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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1921)
NORTH PLATTE, .NEB., JULY 12, 1921.
T(l ViilT'ff?rivl8Uor hor(? yostcrday
$LP DJD VUIJii1 E11 Votaw of'Maywood trnnsnotod
COUNTY C03UIISSIOXEHS ASK FOJl
HUGH SUM roil KEPAIIUXG
: COUNTY UltlUGES.
Ono of tho largost bond Issues over
prosonted to tho voters of Lincoln
County will bo voted upon at a spec
ial olectlon on August 1C. Tho Board
of County Commissioners at a meet-;
ing held last Friday morning passed
tho necessary resolutions calling for
tho election and specifying tho details
of tho i issue, Tho amount needod la
$105,000.00. Part of this lssuo is to be 1
used for repairing tho bridges which
Woro damage) 1 by tho recent llood3,
part to tako up some of tho bridge
bonds now issued and part to allow
for replacement. Tho dotails of tho
plan and tho official oofll for tho
eloctlon will appear In early Issues
of tho paper. While, the sum is largo
It is not moro than absolutely nec
essary to meet tho conditions.
FINE HAND COLORED SLIDES TO
BE SHOWN IN ItUItAL
County Agent Kellogg will bo at:Grand Isiand ntor vistlng his aunt
East schoolhouso In Osgood precinct,
Tuesday, July 12, with a lantern and
a flno sot of slides showing pictures
to promoto tho "Pure Bred Sires" cam
paign. Ho will bo at Spurrier school
house in Nichols precinct on Wednes
day July 13 and at .McNeol school
liouso in Rosedalo precinct on Thurs
day July 14. This Is a flno set of slides
and farmers cannot spend an hotir
any better than to seo '-these free
"SEW BOOKS AT THE NORTH
VIjATTE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Shield of Silence Comstock
Silver Sixpence 2t Saw"
Old Mans' YoutlLi-iSa-iftiDo Morgan
Iho Tryst?- "- Lutz
Gods Couritryt Curwood
Honryana O Henry
Twister Trails Oycn
-,- ,i '" Pnckn.nl
i HUIH.U- '
Broad Walk Wl(lwer '
iiroaa wane ,
Mountebank.- A -r -Locke
Red Masquerade-----.- Vance
John Meyors, of Nowton, Iowa, vis- j
iton local, friends Friday onroutb to
HOW DOES YOUR' CAR LOOK?
If it needs reflninishing, why
out savo time and money by re
finlshlng it yourself with Chi
Namol Auto Finishes? Anyone
can apply them, and as they arc
quick-drying and self-leveling,
yon can finish tho oob in a few
STONE'S DRUG STORE.
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LOCAL AND PEIISONA'L
John Barton of Somorsot
buslnoss In tho city Saturday.
Dr. P. W. Mlllor, Dentist, Kolth
Mrs, Win. Gate loft Friday for
Chicago to spond soveral weeks.
Miss Mary Ellsworth spont tho wool:
oiid In Horahoy visiting hor pnronte...
Prod Stoddard of Lona, Nobr. trans-
l-nnfnrl llllolt.naa In iUex Cn
for Hay Fever see Dr. Shaffer.
Ooo. VanMeter of Flats, Nobr. trans
acted business In tho city Saturday.
Miss Mary Ellsworth spent tho wcok
ond visiting her parents In Hcrshey.
F. C. Plelstlcker and M. ID. Scott
went to Paxton last night on business
Dr. F. W. Miller. Dentist, Keith
J. B. Payno of tho People's Mission
Churchy camo -yesterday from a busN
ness trip wo3t.
Isaac Doats, Omar Huff aiil II. O
Horton left yesterday for Wolcott,
on a two weeks fishing trip.
Miss Margaret Sullivan of Grand Is
land camo tho first of tho week to vis
it her sister Mrs. H. Schloutor.
Miss Lorctta Murphy, City Librar
ian, reports tho increase in book cir
culation for Juno 1,278 books.
Mr. and "Mrs. Benson of DesMolnos,
Iowa arrived Saturday to visit their,
S daughter, Mrs. W. OHphnnt
Thomas Gorham loft yestorday for
Mrs. W. A. Bulflnch of tills city.
Mrs. L. Johnson of Nowman Grovo,
Nobr. camo tho lattor part of the woolc
to visit at tho A. O. Talbot home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Williams and
children loft Sunday for Omaha to
visit Mrs. William's sister for soveral
Miss Bessio Greenawalt returned to
her homo in Paxton Saturday after
undergoing an operation at a local
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grelsor re
turned from St.Paul 'and Spaulding
tho latter part of tho wook whore the!''
have boon visiting.
