The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, December 14, 1920, Image 10

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    NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
1 SAMUELSON'S 1
Without regard to cost every article in this store has been reduced to
A NEW LOW PRICE LEVEL.
Pajamas and Night Gowns
20 Per Cent Off.
Ladies' Pure Silk Hose
S3. 50 values $2.45 $2.00 values $1.35
Bath Robes '
20 Per Cent Discount.
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Wardrobe Trunks Union FuitS Men's Sweater Coats
$32.50 to $55.00 Boys $1.00 Men's $1.45 to $6.00 One-Fourth to One-Half Off
IT limn timt lllll II 1 MW I lllllftl MilMl I ill 1 1 nil
TT v guits XMAS SLIPPERS FLANNEL SHIRTS MEN'S & BOYS' SHOES PURE LINEN HDKS-
OOyb OUll& ? 6Q tQ $2 4Q 25 pER CBNT DIscount $2 50 tQ $10 0Q SIXTY CENTS
Double seat, knees and elbows
$25 Suits and Overcoats $14.45 Beautiful Xmas Mufflers Silk Hosiery 80 Cents Leather Suit Cases and Bags
$20 Suits and Overooats 12.45
$16.50 Suits andOAercoats 9.45 4i) reV Lent UlSCOUnt Lisle Hose 40 to 60 Cents Jrer Lent DlSCOUnt
Mens Suits and Overcoats
SOCIETY ISltANV, CUItlEE
.I. c.,.lnu .. kirKiiiiimiUiir. it'll slITI'I'U t- HVI.'lll'ftA'rS4'lj;il
fiO SUITS & OVKKCOATS . SLITS & OVERCOATS $10.50
Headlight and Crown Overalls
Carpenters d CI Cl
Heavy Blue ipJUSJO
Men's Shirts
Silk Madras and Linen, Beautiful Patterns
One-Third Off. A Real Bargain
P: Every article in tfie entire stock is a bargain worthy of your special attention. You will get full value for your dollar here
Harry Samuelson .
NORTH PLATTE,
NEBRASKA.
OUTFITTER TO
GOOD DRESSERS.
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LOCAL AND TEItSONAI
Kntlmrlno Crab of Paxton, camo
Saturday to visit lior slstor Miss
Mabol Crab.
Twonty-four bars laundry soap for
U at McMlcbaol'B Grocery.
Helen McCormlck. ofj Paxton,' is
visiting nt tbo homo of Miss Gcno
Sollnrs.
Virgil Lewis Is oft duty at the
Leader Mercantile Co, on account of
Illness.
Miss 'Smith of Kearney Is visiting at
tlio homo of her sister Mrs, William
Strauss, o
To. whom aro your going to sell your
Hay and Grain? The Harrington Mor
cantllo Co. will offer tho highest
prices. Cltt
llrtf, II. I. HlocH. who has been In
u local hospital for. Homo time was
able lq bo taken homo Friday.
Dr. Morrill. Uoutlst, office over
Wilcox Dopartmont Storo.
Ted Boguo loft Friday evening for
Omnba whoro bo will visit Tor some
tlmo.
AT..,, I.nolnr VnwilHMl llllS IlCCOntcd
t)ii n. jvMfcvi. . . ...
a position In tho Leader Mercantile
Cd. storo.
m.. niwi Ai, w. C. Smith and
chlldron loft Saturday morning for
Grand Island to bo gone a tow days.
Mi. nii.i Mm. I'hUlln Plzer. of Le-
wellon, who havo boon visiting at tho
Julius Plzer homo loft tho lattor part
of tho week for their home.
Mrs. Harbor of Staploton was taken
to Rochoater, Minn, to undergo an
nnnrntloii Sbo is a sister to Mrs. .f.
Thompson of thin city.
