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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1920)
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NORTH PLATTE, NEB., AUGUST 6, 1920.
THE NEBRASKA UUlCK CO. l'LACES
AGENCY HERE FOll WESTEKN
The Logan Bulck Auto Co. Is the
latest 'Wholesalo House to locato In
North Platto. It will handlo tho west
ern part ol the state for tho Bulck
peoplo and will soli cars and parts
to dealors only. This will bo a great
convenience to agonts in the western
part of tho stato for tho distance to
Lincoln Is so great and the delays in
getting ropalrs and parts to this part
of the stato is so harassing that deal
ers will appreciate having this branch
tyouso located in tho west. Roy Logan
will bo tho Manager. Ho was formerly
from Fremont whero his family still
reside. M. O. Harrison is salesman.
Ho has had extensive connections with
.tho automobile industry in this stato
and is on tho ground now getting
things In shape. Tho Logan Buiclc
Auto Co. will occupy tho two rooms
the building Just south of Patter-
s North Sldo Drug Store. One of
'these rooms is now occupied by a dry
goods store which is closing out pro
paratory to moving and tho other is
tho room used for a garage, which va
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does not intend to retail any cars nor
do a repair business of any kind. Their
entire attention will be given to
wholesaling Buick cars and parts to
dealers in western Nebraska. Tho
Tribune join tho business Interests
of tho city in extending a welcome to
this now firm.
You will find a few ladies" spring
coats at a very cheap price on tho
Bargain Squaro at Yilcox Department
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TWO ENGINES COLLIDE ' '
IN LOCAL YARDS.
A passongor nglno wjillo leaving
tho local round houso last Wednesday;
collldod with the front oud of a frolght
train and derailed the engine of the
frolght In addition to tearing up co
sldorablo track. All of tho trainmen
escaped by Jumping. A largo crowa
watched tho wrecking crow pick .up
tho overturned engines and in a fow
hours tho tracks wore cleared. No one r
was seriously hurt, although Arthur
Nolan, fireman on tho freight, received
lnjurios to his knee.
FIRST ANNUAL PICNIC OF
Tho first annual picnic . of the
Country Club was hold yesterday
whon about, a hundred and fifty gath
ered at tho club houso in tho after
noon and brought lunchos Intending
to stay the rest of tho day. Golf was
played, Horton Mungci: winning tho
cup. Tho driving contest was won by
Dr. Wurtellc. Tho approach and put
contorst by Arthur Rush In "tho ladles
contest Mrs. Arthur Rush won first
prlzo and In tho ladles approach and
put contest Mrs. Redflold and Mrs.
Geo. Glbbs tied. Many other races
woro staged and everyone enjoyed a
pleasant day, Dancing completed tho
program from nlno to twelve.
Now IVntcr Rates.
An ordlnanco was passed by the
City Council last Tuesdaynlght which
makes some difference In the cost ot
water to the consumers. A service
chargo of forty cent a months was
authorized. This Is in addition to tho
minimum chargo which still stands.
In tho future no discounts aro to bo
allowed. Costs of water production
has made this necessary although
the increase has been postponed from
time to tlmo fwith tho hopo that it
would not bo necessary. The change
takes place August 1st
For Sale Steel range. Inqulro of
As the Beautiful Societv-ButterflytTKoFoundLove
and Romance "When She "thought Her 5oul Was Bead .
"I will show him."
"I will teacli your Kentucky cousin a
-"I never was so insulted in my life."
i'l will pay him off in a way he will
COUNCIL ELECTS ENGINEER TO
At tho regular meeting of tho Olty
Council Tuesday night Chas. Mc
Namara of this city, appeared boforo
tho Council nnd offered a contract for
his employment ns engineer in chargo
of tho paving to bo dono in this city
on Fourth and Fifth streets. His offer
was accopted and ho was asked to
proparo specifications and 'present
them to tho council. Mr. MoNamara
wfts in chargo of. tho .paving In the
THE CHAMBER OF C0&3IER OJr BAND
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V'1 Friday Evening, AUgupl, Cth. '. "
' 'EARL STAMP Director.
March SEMPER FIDULIS.X.
Overture ROMANTIQUE v,-,-
Morccau MlgnonSALUT D'AMOUR
Scrcnata Mexicana MI ROSIRENE
Waltz GIRLS OF BADMN -
Selection TUMBLE IN
March GETHSEMANE CAMMANDERYJi.....
business part of North Platto and is
now putting in twenty-flvo blocks of
paving at Lexington. Ho asked tlw
Council for a preliminary statement
as to tho kind of drainage desired' In
connection with tho paving and ua t
tho width of the street to bo paved
but the members were not ready to
take action. Some favored narrowing
the street to 24 feot whllo others were.
equally emphatla In maintaining the
Htroot at Its presont width. It 18 pos
sible that tho question will bo decided
at the next mooting o tho Counuil.
Tho material to bo uaod wan not do
olded. Mr. MoNamara says that bids
should bo' received this fall so that
rk can be started early In the
spring. Contractors aro closing up
contracts and as thoy gut tholr time
filled the prices go up. So it would pay
to olnse up tho doal this yonr.
Commissioners Go to Lincoln.
. The County Commissioners and
Clork Allen went to Lincoln last night
to meet tho Stato Board of Equallza
tlon In regard to tho proposed raise
In tho assessment rates on Lincoln
County property. It seems that tho
Board has tho notion that Lincoln
County of all tho Counties ot tho stato
ha too low a tax levy. Tho Board pro
posos to ralso tho levy as, much as
fifty pur cent. Tho Commlsslonors
will attempt to show tho Board that
Lincoln County Is only partly farm
ing land and that raugo country
should not bo taxed at tho samo rato
as Irrigated or good forming country
The hearing Is sot for today. Harry
Dixon, Proaidont of tho Chamber of
Commerco and "W. V. Hoagland aro In
Lincoln and will attend tho hearing.
