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The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, December 09, 1919, Image 5

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Store Hours 9 a. m. till 5 p. m. Store Hours 9 a. m. till 5 p. m.
XMAS
GIFT SUGGESTION:
MARK THIS
LIST
This list was prepared for your
help and convenience. Look it
over carefully and mark what
you want; BRING IT WITH YOU.
Our line of Christmas gifts em
braces selections for every
member of a household, from
grandma and grandpa right
down to the baby.
We have what you want at the
price you want to pay for it, and,
remember that our name on a
box is a guarantee of QUALITY.
-1 Ml I
We Have -tfwSe
c$firistmaJ
For Bady
Photo Frame
Silver Buttonhook
Siver Pusher
Locket and chain
Baby Ring
Silver Cup
Brooch Pin
Set Baby Studs
Set Baby Pins
Napkin Clip
Silver Fork
Feeding Spoon
For Mother
Gold Thinible
Veil Pins
Silver Toilet Set
Boudoir Clock
Gold Brooch
Gold Watch
Pearl Necklace
Diamond Ring
Velvet Hand Bag
For Brother
Lodge Emblem
Pocket Knife
Shirt Sets
Cuff Links
Cuff Buttons
Watch Fob
Watch Chain
Watch
Sot Ring
Necktie Holder
Scarf Pin
For Sister
Fancy Hat Pins
Cut Glass Perfume Bottle
Manicure Set
Set Ring
Silver Mesh Bag
Ivory Toilet Set
Silver Ash Tray
Leather Collar Box
Pocket Knife
Initial Ring
For Father
Pocket Knife
Diamond Stud
Watch Chain,
Watch
Lodge Emblem
Pipe
Fountain Pen
Cigar Case
Cuff Links
Cuff Buttons
Diamond Scarf Pin
For Grandpa
Fancy Pencil
Stick Pin
Set Scarf Pin
Cuff Buttons
Case for Glasses
Shaving Set
Purse
Watch Chain
Watch
.PJP? i
For "Her"
For Grandma
Sowing Set
Parisian Ivory Pin Tray
Set Gold Pins
Bed Room Clock
Silver Mirror Frame
Silver Thimblo
Ring
Brooch
For the Home
Toilet Set
Silver Cigarette Case
Shaving Sot
Set of Brushes
Bracelet Watch
Jewel Case
Vanity Set
Locket and Chain
Gold La Valliero
Gold Brooch
Diamond Brooch
Diamond Necklace
Diamond Ring
Ivory, Toilet Articles
For "Him"
Set Silver Spoons
Set Pnlves and Forks
Silver Cuttlory
Silver Crumb Set
Cut Glass Fruit Dish
Silver Fruit Dish
Silver Bread Tray
Siver Vegetable Dish
Silver Tea Set
Sliver Cake Basket
Cut Glass Water Set
Pipe
Watch and Chain
Diamond Scarf Pin
Initial Cuff Links
TON9 The Jeweler,
Sign of the Big Rihg.
LOCAL A3fD PERSONAL
Miss Wllla Rauch has accepted a
position at Clinton's jewelry store dur
ing the holiday season.
Wanted Liberty bonds at market
price. Louis LIpshitz.
Misses Pauline Ambrosler and Grace
Pease, of Paxton, visited over the week
end with friends in town.
Your homo is in need of a good
clock. See that there is one thero this
Xmas. Dixon, tho jeweler.
Miss Bertha Thoelocke came up
from Omaha Saturday to spend a few
days at tho homo of her brother, 0. II.
Thoolecko.
Hlrschfeld's, tho storo of practical
gifts for men. 94-G
.J W. Tanner, of Scotts Bluff, was
tho guest ' Sunday of "Jim" Clinton.
These two young men were "buddlos"
in tho servico.
To whom are you going to sell your
Hnv nnil Grain? The Harrlnfrton Mer
cantile Co. will offer tho highest
prices.
RnnHnl Kettlo rendered lard. Brod-
hnoit'a Mojit Market. Ot)U 1
Do your Christmas shopping at
Block's Year End sale. With a small
doposit wo will lay away any article
and hold It for you until uunsunas.
Dlxou & Son grind their own lenses.
Harrison Penwoll, of Wood River,
and Miss Anna McLano, of Cozad, wero
marrlod in this city last Thursday by
Rov. II. E. Hess.
Give him a signet ring for Xmas.
