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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1920)
NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
A & J
In addition Lo' our extremely low prices on
High Grade Suits we are now able to offer
wonderful bargains in high grade
We have just received 50 Collegian
Overcoatsnewest models in finest all-wool
fabrics, which- we now offer at wonderful
savings. , '
O Col1eUn Clolliet 1SC0
IJntlJ Adltr 4 Bom Company
Now is the time to Buy Clothing
Cheaper Now Than Later.
Q CotlesUn Clothes 1Kb
JJTld Adlir & Bona Codmsj
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
All Hindu of lloor lamps at W. It
H. 0. Pratt loft tills morning for
uotnqnburg to transact business.
Fresh oystora always on hand at
Mr. nd Mrs. Lou Carl wont to
Oniului Sunday to visit for sovornl
Going to glvo I i 1 in u smoking sot for
Christmas? Sco W. It. Maloney Co.
about It. ,
K. W. Bwlirt Im expected from Grand
Island this woolt to visit with local
; Mrs. II. C. Langford will loavo to
day for California to visit hor sons
for noy6rnl months.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Hood and daugh
ter, of Alllanco, aro guosts of Mr.
and Mrs. M. K. Oldt.
Harry Plssor has accepted a posi
tion In tho Star Clothing House dur
ing tlio ChrlHtmns rush.
'Mrs. Tom Ilnggorty will entertain
tho Catholic Girls' Club this evening
at, hor homo at 422 West 8th Streot.
Arthur Costollo who spent tho wook
end as tho guest of Maurice Williams
roturnod yostonlay to his homo In
Our ChiisttmiB trees will arrivo
soon. I'ltico your order .with us and
wo will sot tho trees aside for you
MoMlchaol'B Grocery. v
Mrs. M. Opedahl left Saturday for
Caspar, Wyo., whero sho will make
horo futuro homo with her daughter
Miss Vlrglo Oppodahl.
Tho fancy work booth at the Epis
copal Hazaar on Doc. Oth has oxactly
what you wish for ChrlatmaB gifts.
Corno early for best soloctions.
Tho Ladles Aid Socioty of tho ProB
byterian Church will moot In tho
church parlors Thursday aftornoon,
bolng entortnlnod by MoBdamcB Iloag
land, IIoxlo and Nowton.
Tho D, A. It, met last evening at
tho homo of Mrs. W. II. Cramor. Tho
principal numbor of tho program was
a paper by Mrs. C. Y Koch on Now
York and Now Jersey In Colonial
Tho regular meeting of tho Yeomon
Lodge will bo hold Thursday ovoning,
Deo. Oth. After a ahortTjusInoss scis
sion, thoso prosont will bo entertained
In tho usual manned. All Yooinon nro
urged to attond.
All G. I, A. to 11. of L. 10. mom
borB nro requested to bo prosont Fri
day Doc, 10th, as election of officers
and delogatoa will tako placo. All
duos Bhould bo paid to tho Socrotary
on or beforo that date. Uy Order of
Tho Episcopal Guild will hold a
bazaar and Huppor in tho church baao
mont on tho nftornoon and ovoning of
Doc. 0. Evoryono Is invited. Tho monu
for tho supper will ho chicken a la
guild. maRhed potatoes, cranberry
jolly, hot lAscults, plum pudding, cab
bage na' .d coffee Prlco GO cents
Twenty-four bars laundry soap for
$1 at McMlchaers Qrocory.
Joo Doaks, of Arthur, spent yester
day in tho vlty visiting friends.
J. M. Calhoun, o Paxton, transact
ed business in tho city yesterday.
C. Carpenter, of Maxwell, trans
acted buslnos8 in tho city yostorday.
Phil Plzcr, of Lewcllyn, visited rel
atives n tho city ovor tho week end
Dr. L. J. KILVUSE, l)o"tlsl. arc
Donald Hank Untitling. Rooms 2 & 3.
Phono 07. 12t
Socrotary Caroy will go to Chappell
this ovoning to address tho local Com
mercial Club at that placo.
