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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. C. 13. Ward of Sutherland wns in this city yostordny. Bllllkon shoos for children at Wil cox Dopartmoilt Store. Don't fall to add "Jlarglo'' to your record list. Dixon's Muslo Shop. Mrs. Vomon Drewor of Ilershoy spontycstorday in tills city. Infants' wear of all kinds at Wil cox Department Store. J. A. Kunkel loft yesterday for Chicago to transact business. It. M. Cathers left yestorday for Hastings to transact business. See the now spring silks at new prices at Wilcox Department Store. Dr. J. Tti. Itodflold was In Maxwoll yesterday on professional business. Omar Koten left Saturday for Wheatland to visit friends nml rela tives. Mrs. D. K. Plerson and baby left this morning for their homo In Osh kosh. , ' Miss Margaret Kunz left yesterday for Hyannis, Neb., whore sho has ac cepted a position. ' 'A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs, Nellcn tho first of tho week. All aro getting along nicely. Ladles' Queen Quality oxfords for spring 1921 aro being, shown at Wil cox Department Store. A baby girl was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. John Vernon. All con cerned arq doing nicely. A largo variety of Fox Trots from which to make your selection. Dixon's Muslo Shop. C. It. Strieker left Saturday for his home In Sutherland after visiting friends in this city. Mrs. Geo. Trexlcr and son Louis returned Sunday from Greeley, Colo., where they spont a feiw days. Buy yourladlc3" wool and silk and wool hose at Wilcox Department Store. Elmer F. Brunner loft Saturday for his home in Sutherland after trans acting business In tho city. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Inman left Saturday for Arkansas to "spend sev eral weoks with relatives. Leon Stone arrived home yesterday from Denver whoro ho has been em ployed for several months past. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Den returned Sunday from Arapahoe whero they visited relatives for several days. Miss Villa Whittaker left last oven lug for Chicago to buy a stock of spring millinery for her new shop. Miss Ida Ottenstein entertained several friends Sunday evening at a tea at her home at 315 West Third. Miss Lillian Hoppe returned to her homo In Lexington yestorday after visiting- at the Fred Waltemath homo. Miss Elsie Dunn was removed to her home yesterday from a local hos pital after an operation for appendi citis. The Local Council of tho Campflie Girls will meet at tho home of Mrs. Ada Turpfe. 220 AVest Sixth St. this Mrs. W. T. Wilcox ana daughter Lucille will entertain a number of friends at a six o.'clock dinner Thurs day ovoning. Miss Sarah Kelloy went to Ogalalla yesterday after spending tho week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Kelly. Mrs. W. M. Heyso is reported to be quite ill at her home In Council Bluffs. She was formerly Miss Alice McClurred of this city. W. C. Shelver, Trainmaster for the Third Division has leased the houso at 509 West Fifth and will reside thero after this week. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Popejoy will leave tho latter part of tho week for the east where they will do tho spring buying for tho Stylo Shop. Mrs. George McGlnley entertained tho Lady Forrestors yesterday after noon at her homo on West Fifth St. A dainty lunch was served. Mrs. Mary Dunn will arrive today from Grand Island to visit at the Chas. Hayes home and attend the Catholic Bazaar and Supper. Mrs. Maurice Bailey .left yesterday for her home after vlsitng at the home of her son Ernest Bailey. She was ac companied homo by Mrs. Bailey. Black Cat hosiery for women and children. The line that has been the standard for over 25 years. Sold only at Wilcox Department Store. Tho S. B. Parr residence at 509 W. Fifth was sold this week to Stove Mc Williams for $4,700. The salo was made through the II. and S. Agency. Carrol Stevens, Theodore Payne, George Dent, Donald Yost, Wallace McWlUiams, Louis Drost and Denver Wilson spent Sunday in Sutherland. "Whon I'm Gone You'll Soon For get" and "When You're Gone I Won't Forgot" aro two pieces you can't for get. Get them al Dixon's Music Shop Milo Skinner, who was convicted by jury in District Court, of incest, was sentenced yesterday to not less than twenty years In tho .penitentiary. Chas. Yost returned Sunday to Fre mont whoro ho attends Midland Col lege. Ho had spent tho week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Yost. Sebastian Schwaiger is reported to bo critically