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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1922)
TUESDAY and FIIIDAY.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, MAY 1G, 1922.
$50,000 Intersection Bond Election To-day. Polls Open Until 8 p.m.
EIGHT ENTRIES IX AUTOMOBILE
HACKS FOIl LEGION
J. J. Crawford, local manager of the
nuto races for the Fourth of July
announced yesterday that the timo for
entries for the Fourth of July races
lint! expired, and that thoro were eight
drivers who had signed up or had
wired that their contracts were in
the mails. They aro Ira Vail, Brook
lyn, N. Y. driving a Dusenberg spe
cial, John A. Mais, Indianapolis, In
diana, who has a Dodgo special. Per
cy Green, Denver, Colorado with a
Marmon special, Tom Mooro from
Australia who also has a Marmon
special, Parker Abbott, Denver, in a
Packard special, King Rhiley, Oshkosh
with his Rhiley special; G. M. Rich
Mounds, Oklahoma, driving his Rich
ards, Duncan, Okla., In a special; J.
Boiling, Mounds, Okla., driving his
Richards special and G. F. KIrchuber,
Mr. Crawford states that theso aro
all half-milo dirt track drivers and
will show some speed here.
TWO FILE FOR REPUBLICAN NOM
Saturday A. J. Salisbury, at present
shorlff of Lincoln county, filed for
tho Republican nomination to bo upon
at tho primaries In July. Yesterday
Gcorgo W. Rhodus of Osgood pre
cinct, filed for the same office on tho
eamo ticket. Mr. Salisbury has boon
a resident of Lincoln county for a
good many years and during tho past
several years has been the sheriff. Mr.
Rhodus lives south of tho river and
has been in Osgood precinct for about
threo years. Ho is remembered as
tho man who piloted tho ferry ncross
tho South Platte during tho high water
hero last spring.
George A. Boomer has been selected
as tho Farm Bureau speaker for tho
big farmer's plcnio to bo hold at the
Stato Farm on Juno 1. Mr. Boomer
visited Lincoln county a short timo
ago and ho. will bo well received horo
upon his return by tho many who
heard him speak then.
AUTO TRAVEL IN COMFORT
An announcement comes from tho
office of Georgo H. Kelogg, county
agent, that those who wish to sell
thoir wool through the wool pool
should notify tho Farm Bureau at
Yesterday, County Agent Kellogg
accompanied the agriculture class
from tho North Platto high school to
tho Experimental substation where
they spent tho day studying tho work
heing done there.
Tho Johnson Construction Co., of
Fargo, S. D., secured tho contract for
tho construction of tho addition to
tho post office building. Its bid was
?9,000. Mr. Jensen, in charge of the
work for tho Johnson Co., is in the
city and says the work will begin as
soon as tho material can be shipped
here It will provide much needed
room for tho handling of tho malls.
"Bunk Iiyi", baby house on auto
chassis, passed cast last week. Tho
house was divided Into two rooms, in
which wore a Davenport bed, gasoline
range, electric lights from storage
battery, victrola, bath tub and other
modern convlenccs. Tho house doml
died C. E. Buck and family of Gen
ova, N. Y. who were enrouto homo
from a trip on which they started
last October and Included visits in
California, Old Mexico, Oregon and
MAYOR OUTLINES WOMAN SHOOTS
REASON FOR BONOS SELF ACCIDENTALLY
MUSIC PUPILS TO RECEIVE CER
TIFICATES OF PROMOTION
POLICY OF THE CUT IS TO GIVE
WORK TO IDLE
Tho following letter from E. II.
