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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
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jflBg- w (gHKf Mflfcjn i uenuuiui illustrations ol m
(jP9WMMyHHJ th 17 period cabinets. A I
i m&rwilliam and Maru 1
ziese 'Jonas phonographs I
In 1914, as you can ascer- I
tain through practically I
any investment banker, flj
the Edison Laboratories H
were Belling phonographs H
on a narrower margin of fj
profit than the other man- rc
ufacturers. Since 1914, the i
price of the New Edison 11
has advanced less than 15 B
and a portion of this is 4 H
war tax. "Edison stood the H
Caff" to keep his favorite U
invention within tbe reach 9
of averyone. ' I
YOU never saw more exquisite
The world has never produced an
more exquisite cabinets.
These cabinets are descended
out of the Golden Age of Furniture.
This was the age when Europe
built its most luxurious palaces,
created its greatest works of art,
developed its finest types of crafts
manship. Mr. Edison's designers went
back to the furniture masterpieces
of this period. They adapted 17
of them for the modern American
home. They made every Edison
Cabinet a period cabinet even the
You must see these cabinets.
Only then will you appreciate what
wonderful richness and atmos
phere one will add to your home.
Ask about our Xmas Budget
Plan. It manages your money
economically. It makes 1921 help
pay; and that's good business.
Harry Dixon, Dealer.
9 ytsiAf m
0 WISW Hv
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Henry Oilfoyl loft Sunday for
T. W. Pearso, of Omaha, was in Die
city yesteterday on business.
If you don't have "Whispering" i
your homo you aro missing a great
deal of pleasure. Your need can be
Bupplletl at Dixon's Music Shop.
Will loan from two to thrco thous
and first mortgage, 8 on Improved
farm lands, long or short time, no
commission; you got your money tho
day you sign the papers. Number of
land and location must bo given in
llrst letter. Address box 219, North
Platte, Nebr. 93-4
It may shock you, but it will introduce to you for
the FIRST time in history the man-eating caanibals
of New Guinea.
The island on which this picture was taken is by
all odds the blackest, wildest, wickedest spot on all
the earth and its people, men and women, untamed
You will find "Shipwrecked Among The Can
nibals" one of those horrifying things you've read
about but have never seen, and you will travel into
the death-hiding underbrush with great cameras
which tell no lies.
You, your mother, your father, your sweetheart
your friends should feel it a duty to see this truly
AT THE SUN,
DECEMBER 9 AND 10,
Matineo 2:15 p. m. and 4:10.
NEBRASKA . STATE .POULTRY AS
SOCIATION MEETS AT HOLD.
HEDGE THIS YEA It
For 30 consecutivo years Nebraska
has had an annual show and exhibi
tion held by the oldest poultry organ
ization In America, and for over 25
ycara has been nn incorporated in
stitution by act of stato legislation.
How few people of our stato have
over realized this fact and know that
tho poultry resources of our stato is
one of tho greatest resources wo have,
amounting last year to over sixty mil
Tho poltry industry of this stato
Ib only In its Infancy as all people
who havo made a study of tho prob
lem of increasing this resource know,
thus the Nobraska Stato Poultry As
sociation is doing this great work to
ward stimulating this industry each
yenrs by holding Its annual show
It has always been tho aim of this
association to hold tho show in tho
part of our stato whoro tho most good
could bo dono, and at tho samo tlmo
encouraging oxhiblto rs from other
states to como and show tholr speci
mens of high standard that our peo
plo may ho enthused and profit by
visiting this show nnd learning for
themselves tho methods of raising
and dovoloplng better and more pro
ductive poultry throughout tho stato
Thus wo commend all tho poultry
people of our state, and especially In
that section of tho stato touching up
on tho locality of Holdrogo, Nobraska,
to not only show their fowls, but to
bo there In porson nnd got many vnlu
nblo suggestions that will help them
In tholr ondonvoi-H in rnlslng poultry
for profit. Tho Secretary
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NOTICE OK TAKING IT ESTIIAY
Takon up by tho undersigned on bin
promise eight miles southoast of
North Platto, Lincoln County, Nobr.,
on or about Novombor 20, 1920, one
black maro with n small star, wolght
about lino, about ton yonr8 old. Dated
this 4th day of December. 1920.