Comploto lino at Dixon's. Prlco $2 and
up.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Woingand return
ed yestorday from Omaha whoro" Mr.
Woingand had gono to attend tho state
convention of hotol men. That ho is
recognized as ono of tho loading hotel
men of tho stato is ovldonced by tho
fact that ho was elected president of
tho association for tho ensuing year.
Dixon & Son, Sight Specialists.
Hair pins of now pattern, Dixon., the!
Jowelor.
Mrs. C. A. Lowell and two sons who
had been here for several weeks dur
tng the illness of the former's father
returned to Chicago yesterday. Thoy
wero accompanied by Mrs. Miltonberg
cr who will spend the winter in that
city.
Our entire stock of fall and winter
suits of sllvortono, broadcloth, French
serge and velour at one-third off tho
regular price at Bock's.
Thos. Colo returned Saturday from
Casper, Wyo., where he was called by
the death of his son. Ho received
word of his son's Illness and left im
mediately, but owing to delayed train
sorvico ho did not reach Casper until
after death had ensued.
It is not too Iato to order magazines
for Christmas presents or for your
personal reading. Mrs. F. G. Rector,
phono 537.
95-2
Mrs. C. A. Dill, of Chicago, is visit
ing relatives and frlonds in town, hnv.
lng arrived Saturday. Hor principal
object in coming was to attend tho
sixtieth wedding anlvorsary of hor
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yost.
Think "ED" when your watch needs
repairing. Ho is at Frator's and fixes!
watches RIGHT.
Tho army recruiting office which)
has been opened in room 238 of tho I
federal building in charge of Sorgeant'
G. F. Johnson and First Private Frank 1
Wells, will bo continued for not less
than four months and may bo madoj
pormanont. Sorgeant Johnson has
brought his family to town. j
Seo our show windows, a flno lot of
ladles' wrist watches, 100 to soloct
from. Suro to pleaso. C. M. Austin,'
jowolor. I
Tho Harrington MorcantiloCo. of
this city and Carl Wickstrom of Her
shoy havo Jointly purchased tho hay
crop In stack on tho Pawnee ranch.
Tboro is betwoon throo and four thous
and tons. Tho intention originally
was to bring cattlo from Idaho to the
ranch and feed tho hay, but this plan
has been abandoned.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Loudon returned
yesterday from Denver whore they
spent several weeks visiting their
daughter.
An Edison in your homo will Xmas
a happy one. Dixon, tho jeweler.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rush returned
Sunday from Omaha, whence they had
gono on their wedding trip. They will
bo at homo in the 300 block on east
Sixth street
Platinum and gold bar pins, pearl
beads, cameo brooches, flno for Xmas.
C. M. Austin, joweler.
Order for closing does not effect tho
North Platte Plumbing and Heating
Co. in regard to burning lights. Tho
above firm are agents for We&torn
Electric farm lighting plants and have
ono on demonstration In their office,
usingt heir own power for light. Adv.
Girl's coats nnd dorsses In sizes 2
to 14 years of ago at a discount of 20
per cent at Block's.
Tho Lutheran aid society met Thurs
day at tho homo of Mrs. Gooriro Wil
son. A snlendld sunner coiiRiRtinir of
fried chicken, mashed ;potatoos, fruit
salad, hot biscuit, snow nudrilnir. calm
and coffeo was served to tho eighty
members present. Mrs. Wilson was
assisted by Mr. Roy Bunnell and Mrs.
itay snyder.
Wo would llko to call your atten
tion to the exceptionally good values!
in ladlos' Tiffany, ruby rings at $5.00.
Dixon, tho Jowolor.
Major Fred J. Wurtello and Mrs.
Wurtollo arrived in town Friday and
wJU visit frlonds for ten days. For a
numbor of months past Major Wur
tollo sas been stationed at tho West
Point military academy as surgeon. It
is probablo that ho will recolvo hlB
dischargo about January first. Wheth
er ho will return to North Platte to
rosumo his practico ho lins not at this
tlmo fully docidod.
A clovor lot of attrnctlvo tricolletto
droses in navy, black, and heavor
brown, embroidered or beaded, are
shown at Block's' for unu-ually low
price"
MAYOR STRE1T7, ISSUES -
MUCK TO TUB PllUJC
Under instructions received by ni
December Gth, from Mr. John A. Ben
newltz, regional fuel director, tho city
fuel commission arc limited in the is
suing of fuel orders to tho first live
classes of the priority llgt issued nftor
tho nrmlstlco, nnd to those under cer
tain retrlctlons, some of which fol
low: All retail storos, Including groceries,
and meat markets.
