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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1920)
UlA I, JtAltl:. Editor and lljIItior
LINCOLN COITXTV EVEtNTS
A.NU PERSONAL .MENTION.
Tile acreage of mtgar boot in the
two districts between North Platte
mid the west line of the county includ
t'io Sarben neighborhood has
, 1. ..ch.'d six thousand with probable
Ono Vcur by .Mall, In nth unci'.
Ono l'cur by (,'nrrlor, In inhaiicc. i52.H0 jn..rcaae to 7,000.
- - Mrii. Chan. Kloniger died last Wed-
Entered at tho North Platte, Nebraska , nesday evening of paralyals at the
Postofflco as Second Class Matter,
TUESDAY, .MAUOII SOIb, I IK I).
Kr County Coijimlfiiloiier.
I hereby announce my candidacy Tor
the nomination for comity communion-,
or of the Third DIstrM on the rsptibll
drfn tloltet at the primary election April
0lh( 1920, subject to the will of the
voters, Jwhoe mijiium I respectfully
DAVID H' MARTIN.
For Clerk IHnlrlct (Jourl.
I horoby announce that I have lllod
for Hanubllcan Nomination for Clark
Of District Court subjoct to the will of
Godeker home near O'Fallons.
Albert P. Staples, who made his
heme at the home of his son O. A.
Staples at Hershey, died at Keystone
March 16th at thu age of eighty -six.
He was the father of U. I Staplos of
North Platte, A. J. Staplos of Arthur
and Wm. Staples of Way wood.
Mr.' and Mrs. Hay Morgan, of Her
ts, o o..te.tainod at a dinner party
Sunday of last week complimentary
to Mr. and Mm. Edward Jennings who
were married March 21st.
John Uryan, of Hershey, fluid mana
ger for the America n Uoet Sugar Com
pany, spent last wook in Lincoln
hutuling laborers for the beet fields.
Mr.,. V.'ni. Drownllclri, of Hernhoy.
uasHod away Monday of last week at,T,'f-u
the age of B8. Death was duo to Ltl.j.ie
EVENTS IX NOJIT PLATTE
TimtTV-l'lVi: YEA1LS A0
(From The Tribuno, Mnrch 26, 1SS6.)
The county clork Issued warrants
for llfty-slx coyote scalps In' on day
and it wasn't a good day for scalps
A passengor on train No. 1 pur-
chased a string of beads from the'
"train butcher" while In a doinontod
condition and proceeded to swallow
them -one by one until Interrupted by
the conductor. He was takon off at
this station and Dr. Dick summoned
who "fixed" him .
. llyron CJUlette a locomotive fireman
died while visiting in Michigan. Ho
was a popular employe of the company,
Tho precinct assessors met and
placed the following valuation on pro
perty: Farm land $1.25 per acre,
grazing land B0 cents per acre, Amer
ican horses $20, cow ponies $12, cattle
$8, sheep GO cents, hogs $1.
The county commissioner met in
session and created Garfield precinct.
W. i' Campbell was. appointed Jus
tice of the peace for tho product and
Frolkey appointed con-
At this meeting I. U. llosl-
tho voters at tho primary Election blood poisoning following an attack of , o'Fallon precinct.
April audi, iuzu. Your support win the flu. Tho deceased had lived m wJclf waB appointed assossor for
bo grontly be appreciated. ! Lincoln County since 1885. MgR jj, g. n0nn, county Biipcrin-
W1LLIAM M. UITNEU. Chan. Loypoldt, O. S. Thompson : tondont. announced a special oxamln-
I'or Coi.i.l7wli,illoti..r .and Irl Comstock nro the aldormanlcjatlon for thOBe who wlsliod to lonch
l oi Loiinfj LoiiiinlHHloncr. Icandidatos at llorshoy. G. M. Smith, chool
d. a eai'8f r' ESS? ffiSS Jon. ' UEPot SslS " ' " W , ,T Tl
married at St. Paul March 20th to , SUlte Uank am t10 Greek shine parlor
Miss Myrtle Welsh. Tho groom Is a na,j nrrivod.
son of Mr. and lira. Henry Fulk and Dr. Clark. Charley Price and W. L.
the bride was ono of tho teachers in the Mcac0 llful j)eou ont hunting and in
u i'iuions school i ney win maae crossing tho old railroad bridge oast of
thr.ir liome on tho Fulk farm. , town which was also used as a wagon
In tho declamatory contost at j bridge nt night were met by a train.
