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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1920)
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
.jElsio Hoaston loft Monday for
Mrs. William Stuck spent last week
Wo grind our own lenses. Dixon &
Fred Elliott returned Monday from
a visit in Denver.
Go j. Gibbs transacted business in
Denver this week.
Miss Bolva Flynn camo the first of
the week to visit friends.
Dr. Howard lost, Dentist, Twlucin
Building. I'hono 307. 77tf
Supt. Llttel accompanied the foot
ball team to Lincoln yesterday.)
A baby boy was born Saturday to
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hermansen.
.James Flynn left yesterday for
Lincoln to attend tho football games
NOTICE Our salo ends Saturday
night Oct. lGth. C. M. Austin, Jeweler
Emil Loypoldt and CharleB Sluder
Tfdro fined Sunday for auto speeding
Emil Loypoldt has accepted a pos
ition at tho Williard Servico Station.
Mrs. Thomas Long, of Denver, is
visiting at the homo of Mrs. Tatum.
Dr. Morrill. Dentist, office over
Wilcox Department Store.
Albert Badgett loft tho first of the
wepk for a week's visit in Salt Lake.
Mrs. R. H. Stock left tho llrst of
Uio week for a short visit in Arnold.
Charles Boguo loft tho llrst of the
week for Laramio to transact busi
ness. Mrs. J., A. Guynan, of this city, who
has been visiting in Schulyer returned
jMrs... Noah Sherr. of .Columbus. Is
visiting at' tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
: Beautiful diamonds at Dixon's at
reasonable prices, in the newest stylo
Mrs. F. 0. Johilson and children
left tho first of tho jveek for Stroms
burg to visit relatives.
A baby girl was born Saturday to
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dorram, all con
cerned aro doing nicely.
jf EE Lm aaa
How 'much and which ones for
Friday and Saturday Only, Oct. 15 and 16.
OCT. 15th AND 16th.
Another large shipment of BROOMS.
1 Fancy Parlor Broom (only 2 to a customer) each .48
1 Can Light House Cleanser 05
1 Bar Lava Soap 07
3 Bars Cream Oil Soap 25
v20 Bars Laundry Soap .92
Six Bars P. & G. White Naptha Soap 4S
Six Packages Star Naptha Washing Powder 28
2 Cans Lewis Lye ' .25
iy Lbs. Navy Beans -25
2 Lbs- Fancy Japan Rice .25
3 Pacakages Soda 24
2 Large Packages Corn Flakes 38
3 Package E C Corn Flakes 25
1 Large 45c Package Crackers 35
1-4 oz. Bottle Vanilla Flavoring 35
l-i, lb. Can G & S Cocoa .25
1-iJlb can G & S Black Pepper- 25
Six" Packages Matches ' 35
1 Bushel Potatoes 1.35
1 Largo Jar Apple Butter 45
1 Large quart Jar Trevejo Jam 58
1 Large 14 Oz. Jar Prepared Mustard 15
1 Large Package Quaker Oats 34
1-5 lb Can Calumet Baking Powdler 1.00
1-5 lb. Can K.C Baking Powder 75
1-48 lb. Sack Best Guaranteed flour 5.05
1 lb Can Coffee - 45
1-3 lb Can Coffee - 1.30
1 lb G & S quality Coffee 40
1 lb G & S Silver Nut Oleomargarien 35
l-15c Glass G & S Mustard : 12
3 Cans No 2 Tomatoes .42
3 Cans No 2 Peas - - .42"
3 Cans No. 2i2 Hominy .44
Get our prices on potatoes.apples cabbage and onions for
winter. These prices are good at all four stores.
Mr and Mrs. Chas. Boguo and
family loft Inst ovonlng for Lincoln
to nttond Uio football gamos.
Miss Babo Cooney, of Overton, who
has been visiting in this oity for some
time loft last Monday for hor homcj
Eyog tested by tho lntost motliods.
Dixon & Son.
H-iry Ellus was lined fourtoon dol
lar ami oigthy cents last Saturday
Jr. the County Court for speeding,
Miss Adolo LoDloyt loft last-ovcning
for Lincoln to visit Miss Elsio Wal
temath and attend tho football gamos.
Tolil-Du-Nord Gingham ?.G0 value
special $.35 at tho A. T. Johnson
Rev. Ivos. of Sidney, who" hae bcon
visiting at tho homo of Rov. and' Mrs.
Mackintosh loft Monday for oastorn
An Iygorsoll for tho boy. Dixon, tho
Charles Rinckor, Joo Plzor and Mor
ris Williams roturned laBt Sunday
evening from a short visit in Grand
I have a . vory new assortment of
trimmed hats in all colors and suit
able for all ages in my ?G.50 depart
ment. VILLA WIIITTAKER Block's
Second Floor. t
Miss Doris Dunn left Monday for
hor homo in Sutherland after spending
somo time in this city on account of
Judgo Grimes and Attorney James
Kcofo left tho first of tho week for
Chappel whero the term of court is
Miss Mabcllo McFarland left yester
day or Grand Island to visit Mr si
Herman Schlouter and will accompany
her homo Sunday
Mrs. L. H. Kirk, of Denver, who has
been visiting at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Knlff left tho first of the
week for her homo.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A Blanchard,. of
Evanston, 111., who havo been visit
ing at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Morris left Monday.