All manufacturers, wholesalers,
brokers and commission mcrchnnts.
All laundries, all offlco buildings
nnd offices, nil harbor shops, nutomo-
lnio shops, offices and salesrooms, to
be open only from 10 a. ni. to 5 p. in.
All drug storos open from 10 n. m.
to 5 p. m. far regular business. Pre
scription clorks may bo on duty ns
may bo necessary to fill proscriptions
but must not sell any merchandise but
drugs.
Public sorvico gnragos must hot sell
gasoline, oils or other merchandise be
fore 10 n. m. or after 5 p. m. Tem
perature shall not oxceed 10 degrees
F.
All churches must closo except for
a three hour period on Sundny morn
ing. All mldwcok services must be
dispensed with.
All public schools, colleges nnd oth
er Institutions of education shall close
except that proper provision may bo
mado for housing boarding studentB
and faculty.
All theatres, moving pldturo' shows,
danco halls, pool halls, bowling alleys
nnd all ther places of amusements
shall be closed including lodgo rooms.
Hotols, restaurants and rooming
houses must confine their sales be
tween tho hours of 5 p. m. nnd 10 n. m.
to sleeping accommodations nnd meals
nnd refrain from merchandise sales
during theso hours.
All window displays and other un
necessary lighting must not bo turned
on.
By following theso Instructions nnd
doing all in pur power to consorve
both light and fuel, tho fuel director
assures us that nil will bo done that
can bo done to keep diverted to us
enough coal to keep this community
from suffering.
Let us all work in harmony, laying
aside selfish interests and hopo thnt
conditions for all will soon Improve.
A. F. STREITZ, Mayor.
To the rurclinsIng.J.'ubllc.
It Is not our desire to keep the hours
that have Iwen wished on us. Decom
. r Is al vays n busy month nnd in the
past wo worked onrly and late nnd We
could scarcely get our work dono.
Wo havo purchased for Xmas wishers
n very fine lino of goods and tho hours
nro far too short to satisfy us in till
ing your wants and disposing of our
goods bought oxpressly for your
Xmas.
Our storo is full of Xmas shoppers
each day selecting glfU which thoy
either take with them or havo re
served. We could wait on a fow more
onch dny at prosont nnd it would holp
materially to avoid a congestion tho
last fow days.
Wo will do all possible to holp you
with your selections nnd do our ut
most to give you tho best of sorvico.
Step in and havo the nrticlos reserved
you havo In mind for tho occasion. Do
not delny. Yours truly,
O. M. AUSTIN, Jowolor.
. :;o;il
Exceptional values In high grndo
coats of seal plush and Yukon seal at
Block's Year End salo.
:o::
Have a Columbia in your homo this
Xmas. Nothing will mnke it more
pleasant theso long winter evenings.
Dixon, tho jowolor.
An order from tho fuel director
closed the theatro, making it necessary
to cancel tho date of "Tho Mnsquerad
er." Thoso having tickets can rotnrn
them and get their money Wednesday
from 2 to 5 and from 7:30 to 9 at. the
Keith box office.
For Salo Seven room modern
house, two full lots, fruit and shado
trees, garage and other out buildings
Easy terms. 320 south Elm. C. E
McLane. 02tf
FOR SALE.
Now modern houso, oak finish, corn
or location, with very little oxponso
could bo m rule into a doublo house.
Ront from half would mako goodly
payments on property. Priced at
cost of construction. Phono Red 834
::o::
Wanted.
Mlddlo aged woman for general
housework. Work not heavy, throo
children in family, ovorything mod
ern; good pay and homo for right
party. Phono or call on Mrs. J. E.
Sobnstlan, 911 east Second street, tf
TAXI SERVICE.
