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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1920)
NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TMfeUNE
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s Till Xmas
the Wonderful Thin
Buy for Christmas Gifts in this Store at
I I Sli See
prices way below your anticipation
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all ft Cheney Silk.
Holeproof and Victor made hose
sizes ami uuiors 0 , f;
35c to $2 w
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SPECIAL SALE HANDKERCHIEFS
s . Are ideal gitts, we have them in pure linens, silks
oa Df- i. n: i. and p,ain ini,iab i5c to $1.00
L) i cl mill mSMMIH
Men's Suits, Overcoats,
TIES 8 SHIRTS
Knits in all the newest Silk, Grepc and Madras shirts in all pat-
50c to $2.50 1 lcr"s $1.50 to $12.50
BED ROOM SLIPPERS
Mufflers, Scarfs, Gloves, Pajamas, Underwear
and Hats and Caps at all .Prices
DRY GOODS . WOMEN'S READY TO WEAR CLOTHING SHOES
ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY J. E. NELSON, MANAGER
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LOCAL ANI) 1'EItSONAL
Mrs, V- KIdwell, of Sterling, is
visiting local friends.
Ladies , suits half prico at Wilcox
Master John Hawley underwent a
minor operation Sunday at a local
Doctor Lucas was called to Well
, fleet yesterday on professional bus
iness Tlio Spanish "War Veterans Auxil
liary will meet Wednesday afternoon
at three o'clock
Next week wo have Xmas. Have you
your gifts ready? Dixon the Jeweler
will help you if not.
Ralph B. Henderson left for Chica
go Saturday night to be gone for ten
days or more.
$25.00 worth of records free with
Patlio Phonograph. Offer soon expires.
V, R. Maloney Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pratt left this
morning for Omaha where, they will
spend the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Holmer Peterson re
turned Saturday from Scottsblulf
whero they spent the week,
Dixon's Music Shop.
Libby Cut Glass for Xmas. Dixon the
The Bienvenuo Cfub will meet at
the home of Mrs. George Mang, G23
Kast Sixth Street, Friday afternoon.
Dp not forget the Homo Talent
Picture ut the Sun today and tomorrow.
Morris 13reen. o this city, is report
ed to be seriously 111.
I John Tigho is reported to be s6r-
l.iously ill at his home. '
3C inch percales $.55 valuo now $.25.
A. T-, Johnson Dept. Store. i
Mrs. McConnel, who has beon ser-
'iously ill, is reported to bo improving.
: Dr. Wurtelle, offlco phono 27 Night
I Mrs. Arthur DoWolf, of Brady,
transacted business in this city the'
first part of the week.
Wo urge, you to come and visit our
new stores. Dixon the Jeweler
Our merchandise is arranged in
such a way that it makes Xmas
'shopping easy, E. T. Tramp & Sons.
Do not forget llio Home Talent
Picture nt The SUX today and (onior
row. Mrs. Allan Smith resigned her pos
ition nt the Austin Jewelry Store recently.
Mrs. William Ilaist returned to her
home in Horshey after spending a few
days in this city.
Miss Bessie Smith, who has been in
Omaha for several days past returned
i Mrs. J. T, Smith, who has been
spending tho last few days in Omaha
returned homo the latter part of the
Cheney Neckties, a full assortment
of patterns for Christmas- your men
folks will nppeciato the quality of
them. Ask to see them at Wilcox De
and you give her a life time reminder
of your thoughtfulness.
North Platte Light & Power Co.
Mrs. M. A. Green left yesterday
for Salt Lake whero he will visit.
Dr. Wurtelle, offlco phono 27 Night
phono 25. '
J, Smith arrived homo Sunday from
Los Angeles whero ho had been for
several weeks past.
Percales $.45 &$.35 values now $.18.
A T. Johnson Dept. Store.
Miss Ruth llogsctt has accepted a
position in tho Austin Jewelry Store.!
during the holidays. j
Nifty Blouses makes a dainty and i
serviceable Christmas gift. E,-T
Tramp &, Sons.
.Mrs. J. O, Raynor and children left
Monday for Salt Lake City whero
they will visit for some time.
Do not forgot tho Homo Talent
Picture at the Sun today and to
morrow. C' W. Stamp told us yesterday hi
reached North Platte llfty-thveo years
ago, last Saturday. Ho is now em
ployol In tho bakery business.
MrSi Wilfred Stewart returned yes
terday to her homo in Lexington, nftor
being called hero by tho serious ill
ness of her father John TIghe.
Make It a Jewelry Xmas. It lasts
Dixon tho Jowolor.
Mrs. Willlnm Holconib and daugh
ter Ethel returned to their homo In
Paxton yesterday after' spending a
few dayn in this city
i on havo friendH that aro hard to
buy Xmas gifts for. Lot us make it
easy for you. Dixon tho Jeweler, tho
store of a thousand ideas.
Thomas Hcaloy ind son Darrell, of
this city, left Saturday evening for
Denver where tlioy wero called by tho
serious illness of Luko Hcaloy.