Evans, gives tho attitudo of tho city
government on tho question of issuing
Road it and then act:
To tho Public:
Tho proposition submitted at tho
special election Tuosnay is upon tho
proposition of voting $50,000 twenty
year Intersection paving bonds, tho
PLAYFUL HANDLING OF LOADED
Mrs. John McComus died nt a local
hospital Sunday noon from injuries
rocolved Saturday evening when sho
bonds, which is being voted today. I accidentally shot herself while toying
with a rovolvor. According to tho
story told by thoso present, sho and
hor husband with their fifteen-months
old baby, woro enjoying a fow minutes
play right after supper and thoy all
wont Into tho bor room where a rovol-
monoy to bo used for tho purpose of Vor lay on tho dresser. No ono thought
paving street intersections and tho it was loaded. Mrs. McComus, joking
spaces opposite alleys. Tho interest , ly placed the gun against her body
upon tho bonds is to bo raised by gen- j and said omothing about it's being
oral tax levy and amounts to tho sum easy for ono to kill herself. Sho snap
of ?3,000. Upon tho present valuation j nod tho trigger soveral'timcs but ono
of tho city this will amount to about , chamber was loaded and it was dls-
Twenty-four candidates have filed
for offices In Choyenno county. There
aro eight candidates for, the nomin
ation for sherriff, fiyo for treasurer,
five for clerk, threo forcommIssioncr
two for superintendent and ono for
county attorney. Two of tho candi
dates for the county clerk nomin
ation aro ladles.
Miss Fayo Eldor left Sunday fot
Mitchell, Neb., where sho will resume
her former position as stenographer
with tho United States reclamation
Have youbeen invited?
42 cents per $1,000 of valuation
porson owning property of tho assess
ed valuation of $3,000 would pay ap
proximately $1.25 pei annum.
It has been tho policy of the city
during tho past year to furnish as
much employment as possible, through
tho construction of needed public im
provements, to offset tho lull in pri
vate building and enterprise. Whether
this policy will bo continued through
out the present season, will bo deter
mined by tho result of this election,
as apparently tho paving work under
construction will bo completed some
time during July.
As tho officals of tho city merely
wish to carrry out tho will of tho
voters, It is hoped that a full expres
sion Avlll bo given at this election. If,
further paving is contemplated in
near future, there aro several consid
erations that arguo for it at this time.
Thoro Is still a need for work to
open up. The organization for tlie
work Is perfected and working
smoothly. Before the present contract
was let, tho contractor agreed to sub
mlt bids, for any other paving this
year at prices not greater than tho
present contract. Our present work
Is being done at practically pro-war
prices and is lower than any placo in
tho state, being at a figure about 35
cents per yard loss than Kearney, for
tho same construction.
From the figures above quoted, it
does not appear that any Individual
tax payor will bo either hurt or help
ed to any important extent, and tho
general wellfaro of tho city should be
tho main consideration in mind, In
voting for or against theso bonds,
rather than any personal advantage
or disadvantage, as tho outcomo will
probably bo of considerable Importance
in determining tho lmmcdiato future
of tho city. Respectfully,
E. II. EVANS, Mayor.
A 'charged. Sho was taken to tho hos
pital ai once, wncro siio regained con
sciousness and told tho story horsolf.
Mr. and Mrs. McComus woro almost
strangers hero having nrrlvcd only a
fow days before. Mr. McComus was
employed on tho paving. Tho funeral
arrangements havo not been made.
P. H. YODNG.
Tho pupils or Mrs. J. L. Moran will
gtvo a roclal at the First Motliodist
church on Thursday, May 18 at 8; 15
p. m. At this timo Rov. II. E. Hess
will present tho pupils with certifi
cates of promotion and awards. Tho
class consists of tho following pupils:
Marguorlto Kinsman, Mildred Tyler,
Bornlco Williams, Gwendolyn Mc-
Roynolds, Marian Huxoll, Gladys Bar
nol and Mary Loulso Moran. Thoy
will bo assistod in tho recital by Ro
becca Tout and Anita Johnston. Tho
public Is cordially invited to nttoiul.
