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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1922)
THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tho Democratic nomination
for Shorlff of Llncolricounty, sub.
Ject to tho declslbndf tho voters at
tho primaries 6n July 18th.
L. L. Boriho.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
I am a candidate for the Republican
nomination for Sheriff of Lincoln
county at the primaries and will ap
preciate your support. My years of
sorvlco are my best recommendation.
I horeby announce myself a enndi
date for tho Republican nomination
for Shorlff of Lincoln county, subject
to tho decision of tho voters at tho
primaries on July 18.
GEORGE W. RHODUS
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tho Democratic nomination
for Clerk of Lincoln county, subject
ta tho decision of tho voters at the
Prlmarlos on July, ,18th.
Il S. Hasklns
I wish to nnnounco U'nt I nm n
candldato for tho Republican nom
ination for County Clerk subject to
thowil of tho voters,' at Primary El
lection. July 18, 1922.
A, S. Allen
I hereby annourjecj mysolf a candl
dato for County Commissioner from
tJie Second District jot Lincoln county,
Bubject to tho will of tho Democratic
voters at tho primary eloctlon to be
hold July 18, 1922.
j Well Precinct
According to city prdinan.ee, woods
within tho city must bo cut in Juno.
I will start to cuttlng'on Juno 20 and
charge tho oxponso to the owners of
the vacant lots and tho adjoining
OMAHA STORES TEAM DEFEATED
Iiy NORTH PLATTE
Tho scoro of tho game Sunday bc
tweon tho Omaha U. P. Stores and
tho North Platte American Loglon
was .7 to 4 and ttho gamo wnB wit
nessed by ono of tjio beat crowds of
NORTH PLATTE AMERICAN LEMON
AB. R. II. 0. A.
Cool L. P.
Deal 2 D.
Davis S. S.
Langford L. P.
. Mlltonborgor 1 B.
Locko 3 13.
Miss Neva Traxler lift Monday for
Greeley, Colo, arid Htotos park. Sho
will bo gono fi week.
Chai. Hrotornltz, Jr. hat accsptod a
pdiltlon with tho Prater Drug Co. for
The , American Logion orchostra
gavo a danco at Ilershey Thursday
oven in g.
Mrs. Reynold Hanson of Lowollon Is
visiting relatives In the city for a few
Judge Grant loft Saturday for Om
aha whoroHie will, transact business
for several days. . .
E. S. Ranch was in' Oshkosh last
weok advertising .the Fourth of July
George Roscndnhl will leave Thurs
day for Portland and Seattle where
he will visit for a month.
E R. Mason returned- Sntiyday. from
western points where he has been
visiting for several weeks.
Frank Huntor, safety agent for tho
Colorado Division of tho Uunlon Pac
ific is transacting buslncs in tho city.
M. J. Possum of Paxton Is transact
ing business In tho city for -a few
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cavendor
Julesburg are visiting at the T.
Miss lionnlo Murdock left Sunday
for Denver where sho will spend Sun
day visiting Mrs. Frank Lawrence.
Mr. and Mrs. William Llndcnkugel
of Ilershey transacted buslnoss In tho
city last week.
Tho Epworth Lcaguo will hold a
District convention In our city Juno
15 and 1C.
John Halhcr of Omaha spent Sun
day in tho city visiting his parents
Mr. and Mrs. John Halher.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Killan of Wal
lace transacted buslnoss In tho city
Misses Huldah and Gladys Johnson
left for Kcarnoy Sunday to attend tho
summer term of school.
, C. II. Andrews cft last evening for
Donvor whero ho ,wlil spend several
days transacting business.
Dr. D. A. Footc of Omaha passed
through tho city Saturday' onroute
to Los Angeles whero ho will spend
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Cooncy of Over-
to aro visiting their daughters Mrs.
Keith Moorohouso and Miss Noll
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Isborno of Pax
ton Snturday brought their small son
to tho city to rocolvo medical treatment.
Miss Dorothy Schott ' left Saturday
morning for Kearney to visit her
sister Miss Euglna Schott who Is at
tending the Kcarnoy Normal.
w. R. Maloney spent part of last
weok In Omaha attending tho annual
mooting of tho Nebraska Funeral Dl-
FOR SALE Spring chickens.
OHiifS. PhOne 664 J.
WANTED To rent Ford ear for part
of tho summer. Address F, C. care
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Watch the Whlttaker Shop windows
Remember that you will have one
fifth tnkon off your bill on any goods
purchased during the sale at tho Wil
cox Dopartmont Store.
MIm TIUIo Dlankonburg loft Sunday
for Chula Vista, California to visit
her mother and brothers for several
weeks. She will bo accompanied thoro
by hor little nloco Charlotto Reynolds.