Records for any member of your
familiar clrclo of friends may bo ob
tained from a large assortment at
DIxons Music Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. Cooley left yes
torday for Sidney whore they will
transact business for the remainder
Petticoats mako deslrablo presents
ou will find tho largest assort
ment in town at Wilcox Department
I). K. Nowmoyor, Roadmastor on
the Third District of tho Union Paci
fic, acepmpnnied by his wife, left
Sunday ovonlng for a ton dny's visit
at Houston, Texa.
Tho stores are crowded with Xmas.
shoppers. Xmas. Is next week Today
plan on coming down to DIxons and
havo this task off your hands. Wo
havo suggestions to mako for all
young and old.
'Dixon Optical Co. Sight Spccallsts.
Thirty-eight applications for mem
bership reeolved offlclnl action at tho
meoting of tho B. P. 0. Elks last
overling. These candldalos will bo
Initiated Decombor 27th
What would mako a more useful
gift than a wool blanket, now being
sold at a 20 discount OFF tho ori
ginal snlo prlco which moans our loss
iipiI vour gain. K. T. Tramp & Sons.
Miss Idr. Wondburg and Mrs. M.
Westphnl ontortalnod tho lattur part
of tho week at a mlscollanoous shower
In honor of Miss Ruby Ralolgh. who Is
to ho marrlod to Charles Perkins in
li- tic"- fi'luro.
Got hor ii-Torrlngton Eloetjio Vac
uum clonnor. Make your rug new. W
R. Moloney Co.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS.
Cordova leather for Xmas. Dixon.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Clabaugh who
havo been visiting at tho homo of tho
formors parents left Saturday morn
ing for Grand Island where thoy will
lako charge of tho News Stand. Thoy
..one1 formerly employed nt Green
Gloves, hosiery, handkerchiefs,
neckwear, caps, scarfs, sweaters,
blouses, skirts, drosses, coats and
suits all mako acceptable Christmas
girt. 12. T Tramp Sons.
Fayo Smith ontertanod Friday af
ternoon at tho Union Pacific dining
room in honor of iier sixth birthday.
Sho entertained eight little friends
with Karnes and contests during tho
afternoon. At tho closo of tho after
noon the little folks enjoyed dninty
refreshments 'nt a tablo prettily dec
orated in pink and white.
Sho will bo dolightol with "A Rose
In tho Bud" when it comes ut Chrfst
in as time. Send it from Dixon's Music
I low nhmit n niuv lrmvii fnr Hut lwil.
idays? Ours aro now being sold nt
real discount prices is. I . Tramp .
Paul Bukor and Miss Gladys White,
both of thlB city, woro united in mar
riage Saturday afternoon, Mr. Bakor
is employed in tho car departmont of
tho Union Pacific. Tho young couplo
will mako North Platto their homo.
A special display of ladles handker
chiefs. E. T Tramp & Sons.
Our store is full of Xnui sugges
tions and everything on solo. E. T.
Tramp & Sons
Misses Era Mason and Eleanor
Roberts entertained tho lntter pnrt of
tho week at a miscellaneous sliowor
In honor of Mrs. Harold Applogato at
the J E. Mason homo. Tho evening
was spent in hemming towels, At
tho closo of tllo ovonlng tho hostesses
served dainty refreshments.
Do not forgot tho Homo Talent
Ploturo nt tho Sun today and to
morrow. Tho Te-llo-lla Campllro mot last
Friday at tho homo of Mrs. Glenn
Scott, tho guardian. Joannotto Law
ronco wns elected to membership.
The entertainment consisted in sewing
I rags, popping corn and eating apples,
On Dec. 23d tho girls will havo a
Christmas party and names wore
drawn for presents to he exchanged at
W. A Sklnnor roturned Friday
evening from an auto trip to Man
kato, Kansas. Ho left horo the first
of the week to tako his father homo
and mndo tho trip safely but had
considerable difficulty with muddy
Tho Jefferson School Paroht-Tuach-or
Association will moot at tho 'Jef
ferson School building on Wednesday
nftoriiuon at threo o'clock, A good
program has boon prepared.
Tho Woman's Missionary Saqlwty
of tho Presbyterian' Church w.111 moot
In tho church parlors on Friday after
noon. It will be entertained by Mo
dnmes W V. Hoagland and Fred
Perrott. , , (,V
Dutch Silver for Xmas. Dixon, ';Mvo
The North PJatto Local No. GO A
merican Federation of Musicians held
Its nhnual mooting at tho Labor Tein
plo Suiulny aftornoon and elocted'rtf
fleers jib follows; President 'Victor
Beck: Vice-President II, .L. Jacobson
Secretary-Treasurer Edw. Wleoks;
Directors Chas. J. Kllllan and Earl
Stamp; Sargeant-at-Arnis Jns. Havt;
Dologatos to Central Labor Union It.
L. Jacobson, J F. Fllllon nijil Leo
Friday, December 17th
Albrecht end Sons special representative will be at our Store
with a full line of high grade furs of all kinds, Coats, Capes,
Scarfs, etc. We carry a large line of medium grade pieces in
stock and with the line he will show here for this one day
we will have a larger selection than you can find in the aver
age city. Quality Furs are one of the gifts most appreciated
by any woman. Come and look them over, you will not be
urged to buy if you do not wish to.
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