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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
WILSON TOUT. Editor und Publisher,
Entered at the North Platto, Nobraska
Pbstoftlce as Socond Class Matter,
Woalfteof tho soone e .turned and
routimod our upward Journoy."
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1D22.
Thoro has boon aoino complaint of
tho Chamber of Commerco becauso It
solicited tho memberships of tho rail'
road men, tho farmors, tho profou
slonal mon and tho business men and
then spent most of Ita tlmo looking
after tho retailor. To meet this ob
jection, a committee of retailers Iiuh
boon appointed to look after their
own lntorosts and this committoo
composed of MeaserB Malonoy, Block,
Hlrschfold, Llorlc and Nolson will
havo chnrgo of any movomonta which
aro csBontlally for tho benefit of tho
rotall merchants and which concom
them moro than nnyono elso.
. Further news from Lincoln tolls
of the University oloctlon and tho
bucccbb of three North Plntto boy.
Roynoldn, Simon and Tottonhoff. Tho
lattor lead tho ticket and almoMt
tripled tho vote of his nearest com
petitor. , These follows wero placed
on, a tjoltot which ntpod for equal
representation and opportunity for
all whether frat or non-frat. a oo-
oiiorntlph of all for alumni wcok and
moro lntorost by nil Btudonts In
athletics and othor nptlvltics. The
onllro North Platto delegation was
nctlvo In tho Origin of tho movomant
and during'( the campaign and thnt
accounts for" ttio ' unusual" nuntbor of
North Platto nion on tho ttckot
Wo ackno.v:o;Ic an Invitation to
attond, tlo ' mooting- of tho UlgiteOl
Community Club on Fobr. 17. Tho In
vitation Is algnod by tho Dncholors
who nro to furnish tho ontortninmont.
Qur visits to surrounding commun
ities depend Upon tho gonoroslty pt
our friends who havo cars or upon
tho stato of tho roads for .bloyclo rid
ing. Wo understand that thoro iuo
dnly two bacholors in tho Club and
they havo promised to onllst tho aid
of. nny mqfdop ladles of about thohv
own ago .who can bo found In that
neighborhood., If thoy nro successful
It will. Bhpw that a community club
may sorvo moro purposes tlian ana.
"Wo shall certainly accept tho lnvit
ntlon If wo aro ablo, becauao wo. want
boo what tho bachelors can do.
VVltdn tltc mm goes down all llf
la Biinilofiod to go torost and Hloep
but Is not the cueo. Animals
like rftico, under covflr of darkness,
oomo out of hiding and porform tholr
llfo work of building homos, securing
food and mating. Those animals would
darkness. These nnlmals would In
llicreuso In numbers bo that they would
over run tho earth wore It -not for
the nice bitlanco which Is maintained
by cortaln enemies, who also come out
at night und hunt them for food. Chlof
of those Is the little screech owl
which is found all ovor Lincoln coun
ty but not In great numbors uny
whorc.At dusk It shakes itself out of
tho Blumber of tho day and starts out
to find his supper or Khali wo call it
breakfast. Its screech strikes terror
into ovory wild thing In its vicinity
and nil scamper for cover. A flush
and the quivering mouse Is in the
strong grasp of tho feathered night
watch and his days of destruction aro
over. All night long this search Is
continued and tho number of des
tructive mlco Is lessoned or our friend
goes hungry. However It too often
happens that whllo ho Is slooplng
noxt day somo human shoots him. Tho
Dopartmont of ' Agriculture wnrns U6
that owls arc our frlonds and wo
should protect thorn. Tho Jittlo
scrooch owl Btuya on tho pob all win
ter and ho must sometimes havo hard
slodlng for during tho heavy snow
thoro nro no mlco and It Is uncortain
how owls exist. Thoy stay here dur
ing tho summer and mnko a nest In
a hollow stump or tree whore tho
joung are raised.
In a recent mnll wo found a com
munication from Miss Llda G.' Cndy,
Principal of -tho Platto Valloy School
in this county Inclosing a beautifully
writton oxorciso in tho 10th grado Eng
lish. It Is a study In paragraph writ
ing by Glarlnda Strolborg ono of tho
pupils in nor school. Hero is tho
"Halfway up tho hill wo turnod und
lookeifdown on tho'boautlful valley.
It afforded a broad viow for sovoral
miles.-Tho vlllago -nestled snugly at
tho foot and from our vlow looked like
u mlnlniuro habitat of fairies, with
groon lawnu, cozy homes and flowery
parks. Uuyoud tho village us tho river,
soemlngly a sllvor thread and on each .
sldo tho ovorhanglng troes formed a,
dark border. Tho surrounding farm,
housoB.'.lookod to bo but a fow foot
' uparlwith their neat plots, their
bustiHind stir, and tho grazing cattle '
whfchnippoarcd llko moro toys. Then 1
having quietly absorbod tho quiet
Mrs. II. E. Mitchell and Mrs. John
13. Edwards will entertain at a din
nor party Thursday evening at 7 p
Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Cochran win
entortain at a dlnnor party Tuosday
evening at 7 o'olook.
