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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1922)
THE NORTH PLATTE SBMr-WffllSKLY TRIBUNE
Jack Zolglor shopped In North Platta i
Leo Qorken spout Saturday night1
with Walter Zolglor. i
Dike Darwoodes shopped In North
Thoro wm a card party glvon at Ed
Folchorts Saturday night Fifty guosts
wero presont. The ovonlng was spont
In playing cards attor which a del
icious luncheon waH sorved.
I)J. 0. H. CHESSLEU
WILD lIOJtSK VALLEY
C. G. Potorson Is sholllng corn for
Sewing socloty meets with Mrs. John
Johnson on Thursday, Decembor 28th.
Wo havo considerable warmer
weather this week than last
Thoro will ho early morning ser
vices at tho Svon Dal church Christ
mas. Wllbert Helbcrg has conducted ser
vices at tho church trtneo Sunday and
will continue over Chratmas.
Tho Elander and tho WJckstrom
ectools will glvo a program Friday'
evening at tho Elandor school houso.
Sam Camblln attended tho Gaud-!
reault cattlo salo at Hastings and
bought four Horcfords. '
Wllbort Helbcrg arrived homo on J
Saturday to spend his Christmas va-1
cation. Ho is a student at tho North
Park college, Chicago.
Harm Kruso and Harold LIndbcrg
wore business callers at tho county
scat last Saturday and again this
Thoro bolng no snow on tho ground
people nro busy husking corn although
It is bolow zero somo mornings when
thoy loavo tho place for tho Hold.
Our young p'lou'.e away at High
Bchool will onjoy tholr holldny vaca
tion nt tholr homes. Edith -Peterson
nttonds school nt Brady; Albin Elnnd
or, Gunhlld Larson, Evelyn Anderson
and Elizabeth No'lson at Gothenburg;
and Gertrudo Proltnuor at North
1 1 Office over tbo McDonald
I Stato Hank.
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Mrs. Walter Good will spend Christ
mas in Omaha with relatives.
Mrs; Mattio Woodhurst will spend
Chrlstmna In Kearney with relatives.
Ooorgo Holchonburg of Arthur was a
business visitor in tiio city yesterday.
Bananas 20 conts a dozen at Mc
C. A. Olson of Omaha was a busi
ness visitor in tho city yesterday.
Robort Artley of Mnywood was a
btiBinoBB visitor in tho city yesterday.
It. M. Weoks homo at 512 East G
street was quarantined tho first of
tho wool: for DIphthorla.
Mr. and Mrs. James Whlto of Suth
erland wero Christmas Bhoppors In
tho city yostorday.
D. E. Martin of Hershoy was a
business visitor In tho city yester
day Mrs. Howard Marshall left this
morning for Koystono whoro Bho
will spend tho .holidays with hor
parent's Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Ogg.
The HIRSCHFELD Co
A Safe Place to Trade.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS
Tho following quotations wero tho
jponlng markota at South Omaha this
morning nnd woro received hero by
telograph at 10 a. m. I
Butter grados of fad steors active'
and strong. Warmed up short feds1
slow, dull. Best stoers Included. $9.10
paid. All other classes gonerally
Early sates flvo to ton conts
higher, bulk mixed and packjng grades
$7.10 to 7,GG. Bulk butchers hogsh
$7.85 to $7.95 Top .$8.00.
Our Cameo Hand-toolod Bags aro
tho finest that aro made,. Values $10.00
to $30.00. Clinton & Son, Gifts that;
LOCAL. ANI PERSONAL
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Nelson Wednesday.
Henry Boatty will spend tho holi
days In Lexington with friends.
Joo Hebout of Horshey was a busi
ness visitor In tho city yestordny.
Mrs. N. C. Bowen of Brady was a
Christmas shopper In tho city Wednes
day. J. E. Sebastian returned Wodnos-
day from Omaha where ho has boonl
serving on tho Federal Grand Jury.
C. M. York returned Wednesday
from Omaha whore he has been serving-
fn tho Federal Grand jury.