First class taxi sorvico. Day and
night. Phono Black 72G. Chostor
Warren, Manager. 90-5
Balance like ront buys G roon. en
tirely modern stucco houso, gnrago for
2 cars, corner lot. Call owner, Black
021. 92tf
LOTS FOB SALE
I want to soli three lots, location
very desirable, west 12th Btroot. Noed
tho money. J. W. LE MASTER . 90tf
::o::
Losb-r-On Saturday, Novcmbor 29,
boweon tho Bakor school and North
Plnttc, bale of binding twino branded
Dorryborry & Forbes. Finder will
lenvo at Birgo's lumber offlco for To
ward. W. A. Frnzler. 94-2
Hlrschfeld's, tho storo of practical
gifts for men. 94-G
Hirschfold's, tho storo of practical
gifts for mon. 94-G
Hlrschfeld's, tho storo of practical
gifts for mon. 94-G
::o:;
Buy furs llko dlnmonds from a re
liable source. Furs' aro truly regal
gifts. Our stock of furs 1b now nt its
best. Malco your selections early. Tho
Leader Mercantile Co.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Jeter leave Thurs
day for Los Angeles whero thoy will
visit their daughter for a month.
Court Adjourns
In ordor to conservo coal tho De
cember term of district court was ad
journed yesterday morning by Judgo
OrlmoBujiUll January 5th. Whon tho
JurymflirT-oportod for duty yesterday
morning thoy wore dismissed bv tho
Judge until tho abovo dato.
: :o: :
Have a phonograph in your homo
this Xmas. Dixon handles tho Colum
bia and Edison,
Furs! Furrfl No more dolightful
gift, none more npproclntcd. Tho big
gest lino of good furB in tho city aro
Bhown by The Leader Morcantilo Co.
Tlioro seems to bo no lot up of
freight traffic over tho Union Pacific,
nnd train and engine men aro putting
in all tho timo Uioy want. Sovon
trains of freight dally nro sent out of
this terminal to Donvor with coast
traffic that is diverted over tho Donvor
& Rio Grande rond.
For Salo Largo Radiant Homo hard
coal stove. Pjicfoo lyack 140. 95-4
In the United Slates District Court,
Tor tho District of Nebraska,
North I'lalte Division.
In tho Matter of Frank W, Cnmpboll,
Bankrupt
Case No. 73, in Bankruptcy, Volun
tary Petition.
Order of Roferee on Proceeding? for
Discharge.
In said District on this Gth day of
Docembor, A. D., 1919, before Waltor
V. Hoagland, Roferee In Bankruptcy
ut North Platto, Nobraska.
This causo camo on for hearing up
on tho filing nnd rending of tho bank
rupt's petition for Dischargo and it is
ordored thnt a hearing bo had upon
tho sumo on Uio 15th day of January,
A. D., 1920, boforo said Court, at
North, Platte, In said District, at 10
o'clock In tho morning and that no
tlco thoroot bo published in tho North
Platto Tribuno, a nowspnper printed
in said District, nnd that all known
creditors and otlier p'orsons In Interest
muy nppenr at tho said tlmo and place
and show cause, If any thoy. havo, why
tho prayer of said petitioner should
not bo granted. And it is furthor or
dered by tho Court, that tho reforoo
shall send by mall to all known credi
tors coplos of said petition and this
order, addressed to tliom at their
places of resldcnco as stated.
WALTER V. HOAGLAND,
d9-12 Roforco In Bankruptcy.
Notice to Creditors
Estate No, 1G7G of James C. Penning
ton, deceased, in tho County Court
of Lincoln County, Nebraska,
Tho Stato of Nobraska, ss. Credit
ors of said estato will take notice that
tho tlmo limited for presentation and
tiling of claims against said estate Is
April 9th, 1920, and for settlement of
said cstnto Is November 1st, 1920, thnt
I will sit nt tho county court room in
said county on January 9th, 1920, at
9 o'clock a. ni., and on April 9th, 1920,
at 9 o'clock a. m.( to recolvo, examine,
hear, allow, or ndJuBt all pluims and
objections duly tlloo, ',
(SEAL) WM. II. C. WOODHURST,
d9J2 CoUnty Judgo
I
The Unkind Razor
A razor that "chews" instead of shaves is not likely to
make a good impression on the victim. You simply can not get
a good shave with a dull blade.
Neither can you get satisfactory telephone service from a
poorly equipped and operated telephone company. But what
can the telephone company do if it lacks funds to meet
expenses ?
You can't expect capable men and girls to work for any
concern which is unable to pay them fair .wages. And you know
by experience that what stood for fair wages two or three years
ago will not meet expenses today.
Telephone wages and upkeep must be taken care of by tho
people who use the telephone. That is certainly reasonable. So
it is plain that the service you get can be no better than that for
which you pay.
In other words tho rate you give tho telephone also decides
what the telephone can givo you.
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE COMPANY

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