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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1922)
THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
w i s
as a topaz
Scries of Kcnslnglon-Iiiinclicoiis
Mra. M. E. CroBby and Mrs. W. P.
, Snyder will entertain Thursday and
Friday at ono o'clock luncheons fol
lowed by kenslngton at the Crosby
i homo, Decorations will bo carried out
lit keeping, with the season.
There 13 nothing newer
or more distinctive in
toiletware than AMBER
PYRALIN. Once you
see its golden beauty you
will know why we arc so
proud to, sell it.
Amber Pyralin is not
high priced. 1 1 is one of
the big values you expect
at this store and you
can buy a complete set
or any number of pieces,
as they are easy to match
Clinton & Son,
Knlciliiliis at lUillhliiy 1'nrly
Catherine Grcon entertained n num
ber of her frionds at a party at her
home last evening. The occasion was
, hor sixteenth birthday. The evening
was spent In gamos and music after
: which a delicious lunch was served.
! Kulertalns lit Surprise Party
Mrs. Frank Heatley entertained a
l mimbor of friends and neighbors at
a surprise party last evening in honor
; of her husband. Tho evening was
spont In games after which a delicious
dinner was served. There wero twenty
five guests presont.
CARD OF THANKS
Entertains nt lllrlhilny Party
Francos Thayor entertained a group
of her friends at a birthday party last
ovenlng. Tho occasion was her thir
teenth birthday. Tho evening was
3pont at tho thrcatro after -which a
dolloloiw lunqh ' was sorved at tho
home. , . ""'! "'
For tho kindness and sympathy ox
tended by tho friends, neighbors and
tho Yeoman Lodgo during tho sickness
and death of tho lato Ilattio M. Pack
ard and for tho beautiful floral offer
ings, wo wish to return our slncoro
Queen Esther Group Entertains
Tho members of the Queen Esther
group of the Baptist church hold a
rccqptlon 'In the basement of tho
church Wednesday evening. Tho re
ception was In honor of tho new mom
mors taken in tho church during tho
recent revival. Thero wore thirty-five
now membors. At tho close of tho
evening light refreshments were served.
a. W. Ilockard and son Clayton w A nn 1 wf A to 1Iol(1 Dnncc
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Phelps T,1 Wodern Woodman and Royal
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Frazler Neighbors will hold a box social and
Harvey and Emor Calhoun lnnc at tho Lloyd opera houso Mon-
DR. 0. II. CRESSLER
Office over tho McDonald
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. D. A. Coolldge, Maudo and
day evening Dec. 18. All Itoyal Nolgli-
; bors and thoir ladles and gentlemen
friends nro invited to nttond. Ladies
Money to loan on farms. Soe Geno j will bring well filled boxes. A good
Crook. j time is assured. Modern Woodmen in-
Buy Sweaters and Flannel Shirts j v,t0 yur qihb
for Xmas Gifts. Buy them now at our , CntIlolc 01rl8 Club Entertained.
Sale. John B. Edwards Co. , Tho mombera o tho catholic Girls
Bargais In Soft Collars, Arrow, Man- club woro entertained Wednesday ey
hatton, and Dolpark wands in alloning at tho homo, of Miss Boss'ie
styles mid nualltios. Five for One Smith. Sho was assisted In cntertain
DoIIar. John B. Edwards Co. ng by Miss Nelllo Hanlfin, Mario
Mrs. K. J. Burnside left this mom- I Schntz and E. B. Grlesor. During the
iug for Goring whore she will visit ovenlng Mliss Gibson 'gave soveral
soveral days at thd homo of her slfJtor reading and Miss O'Haro gave a yory
mrs. xr. TxirvV(iSniKniY. ' "' Infofosting talk on her summer tour
J. V. Robinson passed away suddon- through Europe. Tho remaindor of tho
ly yesterday morning. His death was evening was spent In playing Flvo
of heart falluro. II was 64 years old. Hundred. Tho first honors wero won
Ho came to North Platte enrly this bv M,8S Anno O'Haro and second
summor with bis wife from La Venio, horors by Mrs. Carson. At tho close of
Iowa. Besides his wife ho loaves to tho ovonlng a delicious lunch was
Clintons for spectacles.
