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The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, November 28, 1919, Image 4

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DR. 0. II. CRESSLER,
Graduate Dentist
Office over the McDonald
State Hank.
LOCAL AND L'EItSONAL
W. Vr Hoagland returned yesterday .
from a buslrtoa trip to Omalin.
Mrs. Itoy Cochrnn will ' entertain n1
nurnbor of frlonds this nftornoon nt
bridge.
"Mr. Slid Mrs. H. Hlrschfold wont to
Donvor AVodnosday to spond Thanks
giving with friends.
Full lino or wiiaoi goous ror Amas.jr
John H. Null, GOO Locust. 89tffr
Donuld Newton enmo home from the icf
with the homo folks. j
Mrs. James llnrt, who had been 1
visiting relatives In Chicago, returned
homo yestorday morning.
Mrs. T. P. Gantt will leavo soon for
a visit with her daughtor Edith, who Is
city librarian at 1'ocatollo, Idaho.
MIbs Mario Iloagland, a student at
thcr'stato university, came homo Wed
nesday to spond tho Thanksgiving vacation.
Will Norrls, who for sovoral months
has boon located at Chcyenno as an
employe of tho state englnoorB office,
camo down Wednesday to spond
ThankBglvIng.
Special Kettle rendered lard. Erod
bock's Meat Market. 8Ctf
W. J. Stuart will leave Tuesday for
California to visit his sons Bruce and
Will and thence to Now Mexico for a
visit with his son Jay. Ho will be ab
sent several weeks.
Miss Alice Ottcn, who is employed in
one of tho department offices In Wash
ington, D. C., arrived this week to
visit relatives and friends and expects
to romaln until tho first of the year.
Wanted Liberty bonds at market
prlco. Louis Llpshltz.
Rov. Robt Whlto, formor pastor of
tho Presbyterian church but located
at Scotts Bluff slnco his return from
nrmy Bervlce, has been visiting at tho
stato farm for several days.
Wo can show you nn exceptionally j
lino lino of beaded bags. C. M. Aus-
tin, jowolor. 01-2
The December term of the district
court will convono Monday of next
wcok with a sufficient number of
casos on tho docket to kcop tho mill
grinding for tho entire month.
On account of tho snow storm. I
which was about ns heavy in tho con-1 j
tral part of tho stato as hero, tho foot!
ball game at Grand Island scheduled;
for yestorday between tho North rintto
and Grand Island teams was cancolled
Wo have a fine lino 6t engraved (
Christmas cards. Leavo your order
9-9
Give Him S
omething to 'Wear
For
Christmas.
Why.. Give Him KnickKjnacks When You Can More Easily
Give a Useful Present Like Something to Wear?
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THE THOUGHT THAT YOU HAVE PUT INTO YOUR CHRISTMAS GIVING MEAN'S MORE, THAN THE INTRINSIC VALUE
OF THE GIFTS. A GIFT THAT FILLS A WANT, NO MATTER HOW SMALL OR LARGE ITS COST, MEETS INSTANT ENTHU
SIASTIC APPRECIATION. THE JOY OF GIVING IS INTENSIFIED WHEN YOU KNOW THAT YOU HAVE GIVEN RIGHT.
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A GIFT CERTAIN TO PLEASE A MAN OR HOY IS APPAREL. NOTHING ELSE THAT YOU CAN GIVE HIM WILL RE SO
CONSTANT A REMINDER OF YOUR THO UGHTFULNESS. GIVE SOMETHING THAT WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN TEN
DAYS AFTER CHRISTMAS. GIVE HIM SOMETHING TO WEAR.
THIS STORE IS FULL OF USEFUL PRESENTS THAT MEN AND HOYS NEED AND WANT, TII14 SORT OF THINGS THEY
RUY FOR THEMSELVES.
IN EVERY ISSUE OF THIS PAPER FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS WE WILL OFFER SUGGESTIONS LOOK FOR OUR
ADS AND READ THEM THEY WILL BE OF INTEREST TO YOU.
EDWARDS-REYNOLDS CO.
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FOR MEN AND BOYS,
eee-
early. Clinton, tho Jowolor.
nutter shot up to eighty conts a!
pound Tuesday, an advanco of five;
conts 4i pouud. Uutterfat was Quoted.
