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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1922)
TIE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
feim-Bfccklu Srtbunc. tTl
was severely critloliod
in many quarters for thin tendency
l)Ut jj10 moro thoughtful people took It
WILSON TOUT. Editor and Publisher, as a part of the course through
which fluoh an organization must go
nwoff ln0 crth Fnt1' aBka ndlim iUelf. The editor Is one
Postoffico aa Second Class Mutter, i , , ... ...
. who welcomos the entrance- of tho
SUBSUKIl'TION ritlCKi j American Logion as nn organization,
Yonr, in advanco $1.60 '" 1,10 community life of North
' 1 1'latto in any way it sees boat and
TUESDAY, JLNI3 13. 1922. specially In glvlim' Its support to
.... ' , ' Iocul Infiioncos and Institutions which
mean the upbuilding of our commun-
, lty. We were willing to trust our fut-
Paul said "To be carnally minded nre In the hands of the boys who
is doflUi but to be spiritually minded' compose tho American Legion when
is life and pcaco." Romans 8:0 j u10 Wnr was upon us and wo arc
Andrew JncksoTld-'-Evory good wtlUnB to trust "r futuro 1,10
citizen makes his country's honor his Bnmo oy8.".W nnd f0 " t,mo
ronUTII WAHI) ITEMS vtmtago of having plckod players from
Jln arby towns. Our boys looked and
Mr. and Mrs. C, 15. King of Urady ttfll wlton they returned moro as If
visited at the lJooth homo Saturday, they had attonded a froo-for-all than
Miss Qortrude Doty Is visiting in 011,1 same
Oshkosh for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steole of Co
lumbus are home on a vacation. Wm. Haase and Joss HiKlibcrKor
Mrs. C J. Perkins and daughter: took three, carloads of cattle to Om
Ju'nc, will loavo next week for Toledo' nhn tho first of the .week.
Ohio. Miss Nellie Buckley will leave today
Mrs.' II. A'. Lawhoad and son Allen, for Fremont to spend a couple
LOOAL AND PERSONAL
JACK MOKItOW FLATS
Mrs. A. E. Tlmmorman and ohlldron
left tills morning by auto for StoTla,
NebruBKn to visit for three weeks at.
the home of Mrs. Tlmmorman's par
onts. Carnations at $1.00 n dozen. C. J.
own, and cherishes it not only as pre
cIoub but sacred."
come- Unselfishness on their part will
hasten tho day when the confidence
of the whole people will bo placed in
In the last Ismin nf Mia Trll.nnn wn'tnoir nanus and mo sponsoring oi a
repeated a story which was picked up hy 8C0Ut troP 19 ono BlP 1,1 B,,ow
on tho street to the effect that tho ln' lluu B,)im or "naoirisiiness which
Chamber of Commerco Is attempting
to buy updtho other drlvors for, tho
Fourth of July races so that Rhlloy
will win, , Tho story was so funny and
withal so ridiculous that wo did not
make any commont but passed It on
to our readers who had not heard It
In tho stroet,v thinking they would en
joy It as much as we did. Wo only
heurrt of ono poor fish who believed
it. He doos not know that ihe Chamber
of Commerco Is made up of honorable
men nnd would not Bloop to do such
a trick. Ho does not know that every
dollar collected by tho Chamber of
Commerco Is accounted for publlcally
nnd that thoro Is no slush fund for
such a purposo. In fnct tho Chamber
of Commorco hardly has onough funds
to carry on tho regular work which
It plans to do. Ho docs not know
that tho other drlvors bosldea Rhlloy
arc honorable men who could not bo
bought for nny sum, that their repu
tations as nuto drivers aro at stako
and thoy -nro going to try their best
to win. Ho does not know that Rhlloy
would spurn tho suggestion thnt tho
othor drivers bo bought pff as ho has
ahown that quality of Hportsmanshlp
on all occasions, which hns won tho
admiration of his follow drlvors nnd
of those who work with him. Ho doos
not know that It is his own miserable
puny soul which would grasp at tho
thought of such treachery and deceit
nnd hold it for truth. Tho man who
would bollevo such a story is to bo
Is so admirable. It is not in words
but In deeds that confluence Is won
and tho Airiorlcnn Legion proposes to
show us that It means to hold our
confidence by such doeds. At least
thnt Is tho way it looks to us.
0 1 '-'
HOARD DECIDES TO MAKE LOCAL
At a recent meeting of the Cemetery
Hoard It was decided to forbid nny
planting of trees, shrubs or flowers
on any cometory lot unless under dl
roctlon of tho board. No ono will bo
allowed to fill In graves or lots abovo
tho lovol of tho surrounding grounds.
Tho soil must not bo disturbed In
nny way. Only cut flowers mny bo
usod In decoration. Tho rules of the
Hoard nro based on tho state laws
rogardlng comctorics and aro adopt
od to conform to tlieso state laws,
Tho Board has adopted a plan for
landscnpo gardening and when It hns
boon carrlod out, tho North Platte
cometory will bo a spot of beauty.