Mrs. Mnbol Edon of Ogallala undor
Woiit an oporatlon in tho General
A mnrrlago licqnsQ,.wns Jssudd yofl
tanlay to Arthur J. ; AtwooU .of St.
Paul, Nob., and Miss Isab'oll Harris,
Central City. ,
Sain Covins of Oshkosh was nr
rostcd on tho chargo of ' Intoxication
and sojiionced to fifteen days in
Tho Epworth Loaguo o tho Metho
dlst Ghnrch will ontertaln at a party
Thursday night in tho' church pnr
Tho woman's cooking clusa of tho
night school dofcated tho sowing
class 812 In a basket ball game Sat
urday night In tho Franklin Auditorium.
When in Omaha
STOP WITH US
Our reputation of 20 years fair dealing
Is buck of theso hotels. Guests may
atop at nny one of them with tho as
suranco of recoivlnjj honest valuo and
CONANT HOTEL COMPANY
DUROC - JERSEY
Tuesday, Feb. 21.
1:30 Central Time.
HEIRESS 43 TO WED REFUGEE 23
".fit Jkiu .
When Mrs. Marion R. Stcpticns, 43, of Chicago, divorced, and heiress
to millions, announced she was ro;ng to marry A. A. Vonsiatskj 23,
Polish refugee to the U. S., tlien tho news movies started to grind.
' The young Pole slipped an overcoat over chemical stained overalls to
pose for thi3 picture at the Baldwin Locomotive plant, Eddystone Pa',
where he works. The insert is of the heiress, who says she will live
with her husband in an humble cottage near his work. She was the
former wife of a prominent Chicago clubman.
250 Stock Cattle
At North PIntfe, JToJm, Monday, February 20tli
In large burn nt North 1'IaUc Union Stock Yards
IN THIS SALE
There will be several' car loads of good stock cows; year
lings, 2-year-old steers, heifers, butcher stuff, milk cows,
bulls and calves, (not White Paces), they are real native
Herefords. They aro good.
Bring in what cnttlo you hnve to sell, Monday, Feb. 27
All kinds of cattle are selling good.
Remember the Horse and Mule Auction
Monday, February' 27, Bring in Your Horses and Mules
for that sale. Any kind, broke or unbroke. A lot of in
quiries for good work horses and mules and saddle horses.
Bring your stock a day or two before the sale so we can
get them lined up. WilL also sell somo new heavy work
11. M. JOHA'NSEN and ED KIEItIG
Ml PI I I I Wam MM I II B i Mill i i' IH ( IMI II k II
Miss Ida Ottenstoin and Mrs. fVla
tor HnlHgan will entertain Wednes
day at a noon luncheon at tho Ottan-
stoln home, 314 Wcat Third street
General Farm SalcH A Bpccinlty,
Real Estate. References and Dntr
I'Mrst National Hank.
North Platto. Nebraeta.
Makes or repairs anything madof
tin or sheot metal.
610 Locunt. Under Goneral Hospital.
Offlco 340 HouHolZC
dr. w. i. Shaffer
Ovor tho Oasis. North Piatt
FARMERS GET MARKET "
REPORTS BY WIRELESS
FOR SALE Hay in stack.
Stobbins. Phono 7G0F12.
FOR RENT Storage space in ire
proof waro house. Simon Bros.
WANTED TO RENT Modern 5-room
housp for a year. Phono 10GGW. .
LOST Small black pockctbook. Re
turn to this offlco. Reward.
LOST Evoraharp pencil, with Initial
IL L on . west Nlrth street. Return
to Trlbuno office and receive reward.
FOR' RENT Furnished rooms in
modern homo; reasonable. Phono
FOR SALE OR RENT G40 acres.
Phono J.73 J or call (521 South
FOR SALE Pure strain extra fancy
Whito Leghorn cockerels. Phone
FOR SALE Rhode Island Rod eggs
for setting; also roosters. C. 1.
Lewis, fiC3 E. C St.
FOR RENT G-room house, modern
except heat Inquire at 222 East
Fifth street, Phono 255J
WANTED Maturo lady or gentleman
to collect and solicit business in
North Platto. Address P. O. Box G78.
LOST Whito gold wrist watch, 15
Jowol movement, in ladles waiting
room U. P. Depot. FIndor leave at
FOR SALE Airedale pups, two
males, $25 each, pedigreed; ono
(maIo, $12.50. R. ir. Jandebour, Ex
Thousands of farmers locate 1 in
middle western states are twie
'laily receiving niarLct reports by
wireless telephone There is no
cost to the service, oikc thc uuv
pensive reqcivin set has been in
stalled, and which can be purcliasd
nny where. . The Westing-, uu-i
Licet xic Co... from its great (rv
liroadcasting station at Newark.