Keith Novlllo went to Denver .cs
'ird n to transact l.urlncs
A RAKE TREAT FOR ALE
MH'AI, A1UIY ItlM'IUTl'IXO OFFICE
:.i.Ki:s ItKPOHT ON YK AH'S
Tho Gothenburg Connnunll
Club la presenting LEOPOLD
GODOWSICY, MASTER PIAN
IST, in Recital at Tho Sun Tho
ntro in Gothenburg on tho
night of Docomber 28th.
Tho program for this recital
(a) Prelude and Fugue, E Minor
(op 35) .Mendelssohn
(b) Two Songs: Faith In Spring,
Schubert-Liszt; On Wings
of Song, Mcndolssohn-Llszt
(c) Variation on a Thonio by
PaganinI . . .Brahms
(a) Fantasy op 49 F minor
(b) Thrco Proludcs.
(c) Thrco Etudes.
(d) Nocturne In F minor.
(o) Posthumous Wialtz in D
Hat (concert version by Leo
(f) Polonalso op 53 A Hat.
(a) Watteau Paysage
(b) Old VIennn.
(o) Torpslchorean Vindobonn.
Thirty Moods and Scones,
by Leopold Godowsky.
(d) Danso of tho Gnomes, Liszt
(o) At tho Spring Liszt
(f) Polonalso In E -Liszt
Knnbo Piano Used.
Mrs. Cramer and Miss McKay
aro soiling tho tlckots allotted
to North Platto for this recital
and wish all who contcmplnto
going would purchaso tickets
noon so as seat reservations enn
bo mndo early.
To havo one of tho World's
Groat Artists, If not tho Groatost
of tho prosont time in his line
brought so near to us Is an op
portunity of a llfo tlmo.
YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO
During the past year 127 men have
Hpplied Tor enlistmont In tho United
States Army at tho North Platto Re
cruiting Stntlon. Of these, 81 were
accepted and 48 rejected. Tills menus
that -one-third of the inon asking for
admission to tho army are rejected for
one reason or nnother. Sergeant
Johnson In charge of the local station
has made n good record hero as a
faithful officer and citizen and the
ncord shows he has been successful.
Ho says that of those accepted 1 was
for Infantry in Germany; 3 for In
fan try. 1 for the Ordinance Corps
in Panama; 1 for Coiist Artillery In
the Phlllpplpo Islands; 3 for Coast
Ullllcy; 3 for Infantry and 1 for the
Engineers In tho Hawaiian Islands; 22
for Infantry; 12 for Coast Artillery,
I for Cavalry. 22 for Field Artillery,
4 for tho Engineers, 2 for the Tank
t orps. 3 for the Quartermasters Corps
I for Chemical Wurfaro Service. 1 for
tho Medical Department nnd 1 Tor the
Signal Corps for sorvlco in the United
State Of tho 71 accepted for ser
vlco In tho United States, ono or two
men wero sent to each section of tho
country whoro Army camps or posts
aro located from Now York to Califor
nia nnd from Canada to Mexico.
Tho losers of tho Indian Card Club
entertalnud tho winners at a ono
o'clock luncheon which was servod at
the Union Pacific dining room. The
room was beautifully decorated In
keeping with tho Christmas season.
Tho afternoon was spent In playing
brltlgo at tho homo of Mrs. E. F. See
borger. This is a custom which has
always been observed In this club.
SAVE MONEY 11! on your coal
bills with storm windows on your
homo. Phono us your order. Wo fur
nish a man to mcasuro and hang
them, Wnltemnth Lumbor & Conl
Company. Phono No. 20.
F..(!LIS1I GOVEKN.MEXT HONOR
' FOIt.MEH NORTH PLATTE HOY,
When the war broke out- Raymond
Henderson, sou of J. W. Hondenon, or
this city, applied for enlistmont in the
United Staton army but was rejectod.
He was not satisfied so he appllod tt
tho English army and was accepted
nnd after preliminary training he wrm
taken to the Atlantic seaboard ami
sailed for England. He never laudod
for ho whs reported as drowned at sett.