Tho tltlo to a lot In tho cemetery
1b snld to glvo tho owner only tho
right to uso tho samo for burial pur
poses and for tho putting of a'markor
or tombstone thereon.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
MIsb Mary Jollla of Dickens shop
ped In tho city Saturday.
J, K. MoitIboii of Omaha is trans-
rcckoned with nnd wo welcome tho "ding business In tho city.
chance to toll him Just what nonost
mon think of him and his kind. ,
Tho Ainorlcnn Legion has asked
permission to sponsor a Hoy Scout
troup-ln North Platto. To tho editor
flila la nun of Hlrt vnl-v l.naf l.lla nf
.., , iii,,.' and family loft Saturday for Boatrico
news which has come to his desk fori ,
Miss Mary Konolly of Preston, Iowa
1b visiting at tho J. TJ. Murphy home.
Luther Tucker loft yesterday for
Hastings to attend a'convontlon of tho
Spnn.'sh War VetoraiiB,
John Tucker, assistant postmaster
a long time. It Is significant. The
wlicro they will visit.
,irltl. II. XlM.li (nt.nM Clm.t HTlii.lnnra
American Legion Ib largely composed . .
of tho 'boys who stood botwoon this 8 "B , ... , T ...
in.i r ,. .,. ... Misses Bvolyn Leypoldt and Lottie
.linn , wuin iitiii huj murium
These boys woro tho onea wo.workod
at home so hnrd for during those dnrk
days of tho war. They aro tl'o boyB
wo checrod and prnlsod. They aro tho
boyB who wont through tho horrors of
war that wo might bo sparal. When
those boys camo homo they organizod
tho Amorlca'n LoBton.Thoy woro rest
Iosb and wanted excitement bo thoy
beenmo ho chief sponsors of vnrioiiB
enterprises largely Intended to give
thorn recreation, nnd ontortalnment.
DEFOREST CASH GROCERY
LnRuo will ontortnin Friday even
ing at a miscellaneous shower In
honor of MIsb Helen Swnnson, a bride
of this month..
Saturday Is tho last day of tho one
fifth oft salo at Wilcox Department
"Word was received In tho city an
nouncing tho birth of a baby girl to
Mr. and Mrs. John Brooks of Los
Angolos, Mrs. Brooks was formorly
Miss Lillian Eaton of this city.
Tho ono-flfth off salo at Wilcox De
partment Storo ends Saturday night.
Mrs. II. S. Johnson was ablo to bo
romovod to her homo Saturday. She
has boon rccolvlng medical troatniont
at tho Osteopathic hospital for several
returned from Denver, Saturday
The Elite club met Tuoflday after
noon at the homo of Mrs. Harvey
MrB. C. J. Cornwoll and son Walter
returned Friday from a few days
visit In Denver.
MrB. Mnx Freiberg was a guest of
her daughter In Venango return
ing homo Saturday evening.
Mr. and Irs. Robert McMurray,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Asa Snyder and children
spont Sunday In Brady visiting rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Cauffman loft
Saturday to -visit Mrs. Cauffman's
paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Hamlor at Low
ollcn. Tho Lutheran North Side Sowing
Club mot Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. Eml Morchoid on west Twelfth
Mrs. W. B. Doty, who has been
visiting at tho Doty home, Is now mak
ing her homo with hor daughter, Mrs.
Hathaway In Grand Island.
Mrs. Androw Johnson Is expecting
her daughter, Mrs. William Adklns
and chllden of San Bernardino, Calif
ornia to arrive here tomorrow for a
Mr. and. Mrs. Wllllnm Hoyse, Jr.
returned to their home in Couucll
Bluffs, Sunday. They have been visit
ing at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Mrs. Frank Bretzor invited twelve
frlonds to hor homo last Wednosdny
to help eolebrate the twelfth birthday
of her son Walter. They had a good
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Lester
Wyman entertained at a six o'clocl
dlnnor nt her homo at 020 W. Ninth
street In liqnor of her mother, Mrs
Sara Rork, Twenty frlonds were pres
ent and a number of romembornnces
were bestowed on tho guest of honor.
Mrs. D. M. Tatum and Mrs. L. M
Trlostor entertained Friday nt a mis
cellaneous shower at tho Tatum home
In honor of Mrs. Thos. King. In the
evening the young folks woro ontor
tnlnod nt tho same plnco. Tho bride
received a great many pretty gifts
Mrs. Asa Snyder entertained over
fifty friends and neighbors to hel,
eolebrate hor husbands birthday Sat
urday evening. In a fow chosen words
Mrs. Snyder in behalf of those frlonds
pro3ontod hor husband with a flno
porch swing. Music nnd cards woro
tho ontortalnlng fenturo. Splendid re
froshmont3 woro served by tho hostess
assisted by Mcsdames Wymnn, Lnnnin
weeks with her sister.
Miss Mnblo Freeze and Miss Millie
Frcezo spent last week in Gothcn
burg visiting the lator's sister.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lloyd left Thurs
day of las.t weok for Iowa to visit
rolatlvcs for sovcral wcoks,
Asa Snyder children of North Platte
aro spending the week at the Ed Mc
An leb cream, Boctol was held at
Jess HIghborgor'S homo, Saturday ev
ening, A good tlmo washad by all, A
largo crowd attended.' .
