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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIDUNB
WHAT OTHER PAPERS SAY INTKIIESTINO ITEMS IROJI EX CHANGES WHICH REACH oim DESK. ocw 'em ecial Suit Sale i In looking over tho football score. one notices that Cozud featured In the tw o .largest scores of tho season thua Mr. iVorth Platte defeated Cozad 17G to 0. Last Friday Cozad walked on Farnnm to tho tuno of 174 o 0. Where oh where, does that class Far nam? Gothenburg Times. The Hershey band is meeting reg ularly ovory Friday night at tho Odd Follows' hall. Tho boys are coining nlon? fine, and in a short time will bo able to glvo an account of themselves). A good, live band is one of tho best, "boosters' any town can have, Are you boosting for your -homo town band? Horshoy Times. -- The Frontier Days which was to bo put on hero Wednesday and Thursday wore postponed a day on account of tho very bad weather., Late today, Thursday, we learn as we go to press late, that one of the riders was injur ed quite severly when he was thrown from a horse and stepped on by the animal. His wife was sent for, as ho was quite bad, but now it is thot he will come out of it first rate. Wal lace Winner. Little Dortby JSowuon entertained sixteen friends yesterday at her home in honor of her third birthday. Tho Knights of Columbus will hold an initiation of a largo number of candidates Sunday. Initiation will bo followed by a banquet. Mrs. C. S. Trovillo entertained tho I members of tho Cathojic .Choir at a delicious chicken dinner at her coun try homo Sunday. STARTED THIS WEEK We hoyc divided all of our Ladies' Fall and Winter Suits into three groups' and expect to clear our stock in a few days selling, We have forgotten costs, on these garmants and are pricing them cheaper than you were ever able to buy the same quality. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Dolph wero de Ughtfully Buprlsed at their home Sat urday evening by six couple in honor of their sliver wedding. A . six o"clocU dinner was served.' . Miss Helen Bonner entertained at a Halloweon party Saturday evening at the homo of her sister Mrs. W. H. Cramer. Tho season's greetings and colors wero carried out in dec orations and refreshments. GROUP 1 I 39 g v GROUP 2 1 29 I GROUP 3 19 If you want to get a nice stylish outfit for less than you ever bought one before you will have to get busy now. Aldwln Bertha entertained a nuni ber of his friends Saturday evening at his homo at a costume party.' Decorations wero carried out in the Halloween stylo and a pleasant even ing was spont in games. Wilcox Dep artment Store STRANGE To kill a coyote accidentally and also In self defense Is an unusual oc currence, to say tho least. Bob Jag gor experienced such an accident the while ho and TIge Towers wero out hunting chickens. As the story goo3 Tige had frightened tho animal from his lodging and looking tho -tvTo huntsmen had decided to devour Bob, tho smaller of the. two, first. Bob was faced in an opposite direction and turning 'quickly discharged his No 20 gauge shot gun, killing the wolf instantly. Maxwell Telepost. John Hawley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hawley, entertained a number of hia friends last evening at the Hawley home. The evening was spent in games and Halloween re freshments wero served. . spent in games and Halloween prankB. A two course lunch was served. Miss Ida Lampaugh entertained tltfrty friends at a Halloween mas querade party at her home Friday evening. Many clever costumes wero worn decor a dainty lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Win, Booth entertain, ed at a supriso party Monday even In honor of Miss Ina Smythe. Tho evening was spent in cards. Mrs. Honorable W. M. Stebblns of Goth enburg, who .served In the legislature of 1911, 1913 ad 1915also the con stitutional convention of 1920, is being strongly urged by his friends to file on. 'the Republican ticket for State Trecfsuor. If Mr. Stebblns can bo In duced to enter tho race, ho will cer tainly be a very strong candidate, as he has a very wldo acqualntan'co and is very favorably considered by rea son ot his splendid record In serving tho public, Which, 1th his high, moral A standing and long successful buslner.fi experience, makes him eminently qualified for the highly responsible position. Brady "Vindicator. Ly Uic 'guests! The house was Murray, won the ladles prize and rated lnthVBeaWB' colored Arthur Peterson won tho mens pr ze. The guests snowereu Alias amyiiio with handkerchiefs and at the close Tho Loyal Workers of the Christian 0f tho evening a delicious duck sup church enjoyed, a musuuerudo party pCr Was served. Friday evening In the basement of the . church. A round of Halloween games ; pne ninth grade class of tho Jun had been planned for tho members loy High School held a Halloween and a pleasant evening (was spent, i party (Saturday evonlngin tho Frnnk RofreshmenLs were served. ' Un, Auditorium. The hours from eight to ten. were spent in games and con tosts mid from ten to eleven In danc ing. ' The faculty and parents iwero -also- invited guests. Rcfresh- monta wero served. The Ploner Gampflro and friends i enjoyed a progressive 'party lasi