N. J., not only sends out market
rfPom at 12 o'clock noon and f.
r. M. daily, but also furnishes offi
cial weather forecasts and other en
tertaining and educational pro-"-ns.
Jt lm t!mated that
more titan a half ihiiik u a.i.r.
(mostly in rural districts and ou
farms) "listen' in" every dv. pfe
turcj show the oneralor ivding out
market reports from : .w.u-k; and
map shows distant. m:$.uum.3W
WANTED Agent to soil Hog, Stock
and Poultry tonic. Supply dealers
and also sell direct to farmers. Ad-
dross E-G caro Tribune
WANTED TO BUY Used piano;
must bo in good condition; will
pay cash. Address Lock Box 113,
FOR SALE Now Ford roadstor with
all latest equipment, starter and
domountablo rims, you can savo $50
on this car. Also now Ford Coupo at
a bargnin. J. V. Romigh.
For Salo, Trado or Ront
ARB YOU INTERESTED IN A HOME
Call E. A. Olson if ou want to buy,
soil, trado or build. I can sorvo you
in tho way of location and PRICE.
Homos, vacant lota, 3 to 40 aero tracts
with or without improvements, Irri
gated forms, sand hill farms, ranch
land with alfalfa and wot hay land at
prices to comparo with tho present
tlmo values. Call or wrlto
E. A. OLSON
Phono 1130 314 So. LocuBt St.
Mlss Lajjra Murray ontortalned at
a brldgo party In honor of Mra. Cun
ningham, Saturday afternoon. At tho
oloso of tho afternoon dainty rofresh
monta wore sorved.
Mrs. Esther Douorl was off duty
at tho Johnson Dopartmont Storo
Saturday bocauoo of Illness.
Mrs. R. I. Glbbs of Stnploton was
in tho city Friday to rocelro medical
ever Before in the
History of North Platte
has this Laundry bervice
been offered at this price
' Combination Damp
' Wash 7c the lb.
A)l Flat Work Ironed. "Wearing Apparel
Minimum Bundle 20 lbs.
1 Your Washing Handled on the
I Individual Plan.
BEST LAUNDRY CO.
Call The Soft Water Laundry, 103
112 WEST FRONT
As I havo decided to quit farming I will soil tho following described
property at the Frank Boclcous place at Bignell, Nob., on
Thursday, February 23
. . 3S Head of Cattle
13 millc cows ranging from 3 to 7 years old, four fresh, others fresh
soon; Q. yearling steers; 1 two-year-old steers; 4 coming yearling
hoifors; 2 two-year-old heifers; 1 coming 2-year-old roan "bull;.
4 winter calves.
19 Head of Horses
1 span of gray geldings, coming 6 and 7 years old, weight 2000 lbs.; 1
span goldlngs, coming 6 and 7 years old, weight 2800 lbs.; 1 span gosl
ings, coming G and 7 years old, woight 2000 lbs.; 1 span of mares, 10
years old, weight 2100 lbs.; 1 span of gray mares, 5 years old, weight
2800 lbs.; 1 span hay goldlngs, 8 and 9 years old, weight 2900 lbs,;
1 sorrel maro, 6 years old, woight 1250 lbs.; 1 roan holding, 8 years
old, woight 1250. Theso aro all broke horses. 1 saddle pony; 1 two
yoar old colt, weight 950 lbs.; 3 yearling colts.
12 HEAD OF HOGS i brood aowa with pigs; 8 shoata, weight about
100 pounds each.
Farm Implements, Etc.
8 foot rfeorlng binder, nearly now; 8 foot John Dooro bindor, in good
Bhapo; 2 discs, nearly now; 1 JohnDeore, two-row; P. & O., two
row, nearly now; sulky p'ow, with, breaking attachment; llstor-; 2
cultivators; John Deoro walking ploy; corn stalk grain drill; C foot
Doorlng mower; C foot Deerlug mower; now 34 Inch Tramp wagon;
now hay rack and gear; Fordson, tractor, In good shapo; 7 foot Tan
turn disc; Superior tractor drill; 1 horso power Fairbanks ongino;
1,500 bushol steol grainory; four 50-gallon stool oil barrols; two le
gation drums;, 400 bushol wlro corn crib; grind stono; pump jack;
set Concord work harness; sot work harness, 1 1-8-inch; sot work
harness, 1 1-2-lnch; set inglo harness, nearly now.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS Kitchen cabinet; commodo; 2 dressers; 50
ogg incubator; Economy Chief separator, nearly now. Other things
too numorous to mention.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
TERMS OF SALE: All Bums of ?20 and undor cash; over that
amount a credit of G montliB tlmo will bo given with bankable note
bearing 10 per cent intorcst from dato of salo.
D. S. Hutchinson, Owner
ED KIERIG, Auctioneer.
B. C. LANGFORI), Clerk.
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