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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1921)
NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TIUBUNE
CnipfQ Mens Elegant Dress Shirts of Fine
kJUIIAlO Madras and Oxford Cloths, worth
"NSTfCiTWT? AD A wonderful assortment
f new spring Ties, good
ITAQTffPV Mens Holeproof Silk Hose in
all the wanted colors, $1.25
S RALSTON SHOES
Some wonderful values in Men' s snappy style
Shoes. All the popular lasts in Black and
Cordovan fc OC
Special Assortment of
Trousers are full lined made strong
where the wear is strongest.
SPECIAL fl7 OtZ
? PRICE $Oil
OTHER GRADES UP TO $16.50.
?2YS IRON CLAD HOSE
AND,; OTHER STANDARD MAKES
At This Store
The Prices Are Down
WHERE THEY SHOULD BE PRICES
YOU ARE WILLING TO PAY FOR"
Excellent Styles Good Fit Splendid All-Wool Quality
Expert Workmanship The Kind of Clothes that help a
man be as good looking as he ought to be, Easter. time or
any other time.
THE NEW LOW
North Plattes Foremost Clothiers
For Men and Young Men.
Heel and Toe
LOCAL A1) PERSONAL
Win. KUleu, of Wallace, was a city
Mrs. J. States left yesterday for Den
vcr to visit her son.
M. Seedy has accopted a position at
the Fink, harness shop.
Gage sailors for women and girls at
mock's Millinery Dept.
Mrs. J. C. Wilson left Wednesday for
a short visit in Agnew, Nebr.
Francis Nonis of Chcypnno is vis
it ing local friends this v:ck. .
Mrs. White, of Denver, Is assisting
at tho Newton beauty parlor.
Wo have hats priced from $4.95 to
$25.00. mock's Millinery Dept.
m iTnrrv Ttoose. of Wallace, vis
ited friends in tho city Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. Saunders of,
Horshoy visited in the city yesterday.
Mrs. E. B. Young left Wednesday for
Omaha and Iowa to visit Tor some j
Mrs..D. Crowe and dnughter return
ed to St. Paul after visiting Miss Min-
The Whittaker stock of hats is en-
tiroly new. The prices arc right. First I
..nvili iif dm Post Office. 1
A. J. Krause left yesterday for Oma
ha after visiting at the home of J. NII.
Krause for somo time.
Misc Lucille Lindonmeyor Is ex
pected today from Fairfield to visit
Miss Celesto Crawford.
A. J. Lightfoot of Dubuque, Iowa,
traveling agent for the Union Pacific
.,.na tn dm n.ltv vpstnrdav.
The tenth grade of tho Senior High j
School is haing a party this evening in
tho Franklin Audtiorium.
Mrs. F. J. Dlonor loft tho first of tho .
week for Callaway to visit her daugh
ter, Mrs. Frank Baldwin.
Chas. A. Callendar and daughter ,
and D. M. Callendar, of Staploton,
viKitf.il innal friends Wednesday. !
M'ss Ardls Slllasen will spend the
week end in I'axton visiting frionds.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Saumlors, of Her
shoy, visited in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. Miller and daughter of Omuli".
are visiting at tho It. V. Cox homo.
W. C. Kesterson, of Horshoy, trans
acted business in tho city Wednesday.
Clarenco Mooro returned to Omaha
Wednesday after visiting local friends
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hicks loft yos
terday for Shenandoah, Iowa, to visit
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Weir returned
yesterday from a short visit with
friends in Kearney.
Mrs. Harry Cramer will leavo this
ovening for Chappell to ho a Judgo at
a declamatory contest
Gordon. Lovo arrived homo Tuesday
evening from Omnha whero ho took
treatment lor his eyes.
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. V. Cox roturned
from an oxtendod visit in California
tho first of tho week.
Miss Holon Thompson camo from
Lincoln Wodnosday whero sho spent
a fow days with her parents.
Clme. Llston returnod to Dickons
Wednssday after rtansacting buslnoss
for sovoral days in tho city. .
y Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Groan roturned
to tholr homo in California yesterday
after visiting at the Andy Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker returned
Wednesday from a trip to Wallace
whero thoy visited friends.
Mrs. Harold Barks and baby of Lex
ington camo yesterday to visit at tho
home of Mrs. Walter Hazencamp.