Dr. T. J. Kerr leaves to-morrow
for Arkon, Ohio, where ho will
spend the holidays with Mrs. Kerr.
Edmond Ronnel of Philadelphia
spent several days this weok at tho
George Frater home while onrouto
to the const.
Misses Hazel and Marjorle Marti
returned yostorday from Sidney to
apond tho holidays with tholr father
Mrs. CV E. Lawson and daughter
Vlplet loft this morning for Aurora,
Mo. whero thoy will spend tho holi
days with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wolngand leave
Wodnosday for their homo in Los An
geles after spending Boveral weeks
in tho city visiting with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Pyle lcavo this
evening for Burchnrd, Nobr. whero
they will spend Christmas at tho home
of tho latter's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Danielson nro
visiting nt tire G. O. SIzemoro homo
while shopping in tho city.
A Pleasant Surprise
lor Christmas Morn
A Silk Shirt
EASY NOW TO
Hog Cholorn Can Bo Provonted Suroly
And Inexpensively By Homo j
A prominent and widely known
veterinarian has written a book en
titled "Tho SocrotB of Vaccination",
which any roador mny havo free of
charge. By following tho simple di
rections In this book any farmor can
vaccinate his own hogs with tho
AMVETSC hog cholera serum, and
vfcTtvo from twonty-flvo to fifty por
"Heretofore It has boon practically
Impossible to buy serum at homo. How-,
fivor, slnco vaccinating Is mndo so easy
tindor this prominent votorlnnrlan'a
suggestions nnd in,strucltons, Incor
porated In this froo bo'ok, tho Stono's
Pharmacy has decided on this policy
as It will onablo farmers to vaccinate
nt nny tlmo thoy wish and also save
a groat deal of monoy, ' I
Thoro can bo no bottom sorum than
thoy supply becnuso It Is mado undor
Qovornmont supervision and thon
thoroughly tested under actual field
conditions, making a doUblo tost sor-i
Simply call or sond you nnmo to!
Stono's Pharmacy, North Platto, Nobr. I
and get and Interesting booklot on tho 1
prevention of hog cholora nnd spoclal j
price list freo. Advortlsomcnt, '
Pure Silk SHIRTS
A beautiful assortment jus
arrived for Xmas(f k A
Mens Extra Heavy
Jersey Silk Shirt
'In Grey, Harding Pf
Blue and White
i r ii ii n
Other Fine Madras
Shirts $1 to $3.
Beautiful Assortment of
Mens Bath Robes,
$485 and up. ,
Mens Smoking Jackets
$3.50 and up,
Thrift Club Savers!
This year our Christmas Thrift Club members received many, many dollars. Money
in hand is an unusually important factor at Christmas time. If you would catch the
spirit of the season and carry It out, you must bo prepared.
Our 1923 Christmas Thrift Club is now forming. It is easy to join. Make small
weekly, semi-monthly or monthly payments and you will be prepared for 1923.
Forewarned is forearmed.
Select tho class that suits you. '
40 per week class receive . $ 5.10
.25 per week class receive. T. ..v. . . .'.".v; i . 12.75
.50 per week class receive v. VvV;t. . 25.49
1.00 per week class receive . . . '. ... '. . 50.99
2.00 per week class receive y.... 101.9S
2.50 pdr week class 'receive- .:' :;.. 127.47
5.00 per week class receiVdl . .'. . . . . . . ". .-. '. . . x 254.95
10.00 per week class receive 509.90
You may select any oneor combination of two or more, of the above classes;
and in addition to these we have progressive and reducing classes lc, 2c, 5c, 10c, paying
at Christmas ti'me1923 all ,tJio 'way from$12.92 to $130-90.
Interest paid on deposits made on or before date due.
' ' ' s
McDonald State Bank,
522 Dewey Street North Platte, Nebraska
A Shopping Place for
The HOOVER on Special Terms gj
Tomorrow is the last day of our offer to sell the famous j
Hoover Suction Sweeper on the special terms of only $4.75 i Lf
The Best Gift on the Tree
ill tho list of tho30 whom you wish
to remember nt Chrlatmna Tlmo, thoro
Is at least ono to whom you can glvo
a savings account, and bo sure that
it would bo highly appreciated.