Lot tho Jowolry Gift Shop supply
your needs for Christmas. Austins.
Simon Brogan of Sarben was a busi
ness visitor In tho city yesterday.
Christmas cards for engraving at
RInckcr Drug Store.
Mrs. Nelmann of Tipton, Iowa la
visiting In tho city at tho holno of her
daughter Mrs. J. C. Hollman.
Eversharp pencils and fountain pens
aro very awoptablo Christmas gifts.
Clinton & Son, Olfts That Last.
Miss Susie Stucklo of Lexington is
visiting in tho city at the V. Pvichavds
and J. II. Guiles homes.
Mrs. Hudson of Cozad Is visiting at
tho homo of her sister Mrs. John
Just received a new lino of lrrides
cent goblets, cocktail glasses and
sherbets. Dixon tho Jeweler.
Dr. J. S. Twincm transacted prof
essional business In Maxwell yester
day, Why not a clock for Xmas. Wo
Carry a beautiful line of Chime, Hour
Striking, Desk and Alarm clocks of
all makes. Dixon tho Jeweler.
North Platto people are being asked
to buy Christmas seals this week and
tho response has been qulto satisfac
tory to tho Campflro girl council. It
is not unusual for someone to pur
chase fifty cents worth or a dollars
worth. Just to help tho cause. The
Campflro girls do not got a cent of
tho money. Half of tho amount 1s
sent to the state headquarters for
tho work of fighting tuberculosis in
Nebraska and half is retained in this
community to bo used in health work
of some. kind. Tho Bale will continue
u,ntl every porsbn has bought all
ho or sho will buy.
Thos. Hawley of Horshoy was Mr. and Mrs P. 11. Thompson qt
buslnos visitor In tho city yostorday. ' j Maxwell wore Jnislnoss victors in
A daughter was born to Mr. and the city yesterday.
Mrs. F. M. Burton Tuesday. i Mrs. Peter Nelson of Gurtls was,
Jlggs Special, Saturday. Plato corn-1 a business visitor In the city yoster
cd bcof. 13c a pound. Phono 26. Cash' day
tMoat Market. j Miss Lucllje Boyerlo has takon a
Dr. J. B. Redfield transacted pro-i position with tho Newton Book storo
foslonnl business in Sutherland yCs-;tlurmS tho holiday rush.
Mrs. L. D. Ray of Wellflcct was a
busines visitor In tho city Wedncs-'
J. H. VanCleavo who undorwent an
operation nt tho Platto Valley hospital ,
Is reported to bo getting along nice-1
Tho Danceland Entertainers left
torday f,or Gothenburg whero thoy
played for a dance, from thero they
will go to Lexington. f
Every precaution is being taken to
prevent the spread of contagious dls-
eases in tho city schools. As so'bn as a i
child is found to have a sore throat!
Miss Rona Rooson of Curtis visited
In tho city with friends yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scow left this
morning for Grand Island who'ro Ihoy
will' visit at the J. A. Hartford homo.
Boys Hats .that sold for $76c to
l $1.50 on Solo Saturday. Choice 10c.
! John B. Edwards Co.
Mrs. Ray Haugoland of Horshey was
a business visitor In tho city yester
day. Wm. Graham of Horshey was a
business visitor In tho city Wednesday.
W. C. Rentfrow has resigned' hisl
position as operator for tno Western
Union Telegraph Co. and has gone
to Donvor where ho has taken a posi
CARD OF THANKS
mourn his suddon death two daugh
ters and four sons. Tho fuuoral will
bo held Saturday aftornoon from tho
Iiouso at 2:30 with Rev. II. E. Hoss
of tho Methodist church officiating.
Burial will be made in tho local cemetery,
Wo wish to express our deep feel- or some such ailment he is sent home. 1
ing of thanks to tho neighbors and j In view of tho precautions which havo I
friends for thoir sympathy and kind
ness during the late Illness and death
of our beloved husnand and father.
been taken, it is Just ns safe for tho
chlldron to bo in school ns if kopt at
home. A bulletin for tho preservation
Especially do we want to thank.thoso of good health has been sent to every
who sent floral offerings, tho mem- teacher in tho city. In tho bulletin it
hers of the American Legion and tho names all the placard diseases and
quartette who so kindly assisted at also those where a quarantine Is plac
tho funeral aerviccv od and the condition in each Instance
Mrs. Mary B. Shaw and family. 'is explained.