Harry Lowell roturnod last even
ing from tho Platto Valley Hospital
where ho had boon taking medical
treatment, to his home,
When In North Platte stop at the
Now Hotel Palaco and Cafa You will
bo treated woll. G8tf
Tho Altruist Hlble Class of tho
Methodist Church will moot nt tho
of Mrs. Jamos Adams, 4 South Ash, at
threo o'clock Thursday aftornoon.
Tho SUvor Leaf Camp No. 301 noyal
Neighbors of America will meet to
morrow aftornoon at 2:30. All mem
bers aro urged to bo prosont. Election
of officers will tako placo
A private recital was held last
Saturday aftornoon at tho homo of
Mrs. M. Honry Gilfoyl. FIvo pupils
sang, aftor which Mrs. Gilfoyl served
tea. Plans woro mado to glvo thoso
recitals monthly during tho wlntor.
PLAY AN INSTRUMENT
With the issue of Dec. 7 and again
Dec. 10 wo aro running this column of
want ads for any kind of orchestra or
band Instrument without charge This
Ib dono to Btimulato interest in In
For Sale One nearly now flute, a
bargain. Walkor Muslo Co.
For Salo A sllvor-platcd cornet,
nearly now. 420 YV. Fourth.
For Salo A Bllvor-plntod lib Martin
cornet. Phono C07W.
For Salo A thrco-ciuartor slzo violin
la good condition. Phono 2G8.
For Sale Ono high-pitch Hb clarinet.
For Sale A now violin with -bow.
A bargain at $25. Walkor Muslo Co.
FoV Said A valve-tenor trombone.
Vot Salo Ono Washburn banjo with
case. Hogular prlco $150.00. Will sell
at a big discount Phono 930W.
Vor Salo A throo-quartor size violin
la good shape. Has bow and good
easq Inquire at this office.
For Sale- A banjo-ukulele, louder ,
than tho re. ulnr models WalUc
YOUNG MOTJIHR DIES AT LOCAL
HOSPITAL LAST NIGHT.
Mrs. Orvlllo Pennington died at a
local hospital last night of complica
tions resulting from blood poisoning.
Sho was tho mother of a lino baby
about a month ago but blood poison
set In as a result of later treat meut
and alio was taken to tho hospital a
fow days ago. Mrs. Pennington will
bo remembered by many high school
studentB as Ethel Strong, a nolce of
Mrs. James Snyder. Sho was a bright
student and well liked by pupils and
GAS MEETING HELD AT AUDITOR
IUM SATURDAY NIGHT POORLY
Tho meeting of gas liners. v hich
was called for tho Franklin Auditor
ium, Saturday evening was not well
attended although tho interest was
good among thoso who were there.
MosserB Hoagland and Shuman wero
Invited to speak and a number of oth
ers oxprossed their opinions on the
question of a rnlso In ratcfli No one
appeared In behalf of tho Light and
Power Co. so Its sldo of tho question
was not presontcd.
NEW INSURANCE AGENCY OPENED
TX NORTH PLATTE THIS WEEK
It. H. Woller, representing the Now
York Life Insurnnco Company arrived
In this city, Saturday and Monday be
gan making preparations for opening
up an agency here. TIo will buy or
rent a roshlonco nod movo his family
horo as soon as ho can. Mr. Wellor
formerly lived at Bluo Springs. Nebr ,
nnd comes with tho best of erpilon-tlals.
To whom nro your going to soil your
Hay nnd Grain? Tho Harrington Mer
cantile Co. will offer tho highest,
YOUU, storage, lattery needs
certain rvjular attentions in
WINTKU Wore liero to
cIto It tlKMo attention, whether
jou liaio ft pownrful I'reet-O-Llto
or any other make. Itemilar test
ine saves UatUry cxpeuie,
MIDWAY MOTOR CO.
rS VP I at
Just The Thing For The
jNot only will the children get a great
deal of pleasure from such a gift- but'
someone will be saved a whole iot ol work
if the children change from dirt- carrying
shoes to slippers when they come in from
school or play. There are many styles in
our Christmas Display priced from $1.25
Above All-A Man's Gift
Should Be Practical
Man's a practical mortal- to please
him, your gilt must be practical. What
can be better than a cozy pair of house
slippers to slip on after a hard days work. We have a great
many styles to pick from priced from $2 to $6. Don't forget
the wonderful bargains we are still giving in our sale.
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ONEY ON SHOES-
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