Wo pay highest market prlco for
butter and eggs and soli for less.
Utirko Cash Grocery, C21 East Fourth
. L m 1.. ft . . . r- t
WANTED Good man with car to sell 8iruci- oriy uamoio nnu apringor
"Wand farm trader Wfeummisalon storo- Como ,n and SCu us-
ba'sls. J. V. Romlgb. A tolegram was received hero this
morning from tho Bhorlff at Urig
FOR SALE One ton Ropubllc truck
or will trade for light roadstor or
light truck. C. II. Overmcyor.
FOR SALE-Tomato plants 15c per kam Utah saying that ho had arrested
dozen, uaimngo &Uc por
L. I. Tucker Phono G98J.
FOR SALE Ono span 3-ycar-old,
broke mules, or will trade for Ford
car. Notify box 297 Sutherland, Neb.
WANTED Young man for bookkeep
er and collector. North Platto
Light & Power Co.
F. D. Oliver and wife, wanted hero
for passing a number of worthless
checks. They aro also wanted at
Choyenne. They seem to havo been
operating In a number of Western
cities nnd aro considered pretty
Tho Juno term of Federal Court
opened yesterday with Judgo Wood-
rough on the bench. On tho opening
day three cases wcro disposed of.
Jury heard tho case of A. E. Tlm-
morman charged with bootlegging and
WANTED To buy a second hand freed him. Hope Gordon was con-
typewrltor stand, In good condition, vlctcd of selling liquor and was aent-
Wrlto T. 9. caro Tribune office. anced to CO days In Jail. Mrs. Al
Gllletto was fined 1100 for tho samo
STRAYED From tho Wyman fann.l ffa ,w e n(n
havo been made and thev will bo
Jenny mule, branded "7Y" on right trled , turq unU1 dl8poacd ot.
Mrs. Anna Seyfcrth passed away
LOOK WHATC COMING
Homo Missionary will postpono Its
mooting this week until Friday. June
Loaguo will havo an Ico cream so
c'al next Friday evening at tho S. A.
The south side sewing aid will meet
In tho church basement Thursday
Womnns Missionary Society wlH
meet with Mrs. Snyder at the Experi
mental Farm. Friday afternoon.
Potted tomatoes nlnncil noiv will
bear In July. ('. J. Puss, Florist.
R. L. Murdock nnu oon, Lostor, left
loft Wcdnosdny for Dotrolt where
they oxpoct to spend several weeks.
They will also purchaso a car Jhoro
and will make the trip home In It.
FOR SALE Ono adjustable dress
form; also all kinds of boo sup
plies. Phono 439W. 020 W. 2nd. '
will hold tho regular meeting to
morrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock at tho
K. P. Hall. All members nro request
ed to bo present.
Bhoulder. Phono 1152W.
FOR RENT Improved Irrigated ten-
acro track, adjoining Sutherland.
P. .C Leach, care American Stato
Sunday evening at 5:30, death due to
pnralytlo stroke. She was 70 years,
G months nnd 14 days old. Sho was
ljorn at Cologne, Germnny nnd Is
pno of North Pattes oldest setters,
bolng a resident for fifty years. Sho
leaves to mourn hor, fivo chldren, all
of whom will be hero for the funeral
They are Mrs. D. T. Qulgley of Om
aha, Miss Kato Soyforth of Omaha,
Mrs.. McGlono ot Denver, Frank Sey-
FOR SALE Two Shorthorn bulls, forth of San Francisco, and Charles
Ono two years old; ono three years, Soy ferth of this city who has made
old. Just right for turning into a his homo with his mother. Funeral
Ladles Aid Society will meet Thurs
day In the church basement at 3:30.
Thoso on the entertaining commlttco
are Mrs. J. C. Wilson. Mrs. J. E.
Rector, Mrs. Harry and Mrs. Julia
.L. & S. Groceteria.
Your eyes aro either getting
better or they aro getting worse.
If you eyes need correction, any
delay In getting glasses Is slow
ly but suroly damaging them.
Do not hesitate to wear glasses
If you need them. You can se-,
lect a stylo which Is becoming,
and the comfort to your eyes
will be well worth whllo.
Havo you had your eyes ex
"Take carq ot your iilliii's"
FOR SALE Two bargains. 25 B.
touring. Good chassis, fair body,
$100. 18 Studobaker 7 passenger, tour
ing, good. $250. J. V. Romlgh, Gara
herd. Experiment Station, W. P. Suy-
FOR SALE OR TRADE Lot 2 Block
13 A. C. Taylor's addition to North
Platto. Make us a cash1, -offer WU1
Downey nnt ' Johnson, Scottsbluff,
services will be hold tomorrow morn
ing at 10:00 from the Catholic church.
and burial will bo mndo In tho local
WANTED A Salesman, capable of
calling on merchants, to head
quarter In North Platte, man with
car prefercd. References required.
