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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
An exhilerating romance of the speediest two-gun wizard
the West ever knew.
William Farnum in a vivid drama of the West when Provi
dence was on the side of the man with the quickest gun.
Century Comedy- UNCLE TOM'S CABOOSE.
Adults 30c Children 15c
I Crystal Theatre, Thursday and Friday.
LOCAL ANJ) PERSONAL
.ur. ur ai uun, uisinci director 01 1110
, vocational board camo to look up a
' number of vocational cases this week.
Mrs. Itay Eyerly, of Goring, is vis- t .,-.. ,oft ,,,, fm. s
I RAILROAD NOTES.
King friends in this city
Mrs. Rcbout, of Hershey, was
visitor in this city last week.
Electric washers tako back ache out
of washing. V? R. Maloney Co.
A baby girl was born tho lattor part
of tho week to Mr. anil Mrs. Ben
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Yates, of Suth
erland, are visiting in this city for n
Torrlngton Electric Vacuum Clean
ers mako house cleaning easy. W. II.
Mrs. Smith, of Ilershey, transacted
- business in tills city the latter part of
Mrs. Claude Hanllne, of Lincoln, is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Hughe was lined the latter
part of tho wook for cutting the cross
ing with his automobile.
Mrs. Hugh Broggin returned to her
homo in Keystone after, visiting at tho
homo of Mrq, Omar Huff.
Mrs. Robert Bcatty left the latter
part of the week for a short visit in
Brady with her parents.
Miss Fern Jandobaucr of Ely, Nov.
has been visiting with relatives at the
"Babe" Cooney, of Overton, left
Monday evening after visiting rela
tives hero for a short time.
Tho Westminster Guild will meet
i at the homo of Miss Florence McKay
S04 west Gth street, Tuesday
O. H. Eyorly, highway commissionee
left Saturday for Umalia wiiero ho win
attend tho commissioners convention
Louis whoro ho will arguo a case in
a the United States Circuit Court of
Brunswick records can bo played on
on any machine without attachments.
Como In and hear them. Walker Mus
Mrs. Homer Peterson arrived home
Monday evening from Julesburg
whero sho has been visiting for the
past few days.
Brunswick records can bo played
ou any machine without attachments
Como in and hear them. Walker Mus
Mrs. Morgan, of Hershey, was hero
on business Saturday, left for Max
well where sho attended the funeral
of Margaret Chapell.
John Zollars, who has been viBlting
at the homo of his sister, Mrs. John
ilioMaster, will leave in tho near fu
ture for. his home in Indiana.
Tho Swedish Meeting will hold its
next meeting Friday Dec. 10 at tho
People's Mission Church. Tho meeting
will begin ,nt 7:30. All arc welcome.
Bishop Duffy, of Grand Island, was
in this city tho first of the week. He
preached a very impressive sermon at
St. Patricks church Sunday morning.
W. D. Waldo was arrested Sunday
afternoon charged with the illegal
possession of intoxicating liquor. His
case is set for tomorrow morning at
ten o'clock in tho police court.
Miss Eva Baker and Horace Bara
clough were united in marriage tho
latter part of the week in Lexington.
Mrs. Baraclough wrn a former resi
dent here. Her father was chief of
polico at one time.
W. II. Daly, section tlirtr- keeper,
was InOheynno Sunday.
California oranges of thin year's
crop commenced moving east Inst
week and tho shipments are growinp
heavier every day.
Mrs. Harry Blood, wife of tho down
town assistant ynrdninstor, has re
turned homo from a several weeks'
absence, most of which time she spent
in Denver. ,
W. G. Tinnoy, division engineer and
IV K. Nowmyor, roadmnster, made n
motor trip over tho Third District
L. JL Johnson, forinorly district
storekeeper here, but now located at
Cheyonne. visited relatives 2iero
A new time card wont into offect
Sundny but asido from shorting tho
running time of somo of tho fast
trains, tlioro were no changes (n
Tho regular monthly 0. S. andD.
meeting was hold in the conductor's
room at the passenger depot, Tuesday
AVhatover elso you neglect, do not
neglect seeing tho greatest of all pic
tures, Male and Fomnle, at tho Crystal
tonight and tomorrow. Owing to tho
length of the picturo tho first show
will start at 7 o'clock.
Gasolino Lamps and Electric Lan
terns at W. R. Maloney Co.
Turn you back on good advice about
your eyes if yoit will tnd later rue
tho day. Tamper with them, if you
pleaso-r-thcy aro yours. You can got
along without, them, by the aid of a
boy or a dog and a string. Clinton &
Pathe Phonographs are going fast
at W. R. Maloney Co.
Mm, Walter Hazencainp and Mrs
R. L. Ford entertained Friday
at a Kensington, at tho home of Mrs,
Ford. The decorations were In keep
ing with tho Christmas season. Many
games and contests wore indulged in.
At the close of the afternoon dainty
refreshments woro sorved.
