returned Sun
day from Denver whore she spent a
week with her daughter Mrs. W. A.
Gifts that last, Clinton, tho Jowolcr..
Elsie Waltemath is expected to- J
morrow from Lincoln' where she is at- J
tending tho University ,to- spend
Thanksgiving with her parents Mr.j
and Mrs Fred Waltemalh ' ,
'The Te-lio-ya .Camp Firo met Fri- ,
day, Nov. 19, 1920,"at the home of Mrs.
Glenn Scott, the guardian. Mrs. Goble,
a teacher from the Washington school
was asked to accept the rank of
assistant? guardian, which she did, A
light lunch was served.
Tho,best quality outing flannels 25c
per yard, either light or dark pat
terns. This. Is the best brand we have
always handled. 'Wilcox Department
Pearl White enters tho story "Tig
er's Cub" on a sled traveling down an
Artie Slopo of 45 degrees and tho mo
mentum sho attains carries her into
and .through a maelstrom of action
at a speed that literally takes your
breath away. See her at tho Crystal
Thanksgiving night. There will bo a
mighty good comedy, loo. "Tiger's
Cub" is tho sled of your good time.
Jump on and slide into the most fun
you have had for weeks.
A Xmas gift with a Dixon seal
moans n lot to tho rccolvor.
J. M. Calhoun loft yosterdny foV
Visit '1'lft room for "Oifti )lmt
Last. Clinton, the Jowolor.
J. G. Bcblor loft yostorday morn
ing for Koarney,
Mrs. 0. W. Sprlgg left yostorday
morning for a aqhrt visit in Omaha.
Mrs. E. M Davidson loft tho lattor
part "of the Week1 for a visit in Grand
Mrs. Joo Ranoy will lonvo Tuesday
td visit hor daughtor Bosslo who Is
What is llfo to thu boy without a
watch? Don't forgot this Xmns sug
gestion. Dixon, tho Jowolor.
I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stamp will loavo
I in tho noar future for a short visit In
' V. C. Dunko'rly, of Twin Falls.
, Idaho, formerly of this city, is visit
ing friends in tjtls city.
A. E. Babbitt is expected soon
from Los Angeles having been called
hero by tho death of his father,
Mrs. Margaret Taylor, who has
been visiting at tho Dr, Mitchell
homo left .yesterday for her home.
Whispering and Kiss A Miss, tho
latest and greatest song hits At the
Walkor Music Company,
M,rs. C. F iFoy, of Paxton, was In
town tho lattor part of the week on
a visit to her sister Mrs. Wohlford
Phonographs arc going to bo very
scarco this Xmas. Get yours now,
at the Walker Music Company.
Miss Eunico Babbitt arrived Sunday
from Lincoln having been called hero
by the death of "her father James Bab
bitt. Your 'daughter wants a wrist watch.
Tho new Elgin with the black silk
strap at Dixon's will please her this
I" Mr. and Mrs. Leo Simon aro tho
,' happy parents of twins, which were
uorn baturuay evening at tho Platte
Valley Hospital, -
Dr. Georgo V. Islmin. Vlc.o-.
Chancellor of Wesleyan University.
I who spoke -at tho Methodist Church
(Sunday oVenlug. left yesterday for
T1IK WISHLSO RING TO RE I'llK
SKNTK1) BY LOCAL TALUXT.
One of tho coming events which la
attracting much attoution is tho pro
duction of tho Wishing Ring by
North llatto tulont under the direc
tion of Miss Farrlngton. This musi
cal fantasy is somewhat on the order
of "The .Bluebird" and' "Peter Pan"
androquTrc8 a largo cast, elaborate
costuming and much sconic lighting
effects. It rpprosonts tho droam of
two small' children,-who wandering I
through storybook land, make the ac- I
qunintnitco of Simple Simon, Mnrjorle j
Daw and many other characters. The
plot In' consistent and clovor, JJitor- J
sporscd with tuneful music and pretty
Regular rehearsals aro being hel'd ,
now by tho principal characters and
good progress is reported. The drills
and choruses have not met yet but '
will bo called together In tho near ,
future. Tho production will bo given
Dec. 2 and 3.
JA CK RABBITS Alt It LYE .