ALL CAMIWIHE GIRLS INVITED
TO GO TO ANNUAL ENCAMP
MENT IN RORERT'S GROVE.
Tho llmt annual oncampmont of tho
North Platto Campflro Girls will opon
Tuesday, August 10th, and" closo on
Friday, August 13th, It will bo hold
In tho grovo oast of town whero tho
Boy Scouts aro camping this wock.
A nominal fo0 of two dollars will bo
charged each girl attending so that
camp cxponsos may bo mot Following
is a list of things each girl should
tako with her: For bedding a pair of
heavy blankots and a comfort Is bub
gostod: In clothing each girl should
havo a pair of dark bloomers, two
middies, a pair of low hoolcd shoos,
n chango of stockings, a swimming
suit, cap and a rain coat .or sweat
er. Other porsonnl cqulpmont Hooded
Includes n bath towol and two hand
towels, two dish towels, a plato, cup,
corcnl dish, knlfo, fork nnd spoon.
Ono evening will bo devoted to a
grand Council Firo. At this tlmo tho
ranks will bo glvon to Uioso who aro
ready and deslro them. Following Js
tho dally program which will bo fol
lowed as closoly as posslblo: 7 a. m.
rising buglo; 7:10 sotting up oxor
clos and morning dip; 7:30 breakfast?
8:30 assembly; 9 to 12 study naturo
work, camp craft, basketry: (Camp
Inspection) 12 m. dinner; 1 to 2 quiot
hour; 2 to 4 craft or individual camp
activities; 4 to 4:20 aftornoon dip;
4:20 to 5 athlotics or short hike; B:30
supper; 7 ovonlng program; 9:30 taps.
Those who havo takon girls to camn
need not bo told of tho wonderful ro-
sults. of living in tho opon for a fow
days playing and working togotlior.
In. ho other placo is tho truo self of
the girl rovoaiod as lnitho frankness
and intimacy o camp life. Character.
istics altogether unexpected -aro suro
to appear In pach girl; If, bad sho will
bco them throungh tho oyoa of tho.
other girls nnd sook to correct them:
If good sho will gain tho rospeot nnd
lovo of tho othor, girls.
In this camp is to bo an uunvnlcd
spirit of Democracy to bo dovclopedby
each girl doing hor sharo with tho
co-oporatlon oftho guardians coming
first. To mnko everything safo for tho
of this Great
LOW WHITE SHOE
$3.95 and $4.95
Yes indeed, there are many, many hot days to follow, and
a pair of these attractive white shoes is just what you need
to finish up the summer season. This is a sale of remark
ahle values and why not, women of foresight, lay in a'
supply lor next summer. , t ;
White Seamless Pumps,
Pumps with elaborate buckles.
White cloth oxfords with military heels,
EVERY PAIR CLEAN AND WHITE
girls a llfil guattV will bo on haud Con
stantly niiil 112s planned to have a
trained, nursojon the camp grounds to
give lossduiwiSrt aid and to roridor
any nsslstnncacctfsary..' 4
Mrs. JI. E. (Jroaby Is In cfiargo of
the Information bureau and shq will
nnnwor any quoatlons. Phono or call
upon hor if interested.
COMMITTEE Ari'EAItS 1IEE0KE
BOAItl) OF EQUALIZATION.
At the preliminary meeting with tho
State Board of Equalization hold In
Lincoln Wodnosday, Lincoln County
was represented by Harry Dixon, Et.
S. Davis, J, G. Boolor, Chas. Ltstou,
W. W. Burr and W. V. H6agland. Tlio.
caso of tho Lincoln County land own
ers was presented to tho Bqnrd ana
tho mattor discussed but no a:Mon
was takoji. Tho final mooting will Vo
McMlclmel Appointed to Park Bonru.
At tho mooting of thq. City Council
Tuosday night tho resignation ot
Frank Elliott from tho Park Board
was road by Mayor Stroltz and ac
copted by tho Council. Tho Mayor
then nominated Councilman Howard
R. McMIchaol to tho vacancy explain
ing that closor.co-oporatlon botweon
tho Park Board would bb possljjlo
with ono of tho members of thq Coun
cil on tho Board. Tho appointment
vas unanimously approved by Itho
Council Pusses Estimate. '
At a mooting of "tho City Council
Tuosday night, tho following report
of tho Financo Commlttoo -was sub
mitted aa tho lovy needed to tako caro
of tho city finances for tho coming
year: "Water bonds 0 mills; sowor
bonds 3 mills; brldgo bonds 1 rtillf
flro statolon bonds 6 mill; park bpnds
mill; paving intersection bonds 3-4
mill; gonoral fund 14 mills; library
fund 3 mlljBi park fund 3 mills; light
ing fund B mills! sowor malntonanco
fund 2 mills; flro department fund
0 mills; comotory fund 2
Jpblico fund 5 mills J cnto'rtalnmoht "
fund 1 mill, Tho Commlttco oxplalncd
that this was almost tho samo lovy
that was mado last year only slight
additions bolng mado to abmo, funds
whoro tho amount raised last yonivwas
Miss Emily Grclr will return to
Ohio today aftor completing hor work
iiV this city. '
For, Rent 14-room rooming houso
ono block oast of dopot partly fur
nished. BIG E. FIfti. ' ' , 002 :
AT THE SUN, Tuesday and Wednesday.
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