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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1922)
LOCAL AM) PERSONAL
Monoy to loan on farms. Soo Oono
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Stuart Saturday.
Tribune for Christmas. $1.50 year
Mrs. Wm, Harst of Hcrshey spent
Sunday In the city visiting friends.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
John Kilmer Friday. .
Christmas perfumes and tollot
waters, nincker Drug Co.
Miss Gladys Stogell spent Sunday
In Ogallala visiting with friends.
Hllmar Bjnales of Hershpy was a
business visitor In the city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Halllngan trans
acted business In Sutherland Monday.
Wo will bo open evenings beginning
Dec. 15th. Clinton & Son, Gifts that
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Ware of Her
shey were Christmas shoppers In tho
P. R. Elliott left yesterday for Long
Beach, Calif, where ho will visit his
A new model In the Hobart M. Cable
piano for your Inspection. Dixon
Mrs. John Tigho of Lexington ar
rived in tho city Wednesday to spend
the holidays with relatives.
Harold Bradley of Oshkosh enter
ed tho Platte. Valley hospital yester
day whore ho will recelvo medical
Come to our sale and bo suro to get
here early. Austin's Jowolry, storo.
Keith Theatre Building. Open even
ings until Christmas. (
Ted Welngand arrived Sunday
from Los Angelos, Calif, to spend
Christmas' holidays with his parents
In the' city.
On complete radio outfits wo are of
fering a Christmas discount of 10 per
cent to 15 per cent. North Platte
Light & Power Co.
Miss Florlno Ste'bblns returned
Friday from Hastings to spend tho
Christmas holidays with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Stebblns.
Mr." and Mrs. R. I. Cox left Mon
day for Santa Anna, Calif, where they
will spend the remainder of the win
ter. Claude DeLaney will leave in a
few days for Tampa, Fla.. where ho
will spend tho remainder of tho win
ter. Before purchasing that Xmas gift
see us. Our sale is on, 'Open evenings
until Christmas. Austin tho Jeweler.
Keith Theatre building.
The small son of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Folchert of Wellfleet underwent an
operation at tho Platte Valley hos
Young chickens 18c per pound at
the Burke Cash Grocery, C21 East
Fourth Street. Phone 971. We will
be open Christmas until 1 o'clock
and will deliver.
Tho blue stationery cabinets fliled
with lino bond envelopes and letter
heads, printed as you say, make flno
"Christmas gifts. At tho Tribune
The HIRSCHFELD Co-
A Sate Place To Trade
A Dandy Gift For Him
A Box of Mens
They are Guaranteed for
six months wear without
A Box of d1 Cft
Six Pairs Pl.dV
Two Other Hosiery Specials
Mens Silk Lisle nosq. 6
pairs in Amas box.
Mens Fast Color Ho3e,six
pairs in Xmas Box tf?
for tj A
North Plattes Foremost Cldthiers
for Men and Boys.
Mrs. W. 6. Reynolds roturnod Wed
nesday from Rochester? Minn, whoro
sho has spent tho past fow weeks.
Christmas table bouquets, a spoclal-
ty. F. W. Danlol, tho down-town flor-l
Mrs. EHzaboth Smithy w,lll spend
Christmas In Koarney with her fam
ily. Christmas stationery. Rlnckpr
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Christ loft Wed
nesday for Lexington whoro they will
spend tho holidays with rolatlvcs.
How would a Thermos Lunch Kit!
be as a suggestion for his Christmas
Gift? Clinton & Son, Gifts that Last.
Miss Beatrice Ballard loaves this
ovenlng for Bcatrlco whero sho will
spend Christmas with her parents.
Seo our Christmas candles. 15c per
pound and up. Burko Cash Grocery,
C21 E 4th Stroot.
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Qulnn will spend
Christmas In Choyonno at tho homo
of tho lattor's mother.
New Edlsons. New Prices, Plnys
all makes of records. Dixon Music
James Keofo leaves this ovenlng for
Omaha whero ho will spend Christmas
Christmas trees, UBc, 50c, 75o and
$1.00 at McMIchaols Grocery.
C. F. Tracy left yesterday for El
Dorado, Kansas whoro ho will spond
tho holidays with relatives.
Just received a nice assortment of
Bubblo Books for tho Kiddles. These
clover Httlo records put up in books
make a most appreciative Xmas gift.
Dixon Muslo Shop.
Mr. and Mrs.'chas. Ilendy, Jr. or
Chicago who have boon visiting with
relatives in tho city for soveral days
arc visiting in Donvor with frlonds
for a fow days.
Freeman Hansen who Is attending
collogo at Denver is oxpected homoJ
this evening to spend tho holidays
with his grandmother, Mrs. Emma
Put a now Hobart M. Cable piano
In her homo for Christmas. This now
instrument can bo adjusted to play inher , 0 , t ovonlnB tho occasion
iivu Ky uy bihw E
a switch. The prlco is no moro than
an ordinary good piano. rJixon Music
Miss Josephine Hall of this city
and A. J. Collar of BIgham Lako,
Minn, were married yesterday after
noon by Rev. Shenk of tho Baptist
church. Tho young couple left last
evening for Bigham'Lako, Minn.,
where they will make their futuro
DOUCET MUSIC, STUDIO
Trovlyn E. Doucet
Teacher of Violin and
Pictures, Pastel and
THE NORTH PLATTE)
LOCAL AJfD PERSONAL
SI in on Wright of Staploton was a
Christmas shopper in tho city yos-
Tho C. P. Faulknnr homo on Wost
twolfth streot was quarantined tho
llrst of tho wook for Dlphthorln.
Fred Fussol of Julosburg Is visit
ing in tho city with frlonds for a fow
days this wook.