evening; Tho first' paj-t or tho ovenlng was spent In games at tno homo of Miss Lidia Adams. The houso was decorated in Halloweon colors. A lunch was served at tho homo ot Miss Gwendolyn McRoynolds. The Ladles Auxilliary to the B. o! R. T. entertained their families at a Halloween party Saturday evening in the Labor Temple. BecomUon: wero in keeping with the Hallo ver:i Heason and the hours were pleasantly Miss Evelyn Loypoldt entertained the momberg of tho Senior class and Imembers of tho North Platte and Bay ard football teams Friday evening ut imp iimnn nt :i Halloween narty. The Loypoldt- homo was bewltchlngly lihrnrntoil In Halloween colors, cats tind witches. An evening of games and stunts was enjoyed. At tho close of if :.: :.: :.: :.: :: .: j.j :.: i.i it if :.: Tee Tta . Tift ISiggest r Q fl nee aensanofi in ears. The Greatest Washer Ever Built in a Gigantic Sacrifice Sale REGULAR $170.00 EDENS 0 While They Last You Save $80.25 A BIG JITNEY DANCE at the LLOYD OPERA HOUSE NORTH PLATTE Warm when it's Cool Cool when it's warm EVERY Thursday & Saturday EVENING. A real brand new floor. No stairs to climb. LADIES FREE- j.: j.j if j: it if if i. A QUIHT VhMV. j the evening a Halloween lunch was nerved, Fifty guests' attended the party. Mrs. J. B. Rodfleld and Mrs. Itobt. Dickey cntertalnod at a series of one o'clock luncheons Friday and Sat urday at tho Redfield homo. A kenslngton followed each luncheon Tho color scheme was In keoplng with tho Halloween season. On Sat urday Mrs. Prior of Maxwell am: Miss Gibson gave Bovoral readings Covers were laid for fortyfour guests each day. Announcement has been mado of tho marriage of Leo Eyorly, boh or Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Eyerly of Her shey and Miss Edna Bunting of Hershey to take placo In Laramie tomorrow. Miss Bunting attended the local schools and was a former resident of North Platte. Mr. Eyerly Is now employed In Laramie where tho young couple will make their future homo. This couplo Is well known In North Platte and ha many friends horo. J. .W. Collins last Thursday. Tho afternoon vraa spent In social con versation and an advortlsemont contest Tho first prize was won by Mrs. J. E. Schram and booby pn. by Mrs. G. Bphbacftor. Tho nov officers took thotr places for thr coming year. They aro as follows, Mrs. C. Cypher, prosldont, Mrs. .. W. Collins, vico prosldont and' Mrs F. E. Kronquest, secretary and troa urcr Dainty rofroshmonta wero ser ved by' tho hostossos. Tho following were present: Mrs. J; W. Collins, Mr. J. E, Schram, Mrs. Jno. Connor, Mrs. II. C. Hahnioyer, Mrs. Goorp Rohrbachor, Mrs. F. E. Kronquest, Mrs. Fred Ekberg and Mrs. Nelson. Ir. L. J. KIIAUSK, Dentist, X-Haj Diagnosis .McDonald Hunk Building Phono 07. :o: - - Clinton & Son, the Eyq.'GlasB Men. Servieo and' Satisfaction. ! in bring your frond? to dine. A place whore tho greatest care Is ox ekelsud in the selection of the food materials. A place where the cuisine Is uxciulstte, where tho china and'eut lery is tasteful, and tho surroundlnga pleasant. This Is such a placo. Come and enjoy It. HOTEL PALACE AND CAFE. Ernest Rinckor. loft Saturday for Kansas City to attend tho Omcrloun Lttgion convention. .15 IS Nor The factory has not reduced the price. Tho EDEN is still regularly 25170.00. This special price is subject to with drawal at a moments notice. After ths sale tho EDEN will go bock to the old price. Buy This New 1921 Model EDEN With Free Service for One Year and Save $50.25., i rata w Tho Rotary Club and ladies holu a Hallowe'en party at tho Country Club last ovenlng. "Tho mombers, j dressed in rural costumes woro dlr-! iL'cted to meet at dlftoront homos and J a tractor pulling two hay- racks ' callectod thorn and convoyed them to ' Hip Club hoiiBo. Here the decora tions woro in hooping with the ldou of the party and Btunts were used which caused much merriment and pleaMuro. Tho refreshments wero an Important part of tho evening. About thlrty-flvB couples attended. Ed Kierig. Auctioneer ciieral Kami Sales A Speclaltynlft itciii Kstiile. Ilcfcrt.'iict'H alid ' l?utM 1 i Nii'.ioiuil Hunk. North Platte, Nebraska. V & Powf-r About fifty members ot the Key Htone Sunduy School cJhbh, or Youn. .Married Coiip),eti C1rb of tho M, E, c-liureh held a Hallowe'en party t the home of Mr. and (Mrs. H, A Brooks on eaut Fourth street laet ovening. Everyone oauie miuked nd' tharo woro many beautiful and com ical coatumes worn. H. A. liropkn reproKcnting one of our -modern vamps woh a "knock out" and eeYeru;, others ran him a close race for hor ore. Gnmoa, and con teats were on gaged in during the evening unifu nice luncheon wu served after hlch the gueeU UepArtd, declaring i. io he a most delightful evening. Tho I. 0. 0. F. Club hold Ifr annual meeting at the home of Mm, XOVJCMIJKH II BOO It IIS ON SALH NOW VOCAL INSTRUMi9H'l-,A,li DANQB. N0VB17PY Tires, Tubes and Accessories- FER SIRE1TZ VULCANIZING CO. Comer 6th and LociiBt, Phone h'ifiW. 6 1 have leased Mrs. Mar tin's houso moving outllL. Anyone wishing work dono call 304 East 10th Street. DAVID YOUNG. Roberts Music. Co. 110 East Front St.. flUW. M. HENJtY OILFOVIj Toucher of Yolco Culture and the - Art of Singing , liee. Studio 10S V. 3rd. P'.;or.c 1147?