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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
ACTIVITIES OF THE
WHAT IS BEING DONE BY THE
DIFFERENT LODGES AND
11:00 "Beforo tho Mirror".
7:30 "TWo frog3 in a 'Milk Can".
Brotherhood will meet Tuesday ev
ening in tho church parlors.
11:00 "The Son of God". j
8:00 "Why wo Venerato Joseph" j
Ladies Aid will meet Doc. 14 dn'
the church parlors. All members aro
urged to bo present. '
"Will meet in the parlors of tho
Methovl'st church Tuesday, Dec. 12 at
2:30 p. m. 1 -t
A. K. p. E. O. will meet Wednesday at
3 P. m. at tho homo of Mrs." W. J.
Hcndy, 703 west Third. !
Sarah Rebekah Lodgo No. 10 will
hold a special session In I. O. O. F.
hall at 7:30 p ,m. Tuesday, December
12. There will bo initiation, a social
hour and refreshments.
Everybody como to the Lincoln
school parent-teachers' luncheon Sat
urday Dec. 9th from Ul: 00 a. m. to
4 p. m. at tho Davis furniture store.
Hot coffee, sandwitches, pie and cako
will bo served.
The American Legioit Auxiliary will
meet at tho Fireman's Hall, Friday at?
8 ofclock. There will bo a business
and social meeting and also election j
of officer, Miss Erma Barraclaugh
Mrs. Donegan, Mrs. Butler Milton
berger, Mrs. .Victor Hhlligan, Mrs.
OTJonnell and Miss Viola Rauch are
on tho entertaining committee. All,
members aro urged to bo present.
Ladies Aid wi,'l Hold its annual
bazaar and supper at tho church Dec.
Rnthor chilly wcathor nowdays.
David McLaughlin and family loft
by auto for California Saturday.
The Ingham high school moved In
to tho now building this weok.
Tho Ladies Aid sowed for Mrs
Harrison McKulght last week.
Gcraldino Brestol ot Eustls spent
Thanksgiving with her homo folks.
Henry Frey and family aro visiting
In North Plntto this week.
M. E. Pearson and family wore Co
7.ad visitors Sunday.
Geo. KJar shipped a car of catllo
Saturday night. ,
Bruce Dempsoy and' family were
North Platto visitors Saturday and
C C. Williams and family of Far
nam, visited at tho .T. E. Hobbs home
Tho danco at Tom Gordon's placo
last Saturday night was well attend
ed. Floyd Bcerman and, family spent
Thanksgiving nt tho August Beermnn
homo near Ingham.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Soudcr and Mr.
Geo. Barrett transacted business in
North Platto last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Walker had a run
away Monday evening while going
homo from school Mrs Walker suffer
ed a soverely sprained nnulo arid will
bo unable to teach for a while.
Mr. and Mrs. John Swindel aro tak
ing car,o of tho Hand homo while
Mr. and Mrs Frank Hand arc in Har
vard. They were called there by tho
illness of Mr. Hand's father.
Clinton's for Spectacles.
J. E. Sebastian leaves Monday for
Omaha where ho will serve on tho
JIggs Special, Saturday. Plate corn
ed beef. 13c a pound. Phone 2G. Cash
Hat Bargains for Boys All wool
Chinchillas and Velvets made with
fur lined oar protectors. It Is a big
stock that must bo reduced. Your
choice, 10c John B. Edwards Co.
15. Serving begins' at 5:30. Tho menu
consists of roast beef, mashed po
tatoes, gravy, cranberry jolly, string
beans, croan cahbao, slaw, hot rolls,
apple pie and coffee There will be
a sale of rugs, fancy work, baskets,
aprons, and candy. Tho public Is in
vited to attend
.LIVE STOCK MARKETS
The following quotations wero tho
tpenlng markets at South' Omaha thltt
morning and wero rocolvod hero by
tolegraph at 10 n. m.
Bcof steers nctivo, sho stock firm.
Stockers and feeders slow.' Calvos
strong to 25 cents highor. Bulls 15 to
25 cents lower.
Active. Generally 10 to 20 cents
higher. Bulk packing grades $7.26 to
$7.40. 180 to 250 pound butchers $8.10
to $S.20. top $8.25.
CITY A XI) COUNTY NEWS
Christmas Cards and Booklots. Rln
cker Drug Co. New location.
Mis Nellie Snyder ot Maxwell shop
ped in tho city yestordny.
Seo our $25 and $50 diamond rings
at tho Jewelry Gift Shop Austins.
Ray Langford loft today Tor Kcarnoy
where ho will attend tho Koarnoy
Order your Christmas Cards from
our beautiful lino of samples. Clin
ton & Son. Gifts that Last.