Ex-Senator Mutz of Lincoln and J.
II. Edmisten gave a talk on tax-ro-
form at the school building Wednes
nesday evening. A largo crowd attend
ed and tho talk was a very Interesting
I havo Installed an up-to-dato pop
corn wagon on eadt Sixth strcot, next
to Horrod's grocery. I will keep up
the quality of croamery buttered pop
corn and cleanliness is my motto al-
-wnys. Tho public Is cordially Invited
to glvo mo a trial.
S7, 0, Brown, proprietor.
Order A Case
FOR THE HOME
Our special delivery will' see that you are supplied for
parties, picnics and outings.
A few bottles on Ice for tho wife, tho kiddles a treat
for tho guest.
Following flavors that are always good:
, Cherry-Blossoms, LemoniCrush, Orange-Crush
Grape-Plz, Hires Root Beer, Coca-Cola, White Horse Gin
Per case 24 bottles $1.50. Rebate on omptlos 50c.
White Ribbon Boer A real beer minus, tho kick. 24
bottles $3.35. Robato 90c. 4
Star Bottling & Mercantile Co.
LINCOLN" COUJiTY CENTER
M. E. Collins returned last week
from Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Tho fnrmors aro very busy in tho
cornflolds now, two rowing.
Mr. and Mrs. Jdhn Connor nnd dim
ghter and Karl Kammorer woro at
Flnjs Bponding n week with her folks
Mrs, Frank Moyor and children of
Brulo hnvo boon visiting her sister,
Mrs. L. W. Hoist.
Will Connor, Arch Hunter nnd Alec
Andorson witnessed tho ball game
in North Platte Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. "Will Collins loft Sat
urday morning by car to visit In
School Is out In district 44. Tho pu
pll8 onjoyod a picnic tho last day at
tho Experimental substation nnd nro
now rendy for a good vueauon.
Mrs, Joe Nelson, who undorweut
BorlouB operation several wooks ago at
tho Platto Valloy Hospital Is getting
along very nlcoly.
Tho 'Wollfloot road through Lincoln
County Center 1b qulto n popular
thoroughfnro, judging by the number
of tourists and fishing parties and
genoral trafflo passing over It, espo-
claly on Sunday.
WUtrod Kammoror of Los Angeles
I, rs. Henry Scbultz of Grand Island
! as Amelia Kammoror of Flats visit
t ovor Sunday with tholr sisters Mrs.
Jo u Connor. Mrs. Glen McKnln nnd
lUl's Julia Kammoror and tholr bro
tht v Karl Kammoror nnd then loft for
a sit with tholr mother nt Flats.
1. F. F. Club waB very plensaiiu.
ontortnlnod by Mrs. F. E. Kronqucst
Inst Thursday. Embroldory nnd social
conversation woro tho afternoon's
program after which tho hostess scrv
od n dainty lunch. Visitors present
woro Mrs. Mol Brown, Mrs. Byers,
Mrs. Croto Kronquost nnd Mrs, Moyor,
Lincoln County Contor was defeat
ed at Hershoy, Sunday by a score of
14 to 7 Tlr Horshoy toam hnl tho ml-
Club addrossod tho- Ognlalln Womena
Itorlum Ht tho Congrogational Cburch.
She talkoll on Amorlcanlzntion. t .
The Wilcox pdpartmont Storo; la
giving one-fifth off on nny artlolo1 In
their stock, ' I '
Paul Sohwalger returned Saturday
from his advertising trip for tho Am
erican Loglon Auto races to bo lipid
Word was received in the city ofi,oro the 4th of July. Ho mado' the
tho death of Miss Julia Baker of
Omaha Saturday. Death was due to
a paralytic stroke. She was a formci
rosldont of this city.
qat.in nnd Crepo summer sklrtr
and a big line of tho wnshablo kind
n salo nt the Loader Mercantile Co
Mrs. Emma Harlen returned to her
home In Green City, Mo. after visiting
for several weeks at the homo of her
Miss Josephine McMurray and the' daughter Mrs.NOharles Coghlll. She
was accompanied home by her daugh
ter Mrs. Coghlll.
Try our chop corn, just tho thing
for growing chicks, 2c per pound, or
$1.25 per sack, delivered Burko Cash
Grocery, C21 East Fourth street,
Mrs. George Frater, past president
for tho alxth district of tho Women's
Clubb nddrcssod the Ogalalla Women's
J. S. TWINEH, M. D.
Medicine and Surgery
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
Office Phone 1S3 Residence 283
trip to Grand Island, Hastings, Mc
Cook, Ft. Morgan and Sterling. Ho
left yesterday on another trip to Hol
MrB. C, J. Pass entertained last
ovenlng at a kitchen ishower In honor
of MIsb Loreta Murphy who will be
married t omorrow jiioouj- Brldgo
was played during the evening aftor
"which a delicious two course lunch
eon was Borved. Tho color scheme
was carried out In pink nnd white
nnd baske's of cut flowers were used
as center i eces. K
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Camping Time Is Here
You cannot resist the call of the outdoors. Touring, fishing and
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