It 1b a gift that grows in valuo as
tlmo goes on and It buowb a slncero
IntoroBt In tho wolf aro ol tho ono who
Como in today and arrongo for a
ChrlstmaB' savnga. account at tho
Platto Valioy Stnto Bank. It will t
tho host gift on tho tree.
The Platte Valley State Bank
These terms were our contribution to our patrons in an en
deavor to relieve them of a great part of the labors of
You Should Act Now!
By all means register your name with us for a demonstration
before tomorrow night; If you do, our special terms will be
given you, even though we do 4not get around to making
your demonstration until next week.
Saturday Is Last Day
Next week again we revert to our old terms. Consequently,
you should investigate The Hoover today or tomorrow with
me HOOVER t
It BEATS .... os it Sweeps as it Clean
Do not delay! .This is your opportunity to purchase tho
largest-selling and the best electric-cleaner on special terms.
Be sure and arrange for a demonstration.
Store Open Tonight
Saturday, Dec. 23
Lest Day of Our Great
Men's heavy cotton union suits.
Ml sizes. Dollar rr
Day Price Jt
Men's flno neck-band dress
shirts. Values up to $2.00.
n 1 1 ni H
Men's Necktie and garters In
beautiful holiday box. a
Dollar Day Price set 3)1
Men's fast color hoso a box of
sLx pair. Dollar Day Q
Price per box 5 1
Men's fine dress caps with or
without fur ear tabs. j
Dollar Day Prico o I
Boys leather mitts with knit
wrist, wool flceco lined. Dol
lar Day Prico Two t
Pair ior o 1
Boys wool knee pants, dark and
fancy mixtures, Dol- q 4
lar Day price, pair b
Meu s silk lisle hose. All colors.
Three pair in holiday box.
Dollar Day Prico
l'er box J)l
Beautiful silk knit ties in Xmas
box. Dollar Day prico q
Men's leather horsehido mitts
knit wrist Fleece lined. Dol
lar Day Prico q
Per Pair M
Men's collar attached shirts in
gray, tan and fancy patterns.
Dollar Day Price
Silk arm bands and garter sets
in Xmas box . Dol
lar Day Price for
Men's heavy cotton shirts in
Gray and tan. Dollar t j
Day Prico, Each I
Men's pure linen handkerchiefs.
Largo size. Dollar j
Day Price 3 for D 1
Men's suspender and garter sets
in Xmas box. Dol
Day Price Per Set
Men's Heavy fleece lined union
suits. All sizes. Dol- q i
lar Day Per Suit M
Men's heavy- cotton sweater
coats with large col
lars. Dollar Day each
Men's leather palm
gloves. Dollar Day
Prico 4 pairs for
Men's whlto handkerchiefs. Full
size, soft finish. Dol- q
lar Day Price 20 for JH
Boys warm caps with ear tabs.
Dollar Day Price
Boys hose Fast color, double
knee, heels and toes q.
Dollar Day 4 pair for M
Good quality holiday neckwear.
Value up to 75c.
Dollar Day 2 for
Men's heavy canvas gloves with
blue knit wrists. Dol- i
lar Day Price 9 pair D 1
Men's heavy shucking mitts with
double thumb and palm. Dol
lar Day Prico &t
Nino Pair for M
Beautiful knit ties in plain and
fancy patterns. Dol-
lar Day Price 2 for , 0 1
Men's horso-hldo leather gaunt
lets. Tho real glovo for hard
wear. Dollar Day (
Prico por pair J 1
Men's extra heavy wool hoso for
real comfort. Dollar ai
Day Price 3 pairs 1
Men's Jersey gloves with long
knit wriBts. Dollar xj
Day Prico 7 pairs 1
Tho Little Store With Klg
North Platte Light & Power Co.
Choice lot of young Rod Poll bulla
L;at farmers prices at
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