Q. M. York leaves Monday for Om
aha whero ho will servo on tho Grand
Mr. and Mrs. II. McNight of Mooro
fiold wero business visitors in tho
Mrs. Lyman Gregory returned Sun
day evening from Goring where sho
spent Thanksgiving with her husband.
Mrs. Baker of Chillccotho, Missouri
is visiting in tho city at tho homo of
her sister Mrs. Arthur Samuolson.
Mrs. Herbert Noli returned to her
home in Spauldlng this morning nfter
spending several days in tho city at
the J. A. Guynnn homo.
Miss Margaret Doylo left this morn
ing for hor homo in Spauldlng after
visiting several days at tho J. A.
Gruen wrist watchqg aro recognized
the world over as a standard of qual
ity. You will enjoy looking over this
elegant lino at Dixons.
Mrs. F. E. Payno returned yester
day from Chicago and other eastern
points where sho has been visiting
with relatives for tho past few weeks.
Miss Margio Fulk of Hershoy 1b
now enrolled In .the Chillocotho Mo.
Business College, where sho is tak
ing the stenographic courso offered
by that Institution.
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OUR SALE AFFORDS MANY
BARGAINS THAT , ARE EX
TRAORDINARY IN VALUE.
TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW.
Men and Boys9 Sweaters
Our entire stock of heavy all wool sweaters priced far
below regular prices we are loaded on sweaters and
must reduce the stock. Prices
$2.15 ,o 5.95
Men's All Wool Flannel Shirts
Another stock that is too large, Racine McDonald and
Wilson Bros, famous makes, finest flannel shirts made.
Reduced as low as
Boys9 Rah Rah Hats
Extra quality chinchillas, velvets, and felts, with fur lined ear
protectors. For quick clearance your choice JL Jr
Suits, Overcoats, Leather Vests and Shoes
AT WONDERFUL BARGAIN PRICES
olio B. Edwards Co.
Mrs. Quy Cndy of Ilorshoy shopped DinmomlB set any stylo nt tho
In tho city yosterdny. Jowclry gift shop Austins.
Soleqt your Christmas enrds from' Uussoll Gnndy entered tho Flatto
Wodnosday and Thursday wore ntto 11 most mPMo llho nt Rlrickor Drug Valley hospital Tuosday whoro ho will
ivlntor dnys, snowing a llttlo Thurs
day morning. To-dny is coldor and it,
Is trying to snow. Tho forenst says'
fair tonight; Saturday increasing '
cloudlnoss with slowly rising tompor
aturo. Tho lowest last night was 7,'
at year ago 15. Tho highest yestorday
was 23 nnd a yonr ago 32.
Miss Sylvia Snyder of Mnxwoll shop-'
pod In tho city yesterday. !
receivo medical attention.
Yes, tho very Four-in-IInnd
HE wants for
Christmas is hero. Ex
cellent grade- silk;
choice patterns in tho
latest colors. In gift
J. C, Penny Co.
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Come in and hear it play
your favorite music
This is the Victrola No. 210, one of the new
Victrola models. A graceful instrument with
exclusive refinements resulting from more
than twenty-five years devoted to developing
the talking machine, art. It is moderately
priced, and is yours on particularly attrac
tive payment terms. Let us demonstrate it
today. We are open evenings.
Holley Music House
Two hours a day saved from work in the hoi kitchen
two hours more daily to read, visit, enjoy life.
The Sechrist Pressure Cooker -saves two hours cooking
time a day in the average home, cooking in thirty or forty
minutes roasts or fowls ordinarily requiring hours. Cooks
a whole meal over one burner.
Cooks food thoroly because pressure forces
intense heat thru every cell and fibre.
All juices and flavors are retained
and you save a pound of meat on every
five-pound roast. Pays for itself in six
month's by food and fuel saving.
The New Style Sechrist is the
strongest cooker made. It is the cooker
used by hundreds of Government Dem
onstrators for cooking and canning and
is featured by a famous cooking expert
in the September Pictorial Review.
Its virgin aluminum takes a smooth
finish easily cleaned, and the Aluminum
safety valve and pet cock are not af
fected by fruit acids. Here is a beau
tiful cooker that will make you proud
of your kitchen. ' ' :
If you dealer does not have the new
style Sechrist write for free booklet and
The Albert Sechrist Manufacturing Co.
1717 Logan Street, Denver, Colorado
We have all sizes of these Cookers in stock and a lady demonstrator
from Factory will be with us until xmas.
She will demonstrate Saturday and Monday afternoons on Plum Pudding
Derryberry & Forbes, Inc.
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