Mrs. L. 'Beck of Goring and Mrar
Harry Lavina of, Elmcrepk who have
boon guests nt tho jTh. Guiles" home
returned to their homes Sunday.
. When in North Platto stop at tho
Itltner Hotel. Save a placo for your
family. Rooms C0-75-$l. Thoroly ro-
,...nA. .1 ,, ,,
Mrs prank Q Hox,o roturned to
gatur ftftor d, a
tho summer on tho IIoxlo ranch near
Mrs. R. L. Gathers nnd children ro
turned from Omaha Saturday whore
thoy have been visiting. Margaret
Cathors went from Omaha to Chicago
to visit her granjlmother.
Mrs. J. H. Fonda haB returned
from several months spent with hor
daughter in Arkansas. Sho reports
tho temperaturo as very 'hot there
and says sho likes North Platto at
Mrs. Spraglo of Maywood shopped
in tho city Friday.
Mrs. S. E. Butler anil sons loft Sat.
urday for Kansas City to mako their
C0JUU2XV COMMENT ABOUT VlW)
PI.E AND THE THINGS THEt .
A HE DOING HEltE.
Tho Bowlhig Alloy on EaBt Sfi&iJ
i i ... i I
Birmi, wniou nns uoon oporatojl rtf
contly by Smith and Sago has chang
ed hands. Mr. Smith' still ratains hi
interest but Mr. Sago has sold out Ifta
intorost to A. A. Hobs who, formerly
wasJn partnership with Mr,. Sago tyi
tho same business.
A North Platto woman put a fow
dozen eggs in a Jar of wator glass
last sunimer. During tho wintqf
she dipped them from tho jar and
usod them. Sunday sho brought tho.
Jar out of tho collar and waa sur
prised to find ono egg which had
been overlooked. But hor surprise
was increased whon sho broko tho
ogg and found it as good as when sho
packed them. Tho ogg waa used
and after tho members of tho family
had passod favorable judgment on
tho flavor thoy wofo told that it had
' been laid over a year before
One of tho most brlllant paradon
of tho season waa staged Wednesday
morning when Omnha lodgo B. P. O.
E. No. 39 coming in on No. 10 left'
tho train and paraded up Dewoy St. I
r flirt TTMIr 'o TTrtv n n n I lirinlr 4 r '
depot. It was headed by a band of
forty pieces which played stirring
marches at tho depot and during tho tho rlvor yesterday and gavo it a
parade. Tho band wna uniformed in good coat of paint. Tho carpontors
purplo and white which with tho'P"1 UP tho building, tho masons tho
shining silver instruments mado n"ch,innoJr nnd tho flrPlaco and now
brilliant showing. Tho train was on tho painters have put tho finishing
Ifjt wnv west, whom tho fllks will
hold their annual convention .at Los
O'new motor has been installed at
tho "'Air Mall Wlroltila- station "lu' tho
city park which lncreasos' tho powor
of tho station from 2KW to 5KW.
This does not mean much to us' but
when the man in charge safil that
tho Atlantic or Pacific coasts could
now hear North Platto wo got the
idea. Ho also told us that a key U
being put in over at tho airplane
field and that by tho uso of a switch
of some kind tho message could bo
sent direct from tho airplano flold
east of tlio city. At the samo timo an
other message can be sent from the
station in the city park, thus doubling
tho' capacity of tho plant Receiving
wires will bo put undor grounfl at the
Every once in a while someone gets
sick In North Platte and lays It onto
tho wator. And overy once In n while
pur Water Commissioner sends a sam-
plo of the city water to tho state lab-
oratory for examination just to bo suro ;
that tho wator doos not make nnyono route of 24 miles is olghteon hund
sick. Yestorday Mr. Welch showed us red dollars a year with thirty dollars
tho latest report of tho stato laborat-fn year for each mile In excess of 24
ory director on four samples of city miles on tho roiito, tho psoltion is a
water taken from four different parts very good ono. Women, undor cor
of tho city. Usually those samples aro . tain conditions may bo appointed,
takon from the Idcad ends where tho Tho best way to find out is to writo
wator has probably stood for some or call on tho North Platto postofflco
time. Each of tho samplos tested high. I for Information desired.
No coll woro found nnd tho highest, -to;;
bacterial content of a cubic centimeter , Mrs. Hugh Brogan roturned to Key
was 875 with ono running as low as , stono Saturday aftor visiting friends in
400. In closing , L. O. Voss, tho dlroct- tho city.
or romarks tlat thoy found no evl- Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crosby and sons
denco of contamination in nny of the
Storage Prices Reduced
Fords per month $6.00
AU other makes $7.50
Day storage all makes $ .25
Night storage all makes $ .50
WE NEVER CLOSE.