Sutherland last weok Jack Moyors ro-Tho mcn n.rC(1 their guns to nttract the
ceiveu nrst piace in me oratorical , cnginoer's attenion, and tho train was
oislon of the republican voterH
JOItN R. RITN13R
j'J For tho first time during the forty
oars that I have resided in Iilnooln
bounty, I am asking for the support
of tho voters. I am a canuKluto tor
tho republican nomination for county
commissioner from Uio I'lrst dletrlct
and will appreciate Uio Htipport of the
votors at tho primary election to be
hold April 20th.
J. 13. KOONTZ.
l'OIt CLUltK 01' DIHTUICT COURT
I announco that I am a candidate
for tho nomination for Clerk of the
District Court .t tho inimary election
April 20th. I am tho present incum
bont of tho offlco, and If you feol that
my past services Iuito been satisfac
tory I will be glad to liavo your sup
port for a rc-nomlnaUon.
GEO. M. IMIOSS13R.
, ' Beautiful, strictly modorn 14 room
liouso, gnrago, chicken house, 4V6 lots,
curbed drlvoways, south-east comer,
beautiful lawn, shrubbery. vino
hodgos, about forty largo olm and
other shado trees, small fruit' troos
and bushos. It would take years and
three times tho mony to roproduco
this property. Lowilcd at 1203 West
Fourth Street, being In tho vory best
resldonco pnrt of tho city. Part cash,
good torins. Will consider other de
sirable property In part trado. A real
bargain at $15,000.00,
II & 8 AGENCY,
west of Suhorland.
At tho village cancus at Maxwell J.
W. Elliot and 13. E. Ellonwood wore
nominated for villago trustoos. Jim
Elliott is the former North Platte
A box social will be held at the Max
well school building the ovonlng of
April 1st. A program of music and
readings will bo rendered.
Mrs. Robert Lewis, Hazel Lewis and
Vivo Lowls, of Maxwell, have gono to
Excelsior Springs for the benefit of
tiie Intter's health. ,
J. G. C. Akcns has begun tho erec
tion of an opera house In Wallnce.
The building will bo 2Gx90 feet and
built of brick or tile.
O. II . ICennoy has purchased the
Charles Farmer general merchandise
store at Wallace.
Ono hundred Wallace pcoplo ten
dered a surprise shower to Mr. and
Mrs. Itnval Ponce, wbn wore lately
wxcuiBivo Agents. nmrriod.; Tho newly-weds rccjoivod
: ' o : many presents .
Christian Church. Mr. pOWors Is enlarging and addiirg
The Pastor will conduct meetings a nuInl)0r of Improvements to the grnln
each ovonlng this week, beginning at olovator nt Wallace.
8 o'clock. Subject for tonight "Christ's j ::o::
Las Public Teaching." Short services . ' '
will bo bold for children of Junior ! Hanch of 15 ncres on west Ninth
ago at 7:30 -each ovonlng.
class, iuewa JWOiNooi m tno dramatic 8iOWG(i ,i0wii, but not enough to pre
class and Hlldred Wlig in tho hum-, ent a colliHlon. Doth horsoB were
orous class. . I killed and tho buggy demolished. The
Jake Miller spont a day or two In me nia(lo thoir escape by, jumping
the Sutherland section last week pros- from t10 buggy and taking to their
poctlug lor oil by trying out a machino lieoi8 toward the end of tho bridge
ho carried. Tho working of tho tiiey had entered,
machino indicated oil both east and Tll Tjcohi countv auricultural
'street Joining city. Good house now
orfirnire !Cx20. now chicken houno 12x32.
bwciilsli Mission Alerting-. with Rlnsa covorod scratch shod for
Proachlng by Itov. Iandburg, of 'winter, horse barn, cow barn; land all
Gothenburg, Friday evening, April 2, foncod and cross fenced. Priced for 30
at 7:30 nt tho samo placo as usual on days at $S000. Call at 1S0G west Ninth
North Locust street. All aro invited to street or phono Black 3D0.
attond. 21-3 ' n. n. iikndeuson.
Hundrods of now Eastor suits, coats Clinton & Son, Grndunto Opticians,
and frocks to choose from at P.LOCKS. boo Mmm for Service. tf
society was organized by the election
of B. I. Hinninn President, Isanc
Dillon Vice-President and T. C. Pat
terson Secretary. Tho society start
ed with 120 members who had paid
Into tho treasury $240.
Miss Anna Norris, the Unitarian
minister, was subject to criticism by
Rev. W. Vessels, Methodist minister,
because she permittod a danco to be
held In Unitarian hall, where she hold
Lester Eolls and Chns. II. Stamp
wore candidates for city treasurer,
John Noary and C. H. Ormsby for
mayor and 13 . C. Dixon, W. D. Conklin
and Rev. Vessels for school board.