To whom are your going to sell your
Hay and Grain? Tho Harrington Mer
cantile Co. will offer tho highest
The Ladies of tho Methodist Aid
Society huvo chosen Dec. lGtli as tho
date of ther Annual Bazaar.i, The
place to bo announced latere
Only two more days to tako advan
tage of our unusual discount sale
Do not miss it. Salo ends Saturday
night. It means $ to you. C. M. Aus
One of tho attractions at tho ban
quet given to-Prcsldont Gray and the
other Union Pacific officials, last Mon
day night was a Night-Bloomlng Cer
eus. Tho plant was secured.from tho
North Platto Floral Co. and four or
five elegant blossoms appeared during
tho banquet. Tho plant waB later
transferred to tho show window of the
Derryberry & Forjjes store.
SALARIES OF ,
THKUK IS 3fO SHOKTAGK OF
TKAOHOS WHEN GOOD
SAl.AMKS AIM! PAID.
North Platto schools arc paying bet
ter sulnrlos this your than over be
fore and yot tho Hoard of Education
is not payig enough to Its toachors.
In order that tho patrons of the
schools may know what is being paid,
wo havo aecurod a copy of tho salary
roll and herewith present a sum
mary Tho Superintendent rccoivcd$3.200;
tho Senior High School Principal $2,
250;, tho Junior High School Princip
al $1,800: two men teachers receive
$2,000; ono toachor receives $1,700;
two at $1,250; eighteen at $1,500;
two at $1,450; nineteen nt $1,250; nine
ut $1,100 and ono at $000. Tho last
named is doing supply work for tho
first somostor only. All salaries aro
on tho basis of twolve monthly pay
ments nnd represent tho remuneration
for tho year.
Tho salaries of regular teachers de
pend on tho preparation and service.
Special teachers aro secured at reas
onable salaries, each being selected
on account, of his or her special fit
ness for tho place and each Is paid a
salary adeqauto for the preparation
and fitness. During the wnr the
shortage was caused by tho demands
of tho government for trained women
in its servico but sinco tho war, tho
troubles of the North Platto Board of
Education in tho matter of teacher
shortage wore caused by low salaries.
Now that mor'o money is available,
the Hoard has wisely decided to spend
it in paying more to its teacher em
ployees. UNION PACIFIC' PAY ItOLL.
In his talk at the banquet Monday
evening, Mr. Bare had expected to
mention the monthly pay-roll of the
Union Pacific but questioned tho pro
priety of doing so at that time. How
ever ho says ho learned from the local
officials that the total disbursement
at this terminal for the month of
SeptfcinV waa a littlo in excess of
three hundred thousand dollars. This
is equivalent to distributing twenty
nino dollars to each man, .woman and
child in North Platto. September, was
of course, a big month, larger than
tho average month, but business in
this old world must become very stag
nant to reduce tho Union Pacific pay
roll at North Platto to loss than $200.
000 por month.
HONOllK!) (JUKSTS AT ItlJCKPTION
Rev. and Mrs. It. O. Mackintosh and
son John were tho honored guests t
a reception given Wednesday In tho'
Episcopal church basement. Tho pro
gram consisted of music by Miss
JjColla Dorram and Robert Dickey, a
solo by Miss Helen Bonner, a reading
by Miss Adelo LeDIoyt, and a solo by
Mrs. Shriveiv J. Q. Wilcox gave tho
farcwoll address and presented them
with a beautiful servico of silver as
a token of appreciation of what their
pastor had done for them,. A lunch
was served by tho Ladles Guild at tho
close of tho program.
NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS.
Water bills wore duo Oct. 1st and
will, becomo delinquent after Ocd
20th when servico may bo discontin
ued if not paid. All parties who
know water bills aro not paid will
pleaso sco they aro paid by Oct. 20th .
No bills will bo mailed out.
IIEIISIIEY S. WELCH,
Staring him in tho face was a pearl
handled twenty-two in tho trembling
hands of a decidedly pretty girl. For
getting that sho had tho drop on him,
Jim Benton doubled up with laughtor
and though ho did not know it at the
time, ho was pierced through tho
heart Not by a bullet from tho twenty-two
Oh, No-but by ono of Cupid's
fatal darts. If you want to know tho
rest como to tho Crystal Saturday of
Monday and sco Roy Stewart as Jim
Owing to tho financial condition ot
tho North Platto Country Club, tho
Fromcr Modal Contest has boon post
poned as it was Imposslblo to get
suitablo prizes. Thero Is a Class Club
contest to bo hold, which will start
Sunday, October 17th. This Is to bo
hold without ontranco fco. Pairs will
bo 6olocted and posted in tho window
of Nowton's store.
Tho United States Civil Servico
Commission announces an examina
tion for rural carrlor at Brady and
Ingham, to bo hold at North Platto,
Nov. 13th. Full datalls can bo secur
ed by addrosslng tho Postmagtor at
knowing something of
in this vicinity since the first day
of June, 1919?
Number Tires sold from June
1st, !9I9, to June I, 1920,
Number of adjustments twelve
or less than 2 per cent.
Does this mean anything
ffi Wefare still offering this high class merch- j
ffi andise at greatly reduced prices, as follows: In
SIZE PLAIN NON-SKID TUBES.
30x3 $13.25 $2.75
30x31 15.95 $(7.95 2.90
31x4 23.00 25.25 4.00
32x3a 19.85 21.30 3.30
32x4 25.35 28.30 4.25
33x4 26.90 29.70 4.45
34x4 26.95 30.30 4.80
32x4a 33.65 37.60 5.65
34x41 35.95 41.95 5.95
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