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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1920)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JLNE I, 1920.
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YALUATION INCltEASK LESS
THAN TWENTY PEH CENT.
j County AsBosffor Allen Issued tho
ivviiaiQ ubMi.mviit hud IllUl Hill .
"After comnarlnir and onimUxInr Mm
assessments ns returned by, tho var
ious nrecinct assessors iin tn rtntn. T
And the average Incfeaso In real estato
to be less than twenty per cent,
t "Taking that Into consideration I am
pleased to announco to tho public that
1 1 feel as a whole the real estate val
uation for 1920 will bo Increased nvnr
: tho 191C assessment loss than twenty
; per cent in Lincoln county." -
A. S. ALLEN, County Assessor.
J. E. Selby. more famlllarlv knowti
as "Red," has been under quarantine
for small-pox for a week past. He
Isn't a very sick man and whiles away
the time snapping oft dandelion
blooms In tho yard.
RAYBUltX-WICKLAKI) MEETLNftS TO BEGIN
TJie long-looked-for campaign will begin next Sunday
in the Tabernacle erected on the lots north of the Post
office. The main building will be GSxl20 ft. and will ac
commodate about 2000 people.
Evangelist James Rayburn, who is known to a num
ber of people in North Platte will lead the campaign. Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Wickland will have charge of the music and
other things incident to the meetings. - '
This Evangelistic Company is here upon the request
of the Baptist, Christian, Methodist and Presbyterian
Churches. All people who are at all interested in Christian
things shpuld lend their support to the work. Mr. Rayburn
preaches a strong Biblical message that all will admit is
sensible. He does not attack the doctrines of any evan
gelical church but does fight SIN in any form. anywhere.
The program for Sunday will be as follows:
10:30 A. M. "Rebuilding The Wall."
3:00 P. M. Choir Rehearsal.
7: 30 P. M. "Raising The Dead."
The public is invited to ALL services.
egioning June 4 1920
WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE
Tires and Tubes
15 PER CENT DISCOUNT
THESE TIRES AND TUBES ARE
STRICTLY FIRSTS, NO SECONDS
W. H. DIENER & SON
107 West 6th Street
Vclcrniis to Attend Miicanipiuenl. .
Tho state oncumpniant of the Span
ish War Veterans will bo held at
Grand Island commencing Monday of
next weok. Ilnrry E. Brown Camp of
this city will bo well represented at
the convention and among those who
havo announced their intontion nro A.
W. Shilling, A. E. Hell, L. B. Robin
son, .Chas. Crosby. J. W. Rowland,
Luther Tuckor, Ed Scharmann, A. W.
Brown, Julius Hogn, W. J. House and
"W. B. Adamson. Those men will leave
on No. 1G Monday, morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walker, of Lofc
Angeles, spent Tuesday In town pn
route to Oshkosh. Mrs. Walker was
formerly Elma Baker of this city.
A Snle of Women's House Dresses
at $&!; and $4.$. Is on al The Louder
Mcr. Co. Real '$5.00 mines. Save and
hay one or more of these.
.II?1HE (JItlMKS DECIDES TWO !
CASKS IX CITl'JS FAVOlO
Judge Qrlmos this week handed
down doclslons In two dnmngo cases
affecting the city, both of which wore
favorable to the city. One was Iho
enso wherein Dr. McCabo ntnl C. O.
Wolngand asked $5,000 damages for
water backing from tho sower Into tho
basement of tho Ilbtol McCabo, tho
Sto'lolE MrnnT??' terdv and mourned hi s d
wbb duo to attaching tho roof drain aj jjl0 oasis
spouts to tho sewer. Tho Judge's de
cision mndo permanent an Injunction Mr. and Jlrs. John H. Day, loft this
restraining roof drainago from enter- 'norning to attend the' wedding of their
ing tlio sower, but dismissed tho case daughter Mubol In Portland.
as to tho financial damage
Tho othor case was" Umt of Mrs.
George Rogers and Mrs. S. C. Mecom-
bor who each claimed damages of $5,-
400nmdoi tho employer's liability law
for the death of tholr respective bus-
bands who were killed In tho discharge
of tholr duties as-pollcemon. Theso
cases were dismissed by tho Judge
The attornoys for Mrs. RogerA and
Mrs, Mecomber announco Uint they
will appeal to tho supremo Court.
Arrested for ' Stealing Hides.
Joseph Kopf and Fred Sheik, who
livo north of tou-n, Wore arrested Wed- turned last evening from their Wed
nesday on tho charge of stealing a ding trip to Chicago and othor eastern
dozen hides from tho Brodbeck & Sons points. '
slaughter house south of town. Seven m , . ...
of timnn iij.ioo worn tnimn T,,n.,inv Ten new members wero received in-
night when they visited the slaughter
nouso in a car, but after loading in ' "l ""-'uur 1110 "y
tho hides and leaving struck a soft tho now ch,lr-(l was dcdlcatod.
spot and mired tho car. A party was Miss Adolo LeDioyt has accepted a
secured to pull them out, and it was 'position as nows gatherer for Tho
through this party tho ldonttty of the Trlbuno. Courtesies shown her will
mon was learned and their arrest by bo appreciated by tho publisher.
