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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1921)
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.LOCAL IN!) VKKSONAI,
J. b. NTelsou wont to Muywood to
nttond tlio Fair yesterday.
Miss Lena Sonsol wont to Mnywood
Tuesday to nttond tho Pair.
D. II. Unwson of Onrnha transacted
business in tho city yesterday.
Mrs. Henry Bobout of Suthorlnnd
vlsl'od local friends Wednesday.
6. Cranor of Moborly, Mo. is a
, guosl at tho W. II. Slesal homo.
Miss Carrie Slvlts is able to be about
fljialn nfter a eovoro attack of quinsy.
Airs. M: Graham and son Ralph left
yesterday for Albian, Nobr. to visit.
. Mr. nud Mrs. B. 1). Sweoney left
Wednesday for eastern points to visit
Hbrton Munger and John Don loft
yosftordtiy for Three Milo Lake to
Mrs. Wra. Campbell underwent an
operation at tho Genoral Hospital yes
terday. Miss Boulah Illxon has resumed
duties nt tho Derryborry and Forbes
1 Frank McGdvern returned today
from Omaha whore ho transacted busi
ness. I Beauty and utility are combined in
.Fitform Glrdloloros. Seo'tho now iriod
Is at the Stylo Shop.
. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Seeberger are ex-
?'ected to return today form Slgouney,
owa whore they spent several weoW
Mr. and Mrs. Jrtmes "VVcoks of Grand
Island nro guests at tho Edw. Wooks
Mrs Glen Illtnor spent yesterday in
Horshoy as tho guest of Mrs. Vorno
Fayo Davis of Horshoy attended tho
Amorlcan Legion barberctio Tuesday
Try ono of those beautifying roat-
lul massages at tho Marinollo Beau
ty Tarlor, Tho Stylo Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lnndgraf moved
to tho Itnnnlo homo at 221 East 2nd.
Albrocht furs, tho kind you can le
pond on and bo proud of, on display at
Wilcox Dopartmot Store.
Mrs. James Guyman returned Tues
day from Schuyler whore sho visited
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. MoMichalo o
Wollfloot visited their daughter In tho
Among tho Horshey visitors Wed
nesday wero Mrs. John Murray nnd
Mrs. Edw. Loypold. y
Mrs. Harry Lowoll has accepted u
position at tho Austin Jowclry
rtorc during tho auction.
Now Is tho timo to buy Munslng
undorwear ior ttftj whole family nt
Wilcox Department Store.
Hove you got your pears yet? If
not tomorrow is tho last day at $2.90
a bushol. McMIchcal Grocery. Phono
Special Showing of High Class
at Prices Attractive to AIL
One Week Only Beginning
Saturday, October 1st
The Style Shop
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Mrs. Catherine Pcrrct 'returned tho
llrst of tho week from Marysvlllo, Mo.
where sho visited relatives.
Among tho Grant visitors Wednes
day wero Mrs. J. C. Bailor, Mrs. H.
L. Stahr and Mrs. Chas Sexon.
Miss Helen Jotor returned to Chl
cago yesterday after visiting nt tho
home of Mlis Jnnet McDonald.
It. T. Armstrong returned to his
homo In Fort Scott Kansas, Wedncs
day after visiting W. R. Powell.
Mrs. Sv?n Laws mi returned to h tr
homo in Gothonbiird yesterday after
transacting business lr. tho city
Miss Until Stroltz returned to Chi
cago Wednesday after visiting hor
paronts Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F. Strotu
Mrs. G rover Crane pt Oshkosh trans
acted business In tho city this week.
Sho was a guest at tho E. R. Plummbr
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. B. Moycr returned
to their homo in Fremont yesterday
after visiting nt tho Li. F. Cnu'ffmnn
Hugs dusted, elenned or slzc-i.
Phouos 1039W or GfitW.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Weeks return
ed to their homo in Los Angoles Wed
nesday nfter .Visiting nt tho Edw.
John McQueen returned to'"'hla
homo In Horshoy Wednesday after 'tin
dorgolng an oporalfon at tho Platlto
A baby boy was born yesterday
to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jensen at
their home near tho city. All con
corned nro doing nicely..
Dr. I. A. Miller, foot expert, will
he at the J. C. Pcny Co. Moro on Oct,
1st. and 3rd. Bring four foot tronblo3.
Mrs. Clara Newton and daughter
Mrs. James E. Smith of Brighton,
' Dole, una Miss Ethel Sulto attended
the Fair at Maywood yesterday,
B. J. Loan returned to his homo in
San. Antonio,, Texas Wednesday after
visiting at tho Jiomo of his wlfo's par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hubbard.
Mrs. Llbby Murrln a'nd son Law
rence are expected to arrivo today
Wont an operation, for appondicitus:, Dki
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Pat Lonergan and Mr.
, .Giljers of Boulder, Colo;, aro guests
' of friends and relatives in tho. city.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonergan wero forme
Marinollo violet ray scalp treat
ments cure dandruff and ,promoto
"tho growth of hair. Theso treatments
may bo had in tho Marinollo pnrlor
at tho Stylo-Shop.
