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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1922)
TJ1I3 NORTH PLATTE) SK3MI-WKI3KLY TRIBUNI3
I REAL MONEY. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE!
! ljoy a splendid evening as well as making it a
the rules carefully and play the game fair.
no Is used for each purchase. You con use ns many of tho nils in this
ilifferoiuo whether they nro capitals or not.
your oceupntiuii, and how long you hhvo lived in or notir North Platte,
nn where you wish to make your purcluta try taking another one of
greater your chances nro towin. Pin the uul on the sheet of papor so
s ml the business firm have very likely oltorcd you a cash discount
r tUt misspelled word that may bo lurking) in the ad someplace. Tho
coiRlon is Unit no member of the business firm advertising may use
tho number of times their name may appear in tholr ad.
n to 'the ciish discount you receive ?150.oo IN CASH PRISES I1E0.00
ther pago of tho Tribune -of the Mrst grand prlzo $100.00
to fill out so that you may mako Seond prize 25.00
k as you find them, Just follow Third prize - 15.00
nn extra copy of tho Tribune of ,,,,, ,.i in n
ribuno, if at any time you desire l'0lirth ,rlzo : 10-00
tscrlbor to enter this contest. Total 150.00
Appreciate Smart Styles
If it is bought, at Blocks it is of tho latest stylo.
Wo are offering this week a apocinl inducement, nn
unheard of discount;
For every purchase you make In our store unj.il Nov.
2S, wo will give you a discount of 50 pur cent on like a
mOunt on your next purchase.
Ladict Outfitlina'- Store
Each year new things are needed! Table linens for the
big dinner, new draperies for the house, personal wear and
perhaps your guests will remain over night and new bed linens
are required. Our stocks await you and
Quality Considered Om Prices Are Lowest
of Now Merchandise? ' -
Think of tho eagerness with which producers of reliablo merchan
dise sought this order! Think of the price, concessions they willingly
made ! Think of the savings you will enjoy from this gigantic purchase I
It was recently made'.for our 371 department Stores and this Storo
will have its'fuli't'tiotal Our purchasing power saves you money 1
Highest Cash Price Paid
Poultry and Eggs
Your patronage aprcciated
We qxpect your chickens,
Stensvad Poultry Co.
acini-Mtecfely Sribunc iflgJyJgS flf Jf
WILSON TOUT. Editor n. 1'nlilUliisr
Cntcrod at tho North I'Uito, Nol.rankA
I'ostofflco fiH Second ( ih AUttttti
Year, la ndvnnco... ..11.60
Tl'KSUAY NOVHMItKH 21, 1022
WHAT IS UKLXJ BOND HI THE
lUKl'KllKXT liODOES AND
. Isnlah snhl "Thou wlH koop Iilm 1 ' Clubwlll meat Villi Mrs. M. Henry
In perfect nonco whoso inlnd'is slay- j Gllfoyl Wednesday nftornoon.
ed on Thoo because he trustoth in
Thee."-- Isaiah 2C:3. ROVAL NEIGHBORS
Will moot In tho K. P. Ilnll to-
Henry Ward IJeecher mild "For , ,norrow ovonlng.
tho sake of lt Ideas ba truo to your ' ;
North Plattp nowspapors woro orlt-
lcized this wook bocauso they do notir
publish enough building news. Wo!rnuilSDAY
wonder It tho man who snhl that
will get his oyes full In this issue.
Tho criticism Is woll taken howovor
but tho fault Is not with tho papors.
Those who nro planning building
operations usually keep it a'secrot
Will hold n meeting to-morrow nft-
ornoon at tho IC. C. Hall at 3 o'clock.
Thoro will bo a regular mooting ot
Signet Chupter No. 55 O. E. S. at
7:30 p. in.
Girls club will bo ontortniudd Tues
day ovonlng at tho homo of Mrs.
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ua .UIlti ua j.uaa.mu uuu Uim .. u.u Morschola 101C Wost 12 B(rcet
newspapers not to print It In some
cases, probably thinking that publi-' MODERN WOODMAN
A ful lino of oriental goods of beau
tiful design and workmanship. Why
don't you shop early and caso your
Hotel Palace Bazaar
In the rear of the hotel lobby.
THE TRUE SPIRIT
, j. e. PEN
A photogrgaph of you ono that re
flects your own personality will do
moro to bring tho spirit of Christmas
to distant friends than any other gift.
