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TUESDAY aud FIUDAl
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, MAY 2, 1922.
SHORT STORIES OF
ITEMS OF DTTEKEST ABOUT HE
CENT IIAPrENINGS Df TniS
The chicken supper thai was to
have been hold last Friday at the
South Bluffs school -was postponed
until Thursday May 4th. The
teacher Is Miss Alma Splinter.
fclma Crane entertained the mem
bers of the Lookout campflro last
x.Um.lb i.lilUl(iuuciOCKpany.TO' A mnnnrt la nnnnunrnil fnr Mnv
girls played games and then enjoyed !1B by tho Prosbytcrlans. They have
ki;tiki;i fahmkh of brum:
community files fok
Nato Bratton, retired Lincoln
county farmer, filed Saturday for tho
nomination for member of tho Boanr
of County Commissioners. He asks
that his namo bo placed on the Itepiib
llcan ballot at tho primaries, to bu
hold in July. Mr. Bratten lives in
Brady, tho homo of Commissioner
Springer. Both havo filed on the
was substituted at tho close of tho
sixth. Sandall played back of the
bat. Dick caught for Maywood.
Fans say It was a good gamo and
Dulanty showed up well for tho first
tho refreshments served
Yesterday Sheriff Salisbury sola
an. automobile at auction for ?27. It
was a car which was captured whilo
carrying boozo and was by law con.,
fiscated to tho state. Tho amount
received however will not much more
than pay tho expense of tho sale.
R. E. ItelUy of Salt Lake, Utah, ar
rived herd yesterday and took tho po
sition as asvl"tnnt operator at tho
Air Mail RudicS station. Mr. Rot cf
has had ox tensive experience in radio
work having Leen lu tho governmoiit
strvico in A!ar,ka as well as In this
A surprise party was given on Mrs
C. J. Stimson at her homo on South
Chestnut street last evening. About
35 wero present. Games woro play
ed during tho evening and delicious
refreshments wero served. Mrs,
secured Miss1 Florenco McKay but
recently returned from a torm ot
pipe-organ study in Chicago and
Paul Harriman, who spent most oi
tho winter in Denver. These pop
ular musicians will give tho recital
concert for tho benefit of tho church
North Platto Hom'o Builders, Inc.,
and tho C. F. Temple Insurance
Agency moved yesterday from tlx
-Brodbeck building to tho east room
basement of tho Building fc Loan
building, formerly occupied by J. v.
Edmlnsten. This room has been re
fliilshed and completely equipped for
a modern Insurance office and office
for Homo Builders.
Tho annual election of officers of
Signet Chapter No. 55, Order or
Eastern Star was hold last week and
I resulted as follows: Mrs. W. A.
; Skinner, worthy matron; Dr. O. H.
Stimson was presented with a set 0r'Cressler' worthy patron; Mr3, J'
teaspoons .Dick, associate matron; Mrs. Ray C.
jEyerly, conductress; Mrs. C. H. Saun
Dulanty pitched six innings against dors, associate . conductress; Mrt.
Artley of Maywood and struck out Millard Hostler, secretary; Mrs. Geo
13 while allowing but one hit, .fonos ' Finn, treasurer.
BE LOCATED HERE
LOCAL OFFICIALS TO
CLAIMS OF CITY
HEQIITOL-MAltS TO OPEN FOItMLK
STILL SHOP ON WEIL -NESDAY.
After being closad for a week or
more to mnko some ohangos an. I Im
provement and got tho now stock
ready for Us oustomors inspection,
tho Boghtol-Mars storo will hold its
formal oponlng on Wodnuadny. The
stock is new and tho ownors Ime
specialized on tho unusual and beau-
mm in mo nowost creations. Mrs.
Hoghtol and Miss Mars- havo a storo
at Gothenburg and Uioy como bore
well recommended by those who knn
of their btislnoss llfo thoro.
LINCOLN COUNTY' FARMER FILES
FOR MEJIMER OF THE
A. J. Tracy, living a Jew mllos
northwest of this city filed last there Is a demand that tho homo be
bnttirdny for the nomination for .contrally located. North Platto Is
member of tho House of Roprosonta- fclmost exactly tho contor of tho
ves n the legislature. Ho learned country. Since it is to bo for th so
ha Lincoln county is now entitled who are helpless to look after t nT
tu two momuors of tho houso ana solves It must bo lorn.o,i i ,.,.