Uugs dusted, cleaned or sized. Phono
1039W or G61W. Electric Rug and
C'nrpet Cleaning Co.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Evans came from
Kearney yesterday to attend tho Yeo
man social which was hold last even
ing. Miss Whittaker has priced her new
Euster hats at $0.50. See them before
you buy. First door north of tho Post
A shipment of new hats was received
tills week direct from Now York. In
spection is invited. Block's Millinery
Tho Wesleyan Gloo Club who enter
tained at the Franklin Auditorium
Wednesday evening, left yesterday for
Mrs. II. Lainson who has been tbc
guest of relatives In the city left yes
terday for her home in Orleans, Neb.
M.v Esther Robeson wi l leave till
.wiling for Paxton to i . -Mid tho wool
end as tho guest of Miss Mablo Crabb.
The Catholtfc Girls' Club will hold
an apron sale and exchango Eastor
Saturday in tho display window of the
Durbin Auto Co.
Win. Jeffers, manager of tho Union
Pacific railroad, passed through tho
el'y Wednesday enrouto from western
points to Omahn.
Mrs. Knox, in charge of Block's Mil
linery Dept., has just returned from
market whoro sho purchased a com
plete stock of hats.
L. C. MeGrnw roturned Wednes
day from Rochester. Minn., where Mrs
McGraw underwent an operation. Mrs.
McGraw is getting along nicely.
J. V. Romigh reports tho sale of
Dodgo touring cars to Frank P. But
ton, Chas. B. Evans and Roy Park
hurst and a Dodgo Roadster to Wm.
Lloyd, travollcr for tho Powell Sup
A small block building Is being e
reated at tho north east corner of
Locust and Fifth Street. This is to bo
used by n vulcanizing shop to bo open
ed In tho near futuro by Ferdinand
Miss Wilma Coatos, daughtor of Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Coates, will arrlvo
homo this ovening from Lincoln whero
sho attonds tho state univorslty, to
spend tho spring vacation with her
Mrs. J. A. Rodlno returned Wednes
day from Omaha whero sho accom
panied hor daughtor Miss Mablo who
undorwent an oporatlon oh hor arm,
nnd reports ,hor daughtor getting
Thoro will bo a big rally of the
local Scouts, paronts and tho general
pijblic nt tho Franklin Auditorium,
Monday, March 28 at eight o'clock.
Tho Scouts tliomsolvos will conduct
tho program which promises to bo
unlquo. Tho graduating class of tho
First Scout Offlcors' Training School
will roceivo thoir diplomas. Tho prin
cipal speaker will bo Scout Executive
Wm. BarrlbaJ, who will glvo an ad-
. dross on Scouting. Kvaryono is Invited
iml tho admission U fren
TJIK SCHAWL!-: FAMILY
(At every supper table in North
PlaUe, when tho dlfforont members of
tho family . gather for the evening
meal, tho affairs of tho day nro dls-1
cussed and each gives und takes as ho
needs or must. Tho Sqrapplo Family ;
is an ordinary North Platte family
composed of Pa Scrapple, (retired),
Mu Scrapple, Fanny (a stenographer).
Billy (a high school boy) nnd tho
baby, (ago eight.) i
(Ma) Pa, why were you out so Into
last night? I thought you woro going j
to tho Democratic convention. '
(Pa) I did go to tho convention. ,
d'aiuu) Oh, Pa, did Mr. Everett!
Evans got nominated? Thoy say ho
Is awful nice.
(Billy) Yes, Rubo got nominated. I
hoard somo of tho men down town
tolling about it and they said It was
somo walk-away. Tho only bird
(Ma) Pu, did they have many people
(Pa) Yes, it was a packed conven
tion. (Baby) Daddy, what is a 'packed
(Fanny) My boss says it is when
one side, rushes In all of its voters in
order to win. IIo said yosterday after
noon that ho bet it would bo packed.
(Ma) Pa, why did they hold it in
such a smnll room?
(Pa)- Well, you seo Ma, wo did not
tUink that v ' ,
- (Billy) Yes, Dad, I board Tom
Healcy say that there would he only
a fow there as they novor have many
nt a city convention. IIo said
(Pa) I know son but you must re
nionibor that we havo been cheated
out of our rights by theso reformers.
Glvo mo tho good old days when ono
could do something in politics without
having tho whole World know about
it. Then wo had conventions and nom
inated our candidates for city offices
without being bothered with so many
people hanging round. And those days
nro coming hack.