Wednesday by local buyers at soy;
onty-nlno cents a pound. Wo town
pooplo arc paying a big price for but-,
tor, but tho farmor Is usa gottlng f
big prlco for buttorfat. It Is an 111
wlnd that blows nobody good.
Tho city schools woro dismissed
Wednesday for tho wcok, as Is custom
ary Thanksgiving Day woek. It is fig
ured that tho state of mind of tho av
orago pupil on the day following a hol
iday Is such that woro school to bo
hold tho work accomplished would bo
iicgllble.
Special Kettlo rondored lard. Brod
beck's Mortt Market. 8Gtf
Wonderful Tailoring Sale
TWO PIECE
SUIT
AND
EXTRA
PANTS
Made To Order
Very Special at
Full Suit and Extra Pants $40.78.
The Fabrics Are
Guaranteed All Wool
We challenge any tailor in this section to duplicate the
suit alone for less than $40 or $50, and give you the same
quality of material. Right now you have an opportunity to
buy a first class suit made to your individual measure, inclu
ding an extra pair of pants for less money than most tailors
ask for the suit alone, h's just like buying two good suits
for the price of one, as the extra pants will double the life
oi your suit.
H. L. Pennington returned yesterday
from a business trip to Omaha and oth
er eastern points.
D. M. Leypoldt returned yesterday
from Omaha, whoro ho spoilt several
days endeavoring to convlnco tho fuel
ndmlnstrator that North Platte needed
coal and needed It awfully, bad, and
that cars of coal ordered and In tran
sit, by his company prior to tho strike
should bo dollvcrcd. Ho did not mnko
as much headway In his request as he
"FAIR AND WAlUFEIt AT THE
KEITH Fill DAY, DECEMHElt th
"Fair and Warmer," which will be
presented at tho Keith Friday even
ing, December 5th, Is a farco classic
with a record as a laugh producer.
Tho first act opens on a family dis
agreement between Mr. and Mrs. Bart
lett, married two years, because Mrs
Bartlett- likes parties and Mr. Bart
lett. who cajoles her off to tho opora
with him. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wheeler
desired. Ho returned homo thoroughly , monnwhli0 havo arrived with tho no
convincou mat me coai siiuauon is . tlon thnt they hnvo been lnvltcd to
mighty serious and will bo for weeks dlnn0P 0Il that night. They are dis-
10 como even u me miners snouiu re-. covored to bo as sadly Ill-assorted as
turn to work next week. tho Bartlotts, except that It is Mrs
Soo our new lamps in window ox- Wheeler who is overly domestic ai
traordlnarv. C. M. 'Austin! lowol- Jack who pines for a spree, A deft
or.
BURKE'S
TAILOR SHOP.
91-2
Mr. Hugh Brogan, of Keystone, and
Miss Roso McGlnloy, of Paxton, woro
married by Rov. McLaughlin In the
Catholic church at 8 o'clock Wednos
I day morning. Miss Paulino Ambroslw
and John Brogan were witnesses to the
! coremony. Tho brido and groom went
I to Denver on No. 13, for a short wed
, ding trip. Ogaalla News. Theso con
tracting parties aro well known In
North Platto.
;:o::
Ozark Land.
I havo two detached 40s and two or
thrco outlying 80s that I will soil, cash
or Installments and chonp. Cut over
tlmbor and mostly hilltop land above
lato frosts, and Ideal for orchards, to
i bacco or grass. LOUIS MACEY,
92-3 .Mlddlcbrook, Mo.
Mean Man.
"Why Is Mrs. Gadder going homo to
her molhort"
"She told Mr. Gadder sho would like
to take a little trip next summer
one that wouldn't cost nioro than
$500."
"And what did Gadder any?"
"Th heartless brute replied: I see
by the papers that tho trolley car serv
ice Is going to be Improved." Birming
ham Age-Horald.
Keith, Saturday.
L1LA LEE
"The Heart of Youth"
Sweet romlnlsconcos return with tho
thought of our youth whon mojassos
candy and inlnco pies wcro big and
vital thlugs.