Storm windows on your homo will
maUo a big saving In your coal bill,
and properly cared for will last many
winters. Wo furnish a man to nicas
uro and hnng them. Placo your order
now and havo storm windows on your
homo before cold weather sets In. Wal
temalh Lumber & Coal Co, Phono 20
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wnn: of taking itp estraa
Taken up by tho undersigned on hi
promises eight miles southeast ol
North Platto, Lincoln County, Nebr,
on or about November 20, 1920, one
black maro with a small star, weight
about lino, about ten years old. Dated
this 4th day of Decombor, 1920.
THEODOUH SAMUELSON
It.
I A Russian Legend
2IM0-
Mutual Building & Loan Association
of North Platte.
INCORPORATED IN 1887.
.
Resources $1,370,427.14.
SAFETY FIRST.
Investors in this association get tho benefits of tho
following requirements of tho laws of Nebraska under
which It is operating:
First. The "association is required to invest only in
first mortgages on real estate or the stock of this associa
tion. Second. Such Investments aro non-nogotlablo and
non-assignablo, 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 the State Banking Board.
' IIow well tho Interests of tho investors In, this as
sociation have been safeguarded is ovldencod by the fact
piat in tho more than thirty three years of its operation
not.onc dollar has been lost.
T. ( PATTEKSON, MiSSHS V. SALISHMIY,
President. Sccrotnry.
THK mill) OF PAKADISE.
Tho times would be sadly amiss if
a dramatic season went by without
tho appearance of "Tho Bird of Par
adise" In North Platte. This play
by Richard Walter Tully, now In Its
tenth season comes to tho Keith, Sat
urday, December 18th. This spectac
ular production of life in tho Hawaii
an Islands is ono of the stage's most
popular offerings, with no signs of
waning interest from the paying
theatregoers.
Florenco Rockwell, will again as
sume the role ofthe Hawaiian prin
cess Lunna and others in the cast in
clude tho sweet voiced Hawaiian
singers, who bolp to make this play
one of the most interesting stage
novelties of tho current season
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SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
North Platto Floral Co. Flowers.
W. Twelfth Street Phono 1023
We deliver' and ship anywhere
XOTICE OF PETITION.
Estato No., 1791 of Henry Wightman
deceased in tho County Court of Lin
coln County, Nebraska.
Tho" State Of NelirnnVn Tn nil
son interested in said Estate take
nouco tnat a petition lias been filed
for tho Probato of tho Estato of
Henry Wightman whom it is alleged
is dead ho having been missing from
his homo for morn tlm 11 ROVmi vnnra
nnd tho annnlntnmnt nf troi,.
Wigh'tman as Administrator of sa(i
uscaio. wmcn has been set for hear
ing herein on January 4th, 1921 at
9 o'clock A. M,
Dated December 11th. 1920.
Wm. H. C. WOODHURST,
D14-3wks County Judge.
NOTICE
1 havo opened a branch ort'ice . t
the Metropolitan nillard Parlors for
Taxi Service and Heavy Hauling.
C. II. BLOOMBERG.
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Have You Tried
"WIS QO TO WORSHIP THE ICING," THEY BAID,
Babouihka stood in her doorway
When the Three Wiie Men paised by,
"We bo to worship the King," they said,
"We have seen His Star in the sky.
"Wilt thou come with us, Babouihka,
Or ever the Star be set?"
"I will come and seek the new-born King,
But ah, My lords 1 Not yet
"I must set my housa in order,
And .1 must spin and sew,"
The Star had set ore she made an end,
And the winds began to biow.
And evermore Babouihka
Goes seeking through tho -wild
The Three Wise Men, the shining Star
Her King, the new-born Child."
But on the eve of Christmas,
When there are none to see,
She iconics' with gifts in either hand, "
To deck the Christmas Tree.
She conies where sleeping children
'Lie dreaming of the morn, '
To see if once again on earth
- The' Christ-child hnth been born.
Marion L. Adams.
FLOUR
No Other Like It
Gamble
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with
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FOUR STORES