Hendy-Ogier Auto Co.
Fcdornl Court has adjoumod
was an oxponslvo sossion, lasting nl
most throo weoka with jurors, attor
neys and dozens of wltnosson in atton
(lanco. Judgo Woodrough prosided
and nftor tho closing of tho'torm ho
niotorod back to Omaha.
District Court will closo this ovoiw
lng. Tho sossion haa boon n short
one with sovoral cases of Importance
but not of gonornl intorost. Judgo
Towoll of Sidney who was recontly
fippolntod to fill tho vacancy caused
by tho death of Judgo Grimes, waa
on tho bonch and hold this his first
term of District Court hero.
Qoopro Finn, oarotnkor ntaho Free
Auto Camping grounds told ua la-t
rvonlng that an aVorago of 30 cars
stopped at the camp ground every ,lay
InSt WO (I If Snmn dn' M1,.
tw. .nfi.tr- . ..
'car from Now Hampshire was on tho ,aN bcon wamlnoil and approved of
grounds waiting for onglno repairs. by U! tco,m,tto 'ey are do
Thocars have an average ot our por-,clt!r0(l to bo rcal bTO's. Special
soiiB each, making .144 porsdns a dav,
who uro ontfirnlnml llV tlin ritmnihnr nt
Some few weeks ago tho men in tho
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Rotary Club woro ;divldod into two
classes and each started out to have
ft porfoct nttondnnco at tho weekly
luncheons of tho club. Tho side which
,.vus cnpminea y w. u. Aiaionoy won,
tho contest so the W. J. Ilondy bunch
entertained tho winning side at lunch-
eon at tho Country Club yestortlay
noon, in addition to tho rcculnr din -
nor. Captain Hondy In honor of his
birthday, served a flno largo enko.
A bunch of paintora went out to
n flnmnflrn n-lrla trillion nnifl, nf
w.,.t,..v o"" ..v.. v.nonio anfi man 10 mnico a uav or ic.
toucnes on mo uuumng. tuo uamp
fire council la very fortunate In hav
ing tho esteem of tho best men of
the city and tho girls will havo a
hflno lodgo as tho result,
Ono man told us how thoy'JUd H ,oro. no sppico oi uio- new - inuiip
at Maxwell. Whon tho brldgo wna ground nnd told of tho plans for on
in danger and tho fill had overflowed, forcing tho regulations regarding Its
tho Maxwell business men and the use. Garbago disposal was tho prin-
south sido farmers got togothor and
au nuuu an mu unub d".iu vtij
htil tho Jill repaired and south sido
farmers crossed tho brldgo and wont
to Maxwell or North Platte to do
business, Tho Maxwoll people fixed
tho brldgo but tho North Platto peoplo
Juivon't oven thankod anyone for 'it,
Paxton people will bo interested ln
tho announcement of tho Civil Ser
vice Commission that an examination
for rural carrier at Paxton will be
hold, at North Platto on August 13th
This examination ia also to qualify
carriers for other rural routes ln
Keith County that may bocomo va-
Since tho salary of a rural
carrier on a standard
Ifft Monllay for Yellowstone National
Park by auto to spend sovoral weeks.
NORTH PLATTE MERCHANTS TO
MAKE . COMBINED EFFORT .
, TO (UVE VALUES.
F'or thb flr8t llmo 1,1 11 mtmbor ot
yonra' 1,10 '"orotmnts of North Plntto
through tho Chamber of Commerce
putting on a bargain day. Next
fat"rday, ,S th tlmo NorlU r,IlUu
8 th p,no.0' Mr? Umn forty ot tho
"vm, "10 0 avo onroiiod m
1' " " . 1 ll?"G
tlio mercantile Hfo cf
Tho ltoma advortisod
prlcoa aro glvon on all kinds of cloth
ing from box to dresses. Discounts
have boon nllowod on razors, thoatro
jiioKots, carnntlons, carpet swoopors,
tttrMBM; flsh,"e Jod3' alf m cl,
books nnd coal. Sugar, flour, moat
nnd coCoo nro offorcl nt bargnJn
prlcoa. Many othor itoniB-nro) onum-
0 mt,i ln thn ntu-nHlmnnfa wi,mi.
LpponP on tho Intj!do pagos oI Ulfa
ls8U0. rmiirond mqn will lay off in
or(lor to got tho bargaln8 Housewives
J wl bo on hftnd car,y Saturilay morn.
, ,wI11 mako lon trlp3
' . , , ,, n
I LU KUb til U1L 111U DllUUltVL 111 li;UB,
' i,a ,, nrnnPin.ni.a wm ,
WiVII IVM 4fAWj W V tO Mill U L W
j between sales to got somo of tlio good
. things offorcd by tho othor morchants.