Central States Secret Seryjce Bureau,
Dept. D. Lincoln, Nebraska.
for, less money
DEFOREST CASH GROCERY
Can you read this policy?
You don't die to win .
It doesn't increase in price.
It means cash in old ageijfyffi;'; i
Insurance that Insures Ifvoifv
ages 15 to 65. '
V; J' 7 1 :
Any form you desire on tqrms to suii,:
juu mil vi set;
THERE IS NONE BETTER TO BUY'
TRY OUR B
2 . roctors' Association.
AB. It. II. O. A.
Cartor L.F-C.P. 4 0 0 11
Gibson S.S. '41 1 2 3
O'Connor IB. 5 0 1 10 0
Duko C.F.-L.F. 5 0 0 2 1
Loupko O. 4 0 0 0 1
Redden 3 B. 4 0 10 5
Raynor S. F. ' 4 2 110
Gulnnoo 2 11. 3 1112
MoDormott P. '4 0 0 1 1
Total .37 4 5 21 14
Summury: Two baso hits; Cool.
Groon-2," O'Connor. Throo baso lilts;
Dulanty. Double Plays! Guinea to
O'Connor. First on balls off; Dulanty
3 off, MoDormott 2 off. Struck out
by Dulanty-7, by McDormott-3. Hits
off Dulanty-5, off McDormott-10. Um
pires: Ctillon nnd Martin. Tlmo ot
Game 2 hoirs.
BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY I
A coinmlttoo from the Country Club
mot Friday evening and mado ar
rangement for tho Golf tournnment
for June and July.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H Onilcs will re
turn this ovonlng from Lexington
whero thoy havo been visiting their
daughter Mrs. I). II. Harrison.
Elwood Rogers of Omaha is visiting
hla mothor. Ho Is working for tho
Burroughs Adding Machine Company
Tho Rotary Club hold an ovonlng
business mooting laHt night which will
bo a groat ndvnntago to tho futuro of
tho club. Vice-president Sobastlnn
Frank Elliott, who took to his room
several ilays ago with a threatened
attack of flu, Is roportod to bo getting
along ulcoly and will bo out again
Tho Ntcnflgeo Campflro girls who
wIlTgo to camp at Croto nro Allco
Smith, Luclllo Goldsmith, Gladys Slo
gan, Halon Schwalgor, Gladys Hon
ckol, and Forlno Stebblns. Tho girls
will bo chaperoned by Mrs. II. A.
June S Ernest M. Strum 33, North
Patto and Mrs. Pearl E. LeRoy, 32.
North Platte. Married by County
Juno 10 BenJ. H. Yates, 31, fanner,
North Platto and Miss Cora McNeol,
We have chnnued management S3
and also redecorated the rooms
turnout the hotel. We now have
a first class modern, clean hotel.
Rooms by the week. $2.50 up.
By Night 50c and Up
115 West 6th St.
SI W HMHIIimi 1 1 I i 111
Know that your eyes are rlghty
Romombor thoy chango and weaken
without Warning. Play safo. Know
that your cyoB nro 100 por cent of-
flclont. Soo an optlml spoclallst. Ho
will adviso you frankly. But dou't
delay, for Its "hotter to bo safo than
DIXON OPTICAL CO.
Hyos Tostod Lens Gronnd
Cliolco lot of young Red Poll bulls
at farmers prices at
PAYNE'S DAIRY FARM
South Dowoy Streot
Is your wlfp lonesome wlKlo you ar
awny? Send hor The Tribune.
J 1 L
IVI EE! l
I havo bought tho shop farroorly owned by Honry Simon, at S20
North Locust and will onrry a full lino qt frojli ments nt fair
prlqos. Glvo mon trial.
THE JOY OF
HAYING A MODERN
Moro liniKirtant than having !!
a motor car or a piano Is to have
a completely modern bathroom.
You will enjoy your homo still
moro when It contains that
boautlful snowy white- bathroom
equipment such as you wfll soe
In our allow room.
Vftii Ann m nif nrwtiffn in nnrn it
1UU I1UU tlAtVAtsu ku IMMU j
this plumbing put in on tho Jis
dlvldod iwymont plan. Ask us it
nl,Mit It J.?
r. K. ZENT&
Plumbing and Heating.
C07 Locust St. Phono 305 J
This nesv floureis made Irom the best hard
winter wheat, grown in Lincoln county. By
our process we make a wholesome and nu
tritious" flour which is guaranteed to be first
class and give absolute satisfaction or money
Forvsale at all grocers all the time.
Wc are always in the market for good milling wheat.
other grains at highest market prices.
Areola Hot Water Heating Plants 8
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