Mr. and Mrs. II. McKnlght of
Moorofield wcro Christmas shoppors
In tho city yesterday.
Mrs. N. F. Harrison nrrlved last
ovenlng from Julosburg to spend tho
holidays at tho James Smlthors home.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Warron Vlckery wl)l
spond Christmas In Omaha with rel
atives. Andy Bawor loft yesterday for his
homo at Ravenna nftcr visiting in tho
city with relatives for several weeks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Danlol nro
spending n few days in Omaha with
Mrs.J. E.'McClough of Brady was a
Christmas shopper In the city vester-.
Clinton's for Spectacles.
Leo Newton loft yesterday for Jules
burg whero ho will poln tho Southern
Imperial Flvo Orchestra.
Ralph Clabaugh of Omaha is ex
pected homo this ovenlng to .spend
tho holidays with homo folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Burkoy or Davenport
Nebr., will spend tho holidays In tho
city at tho homo of their daughter
Mrs. M, E. Crosby.
Mesh bags, Vanity cases, Hair or
naments and Ear Bobs are gifts that
aro suro to please tho ladles. Clinton
& Son, Gifts that Last.
Miss Alice Langford leaves Satur
day for Kansas City where she will,
spond Christmas at tho homo of her
sister Mrs. Barrott.
Wo cordially Invito you to inspect
tho new Edison. Plays all records.
Prices new and attractive, Tone Qual
ity Is bettor than over. Dixon Music
Miss Dorothea Hoga entertained
Klvtnnn nf lior frfomla nt n nnrfv nt
being her birthday. Tho ovoning vag
spent in playing games, after which
two-course lunch was
Don't wait! Hurry! Our salo Is on(
let's tnlk business for that Christmas
gift. Open evenings until Christmas.
Austins Jewelry Storo. Keith Theatre
Chas. Yost who Is attending Mid
land college at Fromont Is expected
home this evening to 'spend tho holi
days with his paronts Mr. and Mrs.
Flvo doon men's fancy bathrobes,
just received. , Worth from $10.00 to
$12.50, specially priced, $0.95. Red
31im Glotlies Shop.
y. It. 3IALONEY COMPANY
Extends to its hundreds of friends and patrons'
This Christmas Message ;
Of Thanks nnd Good will
May Health, Happiness and Contentment be ,
' yours, thereby assuring to each and ovory.
Merry Christmas Day,
Dining Room Suites
Walnut and Oak from $150.00 to $350.00.
W. R. Maloney
SISMI - WEEKLV TRIBUNE
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
were warm, pleasant days hero with
the temperature remaining 60 for tho
last two days. Forcast for North Platto
and vicinity: Fair tonight and Satur
day; slightly cooler tonight. Highest'
tomperaturo yesterday 57, a'yoar ago,
17, lowoet last night 25, a yoar ago1
7. Sunset today 5:1S p. m., sunrise'
tomorrow S:0G a. m.
Miss Anna O'Connoll Is oxpected I
homo this ovonlng from Grnnd Is-'
land to spond tho holidays with her j
paronts Mr. and Mrs. W. H. O'Con
Pnrnoll Qulnn who is attlomllng
Crolghton College at Omaha is expect
ed homo tomorrow to spend tho holi
days with his paronts Mr. nnd Mrs.
Why not a beautiful now Edison for
tho family this Christmas. Prices are
attractive, they will play all makes of i
'"cords nnd thero is no question about i
their tone. Dixon Music Shop.
Clintons for oyo sorvlco.
Miss Alburtn Callcnder is expected i
homo this ovenlng from Barben whero I
sho has boon teaching school to spend ,
tho holidays with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. B. O. Cnllendor.
Add a Httlo Chrlstmns cheer to your
homo with a fow of tho boautlful
Christmas carols In both Columbia and
Edison records. Dixon Music Shop.
Everett Bradley who is attending
Cotner College is expected homo this
'ovenlng to spond tho holidays wjth
his paronts Mr. nnd Mrs. E. E. Brad-
Oranges 15c and 20c a dozon at
F. C. Plelstlckor and Edward Han
son left Wednesday by auto for
points In Colorado whoro thoy will
spend several days.
Mrs. J. A. Condlt is expected homo
Saturday from Los Angelos, Calif,
where sho haa beon receiving med
-ran it . t ni t , ,
COME AND SEE US
first class and prices
Opposite) Union Pacific
VI. . ii ..
A f i.
$4.00 to $13X0
Gate' Leg Tables
$10.00 to $32.00
U3.G0 2 94S.GQ x
$16.60 to $38.00
$23.75 to $43.50
$D.60 to $28.00
$21.00 to $45.00
To kill a man through reckless driving? Yes! But
isn't the manslaughter
CECIL II. DE3HLLE menus!
To shoot a person in cold blood because ho had tried
to steal the love of one you held dearer than all tho
world? It is! But THAT isn't the manslaughter
CECIL B. DE MILLE means!
r1 vnr I'ir vir pt I'-ir
To "Frame" aninnocont person and convict him of
crime ho had never committed killing his self-re-
spect, his reliance, his outlook on life? Yes! But
that isn't the manslaughter
CECIL B. DE MILLE
Portrays in his Wonderful Picture Starring
Thomas Meighan iSfuhtfu
Saturday, Sunday 8c Monday
Prices 25c, 35c and 50c.
Lealricejou, - Lois Wilson
Tolls of anothor "Manslaugh
tor" of a warm pulsating hoart.
Bl boating with hlght liopo3( JTHlI-
dcnly torn asunder, leaving Its
luckless ownor a dorollct liv
ing yot doad. You'll novor
forgot this wondorful play of
gowns, riches and lovo.
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10c and 30c
PeMle's am b
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