(Fanny) Did thoy come back last
(Billj) I'll say so. nit. Why sis, thoy
had the darndost crowd up thoro and
if ypu had scon tho difforont follows
nodding tholr heads at each other and
making curious signs with tholr oyes
and noses you would havo thought
thoy woro a bunch of vamps. Carl
and I looked In on our road homo. Wo
(Pa) Billy, you don't understand
politics tho way sho Is worked. You
had better keep away from such places
(Ma) Was Mrs. Blank thoro, Pa?
(Pa) No, thoro woro no womon there
City politics don't Intorost womon.
That's why wo call it Domocratic. Tho
(Ma) Is Mr. Evans a Domocrat?
(Fanny) No, Ma, ho Is a strong Re
publican. I hoard my boss say yester
day that ho hot tho Domocrats would
n't stand for a Republican on tho Dom
ocratic tlckot. Pa, who was considorod
for Mayor at your convention hesidos
(Pa) No one olso was named for
Mayor. But Ora Ehlor was nominated
for City Clork.
(Ma) Is ho a Democrat. Pa?
(Billy) Not much, Ma. T heard Sam
Pdiidor m,v ho t, si Republican
! (Funny) Well of all things, Pa. You
went to a Democratic Convention und
nominated two Republicans..
(Pn) Ma, is thero any dessort?
Noto tho Spiral Stop on Brunswick
Records. Walkor Music Co. v
Tho Kiwanls Club voted $25 toward
pictures for the schools.
$200 was realized at tho Art Exhibit
which was held last week in tho
Franklin auditorium. With this money
pictures for the schools will bo obtained.
Mr. and Mrs, Edward Olson roturu
ud Wednesday from thor wedding trip
to tho eastern ipart of tho state and
aro at homo at tho Blrdwood ranch.
Tako adva.ntngo of tho novol salo
on records at Dixon's Music "Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Patterson ar
rived homo from Rochester Minn.,
this morning whero thoy havo been for
After you ear "Oh Promise Mo" tho
"Robin Hood" hit, drop In and hear
It on tho Brunswick record No. 5020.
Walker Music Co.
On April 11, 1921, nt 7:30 P. 5Vl
thoro will bo a big mooting of all
Yeomen of Lincoln County, Nobrnska.
at tho K. C. Holl, in North Platte.
Thoro will bo a big Initiation with
third degreo conferred. Horshoy und
Suthorlnnd havo been invited to bring
tholr candidates to bo inltiatod. Dole-
gates to tho Stnto Conclave at Norfolk
rrom tho Western Part of tho State
nnd from points as far cast as Grand
iBland will ho hero. Everybody tirrn
out and show tho visitors a good tlmo.
2 Nights Starting
Monday, Mar. 28
RALPH DUNBAR tw.
REGINALD DE KOVEN'S COMIC
(BETTY (BAXTER u
i minium i iiiiiiiiiiniwiiaimiiniinn ill X
Prices1 Lower Floor $2.00.
Special Symphony Orchestra
Special Cast of Characters
IOBERT OF HUNTINGTON (Robin Hood) Albert Parr
Flayed thli role with die original Dmtonlana on their list Continental Tour.
Leading tenor In Orand Opera production! of 1 Icnty W. Savage.
iHERIFP OF NOTTINGHAM Tom Burton
Late of Prlnccii Opera Company, London, and Alice Nlclien Opera Company.
5IR GUY OF GISBORNE Gcergc Olson
Comedian of Chattel Frohman Production!.
LITTLE JOHN Harry Longstrcct
I'outtli scaion Original Dunbar Opeta Company.
WILL SCARLETT William Dcgen
Fourth aeaion Original Dunbar Opera Company,
RIAR TUCK William White
Late comedian Arthur Hammenteln'a "Mayor ofTotlo," "Sometime,"
"High Jlnki," etc.
ALAN-A-DALE Betty Baxter
Late Contralto, Ralph Dunbar'a "Salon Singers."
MAID MARIAN Elsa Thlcdc
From recent New Yotk Operatic Hevlvala.
DAME DURDEN (a widowed innkeeper) Madeline Hartforc
ANABELLE (Dame Durdcn's daughter) Mnry Baker
Sold It rf, Archcri, Outlaws, Vltlagen, etc.
CONDUCTOR-Chas. Hazelrlgg "
Scenery and effect! by Sotman &. Landli. Coitumei by llaecle.
Balcony $1.50 and $1.00.
Sent Sale Now Open in Theatre Box Office.
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