ill at his homp on East Fifth St His sister, Mrs. Anna x-u-lack, of La Grand, Ore., Is expected; this week. Tho Phllos Guna Club lias postpon ed its meeting from Wednesday, Feb. 2nd to Friday, Febr. 4th. The mooting will bo. hold at the homo of Mrs. C. W. Saunders. Dean Chas. Fordyco, an export on silent reading, will bo in the city in tho next week or two. Ho will give reading and montal tosts to the var ious pupils as ho Is stressing silent reading. Along with tho big production "Tho Devil," at tho Sun Thursday and I-rl-day wo will havo Buster Koaton in his best comedy, "Tho Scarecrow." Yon will remember him in his last ono whero ho built tho portable house which was tho oaue of convulsions LL THE WO Dutch Auction f. I mm . L ri M h5iSr 1015 f v 9604 y WARNING! Don't Wait You'll Be Disappointed. LOOK! READ! ACT! THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST UNIQUE SALES OF THE SEASON. THIS SALE INCLUDES EVERY WOMAN'S AND MISSES' SUIT IN THE STORE. THE FINEST THAT'S MADE, THE NONE BETTER KIND; YOU'LL FIND AMONG THEM SUITS THAT WERE MADE TO SELL AT $125.00 ARE IN THIS DUTCH AUCTION SALE. OUR POLICY, AS USUAL, TO NOT CARRY OVER A SINGLE WOMAN'S SUIT FROM ONE SEASON INTO ANOTHER MAKES IT NE CESSARY FOR US TO CARRY OUT THIS FLAN. PRINTERS' INK COSTS TOO MUCH MONEY TO RESUtlBE EACH SUIT IN EVERY DE TAIL OR THEIR REAUTIFUL STYLES AND COLORS. YOU MUST SIMPLY SEE THEM, YOU CAN NOT HE DISAPPOINTED. YOU'LL FIND SIZES IG, IS AND 20 YEAH SIZES AND WOMEN'S 0 TO 17 SIZES. NOT ALL SIZES OF EVERY STYLE, RUT ALL SIZES IN THE DIFFERENT KINDS. THE STYLES ARE ALL THE KIND DAME FASHION AUTHORIZE AN I) THIS SEASON'S REST. EVERY SUIT Group 1. TUESDAY, .FEBRUARY 1st, Your suit in the .house that is left WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2d, Your pick of any woman's suit in the house that is left s THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3r, Your suit in the house that is left FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Ith, Your suit in the house that is left SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, Your suit in the house that is left Notice Our Great Breaking the Buyers' Strike Sale Continues. Multitudes of People ara Being Benefitted. Given Away Free TAKE IT FROM US, AND COME MONEY WILL BUY FOR LESS FREE SUITS AFTER 6 O'CLOCK ON SATURDAY NORTH PLATTM SEMI-WEEKLY Of All the Finest Women's and Misses BEST THAT'S MADE SUITS Only 4 Days Left Don't Fail to See Them. ea REDUCED $2.00 DUTCH AUCTION of all SUITS" COSTING UP TO $125.01) STARTS AT $10.75. pick of any woman's .$43.75 $41.75 -pick of any woman's 090 7P pick of any woman's 097 7 C tj)U I if U pick of any woman's, $35.75 .SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 5Ui AFTER S:00 O'CLOCK in the afternoon eveiy suit in group 2 will drop follows: Al ililUi All suits from group 2, your pick of what is left At 1:00 all suits from group 2, your pick of what is left Al -1:210 all suits from group 2, your pick of what is left 1 :u 5s00 all suits trom group 2 your 1ick of what is ,oft 011 7P Al 5:.'l0 all suits from group 2 your pick of what is left GIVEN AWAY FREE AT 0:00 O'CLOCK ALL THE SUITS FROM GROUP 2 to any women present that can wear (he sizes that are left. AT THE START AS YOU WILL OET FIRST PICK AND GET YOUR CHOICE OF THE BEST SUITS THAT THAN ONE-HALF VALUE. COME, DON'T LET YOUR NEIGHBORS B EAT YOU TO IT. BE ON HAND. DRY GOODS . WOMEN'S READY ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY TRIBUNE EACH DAY Group TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1st, suit in tho group that is WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2d, suit in the group that is left 2. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Jld, Your pick of any woman's suit in the group that is left FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Mi, Your suit in the group that is left SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5Ui, Your p'ick of any woman's 01 D 7P suit in the group that is left 1.3 1 1 O in price $2.00 every 30 minutes as .$17.75 01P 7P $13.75 l) I III u 0Q 7C TO WEAR CLOTHING SHOES xJ. E. NELSON, MANAGER 60 AT i Sale 9.263 U AS FOLLOWS: DUTCH AUCTION of all SUITS COSTING UP TO $75.00 STARTS AT $!W.75 Your pick of any woman' 007 7E left ! 1 1 u Your pick of any woman's , ME 7K 19 7P pick of any woman's 001 7P hid I I Notice Every Day New and Bigger Bargains are Gotten Out and I p,Qced on Sale at Bier Retuc- lions than Eyer Before. MHSHSS Given Away Free GIVEN AWAY FREE AT W 6 O'CLOCK THE LAST DAY Id of laughter. '