Your photograph In ono of pur
hand enrved frames, will mako ah
Ideal Christians gift. We w'ill glvo n'
- 10 per cent discount on frames sold to
custemors ho find their name in thin
Rush Mercantile Company
Wo want to use this opportunity to remind-you of how
dose l hanksKlving is. as no doubt you want to prepare for
this occasion, when quality and variety of eatables play so
important m part. Our offerings will consist of fancy head
and leaf lettuce, radishes, frosh tomatoes, caulitlour
paschal and self bleaching celery, now crop nuts, drieil
fruits ot all kinds, cider, citron ornnge and lemon peal, cur
rents, raisins, etc -
' . I" .
Whose 'Birthday Comes
Flowers make the most exceptable.gift.
-Simply phone 274 and he assured of the fresh
est and choicest of the seasons flowers.
C. J. PASS, Florist
North Platte, Nebr.
Treat your hair to a real shampoo,
One that will leavo it glosy, soft and
Follow it with a Marcel or Round Curl
and a becoming hulrdress.
Phono for an appointment.
Beautiful hate at 'i'i 1-3 per pent dis
count. Call early rtnd mako your
Wo also want to show you our lino
of dresses and coats. Tho leading
colors, materials and styles.
A discount of 33 1-3 per cent'on all
Mako us nn early visit.
Headquarters for the latest in toilet
articles Houbigants, Quorlalns
Kaross. Fiance Tou-lcs-boquet.
Seo our Xmas packages.
Lambs Cash Store.
Our Price Talks.
Genuine Volour hats for men $4.75
Meh,Vflne dress sltoesi--' 4.10
Wool Middy cloth, 48 in. wldo yd. 1.70
Broadcloth, 54 in, wide, yd. 3.25
3G-lnch all wook.sergo .55
3C-inch floral silk lining, yd. 1.50
3G-inch stocking silks, yd 2.25
3C-lnch satin cropo 3.25
SMITH-JOHNSON DRUG CO.
TIRES, Kolly Springflold n'nd Fisk
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
- Ferd Streitz
WOMEN' EVERYWHERE aro demand
ing better flour. Porhaps you, too,
havo wished for a flour with tho
wheat's nativo sweetness tho uniform
and dependable flour n flour not
"killed" In tho mlllng.
SUCH A FLOUIt IS)"S. Lookout" and
'on can get It nt home. Wo aro makers
of "S Lookout." Go to your grocer
or ask and wo will sco that you aro
NEBRASKA HILL & ELE. CO.
Pluming & Heating.
Look for our mlspellcd word
Phono 525W North Platte, Nobr.
North Side Drug Store.
Dr. Hess Poultry Pana-ce-a, Stock
, Tonic, Hog Worm Powder, Dip and
"Society Brand" SUITS AND OVERCOATS , "Curlce Hraiid'
Clothing wiili a national reputation that you know is wriglit.
( " This week only we will allow you a ,
SPECIAL 10 PERCENT DISCOUNT
to those finding their name in "our ad.
$16.50 TO $35.00
TheQuality lIor, QnMt4rln The Quality
city will spoil tho deal. 'Tho Tribune
is anxjous to nnnounco tho under
taking of every building deal as a
matter of good news to an over
crowded pooplo, but for some ronson
those who would havo tho most to
gain aro usually tho hardest to got
anything out of. Wo agreo with our
critic and stand ready to boost for
this home city Whenever wo can.
Will moot Wednesday ovonlng, Nov.
22 at tho K. C. HalL Thoro will bo
a good tlmo aftor tho meeting.
Altar society will meet Thursday
afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. O.
A program and box supper will be
I glvon at tho school cloven miles wost
of town Wodnesdny evening, Nov. 29.
liiirfoll'H tiervlco Bureau has con-,
traded and paid regular advertising
rates for tho doublo pago spread in I DISTRICT FIVE
this papor for tho present Isbuo and ' A program nnd box supper will b)
for the four coming Ibsucs. Tho j glvon at the school houso of district
prize money is in the bnnk and ovory G. which is live miles northeast of
financial obligation has been met by; town on Friday ovonlng Nov. 24.
... i . i mi.