Sheriff Salisbury followed. They ad- ,.",
mltted their guilt and also confessed , J- Bcolo,r' w" l"d boon in Wash
to having stolon five hides previously ln8ton arguing tho Hershoy drainago
which they sold to a buyer at Hershoy. caBQ oforo the United States supremo
Kopf and Sheik hn'd a preliminary court- returned homo last evening,
hearing before Judge Woodhurst yes- For Rent Nicely furnished room In
torday forenoon, pleaded guilty and, mddorn homo. 408 west Third ntroot.
wore bpund over to the district court. Phono 122W.
Expressing a desire to plead guilty In! , ,
tho higher court, they wero taken bo-1, MpB..Doylo camo up from Grand Is
foro Judge Grimes yesterday afternoon 'n,d, yesterday to visit Mrs. A. II. Mc
nnd admitting their guilt wero givenVMu! en R f" atton(l a meoUnB of tho
an indeterminate sentence of from oncflfjai,,eS' Auxiliary to tho B. of R. T.
to seven years in tho penitentiary. W ,Tho city iollco havo started a war
Belleau Wood Mapped by" Marines,
A large relief map of tho section of
frZe Xdm(1sl!cbVl!vUonl Tl ftBtf Ira" E- Morr,tl 01 Omaha, arrived
11 . uLW. : ' Sevm ".m ,,el,0,iytordoy to visit at tho home of Mrs.
bmmb r.,..s ...i- ..r . uu.ug pre-,
.nred I y mm lm;Vorps Typogrnpldcil
- sperts.': t . ..--,;-i' , SskUmp ' '
TJie" liru'p will he 22 feet square, aud
vlll siiow the clmracter of the terrain
.f a territory in miles square.
The data U- tho preparation of this
nap was .secured by a , napping par tv
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" " JUDl irum
AT FAIR GROUNDS.
CORINNE GRIFFITH '
MUTT AND JEFF
BIG -4V" COMEDY J
"The Master Man"
Also 2 reel Comedy
Harems 8c Hokums
Also Elmo The Fearless
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Frank ltoxlo anil ernnri ilauht-
or loft" Inst evening for Ognlnlln.
-tinn.i iuh. .. t, t .1 ... .
1InHJ5 " Jt I ? U,0nt a Ul, f tut
n,v6r8,t" ""ved mo yesterday,
Koitli Neville has boon transacting
business In Omaha for a couple of days
Jim l'etrow returned from Hastings
Jollno Antonldes nrrlved Insf -rt.
lnR fr0m Lincoln, wher ho had been
attending the state university,
Mn nmi iMrs' l'Mrl Stamp left last
oyonlng for Omaha whoro they will
v,H,t frIon(,s for two weeks,
Rev. Roland Mackintosh returned
yestjerduy from Canada where ho spout
two weeks trnnsmctintr IiiirIhobh.
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'T i "rnumiugs tor u u
week and aro being placed In position.
Mr. Kind Mrs. Victor irnlllirnn rn-
tho Lutheran church Sunday, male
against unlicensed dogs and up to date
have killed thirty-one. For tho first
offensive campaign tills Is doing quite
Arthur Rush. Mrs. Morltt Is connected
wlth'rtlie Methodist hospitar in that.
cltys ' ...
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A L McMeans, of Detroit, formor
secrctary.-teasurer of tho Dodge motor
ca comnany, camo in from Denver this
Inorn,nB ,S s?f?S
town as the guest of Joe Schwnigor.
Th0 two mon wero vhood friends in
Conductor Dick Williams returned
this morning from Denver whore ho
wont to secure 'a house preparatory
to moving to that city. He will leave
tho main lino and take a run on tho
Denver branch. Ho secured a houso
near Mr. and Mrs. Fred Letts.
The statement Issued by County
Assessor Allen and published elso
, where relative to tho lncroaso In prop
erty valuation, ought to ease perturbed
minds relative to high taxes. If the
increase In valuation proves to bo
less than twenty per cent, as Mr. Allon
says, few will object.
i Tho Oldsmoblle car stolen from A.
S. Allen's garngo n week ago last night
has not been recovored. About, the
only cluo to tho theft is that early
last Friday morning a garage at Well
flooe was broken Into and oil and gas
taken. Tho tiro tracks corresponded
Iwlth the tiro tread on tho Allen car.
,Tho tracks wero followed for a num-
:bor of miles south and then lost.
iale of Aprons
one day only at
The Style Shop
100 Aprons worth
up to $3.00
FLOOD WATKIIS IX l'LATTIi
WILL HKACH 1017 STAOK.
County Clork Allen hna boon notified
by Dlroctor Willis, of Hrldgoport, that
tho Hood ovorllow ovor tho Pnthllntlor
dam stnrtod y.ostcrday and that tho
crest would reach tho Wyoming-Ne
braska lino next Mondny. It Is prob
able that tho Hood will roach North
Platte about Juno 12th. JMroctor Wil
lis states thnt this flood will reach tho
1917 level, and advised county commis
sioners of,tho countlos along the river
to strengthen weak bridgos.