Raymond attended the North I' ktu
schools and will be remembered by
many of his classmates. This week
his father received' a beautiful paroh
inent. bearing the coal of arms of the
ISugliBh government and these wordi:
"Ho whom this school commemorates
was numbered among those who, at
the call of king and country, loft all
that was dear to thorn, endured hnrd
noss, facod danger, and finally passed
out of tho sight of men by the path of
duly and solf-sncrlfice, giving up tholr
own lives that others might llvo In
freedom. Lot those who como nftor
see to It that his nnmo bo "not for
gotten. Rlfloninn Raymond .lf-unos
Henderson. Rifle Urlgndo." Accom
panying the scroll is n noto with the
tho coat of arms and title Buckingham
Palace, nnd theso words: "I fain with
my grnloful people In sondlng you this
momorlnl of a bravo life given for
others In tho Great War." It is fol
lowed by tho slgnnturo of King George
of England. Mr. Henderson appreci
ates this tribute to his son and win
preserve It as a memorial. -
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12 Room, Strictly Modern Home,
largo basement, oak floors Elegant
location. Close in. Owner must sell.
It's a bargain.
Let mo show this to you.
0. II. TH0HLECKE
NOTICE OF PETITION
Estate No. 1790 of James Babbitt, de
ceased, In tho County Court of Lin
coln Coupty, Nebraska.
Tho Stato of Nebraska. To all per
sons interested In said Estato tako no
tice that a petition has been filed for
tho probate of an Instrument purport
ing to bo tho last will and testament
of James Babbitt, deceased, and for
tho appointment of Eunlco Babbitt as
Executrix of said estate, which hns
been set for hearing heroin on De
cember 24, 1920. at 9 o'clock a. m.
. Dated November 27, 1920.
(SEAL) WM. H. C. WOODIIURST.
93-3w County Judge.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued
by tho District Court of Lincoln Coun-
I ty, Nobraska, upon n decrco of fore
closure rendered In said court, where
in Ajuin Voss is plaintiff and Clydo M.
Trotter, Monn Trotter, his wife, nnd
L. E. Mohlmnn, as Trustco in Bank
ruptcy of Clydo M. Trotter, Bank
rupt, aro dofendnnts, and to mo di
rected, I will on the 31st day of Decoin.
her, 1920, at two o'clock P. M. at the
east front door of tho court houso In
tho City of North Platto, County of
Lincoln and Stnto of Nebraska, soil
at public auction to tho highest bidder
for cash to satisfy said decrco, inter
est and costs, tho following doscrlbod
property, to-wlt: nil of Lot Ten (10)
pi Block Two (2) of Rlvordnlo Addi
tion to tho City of North Platto. Ne
braska, subject to a cortaln mortgago
to tho Nebraska Stato Building and
Loan Association, which 1b recorded In
Book 47 at page 149 of tho records of
Lincoln County. Nebraska.
1 Dated at North Platto, Nobraska.
I November 29, 1920.
A. J. SALISBURY,
COAT WITH FUR COLLAR
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
UNITED STATES FOR THE DIS-'
THICT OF NEBRASKA, NORTH
In tho matter of Georgo A. Ellis, Bank
rupt. Cnso No. 82, in Bankruptcy, Voluntary
Notice of First .Meeting of Creditors.
TO THE CREDITORS OF GEORGE A
ELLIS, of North Platto, in tho Conn
ty of Lincoln, and District aforesaid,
Notico Is hereby given that on tho
23rd dny of Novombor, 1920, tho said.
Georgo A. Ellis, was duly adjudicated
bnnkrupl; and thai tho first meeting
of creditors will bo held at tho office
of W. V. Hoaglund, at North Platto.
County of Lincoln, and Stato of No
braska, on tho 13th day of Dccembor,
A. D. 1920, at 10 o'ulock A. M. at which
time the said creditors may attend,
prove tholr claim, appoint a triiBtco, '
oxamlno the bankrupt, and transact
such other business as may proporly!
como before said meeting. !
WALTER V. HOAGIjAND. '
Rcforoo In Bankruptcy.
Even before they niter their teeus,
some little maids are lucky enough to
possess a warm, brown coat with a fur
collar Uko that worn by the fortunate
young person pictured here. Squirrel
for ruhhlt provides the cozy fur.
HELP NORTH PLATTE
HOUSE ITS PEOPLE
Our Stock Is Complete
Our Grades are the Best
ur Prices Right.
Coafes Lumber & Coal
(First Prlzo won by Jack Rauo in compotltlon for host
display advertisement written by High School student )
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