SPECIALIST lNilEALTH WORK
TO VISIT LINCOLN
Miss Loulso Murphy, University ex
tension lecturor on health habits and
child care, will spend today and tho
threo succeeding days in Lincoln
county. Tho program is about as fol
lows: Tuesday afternoon nt Wallaco;
Wednesday ovoning at Platto Valley
school; Thursday ovoning at Dlonor
school; Friday aftornoon at McPhcr
son school and Friday ovenlng nt Btg-noll.
P. H. Young was born in Roano
county, West Virginia, December 1,
18G2. At tho ngo of 22 ho was united
in marrlago to Miss Samanthla Sam
ples, to which union wero born flvo
Mrs. Theodoro Lowo nnd son, Don
ald, lort yestorday for Now York City
whoro thoy will sail Friday for Nor
way. Mrs. Lowo will spond four
months wltli her parents who Hvo in
Norway, and will visit a sister In Eng
land. Mr. Lowo accompanied them to
North Platto njtlilotos djid protty
well In tho stato track meet at Lin
coln Saturday. Tho team Jvns not
largo and tho boys could not enter
NORTH PLATTE IS
WINS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP IN
hTgH SCHOOL DEBATING
PU..D, UUU,, XiUUtUl, .U.U. HUH U. m Rg nmuy 0VQnls as thcy wnnte,j t0-
K., all of North Platto, and Lafo of won flrat ,n Ul0 220 yftr(1 dnfm
Charleston, W. Va,; two daughters, and secoml m the 100 ytml (lash ftml
who died some years ago, and Mrs. tho 12 ,pouml 8hot put Slmncr too1c
Charles Woodruff of Omaha. Other flr8t ln'tho ,)0i0 vnult. Wo uld 110t
near relatives who survive him aro ,earn of any other prlzcg North Patto
iwo sisicrs, jurs. Acionno samples or mft,iQ a tota, of olghtoon polntai
Vinson, ijeo.; mrs. iimznooin utter oi
West Virginia, and fivo grand child
ren. Mrs. Young died about twenty yoars
ago. Mr. Young camo to Nebraska In
1!)05 nnd to North Platto about flvo
yoars ago, where ho bus since re
sided. . Ho joined tho Methodist church in
young manhood and remained a mem
ber of that church until about fifteen
years ago when ho beenmo a member
of tho Christian church. Thoso who
know him say that ho was optimistic
and of a joyous disposition, that ho
was a good friend and esteemed by all
who know him.
Thoso from out of town present nt
tho funeral woro Mrs. Adollno Sam
ples, Harvo and Wlllard Samples of
Edison, Nob.; Mr. and Mrs. Lafo
Young and little daughter of Charles
ton, Wr. Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Charlos
Woodruff and daughter of Omaha.-
Mrs. Lona Salisbury loft Saturday
for Aurora, Nebr. whoro sho will visit
her .daughter for a month. Miss Bcssio
Salisbury accompanied her and will
attond tho Building and Loan conven
tion hold thoro this week.
Frank do Biornfidnd returned tho
II. J. Rathman returned Saturday
ovoning from a protracted business
trip cast. Ho attended tho convention
of managers of tho J. C. Penney Co.
stores nnd following tho convention
wont to Centorvillo, Iowa whoro ho
has contracted for a storo room in
which ho will open a J. C. Penney Co.
storo about tho middlo of August. Mr.
Rathman says that tho storo build
ing is being built now nnd that is will
bo now when ho moves Into it. He Is
pleased at tho prospoctB and expects
to do good business thoro this coming
By a 2-1 decision, tho debating team
from tho North Platto High school
won tho championship of tho stato in
tho finals of tho annual tournament
which was hold in Lincoln last Friday
morning. Tho team is composed ot
Albort Shonk, Louis Brctcrnitz and
Gcorgo Dent Robert Hoagland was
nltornato. Tho dobato was hold in
Momorlnl hall at tho University ot Ne
braska and was prcsldod over by Pro
fessor M. M. Fogg of tho Department
of Publlo Speaking. Chancellor Av
ory announced' tho doclslon. Tho finals
botweon Holdrodgo and North Platto
followed n Borles ot elimination con
tests among tho cloven schools which
had won in tho district contests. Tho
dobato was hold In tho morning at tho
same hour as tho Nebraska-Amos
track moot and was attended by many
ot tho Lincoln peoplo who woro inter
ested In that subject, In addition to
a numbor of thoso from tho different
high schools who woro In Lincoln for
tho dobatos and tho track and flold
moot. In winning tho dobato witli
Holdredgo, tho local boys won tho un
disputed stato championship in debat
ing for 1922.