Tho 1917 stago of tho river was par
ticularly hlgn nnd sovoral bridgos
across tho river wero BWept away
First Ltijlicran Church.
Morning Worship, cloven o'clock,
subject, "Dives and Lazarus." Evon
Ing Worship, oight o'clock, 'Tho Moro
Convenient Scnson Which Never
Comes," Special music. Sunday school
at 9:45 with classes for nil.
Tho strangers and unchurched nro
especially Invited to come and worship
REV. C. F. IvOCH, Pastor,
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Pup Had Not Had Influenza.
Johnny's aunt had not been getting
round with her accustomed "pep"
(nco she had had Influenza, and often
xplnlned her lack of energy and slow
lovements generally by tho simple
tatement thnt the flu certainly left
no with no "pep."
Johnny wns cpmlng homo with her
1 their sedan one afternoon and pass
d'a pup playing with somo children
n tho corner. The pup wns 'a reg
lnr dynamo when It came to yrlg
ling and Jumping around.
"Well, I'll say that that pup never
ad the flu," remarked Johnny.
WILL PAY YOU TO SKK
' E. A. OLSON,
I represent for. Lincoln county one
of tho strongest Insurance companies
In tho wny of hall Insurancp. See mo
abqut tho amount I can Insure por
aero and tho low rate, A company
that has In tho past 23 years paid all
losses as they camo. big or ltttli
Yours for business, E. A. Olson, phone
323; ovenlng 1M0,-
3IEN WANTED TOSKLL GROCERIES
Sclllnir Exporlonco Not Necessary.
Ono of World's largest Grooors,
(capital ovor il.000,000.00) wants am
bitious men in your locality to sell
direct to consumer nationally known
brands of an cxtonslvo lino of gro
corics, paints, roofings, lubricating
oils, stock foods, etc. No cnpltal re
quired. Write todayj State ago anil
occupation. John Sexton & Co., 352
W. Illinois St., Chicago, 111.
Keith Theatre, Monday and Tuesday
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Sadie found a love triangle in her house and decided to
square it. But her "twin souls'? wife couldn't understand how a
thing can be square if it's crooked. Which all goes ro provo a
number of things, including the fact that this rollicking picture
contains oodles of laughs, and the rest one big long chuckle.
;J5 GltAttJSS. LATEST STYLES. MAJfY SHADES.
During my six weeks here 1 sold many dozens of
our raincoats. They are made to your measure and aro.
positively guaranteed to be rain and wind proof. Latest
styles for men, women and children.' They' are the best
money can buy. s
The new way to buy your Clothes. N
Buy direct from the factory and save the middleman's
profits. Besides a large factory makes it possible for you
to choose quality and style.
Take advantage of my short stay here and geb
Leave a call for mo (Phone 46) and I wilU bring my
full display of samples in my car to your hduse at any time
of day or evening or call at
D. A. FREEDMAN,
Agent for the Logan Knitting Factory, Logan, Utah.
Manufacturers of' the famous Utah made-to-measure
woolen underwear, sweaters, macklnaws, slilrts, blankets,
scarfs, leather vests, etc.
Erecting lllg Tabernacle.
A temporary building G lxl 24 foot is
bolng erected on tho corner lot north
of tho poBtofftco In which Will bo held
tho meetings to bo conducted by;.,
Evnngollst James Rayburn boglnnlng1;
next Sunday. The erection of tho build
ing was Btarted Wednesday afternoon,"
I by voluntoors workers under tho di
rection of a carpenter, and Included
In tho voluntoors wore tho pnstors of
tho Presbyterian, Mothodlst, Christian
and Uaptlst churches, and tho passers t
by had to admit that these men wero
real workors and handled hammers
with vigor. Work on tho building was
lntorrutptcd by, rain yesterday, but ,
with added volunteers today and to ;
morrow tho big structure will bo;;"
ready for uso Sunday.
I Notice to Tnxnycrs.
I (The Trlbuno has been handed tho
following for publication by a coimtyv,
I A mooting of tho taxpayers and as
sessors of Lincoln county Is hereby
called for Tuosdny Juno 8th, at North
Platte to discuss adjustment of nxes
: :o: : ,
Hall (ianie Sunday.
Gothenburg nnd North Platte will)
try conclusions at tho city park ball'
lot at 2:30 Sunday afternoon If weath
er nnd ground conditions uro favor
able. Gothenburg has 'strengthened
her team for this gamoond hopes to '
mako North Platto ptay ball- In order
to win. Nonkes may do tho twirling
for North Platto.
C. E. Bedford, an oniployoo of thff
Loador. Merc, Co., returned tho early
part of tho weok from a visit with
rolntlves In Sterling, Colo.
Wo will tnko stock for summer pas
turo at tho Dick ranch, Inquire of
Dick Dvos., 715 west Fourth street; 424
Keith, Tonight. ;
A now star In tho. (11m ranks; V'f
"Would You Forgive"
an absorbing drama based on tllo-,
question: "Should thoro bo a double
stnndard for men and womon?"
Comedy "Wild nnd Western. v
the PALACE HOTEL and looto.
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