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INTERESTING ITEMS FBOM EX
CHANGES WHICH REACn
Miss Anna Krampli and Miss Laura
Murray of North Platto attended the
parent-teacher meeting Tuesday night.
Miss Kramph gave a very interesting
talk 6Q the value of education. The
balanco of tho program mostly contri
buted ly tho pupils from the grades
was very good. Frappo and cookies
wcro served by the refreshment com
mittee. Maxwell Telopost.
Mrs. Bennett, mother of Mrs. A
Aborcromblo was eighty-one years of
ago Wednesday May 3. About a dozen
of her old acquaintances gathered at
tho Abencromble home and gave her
a pleasant suprise. A nice lunch was
served and the hostess received many
romomberances of tho occason. Mrs.
Bennett is very actlvo for a woman of
moro han four score years and enjoys
excellent health. Brady Vindicator.
"Red" Layton, former Gothenburg
high c hool track star and member of
the University of Nebraska varsity
track team, established a now track
record for the University of Nebraska
oval Tuesday night.
Layton stepped around one lap
of the Husker track in 45 seconds flat.
Tho former record was 45 4-5 seconds.
One lap of tho track measures 390
yards. Lincoln Star.
Goes our charge for Want-Ads. This is to'nieet the ge?t- .
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. ' eral cry for reduced expenses. ;,
L '"' We have a guaranteed circulation of over 2,2001'
'"- copies of eacl issue of the North Platte Tribune and most v
of these papers are circulated in North Platte and Lincoln'
county. Our charge for
from April 25
J. S. Kroh, edlor of tho Keith Coun
ty News filed nomination papers with
tho secretary of stato Monday for
state senator of tho 31st district, sub
ject to the decision of tho Republican
voters at tho primary election July
Tho district now consists of eleven
counties as follows: Kimball, Cfliey
onne, Duel, Garden, Keith, Arthur, Mc
pherson, Thomas, Logan .Hooker and
Grant. Keith Co. Nows.
HILL TOO STEEP
Tho now Mangold-Travis garage
went Into bankruptcy last week. The
financial troubles of tho concern came
last week when tho Farmers Lumber
and Coal Co. filed a Hon on tho build
ing for material advanced. Wo are in
formed that tho causo of failure was
that Mr. Travis had put all of his mon
ey into the business, and his partner
was not responsive with his part. It
is regreted that Mr. Travis was unable
to meet all contingencies, as ho had a
well cquiped garago and was a good
workman, and had given the town tho
best service garago ever located here.
The North Platto track team' got
stalled hero becauso of tho roads, en
route to Cambridge Thursday evening.
A deal was quickly mado to hold a
dual meet here. History repeated it
self when Gothenburg won from tho
Platters by one point. Tho score was
57 to 5G. A year ago on tho same
track tho locals defeated the same
team by the same score. The track
..as rather heavy but In spite of this,
some good records were made. North
Platto held the lead throughhout tho
meet and it was only when tho relay
team romped home, winner of a hotly
contested race that Gothenburg .won.
Holes was high point getter with IS.
will be according to the following schedule;'
line for the first insertion .
line for the second insertion
lino for the third insertion
line for tho fourth insertion
line for the fifth insertion
line for each subsequent insertion.
Monday evening closed the busi
ness year for tho old city council, and
the newly elected members wore
sworn In. Tho board now consists of
Messrs. Earl Brownfleld, Loy Eyorly,
E. R. Comstock, Ray Walker and E
W. Bales. Tho retiring members were
Messrs. Thompson and Chns. Lcypoldl
E. R. Comstock being rc-olected. Tho
new board organized by electing Ray
Walker chairman and Loy Eyorly
Before yioldlng up his seat Mr.
Thompson thanked tho old board for
the splendid co-operation he had had
tho past year, stating that thru all
tho strenuous times thero had boon no
friction whatsoever. Tho now Mayor
responded by thanking tho now board
for tho honorable position bestowed
upon him, and asked for co-oporatlon
during tho .coming year. Hershoy
Tho sales of llq'uor, if the stuff can
bo called that, seems to bo on tho ln
creaso in this section. Young boys
aro ablo to get it and 'tis said that
they have brought their friends in
disrepute by being with them when
in that condlion. It is a shamo that
something cannot bo dono to nt least
keep tho bootleggers from selling to
boys of school age. People will toll you
that So and So brings booze to town
and peddles It out to nnyono tliat
has the price. Also that it is being
mado and sold In town. But they will
not inform tho ot'Clcers and show
whoro tho stills aro. No bootlegger
will sell to an officer if ho knows it
and the only wny to capture one is
for some party who does buy it to in
form tho authorities.
Sutherland is not tho only place
where tho stuff is sold, as complaints
aro heard of In all tho surrounding
country. Tho time Is coming when
tho people will not stand for oven a
suspected bootlegger to say In town; Superintendent C. L. LIttel nccom
long enough to make a sale Suther- panled tho debating team to Lincoln
land Courier. I Wednesday where thoy will debate
:o: j with Wayne.
Mrs. V. J. Good arrived Wednesday I Dixon Optical Co., glnssoa fitted,
from Crouton, la. She will spend sev- j Mr8. Charles Castto of Keystone
oral months with her parents. Mr.L1H,nt Wednesday and Thursday in
and Mrs. Trovllla.
For the Cadillac we
recommend the fol
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Office Phono 241 Res. Phono 21 ;
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North Platte, Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.-
MItS. r. HENKY GILFOYL
Teacher of Yolec Culture
Art of Singing
Ros. Studio 108 "W. Third Phono 114J
OTIS It. PLATT, M. I).
Physician and Surgeon
Dlagnosfl and Troament
Ovor Union Stato Bank
Offico Phono 29GW IIouso Phono 29GII
0130. II. DENT
Physician and Surgeon
Spoclal Attention Given to Surgery
Offico: Building & Loan Building
Phones: Offico 130 Rosldonco 11C
North Platte visiting friends.
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Automotive engineers agreo that fully 80 of all motor repair and
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or oil of unsuitable body. To meet this condition our experts have
prepared a simple chart tho Polarino Chart which insures you
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This chart Is included in tho Red Crown Road Map which hns been
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Undertakers and Funeral Directors
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assistant deputy Stato Voterlnarlnn.
Hospital 31C South Vino Street.
PhonoB. Hospital G33 Rcaldenco C33
Kor datea and tonus call at
First National Bank
North Platte, Nob.
M'M. WALDO It V
Makow or Repairs anything mado of
Tin or Shoot Metal.
510 Locust Under General Hospital
Mrs Harold Former left Wodnesday
for her homo In Iown. Dr. Fonnor will
loavo soon for Chicago and" will Join
Mrs. Fenner en route home.
Mrs. Jnmes Hart returned Thurs
day from a few days visit in Omaha.
Dr. L. J. KRAUSE, Dentist, X-Ray
Diagnosis, McDonnld Bnnk Building,
.For the Overland
we recommend tho
We Work on Your Car.
107 West 6th Street
JOHN S. SIMMS, M. P.
Special Attention Glvon to
McDonald Bank Building
Offico Phono 83 Itealdenco 38
Choice lot of young Red Poll bulls
nt farmers prlcea at
PAYNE'S DAIRY FARM
South Dewey Stroot
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away? Send her Tho Tribune
When in North Platte
COME AND SEEJUS
Everything firnt class and prlcea
reasonable, Opposite Union Pacific
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