Sunshine Comedy
Wild Waves and Women.
sceno or two, and presto. Mr. Bartlett
and Mrs. Wheolor aro loft alone, fac
ing tho fact that they, aro not only de
serted, but havo been deceived. They
vow a rovengo. Although they havo
no fondness for each other they agree
to sit up togethor till tho recreant,
opouscs return, who, finding them
thus compromised, will bo abashed by
their own wickedness and will reform
As tho clock winds over toward the
U'nn Qinnll nmira tho livn Innnmnta '
can hardly keep awake, and having
heard that drinks were great for keep
ing parties going, they begin to mix
and drink all tho fearsome brows that
ignorance and cellaret can provide.
What happens by tho tlmo tho wan
derers return makes a marvelous
sceno. What happens whon, Instead
of being ponltont and abashed, they
aro outragod and threaten tho extreme
penalty of tho law, makes anothor
(liilto as good. Tho explanations which
don't explain and tho circumstantial
ovldenco which tightens with every
coll, very nearly wrecks tho two
households. And oven at the very
happy ond, Mr. Hopwood tips It so
that a husband who Is really better
than ho should be, Is vrtlually Impos
sible to reform.
::o:;
J. A. Foster Laid to Host.
Tho funeral of J. A. Foster, who died
In Omaha Sunday, was hold at tho
Episcopal church Tuesday afternoon
Rov. Mackintosh officiating.
Tho deceased was born In Bongal
East Indies, April G. 1837, camo to tho
United States in 1858 nnd to North
iPlatto In Decombor, 18C9. Ho sorved
in tho Crimean war from 1855 to 1858,
and In tho civil war from April 29,
1SG3, to Its closo. Following his dis
charge ho enlisted In tho regular nrmy
nnd participated In Indian campaigns
In tho west. Ho remained with tho reg
ulars until tho onrly part of 1869, whon
ho was honoraby discharged.
Boroft aro a wlfo, seven daughtors
and ono son. Tho children aro Mrs
Ethol McMullon, Mrs. Earl Hasson nnd
Cntharlno Foster of Omnhn. Mrs. J. J.
McCarthy of Chicago, Mrs. Frank Scott
of Donvor, nnd Frank Foster, Mrs.
Rred Slmants and Mrs. L. B. Red
mond of this city.
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Pleaso loavo your order for ongravod
Christmas cards, time Is, short. Clin
ton, Uie jeweler. '
Wanted.
Mlddlo aged woman for general
housowork. Work not heavy, three
children in family, everything mod
ern; good pay and home for right
party. Phono or call on Mrs. J. E.
Sebastian, 911 east Second street, tf
OAS ENGINE FOll SALE.
Four horso power Fairbanks gas
onglno In good running order. Brod
beck's Meat Market. 8Gtf
LOTS FOll SALE
I want to sell three lots, location
very desirable, west 12th street. Need
tho money. J. W. LE MASTER . 90tf
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For Salo
One second hand Ford touring body
with Dotrolt winter top, like new.
HENDY-OGIER AUTO CO.
F0H SALE.
Horse, wagon and harness. North
Platto Light and Power Co. 89-3
iiir Cents and Ilobes.
Wo .tako OTders for tanning furs
and hides for coats and robes and for
the making of coats and robes from
furs and hides. Coats rolined and re
paired. 91tf L. LIPSH1TZ.
FOll SALE.
240 aero dairy place, good Improve
ments, ZVz miles to town. Cash rent
Possession now. Inquire at 514 east
Third street after 5 o'clock. 90-1
BESIDENCE'FOIt SALE.
Nlco new resldonco property last
houso on North Maple. For prlco see
L. D. McFarland, 2005 east Fourth
street. Phono Rod 732. 83tf
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HAY
We Buy and Sell
Obtain our Prices.
THE HARRINGTON MER. CO.
INCORPORATED 1887.
Mutual Building and Loan
Association,
Of North Platte, Nebraska.
RESOURCES 0VER0NE MILLION DOLLARS.
The Association has unlimited funds at its command to
assist in the huilding or purchase of homes for the people of
North Platte. -If you are interested, the officers of this
Association will render every assistance and show you how
easy it is to acquire your own home.
T. C. PATTERSON, BESSIE F. SALISBURY,
President. Secretary.

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