Tho Homo Economics Department
of tho Womans Club will moot Tues
day May 10 with Mrd. A. L. Lano.
Mothers day program will bo glvon.
Mrrs. D. A. Russoll Is tho lcador. As
this Is the last mooting of tho year a
largo attendance Is desired.
Tho Senior Class play was glvon
at the Kolth Friday night and was
glvon a groat deal of commendation
by thoso who attended. Tho odltor
heard about tho play in Grand Island
whllo on his return homo. His Inform
ant said ho had attended ovory play
for yoars and that tho ono given by
tho class ot 1922 was to his mind tho
best of thorn all. Upon reaching homo
wo woro told again that wo missed
a flno ontortalnmont whon wo woro
away from town Friday night. Tho
Tribuno congratulates tho young folks
Avho took part in this play and Miss
GIbBon and Miss Dye bocauso thoy
did so woll.
FORMAL OPENING OF
Stensvad's Cream Station
May 8 Owen Olingor from Eliza
beth Ollnger, charge oktremo cruolty
May 11 Mablo Arnold, against middle of last week from St. Paul,
Lloyd II. Arnold, chargo nonsupport, Minn, whoro ho attended tho convon-
docrco divorce. tlon of managers of J. C. Penney Co.
May 12 Amos A. Ross against Lou- stores. Mr. do Blornflond will take
lso A. Ross, charge extreme cruolty; charge of tho North Platto storo of
docreo absolute divorce. tho system about August 1.
May 15 Myrtio Wllklns against . " ' "
Georgo II. Wllklns. charge extreme , OBn!
mollv: ,Wrnn nlmnlnfn Mvnrnn nil-1 LgaK-OL4aitur.aiH-r mrnr ni.n.r .m.n., ...... V 1
mony and custody of tho ono child.
Can you read this policy?
You don't die to win ,
It doesn't increase in price. '
It means cash in old age.
Insurance that Insures from:
ages 15 to 65.
Any form you desire on terms to suit
you call or see
ESTABLISHED IN I9IO
THERE IS NONE BITTER TO BUY'
312 EAST FRONT STREET
Will be open for business May 20. Will give you
best of service and the most money for your pro
duce. We want your patronage'and willj'.be glad
to meet you at the old stand. Thanking you in
advance, we are,
Stensvad's Cream Station
AGENTS FOR HARDING CREAM CO.
May 12 Maurinas E. Hanson, 21,
Maxwoll, and Miss Hazel E. Wood, 20,
Maxwell. Married by Acting Judge
May 13 Ray H. Surbor, 25, Daven
port, Neb., and Miss Leona H. Hawley,
May IE Logan G. Kolly, 20, Wal
laco, and Miss Dora A. Bosk, 20, Wal
Special Close Out Price
All parents living In rural districts,
who doslro froo hjgh school privileges
for thoir children for tho noxt school
yoar, should mako application to this
offico for free high school tuition be
fore the annual moating.
AILEEN G. COCHRAN,
Piano tuning, Holt ay Muitc House.
adies French Heel Pomps
3 4 5
These ore broken lots of Queen Quality high grade Pumps and Oxfords.
Values run from S7.50 to $10.00 a poir. There is a variety of leathers
and styles in the lot. If you want a high grade dressy shoe at a price come
in and see this lot.
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