A Little Out of the Ordinary,
But It Goes Just The Same.
With each and every No. 1 Sugar Cured Ham, either
Swifts, Morris, Armours or Cudahy's at 24c per pound we
will give you an aluminum double cooker guaranteed for
25 years for $1.49.
These hams are 1st g ade sugar cured, skinned hams.
Mens light weight Cassim
crette Hose, per pair 00
5 pair lor $1
Heavy Wool Sox "Wear
proof' heal and toe. OCn
3 for $1. Per pair....JuC
Mens heavy winter weight
Union Suits. 2fl 4 kF
for $2.50. Suit $ I.J 9
Heavy weight all cotton
Sweater Coat rf 4 mfi
Leather Sleeve Heavy Mole
skin Lined Vests t i
Guy Olson of Wallace was a busi
ness visitor In the city Wednesday. '
Jlggs Special, Saturday. Plato corn
ed beef. 13c a pound. Phono 26. Cash
It's A Wonder.
An accident sweeps
hor hlgpi to .social
fame, hor honor
flings her back to
rags. Into tho blnck
noss of hor despair
puts tho irldcscont
rays of a stolen sil
ver cup. A mvstor
foua challco destined
to play a strango
part In tho lives of
tho gin and tho
lly William Dudley l'elloy
With LON CHAJiEY and Y K. LINCOLN
Sweeping drama fired with tho boauty of a star who blazed a 'perm
anent placo In tho firmament with "Stardust".
At the JSUN, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday.
$.70 to $a.oo . ,
AUTO TOOL SETS14
THE FAMOUS WEAREVEIt
BltAXI) OF ALUMINUM
$2.50 to $0.00
. ELECTRIC TOASTERS
SAD IRONS AND CURLING
KITCHEN CUTLERY SETS
$2.00 to $4.25
COPPER KITCHEN WEAR
SHOT GUNS AND RIFLES
FISHING RODS AND TACKLE
For the Kiddies
from $1.00 to $1.50
from. $4.50 to $19.50
$1.05 to $2.25
l ICE SKATES
$1.25 to $5.00
$1,25 to $5.00
$.75 to $2.00
Living Room Furniture -
OVERSTUFFED SUITES IN
o at. from $100.00 to $340.00
MAHOGANY AND WALNUT
SUITS IN VELOUR AND
nt from $120.1)0 to $220.00
DUOFOLD SUITS IN TAPES
TRY, LEATHER OAK AND
at $120.00 to $225.00
FIRESIDE ROCKERS, FULL'
SPRING SEATS AND BACKS.
LEATHER AND IMITATION,
nt $2S.50 to $50.00
OAK AND MAHOGANY
$4.90 to $15.50
BRASS, OXIDIZED AND
$4.00 to $0.00
BEAUTIFUL SILK SHADES
WITH MAHOGANY AND
a t$22.25 to $37.50
$12.25 to $21.00
$10.00 to $2G.50
$2.00 to $5.75
GENUINE WALNUT, THREE PIECE SUITE, BED,
DRESSER, AND CHIFFONIER $100.00
VANITY DRESSER AND BED $102.00
WALOAK SUITE, TWO TONE FINISH, A BEAUTY
DRESSER, BED AND CHIFFONIER $120.00
W. R. MALONEY CO.
POLYCHROME BUFFET SETS
WITH ARTIFICIAL FRUIT
M IRRORS, POLYCHROME .
$2.00 to $22.50
CEDAR CHESTS, ALL SIZES
at $10.00 to $37.50
'is J&' 'x '
For the Kiddies
DOLL CARTS AND BUGGIES,
nil sizes, nt from $2.40 to $10.00
TOY BED ROOM SUITES,
four pieces, Bed, Dresser, Dress
ing: tnblo and Clinir nt $10.50
ROCKERS AND CHAIRS
TABLE AND CHAIR SETS
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