Evory ono Bl0Ui(i road tho advortlso-
' . . . . m i
mwv.s i r i zens to support the
HOARD OF HEALTH TO GET
Dr. Claudo Solby, City Physician,
nskoll tho membors of tho Rotary
Club yesterday to assist tho city ad
ministration in overy way possible in
gcteting a bottor disposal of rofuso and
. i. . . i.
cjnal thomo of his talk which was "woll
Tho boy scouts who nro Interested in
forming a Boy Scout Gleo Club aro
asked to moot at tho Franklin Audi
torium Thursday ovenng, July 14, nt
o'clock. This is to bo ono of tho now
organlzalons of tho scouts and will bo
ono ot tho most popular. Evoryono
likes to hoar boys sing when thoy nro
trained as this bunch will bo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. McDonald and
Idnughtor Janet left Sunday by auto
for Estos Park to spond sovoral wcoks
Btrlctlons of uunntlty, makes much
difforonco. Thoy BUffor Just tho same.
Tho cuuso of jhronio stomach
weakness of this character is'pros
suro upon spinal norvos nt "stomach
placo" ln the splno. A disturbance of
tho allgnmont of Jonts at thlB point
causes proasurw. Tlio result is a
stomach weakness that in somo coses
amountB almost to paralysis. Chl
ropractlo spinal adufttmenU will ra
storo alignment nnd removo tho
When your honlth begins dopohds on
you. Conaultation is without ohargo.
Drs. States & States,
Tho l. S. C. Chiropractors.
Building nnd Loan Building
LOCAL AND PEKStWAL
, . .
J- G. Boolor loft yostorday for Oma
Iih to transact lognl business. -
C. V. Turpio roturned Friday from
Donvor wlioro ho transacted bustnoss.
Marco! Kolllhor of Baltimore,-is ok
Iootd this wook to visit nt ho E. F.
Sooborgoi homo. '
Wnyno Rooouorants Is visiting his
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Rosgticrmits this weok.
Dorothy Rosoncrnnts is loavlng
Friday to spcnl a vacation in" Den
ver nnd othor woetorn points.
Tho Board ot Directors of tho
Country. Club mot Friday nf tomoon. A
routlno of business was transaotod.
Milco Hayos loljt yostorday tor
Rochostor, Minn., to undorgo an ex
amination at tho Mayo Bros, hospital.
Tho now-h.rn joy bnby of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernost Grnnnoll, 908 E. Sixth St.,
died yesterday nnd wns burled in tho
G. W. lijciik. who recently had a
norvotia urpHidown, loft for'Xlncoln
Sunday whare he will tako treatment
rnd n coiuploto rest
-Mrs. .r. W. Inyno and Mrs. A. W.
Wilcox (nteitar.od at a ono o'clock
lunchonn jestorday. Tho aftornoon
wag rpwit in playing brldgo. .
Mrs. Ira LaRuo will entertain tho
lndlds of Canteen Company G at n
breakfast, Wednesday morning. Tho
I'ocornf Ion will bo garden flowers.
Mr. nnd Mrs! M. E. Crosby and fam
ily started Monday for YollowBtono
Park. Thoy expect to meot tho W. P.
Snydor family thoro and tour tho Pary
Mr. anH Mrs! Will Flkca, formor
roaitlonts of North Platto, aro visiting
nt tho Miko Hayos homo this wook.
Thoy will roturn to tholr homo tomor
Tho Pioneer Cnmpflro Glrla nro
bulUUus n tennis court in tho 700.
Hook on Wt Fifth. This Is ond of
tlio finest auortB loi tho young glrla
an-l this camtiflrc Is t bo commended
for taking up tho irnttor In such 'i
AH scouts are invited to nn over
night hlko to Camp Roberts on Friday
evening of this weok. Each Bhould bo
iproparcdt to" bak'anUtslcbp ' fanhia own
hook vhllo away, Scout Executivo
Stephens should bo consulted regard
ing tho needs of tho trip.
Tires, Tubes and Ac
cessories. FERD STREITZ
Corner 5th and Locust
Dining room onjoymont waits on ap
petite, but thoro' aro many ravenous
who dnro not eat. To those tho tlln
Ing'room is Hko tho entrance room to
a palaco of horrors.
Chronic indigestion sufforors aro
-not all dietetic fools, nor gluttons. In
fact a healthy stomach, barring abuso
glves.no trougle. Thoro aro many to
whom no change of dlot, nor any ro-
(LIFE AND HEALTH)
TO THEIR ORGANS
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