The Brothorhood of American Yeo
mon will locate and build a homo for
Aged and Orphan dopondonts of Yeo
nionry. It is ostlmnted that four
million dollars will bo oxponded for
tho plant when completed, it Is to
bo a national institution and will bo
supportod by all tho mombors of th
r . .
iuuKu irum mo wiiolo country. So
nndlng that E. S. Davis had filed
from North Platto ho dcnhln.i in in
from tho district outsido of North
1'iatto. Mr. Tracy is a long timo
citizen of Western Nebraska and has
lived in this county for tho past five
rfv.D. ou win maKO tno raco on
tho Republican ticket.
EXTRA LARGE 'CROWD ATTENIiS
i:n(uneers annual am-
Tho May party hold last evening
at tno noyd Opora houso was largely
ful part of tho country. North Platto
is located midway between tho hunu
id, damp atmosphoro of tho MIssIssi
ppl valioy and tho arid thin air or
tho mountains. Ths percentage of
mortality in tho ranks of Yoomcn-y
at North Platto is said to bo tho
lowest In tho state Tho cllmato is
ideal here. Tho now homo must bo
easily reached and closely connected
with, tho outsido world. North
Platto is locatod on tho greatost
trunk lino in tho country tho Union
Pacific railroad. It Is on tho crcat.
nttendod and many ' out of town ost automobile route in tho country
j church parlors Monday evening. After
.the dlrtner all the members and guests
' repaired to tho church and a thr e
reel movie of tho Telephone opera
tions were shown. The picture began i
EXPERIMENTAL SUBSTATION EX.
' -fljflheKlawanls jclub ' entertained, (hey ;;iKUT. !T0 'ENTER PRIVATISE
in tn os ai a oanquei in wo 1111-iswK.n
II. H. Jandebeur, poulrymnn at
tho North Platto Experimental Sub
Cities, toAvns and country-side
All with flower
from the time the trees in the forests Statlon du,rlns tho nast thro J'rs
. I announced vnntnrilnv Mint lm it....
were cut down to the placing of tho
Tho flowers that bloom
in the country and in
the hothouse can be
mailfl tfl fpol nt. liomo In -l
your own home and
we'll toach you free of
expense how to care
THE NORTH PIATTEs
H PLI1KAL L( . uT
H ROWERS AND PLANT5 V
announced yestorday that ho Ihaa
telephones and wires. Then tho Ul3- P Wf position there and will
phone offices wero next shown, etc "lba1bU 111 1,10 "aicnery business here
! A stnirft .lo.nnnstmtlo.1 was triven by 'M16 fturo. Ho will leave his
Miss Marie Stuart. R. F. Younjr and E. work at the 8tatln about June 1st.
V. Cooper, showing tho calling in and . AIr- Jandebeur organized tho poultry
out of the office. Miss Elaine Bugler
of Grand Island sang several selec
tions'. She was accompanied by Mrs.
WE ARC AS NEAR TO YOU
J, R. L. Cochran transacted business
in Tryon yesterday.
C. M. Empson arrived today from
Ogallala to look after business
C. E. Miller left yesterday morn
ing for Arkansas City, Ark., whore
ho was called by tho serious Illness
of Mrs. Millers' father.
1. What does it mean to to you buy standard, known,
dependable automobiles from an established firm?
2. Will you cet full service and satisfaction from your
car, unless you KNOW that you can get prompt
parts, service and reliable maintanance from the
dealer who sold you the car?
3. Can you afford to take chances when you know
what 700 Dodge carsjiave done tn the.North Platte
territory, especially when the' price is lower than
that on any comparable car?
X V. ROMIGII, Dealer.
Another carload of Dodges in, all sold but one
roadster. Get yours today.
aepnrtment at I ho farm and has
carried it out to date making it a
model for all western Nebraska.