120 largo, speedy Texas Jack Rab
bits have already arrived and arc be
ing trained for the Coursing Meet on
Nov. 30th, Don. 1-2-3-lth. Delayed
shipment on remaining rabbits are
Lebria Marovlsh returned to this
city tho latter part of tho week from
South' Dakotn whore sho has been
teaching school. Sho is returning
on account of her health.
Dixon Optical Co., Shrill Specialists.
Miss Helen Smith Is expected home
Wednesday from Lincoln where sho is
attending tho Stato University.
Just received a complete line of
the latest Brunswick records. Como
in and hear them". At the Walker
Music Company. v
Max Hensolt left Sunday evening
for a short visit in Omaha.
The Spanish War Veterans Aux
iliary will meet in Firemen's Hall
Wednesday afternoon at thrco o'clock.
Dixon Optical Co., Sight Specialists.
Mrs. Harry Mitchell will ontortaln
tho Phlla Guna Club at her home
Gifts that last, Clinton, tho Jeweler.
At THE KEITH
Gasnier presents the Ace of Hearts
"The Beloved Cheater."
8 reels, Robertson-Cole Special
"Who's Your Servant"
A sensational picture sto-y adapted from Julian Johnson's
celebrated play which startled New i ork during its run at
I Li r l'tiinnnrn llti-tnt--
nit; i niiLcso iiicauCf
The Star of All Tinfes
the Photoplay of tho year.
A tale of daring and a tlirilling romance in far away Alaska. Around the star Fate
wenves a net that seems to shut her off forever from love and happiness. But things
eventually unravel. The stoiy woven is one of intense interest.
. . Century Comedy LOOSE LIONS
Crystal, Thursday and Friday.
4 fl M fmmmmSSS
t r9J mam io wa ibi
& It is awonder-
J. grip and compel
T ,you. inwhicn
Y allheart and
soul, all frank
ness and truth
j 'and happiness
and cheer to all.
Prom -the !T
rrrjrAVTTSC TJPntJK1 AM 0
OP O ME THUMB
Jack Dillonv .
SOGCial lhanksSivinS ogram
wwii Thursday -r Friday t
at THE SUN Theatre
Harold Lloyd in Illd IlUliiL ilUjIlilliOO
r Afternoon Matinee Starts at 2 and 4 p. m. r
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LOCAL AND PEKSONAL
Mrs. C. II. Crosby and sou left
yesterday morning for u short visit
Why continue on ,vlth tho hcad
aehe? Consult the Dixon Optical Co.
It may bo from your eyes.
Mrs. C. "B. Souscr and daughter
Helen returned Sunday from n visit
Visit our gift room for "Gifts that
Last. Clinton, tho Jowolor.
Arthur Miller, of Brady, returned to
his homo yostorday after undergoing
a slight operation at ono of tho local
Visit our gift room for "Gifts that
Last. Clinton, tho Jeweler. '
The Tropical Beach Chorus with the Musical Farce "ALL ABOARD FOR CUBA," Which Comes to The
Keith Theatre, Matinee'and Night, Saturday, Nov. 27. Matinee Prices 75c and $1.00
Electric Lamps for tho tablo and
desk. Clinton, tho Jeweler.
Tho Catholic Girls' Club will meet
this ovcnlng nt tho homo of Mrs.
Wo ask to bo allowed to help you
wltl your Xmas 'shopping. Dixon,
Want something especial to he
thankful for? Pearl Whlto la bncfc In
one of tho best ontortainmcnts evch.
Soo hor Thursday night at, tho Crys
tal in "Tiger's Cub." .Hor father was
called "Tiger" bocauso ofr his fierce
ness, but his "Cub" was ono of the
sweetest, inot lovablo girls oyer.
Mutual Building & Loan Association
of North Platte.
'INCORPORATED IN 1887.
Investors iii this association get LUo benefits of tlio
following requirements of tho laws of Nebraska under
which it is operating:
First. Tho association is required to Invest only in
, first mortgages on real estate or tho stock of this associa
tion. 'Second. Such investments aro non-negotiablo and
non-asslgnablo, and can only bo discharged by payment
direct to the association. 'This is a very important pro
tection not available to any financial institution except
Building & Loan Associations,
Third. Tho association is subject to the supervision
.of tho Stato Banking Board.
How well tho interests of the investors in this as
sociation have been safeguarded is evidenced by, tho fact
that in tho moro than thirty three years of its operation
not one dollar has been lost.
T. C PATTERSON,
BESSIE F. SALISBURY,
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