Miss Clarn Orton entertained thu
Nlcaflgeo Campflro nt hor homo Wed
nesday evening. After a pleasant ev
onlng refrcshmots wero served.
Mrs. J. C. Cornwoll antertalncd
Saturday at a.blrthday party In lion
oi of hOr daughtor, Gladys, who Is
1C yoars old. Many prottj - gifts
wero received by Miss Gladys.- Tho
cntortnlnmont consisted of
Wyinan -Vlth tigdld lined, silver
sugar ft nil creamer mill a sllvor
top glaBB salt and poppor set. Mrs.
M. H'. Mlschko ass,lslqd In mrvlng.
Tho. guests loft at a latQ hour wish-
games lug tho Wymaiia ninny- mora hnpp.r
followed by dollclous refreshments. ' nnnlvorsarlos.
Mrs. E. N. Oglor ontortalncd a fow
friends "Wednesday evening nt cards
Following n pleasant evening dalntv
rcfroshmonts wero aorved. Covers
wero laid for twolvo guosts.
Mrs. J. K. Ottcnstoln was hostess
at a kcnslngton at her homo Wednes
day afternoon. A delightful afternoon
was spent in sowing and conversation.
At tho closo ot tho afternoon n t
llghtful two course luchcon was sorv
cd. Covers wero laid for thirty guosl
Tho Young People's Association of
1 tho Episcopal church held a business
mootlg Wednesday evening folio we I
by n dancing pnrty. Dainty rofrosb
mots wero sorved nt tho closo of the
meeting by tho entortninmcnt com
mittee. Tho committco wns as follows:
Misses Marguorlto Campbell, Mil
dred Cresslor, Evelyn Wilcox nnl
OMAHA MAX .MIOT DEATH NKAlt
V H 1 1 M'LK ET V ESTJ-ntDA
WHEN OAK OVHHTtmXS .
Albert Schnitzoll of Omaha was
killed yesterday flvo mllos north Jf
Wolfluet whon the car In which ho
was riding turned turtle. Mr Sch
nltzoll Is omployod as suporlntond
ant of tho salesmen for Arbucklo's
, CofToo and waa riding . at tho time
.With the salesman for tho local terri
tory who- was Hrlvlng. Tho mon
wore aparently coming down tho hill
nt a protty good rato and through
tho crooked road near tho approach
to tho brldgo lost control of the car.
Tho car turned over and- pinned Mr.
Schnltzoll boncath, breaking his neck
Mr. Young escaped without Injury.
Northwestern Boll Tolephono Assoc- pronounced vory delicious. Tho on Tho remains wore Immediately taken
latlon nt hor homo Wodnesdny ovon-1 tortninment fenturo of tho evening to Omaha whero interment will bo
Ing. An enjoynglo evening was spent WKS c''s nt wl11011 MuawCormr.QU mnde,
In games, music and cards. A two won first prizo, and Mrs, .Asa Snydbi'
courso lunch was served to about scconu. UBcar faanuau on uouau or
thirty guesta. ' '10 guests presontod Mr. and Mrs.
Last oveutng twonty-alx nolghbors
and friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. Russoll
I Wymnn gat bored at tho homo of Mrs
Asa Snydor and proceeded In a body
to tho Wymnn homo whore thoy
J gave thorn n surprise. Mrs. Roy
Miss Ruth Davidson ontortalncd Sinnnln who Issued the Invitations
tho members and friends of tho served tho rcfroshmonts which wore
School suits for tho boys all sizes,
at tho lowest prlcos at Plzor's Store.
Ipecial Showing of Ladies Coats
The Styles Are Good. The Prices Right.
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I must have the money. My creditor s-av the must have fhe money and I am oing to gel it for them if a sacrifice on my
part will do it; A Jewelry Auction is not a money making proposition but a 1 sing one, and I am going to make still anolher sacri
fice. I am not going out of business, Norlh Platte is. my home town in the lulure, but angulation is the, only way to raise money
quickly in the jewelry business.
THIS IS THE CAUSE OF TrfIS SACRIFICE AND NO OTHER REASON
- Sale Consists o?
Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry, Silver
ware, Cut Glass, Leather Goods, Nov
elties, Fountain Pens, Pencils and
other articles too numerous to
We give the first 25 Ladies at our
A drawing will be held each evening
and chairs will be furnished ladies.
YOU MAY SELECT ANY ARTICLE
AND HAVE IT OFFERED FOR SALE.
The Entire Stock Is Offered In This Saie
I will hold myself Personally responsible fer the quality of every article being just as represented
by the salesman. Nr. Seigel is a practical jeweler as well as salosman ond will not misrepresent the goods
Sale Opened Thursday, September 29, at 2:30 p. m.
And continues daily afternoon and evening at the hours of 2:30 and 7;30 p. m.
Sale Conducted by the Most Famous Auctioneers in America, Briggs, Reid and Seigel.
COME EARLY AND
YOU'LL ENJOY IT
AUSTIN, The J ewe
Keith Theatre Bldg
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