However, ho SC5S an opening In the
commercial world for greater oppoi-.
tunity for himself and as soon as no
can secure a suitable location ho will
start tho erection of a baby chicle
hatchery. Ho plans on having a
down town location for handling the
products of his hatchery. Ho will
hatch eggs for individuals, soil hatch
ing oggs and. baby chicks and during
tho off sCason ho will dispose of tho
surplus eggs at retail, no will
handle a flock of purebred chickens
and will look after-tho local markotB
first. When soon yesterday Mr.
Jp.ndobour said "I boliovo in tho fu
ture of North Platto and am going
to stay right hero. Thoro is not n
bettor location In this country than
Lincoln county for opening up itrr
poultry resources." Tho poultry
mqn hero aro wldo awnko but none
of thorn aro malclng a business qT
poultry raising and so tho industry
is limited." It will take somo timo
to got tho plant which Mr. Jandebeur
wilt erect, in shape but ho w'lll bs
ready to handlo all lines with tho
tho opening of tho hatching season
guest3 woro present at this anntml
affair. Tho hall was beautifully dc
orated in purplo and white One or
tho noticablo features of tho danco
was tho largo crowd of spectators.
Tho music was furnished by Stamp's
ROTARIANS ENTERTAIN EMPLOY
EES AT DINNER AND
,mwo nunurod Rotaflaris -iimtr
ladles and employees woro enter
tained at a dinner at tho Prosbyterian
church last evening. Each Rotarlah
the Lincoln highway. It has com,
munlcatlon by aeroplane and radio,
Doth controlled by tho United States
mail service. It has relay stations
for tho great tolophono and tolograpa
systems and connecting lines In all
directions. -North Platte will baso
her claims to attention upon her un
rivalled location, her healthful cll
mato and her easy communication .vltli -t
uu mo country. Thoso who havf
tho deciding of tho location lncludo
iUWnryumm'nBas'Gity Hb la
general superintendent of thq, Juvo
iio department of tho order: W. R.
Pitkin, Sioux City, general attorney,
WOMAN'S CLUH DELEGATES OFF
TO THE DISTRICT
Mrs. Georgo Frator, Prosidont of
tho Sixth District Convention of
Woman's Clubs left hero yestorday
morning for O'Neill whon the nnnual
convention will bo hold beginning ta.
night and tomorrow. Last evening
Mrs. W. E. Starr and Mrs. Ralph
Gf.rmau lnft for O'Noill where t hoy
will act as delegates from tho Nortn
Platto Club. Mrs.' Frater will pro
Bido at tho convention and Mrs. Starr
Is to appear on tho program.
aim ompioy instructor of tho lodgo aud othors.
ces as ho wlshod. R. D. Blrgo lodiw. J. Tiloy will leavo this week for
in tho singing with tho holp of an Dos Moines w.hero he will conror
orchestra. Attorney Wm. Suhr of with tho commltteo nmi fvi,i n
uruna island gavo tho address on
"Tho Spirit of Rotary." It was
highly enjoyed by all. Abo Leo was
introduced as tho nowost member of
Rotary his classification being Wholt?
Claudo DoLano'y 'returned Sunday
from Hot Springs, Ark. where he
spent two weeks.
Invitation to them to visit Nortn
Platto and look over tho situation.
Ho will bo armed with, facts and fig
ures and an invitation from tho
Chambor of Commorco to glvo Nortn
C. R. Grioscn, chief clerk in the
yard offlco madei. a trip over tho
North Platto branch Sunday.
D. J. Allen camo icsterday morn
ing from Omaha to spend a fow days
with O. II. Thoelecko.
This is OXFORD TIME! Our spring
line of Men's Oxfords is very bright
with wonderful values. All the latest
models' may be found hero in the popular shades of
brown in Kid, Calf and Scotch grain. All solid leather
no shoddy strictly new stock. Tho prices will
surprise you. We aro showing them in roally high
grade quality as low as $5.00: '
YG Spcciallzo In Fitting tho Feet.
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
Double Woolnap Blankets, worth
up to $7, while they last only . .
U. S. Army Khaki Coats on sale
here lor only ......
Army and Navy Store
104 EasHFront St Open Evenings
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA
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