If you eyes could talk, what a story
of suffering, abuso and neglect they
could tell. In lieu of words, they cry,
and ache thus hint and warn will
you heed this warning? Clinton &
The election of officers of tho L. A.-
to the B. of R. T. was as follows:
President, Mrs. Mae Bailey; Vice
President. Mrs. Belle Murdoch: Sec
retary Anita Harris: Treasurer Grace
Lcmbu't; Comiutioress Mrs. InmanT
Warden, Mrs. Blanche Bailey; Inner
Oifiird. Mrs. Anna L,ouioyt uuior
Guard. Mrs. Gertrude Johnson.
FOR ONE BAY ONLY
3 At The O..',- nr u . i nr i 1
inesoay ana weanesaay.
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:r'tmB GORGEOUS STj
1 Uk AMAZINGLY F IBi
1 H Y&L
A Representative of one of New York's Largest Fur Manufacturers will be at our
store Thursday, December 9th, only and will have on display and sale one of the most
wonderful lines of Fur Coats, Wraps, Capes, Fur Sets, ScarCs, Muffs, Chockera, etc., ov
er ahown in North Platte. Any one interested in buying furs for themselves or
for Christmas Gifts will greatly benefit, to favor us with a visit on the Day of Sale to
inspect this Wonderful Line of Dependable Furs, and seo for yourselves the Great
Saving in' Price, From One-Fifth to One-Third OFF Regular Prices.
Every Garment or Fur Piece, regardlesstiie Low Prlcjjs is fully Guaranteed by us
and the Manufacturer. f -"tgt
With a small deposit we will lay away any Furs you mayselect, and we will glad
ly deliver (hem to you at your command, Remember This great Fur sale fs for
Thursday, December 9th Only
Ladies" Outfitting Store
North Platte Leading Exclusive Womens Store.
J. E. SKIIASTIAK GIVKS MIITHDAY
I'AJITY SUNDAY NIGHT.
Mrs. J. 13. Sebastian assisted by
Mrs. G. Ij- Stout and Mrs. J. L. Mar
Kan, gave a party to a numbor of
friends in honor of Mr. Sebastians
birthday. Sunday evening at their
home. Tho dinner included turkey and
venison from Wyoming. Those pros
ont woro G. L. Stout, J. L. Morgan,
II. 13. Mason, M. Ci Murphy, It. A.
Scott, ( A. Lau, R. G. IDutton, Win.
Smith and Mr. Sebastian.
Our Christmas Candies and Nuts
are in MeMichacl's Grocery.
CHANGi: OV MOW NO. 15.
To whom it may concern:
Tho special commissioner appointed
to locato a road as follows: Com
mencing on tho northllno of Section
F and G and thenco going south to
main road running north and south
about 100 rods between 5 and 0 on
section line, has reported in favor of
tho samo as follows:
Beginning at a point In tho center
lino of Soad No 105, about 70 feet
south oftho corner to Sees. 5 nnd 0,
T. 12, N. It. 28, W. of Gth P. M. on tho
3rd standard parallel north running
thenco south on lino botwoen said
sections 5 and 0 about 33 chains to
connect with Station 3 of Road 195,
provided however, that tho parties
owning tho land on both sides of this
chango grade tho rQad and 1111 the
nimnnnlR. nlnco tho necessary cnl-
vorts, free of chargo to Lincoln Coun-1
ty which thoy agreed to do, and pro
vided further that said parties build
oxtonsion of 20 feet to tho north of
present concrete brldgo near Station 3
of Road 195 to mako travel safo, nil
parties having objections thoreto of
claims for damages by tho establish
ment of said road must fllo samo in
tho office of tho County Clerk of Lin
coln County, North Platto, Nebraska,
on or beforo 12 o'clock noon of tho
10th day of February, 1921.
Dated at North Platto, Nobr . this
Gth day of Docombor, 1920.
A. S. ALLEN,
(SEAL) County Clork
No services woro hold at tho Pres
byterian Church Inst Sunday because
late Saturdny it dovolopcd that Dr.
Curry had a caso of small-pox. It
was too late to mako any announce
ment through tho papers. IIo la
getting along nicely.
SMITH-JOHNSON DRUG CO.
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AS THE WOMAN WHO RELINQUISHED
WITH A SHRUG THOSE THINGS IN LIFE
MOST WOMEN HOLD MOST DEAR FOR
WHAT? . . SHE WAS LATER TO LEARN.
In this, her latest and greatest picture, one sees
rsazimova at her magnijicent best.
, Adapted by NAZIMOVA
Directed by Ray C. Small-wood k Photographed by Rudolph Bergquist
Distributed Exclusively by
Also Mutt and Jeff and The Gumps.
Diamonds to ouit any and all occasions
Pearl Necklaces largest selection in city
Wrist Watches, large variety, $12.50 to $150
Watches, a happy thought Clocks, good selections
EverShorps; a good selection Fountain Pens, a pen -for everybody
Silverware, Sterling and Plated, always a good gilt
Cut glass, very popular this year. Ivory Goods, the ladies' delight
This is Xmas Headquarters in these Lines.
Keith Theatre Building
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