L. Ogllvoy was given a verdict of
$1.8(10 in tho district court against
tho Union Pacific. A train of the de-
fondant company run into a bunch of
cattlo that had congregated on tno
tracks and killed about sixty head.
A middle need man accompanied by
a pretty, young girl nrrived ip town,
and on the following train an,, Irate
young man arrived. Tho latter walk
ed down tho cast side of Spruco street
with a gun in his hand looking for tho
middle aged man who had run off
with his young wife. Sheriff Dangs
itook tho gun man In tow before the
latter met tho man he wanted to
shoot. Tho young wife was taken to
her husband, she repented of hor folly
and tho man who oloped with nor
was given thirty seconds to get out of
Found blcyclo outside of Ten Cent
Store. Owner can havo same by paying
for this ad. ' 21-tf
That we have one of the
ohn Deere ImpSemeats
Mirnmieniii iiiiiiiATHiawBaw-iiBimitjm yiFin'iiii urn
re - roaster
MEKS AND YOUNG M
Al! of them go at one price.
These are of exceptional values
in single and double breasted
models belts or plain. Special
, That most unusual offering of true
i; blue,, fast color wire woven pure voiv
sted serge suits for men and young
i men, standard single and double
J breasted models. Sizes 36 to 44.
; Special Price
COME IN AND GIVE THEM THE ONCE OVER
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN.
ever shown in Western Nebraska, You
are invited to come to the building
known as the Old Lloyd Opera House
and look over our show room.
m I m
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
Kndorso fanip Tire Girls.
Tho Travel and Study Club wish to
extend courteous endorsement and as
surance of moral support to tho Camp
Plro Girls in their campaign for mem
Mrs. W. II. McDonald, Secretary.
One Minute lMcuso
I havo not sold out. Any ono want
ing monuments or cemetery, work
please call at Hote' or Phono 300. 35
years In the Granite and Marble busi
ness in North Platto; G kinds of gran-
ito; 4 kinds of marble.
23-1 W. C. niTXBH.
Drayinjr of All Kinds.
Having purchased a truck and re
entered tho light and heavy draying
business, wo sollct a share of the pat
ronago of tho public. '
OLD LINE TRANSFER CO.,
Splcer & Breczo.
Phone 2 17, Huffman's Cigar Store. 23-S
: :o: :
For Sale Resldonco on west Second
streot. Phono Red 112S. 17tf
Span of big mules, weight 2600, 7
and 9 years old; also ono mule
weight 1000. Address R. L. Doug
las, North Platto. or phono 792F013.
Black Minorca eggs for setting $1.50 j Nice largo home grown elm trees for
per setting or $10 per 100. Inquire of Pllle. Mrs. R. Owens, 215 oast Twelfth.
utto iUesmor or pnono uoi'i4. is-u . Phono Red
Gamble with Springer.
THE CHAIN SYSTEM
No, 1, 220 North Locust, l'lione 20.'$.
No. 2, 11C East 1J Stroct, lMiono 190.
No. :t, (121 East Fourth, Phone S71.
No. 1, 821 West Third, Phono No. 7.V
THE QUALITY STORE
fii'riVi a Full Lini of High ii-ndo
Groceries, Fruits arid Vegetables in Season
Cur Motto is '"Quality Gooiia ai.d Gouti Etivite
at Reasmmble Prices."
Call in awl tell us if you want Quality Gorr'j, t-hcap goods we
do n l handle.
Phone 212 R. G. STEGEMANN 813 N. Locust
I have the
on hand to
Real Estate Mortgages
Bought and Sold
T. C. PATTERSON
Building & Loan Building
e Home 1
NOTICE TO CHEMTOKS."
Hstate No. 17S4 of E. R. Raworth.
necoasjHl, in tho County Court of Lin
coln t'ounty, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, ss: Credit
tors of said estate will take noti'
that the time limited for pro. i n'
tiou and tiling of claims against nani
estate is Jgj atli,1920, and for set
tlement of Raid itte is March 25th,
1921, that I will sit at tho county
court room la said county on April
20th, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m. and on
July 29th. IMO, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
to receive, examine, hear, ajlow, or
adjust all claims and objections duly
W. H. r v i . i
in30-t County Ju.Irp
eels 1 unro
ri i.ahlc Fltttiic Smut Night ami Day
fur v iir Fain., -ic tl.is Plant in Operation
North. Piatie Plumbing
& Heating Co.
. 106 E. 6lh Street.
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