Mr. Barloll and MS nssisiani. mu
merchants entered In tho contest
may chan'go tholr advert lsomonts
each issue If they wish. The con
test ad will appear in tho Tuesday
naner only. Tho Tribune is tho pub
lisher only but we will bo glad to LUT1iFJtiN ' . ,
mako any point clear which has not sowing Beo will moot In tho'church'
, been made so and wo are' taking a 1)ariorai Thursday, those on tho. on-
'personal interest in giving tho mor- tertu)ninB committee nro M.rs. Chris
! chants full value for tholr confidence 1ro(ll)Cck an,i Mrs, Bert Gulton. ,
I in this paper. Ono hundred dollars
ifm iivqt nrize is a n. oi iuuuo vuujvj jjcviuim
tlilnk tho winner will havo to Tonight at
to trot It. 4. uui oiuin
BRADFORD v .
j Dlv. G. I. A. will havo a meeting
ion Friday, Nov. 24 at 2:30. p.. ni.
j'l'ho secretary will collect 'any out
Handing dues on that date.
tho Odd Follows "Hall;:
Sooloy of Portland, Oro.
will locturo on Christian Science. The
Mr. and Mrs. A.
Sunday In Gothenburg
that is all hut human -
Sanitary plumbing lu your liomo':
moans moro than comfort. When dono
by export mechanises, beauty
safety aro yours.
Bcsslo Show spent Sunday in Hoi-- pUi,iic 1b welcomo and it Is free,
Ishey visiting her paronts.
A daughter was born to Mr. aim i nmt , -
Mnnrlnn nultliaUlllO yOStonlny. , TllOfO Wilt "O IV m.amumv, -mua
. ivr..ttnn ti-nnnnrted offering meeting , In tho church par-
tjuas. iJiiiiou ui n'"""-" - , , .
business In tho city yesterday. . Ion, Friday evening at 7:30 , A
T: Johnson spent , spectni progrum mm nu
at tho Nolsbn aflff wlilcli reiresniucnis wm uu nui-
Miss Kvolyn Boldt spent Sunday inJ ;o':
Kearney visiting at tho J. a. KHIott , w. R. Malonoy leaves today for
hom() 'Grand Island where will accompany
I'oi-rv Carson leaves today .for ' his father ho has been visiting In
lOshkosh whore he will spend several 1 tho city. '
ilavs hunting. " ! -
Mrs. Earl Eshleinen left tho Platto
Valley hospital yesterday and return
ed to her home hi Hershoy.
W. C. Mocks was arraigned in the
.police court'yesterday and lined
'$1 1.80 for being intoxicated,
t Dean Logan returned Sunday from
Central City after looking artcr busi
ness matters for several days.
I Mrs. Georgo Gibbs and daughter
returned yesterday from a sovoral
weeks visit at York with relatives. .
! Mrs. Lornne returned to her homo,
iin Paxton Saturday after visiting in
1 tho city with friends for u fow dnys
Miss Vora Mallno of Gothenburg
1 has taken a position at tho O'.Connc)'
store. Sho began work yesterday.
I Miss Gusslo Splckormnu is oxpect-
cd liomo today from Mnryvlllo, Mo.
whoro sho hns boon visiting rolatlvos
for tho past fow weeks.
Wullaco Crawford and Jh Kln0
rolurned yesterday from Paxton
whoro Ihoy spent sevoinl days hunt
Oliver Carroll is homo from tho
hospital whore ho has boon seriously
iH.for tho past fow iweoks. Mr. Car
roll was ablo to bo out yostorday..
neral of Louis Garcia, a
Mexican who ailed a wool: ago was
held Sunday nftornoon from tho Mal
onoy chapol. FaUior McDold offic
iating. BurhaL'.vas mndo In tho
local comeIer$'"' &
A divorce Was, granted yesterday to
Orvlllo TI. Harris from Mrs. Lorolno
D. Harris on tho grounds of dosortlon.
Thoy woro married in Grand Island ;
and havo no chlldron. Tho chargo was
Gone Helubaugh has resigned his
position with tho North Platto Mor-!
cantllo Co. and has taken a position
with tho Turpon Grocory Storo.
Good demand; Better than InBt year.
Must havo trapping license
I am paying from 7 to 100 a pound,
l L. LII'SIHTZ
i' :'.v c r
Give the Kiddies
tholr own music
for tholr own4'
teitch theni to huvo
an early nppreclntion
will help them
to oxpress tholr
own musical feelings :
thru their pedal'.nij
Just like playln?
Coino In -
, Piano Caso Roflnlshlng.
Holley Music House
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